Known as "The City of Roses," Portland is home to over 275 public parks and gardens. When it comes to hiking, Portland’s got it made. From scenic trails to stunning views, there’s no shortage of ways to take it all in. PSU Outdoor programs offers a lot of activities to it's students at an affordable price.
Students with an F-1 or J-1 visa can look through various topics on immigration here for answers to your frequently asked questions. We understand that immigration regulations are very detailed and can become complicated, so please contact an immigration advisor with any questions.
One of the first things new students ask for are part time campus jobs and internhsip opportunities. PSU offers a lot of on campus jobs which are posted regularly on Handshake website. Make sure you have an updated profile here. It is also a good place to look for internships opportunities portland. We advice to keep your profile updated on the Handshake website as recruiters also use this portlal to reach out to potential candidates.
The International Student Life Team plans events and workshops each term to help you be successful, meet friends, and have fun! Be sure to check their calendar regularly for up-to-date events and workshops. Watch your email for their newsletters, where you can see more information about upcoming events and details for how you can sign up. (Tip: The outdoor trip events are cheap and thus fills up very fast. So register quickly!)
Long story short, you can get free food stuff here! There is no limit on how many times you can visit the pantry. The PSU Food Pantry is a resource for currently enrolled students to acquire food items on a regular basis in a welcoming, inclusive, dignified environment. Please make sure to take your PSU Student ID.