The School of Public Health’s classes, administrative offices, and student resources are located across OHSU’s Marquam Hill Campus, the South Waterfront Campus, and the Portland State University Campus.
OHSU and PSU have Public Safety Offices dedicated to providing assistance in cases of emergency or when safety and security concerns arise. Both offices maintain central communications centers that are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students should enter emergency contact information for both Public Safety offices into their mobile phones, and should enroll for emergency alerts from both universities.
Emergency on Campus: (503) 494-4444
Non-emergency: (503) 494-7744
Campus Emergency: (503) 725-4404
Non-emergency: (503) 725-4407
Parking and Transportation
Parking at all campuses is limited. Students are strongly encouraged to use public transportation whenever possible; free intercampus transportation is available via
- Portland Streetcar (with OHSU or PSU ID)
- OHSU’s Marquam Hill Shuttle (with OHSU or PSU ID)
- OHSU Aerial Tram (with OHSU ID only)
In addition, transit passes for Trimet buses, MAX trains, and the C-Tran system are available to SPH graduate students at a substantially reduced rate through OHSU’s Office of Transportation and Parking.
Both OHSU and PSU have extensive resources to support commuting by bike, including free bike valet parking at the tram, bike racks and lockers on both campuses, bike sharing and repair services, and a cash incentive program through OHSU. Visit OHSU’s biking webpage and PSU’s Bike Hub for more information.
Service Center Locations:
- Marquam Hill Physical Plant
3310 SW US Veterans Hospital Road
- Rood Family Pavilion
3410 S. Bond Avenue
firstname.lastname@example.org; (503) 494-8283
Daily and hourly parking can be purchased at onsite pay stations or online via the OHSU Parking Portal. Additional parking information can be found here. Annual permits are by approval of compelling and/or emergent need only.
1812 SW 6th Avenue
PO Box 751
Portland, OR 97207
email@example.com; (503) 725-3442
Daily and hourly parking can be purchased at onsite pay stations or online via this website. Additional parking information, including term, residential, and overnight permits can be found online here.
Identification Badges and Cards
School of Public Health graduate students receive identification from both institutions.
OHSU Student ID Badge
An OHSU ID badge is required for entry to certain buildings and areas, including the Campus Services Building after hours, the SPH computer lab (CSB 620), and OHSU’s library. New students typically pick up their ID badges at OHSU’s New Student Orientation, provided all pre-entrance badging requirements are complete. A government-issued photo ID is required. New and replacement badges are available from OHSU’s Office of Transportation and Parking. A student badge request form and government-issued photo ID are required. The first identification badge is free; students are charged for replacements.
PSU Student ID Card
A PSU ID card permits access to PSU’s Millar Library, the Academic and Student Recreation Center (ASRC), the Portland Streetcar, and campus buildings locked to non-students before, during, or after hours. New and replacement badges are available from PSU ID Services. A government-issued photo ID is required. The first identification card is free; students are charged for replacements.