Conference Venue

Venue - Eccles Conference Center

Front view of Eccles Conference Center Eccles Conference Center Auditorium

Eccles Conference Center
Logan, Utah - USA

Travel Information

Logan, Utah is located approximately 80 miles northeast of Salt Lake City. The average driving time from Salt Lake City to Logan is 1 hour 30 minutes.

Participants should schedule flights to arrive at the Salt Lake City International Airport. For more information regarding air travel, please visit

Transportation from Salt Lake City International Airport

Salt Lake Express
48-hour reservation is requested. Additional fees may apply for pick-up and drop-off times between 11:30 pm and 6:30 am. Seats are not guaranteed until full payment has been made.

Ground Transportation (Rental Cars - SLC)
Advantage (801) 521-1761
Alamo (801) 575-2211
Avis (801) 575-2847
Budget (801) 575-2500
Dollar (801) 575-2580
Enterprise Rent-A-Car (801) 537-7433
Fox Rent A Car
Shuttle bus provided to service site near the airport
(855) 849-4209
Hertz (801) 575-2683
National (801) 575-2277
Thrifty (801) 265-6677

Ground Transportation Desks: (801) 575-2477

Local Transportation

Taxi service in Logan is limited; the use of rental cars or the Cache Valley Transit District is recommended.

Cache Valley Transit District
Free bus service throughout Logan and Cache Valley
Bus Information: (435) 752-2877
Schedules and Maps:

Cache Cab
(435) 232-7900

Green Valley Cab
(435) 890-5136

Logan Taxi
(435) 753-3663

Maps & Directions

Easily Accessible - an 80 minute drive north from the Salt Lake International Airport and then through the beautiful Cache National Forest and Wellsville Canyon that takes you right into Logan.

Those flying in will want to use the Salt Lake City International Airport, where there is a wonderful shuttle to Logan and also rental cars available at the airport.

Driving Directions & Maps (including from the airport)

Driving to USU Campus from Various Directions
Driving to Campus from Airport Directions and Parking
USU Campus Map

About Utah State University
Since its founding in 1888, Utah State University has evolved from a small-town college tucked away in the Northern Utah mountains to a thriving research university respected around the world. Students can choose from an array of academic and social opportunities at a university known throughout the world for its intellectual and technological leadership.

The setting. USU is just minutes from two mountain ranges and within a half-day's drive of six national parks, including Yellowstone and Arches. It provides big-school opportunities with a small-school feel, and all for a great value.

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