If you are a Financial Aid recipient, send your Federal Student Aid report to the community college you have indicated for co-admission.
See what day your classes will begin.
This session will introduce you to the PSU basics and academic advising. You will also register for your first term courses at this event.
If you are new to the co-admission community college partner, you will receive a separate communication from the CC with necessary enrollment information.
The state of Oregon requires proof of Measles vaccination or valid exemption for all enrolled students.
Your admission letter will include a user ID and password which you will use to create your PSU student account.
Once we have processed your request to add co-admission to your PSU student status you will receive a confirmation email.
If admitted, your acceptance letter and important enrollment information will be sent via email.
In order to be eligible for Federal Financial Aid you must complete the FAFSA and have Student Aid report sent to each institution indicated for co-admission.
Scholarships are awarded in advance for students beginning in Fall term. The deadline is Feb. 1 preceding your Fall term start date.
If an institution I attended offers to send an English translation of my transcript instead of a transcript in the original language, will Portland State consider it an official document for admissions purposes? »
I have completed some college credits but I want to start a completely different program of study and won't be transferring any credits. Am I required to submit college transcripts as part of my application for admission to Portland State? »
The institution I attended issues only one original transcript or degree certificate. Should I submit that to Portland State when applying for admission? »
go to faqs
Heather Burns, Educational Leadership & Policy faculty, authored "Transformative Sustainability Pedagogy: Learning from Ecological Systems and Indigenous Wisdom," published in the Journal of Transformative Education, Advance Online Publication. »
Anita Bright, Curriculum and Instruction faculty, authored "Privilege in a Police Car: The Story of My Unresolved Ride-along," published in The Qualitative Report, Vol. 20, Issue 5: pp. 541-556. »
Christine Cress, Educational Leadership and Policy faculty, co-authored Community Partner Guide to Campus Collaborations: Strategies for Becoming a Co-educator in Civic Engagement, published by Stylus. This is her third book on service learning. »
go to news
go to events
go to profiles