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The Academic Success Center (formerly Academic Resource Center) provides resources that enhance learning skills such as drop-in tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI).

The Admissions/Recruiting Office provides prospective students with admissions information and other general information about Utah State campus.

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

Career Services Ground Level, University Inn, Room 102

Career Services supports the career exploration and success of students and alumni over a lifetime.

Counseling and Psychological Services provides students assistance with mental health issues.

The Financial Aid office helps students finance their education through federal grant programs, work study, scholarships, and more.

The Registrar's Office assists with registration issues, receives payments for tuition and fees, maintains transcripts and other student records, processes graduation applications, and posts degrees.

Student Health Services provides a “doctor's office” for students and meets basic health care needs on campus.

Student Orientation & Transition Services is the home of “SOAR”. SOAR stands for Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration, and that is a good summary of what you will accomplish through the program. Even if you earned college credit or an associates degree while in high school, you will receive information necessary to enroll and succeed in the university setting. As an incoming first-year student, you are required to complete SOAR.

The Mission of the Access & Diversity Center is to promote inclusion, support student retention and academic success, enhance student’s educational experience, foster responsible citizenship, and develop diverse student leaders at Utah State University.

Campus Recreation provides a unique service to students on campus that no other department does—play, wellness and adventure! Visit our website for information on recreation facilities, wellness programs and outdoor trips.

The Center for Civic Engagement & Service-Learning looks to be developing engaged citizens through service and education.

The Disability Resource Center provides services to students, faculty, staff with disabilities.

The Office of Student Conduct provides all available resources through Utah State University and other agencies to assist each student; victim, accused, Student Code violators and others.

The Student Involvement & Leadership Center provides an opportunity for students to practice leadership and interpersonal skills by sponsoring events and activities.

The Office of Student Support Services provides services for first-generation and low-income students.

Exploratory Advising provides academic advisement information and services to students who have not yet decided on a major or who do not meet the academic requirements for admission directly into their academic college of choice.