This massive white oak was the largest and oldest in Augusta before it had to be removed. This oak was the inspiration for the university's logo. It measured approximately 9 feet across          

1. Walton Way Entrance 23. Counseling Training Center

2. Grover C. Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre

24. Maxwell Alumni House
3. Fine Arts Center 25. Hourly Child Care Center
4. Studio B 26. Boykin Wright Hall
5. Fanning Hall 27. Development House
6. Chateau 28. Central Utilities Plant
7. Storage 29. Old Psychology Lab
8. Writing Center 30. Swimming Pool
9. Sheftall-Cleckley Greenhouse 31. Archeology Lab (Arsenal Powder Magazine)
10. Rains Hall 32. Butler Hall
11. Payne Hall 33. Hardy Hall
12. Benet House 34. Classroom Office Building
13. Bell Tower 35. Old Science Building
14. Bellevue Hall 36. Skinner Hall
15. Morris Studio 37. Markert Hall
16. New Science Building 38. Arsenal Oak
17. Maintenance/Motor Pool 39. Reese Library
18. Public Safety 40. Washington Hall
19. Grounds Equipment Shop 41. ROTC Garage
20. Ceramics Studio/Lock Shop 42. Galloway Hall
21. Physical Plant Warehouse/Recycling Center 43. Old Guard House
22. Central Office Supply/Mail Room/Copy Center  

Coverage by Augusta Chronicle

6/21/02 Fungus threatens oak
7/27/02 Tree recovers from deadly fungus
9/14/02 Oaks infection reappears
3/26/03 Oak has good bud break
4/10/03 UGA PROFESSORS' ATTEMPT TO CLONE OAK