Tahilan Residence and Study Center • Call 525 75-74


Brief History

Tahilan first opened as Tanglaw Residence Hall for young university women in the early ’70s on San Rafael Street in San Miguel, Manila. Years later, it moved to 2396 Leon Guinto and took the name “Tahilan”—signifying a beam used in bridge-building. Since then, Tahilan has become a home away from home, where residents are led to appreciate the true value of university life and authentic character development.