A New Way Forward for Visitors
A New Way Forward
Our campus is temporarily closed to visitors in accordance with guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority for higher education campuses. We look forward to seeing you on campus when we reopen. For now, join us for a virtual tour or information session.
Campus Closed to Public, But Outdoors Areas Open
Currently the general public may not access PSU buildings. Only authorized members of the campus community and authorized external parties affiliated with PSU may enter PSU facilities. But anyone is welcome outdoors on our campus, as long as they respect social distancing practices, wear masks and not enter buildings.
- If you are not a student or employee and need to connect with a PSU department, please contact them via phone, email or chat to conduct your business remotely.
- Any events held on campus are not open to the general public. PSU may impose additional restrictions and requirements.
- If you have an appointment with a PSU employee on campus, please contact them directly in advance of your visit to make access arrangements.
Portland State values its strong connections with the community and its neighbors in downtown Portland. We look forward to reopening our facilities to visitors once public health guidelines allow.
Take the self-guided toon tour
Come to campus for the PSU Toon Tour where you’ll find 25 life-size cartoon cutouts designed by local artist Mike Bennett. Each stop on this self-guided journey features a wooden cutout with significance to our university, city or region. Come to campus or take the self-guided tour virtually!
Take a virtual tour of campus
We're bringing our vibrant downtown campus to the comfort of your home. We offer guided tours of our urban campus, an overview of admissions, and you get to talk to current students about their experience at PSU. Or go at your own pace and take the virtual tour.
Learn how the Portland State University community is standing together against the global COVID-19 pandemic. Check out a dashboard that tracks cases of COVID-19 on campus and an archive of pandemic-related policies and communication.