Campus tours can always be arranged. Just drop by the Information Desk located at the lobby of each campus to request for a tour or obtain general information about USC. The Information Desk is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can also take a peek at particular areas of each campus through a virtual tour or a campus map of the four campuses of USC.
The University of San Carlos (USC) is composed of four campuses: the Main Campus, the Talamban Campus, the North Campus, and the South Campus. The Main Campus of the University is in P. del Rosario Street at the heart of Cebu City. The Arthur Dingman Building (formerly known as the Administration Building), where the administration and academic offices are found, is in this campus. Towards the rear of the campus is the Archbishop Gabriel Reyes Building which houses most of the classrooms, lecture, and seminar rooms.
The Talamban Campus, located in Nasipit, Talamban, approximately six kilometers from the Cebu City, occupies nearly a hundred hectares. It is a hilly campus endowed with ample greenery and open spaces. The USC Technological Center; the Philip van Engelen Building (formerly known as the AS Building); the College of Architecture and Fine Arts Building; the Robert Hoeppener Building (formerly known as Health Sciences Building); the Science and Mathematics Education Department Building; the Church of St. Arnold and St. Joseph, and the Retreat House are all found here.
Now offering programs for Pre-Elementary, Elementary, and Secondary co-eds, the North Campus is located in General Maxilom Avenue (formerly Mango Avenue), which is about a kilometer north of the Main Campus. It has a library-auditorium called the Edward Norton Hall and a gymnasium.
Also a co-ed learning community, the South Campus is located in J. Alcantara Street (formerly P. Del Rosario Extension), which is about a kilometer south of the Main Campus. The College of Education occupies the Teacher Education Center (TEC) in this campus. It shares the campus with the Pre-Elementary, Elementary, and Secondary students. The Rudolf Rahmann Cultural Center is also located in this campus.
Come this way to take a tour of any of the four USC campuses: