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This page includes information on lecture halls and equipment for hosting conferences and seminars on campus.

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Lecture Halls

  1. UPDILC Training Rooms
  2. GT-TOYOTA ASIAN CENTER AUDITORIUM and SEMINAR ROOMS - Auditorium Capacity:500, Seminar Rm capacity:50 - For details, Contact: JR at UP VOIP (local 3580)/ 927 0909
  3. NISMED. Science Teacher Training Center
  4. Engineering Theater - 2nd Flr, Melchor Hall. Capacity: xxx Rates:
  5. Geodetic Engineering Theater - 4th Flr, Melchor Hall. Capacity: 80, Rates:P4000/5hrs; Contact: Rudy at UP VOIP (local 3124)
  6. The Pulungang Claro M. Recto at the Faculty Center. Capacity: xxx Rates:
  7. NCPAG Assembly Hall. Capacity: xxx Rates:
  8. Assembly Hall at the College of Social Work and Community Development. Capacity: xxx Rates:
  9. Palma Hall Audio Visual Room 207. Capacity: 60-100 persons. Rates: ___. Equipment: Amplifiers; audio mixer/console; wired and wireless mics; LCD projector. Contact: ______
  10. Palma Hall Multimedia Room (4th Floor). Capacity: 150 persons. Rates: ____. Equipment: 5.1-Channel Audio; Amplifiers; 16-track audio mixer/console; wired and wireless mics; LCD projector. Contact: _____
  11. EEE Lecture Halls (VLC, LC1, LC2) - Ground Flr, EEE Building
  12. College of Science Auditorium
  13. SEAMEO INNOTECH Regional Center, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City. Telephone Numbers: (632) 924-7681 to 84 / (632) 928-7348 or (632) 928-7692. Facsimile: (632) 921-0224. Email: info@SEAMEO-INNOTECH.org
  14. U.P. NATIONAL ENGINEERING CENTER, Audio-Visual Room, capacity: 80 (newly renovated) and Seminar Rooms, capacity: 40 and 30 Contact Numbers: 927-8345, 981-8500 Local 3003.
  15. National Institute of Physics Auditorium, Intel Center for Science Innovation

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