The Institute of Research and Community Service

The Institute of Research and Community Service is actually the merger of two institutions, the Research and the Community Service Centers. This institute has historically undergone several name changes. In 1954, it was named the Institute of Educational Research (Lembaga Penyelidikan Pendidikan) before it was changed into Training Centre for Educational Research (Balai Latihan Penelitian Pendidikan) on October 1, 1963. In 1984, it was changed into the Research Institute whereas The Community Service Center was officially established in 1976 based on the Decree of IKIP Bandung Rector No. 262/Sp. Pst/AK/1976.

In 2009, based on the Rector Decree No. 1051/H.40/KL/2009, and to provide a more effective and integrated university tri-dharma (three core businesses; teaching, research, and community service), these two centers were merge into the Institute of Research and Community Service. This merger is expected to effectively strengthen the roles the university as an academic institute to synergize the researchers and community. Research findings identified by university academics should be able to empower the community at large. 

Currently, the Institute of Research and Community Service is chaired by

  • Professor Ahman as the Head, and
  • Dr. Yadi Ruyadi as the Secretary.

They are assisted by advice commission, expert staff, domestic sections, and some centers; societal empowerment, students’ community service development and management, research and development of educational policy, research and applied science, technology, art and culture, as well as woman study and demography.

Vision and Mission

This institute envisions to be pioneering and outstanding in research and community service. To achieve this vision, the institute manages;


To develop the position and function of the Institute of Research and Community Service as a university support to achieve the university vision, missions, and objectives in the research and community service areas, as well as both national and international publications;


To improve the research and community service management to achieve high productivity;


To equip lecturers with necessary research skills and relevant application of community services so that they can yield intellectual properties disseminated to the society;


To achieve an integrated and inter-supporting University Tridarma of teaching, research, and community service;


To produce research which can create and develop educational theories, practices, and other innovative and local wisdom-based disciplines;


To build an independent institute of research and community service as a profit-making unit through networking with both domestic and international stakeholders;


To nurture the culture of research and community service among the university academics;


To organize research-based community services for community welfare.


Finally, as a university integral part, this institute is expected to be able to develop, disseminate, and enhance the quality of research and community service as an effort to develop learning activities. Hence, the Institute of Research and Community Service is assigned to plan, administer, develop, and evaluate research and community service activities. Given this mandate, and with a synergized and sustainable university support, this institute should be able to serve to the fullest in developing research for social welfare.


Institute of Research and Community Service

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 229 Bandung

Telephone       : +62 022-2002007

Business Management and Development Agency

This agency, called BPPU (Badan Pengelolaan dan Pengembangan Usaha) serves to coordinate, manage and develop university business enterprises as an essential income generation unit. It was established in line with the legal status that the Indonesian government has granted to Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia as a public university with special autonomy (PTN BH). This unit is structured under the Vice Rector for research, partnership and business. With this self-government status, the university has a more flexible way of seeking sources of revenue so that it can have a more independent and sustainable financial capacity. The revenue sources come from business units both commercial and academic which include partnership and joint-venture. Along with the increasing importance of management control system as stated in the university strategic plan (2016-2020), this mediocre level management body becomes more important for the university that its position equals to Directorate or Bureau. In more details, the main job of this body includes managing and developing various university revenues coming from business and commercial units, university endowment, donations, grants and other revenue sources.

In the period of 2016-2020, BPPU is chaired by Dr. Nugraha, assisted by Professor Uyu Wahyudin as the head of partnership division, and Dr. Nani Sutarni, the head of business division.

To have more reliable financial sustainability and self-sufficiency, at the moment, the university has various business units which include 35 business commercial units, 11 academic business units. So far, as a result of better management of business enterprises, these commercial business enterprises have generated as much as IDR 60 billion income and earned IDR 135 billion from partnership and other business enterprises.

In general, based on university organization structure, this body has the following functions:

  1. Designing plans and programs
  2. Making analysis of legislation regulation, government policy, and the policy of University Rector related to the management and development of university business.
  3. Making technical policy related to management, development, control, and founding business units in UPI.
  4. Coordinating, controlling and developing all university business units.
  5. Organizing concept and executing partnership and business development with various parties.
  6. Coordinating business implementation of academic expertise with Faculty, university regional campuses, Post-graduate School, Research Institution, and Institute of Research and Community Service (LPPM)
  7. Managing business income on the basis of Good Corporate Governance principles.
  8. Planning and forming law organization for university business development
  9. Monitoring and evaluating its own performance
  10. Providing periodic reports to Rector through Vice Rector for research, partnership, and business.

