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To use any of the spaces outside of our facility, make sure to carefully read the information below. In order for us to be able to more accurately assist you in finding the appropriate information, please select the appropriate link below.
Campus Grounds Use Request MUST be submitted at least 14 days before the event date.
*Any events involving alcohol MUST be submitted at least 21 days before the event date.
If your event involves City of Corvallis property or roadways (e.g. marathons, marches, etc.) you will need a Parade Permit. This process can take up to 4 weeks. *Many city streets and transit routes cross through campus, call (541) 766-6924 to check if the area is City property.
If your event is on Oregon State University campus, contact the following to reserve or obtain information on these areas. You will still need to fill out the Campus Grounds Use Request form.
Memorial Union Quad or Student Experience Center (SEC) Plaza - Memorial Union @ (541) 737-2416
Cultural Centers - Student Experience Center @ (541) 737-2101
Johnson Hall and plaza between Johnson and Kelly Engineering - College of Engineering @ (541) 737-8765
Valley Library Quad - Valley Library @ (541) 737-3331 (Obtain permission from Valley Library and then submit a Campus Grounds Use Request so that campus departments are notified.
Campus & Womens Building - College of Health & Human Sciences @ (541) 737-3324
Student Legacy Park, & Peavy - Dixon Recreation Center @ (541) 737-6783
Athletic Fields - Athletics Department @ (541) 737-9379
Campus Residential Lawns - University Housing & Dining Services @ (541) 737-4771
All Other Campus Grounds must submit the form below.
(This includes all campus streets, park and lawn areas, parking lots, patios, malls, etc.)
Questions call (541) 737-2402.
Campus Grounds Use Requests MUST be submitted at least 14 days before the event date. There is a $20 processing Fee for all forms.
Oregon State University offers outdoor space for academic, professional, and recreational functions that serve the campus community. Time, Manner and Place Rules for Speech Activities
Principles & Values: All users are expected to observe the University's principles and values by preserving: Safety, Accessibility, Sustainability, Aesthetics, and Resources.
Collaborative Efforts: Maximizing use requires a collaborative effort by all users to: Conserve Energy, Minimize Impact, Recycle, Manage Waste, and Restore Grounds.
Safety: Personal safety and risk management strategies and plans must be a core part of every event planned on campus.
Recycling: OSU encourages you to provide recycling and/or compost bins at events. Request recycle bins through Campus Recycling.
Road Closures/Construction: OSU is experiencing a high volume of construction this year. Please refer to the Closure Notices, Construction Traffic and Safety, and Current Projects webpages to see the most updated information. OSU asks that visitors onto campus please be aware of their surroundings.