Chemical Engineering Laboratory (ChEL)
The ChEL serves as a venue for training Chemical Engineering students in practical applications of principles and theories of Unit Operations. It houses the pilot plant for alcohol distillation from molasses and also includes equipment for Flow of Fluids, Flow of Heat, Evaporation, Filtration, Sedimentation, Drying, Size Reduction, Fluidization, Agitation and Mixing.
Electronics and Communications Engineering Laboratory (ECEL)
The ECE Laboratory serves the needs of the Electronics and Communications Engineering and the Computer Engineering programs. It has the facilities and equipment necessary for students to perform laboratory exercises in Circuits, Electronics, Energy Conversion, Industrial Electronics, and Communications.
Experimental Psychology Laboratory
The Experimental Psychology Laboratory offers a venue for students to acquire knowledge and skills on the five basic designs of the experimental method through experiential learning. It is equipped with various instruments such as a biofeedback monitor, a genetic traits test, a reaction time kit, a human handedness test, T mazes and tracing mirrors used in experiments that cover a wide array of topics.
The Geomatics Laboratory, under the auspices of the College of Engineering, was acquired through the GEOTECH CENSOPHIL project of the University of St. La Salle with the European Union Asia IT&C programme. Primarily, it is a venue for capacity building of the Engineering faculty and students through the integration of Geomatics technology in relevant courses. It seeks to increase use of geomatics methodologies by other sectors of the University through research and outreach programs. It also provides access to GIS practitioners of the government, non-government and private partners of the University.
Health Science Laboratories
The Health Science Laboratories serve the needs of the College of Medicine and have three separate fully equipped laboratories, namely: Bio-Chemistry and Pharmacology, Physiology and Pathology, and Anatomy.
Hospitality Management Laboratories
The HM Culinary Laboratory has three air-conditioned hot and cold kitchens equipped with state of the art facilities and a bar where students are trained in cooking, table-skirting, table setting, serving, and bartending.
The Salon Delasalle is composed of a linen room, a front office and lobby, and two airconditioned hotel suites with complete amenities which serve as a practice area for hotel management courses.
Materials Engineering Laboratory
The Materials Engineering Laboratory is equipped with apparatus and instruments needed for determination of physical, mechanical and metallurgical properties of materials. It has specialized equipment for characterization of materials such as Differential Scanning Calorimeter, microscope equipped with camera, compression testing machine and hardness tester.
The Medialab provides various multi-media production equipment for students enrolled in AB Communication. It is equipped with editing machines for film and audio-visual projects. For other media-related work, it has a desktop computer with printer and scanner, 32” LCD TV with home theatre, video camera and portable recorders. The laboratory also has a mini-conference room for student group discussions.
Microprocessor and Digital Laboratory (MDL)
The MDL is furnished with equipment for microprocessor systems required in both the Electronics and Communications Engineering and Computer Engineering curricula.
The Music Room of the College of Education serves as the laboratory for all theoretical and applied music courses of the MAPEH Program (Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health). It also hosts classes in music literature of the West as well as Asia.
Nursing Arts Laboratories
The Nursing Arts Laboratories provide simulated hospital set-up complete with basic facilities that will enable students to develop skills in the performance of basic nursing procedures. It has an amphitheater equipped with LCD projectors and TV-VCR sets where student nurses can review procedures and treatments.
Located at the Health and Science Campus, the Nutrition Laboratory is an air-conditioned facility equipped with tools and equipment where students can apply knowledge and skills learned in basic nutrition, including planning, preparing and serving nutritious and therapeutic diets.
The Science Laboratories serve the basic science requirements of all curricula. These laboratories are fully stocked and equipped for laboratory instruction and experiments in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and General Science.
The Speech Laboratory is equipped with facilities that assist students in improving their proficiency in oral communication, particularly in public speaking.
Wireless Communications Laboratory
The Wireless Communications Laboratory, donated by SMART Communications for the use of Electronics and Communications Engineering students, is composed of a GSM active cell-site, TACS Radio Base Station, and analog and digital communication equipment currently used in the telecommunication industry.