The Cost of Living in Logan

So you’ve heard back from all your graduate programs, and Utah State University accepted you. Congratulations! But now that you know where you can go, you have to decide where you want to go. Is Logan the place for you? Probably, and here’s why: besides being named the 2nd best college town in the country in Livability‘s 2014 top ten list, living in Logan will stretch your stipend farther. Simply put, when it comes to things like rent, transportation, groceries, and activities, Logan offers the best value for graduate students.

Below the National Average

As reported by Career Trends, the cost of living in Logan is 11 percent below the national average.

Cost of Living 89%

The monthly cost of living for a single adult with no children is $2,289 in Logan, which adds up to $27,472 annually.

Single person without children 96%

The monthly cost of living for a married couple with one child is $4,208 in Logan, or $50,490 annually.

Married couple with one child 89%

Necessities

Housing

20% below national average

Healthcare

14% below national average

Food

0% below national average

Childcare

22% below national average

Taxes

17% below national average