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Where do I go to find my lost flashdrive?

The Campus Public Safety Office (CPSO) no longer accepts lost and found items valued under $50 unless defined as Crucial Items. We do not accept nor tracked Data Storage Devices, such as flash drives, external hard drive, floppy or zip disk, memory card (of any type: CF, SD, SDXC, etc.)

All flashdrives that are found on campus go directly to The Office of Information Technology. OIT labs provide a basic lost and found service specifically for data storage devices. They will make a best-effort to identify the owner of the device and contact them via their PSU email to retrieve the device. Any data storage device not retrieved within 2 weeks will be securely erased and disposed of. To learn more about what OIT does with Data Storage Devices, go to:http://www.pdx.edu/oit/data-storage-device-lost-and-found.

Where do I go to find my lost clothing item?

Per the new Lost and Found Policy/Procedure, the Campus Public Safety Office is no longer holding items that are below $50.00 of value. Locations where items are frequently left, including the Student Recreation Center, the Stott Center, and the Library, among others, may decide to retain property pursuant to their individual practices and uses. This could include lost and found procedures designed for their unique uses, experiences and customer expectations. If you know where you left your lost item, retrace your steps and ask any offices or departments that are within that vicinity if your item was turned in there.

Where do I go to find my lost notebook or textbook?

Per the new Lost and Found Policy/Procedure, The Campus Public Safety Office is no longer holding items that are below $50.00 of value. Locations where items are frequently left, including the Student Recreation Center, the Stott Center, and the Library, among others, may decide to retain property pursuant to their individual practices and uses. This could include lost and found procedures designed for their unique uses, experiences and customer expectations. If you know where you left your lost item, retrace your steps and ask any offices or departments that are within that vicinity if your item was turned in there.