Expansions and New Facilities


EXPANSIONS AND NEW
FACILITIES

NEUBERGER HALL

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Neuberger Hall is located at the heart of the PSU campus. The renovated Neuberger Hall will continue to house vital student services such as registration, financial aid, academic advising and career services. It will add classrooms and laboratories serving numerous arts and sciences programs, including the Fariborz Maseeh Department of Mathematics and Statistics and its computer laboratory and the Jordan Schnitzer museum of art. The $70 million project was designed by Hacker architects, construction will be completed in August 2019.

PSU-OHSU School of Health Building

PSU-OHSU SCHOOL OF HEALTH BUILDING

Portland’s three largest public colleges are teaming up with the City of Portland to build a new $100 million education and health center. The historic project will turn a parking lot at Southwest Fourth Ave. and Montgomery St. Into a new home for the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health, PSU’s Graduate School of Education, Portland Community College’s dental programs and a city bureau. The building is expected to open in September 2020.

Viking Pavilion

VIKING PAVILION AT THE PETER W. STOTT CENTER

The Viking Pavilion which opened in April 2018, is a transformative renovation of the Peter W. Stott Center and will be used as a multi-purpose venue for PSU and OHSU. The building is PSU’s centerpiece, where campus and community come together, with seating of up to 3,400 people for sports, events and academics. It will house an academic center, facilities for student advising, classrooms, upgraded student-athlete training rooms and much-needed space for students to gather and study.