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Welcome to the Portland State University Game Club! We're dedicated to providing an inclusive, welcoming and relaxing space for playing games together. We sponsor a weekly board game meet Thursdays at 5pm, in the Smith Food Court (time and day subject to change per term). Drop in, say hi, and throw down some dice, cards or Meeples with us!

We also host a weekly RPG night, an evening of roleplaying games featuring a wide variety of settings.

If there's a game focus you're passionate about but don't see here, please get in touch! That probably means we need you to make it happen! We're a member-led organization, which means we rely on each other and on you to facilitate that event you're just itching to see, D&D campaigns or whatever else you love. Join up and help us share that love with you!


We also have a facebook page here that might be more up to date than the orgsync page.

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We are the PSU Game Club. We're dedicated to providing an inclusive, welcoming and relaxing space for playing games together. We play all types of games: roleplaying games, board and card games, miniatures games, and whatever exciting new type of game you're about to introduce to us!



Group Type

Student Organization- SALP

Group E-mail

If you are a new group, you will be given a Portland State e-mail for your organization. This is the primary e-mail for your group.

Membership Criteria

If your group has a selective membership process, please describe it here.

Article IV: Membership
Section 1. Membership in this organization shall be open to all PSU students enrolled for at least one credit and paying the Incidental/Student Fee.

Section 2. Any member may maintain their status within the organization as long as they are a student meeting the criteria and wish to remain a member.

Section 3. All members shall have the same privileges within the organization, and shall not be discriminated against for any reason, including, but not limited to: race, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, citizenship, weight, disability, or veteran status.

Section 4. Non-PSU students may become members of the organization. The organization reserves the right to remove a non-PSU student at any time for any reason