1.Pagadian City Main Campus

The Southeast Asian Institute Pagadian City Main Campus sits right at the heart of Pagadian City. Located at 173 Marcelo Dablo Road, Lower Dao Pagadian City . It can be easily accessed via private vehicle or public transport. It is within walking distance from major Banks, Government Offices, Churches and Pharmacies.

The Southeast Asian Institute Main Campus is now the biggest private school campus in the entire province. It features 6 standard classrooms, a Photography Studio, Audio Production Room, an Animation Studio, Software Laboratories, Lounge and Business Center, Gymnasium, and Administrative Office.

Classrooms are airconditioned and WiFI connection is available in the entire campus. Students in the Institute can access the internet for free 24/7  and can print and photocopy documents for free through self-service printing stations.

2.Oroquieta City Laboratory Extension

The Southeast Asian Institute recently opened its City Proper Laboratory Extension to address the lack of Internet Connectivity in the Oroquieta Main Campus. It features a Photography Studio, a Computer Laboratory, a Shared Workspace Lounge and a Lecture and Research Room. It will primarily cater students in Digital Arts and Advanced Information Technology as well as Senior High School Students.

3.Oroquieta City Main Campus

The Oroquieta City Main  Campus is located 12 kilometers from the Oroquieta City proper along the national highway. It features a 39-hectare fruit and crop farm including a student dorm, a classroom, upland fishponds and a Winery Production Facility.

Campus Radio Station

In 2021, the Southeast Asian Institute Oroquieta City Campus will be launching its Campus Radio, a low-power FM Radio Station that will serve both as a platform for alternative learning delivery as an real-world laboratory for its Broadcasting/ Multimedia Programs.

4. Southeast Asian Institute Metro Manila Branch

By 2022, the Southeast Asian Institute will be opening its School of Design and Arts Campus in Metro Manila.

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