School of Graduate Studies

Academic Resources

You would be amazed at how much is available to make your academic experience as stress free as possible. You focus on studying, and we’ll take care of almost all the rest (and assist where we can with the studies, too).

Library

The Merrill-Cazier Library has been serving Utah State University and the community of Logan since its completion in September 2005. With a state of the art automated retrieval system, full scale printing, scanning, and copying services, and the distinction of being one of the only repositories of government documents in the state of Utah, the Merrill-Cazier Library has much to offer to students and their families.

  • Study rooms: The library boasts over 150 computer workstations, multiple group study rooms (fourteen of which are outfitted with computers and LCD displays), multimedia suites, and individual workstations on all floors. Book a room for your study group here.
  • ILLiad: ILLiad is an interlibrary loan system available to USU students and faculty. The university has joined with 30 other research libraries in the Central and Western United States to offer you one stop searching and requesting from a unified catalog. Most books will arrive within one week and have a 6-8 week loan period. Set up an account and get started by visiting this page.
  • Librarians: Our team of friendly librarians are here to help you find sources for your research, locate that book you can’t seem to pin down, and to teach other information literacy skills in order to promote academic success and lifelong learning. Use the directory of quick links below to get where you need to go.

Academic Resource Center

The Academic Resource Center exists to arm students, faculty, and their families with the tools needed to study effectively, learn efficiently, and achieve academically. Visit their website (http://www.usu.edu/arc/) to find test preparation material, schedule tutoring or individual instruction, or even help manage test anxiety. You can also drop by and visit – they’re located in the Taggart Student Center (TSC) room 305.