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Residence Hall Area and Church of The Gesu

Further down Father Masterson Drive are Alingal Hall, the Cervini-Eliazo Residence Halls (dormitories for men and women), the Church of the Gesu, the John Pollock Renewal Center, and the University Dormitory. The Church of the Gesu holds 1,000 people and features a nineteen-bell carillon. Behind the Church of the Gesu are the Cervini-Eliazo Residence Halls and University Dormitory that have a combined capacity of more than 800 beds. The John Pollock Renewal Center is used for retreats and workshops.

All the residence halls have a commanding view of the Marikina Valley and the Sierra Madre.

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