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Universidad Católica has four campuses located in different areas of Santiago and one in Villarrica:


Casa Central: Av. Alameda 340, Santiago
Lo Contador Campus: El Comendador 1916, Providencia
Oriente Campus: Av. Jaime Guzmán Errázuriz 3300, Providencia
San Joaquín Campus: Av. Vicuña Mackenna 4860, Macul
Villarrica Campus: Bernardo O'Higgins 501, Villarrica

 

Casa Central
Av. Alameda 340, Santiago
Lo Contador Campus
El Comendador 1916, Providencia

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The first and main building of the University was originally designed by Ignacio Cremonesi, however, it was completed by his student, Emilia Jequier in 1912. Because of its grandeur, it was nicknamed the "University Palace", and since then, the Senior Management and many Faculties have used it.


• A plot of 32,336 m2 and 47705 m2 of building.
• It has 31 buildings, 4 faculties and 3,313 students.

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An old manor from the 18th century built around the same time as other important landmarks in Santiago, such as the Calicanto Bridge. Its main building is a National Landamark and it is part of the architectural heritage of Santiago. Since 1958, it has been the home to the University's Faculty of Architecture.


• A plot of 15,200 m2 and 11,886 m2 of building.
• It has 11 buildings, 1 faculty and 1,527 students.

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Oriente Campus
Av. Jaime Guzmán Errázuriz 3300, Providencia
San Joaquín Campus
Av. Vicuña Mackenna 4860, Macul

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Built in 1934 and bought by the University from the Congregation of French Nuns in the 70's (1971), it is the home of Humanities and Arts programs.


• A plot of 58,495 m2 and 22,885 m2 of building.
• It has 9 buildings, 3 faculties and 650 students.

 

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In 1891, the San Joaquín Campus became part of the University's estate. This campus was the legacy of Honoria Gandarillas from the Chacra Macul (the first farm in Macul and San Joaquín) of around 202 acres. In the 60's it was developed into a college town and it has followed the same path since.
• A plot of 506,176 m2 and 124,133 m2 of building.
• It has 63 buildings, 10 faculties, the College Program, and has 13,823 students.

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Villarrica Campus
O'Higgins 501, Villarrica

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The Villarrica Regional Campus is divided between two different campuses:


Paul Wevering Campus: at O'Higgins 501, Villarrica. Here most activities related to academic programs, management and financial affairs are carried out. It has modern classrooms, laboratories, workshops, a gym, dining hall, library, and an ethnographic Mapuche museum.
Afunalhue Campus - Camino Villarrica - Lican Ray km 18, La Ruka hostel: Here most activities related to the Adult Education Program, Rural Development, along with extracurricular and complementary activities are carried out. It also has housing options and food services for up to 70 people.

 

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