Education at OHSU

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At OHSU, students' experiences are enhanced by interprofessional activities and programs outside of the classroom.

Student interest groups

At OHSU, student interest groups provide opportunities for students to participate in and build meaningful connections with others who share similar interests.  Student interest group activities are educational, intellectual, interdisciplinary, cultural, and social in nature.  These activities help students develop leadership and workplace skills, collaborative relationships with others, and a sense of one's personal identity. Current OHSU students can learn more about our available groups on O2.

Ready to register a new group, or to renew your current group?  Firstly, please review the following resources:

Make sure you have your faculty advisor's contact information and academic credentials, and your group's mission statement, then submit your registration here  

Registered student interest groups may apply for funding through the All-Hill Student Council on an approval basis. If you are seeking funding to promote diversity, equity and inclusion at OHSU, you may seek funding through All-Hill Student Council, and the Center for Learner Diversity and Inclusion (CLDI). Please complete this form to apply for CLDI funding.

 To keep groups current with the Office of Student Life and eligible to submit funding requests, group leaders are asked to submit any changes that have occurred after the annual registration to

Student interest groups interested in promotional logo merchandise, apparel or related items can reach out to the OHSU Campus Store to learn more.

Annual events

During the first week of each term incoming students from different schools and programs have the opportunity to learn about the basic student resources available on the Marquam Hill and South Waterfront campuses.

Summer A - Monday, July 1st 

Summer B - Monday, August 12th

Fall Term - Monday, September 30th

This October event is open to the entire campus community to kick off the new academic year. Hosted in collaboration with the Graduate Student Organization, All-Hill Student Council, and School of Medicine Alumni Association, attendees can enjoy dinner, drinks, raffle prizes, and music.  There are approximately 55 information tables that students can visit to learn about student life, academic services, student interest groups, parking and transportation options, etc.  Also, the Student Health & Wellness Center will be on site providing flu vaccines for all.  Whether you're a new or returning student, the event is open to all.  

  • Tuesday October 1st, 2024 

Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patch

Join us for a fun-filled family night at Sauvie Islands Pumpkin Patch - corn maze, hayrides & pick-your-own pumpkins. Located at 16511 NW Gillihan Rd, Portland, OR 97231.

Java with Jacobs logo - illustration of OHSU President Dr. Danny Jacobs

The coffee talk with the president is a bi-annual event hosted by OHSU President Danny Jacobs. This event gives students the opportunity to have an open dialogue about new educational initiatives, OHSU's vision, the importance OHSU plays in the local community and across the globe all while enjoying lunch and a fresh cup of coffee.

The All-Hill Student Council's annual Flame Awards ceremony celebrates the hard work, generosity, and compassion displayed by students and faculty across schools, campuses, and programs. Students and faculty members who have gone above and beyond in the area of volunteerism may be nominated for an award. Awards come with a framed certificate and cash prizes.

Join us for a fun-filled night on Friday, May 10!  Eat, drink, and play games to your heart's content at Punch Bowl Social - 340 SW Morrison St. Suite 4305.

Each spring, the Rho Chi chapter of the College of Pharmacy sponsors a Jeopardy-style, team-based knowledge competition open to all schools.