Campus Map And Self-Guided Tour


2017-18 PSU Campus Map

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Academic and Student Recreation Center C7
Art Building and Annex G8
Blackstone Residence Hall C4
Branford Price Millar Library D4
Broadway Residence Hall F6
Campus Public Safety B6
Collaborative Life Sciences Building INSET
Community Recreation Field D3
Cramer Hall B5
East Hall E6
Engineering Building E9
Fifth Avenue Cinema E7
Fifth Avenue Lot C8
Fourth Avenue Building D9
George C. Hoffmann Hall C2
Harder House A4
Harrison Street Building C3
Helen Gordon Child Development Center A1
Joseph C. Blumel Residence Hall B2
Karl Miller Center C6
King Albert Residence Hall C2
Koinonia House B6
Lincoln Hall A5
Market Center Building A9
Montgomery Residence Hall C4
Native American Student and Community Center F5
Neuberger Hall D5
North Greenhouse C3
Ondine Residence Hall E7

Parking Structure One D6
Parking Structure Two B6
Parking Structure Three B1
Parkway Residence Hall A4
PSU Bookstore B7
Research Greenhouse F4
Saint Helens Residence Hall B2
School of Education D9
Science Building One A3
Science and Education Center G8
Science Research and Teaching Center B3
Shattuck Hall and Annex E5
Simon Benson House C4
Smith Memorial Student Union C5
South Greenhouse C3
Stephen Epler Residence Hall C2
Stratford Residence Hall A3
University Center Building D7
University Honors College A2
University Place Hotel and Conference Center G10
University Pointe E7
University Services Building B6
University Technology Services G8
Urban Center Building D7
Viking Pavilion at the Peter W. Stott Center D4
West Heating Plant E2

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Collaborative Life Science Building
2730 SW Moody Ave.

Center for Executive and Professional Education
1500 SW 1st Ave., Suite 1008


  1. Shattuck Hall
    In 1915, Shattuck Hall was built as an elementary school, and in 1969, it was acquired by Portland State University. Some of the renovations included converting a dance studio into a lecture hall (the dance floor is still located under the carpet) and utilizing a swimming pool located in the basement for book storage. The building now houses our professionally accredited Architecture Department as well as architecture labs and studio spaces.
  2. Neuberger Hall
    Neuberger Hall is currently under construction and set to open for use in August 2019. The new building will house the service windows for the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, Cashier, ID Services, and the Registrar. The new building will also add classrooms and laboratories serving numerous arts and sciences programs, the Fariborz Maseeh Department of Mathematics and Statistics, its computer laboratory and the Jordan Schnitzer museum of art.
  3. Smith Memorial Student Union
    Smith Memorial Student Union, the campus student union, is a four-story building with two basement levels. It was built in four separate phases between 1956 and 1963. The building houses Smith’s Kitchen, the ASPSU — Associated Students of Portland State University, 8 of PSU’s 10 cultural &
    resource centers, Student Activities and Leadership Programs and Diversity and Multicultural Student Services.
  4. Cramer Hall
    Cramer Hall was built in four sections. It houses many of the departments within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, such as Anthropology, Geology, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Economics and History. Both the PSU Writing Center and the University Studies departments are located on the first floor.
  5. Lincoln Hall
    The recently renovated Lincoln Hall used to be Lincoln High School, and was the first building to be used as classrooms on our current campus. PSU opened in 1946 as the Vanport Extension Center for Veterans returning from World War II. It was located in the neighborhood of Vanport, a site of vacant housing for shipyard workers, but the Columbia River flood of 1948 forced the center to move. Lincoln Hall was acquired for the university’s new home in 1952. The only items salvaged from the flood were a rock and some library books. Students placed he newly named Vanport Rock at the Park Block entrance. Lincoln Hall now holds the offices for the College of the Arts.
  6. Science Research and Teaching Center
    The Science Research and Teaching Center (SRTC) houses the Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, and Physics departments. There are special computer labs for the science departments, and a Chemical Consortium for student access. There is also a Vertebrae Biology Museum on the second floor.
  7. Hoffmann Hall and the Walk of the Heroines
    Hoffmann Hall was named in 1998 in honor of alumnus and former professor George C. Hoffmann. This building has the second largest lecture hall, which seats 400. The pathway leading up to Hoffmann Hall is called the Walk of Heroines, honoring women who have illuminated our lives through teaching, motherhood, art, science, volunteering and more.
  8. Viking Pavilion at the Peter W. Stott Center
    Viking Pavilion houses Portland State University’s Athletics Department and sports arena. The building opened in April 2018, and is used as a multi purpose venue for PSU and OHSU. The 3,400- seat regional event center is PSU’s centerpiece—where the campus and community come together for sports and events.
  9. Branford P. Millar Library
    The Millar Library is a part of PORTALS (Portland Area Library Systems) a library consortium, and is also a part of the interlibrary loan system. Students can search other university and college libraries around Oregon and borrow books that PSU may not have. The library houses computers for students to use, quiet floors, study rooms, and the Learning Center.
  10. Native American Student and Community Center
    The Native American Student and Community Center is the only one of its kind in the Portland metro region, which is home to 20,000 American Indians and Alaska Natives. It serves as a cultural home for native students, supporting their success and enhancing their academic studies.
  11. Art Building
    The Art Building houses the art department and consists of three levels above ground, a basement level below street level, attached parking, a retail building adjoins on the south side of the building.
  12. Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science, Fourth Avenue Building
    These buildings house the Graduate School of Education, the Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science and the Credence Integrated Circuit Design and Test Lab, the only one of its kind in the United States. The mission of this lab is to establish a local, regional and national focal point for innovative research and education in the area of integrated circuit design and testing.
  13. Karl Miller Center
    The Karl Miller Center, which houses PSU’s School of Business, has undergone an expansive remodel. The renovation and expansion of the space has increased the square footage by more than 180 percent. The new construction has added extra classrooms, study rooms, an event space, and a 5-story atrium. The redesigned classrooms encourage more usable space for student participation and group discussion.
  14. Urban Building, Urban Plaza, and PSU Bookstore
    The College of Urban and Public Affairs is nationally recognized for its research and programs and includes the departments of Political Science, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Public Health, Community Health, and Urban Studies & Planning. The Urban Plaza also features retail space occupied by the PSU Bookstore, Pizzacato, Rice Junkies, the Green Line Market, Ben and Jerry’s, and Starbucks.
  15. University Welcome Center, Academic and Student Recreation Center, Transportation and Parking, Bike Hub, Outdoor Program
    Located in the Academic and Student Recreation Center, the University Welcome Center is a place for all new students and guests visiting the campus to receive information about Portland State, it also houses the Undergraduate Admissions Office. The building is also home to Campus Recreation, Outdoor Programs, Transportation and Parking Services, and the Bike Hub.
  16. Housing at Portland State University
    PSU offers a variety of housing options to suit our diverse population of students. Historic Buildings: St. Helens, King Albert, Parkway, Montgomery Court and Blackstone. Modern: Blumel Hall, Stephen Epler Hall, Ondine and Broadway.
  17. Collaborative Life Science Building
    The Collaborative Life Science building is a joint venture between Portland State University, Oregon State University and Oregon Health & Science University. Opened in June 2014, CLSB houses Biology and Chemistry courses, research labs and faculty. PSU’s largest lecture hall is here, seating 500 students. You can get to this building by riding the Streetcar or walking east toward the waterfront from the main campus.