University Dormitory ADMU Campus

Location: Quezon City
GFA: 10,825 square meters
Completion date: 2008

The seven-storey University Dormitory is an on-campus dormitory for the Ateneo de Manila’s students. It can accommodate 600 residents and is spread out across two wings: the North Wing for male dormers and the South Wing for female dormers. It is located behind the Church of the Gesu, and overlooks the scenic Marikina Valley.

Regular rooms can accommodate four college students each, and are all equipped with cabinets and desks for every occupant, as well as phone and internet connection. Every floor has enough common bathrooms for all residents. The dormitory also has compact single rooms for graduate students, visiting professors, or dorm mentors. These rooms are provided with air conditioning units and their own bath and toilet.

At the ground floor is a cafeteria that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The dormitory also has a common recreation area with billiard tables, ping pong tables, and a piano. There are adjacent TV and video rooms for resident student use. The spacious recreation room also functions as a multi-purpose hall for assemblies, masses, and parties.