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Utah State University, Logan

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  • It seems that many people LOVE Utah State's scenic campus. I guess it gives you a view of the mountains. But it's certainly not a breath takingly scenic campus. Sure, they have trees and flowers. They...  more »
  • USU is a very good place for conference. Their space component is very interesting and the space dynamic laboratory has many interesting to present. Conference held at USU are very well organized with...  more »
  • The setting and scenery in and around Utah State University is one of the most beautiful you will see at a college in America. Definitely check out the historic Old Main building, and the surrounding ...  more »
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  • Love USU! The campus is beautiful and the sporting events are a blast. Best school in Utah. Go Aggies!
  • I am currently a sophomore at Utah State and have been more then happy with the school. I have seen a few bad reviews on here and all the complaints sound like immature children who aren't responsible enough to be adults. Every staff member I've dealt with is kind and knowledgeable. I have had wonderful help with my academic skills from the Student Support Services. I changed majors a lot and struggled for a while but was helped the whole way. Not only that but my wife and I have been able to pay cash up front for me to finish and almost payed off all her student loans. When I graduate I will be debt free and able to earn a very decent living for my family. I once thought about transferring to another school and told one of my professors. He got almost all his associates in the program to convince me to stay and show that I was wanted and my success there mattered. With all these good things going it hasn't been perfect. I do think too much money is spent on the sports programs... but what University isn't that way. None would be financially stable without sports investors... which is society's problem not the university's. So I feel that any of these drastic complaints come from people who just haven't grown up enough to take responsibility for their actions. Utah State is a Grade A University that has always been highly influential in U.S. History. Take the time to give it the chance it deserves. And you won't have to go into a crap-load of debt to do so if you are smart.!
  • Nice people in a safe town. No complaints come to mind after spending three years here. Good education for the most part and didn't seem overpriced.
  • Spent over $30,000 dollars at this university. They then kept my transcript hostage and did not allow me to enter any computer labs over 25 dollars. Just know that no matter the amount you give this organization, it really does not buy you any leeway. They will give you so much trouble over the smallest amount. I felt like I was hung upside down and shaken to see if I could give them their last dime. Shame.
  • While a university is never perfect. I could see that Utah State kept trying to improve and bring new and great facilities for the students. Overall my experience here was great.