University of Oregon in Portland

70 NW Couch St. and 109 NW Naito Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97209

The University of Oregon has offered programs in Portland for more than 100 years. Continuing this tradition, the University of Oregon Portland—based in the historic White Stag Block—offers students and professionals advanced learning opportunities, professional graduate degree programs, and access to city and industry leaders. Students have access to support services, career counseling, branches of the UO Libraries and the Duck Store, and state-of-the-art maker-spaces.

Events, exhibits, lectures, and networking opportunities for students and community members take place in both the White Stag Block and the 109 NW Naito building.

College of Design

The College of Design at the University of Oregon Portland partners in multiple ways with the city and the metropolitan area through teaching, research creative work, and service activities. Portland is an extraordinary urban laboratory for the University of Oregon students and faculty members.

The School of Architecture and Environment offers master’s degrees in architecture and historic preservation. Students can earn a bachelor of fine arts (BFA) or a master of science in sports product design from the School of Art and Design.

Research centers include the Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory—with a climate chamber, mirrored-box artificial skies, heliodons, and wind tunnels—and Urbanism Next, which focuses on the secondary impact of new technology on city development.

Charles H. Lundquist College of Business

The Oregon Executive Master of Business Administration Program allows accomplished executives to hone their skills and reinvigorate their careers through interactions with peers, faculty members, and members of the UO’s business network. The sports product management degree program offers both full-time and online options to earn a master’s degree that prepares graduate students to learn the business of creating athletic and outdoor apparel, footwear, and equipment.

School of Journalism and Communication

The multimedia journalism and strategic communications graduate programs in Portland provide flexible schedules for working professionals. Students have access to the Oregon Reality Lab, a place to use emerging technology such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and 360-degree video. The Agora Journalism Center is the gathering place for innovation in communication and civic engagement.

School of Law

UO law school students can spend their third year studying in Portland. The School of Law’s Portland Program includes specialized courses, externships, and a bridge to practice. Students build relationships with Portland-area employers and practitioners through mentorships, innovative programming, and networking events.