Housing and Facilities


UHM students will be lodged at My Place located across Ateneo de Manila University.

MY PLACE Finest Student Accommodation 22 Fabian dela Rosa Street, Loyola Heights, QC Telefax : (632) 433-0667 http://www.myplace.com.ph

For Fall 2015, My Place will be able to accommodate 10-15 students in two-in-a room deluxe.

Two-in-a-room Deluxe


Dorm room features: Loft bed with mattress, cabinet, study table with swivel chair, internet access, toilet & bath & sink

Inclusions: Power & water charges; pillows, linen / bed sheets weekly housekeeping; daily garbage collection

My Place offers fully furnished and air-conditioned rooms with hot and cold water, refrigerator, microwave, telephone, TV with cable and internet connection in every room. It also offers safety and security through the following features: CCTV (closed circuit TV) cameras in public areas, Ving card identification and access system, smoke detectors, water sprinkler, fire extinguisher and uninterrupted power and water supply through storage tanks and 2 standby generators.

The accommodations for the student guests shall include the following facilities:

Gym (Free) Meeting / Function Rooms Worship hall/ prayer rooms (Free) Study room (Free) Business Center Safe basement parking

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Except on field trips and excursions, UHM students are expected to cover food expenses on their own during the Study Abroad Program. Several cafeterias are located inside the university. Beside My Place and along Katipunan are affordable restaurants/eateries and 24/hour convenience stores. Around 1.0 km (13 minute walk) from My Place is the U.P. Town Center where an array of restaurants, cafés and shops can be found.


Rizal Library

The library was named after the Philippine’s National hero and Ateneo’s alumnus, Dr. Jose Rizal. The school is proud to have a facility offering over 180,000 books in its collection, 33,000 bound journals, and 4,300 rolls of microfilm and over 300,000. Microfiches among its collection of information materials. All these are available to the students to help them in their studies. The school has provided an online cataloguing system for its vast collection of information materials. (http://rizal.lib.admu.edu.ph/Webopac/opac.asp)

Computer laboratories

The Loyola schools provide its students with computer laboratories with access to the Internet. More than 100 computers stations in different computer laboratories are available for student use. Most of the laboratories also offer printing and scanning services. The biggest laboratories are found in Rizal Study Foyer (RSF), Matteo Ricci hall, PLDT- Convergent Technology Center (CTC).


Wifi connection for student and faculty are available in most buildings of the Loyola Schools and in certain hotspots of the college area. Access can be obtained after registering with the Ateneo Campus Network Group.


Ateneo Multi-Purpose Cooperative. This is the main cafeteria in the Loyola Schools campus. It serves breakfast, lunch, snacks and early dinner. It is is located at the ground floor of Gonzaga Hall.

Cervini Cafeteria. Cervini Caf is located at the ground floor of Cervini Hall, the on-campus dormitory for male college students of Ateneo. It serves hot and filling meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Zekaf. Zékäf is neatly hidden at the basement of the new University Dorm. It serves delicious food, has good ambiance, and excellent service. Store Hours: 6:00a.m. – 12:00 midnight.

JSEC Mall. JSEC Mall, or the JGSOM Student Enterprise Center Mall, is a student-run eating place located at the JGSOM complex. A variety of foods are served here. Peak hour is during lunch time.

ISO Cafeteria. The ISO Cafeteria can be found at the Institute of Social Order building. It serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Manang’s Clubhouse. Manang’s Clubhouse, located beside the College Covered Courts, is known for its grilled meat dishes.

Sports Facilities

Moro Lorenzo Sports Complex. The Moro Lorenzo Sports Complex or “Moro” is located near the High School complex. The complex boasts of topnotch facilities such as an indoor basketball court where the university’s basketball teams hold practices, indoor badminton and volleyball court, indoor track oval measuring approximately 200 meters, a weights room, and a fully air-conditioned sports medicine clinic. Other facilities include a Prayer Room of the Saints, the Blue Cow Cafeteria, locker rooms, and the Col. Mariano Yenko Audio-Visual Room.

Blue Eagle Gym. The Blue Eagle Gym stands prominently at 213 feet wide and 281 feet long at the western end of the campus. Inaugurated on 3 December 1949, it was the first building to stand on the Loyola Heights campus—even before the transfer in 1952 of the College and High School units. For most Ateneans, the Gym is a special place where school spirit thrives, where Ateneans converge to cheer their team to victory. All sides of the gym are open to allow neutral ventilation. Moreover, it can seat a total of 7,500 people: It has 800 box seats, 1,400 reserve seats, and 5,300 bleachers. Its facilities include locker rooms for players, six bowling alleys, billiard room, air-conditioned radio and press box, and four snack bars.

College Covered Courts. The Loyola Schools covered courts is a sports facility located east of the Loyola Schools building complex. It consists of the physical education office, dance area, eight (8) basketball courts, two (2) tennis courts, one (1) table tennis area, the P.E. Annex (for the martial arts area), a cafeteria that serves snacks, lunch and refreshments, ARPT shooting range, and the College Athletics Office.

Loyola Schools Swimming Pool. The LS Swimming Pool is a 25-meter, 8-lane, roofed pool. This is where the Ateneo varsity swimming team and Loyola Schools students with PE classes practice. Members of the Ateneo community can also use the pool at assigned times. The facility includes bleachers, which can seat 250 people, and outside showers.

Moro Lorenzo Football Field and Track & Field Oval. Adding on to the growing list of top facilities that the school has made available for its student-athletes, the Ateneo de Manila University inaugurated and formally opened its newest sports facility in the campus—the Moro Lorenzo football field and track & field oval on August 1, 2014.