For Our Neighbors
Lewis & Clark College invites its neighbors to take advantage of the cultural, educational, and recreational resources we offer.
Whether you need information about where to park your car or bicycle on campus, or want to take a look at our campus map, this website is a great place to start.
Lewis & Clark is a great source for outstanding academic and cultural events featuring our own faculty and students and leaders from around the world.
Lewis & Clark’s varsity sports teams play conference and national rivals on campus each fall, winter, and spring.
The gallery emphasizes work at the forefront of the contemporary tradition: challenging, provocative, and international in scope. (#26 on the campus map)
Rental Listings — posted by the public
- View listings (Lewis & Clark login required)
- Post a listing
- Delete a listing (contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-768-6613)
Neighbors living within the Collins View and Dunthorpe neighborhood boundaries may utilize Pamplin Sports Center and Aubrey Watzek Library by purchasing a Neighbor Pass ID card.
Please refer to this summer 2015 schedule for the outdoor pool and tennis courts. The outdoor pool will be closed all day on the selected Saturdays. The tennis courts will be open in the morning and close at noon.
This program allows non-degree seeking students to attend undergraduate classes at Lewis & Clark on a space-available basis.
Walk the campus and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee
Explore our wooded trails, rose garden (#22 on the map), and guided tree walk (beginning near the Frank Manor House, #28). Stop by Maggie’s Café (#41, open during the school year) for a scone and latté. Your leashed companions are welcome on the grounds!
Lewis & Clark is an active member of the Collins View Neighborhood Association (CVNA), and we do our best to share events information and other announcements during meetings or in email.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dean of Religious and Spiritual Life Mark Duntley (email@example.com or 503-768-7082).