Resource centers on campus


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Advising and Career Services
University Services Building, room 402
[email protected]

African American Support Services
Diversity and Multicultural Student Services
Smith Memorial Student Union, room 425

Disability Resource Center
SMSU, room 116
[email protected]

Diversity and Multicultural Student Services
SMSU, room 425

“Diversity and Multicultural Student Services’ mission is to build and strengthen a sustainable, educationally diverse and co-curricular environment where all students have the access and support they need to achieve their educational goals.

We will accomplish this mission by providing structured support services to student populations whose access, retention, academic success and graduation are most challenged by social historical factors and contemporary inequities. We will provide a student-centered inclusive environment that enriches the university experience and engages both families and the community.”

La Casa Latina

SMSU, room 229

Latino Student Services

Diversity and Multicultural Student Services
SMSU, room 425

Native American Student Services

Native American Student and Community Center
710 SW Jackson St.

Queer Resource Center
SMSU, room 458
[email protected]

“The Queer Resource Center provides students along the sexuality and gender spectrum with the support they need to persist to graduation. The Queer Resource Center’s vision is to facilitate a campus environment such that Portland State University is the higher education destination of choice for students, staff and faculty along the sexuality and gender spectrum.”

Resource Center for
Students with Children

SMSU, room 462
[email protected]

“Raising children is a joyful and rewarding experience. It can also be a demanding and challenging job, especially when you’re juggling multiple roles. The Resource Center for Students with Children offers integrated services that support students’ goals to be effective parents while succeeding in their academic pursuits. Through campus projects, community involvement and advocacy, we strive to increase available resources and opportunities that improve the quality of life for students with children.”

Student Health and Counseling Center
1880 SW Sixth Ave.

SHAC Testing Services
527 SW Hall St.
University Center Building, room 310

Student Legal Services
SMSU, room M343

TRIO/Student Support Services
SMSU, room 425

“The mission of TRIO-SSS is to increase the retention and graduation rates of eligible low-income, first-generation and disabled students, and to foster an institutional climate supportive of the success for those students through comprehensive services and advocacy.”

Veterans Resource Center
SMSU, room 401
[email protected]

“If you have served in uniform or are a dependent of someone who has, you may be unaware of the history of Portland State and its veteran population. While you may be choosing to pursue your higher education goals at Portland State University because of our high academic standards, our esteemed faculty or our proud reputation for innovation, it may surprise you to learn how rich and long PSU has been a school veterans have attended and will continue to attend.”

[email protected]

“All student veterans, active duty officers and dependents attending Portland State University can access the Department of Veterans Affairs through a full time VA counselor/coordinator. VetSuccess on Campus is a program through the Veterans Benefits Administration that places an experienced vocational counselor at a local college to provide assistance and support to veteran students and their eligible family members.  This counselor will serve as a ‘one-stop liaison’ for veterans on campus. PSU is one of only 20 campuses in the nation to have an on-campus counselor from the VA.”

Women’s Resource Center
Montgomery Hall basement
1802 SW 10th Ave.

Writing Center

Cramer Hall, room 188


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