Every Utah State University Eastern (previously College of Eastern Utah and Carbon College) alumnus and friend has the power to transform lives, simply by making a gift. Together, those gifts afford USU Eastern the power to transform the community, state, country, and world around us for good.
It is incredible to see our campus grow, increase scholarships and endowments, and expand our degree offerings. We open a world of opportunity for our students.
We are continually amazed at the generosity of our alumni, friends, and family. Thank you for embracing the power and responsibility to change lives for the better. Not only does your investment provide talented students with the scholarships they need to come to USU Eastern, but it also gives them the opportunity to discover futures that only a formal education can bring.
Students at USU Eastern are fortunate to enter a small classroom environment where professors know them by name. As students participate in this setting, they gain new confidence and form perspectives and relationships that help launch their careers. Our students volunteer through the SUN Center, compete in the Scenic West Athletic Conference, serve in student leadership, write for the university newspaper, intern with local businesses, compete in state and national events, and more. After a few semesters on the USU Eastern campus, our students are transformed with self-assurance and new abilities.
We are very proud of our hard-working students! We could not guide students through transformations without your help. Thank you for choosing to make a positive difference across our campus. Because of your example, a future generation is being taught the importance of hard work, giving back, and becoming a part of something bigger than themselves. Make a gift to Utah State University Eastern to support our students today and for generations to come.
Donors who have identified a student to receive a scholarship can submit payments to:
USU Eastern Scholarships
PO Box 35146
Seattle, WA 98124-5146
If a specific student has not been identified, please contact USU Advancement.