Utah State University Campus

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Utah State University was founded as a land grant agricultural college in 1888 and has developed into a major research university, especially in agriculture, natural resources, and space dynamics. The campus is filled with historic buildings and attractive landscaping. The oldest building on campus is Old Main, on the western edge of the campus. Its tower with the “A” (for “Aggies”) on top is visible from most of Logan.

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Location

The main area of the campus is bound by 400 North to 700 North/200 East to 1200 East.

Our address

Address:
N 1200 E & E 700 N, Logan, UT 84321
GPS:
41.7443258, -111.8041714023
Telephone:
435.797.1000
Web:
http://www.usu.edu