In accordance with its designated functions, BPPU has two divisions: (1) Partnership and development of university business, and; (2) Management, control, and development of university internal business. The focus of partnership and university business development includes:

  • Making guidelines for partnership and development of university business;
  • Implementing business development based on relevant expertise and supporting business;
  • Planning and executing partnership and development of business with various relevant parties;
  • Monitoring and evaluating the work performance of partnership and business development;
  • Reporting the activities of partnership and business development division.


Meanwhile, the functions of management, control, and development of university internal business are as follow:

  • Explaining the technical policy in the form of guidelines for management, control, and development of university internal business;
  • Planning and executing, developing, and controlling the university internal business;
  • Planning and executing, controlling, and developing business on the basis of relevant expertise;
  • Monitoring and evaluating the performance of business management and control division.


Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 University Center Level 1

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Telephone : +62 22 2011240

Email : bppu@upi.edu

More detail information about this body is accessible at bppu.upi.edu


The Directorate of Student Affairs is a university unit responsible for organizing and coordinating the activities of students’ organizations, achievement and welfare programs, as well as cooperation and alumni relations. This directorate chaired by a director and assisted by three division heads. Currently, the Director is Dr. Mupid Hidayat, assisted by Ms. Ani Herjani as Head of Student Affairs and Welfare Division, Dr. Joni Rahmat Pramudia, Head of Student Organization Development Division, and Dr. Sandey Tantra Paramitha, Head of Cooperation and Alumni Relations Division.                              

Each division at the Directorate of Student Affairs is responsible for different main duties as follows. The Student Organization Development Division is responsible for organizing and monitoring student’s organization development activities. In practice, it collects, processes, and analyzes the data of student organizations; drafts rules and regulations regarding student organization activities, the facilities and infrastructure needs for student organization activities, as well as prepares the monitoring instruments of its implementation; carries out some affairs to grant licenses or recommendations regarding students’ organization activities as well as monitors, collects, processes, and evaluates students’ activity implementation; manages to organize scientific meetings and to organize student organization developments.

Meanwhile, The Student Affairs and Student Welfare Program Development Division is responsible for implementing the activities of Student Affairs and Student Welfare Program Development. This division collects, processes, analyzes the data of students’ affairs and welfare programs; drafts the rules and regulations of students’ affairs and welfare program as well as prepares the monitoring instruments for students’ program implementation; manages the implementation of the selection of outstanding students, student research proposals and other scientific activity proposals, scholarship offers and all assistances for students.

Finally, The Cooperation and Alumni Relations Division is responsible for carrying out cooperation and alumni relations activities. The division focuses on preparing the plans and work programs of the Cooperation and Alumni Relations Division; formulating policies and guidelines for cooperation and alumni relations; implementing and coordinating cooperation and alumni relations activity programs; developing domestic cooperation with government and non-government institutions, entrepreneurship sectors, and alumni; carrying out the monitoring and evaluation of the cooperation and alumni relations programs; and reporting the activities of Cooperation and Alumni Relations Division to the Director of Directorate of Student Affairs.


Gedung Biro Akademik dan Kemahasiswaan

Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 229 Bandung

Telp   : 022-

Email : dir_akademik@upi.edu


Human Resource Directorate


Human Resource Directorate is a university unit responsible for human resource recruitment and development. The directorate is in charge of organizing human resources development and empowerment, remuneration and human resources welfare. Based on Board of Trustees Decree UPI No. 21/TAP/MWA UPI 2007, this directorate consists of two divisions and one section. Currently, the Director of this unit is Dr. Sahroni, who is assisted by Ms. Eka D. R. Suminar as the head of recruitment of human resource development division, Mr. Indra Tjahya Thasuka, the head of welfare and empowerment division, and Mr. Yuda Sukmawan, the head of domestic affair section.  


This human resource directorate is responsible in organizing activity plan in human resources; managing, coordinating, and evaluating the human resource procurement, development, empowerment, remuneration, and welfare; systematizing human resources administration; and reporting the duties and responsibilities in human resources to the Rector through Vice Rector for Finance, Resources and General Administration.

