The Allegheny Arboretum

"Fly" through the Allegheny Arboretum at IUP. The arboretum consists of the entire 354-acre IUP campus, including the much-loved Oak Grove.

Welcome to the Allegheny Arboretum at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, a living museum devoted to the study, conservation, and enjoyment of trees, shrubs, and vines.

The arboretum consists of the entire 354-acre IUP campus. There are 1,200 trees on the north campus, representing 104 tree species. The arboretum aims to document and care for these living treasures that give the IUP campus its lush appearance at all corners—especially the beloved Oak Grove along Oakland Avenue.

The GroveCam gives you a real-time look. The Allegheny Arboretum Virtual Tour can be taken online or while walking around campus.

The Concept Overlay Proposal, in combination with the IUP Facilities Master Plan, provides an integrated and comprehensive study of landscape planning through 2030.

The Confluence Discovery Park 2030 Master Plan aspires to transform a post-industrial landscape into beautiful, ecologically-rich learning environments.

Preservation Plan

A comprehensive survey and plan for restoration and care of the university's historic buildings and landscapes

Allegheny Arboretum Annual Report 2020–21

Allegheny Arboretum Annual Report 2019–20

Photo Gallery

Photos of the Oak Grove, the scenic heart of the IUP campus

Board Members

Board members of the Allegheny Arboretum at IUP

Support the Arboretum

How to financially support the Allegheny Arboretum at IUP

Map and Guide to the Living Collection

The map and guide to the Allegheny Arboretum at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Green Design: Harvest to Use

Harvested campus trees that would have been headed for the landfill or chipper have instead found new life as a source of wood for student art projects.


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