Resource Centers The Cultural Resource Centers Learn about our resources for Latinx students. La Casa Latina Student Center View the ways our center has been supporting students of color for 25+ years. Multicultural Student Center Check out how weâ€™re centering the experiences of our Native American, Alaskan Native, and Pacific Islander students. Native American Student Center See how the Pacific Islander, Asian, and Asian American Student Center students navigate campus successfully. PIAAA Student Center Explore how weâ€™re providing culturally-specific support to our Pan-African student population. Pan-African Commons Learn how we're creating resources to specifically address the needs of our Middle Eastern, North African, South Asian student population. MENASA Initiative Previous Next Native American Student and Community Center Native American Student and Community Center A Home Away From Home We are a gathering space that celebrates and empowers students through culturally relevant programming, academic support, and intergenerational community engagement to sustain Indigenous knowledge. Learn more about the NASCC Student Groups At The NASCC Build Community NASCC is home to four student groups:The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)Healing FeathersPacific Islanders Club (PIC)United Indigenous Students in Higher Education (UISHE) NASCC Student Groups Reserve The NASCC A Place For Gathering The NASCC is available to rent and features a large gathering room, standard classroom, two conference rooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a computer lab, a fireplace lounge, a rooftop garden, and more.Ìý Reserve the NASCC Previous Hero Slide Next Hero Slide Disability Resource CenterThe mission of the Disability Resource Center is to make university life accessible to students with disabilities. We identify, evaluate, and reduce or eliminate barriers to student access and equity. We foster community and create opportunities to promote disability culture.We focus on building partnerships and infrastructure that incorporate the principles of universal design, social sustainability, and disability justice. We find creative solutions by proactively collaborating with students, faculty, and staff to develop an accessible and inclusive environment.Ìý Learn More About the DRC about this content Queer Resource CenterThe Queer Resource Center provides students along the sexuality and gender spectrum with the support they need to persist to graduation. We build conscious coalitions among sexuality and gender related organizations within Ãå±±½ûµØ and the surrounding community to strengthen support structures across communities and identities. The QRC also provides resources and programming to support students throughout their time at PSU, including a cozy lounge area, computer workstations, LGBTQ lending library, and fun positive vibes.Ìý Learn More About the QRC about this content Veteran's Resource Center (VRC)The Veterans Resource Center provides a student lounge, computer space, leadership opportunities, student employment and programs. Come hang out with us in the VRC! Resource Center for Students with Children RCSC offers integrated services that support studentsâ€™ goals to be effective parents while succeeding in their academic pursuits. Through campus projects, community involvement, and advocacy, we strive to increase resources and opportunities that improve the quality of life for students with children. Available Resources Womenâ€™s Resource Center Women's Resource Center Feminism, Leadership, and Advocacy We provide meaningful engagement opportunities for students who want to establish collaborative, feminist-centered leadership skills that will help them advance toward graduation and life outside PSU. WRC Website Sexual and Relationship Violence Response Confidential Advocacy Services Our advocates are specifically trained to support students experiencing this type of violence and we offer compassionate, judgment-free and trauma-informed services to our students. Get Help Engage with Us Where Feminism and Leadership Meet Learn to embody our values of Social Justice, Leadership, Accountability, Collaboration, and Engagement through engaging in one of our leadership programs!Ìý Take the Lead News & Events Stay Connected with the WRC Be the first to know about upcoming WRC programming, events and other exciting news! Stay in the loop with us through the WRC Newsletter. Previous Hero Slide Next Hero Slide The Transfer & Returning Student Resource Center (TRSRC)Portland State welcomes more transfer students than any college in Oregon. The Transfer & Returning Student Resource Center is here to help you smoothly transition to PSU and to support you on your path to degree completion. You belong at PSU!The Transfer & Returning Student Resource CenterÌýoffers academic and career advising to prospective transfer and returning adult students, assistance in accessing PSU resources and services, as well as workshops and events specifically for transfer and returning students. Learn more about the Transfer & Returning Student Resource Center.