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 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.
Moving to college to live on campus is a great decision. It connects you to your university, encourages involvement and helps support your academic success (not to mention being affordable and convenient!) But for many, this will be the first time living away from home. It’s a big step and it can be intimidating. We know you have a lot of questions and we’re here to help.
Georg Sperle, Graduate Student Ambassador
The sheer amount of info surrounding the application process can be overwhelming, to say the least. To help you sail smoothly through the process, we have set course to debunk some of the misconceptions about admissions and student life at Portland State. Let's drop some truth bombs.
National College Decision Day is coming up on May 1. Students all around the country will be making that big decision about where they will attend college! Choosing where you’ll go can be an overwhelming experience, so we gathered some tools and resources to help you make the decision that’s right for you.