I visited this place with my mom a few months ago. It’s located inside a former train station on De Haro street and can’t be seen from the outside, I had no clue that it was there. Apparently, this is a very prestigious school and judging from the dismissive attitude of the librarian, is must be. She wouldn’t talk to me nor answer my questions and all but practically kicked us out. She was reading (studying maybe?) and seemed irritated by our presence. For starters, she prohibited me from taking pictures, then she asked us to be quiet even though the library was completely devoid of people. Whatever, I just snapped a few more shots and left.
From the scant information that I could get out of the Librarian, the college wasn’t open to the general public, you had to be invited to attend. A little off putting since I’m not much for exclusive learning institutions, my commitment to the free dissemination of knowledge and all. The mini self-tour wasn’t a complete loss however, I got a lot of decent shots.
There was a lecture hall, a library across the hall and a working acupuncture room at the opposite end of the building. I didn’t take any pictures of the acupuncture room since people were being treated in there and did not want to infringe upon their privacy.
So, here are the pictures that I collected from our little jaunt to the former train station and the college contained in it. Wish I had more to tell you but as I said, questions were not very welcome. Enjoy!