ASOIT logo with Oregon Tech block logo about the letters ASOIT with text that says Associated Students of Oregon Institute of Technology with a gold perimeter design.

The purpose of ASOIT-PM is to supplement the social, cultural, physical, and educational growth of Oregon Tech students, and to represent the individual and collective interests of all students at Oregon Tech.

ASOIT-PM officers play an important role in coordinating programs that improve the quality of life on campus. They strive to represent the student body’s best interests when they vote on issues such as Incidental Fee allocation requests and club recognition and funding.

For more information about how to get involved with student government, or to share your thoughts, ideas, suggestions or concerns, contact the ASOIT at


Officer duties vary by position. All officers are expected to work 6-10 hours per week, including participating in a number of institutional committees, Executive meetings, office hours, and weekly meetings with the ASOIT Advisors. 
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Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all Oregon Tech-sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact in advance.

ASOIT-PM, General Contact

Room 221 - Wilsonville

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PORTLAND-METRO: Oregon Tech's Portland-Metro campus resides on the ancestral and contemporary home of the Clackamas, Kathlamet, Multnomah, the Tualatin Kalapuya People, Tumwater, and the Watlala bands of the Chinook, who have stewarded this land since time immemorial. 
We also respectfully acknowledge the many tribes and bands of the Klamath Basin region, the many Indigenous nations and lands along the Columbia, and the continued sovereignty of the nine tribes of Oregon and Northern Californian tribes that have ties to this land. It is important to acknowledge the ancestors of this place and to recognize that we are all here because of the sacrifices forced upon them. We also respectfully acknowledge the many Indigenous nations, bands, and tribes lands along the Columbia River. In doing so, we hope to honor their legacy and lives, as well as continue to build the relationship with the Native peoples of this region, the state of Oregon, and across the United States.