The USU Museum of Anthropology collects artifacts of all kinds - from prehistoric stone tools to Roman coins to Middle Eastern rugs - to preserve for the public an enduring record of cultural heritage from around the world.

The museum's collections feature a wide variety of ethnographic and archaeological artifacts that cross a variety of materials and mediums including photographs, ceramics, stone tools, textiles, wood worked masks, paintings, and much more. The museum's collection is available as a teaching resource for USU instructors to share with their students. Additionally, our archaeological comparative collection is available for use in the classroom. 


If you have questions about access to the Museum of Anthropology's collections please contact:

Molly Boeka Cannon

Molly Boeka Cannon

Professional Practice Assistant Professor | Director and Curator USU Museum of Anthropology and Spatial Data Collection, Analysis, and Visualization Lab

(435) 797-7545
Old Main Room 252A