QRC Campus Partners
Officers meet frequently with the QRC and have a strong working relationship to keep PSU a safe and inclusive place to live and learn.
Campus Rec's mission is to create an environment where quality recreation and wellness programs inspire, educate and empower individuals to be positive contributors to the Portland State and global community. Partnership with the QRC includes Splash Mob pool parties!
The Cultural Resource Centers' mission is to create a vibrant community for students through multicultural programming and services in an environment conducive to enhancing student success through collaborative cultural, educational and social experiences.
Services available to students with disabilities through the DRC help in the pursuit of students' academic goals. Portland State University is committed to the development of a proactive and responsive environment for all academically qualified students.
A combination of the Office of Diversity Advocacy and the Office of Equity and Compliance, Global Diversity and Inclusion offers support, information and advice to the Portland State community on how to work to make the PSU campus a welcoming place for everyone.
The International Student Life Team supports all international students through orientation programs, immigration and life advising, mentoring programs, scholarships, activities, events and presentations. The team works closely with the QRC and WRC on programming events and opportunities for international students.
Diversity and inclusion are two guiding elements each year in selecting the Orientation Team. Consider applying to become an Orientation Leader! Applications are typically due in late January.
SHAC offers HIV/AIDS counseling, STD/STI testing, and emotional and mental health counseling, as well as primary care and same-day appointments for urgent health issues.
SLS offers a wide array of legal services for all currently enrolled PSU students. They offer help with issues, including some that may be particularly beneficial to queer students. They can help with legal name changes, adoptions, employment law (discrimination, harassment, etc.), landlord-tenant rights and responsibilities, and much more!
WGSS is an interdisciplinary program designed to foster students' personal and intellectual development in the study of gender and sexuality within both local and global contexts; the intersectional analysis of race, gender, class, culture and disability; power, systems of privilege, and resistance; and the links between theoretical understandings of feminist/queer studies and community activism.
The WRC advocates for the best educational and campus experience for all members of the community. They accomplish this by advancing social justice, ensuring access to personal empowerment for all self-identified women, and by working toward a safe and healthy campus.