Division of Human Resource Development

Meanwhile, the Division of Human Resources Development in in charge of organizing procurement, placement, and human resources development. It organizes the needs of human resources, withdrawal and placement; managing education and training programs; career development program, promotion; reporting the duties and responsibilities to the Vice Rector of Finance and Resources through Directorate of Human Resources Development.

Division of Human Resources Empowerment, Remuneration and Welfare

The division is in charge of human resources empowerment, remuneration, and welfare. It manages human resource data; evaluate the work place and load of HR tasks and work performance of employees; organizes human resources empowerment to enhance individual, organizational, and team work performance; maintaining employee program to refine work condition and services; analyzes and manages remuneration program; honorarium and incentive programs to motivate and enhance work performance; welfare programs such as health services, legal support; and reports all the duties regarding human empowerment program, remuneration, and human resources welfare to the director.

Domestic Affair Section

This section is in charge of managing secretarial tasks, logistics, finance, staffing, occupational health and safety. It arranges annual home budget and activity plan; archives outgoing and incoming documents; accommodates programs; composes and distributes office stationary and facilities; arranges annual planning and budget; official travels; occupational health and safety; and reports all responsibilities to the director of human resources directorate.


Gedung Biro Akademik dan Administrasi Keuangan


Directorate Of Planning and Development

The Planning and Development Directorate serves to organize and coordinate the development of programs as well as their organization and management, under the Vice Rector for planning, development and information system. Based on the Government Regulation No. 15 of 2014 on university structure, the Planning and Development Directorate has two divisions: Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report; and Institutional Development and Strengthening. The Directorate consists of one Director, two Divisional Heads, and 11 staff members as follows.

Dr. Danny Meirawan

Head of the Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report Division
Mr. Agus Mawan Giarto

Head of the Institutional Development and Strengthening Division
Ms. Henny Sumartini


The Directorate envisions to promote quality planning and development in supporting UPI as a Leading and Outstanding University. To achieve this mission, the directorate manages to undertake appropriate and comprehensive planning based on university strategic plan; coordinate, integrate, and synchronize the university planning and development; optimize, evaluate, and control program implementation; improve statistic data processing and report for quality planning; and improve the capacity of university planning and development.

Meanwhile, this directorate has the follosing functions;

  1. Setting work plans and programs of Planning and Development Directorate;
  2. Analyzing university policies in the fields of planning and development, and provisions of the legislations;
  3. Collecting, processing, and analyzing planning and development data;
  4. Planning and implementing developmental program activities in planning and development managements;
  5. Implementing and coordinating planning programs and activities;
  6. Setting the university performance reports in the middle and end of the year;
  7. Developing and improving the quality assurance in organization and management planning and development;
  8. Monitoring and evaluating the implementation of planning and development activities; and
  9. Reporting the activities of the Directorate to the Rector via the Vice Rector for Planning, Development, and Information System on a regular basis.

In addition, the Directorate has the authorities to create internal work team to undertake the duties and functions; make decisions and policies in accordance with the duties, functions, and work areas; execute policies related to planning and development in accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations; and control, monitor, coordinate, and train internal human resources.

Meanwhile, the main duties of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report Division are to organize the development of planning, monitoring, evaluation, and report programs. For this, the division is in charge of;

  1. Setting up work plans and programs of the division;
  2. Compiling university documents in the field of planning, monitoring, evaluation, and report, and the provisions of the legislation;
  3. Compiling and setting up work plans and programs, monitoring, evaluation, and report in each work unit;
  4. Setting up work plans and programs, monitoring, evaluation, and report of university performance;
  5. Monitoring and evaluating the program implementation activities for each work unit;
  6. Collecting data, processing, and making university reports;
  7. Administering the activities of planning, monitoring, evaluation, and report;
  8. Setting up the activity reports of the division;
  9. Documenting the implementation of planning, monitoring, evaluation, and report activities; and
  10. Reporting the division activities to the Director;

Finally, the Institutional Development and Strengthening Division works to implement university strategic policies in developing and strengthening the institutions. For this purpose, the division;

  1. Sets up work plans and programs of the division;
  2. Compiles the university policy documents in the field of institutional development and strengthening, and the provisions of the legislation;
  3. Collects, processes, and analyzes data in institutional development and strengthening;
  4. Sets up the master plan of university development;
  5. Reviews the proposals for opening, renaming, and closing work units;
  6. Sets up the instruments of work unit effectiveness;
  7. Reports the activities of the division to the Director on a regular basis.


