FUTURE AGGIES

Utah State University Uintah Basin

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Earning a college degree will change your life. A degree broadens your perspectives, helps you gain critical life skills, and serves as a gateway to a passionate career. As Utah’s land-grant institution, Utah State University makes getting started on your degree as convenient as possible, no matter where life takes you.

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INVEST IN YOU

COLLEGE GRADUATES HAVE ADVANTAGES

 

Better Career Opportunities

Better Access to Retirement & Health Care Plans

Higher Salaries

Healthier Lifestyles

Lowest Unemployment Rate

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COLLEGE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

ONLINE, LOCAL, OR RESIDENTIAL CAMPUS

There's nothing quite like reading a job description, realizing you were made for it, then further down reading "college-level education required".

USU brings higher education to you, no matter where you live or your circumstance.

You can attend one of our residential campuses in Logan or Price for a more traditional college experience and student life, or attend any of our Statewide Campuses throughout Utah, including right here in the Uintah Basin. Or, if you’re looking for a fully-online, at-your-convenience program, check out our award-winning online programs.

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COLLEGE CHECKLIST

Now is the best time to get ready for college. Make sure to do your best in school, explore careers you might be interested in, try different extracurricular activities, and become familiar with all the opportunities awaiting you at USU.

Meet with your high school counselor.

Counselors help you set goals and plan your high school courses to give you the skills and best possible advantage as you prepare for college. 

Take honors, AP, or concurrent enrollment classes.

These classes not only prepare you for more rigorous college courses, they also count toward your college credit load and are less expensive.

USU Concurrent Enrollment

Prepare for and take the official ACT/SAT college entrance exam.

Your test score determines your admission status and determines your scholarship qualification. Take the test as early and as often as possible.

Explore your options and tour campus.

Even though your intended major might be available at multiple colleges, it’s important to find the right fit for you and your educational and career goals.

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Know deadlines for admission, scholarship, and financial aid.

Missing deadlines can delay your admission and cost you money in lost scholarships and financial aid opportunities.

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Plan on how to pay for college.

There are multiple ways to pay for college. Don’t delay your preparation and miss out on opportunities.

Student Financial Support

For more information, contact:

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DEGREES & OPTIONS

Degrees for In-Demand Careers

The Uintah Basin campuses offer many degree options, each of which can be completed without leaving the Basin.

60+ Degrees Available

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TUITION & COSTS

USU Statewide Campuses Direct Costs

 

  Utah Resident Non-Resident
Tuition $7,387 $23,305
Fees $516 $516
Housing & Food    
TOTALS $7,903 $23,821

Ways to Save

Scholarships

USU awards academic, nonacademic, need-based, involvement, and departmental scholarships.

Admissions Scholarships

Uintah Basin Scholarships

Federal Aid

  • Grants: do not need to be repaid.
  • Loans: must be repaid with interest.
  • Work-Study: money earned while working and attending school that does not need to be repaid.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is free to file and required for all financial aid consideration.

Apply for FAFSA

Over Half a Million $ in Local Scholarships

Meet with a Financial Coach

We know that paying for college is more than tuition, course materials, and housing. At the Student Money Management Center, Financial Coaches provide free, one-on-one coaching sessions to USU students.

Make an appointment

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CAMPUS EXPERIENCE

Thanks to USU's statewide system, Carson was able to save money attending the Uintah Basin campus for his first year while preparing to attend the Logan campus as a sophomore. He was able to still enjoy the typical college experience including True Aggie Night, Watch Parties and other themed USUSA events while accessing the same USU student resources to ensure his success.

  • The Aggie Impact

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