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Molave Residence Hall

Molave

is

co-ed

dormitory

No. of Floors: 2

accommodating upperclassmen but with

No. of Rooms: 115 (37 male, 22 female)

preference

Capacity per Room:

for

sophomores.

It

now

pursues the psycho-social assistance

Male: 4 (34 rooms); 3 (3 rooms)

program

Female: 2

started

for

the

freshmen

residents of Kalayaan Residence Hall

Total Capacity: 190

under the policy of democratization of

Amenities:

admissions.

Lobby or waiting area for visitors, study


area, common room, TV room, canteen-

Location: Magsaysay Avenue

type dining hall, communal toilet and

Clientele: Co-ed, Undergraduates

bathrooms for residents (each floor), small

Architect: Cesar H.R. Concio

parking area, basketball court

Kamia Residence Hall

Consisting of a basement, first floor and

No. of Floors: 2

No. of Rooms: 72

second

spacious

floor,

the

dormitory

has

rooms

and

students

may

Capacity per Room: 4

select a furnished room for two, three or

Total Capacity: 190

four. An

Amenities:

L-shaped

receiving

hall

is

furnished with four upholstered sala

Lobby, communal toilet and bathrooms,

sets, a piano and a television set

study area, receiving hall, TV room

donated by previous House Councils.


Public telephone and intercom systems
are available.
Location: Quirino Ave.
Clientele: Female, Undergraduate
Architect: Juan F. Nakpil
Sampaguita Residence Hall

The

two-storey

dormitory

with

No. of Floors: 2

basement library on its eastern wing

No. of Rooms: 71

has a snack counter on its western

Capacity per Room: 4

wing. At the reception hall, there are

Total Capacity: 284

two television sets, a stereo and a

Amenities:

piano for the residents.

Lobby/reception hall, TV room,


basement library, communal toilet and

Location: Quirino Ave.

bathrooms, garden, basketball court

Clientele: Female, Undergraduate


Architect: Juan F. Nakpil

Ilang-ilang Residence Hall

Ilang-Ilang started operation as the first

Location: F. Ma. Guerrero St.

UP-operated

Clientele: Female, Undergraduate

dormitory

for

girls

in

January 1949. It has a unique structure

Architect: Robert A. Novernario

and design unlike of the typical dorm.

No. of Floors: 2

Composed of four wings forming a

No. of Rooms: 68

rectangle, its front wing houses the

Capacity per Room: 4

reception

Total Capacity: 272

hall,

the

office

and

information counter, the dining hall and

Amenities:

the

Reception hall, dining hall, garden

residence

heads

quarters.

All

rooms faces an inner court lawn. The


spacious quadrangle boasts of a wellkept garden at the center of which is a
sculptured fountain and sixteen fruit
bearing caimitos along the corridors.

Yakal Residence Hall

Yakal Residence Hall is a two-storey co-

No. of Floors: 2

educational

dormitory

No. of Rooms: 141 (49 male, 92

upperclassmen.

A centrally-located female)

for

lobby connects the main building to its

Capacity per Room:

extension. The lobby is furnished with a

Male: 4 (male rooms)

piano, several sofa sets and a drinking

Female: 2 (female rooms)

fountain. The extension of Yakal, which

Total Capacity: 380

houses female students, is parallel to

Amenities:

the main building.

Lobby,

recreational

room,

room,

TV

reading

room,

Location: Magsaysay Ave.

communal

Clientele: Co-ed, Undergraduate

basketball court

Architect: Roberto A. Novenario

toilet

and

common
room,

bathrooms,

International Center

The International Center (IC) is a co-

No. of Floors: 2

educational dormitory specially built by

No. of Rooms: 76 (40 male, 36 female)

the University of the Philippines to

Capacity per Room:

accommodate its students from all over

Male: 4

the world, for the purpose of cultivating

Female: 2

better international understanding and

Total Capacity: 380

cultural

Amenities:

assimilation.

It

is

place

wherein the students can find a degree


of

security

during

period

Private Toilet and Bathrooms per

of

room, private Kitchenettes with stove

adjustment to a new culture and a new

and fridge per room, common kitchen,

pattern of academic life.

common room, laundry room, TV room,


reading room, dining hall, conference

Location: F. Ma. Guerrero St.

room, table tennis area, piano room,

Clientele: Co-ed, all levels, mainly open lawn


foreign
Architect: Victor N. Tiotuyco

Ipil Residence Hall

Ipil Residence H
educational
dormitory

faci

Center. Connect
through

rec

conference roo
Ipil.

Rooms

bookshelves an
placed
allowing

paralle
an

movement area

Location: Mags

Clientele: Co-e

Architect: Rob

Sanggumay Residence Hall

A dormitory exclusively for graduate

No. of Floors: 2

women, Sanggumay is a two-storey hall

No. of Rooms: 62

situated

Capacity per Room: 2

Hall.

across
There

Kalayaan
are

Residence

62

rooms

Total Capacity: 284 students

accommodating two students per room,

Amenities:

furnished with lockers, study table with

Lobby,

light and book shelves.

Room/recreation

Location: Roces Ave.

conference room

Clientele: Female, graduate


Architect: Rosauro P. Villarico

receiving

area,
room,

TV
study-

Kalayaan Residence Hall

Aside from dorm rooms, there are other

No. of Floors: 3

amenities in the dormitory that provide

No. of Rooms: 267 (85 male, 182

the dormers with entertainment, sports,

female)

and

Capacity per Room: 2

other

activities.

Inside

the

dormitory are sports facilities such as a

Total Capacity: 534

basketball court, a volleyball court, and

Amenities:

a ping-pong table which the students

Lobby, TV room, Common room, dining

may use within the times specified by

hall, communal toilet and bathrooms,

the dorm rules.

basketball court, volleyball court

Location: Roces Ave.


Clientele: co-ed, freshmen
Architect: Roberto A. Novenario