Together with a commitment to provide accessible and quality education to everyone, De La Salle Araneta University has heavily invested in infrastructure projects to make instruction and learning more conducive for its faculty and students over the years. These projects also reflect the university’s goal to facilitate the pursuit of new knowledge through research and community engagement.
The Veterinary Medicine School Building was built in 2014 to provide for additional classrooms for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program and to offer affordable, convenient, and secure living spaces to students and partners from the university.
Constructed in 2009, the 739 sq. m. four-storey new Veterinary Medicine Hospital houses two classrooms and two laboratories for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program.
Hotel De La Salle is a three-storey, fully-functional facility that was transformed from a veterinary clinic into a mini hotel in 2012. The
The Forum is a fully-air-conditioned, glass-paneled multi-purpose hall that is utilized for presentation of academic dissertations and conduct of paper conferences. With an area of 150 sq. m., the venue can accommodate 120 people.
Completed in 2015, the Performing Arts Hall is a 150 sq. m. state-of-the-art, multimedia hall.
The Institutional Activity Center has a total area of 1 089 sq. m. and a capacity for 2 000 people.
The University Swimming Pool, constructed in 1979, was renovated in 2016. It is a five-lane, short course indoor-type pool with a maximum depth of 10 feet.
The Track and Field Oval, with a total area of 10 000 sq. m., includes a 300 m.–track and the smallest dimensions allowed for a soccer field
Located beside the Track and Field Oval is the Mini-Amphitheatre, an outdoor venue for musical and theatrical performances.