Address                : Jln Dr. Setiabudhi No 229 Bandung 40154 Gedung BAAK UPI Lantai II

e-mail    : dit-renbang@upi.edu

website                : http://dit-renbang.upi.edu

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Directorate

General Information

ICT Directorate was established on July 6th 2007 based on Rector Decree No.37892/H40/KL/2007. This directorate is actually the merger of various ICT divisions at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia such as UPT UPInet, UPT Puskom, UPT P3MP, and UPT Pendilkom. This merger aims to create a more effective, efficient and integrated ICT management which has become the backbone in various university activities so that it can have a transparent and accountable university governance.

The ICT Directorate is committed to provide an effective, efficient, accountable, and transparent technological basis to support the practice of Higher Education Tri Dharma (three core businesses); Education, Research, and Community Services. This directorate manages to support the university to have strong national competitiveness as well as to achieve the global goal of becoming a World Class University. As such, ICT has been an important aspect of university strategic plan which focuses, one of which, on achieving efficiency without violating human values.

The Directorate supports the practice of humanistic management efficiency. Developed ICT system is expected to raise the dignity and values of university stakeholders with the creation of more qualified and efficient public services to meet human needs in this global and competitive era. The university ICT system is developed towards an integrated system which enables to make this campus life more dynamic to open up opportunities for world ranking university.


Vision and Mission

The directorate envisions to have ICT as the university backbone in achieving academic and management excellence. To achieve this mission, the directorate manages to design and build strategic ICT mapping at the university wide as well as its required infrastructure; provide technical and non-technical services; education and training, provide professionals in information systems; increase and utilize various facilities in improving university independence; establish mutual cooperation with various parties; and design and implement safety procedures for ICT uses.


Duties and Functions

In general, ICT Directorate is in charge of implementing and coordinating ICT development. For this purpose, it arranges work plan and program; analyzes university ICT Policies and legislations; collects, processes and analyzes ICT data; implements ICT management programs; builds and develops ICT infrastructure as university data center; develop, provide, and implement ICT-based information system; serves both technical and non-technical services; performs ICT-based research, education, training, and community services; develop and improving quality assurance; monitors and evaluates ICT activities; and makes an annual and comprehensive directorate report.



ICT Directorate has three divisions and two sections. It is currently chaired by Professor Wawan Setiawan as director. He is assisted by Mr. M. Riky Saadilah as the Head of Infrtastructure Divison,  Mr. Asep Wahyudin, the Head of Information System, Mr. Nurfitriansyah, the Head of Services and Digital Learning Division. As for sections, Domestic Affair is coordinated by Mr. Akub Saputra whereas Quality Assurance is coordinated by Mr. Yudi Wahyudi.



ICT Directorate (Direktorat TIK)

Jl Dr Setiabudhi 229 Bandung 40154

Phone 022-2013163-20113164 Pes. 2219-2222 Fax 022-2013651

e-mail  : direktorat_tik@upi.edu or  layanan-tik@upi.edu

WEBSITE http://dit-tik.upi.edu/


Directorate of Academic Affairs

Directorate of Academic Affairs is a university unit in charge of managing and coordinating academic development and services as well as educational professions and other professional services.

This directorate has three divisions and three sections. Currently, the directorate is chaired by Dr. rer. nat. Asep Supriatna as the Director, assisted by Dr. Asep Supriatna, the head of student recruitment division, Mr. Ahmad Tajudin, the head of academic service, and Dr. Toto Ruhimat, the head of professional education and services. As for sections, Mr. Jakaria is the head of domestic affairs, Mr. Ahmad Kustiwa serves as the head of professional education and Ms. Siti Mariah as the head of professional services.

Overall, Directorate of Academic Affairs be in charge of academic administration, structuring the needs of educational facilities and infrastructure and also profession and certification services. The Division of Student Recruitment is responsible in arranging student recruitment plan and work programs in terms of students’ application for admission through regular and partnership program; establishing standard operational procedure of student recruitment; managing student recruitment process; coordinating with internal and external organization; systematizing the monitoring instrument for student recruitment; supervising, managing, and evaluating student recruitment process; composing activity report of student recruitment division and submit it to the director of directorate academic affairs.

