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About UO Portland


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The University of Oregon has long been part of the fabric of Portland. And while home will always be Eugene, we hold Portland close to our hearts. From our professional graduate programs and innovative community-based research to alumni and community events, UO Portland brings the duck spirit, excellence, inclusiveness, and leadership to Bridgetown. 

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Working at UO Portland 

Resources and quick links for UO Portland faculty and staff. 

Faculty and Staff

Interested in working with us? We have a variety of options at UO Portland available, from instructors and program managers to police sergeants. Please see the UO Careers Page for the most current job listings. 

Work with us


Community Connection Oct. 2022

Events & Scheduling

Looking to schedule an event on campus? Browse available spaces and find the relevant forms, fees and other resources needed to host an event with UO Portland's Event Services. 

Schedule an Event

Need IT Help?

IT Requests: Current students, staff and faculty members can submit technology-related questions through IT request tickets.
Maintenance: For all facility and maintenance needs, submit a maintenance request form.
For other questions, email us at pdxinfo@uoregon.edu.
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Safety and Emergency Information

We want to make sure you know what to do and who to call in case of emergency. UO Portland offers SafeWalk, a security escort service for all staff and students. Plus where to evacuate during an emergency along with street safety tips. 

Safety Resources

Family-centered Resources

UO Portland strives to be a family-friendly community. Lactation rooms and baby changing tables are provided in both the White Stag and Naito Buildings. 
White Stag Block: Baby changing tables in every bathroom on all five floors. Lactation room on second floor. 
Naito Building: Baby changing table on first floor. Lactation on first floor. 

The Library 


Community members will be able to access the UO Portland Library located on the second floor of the Learning and Events Center. The space will include a community reading collection with popular fiction, non-fiction and children books available for checkout using the “Oregon Card” program. The library will primarily focus on research collections that support UO Portland academic program. 

Planning currently includes a family-friendly children's reading room, study spaces and service desk. 

Most of the former special collections were transferred to other institutions before the UO purchased the campus. However, the Berta and Elmer Hader artwork and collections, Hebrew Sefer Torah Scroll and Medieval deed and charter have become part of the UO Libraries Special Collections and University Archives

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