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The Undergraduate Admissions/Recruiting Office is responsible for all recruitment efforts, including tours, and communication with prospective students and their families, and processing new student admission applications. New student scholarships like the Western Undergraduate Exchange and the Alumni Nonresident Legacy Waiver are also processed through Admissions.

The Financial Aid Office coordinates all scholarships, loans and Pell Grants.Staff includes financial aid specialists and  counselors, available by appointment.

The Registrar's Office builds course schedules each semester and assists faculty with entering and changing grades. The Office also processes graduation applications, transcript requests, and student payments.

Student Orientation and Transition Services assists students and their parents in the transition to college through New Student Orientation, University Connections, Aggie Passport, A-Team Peer Mentors, and Parent and Family Programs. It also assists students who defer their admission or take a leave of absence from the university by providing information and keeping in close contact with students and their parents while they are away.


The Student Health and Wellness Center offers basic health services and physical therapy by appointment, wellness education and workshops, nutrition programs, and confidential advocacy and counseling for sexual assault through SAAVI.

Counseling and Psychological Services provides confidential mental health services to students enrolled in 6 or more credits on the Logan campus. Services include consultation, workshops, groups, individual and couples counseling, as well as crisis/emergency interventions.

The mission of the Disability Resource Center (DRC) is to provide persons with disabilities equal access to University programs, services, and activities. This is accomplished by fostering an environment which supports the understanding and acceptance of persons with disabilities throughout the University community, and the provision of reasonable and appropriate accommodations. The DRC affirms the right of persons with disabilities to obtain access in a manner
promoting dignity and independence.

The Campus Recreation department maintains gyms, workout facilities, playing fields, and pools in addition to organizing club sports, intramural sports, races and exercise classes for students. The Outdoor Recreation Program rents gear to students and organizes field trips and other activities to get students outside.


The Academic Success Center is staffed by learning specialists who have developed programs and services to help USU students achieve academic success. The office offers workshops that cover time management, test anxiety, procrastination, and critical thinking. The ASC manages a drop-in math and statistics tutoring center and provides Tutor Advertiser where students can find a private tutor in any subject.

Students who are first generation college students, come from a low income background, or have a documented disability
can apply for Student Support Services, which provides extra moral and academic support for their tenure at USU. Student
Support Services teaches special sections of some math and psychology classes and can offer early registration and grant opportunities for students.

As a student or alumnus, you benefit from visiting early and often to:

Career Services supports the career exploration and employment goals of students and alumni over a lifetime. The dedicated staff supports students/alumni as they: explore academic majors and careers, obtain student employment, work study and internships, prepare for graduate school and testing, and succeed in their first career position.


Exploratory Advising is especially for students who haven’t declared a major yet. Academic advisors will help students choose classes each semester, decide how many credits they should take, and find the major that best suits their goals for the future.


A visit to the Student Involvement & Leadership Center will show students how to get involved and make the most of their time at USU through student government (USU Student Association), Greek life, school spirit, service opportunities, student media, and clubs & organizations.

The Access & Diversity Center promotes a vibrant student community at USU through programs, clubs, and events specially designed for LGBTQA, multicultural, and non-traditional students. The Access and Diversity Center makes sure that equality is a priority for all students at USU.

The Center for Community Engagement Office helps turn students into conservation leaders through its unique involvement programs: Aggie Blue Bikes, Education Outreach, Community Engaged Learning, Student Sustainability Office, Utah Conservation Corps and Val R. Christensen Service Center.


The The Office of Student Conduct is charged to help each student to achieve success in their academic, living and learning environment. Our office will provide all available resources through Utah State University and other agencies to assist each student; victim, accused, Student Code violators and others to fulfill our mission..

The Veterans Resource Office VRO) was created to assist USU student veterans in their transition between the military and civilian environment. The VRO serves as the central switch board for the veterans who need information or assistance, whether it is regarding their VA benefits, USU related topics, or civilian matters. The VRO is also a place where the veterans can network with each other.

The Business Services is a service unit that provides traditional business functions of budgeting, reconciling, data management and fiscal information support to all departments within Student Affairs.

The Utah State University Scholarship Office is dedicated to assisting students throughout their college careers by identifying resources to assist with educational expenses, coordination of funding from various resources and providing the highest quality of service.