Shepard Academic Resource Center
Director: Brenda Greiner
Website:Shepard Academic Resource Center
Phone: (503) 943-7895
The Shepard Academic Resource Center is for all students - a "one-stop" place to come for support, counsel, and assistance. It's located on the first floor of the Buckley Center.
Director: Fr. Jim Gallagher, CSC
Website: Campus Ministry
Phone: (503) 943-7131
Campus Ministry supports the University's mission to educate the whole person by providing counseling on ethical, spiritual, and personal issues. There are offices in St. Mary's Student Center, the Chapel of Christ the Teacher, and in the Pilot House. Pastoral residents live in the residence halls and are available to talk with both students and parents about the challenges of college life.
Health and Counseling Center
Director: Margaret Trout
Website: University Health Center
Phone: (503) 943-7134
The University Health and Counseling Center, located in Orrico Hall, includes a modern health facility that provides acute care, immunizations, physicals, and referrals; counseling programs for emotional, spiritual, substance abuse, and learning issues; and workshops for students on health, well being, and fitness.
Community Against ViolenceCAV Chair: Alex Hermanny and Hannah Hoeflich
Website: Community Against Violence
Phone: (503) 943-8125
The University of Portland fosters a community free from all forms of violence, specifically: stalking, dating violence, and sexual assault. We are committed to preventing these acts of violence and supporting anyone impacted by them. Learn more about campus and community resources, reporting options, and our prevention strategy - Green Dot.
Learning Assistance Program
Contact: Br. Thomas Giumenta, CSC
Website:Learning Assistance Program
Phone: (503) 943-8716
The Learning Assistance Program, found on the main floor of Franz Hall, is available to students of all academic backgrounds and standings, and offers one-on-one assistance with time management, study habits, test taking, and other key academic skills.
Accessible Education ServicesContact: Melanie Gangle
Website: Accessible Education Services
Phone: (503) 943-7134
Accessible Education Services is a vital resource for University students with disabilities and their families. The office establishes accommodation plans, administers tests, provides counseling services and works with faculty and staff to make sure that all students' needs are met during their time at the University.
Office of Residence LifeDirector: Christopher Haug
Website: Housing & Residence Life
Phone: (503) 943-7205
Residence life provides counseling for roommate issues, and manages the residence assistants and hall directors who act as guides and mentors for students living in residence halls.