Smith Memorial Student Union
Smith Memorial Student Union isÂ your couch on the ²ÊÆ±×¢²áËÍ58Ôª campus. Smith provides a place for the campus community to come together. It housesÂ a diverse selection ofÂ programs, services, ideas, and engagement that enrichÂ our social, cultural, and educational environment.
SMITH IS OPENÂ FOR FALL TERMÂ
We'll be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
PSU ID electronic access and ADA access now available at the Broadway entrance.
Access will be by PSU ID card only at the Broadway and Cramer side entrances and third-floor skybridges. Face coverings are required. All other University health guidelines are followed in Smith. Sorry -- we will be closed to the general public during fall term. Learn more below and in our .
Updates on Smith Hours, Events, Operations
MULTNOMAH COUNTY REMAINS INÂ (RETAIL RESTRICTIONS) AND SOMEÂ PSU CAMPUS FACILITIES WILL BE OPEN FOR FALL TERM WITH RESTRICTIONS.
BUILDING HOURSÂ (beginning Sept. 28, 2020)
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
University Market: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. M-F
Info Hub: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. M-Th
SMITH OPEN 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY: Smith Memorial Student Union is open for the PSU community only. Students, faculty and employees are welcome to come by for study space, University Market, Info Hub and other amenities. All ground-floor access is throughÂ the electronic control access doors on Broadway (ADA) and the north side of the building, between Smith and Cramer (ADA). Access control doors are also located on the third-floor skybridges (ADA) between Smith and Cramer and Fariborz Maseeh Hall with connections to Parking Structures 1 and 2.Â
EVENT REDUCTIONS:Â PSU continuesÂ to limit many on-campus activities, however,Â small groups from the PSU community (no outside groups or events at this time)Â that meet current public health and event guidelinesÂ -- face coverings, use ofÂ larger rooms, fewer available time slots -- can contact the Campus Events & Student Union staff for information on schedulingÂ meeting spaces. Events must abide by PSUâ€™s current rule of 25 or less at a gathering as Multnomah County remains in Phase 1.
FOR IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE ON CAMPUS: ²ÊÆ±×¢²áËÍ58Ôª CPSO at 503-725-5911 or by text at 503-730-0727. In event of medical emergency, call 911.Â
PSU FOOD PANTRY: The PSU Food Pantry isÂ Â and housed this term at the 5th Avenue Cinema, 510 SW Hall St.Â More information is on the appointment page and the food pantry's Instagram account.
DELIVERIES: Notify your delivery service that items addressed to Smith occupants should be taken to PSU Mail Services, University Services Building, 630 SW Mill, unless you plan to be in your Smith office during the delivery window.
EVENT SCHEDULING AND CLASSIFICATION CHANGES:Â Due to frequent requests, a PSU department or group now can partner with a non-PSU organization to help bring an event to campus. ²ÊÆ±×¢²áËÍ58Ôª the Campus Events & Student Union staff for more information. You can review the new classifications andÂ 2020-21Â meeting space rental rates.Â
LOCKER RENTALS:Â Locker renewal and new locker rentals will be possible soon. Until then, your current locker will not be emptied. Review information onÂ locker rentals.Â
CENTERS HOUSED IN SMITH WORKING REMOTELY: Most resource and cultural centers located in Smith are operating remotely. Centers that provide counseling, legal or support resources are still offering those services via website, call, text or appointment. We recommend you check the centers' websites or social media before dropping in. HELP IS AVAILABLE.Â
You can find University updates at PSU's response page pdx.edu/coronavirus-response.
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Please check back from time to time ... and stay safe.