This is the main campus
of the University located at Sta. Mesa, Manila. Here you can find the offices of the
University Executive Officials, the Ninoy Aquino Library and Learning
Resources Center, the PUP Pylon, PUP Gym and open courts, PUP Grandstand
and Oval, the Obelisk, Nemesio E. Prudente Freedom Park, A. Mabini
Shrine, Lagoon, Laboratory High School, Interfaith Chapel, Charlie del
Rosario Student Development Center, the Amphitheater and
various academic program offices.
Also located in Sta. Mesa, Manila (near the
Mabini Campus), it is the site of the College of Architecture and Fine
Arts, College of Engineering, College of Communications, and the PUP
MassCom Theater. The PUP Institute of Technology (formerly the
College of Technology and Technopreneurial School) was transferred here from S.H. Loyola, Sta.
M.H. Del Pilar
One of three campuses
in Sta. Mesa, Manila, which
houses the PUP Graduate School,
Hasmin Hostel and the College of Tourism, Hospitality
Taguig City (Branch)
This 10-hectare branch is
located at Gen. Santos Ave., Lower Bicutan, Taguig City. This site was
reserved through a presidential declaration for the University's use in
Quezon City (Branch)
This branch is located at Don
Fabian St., Commonwealth, Quezon City.
San Juan City (Branch)Established in 2008, this campus is
located in Addition Hills, San Juan City
Parañaque City (Campus)
This campus is located within the Freeport Area in Mariveles,
Sta. Maria, Bulacan (Campus)
established in 2005, is located at Km. 38 located at Sitio Gulod, Brgy.
Pulong-Buhangin, Municipality of Santa Maria, Bulacan.
Pulilan, Bulacan (Campus)
Cabiao, Nueva Ecija (Campus)Established in 1996 as a Pamantasang Bayan of the PUP
Open University. In 2009, it became a campus and is located at San
Roque, Cabiao, Nueva Ecija.
Lopez, Quezon (Branch)
The first of three branches
located at Yumul St., Brgy. Burgos, Lopez, Quezon. Established in June
Mulanay, Quezon (Branch)
The second branch located
in the Quezon province.
General Luna, Quezon (Mulanay Annex)
Unisan, Quezon (Branch)
Located in Kalilaya Ibaba,
Ragay, Camarines Sur (Branch)This branch, located south
of mainland Luzon (Bicol Region), is actually situated atop a hill
overlooking the municipality of Ragay.
Sto. Tomas, Batangas (Branch)
This branch is
located at A. Bonifacio St. Poblacion II, Sto. Tomas, Batangas (south of
Maragondon, Cavite (Branch)
This branch is located
at Maragondon, Cavite (south of Metro Manila).
Alfonso, Cavite (Maragondon Annex)
Bansud, Oriental Mindoro (Branch)The first of two campuses in the province of Mindoro
located at Poblacion, Bansud.
Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro (Branch)
Biñan, Laguna (Campus)
San Pedro, Laguna (Campus)
Sta. Rosa, Laguna (Campus)
Calauan, Laguna (Campus)
This campus, which formerly houses the PUP
Technopreneurial School, is located at S.H. Loyola (formerly Lepanto)
Street, Sampaloc, Manila. In 1947, this building was offered for
exclusive use of the Philippine School of Commerce (PSC). Before the
building was occupied by PSC, it was the first House of the Philippine
Congress. This served as the main campus from 1947 to 1968.
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