Welcome to STEP
Students in Transportation Engineering and Planning (STEP), Portland State University's ITE student chapter, engages its members in relevant transportation issues and activities to further professional and academic development. The chapter facilitates relationships between transportation students from different disciplines, both within PSU and with other universities, with a view toward building a shared understanding that would be helpful to students both in their academic studies and in practice. Please browse our site to learn more about us.
Study Transportation Planning or Engineering at PSU
Learn more about the transportation education experience at PSU and how STEP can help you visit the Portland State University Campus here.
Funding for Conferences
Getting ready to go to a conference and need information on funding opportunities? Please see our "Conference Funding Details" page for all of the information you need to apply for STEP conference funding, obtain funding approval, and receive reimbursement. Funding through STEP is offered on a competitive basis. Please contact the STEP Conference Coordinator with any questions/comments related to information on the Conference Funding page.
Join Our Mail List
If you are interested in learning about STEP activities, scholarships, and events please join our mailing list. You can sign up here.
STEP on LinkedIn
STEP@PSU LinkedIn is the source for professional information about our students. Click the link to join the group or view STEP members' profiles and resumes.
STEP on Facebook
STEP's Facebook page is the place to go to keep up to date about our future events and to find out who among your peers will be attending. Click the link to join the group or view previous posts.
STEP on Twitter
@STEPatPSU is the Twitter page for our group, where we occasionally tweet about our future events. Click the link to start following us.
Supported by SALP
The Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs (SALP) provides STEP with support for a wide range of co-curricular opportunities. Vist the website to learn more.
Supported by OTREC
OTREC is a National University Transportation Center created by Congress in 2005 and is a partnership between Portland State University, the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, and the Oregon Institute of Technology. With a grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, OTREC sponsors research, education and technology transfer projects at our partner universities. Vist the website to learn more.