Find what you need to plan out your degree program. Current students can find planning sheets, important dates and deadlines, project information, building resources, tuition, and funding and internship resources right here.
Dates and Deadlines
|Current Academic Calendar||Find important dates and holidays for the current semester. Registrar's Office|
|Future Academic Calendars||Follow the Registrar's Office link above and scroll to the bottom of the page. Then click the Academic Calendar link for the semester you're looking for.|
|Registration and Drop Deadlines||Follow the Registrar's Office link above and scroll to the bottom of the page. Then click the Registration Calendar link for the semester you're looking for. Registration and drop dates can be found near the bottom of that page, under the header REGISTRATION.|
Incoming ITLS students are required to take an online 1 credit orientation course your first semester in the program. During the orientation, you will learn about the program, student resources, and Canvas. You will have the opportunity to get to know other students in your cohort, as well as ITLS faculty and staff.
For international students, there is an additional USU orientation coordinated through the Office of International Students Services (OISS).
Get hands-on experience and prepare for your career! After two or more semesters in your program, you’ll likely be ready to intern as an instructional technologist or learning scientist. Intuit has offered great internships for past students.
The Instructional Technology Student Association is free and all are welcome to participate! All ITLS students are automatically members. ITSA's mission is to create positive atmosphere wherein professional excellence and moral principles coexist. ITSA creates a great opportunity to network with fellow students, faculty, alumni, and potential employers.
Keep up-to-date on job postings and news. We encourage all students to join and stay connected.
The USU Esports Club exists to give our gamers on campus a home to be and enjoy video games in both a casual and competitive environment. Esports is an emerging industry, and we hope to champion Utah State's support of the medium through competition and community.
Utah State University’s Department of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences is a proud supporter of USU Esports through its provision of technology, gaming machines, scholarly expertise in gaming, and games-related academic curriculum customized for the needs and interests of both esports athletes and casual gamers.
Tuition & Funding
Keep updated on current tuition rates, how to get funding for graduate student travel, scholarships, and links to financial aid.
We have rooms available to reserve, as well as a computer lab for all ITLS students and instructors. Check out available rooms, the ITLS Design Lab, the computer lab, and reserve a room online.