Meanwhile, The Division of Academic Services is in charge of arranging work plan for academic affairs division; compiling, managing, and analyzing data related to academic affairs; organizing students’ recruitment and application for admission; managing academic events such as meetings, graduation, Dies Natalies, seminar, and inauguration of professorship; establishing academic calendar; arranging course and exam schedules; administering academic matters; listing the needs of educational facilities and infrastructures; systematizing the monitoring instrument for course activity and utilization of facilities; supervising, managing, and evaluating course activity and the facilities; observing students’ progress and inform it to the students, parents, and subjects involved in decision-making on certain matters; reporting activities of academic services division and submit it to the director of directorate academic.

Finally, The Division of Professional Education and Services manages to arrange work plan in professional education and professional services; establish guidelines to conduct Pre-Service Teacher Program (PPL) in education and non-education field; coordinate certification program and professional education; conduct the Pre-Service Teachers Program in education and non-education major; conduct certification program and professional education; cooperate with internal and external organizations to accelerate profession and academic training program, certificate program, and implementation of micro-teaching activity; establish instrument of monitoring professional training program, academic training, certification program and professional education; supervise, managing, and evaluating professional and academic training program, certification program, and professional education; as well as report the division of professional education and services activities, and submit it to the director of directorate academic affairs.


Gedung Direktorat Akademik

Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 229 Bandung

Telp   : 022-2013163, 2013164; extension 3501-3508

Fax     : 022-2013753

Email : dir_akademik@upi.edu


Finance Directorate

Established under Board of Trustee Decision Letter No 21/TAP MWA UPI/2007 on May 28th, 2007 and Rector Decree No. 2769/H40/KL/2008 on May 5th 2008, The Finance Directorate is under the Vice Rector for finance, sources, and general administration. Finance Directorate is one of the working services for financial management which serves to organize and coordinate the implementation of budget management activities, accounting, financial reporting, and treasury. The main duty of this directorate is to provide an accountable, transparent, accurate, and punctual university financial system. At the moment, the Director of Finance is Dr. Nono Supriatna.

The main duties of Finance Directorate are to organize and coordinate the arrangement and implementation of budget management activities; accounting and financial reporting; treasury activities; monitor and evaluate budget implementation and performance; report the implementation of its main duties to Vice Rector for finance, resources and general administration.

Structure of Finance Directorate

The Finance Directorate consists of two divisions (budget and accounting and finance reporting), three treasurers (expenses, user, and revenue), and one domestic affairs.

Budget Division

This division was first established in January 2009 and is currently chaired by Mr. Agus Amir, assisted by three staff members; Ms. Yenik Candra Kirana, Mr. Syaripudin Noor, and Ms. Heni Mustikarani. The main duty of this division is to organize the implementation of budgeting activities as well as monitoring and evaluation of budget performance, with the following details:

  1. Organize the implementation of each working unit budget planning;
  2. Review and evaluate the budget planning proposal of each working unit;
  3. Organize university budget planning proposal;
  4. Deliver the reviewed and evaluated budget planning proposal, as well as university budget planning proposal to the Vice Rector for finance, resources and general administration;
  5. Monitor and evaluate the budget implementation and performance;
  6. Report the implementation of main duties and functions in the budgeting activities to the Director of Finance.

Accounting and Budgeting Report Division

Chaired by Dr. Ikin Solikin, this division supervises Public Fund Accounting Unit and DIPA. The first has three staff members Mr. Amirudin, Mr. Ridwan Hadiyana, and Mr. Hendi Prama Trifida whereas the latter also has three staff members; Mr. Wimpi Dwi Yunarto, Mr. Liesje Fatimah, and Ms. Wini Dwiani. Accounting and Budget report Division supervise finance section in each Faculty/Institution/Post Graduate School/Branch University (Regional Campus).

The chair of this division has main duty to implement university accounting and finance reporting activities. First, it collects and inspects evidences as well as records document transactions of the budget implementation from each working unit that uses the budget, both DIPA or money and business savings. Second, it arranges university financial report (DIPA, Business and University Savings and consolidation financial reports).


