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Don't wait! If you aren't sure where to go to college, start investigating now. Utah State is great for agriculture majors, animal science majors, art majors, and almost anything else you can think of. The students and professors are all willing to answer questions and make you feel at home. Make sure you get the best deals on everything, including housing and books. Check all possibilities before making a decision. Used books are cheaper than new books, and are usually in the same condition. There is no point in spending extra money when you could use it to buy Aggies Ice-Cream instead. Seriously, once you taste true Aggies Ice-Cream, you will want to attend Utah State immediately.» Read More
If you like to spend time in the great outdoors this school is for you! Everything from skiing to rock climbing and everything in between. This school excels in the following subjects; pre-med, anything agriculture, engineering, mathematics and landscape architecture. If you're interested in any of these subjects I strongly encourage you to come to USU.» Read More
Pick a direct career path and don't waste your time and money in college. If your general education requirements are done, and you still don't know what you want to do in school then take a year or two off and work. Do all kinds of work until you figure out what you want and don't want to do for a career. College is too expensive to waste your time, money, and energy if you're not really sure that your major will lead you to where you want to be in your career.» Read More