USU Student Services
As a graduate student you are likely very involved with your Graduate Program Coordinator and your faculty advisor(s), but you may not be aware of some other important resources available to you as a student at Utah State. Below are some key places to find extra help on campus:
Academic Success Center: Specialists in the ASC provide programs, workshops, and tutoring for any student who feels they could use more support academically or who want to learn new ways to study or learn.
Career Services: Career services exists to help students explore potential careers, obtain employment and internships, and prepare for their careers.
Computer Labs & IT Service Desk: Several computer labs exist across campus and are accessible to students with their student ID card. These labs contain printers, scanners, and a variety of software. If you’re having problems with your computer or are having issues logging into any USU portals visit the IT service desk for help.
Disability Resource Center: The DRC works with faculty and staff to make sure students with disabilities can fully participate in University programs, services, and activities by helping them overcome barriers that might limit them academically, professionally, and personally.
Library Resources: The USU libraries provide access to print books, journals, ebooks, government publications, electronic journals, rare books, manuscripts, historical documents, and provide each college with a librarian specifically to help students with papers and projects.
Student Health & Wellness Resources:
Campus Rec: USU Campus Rec provides a wide variety of programs in a safe, inclusive, and accessible environment . These programs include: aquatics, club sports, fitness programs, intramurals, and outdoor programs at a variety of facilities across campus.
Sexual Assault & Anti-Violence Information: Provides safe, confidential counseling, advocacy, and information to anyone experiencing sexual violence, intimate-partner violence, or stalking. They will assist you in getting the help you need to report any such abuse or harassment.
Campus Police: The USUPD consists of 18 state certified police officers and they are here to help you whether you experience a robbery or simply locked yourself out of your car.
Student Health & Wellness Center: The health center provides regular checkups and urgent care, visits are free and any tests or procedures are discounted for all students. Visits to the wellness and Nutrition center can also provide personalized instruction on how to care for your health.
Student Nutrition Access Center: SNAC offers the following food items to USU students (with ID) for free: canned and boxed food, recovered bread, bagels, pastries, yogurt parfaits, hummus cups, donuts, and fresh veggies (during growing season). View their website for hours.
Location: Taggart Student Center Room 333
Counseling & Psychological Services: CAPS provides confidential mental health services to students on the Logan campus for free. A range of counseling services are available and take place in a friendly environment meant to help you achieve your personal, relational, and academic goals while here at USU.
Location: Taggart Student Center Room 306
Access & Diversity Center: The mission of the Access and Diversity Center is to create a supportive community to LGBTQA+, Multicultural, and Nontraditional students through programming that supports the academic, cultural, and social experiences of students from many different backgrounds.
Center for Civic Engagement & Service Learning: The center works to develop engaged citizens through service and civic engagement.
Student Involvement & Leadership Center: The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) provides opportunities for the student body to work with USU staff and other student leaders to host events, campaign for student-centric initiatives, and advocate for fellow students at USU.
Transportation: Transportation on campus and in Logan has become increasingly more accessible and sustainable. From the city busses, campus busses, Aggie Blue Bikes, Zimride, and orange Spin Bikes across campus there are plenty of ways to get around if you decide not to get a parking pass on campus.
Written by: Sarah Wardle