International Student Housing
Portland State housing residents are as diverse as their experiences, with as many as 21% international students from countries all over the world.
Whether you are part of specific program, a visiting scholar, or a student studying abroad in the United States, our office will work to meet your needs.
Are you a Visiting Scholar or Visiting Faculty Member/Researcher? If so, we have housing options and time lines that will work with your specific program or assignment. Please click here for more information.
2013-2014 Contract Highlights
Although legally we are required to have all students sign the same contract written in English, we have translated the most pertinent items from our 2013-2014 Contract Highlights for your review. *These terms are subject to change, and are merely a guideline to support students and their families.
- Việt (Vietnamese)
- Español (Spanish)
- 日本の (Japanese)
- أ. اللغة العربية, العربي (Arabic)
- فارسی (Farsi)
- 한국인 (Korean)
- 中國人 (Chinese)
- ภาษาไทย (Thai)
The Global Village Community
Global Village is…
A community to provide residents living in Global Village with opportunities to live and student in an international community with students from diverse backgrounds by promoting cross-cultural dialogue. Students participating in Global Village will be living on the 9th floor of the Ondine building.
The community would be a place where the diverse populations of undergraduate students connect with each other, with the University and with others in the community.
The residents living in Global Village will build connection to the purpose of GV and the larger PSU community, explore their world view by understanding and integrating others views, and developing an awareness, understanding and experience within a global perspective.
Global Village Commitment…
- Have a passion for or interest in student/communities of diverse cultures, ethnic backgrounds and global perspectives.
- Developing and participating in educational and social opportunities for the multicultural community and others interested in multiculturalism and a global perspective.
- Design and form study groups and informal conversations.
- Want to enhance intercultural experiences.
- Preferences would be given to students who want to have an international/domestic roommate pending the student’s background.