Treasury in the Directorate of Finance is divided into three; treasurers for public fund, expenses, and revenues. The treasurer for public fund is Ms. Ida Widaningrum, assisted by seven staff members; Ms. Eti Rohaeti, Ms. Nina Darlina, Mr. Asep Rustaman Handriana, Ms. Lilis Nurlaili, Mr. Dadang Suhendar, and Ms. Sudarsih. The treasurer for expenses is Mr. Rukman, assisted by four staff members: Ms. Endah Saodah, Mr. Sanusi, Mr. Imammul Muttaqien and Mr. Cucu Suhendar. Finally, the revenue treasurer is Mr. Cucu Supriadi who is assisted by two staff members; Mr. Edi Setiadi and Mr. Yayat.

Based on TAP MWA UPI Number 21/TAP MWA UPI/2007 dated May 28, 2007 on Organization Structure UPI. Rector's Decree No. 2769/H40/KL/2008 dated May 5, 2008 on the Establishment of the university Finance Directorate, the main duty of the Cash Holder/Treasurer is to carry out treasury activities, both cash in and out; and tax administration. In details, the functions of cash holders/treasurers include:

  • Collecting approved work unit and university budget documents;
  • Organizing the receipt and storage of funds;
  • Collecting, examining and submitting proposals for disbursement of funds to the Rector through the Director of Finance;
  • Distributing/transferring funds to the work unit after the approval of the proposed disbursement of funds;
  • Bookkeeping of receipts and disbursements of funds, as well as preparing their reports;
  • Collecting, depositing, and administering taxes.

Domestic Affair Section

The establishment of this section is based on Rector Decree No. 6300/H40/KL/2008 on the Establishment of Domestic Affair Section at Institution, University Secretariat, Library, Directorate, and Bureaus at university. The main duty and function of the domesticity section is to serve both technical and administrative duties of administration and domesticity at the Directorate of Finance. At the moment, the Head of Domestic Affairs Section of Finance Directorate is Ms. Ida Widaningrum, assisted by four staff members; Mr. Arisman Pandiangan, Mr. Ohan Juhana, Mr. Yaya Jonih, and Mr. Ariadinata.

Assets Management Bureau


Asset Management Bureau was established in accordance with Rector Regulation, No. 6489/UN40/HK/2015 October 6, 2015. This bureau is responsible for managing the university assets. This bureau has three divisions and eight sub-divisions. At the moment, this bureau is chaired by Dr. A. Budhi Salira as Director, assisted by Mr. Benny Yusmal, as head of asset operation and inventory division, Mr. Purno, head of asset maintenance division, and Mr. Rohman, head of asset procurement. Asset operation and inventory division has three sub-divisions; inventory and reporting, usage and clearance, and operational vehicle. Meanwhile, asset maintenance has three sub-divisions; building and road maintenance, park and cleanliness, and building utilities, whereas asset procurement has two sub-divisions; construction and non-construction.

Vision and mission

This bureau has brilliant vision, mission, purposes, and functions. It envisions to provide reliable and quality university assets and infrastructures to support a leading and outstanding university. To achieve this, the bureau organizes and manages efficient, effective, transparent, fair, and accountable asset procurement. The bureau is also in charge of administering the assets, facilities, and infrastructures.


The asset management bureau has the following functions; arranging work program plans; analyzing university policies for facilities, infrastructure and legislation; procuring, maintaining, and eliminating necessary facilities and infrastructure; collecting, managing, and analyzing data of facilities and infrastructure; supervising and managing facilities and infrastructure; monitoring and evaluating facilities and infrastructure management activities; and reporting the activities of asset management bureau to Rector via Vice Rector for Finance, Human Resources, and General Administration.


Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung 40154

E-mail: biroaset@upi.edu


Telepon: 022-2010946; Fax: 022-2002854

University Library

Brief Overview

The Library of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia has a long and winding history. Along with the early establishment of Teacher Education College or Perguruan Tinggi Pendidikan Guru (PTPG) on October 20, 1954, it was first located at Hotel Homann Jl. Asia Afrika Bandung. At that time, the library had a collection of 8,000 copies to serve the needs of 214 students from seven departments. As the location was not conducive enough, the library was then moved to PPI, Lembang, occupying a room of 75 m2. Due to its far distance from the university, then the library was moved to Villa Isola, with 195 m2 of space, housing about 25,000 titles of books. In 1963, the library was moved again to a new building (FPBS) which had 480 m2, and then, 1969, into Garnadi Building occupying an area of 750 m2.

