Student Counseling & Wellness Center

For immediate concerns with mental health issues, students must contact emergency response services, or Multnomah County’s Project Respond at (503) 988-4888.

Office Hours: Mon – Thurs | 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Contact Us:

(503) 251-6511

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Christ-centered, psychologically-sound, confidential counseling services are available right when you need them. In Multnomah’s Student Counseling & Wellness Center, you’ll find counselors who are ready to listen, understand, and explore solutions that work for you.

Our dedication to culturally-responsive counseling means every student will receive the best possible care. We also refer students to trusted mental health professionals and practices for specialized care and concerns beyond our services.

Student Success Center

If you would like to schedule an appointment or receive more information, we would love to hear from you!

Office Hours: Mon – Fri | 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Contact Us:

(503) 251-5301

The Student Success Center exists to support students in flexible, personal ways and help students define success both at the university and beyond. Our staff members provide academic support like scheduling tutoring, providing time management techniques, coordinating disability accommodation needs, and many other strengths-based techniques to flourish as an MU student. Our staff also understands that success isn’t just defined by your academic performance, and are available to advocate for you and support you during your Multnomah experience.

Career Services

We empower students to find purposeful work where they can be dynamic agents of Christ-like change in the world. We coach career selection that matches your God-given abilities, values, and interests. We’ll help you to find the job that’s right for you by providing helpful career tools and promoting available opportunities for internships and jobs.

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Disability Resources

Disability Resources is a functional area of the Student Success Center. If you would like to schedule an appointment or receive more information, we would love to hear from you!

Office Hours: Mon – Fri | 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Contact Us:

(503) 251-5301

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Disability Resources is committed to providing students with disabilities equal access to programs and services on our campus. We work to create an environment where students with disabilities are welcomed, valued, and respected by all members of our community. We review requests for academic, non-academic, and residential accommodations due to a disability and makes recommendations as appropriate.

Diversity and Inclusive Development

Multnomah is committed to fostering an environment where every student, of any age, race, nationality, gender, socio-economic status, ability, or faith denomination belongs and is a valued part of our community. Consistent with our core values, we aim to develop an intentionally diverse Christian academic community. Diversity, of course, is not an end in itself; rather it is a means to the loft goal of cultivating a healthy educational environment. Faculty, staff, and students partner together to develop opportunities to honor diverse voices and perspectives and grow in embracing the full Imago Dei.

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Care Team

The Care Team is an interdisciplinary team of university personnel working together to both proactively and responsively care for students at Multnomah. We want Multnomah to be safe for all students and work hard to support the holistic health of the Multnomah Community. If you are concerned about the well-being of a student, please feel free to reach out to the Care Team.


The Care Team is not for emergencies.

If there is an immediate threat to a student (either through self-harm or interpersonal violence) or the community, please call 911 and then notify Campus Safety at (503) 251-6499.

If you believe a student needs immediate psychological help, you may call the Multnomah County Crisis Line
at (503) 988-4888.

Veteran Resources

Veterans Resources work with the guidance and care of the Diversity and Inclusive Development Department. We realize that Veterans have unique needs and we seek to help them find a home in our community of care.

For more on Veteran Benefits, please contact the Office of the Registrar.

We recognize that Veterans often struggle to find a community that understands them and their unique needs. Many Veterans are also non-traditional students that are older with jobs and/or families. At Multnomah University, we seek to foster a community for our military veterans while providing access to resources, services, educational benefits, and connections across the campus.

The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) is a dedicated place on the Portland campus designed to support student-veterans. Connect with other student veterans, meet, study, or just relax in our dedicated space focused on providing veterans a place to call their own.

Student Life Department

Office Hours: Mon – Fri | 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Contact Us:

(503) 251-5311

Student Life cares deeply about your well-being and success as a student. We provide Christ-centered support as you pursue the Lord, invest in community, and successfully complete your college education. Whether you are a new or returning student, undergraduate or graduate, commuter or residential student, the Student Life team is here for you every step of the way.

Student Support Teams

Our Student Support Teams are committed to serving our students by providing a safe environment, resources and information, academic integrity, healthy dining, and technology. Learn more below about Campus Safety and Prevention, Library Services, the Office of the Registrar, Food Services, and Student Accounts.

Campus Safety and Prevention

For any safety emergencies or concerns, you may ever experience, text or call the Campus Safety Office at (503) 251-6499.

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The safety of our students isn’t just a priority—it’s the first priority at Multnomah. Our safety officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to ensure the security of every single student. Our safety officers are licensed by the Oregon Department of Public Safety, and their dedication to a holistic and culturally-sensitive approach to campus safety has offers Multnomah students confidence and peace of mind.

Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar is your destination for everything from detailed course information to guidance on the best classes to take for your degree—or for your own curiosity—to the most technical details about your student records.

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Library Services

Whether you need a quiet place to study or are looking for a text to help you with your research project, Mitchell Library is where Multnomah students get work done—and where we curl up with a good book.


Food Services

Every meal here is more than a necessary step in a day– it’s a chance to connect over conversation and to expand your horizons, with culinary options for all tastes. Each week, The Mane Hall offers a themed dinner—a unique opportunity to gather with the entire Multnomah community. And don’t forget Roger’s Café, where just about everyone at Multnomah catches up with friends over food favorites and a delicious cup of coffee.


The Student Accounts Office partners with the Financial Aid Team. The Student Accounts team can answer any questions you have about paying for school. They will help you set up payment plans and processes your online and mail payments.


Newly Admitted Students

We’re excited for you to join the Multnomah community. We know there is a lot to do before you start your adventure, so we have compiled some resources to help you begin.


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