PSU

Portland State University

1825 SW Broadway, Portland, United States
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About Portland State University

Portland State University is a school located in Portland, OR, US with a total of 7684 courses available to enroll in.

Portland State University is a public research university located in the wonderful city of Portland, Oregon. U.S News and World Report has ranked Portland State in the top 10 most innovative colleges, recognizing their leadership in helping students find new ways to be successful. This innovation is also marked by their investment in affordability and access, and commitment to sustainability and academic expertise. This is evident in their programs in urban and public affairs, which are highly nationally ranked.

With over 200 degree programs, the 27,000 students enrolled at this university have plenty of options to further their studies and career. Some top majors include Psychology, Management, Health Studies, Biology, and Accounting. The most diverse public university in Oregon, students attend from all 50 U.S states and 98 international countries. Portland State University considers all of Portland their campus, with hundreds of community partners and a hot cultural scene to keep students learning outside of the classroom as well. Some top partners include Intel and OSHU. Alumni connections can also serve students well, with 110,000 of their over 175,000 alumni residing in the Portland metro area.

It is also considered the most affordable school in all of Oregon, with 72% of students receiving financial aid, at an average amount of $11,377. Over 77% of students are also from Oregon, indicating both a standard for inclusivity for their own state's students, and for those from around the world.

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