Utah State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (42)
I loved the Communicative Disorders Department. The professors were friendly, always willing to talk. Most of my professors knew me by name. The environment was open for discussion and diverse opinions. Communicative Disorders is an undergraduate degree to become a Speech-Language Pathologist, which is a Master's program. The Master's programs are extremely competitive. However, the Professors kept you focused on learning the material and preparing, rather then stressing you out with grades. They are experienced focused and it is an excellent experience.
Utah State University is a great institution. The campus and surrounding area are gorgeous and the people there are friendly. The faculty and staff truly care about the students and want them to succeed. The teaching at the University, at least in my program, was phenomenal. The teachers care about teaching, not just research. They will make any time you need to help tutor and advise you.
Utah State University was the best college experience of my life. The admittance process was absolutely wonderful the academic advisors were extremely helpful and committed to getting you placed in the correct programs and courses for your area of study.
I highly enjoyed my time at Utah State University. My professors were approachable and there were plenty of opportunities available to receive help if I was struggling. My program was interesting and I enjoyed the subject matter. While I did not end up in a career that "uses" my degree (although I am about to start an MBA program), I learned many valuable skills in dedication and hard work that have translated to every job I have had since graduation. I know these skills will help me be prepared for my graduate program and I know I will be successful because of my time at Utah State. The campus is beautiful, the atmosphere is vibrant and the student body energetic. I would recommend Utah State University to any student.
It was nice to have the flexibility of an online program with options to attend in-person classes through live feed but some of the curriculum was a little under whelming. I drove to a local college to take timed tests and interacted with other students through discussion forums. I enjoyed the course materials for the most part, but wished for more challenging material. Overall a great experience though.
Utah State University is a great school. Their Special Education Program is amazing. They provide many opportunities for practicum experience within the classroom setting. They use researched based programs for instruction as well as training on programs that can be utilized in the classroom setting. Many of USU's programs can be accessed through distance education which allowed for a convenient way to attend school while working. Highly recommend this University for post-secondary education and training in any field of study.
LAEP was a great experience. It challenges you to think deeper and how to solve world problems through design. The faculty there are wonderful and very helpful. They are willing to listen and work with you. It has been a very positive experience and helps me believe that a future in LA is a good way to go.
USU has an amazing online second bachelors degree for Communication Disorders and Deaf Education. While working full time I was able to go to school part-time and work at my own pace. As an out-of-state student, there are no out of state fees making it easier to pay out of pocket. All the teachers I have had been very helpful and quick to answer any question within a day or two. There are lectures, readings, homework and tests to help learn the material effectively and efficiently. I would highly recommend this program to anyone thinking about pursuing Speech Language Pathology.
Utah State was an excellent school to attend. The student body is pretty diverse and there are tons of activities to get to know all of the students. The teachers I had were awesome and taught me more than I could have imagined. You will receive tons of hands on and lab experience to help you succeed in your profession.
Utah State University's general education classes utilize their nationally ranked college of education to enable TA's and GA's to provide smaller class sizes in the form of evening study groups. Just because you're in a class of of 250 students doesn't mean you can't get 1 on 1.