Location
Logan, UT
Undergrads
15,469
Tuition (in-state)
$16,200 ($5,940)
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
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Reviews 2214 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: As far as dining goes I would rather live somewhere with a few more options especially for late nights. There are only a handful of options after ten o' clock at night most of which are just fast food such as mcdonalds and taco bell. Although, more restaurants are being added every year there seems to be a lack of food options around campus.

4 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: The girls here are great. They're pretty and they smell very nice. There are people from a very large range of backgrounds. It is interesting to see how many different hobbies different girls and guys have at this school and there classes and activities to cater to many of them and it is a great way to meet people who like the things you do.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: There is a great interactive atmosphere and many traditions that make this school the best. For theatre to sports everyone is very supportive of all school events. For example, not only students and faculty but the entire town comes out to support the basketball team and it is something that gives us pride and confidence in each other.

4 College Sophomore

Majors: I am very happy with my program and I would do it all over again if I had to. At this point I don't really have any concerns about getting into medical school and finding a career in my field because I know that the school has provided me with all the tools necessary to be successful.

4 College Sophomore

Majors: I would say that the most import advise I could give someone for getting into the program is consistency. Schools don't neccesarily base all admissions solely upon GPA, but If you can consistently get decent grades while being involved and volunteering you will do well.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I've lived in off campus housing for two semesters now and I have really been impressed with the price and the quality. I have also never had to worry about parking.

4 College Sophomore

Parking: Parking is reasonable on campus if you have an idea of how to do it. Living somewhere near campus is by far the best way to secure parking spots, but if you live far away there is always the option of buying a permit and parking at the stadium. It is a fairly good option because the parking passes aren't too expensive and there are buses all day long that carry students from the stadium to the student center.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Strictness: Our school does very well at managing the drug and alcohol usage on and around campus. Also, I believe it to be one of the safest college towns in the nation. Campus strictness keeps students in line and out of trouble. It helps people focus more on education and finding wholesome recreational activities that doesn't compromise their safety or the wellbeing of others.

3 College Sophomore

Weather: The weather is fine for me. I grew up close to campus and am used to the cold winter's. It slightly affects the campus experience during a few months in the winter causing less students to participate in events because of the inconvenience of going outside in the frigid weather. In my opinion the school does well at hosting events appropriate events indoors that get students involved.

4 College Sophomore

Computers: The computer labs are great. I have never had a problem getting into a lab. However, I feel like the wireless network could use some work. Fortunately the school has been preparing to upgrade to a new network and so hopefully all problems will be solved. Otherwise, I have been very satisfied with the school's technical resources.

4 College Junior

Campus Strictness: If you respect police officers they will usually cut you a break or reduce your charges. If you are disrespectful, they will prosecute you to the full extent of the law. They will help you if you need it.

3 College Junior

Drug Safety: There is at least one serious case of alcohol poisoning per year, but otherwise not very noticeable. Frat parties often have alcohol and are shut down by police soon afterwards. Drugs are only noticeable in the dorms where people who smoke stink up the halls or their rooms. Mostly the freshman who want to experiment. Guys usually get busted for drugs, girls get busted for alcohol. Not nearly as big of a problem as I made it sound.

4 College Junior

Facilities: There are a lot of clubs on campus as well as intramural sports. Lots of things to do, beautiful campus, campus events, club events, dances, end of year bashes, etc.

3 College Junior

Guys & Girls: The majority of the people are really nice if you attempt to get to know them, but you have to put forth the effort yourself. Don't assume that they will make the first move, it just won't happen. It's not like places where you walk past someone on the street and say hello. You have to say hello first and then they most likely will say high. Everyone is pretty shy until you get to know them.

4 College Junior

Athletics: During varsity sports, the fan base is by far the best during football games. Basketball games are pretty good too. For other sports the fan base is not as prevalent. The fans that go to the sporting events are very supportive of our team and very abusive to the other team. It is really funny actually. You'll see what I mean when you attend the games. It is really fun.

3 College Junior

Parking: I usually buy a parking pass for the year which runs about $80 but you can find cheaper parking passes. A lot of people buy parking passes for the stadium and ride the Aggie Shuttle up to campus (which is free). Not sure about the cost of parking by the University Inn or in the Parking Terraces.

4 College Junior

Weather: There are things to do whether it is sunny, raining, or snowing. If it is a nice day, go play sports, climb the mountain, or relax on the quad. If it is rainy, head into the field house or HPER building to shoot some hoops, play some indoor soccer, run on the track, or do some lifting. If it is snowing, head up to our local ski resort (Beaver Mountain) or shred on Old Main hill. No matter what the weather, there is always something to do.

4 College Junior

Computers: There are many computer labs on campus, 4 of which I know to have software such as SAS on them. It can get crowded if you don't know where to go. The basement of the library is usually available as not as many people know it's there and it is a quiet zone. You can print from anywhere on campus from any computer lab. Not too expensive. Reliability is great on campus computers. Wireless on personal computers can be a little moody.

5 College Junior

Majors: Please refer to last paragraph for this review as well. I would have pasted it here but it will not allow me to do so.

College Junior

Majors: I have not yet been involved with an internship.

5 College Junior

Academics: In the college of mathematics and statistics, expect a heavy but rewarding workload. You will have to subject about 2-4 hours a weak for math and 8+ hours a week on stats. Especially as assignments get longer and more in depth. The statistics portion is definitely more applicable as you will learn statistical theory, analysis techniques, statistical analysis software such as SAS and R, and many other things. As you get further in the math side however, everything becomes more theoretical rather than applicable. We have very good instructors on both the math and stat side, but math professors tend to be of asian decent so understanding can be challenging for some people. I didn't have much of a problem so it isn't that difficult to understand their accents. Faculty is very helpful to its students. Highly recommended.

3 College Junior

Nightlife: Nightlife isn't as great as many other colleges. Aside from frat parties, off campus house parties are usually within close nit groups. Bars such as the Owl usually are quite full in the billards area. Mulligans is pretty desolate. There are a lot of things to do if you have money, otherwise there are a few parks. During the day, however, there are turf soccer/baseball fields, basketball courts, tracks, and other things to do. The Cache Cab is our local taxi.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Cost is about the same as living on campus. Availability is a little lower than one would desire, but not impossible to get a place. Stores within walking distance for the most part (within a mile or two). School is about a half mile away give or take. Parking is plentiful. Safety is great.

5 College Junior

Health & Safety: There is full access to statistics on the specified safety topics on the USU Police website. Also there are emergency beacons stationed around campus, patrolling officers, lit walkways, and more. If you need an escort to and from a location, USU police will assist you. Most doors lock automatically after a certain time and require card access to get in. Very safe campus.

5 College Freshman

Athletics: USU has a great fan support mostly at football and basket ball games. The school spirit is very good. Our sports teams aren't the best but the school still loves them and is very involved at the games.

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