Haywood Community College’s main campus is located in Clyde, North Carolina & is a designated arboretum known for its stand of lofty oak trees plus the beauty of its gardens. Rhododendron and Dahlia Gardens are visited each year by garden clubs and local residents and are a source of pride for the college. The grounds often serve as an outdoor classroom for students in our Natural Resources programs. Students also have access to two other tracts of land—320-acre Raymond J. Fowler Conservancy and Teaching Forest and 54-acre John T. and Catherine R. Beaty Natural Resources Classroom. Approximately 3,000 students attend this college.