Tour One of the Nation's Top College Locations
At Portland State, we move forward with bold resolve to affect positive change. We offer a different kind of opportunity, one where we build something meaningful together. Here, you’ll discover an urban learning environment unlike any other in Oregon.
Come see for yourself why Niche ranks Portland as one of the best college locations in the nation.
All Upcoming Tours and Information Sessions
Admitted Student Open House
An opportunity for admitted students and their families to discover all that Portland State University has to offer, including academic department representatives, admissions and financial aid information and a campus tour. Hosted on campus Friday and Saturday mornings March 15 - April 13, 2024.
Visit our campus, in the heart of Portland, to experience the energy of Oregon’s most innovative, affordable, and diverse urban public research university.
We offer Transfer Open Houses monthly at PSU and virtually and Transfer Workshops at local Community College in the fall and spring.
Honors College Tours
Tour PSU’s Honors College where you'll meet current students and learn about the urban-focused rigorous curriculum and Honors housing, and visit the Honors commons and classrooms.
Experience Portland State University from the comfort of your own home through our dynamic virtual tour.
We offer College of the Arts, Engineering, Honors College, and School of Business tours as well as Criminology & Criminal Justice , Politics and Global Affairs, and Social Work Virtual Information Sessions where you connect with department staff and/or faculty, visit classrooms, and learn more about your program.
Tour one of PSU’s apartment-style residence halls and learn about residential events, extra academic support, and leadership opportunities.
Sesión de información de admisión y recorrido
We offer Spanish Admissions Information Sessions. These sessions are for students and/or families who speak Spanish.
Group visits are designed exclusively for high school (9th-12th grade) students, teams, or community groups with 10 or more student participants.