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Campus Resources

University of Portland has various resources for underrepresented students to find support, build community, and to help them thrive on The Bluff

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UP Connections

Peer-mentorship program designed to support Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (QTBIPOC), first generation, mixed raced, and historically underrepresented first-year students adjust to their first year in college.

Learn more about UP Connections

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First Generation College Students

First Generation (FGEN) students are defined by the University of Portland as those students where neither parent or guardian has earned a four-year college degree. Our First Generation community serves as a resource for all FGEN students and families. Throughout the year we host student programs, workshops, events and more!

Learn more about FGEN

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Student Clubs & Organizations

Offering about 100 students clubs, this is a great way to find your community on campus! Find others who have shared identities and learn how to support your fellow Pilots.

Learn more about Student Clubs & Organizations

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Diversity & Inclusion programs

Diversity & Inclusion Programs (DIP) engage and educate students and the University of Portland community on issues, topics, and events related to diversity and inclusion. DIP's programs, events, and speakers celebrate and enrich the educational experience for all students and help to create a welcoming campus for all.

Learn more about Diversity & Inclusion Programs


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