Located on a 7-hectare property along McArthur Highway in Bulacan, Centro Escolar University Malolos campus is the first branch in the CEU system to be established outside the boundaries of Metro Manila. The school’s founders envisioned a premier institution on the northern part of Luzon that would deliver the same quality education that empowers the youth of the city to aspiring students in the provinces.
Aside from continued curriculum upgrading and facilities improvement, a mini-hotel called Ada Hotel (nickname of co-foundress Doña Librada Avelino) was built for the practicum needs of the Hotel and Restaurant Management students in Malolos. It is a replication of a 5-star hotel facility with suites and a cafeteria. A gymnasium called Centrodome, with a seating capacity of 5,000 people, was also built to promote sports development in Bulacan area.
The academic programs of CEU Malolos have also been re-accredited level 3 by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP). Together with the collective efforts of the schools and colleges of the Manila campus, CEU Malolos has applied for international accreditation with the International Standards Organization. Acquiring ISO certification is another affirmation of the quality educational services that Centro Escolar University provides.
Over the years, the University has steadily developed its Malolos campus with the thrust of expanding its services to the northern part of the country. Today, the Malolos campus inspires and produces leaders, movers and professionals in various industries around the world.