These men’s (Pío XI) and women's (León XIII) residence halls are run by the Foundation Pablo VI, created by the Cardinal Ángel Herrera Oria in 1968, erected by the Holy See and recognized as a religious and charity-educational foundation by the State. It remains open all year round and it is conceived for people preparing competitive examinations, postgraduate students and students involved in research projects. Both are located in the University area.
They have single rooms with bathroom, Internet WiFi access, everyday cleaning service, laundry, dining hall and cafeteria (only the room is included in the price, although you can buy tickets for lunch and dinner), medical service… Other facilities offered are library, newspaper room, study rooms, music room, conference room, IT room, photography lab, auditorium (cinema and theatre), gym, sports court, etc. They organize study, cultural, social, sports and leisure activities. They also have a chapel and a university pastoral.