Facilities Services


Greywood was originally constructed as part of a community center for a Vancouver, Washington, war housing project, and was moved across the Willamette River onto the campus in 1946. 


The building has been used for faculty offices, classrooms, an art gallery and lounge, the development office, community safety, and information technology. Currently, Greywood houses faculty offices, the creative writing lounge, and the Center for Teaching and Learning. Just west of Greywood, next to two Giant Sequoias (Sequoiadendron giganteum), you will find examples of a glossy-leaf native evergreen, the Pacific Madrone (Arbutus menziesii).