To be in college is to embrace exceptional education and holistic training, and at the same time, savor an ambiance of fresh and green environs that even spurs learning and makes it even more fun and relaxing. De La Salle University-Dasmariñas is the best venue for your professional preparation. DLSU-D offers an unconventional take on education and allows students to learn in an environment surrounded by nature and inculcates in them not only the Lasallian values of faith, zeal and service but also allows them to experience and participate in socially responsible projects throughout their stay in the university.
The main entrance of DLSU-D for students and personnel. The main landmark is the statue of St. La Salle at the center of the rotunda.
Upon entry at Gate 01, the rotunda where St. John Baptist de La Salle’s statue is situated will be the first sign that you are already inside DLSU-D. You can use this as a starting point to your tour of De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
A project of Parents’ Organization of La Salle Cavite (POLCA), the Ikot La Salle is a jeepney service that goes around the University’s 27-hectare campus for a minimal fare. Its terminal is situated at the beginning of the rotunda.
Gate 2 serves as one of the entry and exit points of De La Salle University-Dasmariñas for vehicles. It is the gate nearest Dasmariñas Bagong Bayan (area).
This two-storey structure is located nearest the Magpuri Gate (Gate 2) and houses the offices of the DLSU-D Cooperative and the Student Welfare and Formation Office (SWAFO) in the first floor. The second floor is dedicated for the offices and classrooms of the Language Learning Center (LLC).
Also situated near Gate 2, this two-storey building is home of the ICT Center on the first floor and laboratories of the Computer Studies Center in the second floor.
Hotel Rafael is a hotel situated within the DLSU-D campus. DLSU-D makes this accommodation available to faculty and students, as well as delegates of major workshops and events in venues within the University.
Also known as the Alumni Building, it houses the office of DLSU-D Alumni Association and the Risk, Compliance and Audit Office on the first floor as well as conference rooms, a multi-purpose hall and auditorium for University assemblies and events.
One of the first buildings you will encounter as you move towards the East Campus is the Mariano Alvarez Hall. This building houses the Buildings and Facilities Maintenance Office (BFMO).
This architectural landmark is situated in the East Campus and is one of the biggest college buildings in DLSU-D. It houses the College of Tourism and Hospitality Management as well as event venues like the Salreal Ballroom and the CTHM Courtyard. This building is shared by Senior High School students as well.
Tanghalang Julian Felipe is an auditorium for events like awards, workshops and seminars. It is situated as an extension of the JFH close to JFH parking area and near the rotunda.
The Julian Felipe Hall is the home of the College of Liberal Arts and Communication. Aside from classrooms, the building also has a radio laboratory, a media studio and speech laboratories for communication and liberal art students.
This building provides food options and caters to school supply needs of the Lasallian community in the East Campus. Located near the JFH and PCH Buildings, it is a quick landmark to spot from the entrance. The building also caters to the office of the Lasallian Community Development Center (LCDC) on the second floor.
The Paulo Campos Hall is the building used by the College of Science and Computer Studies (CSCS) and the CLAC. It is situated next to the Julian Felipe Hall right across National Bookstore and LCDC Building.
This structure was built to become the new home of student organizations in De La Salle University-Dasmariñas. In line with the vision of Brother President Augustine Boquer, the building will be completely funded by donations from sponsors.
Gate 4 serves as an auxiliary entry and exit point for vehicles and is the gate closest to the PCH, CSCS and Ayuntamiento Buildings.
The COS Building is the building situated nearest to the Magtagumpay Gate and serves the students of the CSCS. It also houses the laboratories for students majoring in Computer Studies as well department offices under CSCS.
The Botanical Garden is one of the landmark projects in De La Salle University-Dasmariñas that provides the community with a venue to enjoy nature. The garden is home to endemic butterfly and bird species because of its rich biodiversity. It can be found right across the Br. Gus Boquer FSC Cultural Heritage Complex but can also be accessed through the Lumina Bridge behind the Hotel Rafael.
