This is an overview of the learning hubs and services that are associated with the College of Social Sciences. These learning hubs provide a safe space for our students to receive basic student services and access to learning materials as well as electronic devise to utilize in their academic and educational endeavors.

The college also hosts the Social Sciences Research and Extension Institute as well as the College Lecture Series. You can check more information regarding our extension services here, and if you’re interested, you can see what kind of research the College does here.



              The CSS Audio-Visual Room and the Courtyard are open for events hosted by the university and the campus student organizations. The AVR is frequently used for lectures, seminars and workshops, and after, the participants are able to enjoy a coffee break and some snacks in the Courtyard.

         The AVR has its own wi-fi network that reaches the entire courtyard. Tables and chairs are provided in the courtyard for students to attend their online classes, catch up on readings, and simply complete school work.  


The Museo Kordilyera is UP Baguio’s ethnographic museum dedicated to the preservation and enrichment of the indigenous cultures of the Cordillera Administrative Region. It is a repository of the tangible and intangible culture of the Cordillera, a vital learning resource. A ‘living museum’.


The mission of the UP Baguio Library is to sustain the scholarly and information needs of its students, faculty, and staff. It shall provide relevant and up-to-date information materials and services in support of the academic, research, and extension programs of the University. Recognizing the University’s ethnic and interdisciplinary thrusts in its academic programs, the Library shall strive to be the lead information resource center on the Cordillera in the Region.


The Archives houses the papers of Robert B. Fox, Sr., Laurence Lee Wilson, Howard Fry, Armando Malay, Augustus Saboy, Otto Scheerer, Jules De Raedt, Fay Dumagat, and the Cordillera Mass Movement Archives. Also among its collections are thousands of photographs that showcase the history and culture of the Cordillera. Aware of the need to preserve the Archives collection for posterity, the Archives has exerted efforts to comply with technical standard requirements in the preservation and conservation of documents by digitizing the collection, using archival supplies, equipment and storage containers.


The Center caters exclusively to the information and research needs of graduate students. It is located on the 3rd floor of the Isabelo de Los Reyes building.

Photo taken from CordiTex Facebook Page


The Cordillera Textiles Project (CordiTex) is a multi-disciplinary research project that combines different approaches in the social and natural sciences in analyzing traditional textiles, and how they are transformed in the contemporary period.