Bring your little ones to participate in the first Big…
Up to six (6) $2,500 scholarships are available to study…
Sept. 1, 2015 – May 7, 2016 Highlighting works from…
Jan. 23 – May 7, 2016 "A Matter of Taste"…
Walk A Mile is an opportunity for men and women to take a…
Tuition and Payment Overview
TouchNet a 24x7 service offered to students and their families for viewing bills, making payments and managing their student account.
Learn about important dates and deadlines for the current and upcoming semester. Find out when tuition is due to avoid having your classes dropped by the registration purge.
Several payment options are available. Learn about deferments and payment plans. Loans, Financial Aid, and Scholarship options are also explained.
It is strongly recommended that students complete all of their tuition and fee payments online. An option is available for students to authorize other individuals, such as parents or grandparents, to create their own login credentials to view and make payments on the student’s behalf.
When students pay their tuition and fees, they will have a choice to sign up for a payment plan. Different plans may be available, please choose the plan that reflects your registration location. The standard payment plan requires the student to pay a $50 setup fee with their balance split into four payments. The payment dates will be listed in the plan set-up information. If the student signs up for the TIP after the first payment is due, any missed payments will be required at that time. See the Payment Options page for more information.
If a student has not paid tuition and fees in full, the Registrar’s Office may cancel (or 'purge') the student’s registration for the upcoming semester, meaning the student will no longer have a seat reserved in the classes he or she has chosen. The determining factor as to whether or not a student’s registration will be 'purged' depends upon the balance owed. Class fees are included in the balance owed. See the General Catalog for more information.
NOTE: Students are responsible for dropping courses they are no longer attending.
They should not assume that they will be dropped by a purge.
View the USU General Catalog for information regarding Tuition, Fees, and Refunds.
Please note: all refunds will be applied to student balances first. Excess funds will then be paid to the student through direct deposit or check (depending on preferences established by the student).
The links below show the tuition and fee tables for the Logan and Regional Campuses for both undergraduate and graduate students:
Tuition and Fee Schedules:
- 2016-17 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2015-16 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2014-15 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2013-14 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2012-13 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2011-12 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2010-11 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2009-10 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2008-09 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2007-08 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2006-07 Tuition and Fee schedule
- 2005-06 Tuition and Fee schedule
Tuition and Cost Disclosure
Information showing the full cost of instruction for a full-time Logan campus undergraduate resident student, as well as the portion of that cost that is paid by state tax funds and the portion paid by tuition and fees, can be viewed here: