Utah State University Reviews
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.
The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University has been life changing for me. I started college a lot later than most people usually do. My senior year of high school, there was a point that I didn't think I was going to graduate. I struggled through the first few years of my college experience. Learning was hard and I was struggling with balancing school, work, and family life. My first semester as a business student changed all of that. I loved learning about business, it felt natural, all of the classes built upon one another, and I finally felt joy from school. I was able to have classes that gave me real world experiences and hands on projects. I have been able to take classes and learn about certain subjects that most people don't get to. I feel privileged to have gained the knowledge that I have and would recommend the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business to anybody with an interest or aptitude for business. The tuition at USU is also very reasonable especially considering the quality of education I have received.
This degree in Exercise Science has been an exciting ride. I have learned so much and I really feel like I have learned things in my classes to help prepare me for graduate school. Exercise Science as focused not on just the body, but how it works as well. Being able to know how the body moves and what type of exercises can be done to strengthen that area of the body.
The Elementary Education program at USU prepares you to teacher right after graduation. From the beginning of the classroom there are opportunities to be in the classroom, learning from the home room teacher, and assisting the students. The program teaches philosophies on teaching techniques and you will learn about human development. There are plenty of opportunities to network and build rapport with professors and teachers in the community.
Utah State University provided me the means for me to succeed in, not just in my career, but in life. They have great professors who support your growth in the class. The diversity of classes that you can enroll range from billiards to advanced inorganic chemistry to a myriad of graduate classes. The campus life is sublime, providing so many opportunities to interact with other students such as clubs to join, outdoor activities, recreational centers for a plethora of sports and work outs. The scenery is beautiful and fit in nicely with the new state of the art buildings. The location of USU is just at the mouth of the mountains so you can enjoy what nature as to offer in your backyard. But the best resource USU has is the large library, where most students eat, sleep, and study in. This wonderful library has a mountain of rooms and cubicles/tables for you to spread out and prepare for exams. They have, which seems like an infinite amount of computers to work on. If you don't have a personal laptop, you can rent one as well. I definitely recommend attending Utah State University because not only can you obtain a quality higher education, but you can have fun while doing so.
I had a wonderful experience obtaining a Bachelor's degree that I loved in Environmental Studies from Utah State University. The school is located in beautiful Cache Valley and has many outdoor adventures nearby including hiking, biking, skiing, boating, and fishing. However the location is just a bonus, the school is wonderful. The faculty was great and it is very affordable. I would highly recommend.
I loved my time at Utah State. It was an awesome environment. I felt like the college had lots of activities and programs to reach my potential. It was a safe and enjoyable learning environment. I was also satisfied with their extra services around mental, physical, and emotional health. The teachers in my program were knowledgeable and passionate about the subjects they were teaching. Overall I would recommend Utah State to anyone!
My overall experience at USU was fantastic! But, with that said I have a few MAJOR problems... the first, and biggest problem I have with the USU Accounting program is their upper division Accounting classes are taught by a man named Rhett Hunt. He's a CPA, and he really understands accounting... only he cannot teach the subject! He's hands down the worst undergraduate professor I had! So, why does USU keep him? I think it's because they are too cheap to hire a Ph.d. that can actually teach the subject.. So if you are thinking about going into accounting, go to another school. BYU down the road is the #1 accounting program in the nation, Weber State, and the University of Utah both have fantastic programs as well. But, KEEP AWAY FROM USU ACCOUNTING! I feel that I've got ripped-off in my 3000-4000 level classes taught by this man! I cannot, in good faith, recommend USU Accounting program. The economics program was fantastic, nothing I could say bad about it.
I love my experience at USU. It is greatly diversified, giving a huge variety of things to do, as well as ways to learn about other cultures. My academic journey has also progressed a lot, as I learn hands on and with a purpose. I am able to bring my education into the work world, setting me ahead in my future career.