The campus has seven dormitories and apartments to house the students while enrolled in the university. There are three apartments, one for male students and two for ladies. In addition, there are four ladies dormitories supervised by faculty and staff matrons. These facilities provide free water and light at a minimal fee of seventy-five pesos (P75.00) a month.
The Office of Student Services and Welfare extends information, counseling, career guidance to students. The office is manned by a Guidance Counselor.
The Campus Clinic offers first aid medical services as well as dental services. Manned by a School Dentist and a Public School Nurse, it dispenses free medicines to treat common ailments of students and faculty. Serious cases are referred to in secondary and tertiary hospitals. Moreover, tooth extraction and dental treatment are provided at a minimal cost.
The Campus Library has a collection of 7230 volumes of books of different titles spread across the different disciplines. To cater to the needs of the different courses, there are books along agriculture, teacher education, information technology, hotel industry management, and political science.