Getting Here

white stag building in portland oregon



Getting to the Old Town Campus

University of Oregon Portland is located along the waterfront and Red and Blue Max line in the Old Town neighborhood.

Our programs are housed in the White Stag Block, or 109 NW Naito buildings. 
Buses and Trains
Bus, MAX (Metropolitan Area Express) light rail, and WES (Westside Express Service) commuter rail. 

Portland Streetcar

Bike Share and E-scooters
Portland’s Biketown program has 1,000 bikes at 100 stations across downtown and several neighborhoods. Several electric scooter companies, such as Lime, Skip and Bird, are seasonally available to rent. 


Street and SmartPark on NW Davis Street. 


Bicycles are allowed in the White Stag building. The bicycle entrance to the building is through the south door under the Burnside Bridge. This entrance is controlled by card key access. Bicycles can be carried down the stairs, or up and down the freight elevator to the bicycle storage area in the basement. Bicycles are not allowed on any floor other than the basement.

Bike Barn Storage Area—bicycles can be stored in the designated area in the basement. The Bike Barn is for daily use only. Bicycles deemed to be stored will be impounded. Storage is for working bicycles only. Parts, pieces, and non-functioning bicycles are not allowed.

Bike Racks—racks are also available on the Couch Street sidewalk.


Numerous rideshare companies operate in Portland, such as car2go, Lyft and Uber. 

Disclaimer: This list is provided for informational purposes only and does not serve as an endorsement by the university. Students are encouraged to exercise their own good judgment when evaluating transportation methods.

Fall trees on campus




Getting to Northeast Campus


Overview of spaces

Nestled in a historic northeast Portland neighborhood, the campus offers a community feel not far from urban amenities, like the downtown city center and the Portland International Airport.

With more than 20 buildings and nearly 400,000 square feet, the campus will have University of Oregon Portland academic, research and administrative programs, as well as student housing and eventually onsite dining and recreation opportunities. A lush canopy of trees, an outdoor amphitheater on the green, and plenty of pathways tie together each part of campus over walkable four blocks.   

Campus Map

NE campus map 04.2023
Northeast Campus Resource Guide
Have a question about working, studying or visiting the campus? This guide answers the nuts and bolts for 2023-24. 
2800 NE Liberty Street, Portland, OR. 


The campus is near stops on bus lines 17, 70, and 75. Routes 17 and 70 operate on 30-minute intervals from downtown Portland, and route 75 operates on 15-minute intervals from SE Portland. Beginning fall 2023, the existing construction detour for route 75 will end, and the route and stop adjacent to campus will be restored. Visit the TriMet website for updated schedules and to plan your rides.

There are several parking lots on campus. Details about parking for students, guests and employees will be available closer to the official move.


The campus is located in the Concordia Neighborhood, with a border between about NE 22nd Street to the west, NE 47th Street to the east, NE Columbia Boulevard to the north and NE Prescott/NE Alberta streets to the south. Visit the Concordia Neighborhood Association for more information.