Utah State Off-Campus Housing Guide When to search
If you’re a student of Utah State and you’re looking to get out of the dorms in the fall semester, you’ll want to begin your search for a home after you get back from spring break. Those looking to live alone have a few weeks more than those looking to round up some friends and live in a larger home, because townhouses and stand-alone homes go more quickly than one bedroom and studio apartments. Either way, try to get a lease signed before the end of the semester!
Rent In Logan
One of the best things about living off-campus at UNI is how affordable it is. If you're willing to put up with a few roommates, you can find fantastic housing for less than $400 per month and even as cheap as $225 per month. No matter what, if you start looking in October, you'll find something great and avoid breaking the bank.
Here's a breakdown of average rents per person, per bedroom:
Life in Logan, UT Where to Have Fun
Things to Do
Utah State University students definitely like to be active in their downtime, whether participating in sports, intramurals, or hiking around the canyon. They’re avid supporters of their sports’ teams and love to get involved in groups and clubs on campus that offer plenty other entertainment, like dances and socials for the students. When the snow comes, students partake in skiing and snowboarding as well. There’s never a lack for things to do on or around campus.
- Hiking up Logan Canyon
- Country swing dancing on a Wednesday night
- Rock climbing the nearby rock face.
- Camp in the mountains for a weekend
Students at Utah State have access to a ton of interesting, quirky eateries, including a lot of great dessert places – there’s a spot in town that offers a sinkful of ice cream at your request. The nightlife closest to campus consists of a collection of all kinds of bars that definitely know their audience, judging from the great drink specials they have going on just about any given night. You won’t want to miss any of these top-rated spots below!
1. Quad-Side Cafe
2. Bull's Head Grill
3. Angie's Restaurant
4. Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread
5. Aggie Ice Cream
1. The White owl
2. Eagle’s Lodge
3. The Beehive Grill
5. Sultan’s Tavern
There’s no shortage of places to check out for the Utah State student looking to get back in touch with nature. Logan’s Canyon offers hiking and rock climbing, as well as skiing and snowboarding in the winter. Wind Caves Hike also has some great hiking trails, and Crimson Trail features some less intensive walking trails. For a longer, more difficult hike, students like to head out to White Pine Lake.