The Center for Student Health & Counseling (SHAC)
White House COVID-19 College Challenge
In a continued effort to combat the pandemic, Portland State has joined with more than 800 universities across the nation in the White House COVID-19 Campus Vaccine Challenge — striving to vaccinate all students, faculty and staff by the beginning of fall term.
SHAC Acknowledgement & Accountability Statement
SHAC is committed to affirming and providing care for all of our students who have been directly or vicariously impacted by trauma and discrimination.
For the full statement visit the SHAC Acknowledgement & Accountability Statement.
Think SHAC first!
At the Center for Student Health & Counseling, we’re committed to helping students succeed inside and out of the classroom. From managing stress to general wellness, we focus on the overall well-being of Portland State’s student body. At SHAC you can find high quality, accessible mental health, physical health and dental services - all under one roof! We are committed to creating and maintaining an environment where all people of diverse backgrounds and identities can expect to be valued and treated with respect and dignity.
SHAC has created a comprehensive webpage to help the PSU community navigate COVID-19. The COVID-19 Resource page has a wide variety of mental health resources and information covering topics such as: managing stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, surviving/resisting hate and more.
Inform SHAC of COVID-19 positive test results or diagnosis to help PSU initiate centralized university level responses to protect our community. Please report if you've been to PSU within the past two weeks.
If you think you've been exposed to COVID-19, don't complete this form. Call SHAC at 503.725.2800.
It’s tempting to read the news, but that can often lead to unnecessary anxiety. SHAC recommends you pick a reputable site and use that as your source of information. To learn more about the Coronavirus, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website or the Oregon Health Authority website.
THE WINTER WAIVER PERIOD IS CLOSED
If you missed the Winter waiver deadline (1/16/22) and have not previously filed a Missed Waiver Appeal during your academic career at PSU, you may be eligible to submit a one-time appeal.
Visit the Missed Waiver Appeal page to access the appeal form and review additional criteria.
The Winter term deadline to submit a Missed Waiver Appeal is February 4th at 12 PM PST. Appeals will not be accepted after this date.
You do not need to do a Winter waiver if you have an approved waiver from Fall term ’21.