The objective of the master thesis is implementation of measuring of surfaces in student campus Rožna dolina in Ljubljana and inventory of woody vegetation in the park areas within the campus. The campus areas have been divided, according to the purpose of use, into green areas, buildings, parking and communal areas, sports and recreational areas and Student community gardens. The length of hedges has also been measured. It has been established that the share of green or park areas in the campus is 46.6 %, and the surface of these areas per campus inhabitant is 10.6 m2. The woody plant inventory has recorded all trees above the measuring threshold. Each specimen has been given an ID number and its genus, species and health status have been determined. The survey and analysis have included 478 trees, of which 13.6 % are conifers and 86.4 % are deciduous. The average height of the analyzed trees is 14.1 m. The listed trees have also been considered with regard to the level of their allergenicity and invasiveness. The assessment of the health state of the trees has established that the overall state is good. There is 77,0 % of vital trees, 12,8 % of less vital trees, 6,0 % in bad condition and only 4.2 % are in very bad condition, mainly due to age. Based on the results of the survey, a development concept of the park has been proposed. The new development concept envisages measures for improving the state of woody vegetation planting. According to the state and share of each type of use, some conceptual solutions to increase the share of green areas and a distribution of recreational areas, socializing areas and peaceful zones, intended primarily for study, in the park have been proposed.