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A long, wide lawn with trees between the Bayramian and Jerome Richfield Halls. There is no access to electricity and electrical outlets in this area.
Cypress Hall Courtyard
A plaza-type courtyard surrounded by a soothing waterfall fountain, plants, lamps, and concrete benches.
The four glassed-in greenhouses, one of which is divided into subcompartments for research purposes, are located behind the Botanical Garden.
Large, rolling lawn with a few small trees and sidewalk next to Orange Grove Walk.
The large sidewalk can support heavy trucks and equipment. The walkway begins at W.University Drive, runs in front of the Oviatt Library and ends at Lindley Avenue. The sidewalk is closed to through traffic by bollards at either end.
This location is the future home of the Performing Arts Center. Currently, this spacious lawn is bordered by large shade trees. An excellent location for a large outdoor event. There are no electrical outlets in this area.
It is known to be one of the few remaining historic orange groves in the San Fernando Valley. This area is located next to Nordhoff and Lindley Streets.
Large grassy area behind the Oviatt Library covered with shade trees. There are no electrical outlets in this area.
This large lawn faces the Oviatt Library's grand stairs and can accommodate approximately 1,000 chairs. The University uses this lawn to graduate the Students each year. There are many electrical boxes around the lawn that can provide power for equipment.
This cozy courtyard has several picnic tables and open space for students to take a break between classes.
This park like open space has many large shade trees. It faces the Oviatt Library grand stairs and can accommodate approximately 9,000 people. The University allows set up of large stages and the many electrical boxes around the lawn provide power for music, lights and other technical equipment.
Yard Behind Greenhouses
Behind the greenhouses and near Parking Lot G3 is a yard filled with rows of plants.