Resources for current undergraduate students, including contact information for our advising teams, scholarship details, involvement opportunitities, and other resources.
Schedule an appointment with your program's advisor, or contact them with your questions. Advisors assist with registration, making plans, removing holds, and answering general questions.
- Biology (BA, BS)
Phone : (435) 797-7906
Office: LSB 201
- Biology- Biology Emphasis
- Biology- Cellular/Molecular Emphasis
- Biology- Ecology/Evolution
Phone : (435) 797-0431
Office: BRN 101
- Public Health (BA, BS)
Phone: (435) 797-2566
Office: BNR 323
- Biochemistry (BS)
- Chemistry Teaching (BS)
- Chemistry (Minor, BS, BA)
- Physical Science (Composite Teaching) (BS)
Phone : (435) 797-0544
Office: MCL 140
- Earth Science Composite Teaching (BA, BS)
- General Studies (BS, BA)
- Geology (BS, BA)
- Interdisciplinary Studies (BS, BA)
Phone : (435) 797-2481
Office: ESLC 245H
- Computer Science Major (Last Name G-Z)
Phone : (435) 797-0527
Office: Old Main 423
- Computer Science Majors (Last Name A-F)
- Computer Science Minor
Phone : (435) 797-0527
Office: Old Main 421
Math/Stat Advising Office
- Mathematics (BA, BS)
- Mathematics Education (BA, BS)
- Mathematics/Statistics (Composite) (BA, BS)
- Mathematics/Statistics Education (Composite) (BA, BS)
- Statistics (BA, BS)
Phone : (435) 797-0268
Office: ANSC 117
Get involved in Science clubs and committees, or participate in events. You can improve campus, learn new skills, and help your peers excel as part of the Aggie Family.
College of Science Ambassadors represent the college on campus and across Utah, including at administrative, recruitment, and outreach events. Applications to join the ambassador team open annually in February or March. Students interested in applying are encouraged to contact current ambassadors for further information.
Science Student Council
The Science Student Council represents students in the College of Science as part of the USU Student Association and the College. Headed by the elected USUSA Science Senator the council plans the annual "College of Science Week" that takes place annually during November. Applications to join this council open in April.
College of Science students can get involved with a number of departmental clubs which focus on scientific competitions or events within specific fields of study. Alternatively, more-general clubs are open to students with broad interests through the Utah State University Student Association.
USU offers many ways to get involved with research during student's undergraduate years. Students are encouraged to contact their department's Undergraduate Research Coordinator, or to reach out to professors they are interested in working with. For information about potential funding options, visit http://rgs.usu.edu/urco/.
The USU Val R. Christensen Service Center helps students become actively involved with serving students and the community. Students are encouraged to give back through service with one of the 30+ organizations within the Service Center, including Aggie Health, Best Buddies USU, and Students Together Ending Poverty.
The Career Services Center at USU is a great resource for assisting with job searches. Their team offers USU students help with finding job openings, preparing for the application and interview processes, as well as other important assistance relating to job and graduate school preparation.
Looking for something else? Here's a list of other helpful links to the resources you may be searching for:
- Admissions Office
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- College of Science Undergraduate Research
- Degree Finder
- Graduate Research Office
- Housing Applications
- Physics Today: Career Issue
- School of Graduate Studies
- Science Writing Center
- Statewide Campuses
- Undergraduate Research Office
- USU Scholarships