Willamette Campus Virtual Tour Map

Virtual Campus Tour

Join us for a virtual campus tour of Willamette University! This tour follows the route that our ambassadors take. Click through and explore all that Willamette has to offer.

Take the Tour

Visiting Willamette

Take advantage of all the lively activities on campus and explore the vibrant community around us.

We’re in the heart of the Willamette Valley — a region known for its organic farms and wineries — and only 48 miles south of Portland, an urban cultural and economic hub.

Below you will find resources for our interactive map and printable maps to aid you in discovering our campus and surrounding area. Be sure to check out our How to Use the Interactive Campus Map information if you need additional support, including instructions for printing a customized map.

Interactive Campus Map

Interactive Campus Map

An interactive guide that allows you to zoom, scroll and get detailed information on buildings and spaces on campus, including parking lots, as well as accessibility information.* 

Use the Locations list to help you find the space you’re looking for or search by keywords.

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Tour map

Virtual Campus Tour

Join us for a virtual campus tour of Willamette University! This tour follows the route that our ambassadors take. Click through and explore all that Willamette has to offer.

Virtual Campus Tour
Printable Campus Map

Printable Campus Map

A color illustration of campus, complete with building key, is available in PDF format for viewing, downloading, and printing.

This map includes most, but not all, spaces on campus. It also includes parking information.

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Additional Resources

  • Willamette parking permits are required on all vehicles (except motorcycles) weekdays, 9 a.m.–3 p.m., year-round.
    • Admission visitors can make special parking arrangements when scheduling your visit through Admission.
  • Guest Parking Lot: northeast corner of Winter and Bellevue streets. Visitors may purchase a one-day permit if space is available. Cost: $5, or $3 after noon.
  • Metered and unmetered city parking is available nearby on Winter, State and Cottage streets.
  • Guests invited to campus by university departments may park for free in the Guest Parking Lot if reservations are made in advance by the host.
  • Motorcycles may park only in the designated motorcycle lots, east side of Winter Street between Lausanne Hall and Goudy Commons, or west side of Matthews lot, off 12th Street, near the footbridge.

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