Portland Community College: Southeast Campus (Library) in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Lower Noise
Several Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Food Old School Coffee
Seating Capacity 250+
Outside Seating 20
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords college, community college, pcc, Group Friendly, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Has Power
Web pcc.edu  

Pro Tips

If you want to hunker down and concentrate, Portland Community College Library is for you. There's three floors and public WiFi that clocks at an average of 100 Mb/sec. The space is modern and open with plenty of natural light pouring in on the upper floors. The main floor mostly has couches near the windows but there's a couple of tables on the south side of the building. Power is more limited so if you need outlet access, head upstairs. The second floor is the "collaborative zone"where it's good for groups and more open conversations. The third floor is the "hum zone" and a great place to pop on your headphones, jam on some music, and get down to business. Gotta be quiet up there so be sure to mute your phones and keep your conversations very quiet. If you're hungry, there's food and beverages at Old School Coffee, which is downstairs on the first floor on the south side.

  • To use the wireless, select “PCC-Guest” and you’ll be instructed in a browser window to create a temporary login and pass. It’s valid for one day so each time you’re here, you’ll need to re-create the user/pass combo. It’s a little annoying but well work the trade-off in fast WiFi speed.

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