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What do a buried sports car, the Talking Heads, and zines have to do with ? Click on the icons below to find out more about some of the unique elements that shape the experience.

Earn Work-Study while strengthening a Portland nonprofit or community organization through Students for Education, Equity, and Direct Service (SEEDS). Learn more
In 2019, ies wrote 70 interdisciplinary theses in both established programs like environmental science/economics and in ad-hoc programs like art/anthropology. Learn more
At , you’ll have the opportunity to sample courses in a wide range of subjects—from Vector Calculus to Androids in Science and Literature. Learn more
’s 28-acre watershed supports a broad array of animal and plant life—and it has plenty of quiet spots for reading and thinking. Learn more
ies regularly land top honors, grants, and fellowships, including the Watson, Rhodes, Fulbright, and Goldwater. Learn more
Have you heard the one about the MG buried under the library? Learn more
provides an atmosphere of genuine intellectual collaboration with teacher-scholars who will help you develop and pursue your own interests. Learn more
In your Humanities 110 conference, you'll meet with your professor one-on-one to discuss and evaluate your papers. Learn more
’s two student-run coffee shops, the Paradox and Paradox Lost, sure sell a lot of coffee each year—and none of it is decaf.
ies organize social, political, and activity-centered clubs like Weapons of Mass Distraction, Bike Co-op, and Terrarium Club. Learn more
Whether they're playing in the annual year-end softball tournament, taking one of over 60 PE classes, or joining a club sports team, ies find lots of ways to keep moving. Learn more
“And you’re standing here beside me. I love the passing of time,” sings David Byrne in Stop Making Sense, a concert film that has become a touchstone for ies. Learn more
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students inspire local grade-schoolers through the science outreach program. Learn more
Some of Portland’s coolest neighborhoods, including Sellwood, Woodstock, Division, and Hawthorne, are found near . Learn more
You can enjoy the contemporary iteration of ’s calligraphy tradition, Scriptorium, with students, alumni, faculty, and staff each week. Learn more
’s small student body of 1,439 undergraduates represents 49 states and 25 countries. Learn more
’s 116-acre campus features not one but two swing sets.
’s comic book library, the MLLL, features over 9,000 volumes. We dare you to try to read them all!
Each senior is assigned a dedicated library space for thesis research. Learn more
Tucked away among over half a million print volumes in 's library is a dedicated zine section, which covers subjects like Portland, social justice, and body positivity. Learn more
's office of academic support, which offers workshops on specific skills and strategies, also employs 200 peer tutors who provide one-on-one and drop-in tutoring. Learn more

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