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Campus Life

USU is the oldest residential campus in Utah offering a variety of year-round activities and countless ways to connect with other members of the university community.

Student housing community

Living On Campus

There is no better way to experience all USU offers than by making it your home. Living on the USU campus offers an exceptional range of facilities, services, residence halls, and dining locations.

Students climbing in Logan canyon

Stay Healthy

When it comes to recreation and well-being, USU has it all. Several fitness facilities cater to a range of interests and students have access to the free health clinic and wellness center. Logan and the surrounding area, including ski resorts, lakes, rivers, and mountains, make USU one of the finest recreational environments in the nation.

Art museum building

Arts and Culture

USU seeks to make arts and culture more visible, more innovative, and more fully integrated into the intellectual and cultural life of the university and the community it serves.

Student training at the rope course

Get Involved

USU students can find many opportunities to connect academic study with public service. With more than 200 student clubs and organizations, there are multiple ways for students to become involved.

Student walking on campus

Campus Safety

USU works hard to keep the campus safe for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The university is one of the safest campuses in the country, and the USU Police are dedicated to providing information, instruction, and resources for dealing with a variety of safety issues.

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Campus Services

USU provides both the everyday necessities and the vital services students need to make their college experiences as smooth as possible.

Events Calendar

draw | breath | animal

Recent and new collaborative works in drawing, printmaking, photography, and video by Angela Bartra...

Lunch & Learn: Intro to Tai Chi

Tai Chi has often be referred to as “meditation in motion”. Tai Chi is a series of slow, intentiona...

Adversity to Advocacy

Come and talk to the Co-chair of the education Committee board in Utah and attorney. Geidy Achecar

Know Before You Go: Avalanche Awareness Presentation

Know Before You Go is a free avalanche awareness program. Not much science, no warnings to stay out...

The Foyer: LGBTQ Mormon History and Theology

Zoom Webinar Event
No other issue is as publicly prominent or as vexing for contemporary Mormon...

WIBA Holiday Happy Hour

We will be having hot chocolate and cookies from COCOA CAMPER while mingling with some regional suc...

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