Student Services and Facilities

SPUQC has maximized every available space on campus to broaden the interests and serve the many needs of our students. Our living up to being “all to all” means we invested on facilities to enable everyone to achieve his or her greatest potential.  We believe growth has no boundaries.

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We categorized the facilities into avenues for student services and those for use in academics and extra curricular activities.  Follow the boxes below to get a glimpse of what each facility represents.

Services and Facilities

The School Health Services Center

Located at the heart of the university campus, it is made accessible to all.  It is adequately manned by qualified and competent staff. The unit is divided into the following areas: a Nurse’s Station, a treatment area, a Medical Clinic, a Dental Clinic, a six-bed ward for female patients, a 3-bed ward for male patients, and two wash rooms.

The clinic is open Monday to Friday from 7AM to 5 PM, and on Saturday from 8AM-5PM. Emergency calls after 5PM are responded to by resident Sister nurses.

Science Laboratories

These are located on 3/F of St. Paul Building facing Gilmore Avenue and 3rd Street. It is manned by a Laboratory Instructor.

Communications Center or Instructional Media Center

Made up of two audio-visual rooms (AVR), radio and TV production studies, a speech laboratory and Fr. James B. Reuter, SJ Theater, this media centre provides the equipment for enhancing fully the modern means of communication.

CC/IMC is open from 7AM to 5PM daily, Mondays to Saturdays with noon break.


School supplies and P.E. uniforms are ordered and claimed here.  The bookstore is opened at most times from 7AM to 5PM with no noon break.

Ladies Dormitory

Better known as Mere Maria Home, it is a  residence on campus for SPUQC female students.  Applications are on a first come, first served basis.

University Library

The resources and services of SPUQC library support the academic programs of the University.  It uses the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) and the Patron Student Monitoring System (PSAMS).

The library is located on the entire 2/f of the St. Paul Building facing Gilmore Avenue and 3rd Street.  It is open daily, Mondays to Fridays from 7AM-6PM and on Saturdays from 7AM-5PM.

Sports Facilities

P.E. facilities, dressing and locker rooms are under the office of the Vice President for Administration. A junior Olympic-sized swimming pool provides a venue for the physical development of the students. Request for approval for its use is obtained from the ADSO.

Guidance Center

The services offered are as follows: information, individual inventory, counseling, testing, career development, evaluation and research, and student recruitment.

The Guidance Center is open from Monday to Saturday from 8AM to 5PM.

Life Inside SPUQC Campus

There are additional featured facilities that are unique to SPUQC.

SPUQC Gets ISO 9001:2015 Certification: How It Translates to Quality Education

After a two-day re-certification audit with upgrade on February 8-9, 2018, St. Paul University Quezon City was awarded with ISO 9001:2015 Certificate by TUV Rheinland.

The scope of the audit is on the “Design, Development and Implementation of Academic and Non-academic Services within the University.”  The certificate is valid from April 1, 2018 until March 31, 2021.

The audit team led by Mr. Rafael T. Magsino, with Mr. John Francis Faustorilla, Jr. and Ms. Abigail Salomon as members, verified the effectiveness of SPUQC’s management system by sampling approach, by conducting interviews with the auditees and by reviewing the appropriate documentation.

Based on the findings, the audit revealed that SPUQC complies with ISO 9001:2015 standards with zero nonconformity.  In additon, the auditors also commended the following positive findings:

1. Management:  SPUQC was awarded Autonomous Status by CHED on May 18, 2017.

2. Facility Continual Improvement:  SPUQC renovated the HRM Laboratory, Hot Kitchen, Cold Kitchen, Basement parking and relocated the ICT Laboratory to a more strategic and accessible location.  The institution also provided a mobile phone charging station.

3. Library:  The University Library acquired new books from Singapore and replaced the old chairs.

4. Classroom Observation (Grade 12 St Gabriel):  The interesting assignment for class management provided the opportunity to delegate/encourage room management tasks.

As opportunities for improvement, 23 recommendations were provided by the audit team to further improve the management system of SPUQC.

Having been ISO-certified since March 2003, the members of the administration and the lay managers welcomed the recommendations offered by the external auditor with high hopes and enthusiasm. (Cristina Price, SPUQC Quality Assurance Officer)