OSU Campus Arboretum

Oregon State University Campus Arboretum contains an extensive and diverse woody plant living collection of more than 65,000 plants in 95 families, 244 genera, and more than 1,000 species native to every continent except Antarctica.

Interested in a fall color or an interesting bark tour? How about a tour including information about the campus landscape and unique/historical trees?

Click the Request A Tour link below, fill out the form, and the Curator of the Oregon State University Campus Arboretum will follow up with you.

Would you like to help the Oregon State University Campus Arboretum continue to fulfill its mission?

Click the Make A Gift link below or at the top of the screen and follow the instructions. Your gift will help add more plant identification labels to trees (eventually shrubs), provide student employee positions, and contribute to the development of educational programs and events for the OSU community and beyond. Your gift is greatly appreciated!


Oregon State University’s Campus Arboretum serves as a living learning laboratory for the university and surrounding community to support the University’s Land Grant Mission of teaching, research, and outreach and engagement. The use of interpretive plant signage and an interactive web map is working to increase access and spread awareness of the plants that make up the unique woody plant living collection across core campus. We strive to become leaders in plant evaluation, conservation, plant introductions, public horticulture, and biodiversity education. We welcome you all to visit the OSU Campus Arboretum to gain knowledge of our campus woody plant living collection.