Visit Campus

A survey of Utah State graduate students found that 80% were impacted by a campus visit when deciding which college to attend. Knowing how crucial it is to become familiar with your potential environment, and to be able to meet your prospective advisors and mentors, we invite you to come meet us!

Come take a tour of Utah State’s campus, be introduced to student housing, enjoy the famous Aggie Ice Cream and learn from your intended department’s faculty.

If you are planning to visit Logan, please contact Anna McEntire at anna.mcentire@usu.edu or 435-797-7680. She will assist you in making all the necessary arrangements.

Want to learn more before visiting? Check out information about Utah State and living in Logan.

Weekend Visit

We also host an annual weekend visit where prospective students can get a feel for campus, explore departmental facilities, meet faculty and enjoy recreational activities.

Our next weekend visit will be February 21 – 23, 2019. This event is invitation-only. If you’re interested in participating, please contact your department’s Graduate Program Coordinator.

Campus Highlights

If you decide to visit campus on your own, be sure to check out the highlights and reference the campus map.

Taggart Student Center

The Taggart Student Center (TSC)

The TSC is often seen as a building only for undergraduates, specifically freshman. However, in the TSC you’ll find three dining options: the Hub, the Marketplace and the Skyroom. You’ll find a computer lab open until 1 a.m., Monday through Thursday. You’ll find a copy center where you can print off your posters for conferences, your CV, resume or any other important documents. You’ll find a Zion’s Bank, a Wells Fargo ATM, a post office, a barber shop, and the TSC is where most on campus clubs and organizations are located. By familiarizing yourself with this building, you’ll be kept up-to-date on all things Utah State.

Merrill Cazier Library

The Merrill-Cazier Library

The Merrill-Cazier Library will most likely become your home away from home. With computer labs, digital archives, special collections and the BARN, you may never want to leave. Merrill-Cazier Library holds more than 1,590,000 print documents. In addition to this, it subscribes to more than 200 online databases and has access to more than 44,000 electronic journals. When it comes time to write your thesis, this is where you’re going to want to be.

Aggie Recreation Center

The Aggie Recreation Center (ARC)

The ARC fulfills all of your workout dreams. This facility is exclusively for students. With three levels, there are treadmills, ellipticals, stair steppers, stationary bikes, weights, and so much more. There’s also plenty of court space for you to play basketball, volleyball, futsal, racquetball and so much more. Take advantage of this state-of-the-art facility and burn off your stress in healthy ways. You don’t even need to bring your student ID card. Just come with your A number and your handprint, and you’re ready to go.

Student Health and Wellness Center

The Student Health and Wellness Center

Located at 850 E. 1200 N. in Logan, the Health and Wellness Center is a vital resource for students. At the center, you can receive comprehensive medical exams and testing. You can receive immunizations and vaccinations, and you can discuss your health care needs. The Health and Wellness Center staff can help you navigate birth control, safe sexuality, substance abuse, nutrition needs, etc. All services are available to all students, regardless of insurance coverage.

Gender Neutral Bathrooms: Agricultural Sciences Building (room 145), Distance Education Building (room 102), Eccles Business Building (rooms 202C, 301, 401, 501, 601, 701 and 801), Eccles Science Learning Center (rooms 244 and 246), Engineering Building (room 111), Forage and Range Research Lab (rooms 1, 2 and 119D), Geology Building (room 109), Merril-Cazier Library (rooms 134, 231, 331 and 408), University Inn (room 119)