Where to Go if You Need Assistance | University of Portland

Where to Go if You Need Assistance

Campus Ministry

The Office of Campus Ministry is at the spiritual heart of the University and is an important resource for our community. The office provides you with the opportunity to worship, serve the Catholic community, receive spiritual counseling, and explore questions of faith, all within the Roman Catholic tradition. Together with the CSCs and pastoral residents, Campus Ministry preserves and carries out the University's central goal — an education of both the heart and the mind, a hallmark of the Holy Cross model of education. If you would like to learn more or schedule an appointment, please call Campus Ministry at 503.943.7131.

Career Center - Major Exploration

Need help determining your interests and choosing a major? The Career Center can begin working with you as early as your first year to help you find a career or graduate school path that will help you achieve your professional goals. Moreover, we will still be available after you graduate - our services are offered free of charge to all alumni. The Career Center is located in the bottom floor of Orrico Hall and is open Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and evenings by appointment.

Clark Library

The Clark Library combines traditional resources with the latest information technology to serve students in their search for information and pursuit of knowledge. 503.943.7111.

Diversity and Multicultural Programs

Diversity and Multicultural Programs sponsor educational, cultural, or performing arts programs related to multicultural or diversity issues. St. Mary's Student Center, 503.943.7470.

Franz Center for Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation

The Franz Center for Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation is an award-winning organization that helps students develop entrepreneurial skills by fostering relationships between the University and the business community. Not limited to business majors, the program is designed for students from all campus disciplines. Students engage in classroom activity; meet with a variety of mentors including business owners, corporate executives, and entrepreneurs; and travel domestically and abroad to gain global perspective and ignite ideas for creative ventures. Among the Center's programs are the Entrepreneur Scholars (E-Scholars) program that helps undergraduates manage their own business ventures and the $100K Challenge Venture Competition that provides start-up funds for new businesses.

Health and Counseling Center

The Health and Counseling Center strives to maintain the health of heart, mind, and body. Health and counseling services are offered within a single center. Orrico Hall, 503.943.7134.

International Student Services (ISS)

International Student Services provides assistance and advocacy for international students with academic, personal, and practical matters. Christie Hall 022, 503.943.7367.