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Albay, Legazpi, Philippines

Campus Facilities

BU Main Cafeteria

The Bicol University Main Campus is abundant with food kiosks and cafeterias. Food stalls are found from the different parts of the campus which is beneficial for students and staffs who are on-the-go. One of the most visited food house inside Bicol University is “Kem’s Ongpin”. One of their best seller is the “batchoy”.

BU East Campus Students’ Lounge/ Cafeteria

The BU East Campus Students’ Lounge and Canteen located in the Bicol University East Campus is designed to accommodate students who are waiting for their next class, at the same time eat when starving. The establishment consists of different food kiosks and long tables so socialization is still present despite of the emerging of technologies.

BU Daraga Arcilla Social Hall

The Ricardo A. Arcilla Hall is located in the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Daraga, Albay. This was named after Dr. Ricardo A. Arcilla, the first (1st) President of Bicol University. The hall is old and the university is doing its best to preserve the original contents and structure.

BU Main Campus Patria Lorenzo Hall

The Patria Lorenzo Hall located in the Bicol University Main Campus survived through time. Dr. Patria G. Lorenzo, the third president who is a multi-awarded educator and leader was the inspiration in naming this hall.

BU Legazpi East Campus Social Hall

The East Campus Social Hall is located within the College of Engineering, in front of the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building. This place serves as the lounging place of the students who are waiting for their next class or meeting up with their bloc mates and friends.

BU Main Campus Chapel

The Campus Chapel is located in the Bicol university Main Campus, just few steps away from the Gate 1 (In front of 7 Eleven store). 12 o’ clock masses, “Simbang gabi” and thanks giving masses are held in this chapel. In a year, December is the busiest month for the staffs of the Campus Chapel. The Chapel is visited because a famous healer priest would conduct masses and healing sessions throughout the month.

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