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The Office of Student Housing (OSH) manages eleven (11) on campus. Six (6) are co-educational: *Kalayaan Residence Hall exclusively for freshmen; *Ipil Residence Hall and *Kamagong_Residence_Hall for graduate students; *Molave Residence Hall and *Yakal Residence Hall for upperclassmen; and the *International Center for foreign students. Four (4) are exclusively for female students *[[Ilang-Ilang Residence Hall], *Kamia Residence Hall and *Sampaguita Residence Hall for undergraduate and *Sanggumay Residence Hall for graduate students. Lastly, we have the Concordia B. Albarracin Hall for undergraduate male students.

Kalayaan, Molave, and Ilang-Ilang operate under the single fee system, which means that the total dorm fee includes payment for meals provided by canteen concessionaires at said residence halls. The other residence halls charge lodging fees only.

As the residence halls are subsidized by the University and have room for a limited number of students, accommodation in these halls is a privilege. Admission is based on income bracket and region of origin. Priority is given to freshmen and those with the lowest incomes and with residences farthest from Metro Manila.

In general, a bed, a mattress, a study table, a chair, and a locker are provided to each resident. Residents supply their own beddings. All the residence halls have access to a wi-fi internet connection. The halls are all within walking distance to the colleges and other facilities such as small restaurants, a shopping center and the University Health Service.

The Office of Student Housing is headed by an Officer-in-charge, Dr. Gerardo Lanuza.

Contact Details:
Kalayaan Residence Hall
Roces Avenue corner JP Laurel Street
Telephone: 4265708
UPVoIP: 9818500 local 4510 ad 4524

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