The old Aklatan Building is a replica of Emilio Aguinaldo’s home in Kawit, Cavite and is now being used by the Office of the President and the Audio Visual Collection of the University. The old building also features two viewing rooms – the Luis Aguado and Eugenio Cabeza Rooms for viewing and seminars. The new building houses the University’s collection of books, periodicals, journals and other databases to aid research and serves as a conducive venue for students to study and complete their school requirements.
The Br. Gus Boquer FSC Cultural Heritage Complex features the Museo de Le Salle, which houses collections of items and relics from the 19th century Ilustrado period. Aside from antiques, it also features venues for lecture series and art exhibitions conducted in partnership with organizations involved in the preservation of arts and culture. Part of the Br. Gus Boquer FSC Cultural Heritage Complex is the University Chapel where spiritual activities and masses are held by the University.
The Lake Park consists of a stage in front of open grounds and is perfect for outdoor events like fairs, concerts and other activities. It is one of the original event areas and was often the venue for awarding rites, and the Kantahan, Tugtugan at Sayawan annual concert.
The Francisco Barzaga Hall is designated as the POLCA building for the parents’ organization of DLSU-D. It has an assembly area for gatherings and also features the parking area for Ikot La Salle jeepneys.
The University Square, also known as the Square Canteen marks the center of the East and West Campus and is known as the food hub of the University where various concessionaires offer a wide array of delicious treats to satisfy the community’s tastes.
Situated near the University Square, DLSU-D offers dormitory facilities for both male and female students. The dorms are managed by the Matron’s Office and is reserved on a first come, first served basis at the beginning of the school year.
The Felipe Calderon Hall is one of the buildings being used by the College of Education (COEd). It is a one-storey structure that houses classrooms and offices of the COEd and the Faculty Association.
The Ladislao Diwa Hall is also one of the buildings being utilized by the College of Education and is located right across the FCH. Both buildings are near the University Square and the Administration Building.
The Candido Tirona Hall are the connected buildings being used by the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology. It features laboratories and workshops, as well as facilities for engineering and architecture classes.
The building, named after a heroine of the revolution is alternatively known as the Administration Building is where Administrators’ Offices, Accounting, Human Resources, Registrar, Marketing, Office of Student Services and student organizations are located. This is where payment and documentation and other transactions are conducted.
Located across the Gregorio Montoya Hall, the Warehouse office is where the University’s inventory of supplies are stored. It also has a transaction area where students can purchase uniforms, thesis papers and other official merchandise.
This canteen, formerly occupied by the KND Diner now provides dining options for students, faculty and staff in the West Campus. You can find it easily along Acacia Road with its carabao landmark in front.
Considered as one of the main buildings in the West Campus, the College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA) is where students specializing in business, management, marketing and accountancy for undergraduate and graduate programs hold their classes and activities. It has its own laboratory too.
A facility managed by Campus Sustainability Office, it is a center for the University’s greening initiatives including a nursery for endemic bird species, a seedling nursery, and composting area.
Formerly the Palaruang La Salle which was a major venue of sports activities, the Ugnayang La Salle is now known as one of Cavite’s premiere locations for large events such as seminars, awarding and commencement rites.
This Olympic sized pool is the perfect venue for students’ Physical Education classes as well as swimming competitions.
Situated near Ugnayang La Salle, the track oval is available for use by the University’s students and personnel for exercise and training. The football field also provides a location for student athletes to train during the weekdays.
The DLSU-D Grandstand provides a place for audiences to watch sporting events as they happen. It also occasionally used as a venue for alternative classes when faculty and students opt to go outdoors for a different learning atmosphere.
The newly constructed buildings provides a separate campus for the schools Junior High School students. Aside from classrooms and laboratories, it has its own canteen, bookstore and clinic to cater to the needs of the students.
This transformation facility is part of the University’s advocacies to provide an alternative to detention centers to administer formation programs for youth in conflict with the law.
A housing facility for Brother Aspirants situated within the De La Salle University-Dasmariñas campus, this is where activities, reflection and training take place.
The facility is intended as a venue for house for prayer, spiritual renewal, conferences and business meetings. It also features accommodations for big groups making it a perfect location for spiritual activities and conferences.
Gate 3 is an entry and exit point for vehicles and is the nearest point of entry from the Aguinaldo Highway. It is located near Dasmariñas Park.