- Utah State University
Utah State University
Utah State University is a Carnegie doctoral, higher research activity institution and Utah's land and space-grant university. Founded in 1888, USU was the first public residential campus in Utah. During the fall 2017 semester, main campus enrollment was over 28,000, including 16,272 undergraduates and 1,650 graduates. Off-campus locations, including four regional campuses, distance delivery sites across the state and USU Eastern (a comprehensive regional college with locations in Price and Blanding) enrolled a combined total of 10,200 graduate and undergraduate students.