PSU’s heart-of-downtown campus has reached a crossroads moment — and a bright future now being constructed from the ground up. Donor support has already helped open the doors of two state-of-the-art new campus buildings. Additional philanthropic investment is still critically important to fully equip these spaces — and to build exceptional new facilities to enhance teaching, learning and inquiry in the arts, sciences, education and public health.

A Campus Transformation for a Limitless Future

Karl Miller Center, a show-stopping space for the School of Business

Viking Pavilion at the Peter W. Stott Center, changing the game for Viking Athletics

A capital transformation for the Schools of Education and Public Health

Build a New Home for PSU’s Schools of Education and Public Health

Private contributions will help raise a stunning new facility at the edge of PSU’s downtown campus — with purpose-built spaces to train tomorrow’s teachers and public health professionals. The building will also house the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability and PCC's dental hygiene program, creating new opportunities for deep collaboration by PSU Students.

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Support a Renovated Science Building One

With private and public support, PSU can reimagine a dynamic, interactive hub for STEM departments including Biology, Chemistry, Environment Science & Management, Geography, Geology and Physics as well as STEM-oriented student support programs. Laboratories will enable hands-on learning and spark the rich multidisciplinary interactions that spur discovery.

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Build a New Home for Art + Design

PSU’s School of Art + Design is located at the heart of the city’s thriving arts corridor. With private and public support, PSU will envision a magnificent space to nurture the innovative work of future artists, designers, critics, curators and scholars — while extending Portland State’s impact as the most dynamic and accessible public arts institution in the region.

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Support Vikings Pavilion Enhancements

No physical location is more important to Viking Athletics than the Viking Pavilion. It is command central, meeting the day-to-day needs of players and serving as a high-tech coaching space, with amenities that benefit players and aid recruitment. Private support will furnish a 1,000-square-foot locker room and other enhancements within the Viking Pavilion at the Peter W. Stott Center.

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Support Karl Miller Center Enhancements

The contemporary design of the new Karl Miller Center by German firm Behnisch Architekten is a physical statement about the PSU School of Business’ ambition to connect more deeply with the global business community. Private support will help enhance state-of-the-art technology to enable rich global experiences for students, faculty and the regional and global business community.

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