Moncloa is a men’s residence hall located in the University district, attached to Universidad Complutense de Madrid and founded in 1943 with the support of San Josemaría Escrivá (Founder of the Prelature of Opus Day) in a Christian education project.
The residence follows an educational project inspired in the Christian religion. They offer accommodation and a comprehensive programme of cultural activities and academic and vocational guidance as a complement to university studies. They offer single and triple rooms furnished with desk, shelves, wardrobe and locker with everyday cleaning service (except Sundays). Bed linen and towels are provided by the residence. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included (from Monday to Sunday). Weekly dry-cleaner and laundry service.
Some of the facilities offered by the centre are two study rooms/libraries, lounge, computer room, WiFi access in the common areas, sports facilities like courts and swimming pool, chapel and mass service, assembly hall, etc.