Established in 1888, USU has an enrollment of 27,800 and is a leader in such diverse fields as agriculture, sustainability, and technology. It ranks fourth in the nation for total research dollars received by a college and was named a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. The scenic campus is best toured by starting at the historic Old Main administation building east of downown Logan—look for the bell tower.
Museum of Anthropology. More than 13,000 visitors each year view the collection of prehistoric and contemporary Native American artifacts and cultural works from around the world on display here. Exhibits are designed by students with faculty guidance as part of the anthropology program at USU. USU Old Main Bldg., 730 Old Main Hill, Room 252, 84322. 435/797–7545. anthromuseum.usu.edu.
Free. Weekdays 10–5, 1st Sat. 10–2.
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art. USU's Chase Fine Arts Center includes this impressive art museum. Revolving exhibits of works by locally, nationally, and internationally recognized artists are featured in the galleries with an emphasis on artists living and/or working in the western United States. 650 N. 1100 E, 84322. 435/797–0163. www.artmuseum.usu.edu. Free. Tues.–Sat. 10–5.