In this post, we will be providing answers to commonly asked questions about transferring to PSU during the time of change caused by COVID-19.
We sometimes find that students don’t fill out the FAFSA because they think they’re not eligible, won’t get any financial aid, that it’s too complicated, or that it only impacts federal aid. We’ve busted these myths and more. Filling out the FAFSA has many benefits. Fill it out now so you don’t risk missing out free money or low-interest student loans!
Congratulations on your acceptance to Portland State University. This is an amazing place to earn your degree!
As a parent of a college student, I know firsthand that affordability is important to our students and families. Ondine, home to University Success and Victor's Dining Hall, is one of our most affordable options on campus. First year students live on their own floors of the building in units with private bathrooms. Most first year students have a roommate, but students may designate a preference for a single room when signing up.
It probably comes as no surprise that Financial Aid was the most popular topic for admitted students. We’ve answered all 79 of the questions we received during the Admitted Student Webinar on April 15. If you have more questions, take some time to peruse the Financial Aid website or contact the Office of Financial Aid.
If you are a high school senior, we know you are facing unprecedented challenges as a result of COVID-19. We know that many of you are concerned because your school has been closed, classes modified, exams canceled, or grading structures changed, in addition to what would normally be an exciting time turned into something difficult. Portland State University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions is open and committed to providing guidance for concerned students and families regarding their status with Portland State.
Welcome aboard new Vikings! In this post, we will answer your burning questions about New Student Orientation.
We know you have a lot of questions around the coronavirus. We are here to help. This remains a challenging time for all of us and we appreciate the spirit with which the PSU community has continued to adapt. We will continue to monitor guidance from public health officials and the governor’s office.
Life as a college student is unlike anything else. Besides the growth you will experience academically, you will get to know the paths you want to explore for the rest of your life. The best way to find these paths is to get involved with your university. Here are the most recent questions we’ve received around student life at Portland State University.