Safety at Utah State

Aerial view of Old Main Hill on the Logan campus

Safety and Preparedness

Utah State takes the safety of our campus communities seriously. We recognize that threats exist both on and off campus and that creating safety is a shared responsibility of employees, students, and visitors.

USU Alerts

USU sends campus alerts when there is a significant emergency, an ongoing threat of certain crimes on campus, or a safety concern from weather or off-campus incidents. You can receive alerts by text, USU email, or in the Aggie Safe App.

Reporting

Utah State University takes all crime and safety concerns seriously. Let us know if you or someone you know needs assistance.

Safety Resources

Sexual Respect

USU is committed to providing an educational environment free of sexual violence and harassment. We provide resources for safety, counseling and victim advocacy. Victims of sexual misconduct are encouraged to report their experience to the USU Title IX office in order to receive support services and prevent future incidents from occurring.

USU Police

USU Police provides emergency services for dead batteries and lock-outs. They offer 24-hour dispatch and a personal escort on campus if you are feeling unsafe. Contact USU Police to report crimes or suspicious activity on the Logan campus.

COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has been ever-evolving, but Utah State has pivoted to protect our Aggies at every turn. USU follows local, state, and federal guidelines to keep our campus communities safe, from mitigation efforts, like mask requirements and vaccination clinics, to containment, through rapid testing and quarantine resources.

Aggie Safe

Aggie Safe is the official safety app for all USU campuses and connects you directly to Public Safety on the Logan campus. If you are on a statewide campus, USU Public Safety can relay information to your local emergency services dispatch. All university alerts for Logan are also sent through push notifications in the app.