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    Templeton Campus Center
  • Sculpture in the Interior Courtyard of Templeton Campus Center
    Sculpture in the Interior Courtyard of Templeton Campus Center

Templeton Campus Center

In this campus hub, you’ll find dining halls, the Bookstore, and offices for student groups including student government (ASLC), Campus Activities Board (CAB), KLC Studios, students unions (BSU, QSU etc.), and student publications. You can work on a paper in the Dubach Computer Labs, or you can just hang out in one of several student lounge areas. 

Closest Parking Lots: I (Lower Templeton), H (Akin), J (Howard)

  • ATM
  • Bon Appétit Office
  • Bookstore
  • Campus Living
  • Career Center
  • College Outdoors
  • Conference and Event Planning
  • Council Chamber
  • Counseling Service (no access from interior)
  • Dubach Mac Lab
  • Dubach PC Lab
  • Fields Dining Room
  • Financial Aid
  • Health Service (no access from interior)
  • Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement
  • International Students and Scholars
  • Mail Room
  • Stamm Dining Room
  • Thayer Conference Room
  • Trail Room Café
  • Undergraduate Registrar
  • Undergraduate Student Activities
  • Undergraduate Student Government (ASLC)
  • Undergraduate Student Leadership and Service
  • Undergraduate Student Media
  • Undergraduate Student Organizations
  • Veterans Services

Templeton Events

January 15th, 2019

January 16th, 2019

  • All Day: First Aid Scenarios On Campus Through January 19th
    College Outdoors is hosting a Wilderness First Responder class for 30 people, from Thursday, January 10h through Saturday, January 19th on various parts of campus. This course will include first aid scenarios with stage makeup and mock-rescues.
    until January 19
  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!
  • All Day: Wilderness First Responder at LC
    Sign-Up begins August 29 at 9:00am and is first come first served

    This 80-hour wilderness medicine course is the industry standard for field-based medical training for outdoor trip leaders, instructors, and folks who just like to spend a lot of time outdoors.  You will be prepared to handle all types of medical issues that may arise when in the backcountry.  The class will meet 8 to 12 hours per day over the scheduled days, with one day off to be scheduled by the instructor. (Class length may vary, due to outdoor scenarios and rescue training being taught.) We recommend you don’t have any other commitments while taking this course, as you will be busy!
    until January 19
  • All Day: Wilderness First Responder in Florida

    Sign-Up begins August 29 at 9:00am and is first come first served

    This 80-hour wilderness medicine course is the industry standard for field-based medical training for outdoor trip leaders, instructors, and folks who just like to spend a lot of time outdoors.  You will be prepared to handle all types of medical issues that may arise when in the backcountry.  The class will meet 8 to 12 hours per day over the scheduled days, with one day off to be scheduled by the instructor. (Class length may vary, due to outdoor scenarios and rescue training being taught.) We recommend you don’t have any other commitments while taking this course, as you will be busy!
    until January 18