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  • Surrounded by mountains, fed by the Willamette and Columbia Rivers

  • Nestled in the heart of the Pacific Northwest,

  • Portland State University is a nationally recognized urban university

  • Our location in Portland truely puts you in the middle of it all.

  • Home to forward-thinking

  • people who cherish the city

  • for its culture and surrounding natural beauty

  • and livability

  • Portland is in the heart

  • of the Pacific Northwest.

  • The university's urban setting and many community partnerships act as a

  • living laboratory that will provide you with diverse opportunities that allow you to

  • live, learn and lead. Welcome to Portland State University, the city is our campus!

  • The main lobby of Neuberger Hall houses the help windows and offices of Financial Aid

  • Cashier, I.D. Cards,

  • Office of Admissions, Registration and Records, and Transcripts.

  • There are computers along the wall where students can access their records online.

  • The Office of Orientation & Campus Visits can also be found on the main floor.

  • The other floors of Neuberger Hall house the departments of

  • English, World Languages and Literature, Communication, Conflict Resolution,

  • Math, Philosophy, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Black Studies and Women’s Studies.

  • There are Instructional Computer labs on the 4th floor, as well as math labs,

  • art labs, and Communication computer labs.

  • There is also a computer lab located in the basement available for all students.

  • Next is the Smith Memorial Student Union,

  • which is the campus student union, named after Michael Smith

  • Michael Smith was part of a 4 man team that won a popular TV show called

  • the GE College Bowl. For the first time, PSU was in the national spotlight

  • for academics.

  • 2 years later Smith passed away of cystic fibrosis and the building was

  • named in his honor.

  • Smith Memorial Student Union, the campus student union,

  • is a four-story building with two basement levels.

  • It was built in four separate phases between 1956 and

  • 1963.

  • The building houses Viking Food Court,

  • ASPSU -

  • which is the Associated Students of Portland State University,

  • Multicultural Center and La Casa Latina,

  • over 100 student organizations in Student Activities and Leadership Programs,

  • ASPSU Childcare,

  • and our student run, Food for Thought Café,

  • which serves organic coffee and specializes in vegetarian, vegan and

  • locally produced foods.

  • We are now at Cramer Hall which was named after the first PSU President.

  • Built in 1956 Cramer Hall was the first building constructed

  • by PSU and not acquired.

  • Cramer Hall was built in four sections and houses the departments of Anthropology,

  • Geology, Geography,

  • Psychology, Sociology,

  • Economics, and History.

  • It also houses the Writing Center, Presidents offices, and University

  • Studies program, which is PSU’s Nationally recognized General Education

  • program.

  • University Studies provides students with integrated, connected learning

  • experiences

  • that lay the foundation for lifelong intellectual development.

  • Extending through all four years, the program teaches you how to think

  • critically,

  • communicate effectively, and gain a broad awareness of the human experience

  • to instill a deep sense of responsibility to yourself,

  • your peers and your community.

  • Inside of Cramer is PSU Recycles! Program.

  • The main goals of the program are to reduce the total amount of waste

  • generated on campus and to reuse and recycle as much as possible from our

  • waste stream.

  • Also, PSU Recycles coordinates an office supply exchange program

  • for faculty, staff

  • and student groups.

  • We are now in Licoln Hall.

  • Recently renovated Lincoln Hall used to be Lincoln High School and was the first

  • building to be used on our current campus.

  • PSU started in 1946

  • Vanport Extension Center for GI’s returning from WWII in the

  • in the neighborhood of Vanport,

  • site of vacant housing for shipyard workers.

  • The Columbia River flood

  • in 1948

  • forced the center to move.

  • Lincoln Hall was acquired in 1952.

  • Some of the only things salvaged from the flood were a rock and some library books.

  • Students put the newly named Vanport Rock at the park block entrance to Lincoln

  • Hall

  • to show that they wouldn’t be moved again.

  • The School of Fine and Performing Arts is located within Lincoln hall

  • along with classrooms designed with the arts in mind.

  • An auditorium exists on the basement level,

  • seats 200, and is mostly used for concerts.

  • A much larger auditorium on the first floor -- the Lincoln Performance Hall -- seats

  • 476 on a steeper grade, has full curtains and lighting, and

  • features both concerts and theater productions.

  • A much smaller space known as the Studio Theater is used for more intimate,

  • experimental student productions and rehearsals.

  • This 98 year old building is in the process of attaining

  • Gold LEED Certification after receiving a renovation

  • that included a new roof and electrical, plumbing,

  • heating and cooling system retrofits have improved energy efficiency in the

  • building.

  • Twelve blocks along SW Park Ave. were donated to the city in

  • 1852.

  • The South Park blocks, once the center of a high-class residential district,

  • and preserved by the city for 100 years, has become the central

  • core of campus.

  • Further north on the Park Blocks from PSU are the Portland Art Museum,

  • the Pacific Northwest College of Art and Film Study Center,

  • Portland Performing Arts Center,

  • major churches, and the Oregon Historical Society.

  • Elms along the park blocks are some of the last of their kind.

  • Others have died from Dutch Elm disease.

  • Oursare vaccinated each year.

  • In front of the Smith Memorial Student Union on the Park Blocks there is a stage which

  • holds different events throughout the year.

  • One such event is Noon Tunes,

  • which are lunchtime concerts, weather permitting.

  • From May-November, the Portland FarmersMarket is also in the park blocks on

  • Saturday.

  • The Millar Library is named after the 2nd president of PSU,

  • Branford P. Millar.

  • The front half of the library is an $11 million addition built

  • around the Copper Beech tree in front.

  • The original plan for the addition was to cut down the tree, the only one of its

  • kind in the region, and build in its space.

  • A student group and some professors decided that the tree should not be destroyed so

  • they protested to save the tree.

  • They were successful and the architecture for the edition was changed to go around the

  • tree.

  • The Millar Library is a part of PORTALS,

  • Portland Area Library Systems,

  • which is a library consortium, and is also a part of the Interlibrary loan

  • system.

  • Students can go to other university and college libraries around Oregon and

  • and borrow books that PSU may not have, and request for them to be sent to the Millar

  • library.

  • There are also computer labs on the first and second floors with Mac’s

  • and PC’s, as well as rooms that are available for student check-out for study groups.

  • The library is open throughout the academic year.

  • We hope you enjoyed this Tour

  • There is so much more at see.

  • Please continue exploring PSU by going on our website.

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