- College Public Safety
- Commuter Lounge & Lockers
- Dining in NW Portland
- Room Reservations
- Information Technology
- Public Transportation & Discount Tri-Met Tickets
- Staying Active
- Student Health, Wellness, & Counseling
Linfield partners with Barnes & Noble to provide bookstore services and resources. The on-campus bookstore is located in the basement of Loveridge Hall and has hours posted on the door. For inquiries and feedback, please contact Store Manager Amber Simmons at (503) 883-2505.
Linfield partners with Legacy Health Systems's security office to provide security service to the campus. College Public Safety still maintains a presence on campus, and leads the effort to keep the campus safe.
Loveridge Hall has two lounges that commuter students can use during their time on campus. The Wildcat Den (first floor) has comfortable multi-use furniture, an enclosed patio with outside seating, a study room perfect for studying in or for group meetings, and a tv room. The Commuter Lounge (basement) has a tv, couches, and tables and chairs as well as a refrigerator, microwaves, and utensils for student use.
Across from the Commuter Lounge is a private room available for any member of our campus community who is breastfeeding.
A limited number of lockers are available for commuter students in the basement of Loveridge Hall. Please contact Student Life if you would like to obtain a commuter locker.
LoveJoy Station Cafeteria is located on the first floor of the Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital and provides food services seven days a week for students, employees, and the public. Pre-paid meal cards may be purchased from a cafeteria cashier and are valid at all Legacy facilities that offer food service.
In addition to cafeteria service, you will find students eating at the numerous cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants around campus on NW 21st and NW 23rd. Many local eateries offer discounts with a valid Student ID card.
The Commuter Lounge in Loveridge Hall has a refrigerator, microwave, toaster, and utensils for student use.
To reserve a room for a student group, or for help planning a campus event, please contact Josh Merrick in Student Life. Once your event/fundraiser is approved and your room is reserved, your event will be added to the online Portland Campus calendar. It's recommended that you wait to begin advertising your event and/or fundraiser until it has been approved and you have a room reserved.
The Information Technology staff provide technology support and service to faculty, staff, and students on campus.
The Trimet mass transit system is very easily accessible from campus. The Streetcar line, which runs from NW Portland through downtown to SW Portland, as well as across the river to the inner Eastside, has a stop just across the street from Loveridge Hall. A number of bus lines also stop just near campus. The Max lightrail line, which runs from Hillsboro to Gresham, and to Clackamas and the Portland Airport, is a short walk or bus ride from campus. Students with a current, valid ID can also ride the Streetcar (but not the Max or buses) for free.
Student Life sells reduced priced Trimet 2-hour, all-zone ticket books. The cost of the Trimet ticket books is normally $25 each, but they are available to current students for $15 each (ASLC-PC/Student Life is supplementing 40% of the cost to offer you this price). Ticket books can be purchased with cash or check only. Each student can purchase up to 4 ticket books each month and the tickets do not expire.
For additional information about transportation resources around campus and in Portland, please check out our Transportation Guide.
There are several national-chain and local gyms in the area. The College and has a special partnership with LA Fitness, whose closest facility is a quick eight block walk, run, or streetcar ride from campus. LA Fitness offers a $29.99 monthly membership and $0 initiation fee to Linfield students and their families (restrictions apply) for all LA Fitness facilities in our area. Enroll here. If you enroll at a LA Fitness facilty you will not get this same pricing, please enroll at the link provided!
In addition, Student Life offers a limited number of reimbursements to current Portland Campus students enrolled with LA Fitness for half the cost of their monthly membership for each semester ($15 each month enrolled with LA Fitness, up to $60 for Fall/Spring and/or $45 for Summer). The reimbursement will be applied to your Linfield student account. Watch your Linfield email the last month of each semester for the process to request this additional reimbursement. The email will only be sent to students registered for classes that semester. The reimbursement process must be completed no later than two weeks following the end of finals, after that date no further reimbursements will be given.
All students attending Linfield College – Portland Campus are required to have health insurance coverage. Students must either purchase a student health insurance policy through the College or sign a waiver indicating that the student, spouse, or parent provides a health insurance policy.
Students can purchase insurance with PacificSource through the College. Check out plan and benefit details to see how you're covered.
The Legacy Good Samaritan Pharmacy, located on the first floor of Good Samaritan Building 2 (at the corner of NW 22nd and Marshall), is a close resource for over-the-counter items and prescription medications.
Counseling is available to students of Linfield College – Portland Campus through a contract with Pacific University and their Psychological Service Center. We offer free and confidential sessions either on-campus in Peterson Hall 319 or off-campus at the Psychological Service Center downtown clinic at 1411 SW Morrison St, Suite 310.
To make an appointment for on-campus counseling, please call 503-413-7873 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For off-campus counseling appointments at the Psychological Service Center, please call 503-352-2400.
Current students may use this free counseling service for individual, group, and family counseling. Most students take advantage of this service for issues surrounding anxiety/worry, handling life transitions, anger, depression, trauma/loss/grief, relationship problems, self-esteem problems, and parent-child problems. If you need additional types of counseling services or have medication needs, please utilize your personal health insurance. If you need help navigating your plan and finding a provider, please seek out assistance from Lisa Burch-Windrem.
For general inquiries, please email email@example.com.