Get out of the dorm

Best places to study on and around campus

If you don’t want to spend your school year sitting on a lumpy bed, computer propped on your lap, trying to study as your roommates blast their horrible music, there are a plethora of other options—you just have to know about them! There’s nothing better than finding the study spot that’s perfect for you, so here are some suggestions.

Clubs Galore

College can be intimidating for new students, especially those unfamiliar with their community. Luckily, Portland State supports a wide variety of student-run groups that give students the opportunity to gather and socialize outside of the classroom. Joining a student group can be a great way to make friends, rally for a cause and participate in the PSU community.

A helping hand

Campus resources available to students

College is tough enough when you’re on your own. That’s why Portland State has resources to assist you throughout your journey. If it’s getting help with writing or academic advising, being exposed to the rich cultural diversity of PSU or getting help when times are tough, these people can help you when it counts most.

ASPSU for dummies

A newcomer’s guide to PSU student government Many students’ initial encounters with the Associated Students of Portland State University are at tabling events outside Smith Memorial Student Union, where they…