With the rapid growth of students and the increasing number of departments, bigger library with a large collection was considered more necessary. In 1979, the university decided to build a new library of 1,200 m2, housing more collections. In 1995, IKIP Bandung (at that time) built a new four-story library building of 12,000 m2. This building is designed to accommodate a total collection of 1,000,000 copies, as well as receive 5,000 visitors per day. Until today, this library building has been renovated to provide a more convenient and reliable service for students and other stakeholders.

The library has two divisions and eight coordinators. The head of the library is Dr. Doddy Rusmono. He is assisted by the head of Literature Acquisition Division, Mr. Hada Hidayat Margana who supervises three coordinators; circulation, document, and public relation. Meanwhile, head of Literature Services, Ms. Damayanty supervises three coordinators; procurement, processing and ICT. Two coordinators; manpower and secretariat are directly under the library head. To support excellent service, the library employs 17 librarians, 17 administrators, and 1 security personnel.

Vision, Mission, and Motto

The Library envisions to be the university Center of Excellence in the collection, distribution, preservation of library collection, and information, to sustain academic community needs. To achieve this vision, the library has missions to utilize the potentials of Resources and Human Resources in order to accommodate aspirations and create an educative, scientific, and religious community; initiate collaboration as broad as possible through the empowerment of networking; and display a comprehensive representative library image. For this, the university has an inspiring motto, Answer at its best to any quests.

Duties and Functions

This unit is to serve as a support towards the university activities of Tridharma (three core businesses): teaching and learning, research, and community service. For this duty, the library manages the intellectual assets in the Library referring to the quality management system of ISO 9001:2008 as implemented effectively and efficiently; seeks for the opportunity to provide an excellent service towards the reader satisfaction; follows the development of information networks and ICT in order to anticipate the dynamic of the change of reader needs; promotes the librarian professionalism to empower the readers; and make continuous betterment and improvement in every field and process.

In addition to these duties, the library also strives to set up work plans and programs;  analyzes university Policies on the library and the provisions of related regulations; maintain and renew collections; digitalize the contents produced by the UPI academic community; provide library services; identify needs for new collections, renew the information management and packaging; arrange secondary publication, manage library data and information; as well as prepare periodical report to the Vice Rector for academic and students’ affairs.

Facilities, Services and Hours

The library is equipped by some facilities; Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC), Multimedia Room, Computer Laboratory, Visual Audio, Seminar Room, Copy Center, Library Lounge, Lobby, and Locker Rooms.

Library services are two types; circulations and documents. Circulation includes borrowing, returning, and renewal of library collections. Meanwhile, documentss include reference, journals, reserves, newspapers, magazines, theses, dissertations, and other online documents.

Finally, the services also include printed and electronic collections including electronic Journal (only accessible within campus networking); electronic books (Math-solution, Anmol, ASTD, Oxford, Springer, dan Sage); and work repository; http://repository.upi.edu, (works of Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral Degrees from 2013 to the present time), http://a-research.upi.edu, (works of university academics such as theses, dissertations, professor speeches, proceedings, and research abstracts up to 2013) and http://digilib.upi.edu, (works of university academic, Dissertations and Theses, before, 2007).

Meanwhile, the hours are as follows:

Monday s.d. Thursday


08.00 – 15.30 WIB



08.00 – 21.00 WIB



08.00 – 11. 00 WIB , 13.30 – 16.00 WIB



08.00 – 12.00 WIB


Address and Correspondence

Address           : Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 229 Bandung 40154

Phone              : 022-2019487; 022-2013163 Extension 3584, 3585

E-mail              : perpustakaan@upi.edu

University Counseling Service

General Information

One main different characteristic of studying at higher education, unlike at high school, is the nurturance of individual independence as adult learners. As today’s world requires both competition and partnership, this university counseling service unit provides students with entrepreneurship and independency as life skills as an effort to strengthen their academic and social future life. This support for capacity building is not only projected for students but also other stakeholders such as lecturers, staff, and alumni so that UPI can remain a leading and outstanding university.   

This service unit has five counsellors with different roles.

Head                                                    Dr. Anne Hafina

Seretary                                              Dr. Yusi Riksa Yustiana

Counseling division coordinator         Professor Syamsu Yusuf

Career Development coordinator      Mr. Dadang Sudrajat

Assessment Service coordinator         Dr. Nurhudaya.

Vision and Mission

This service unit envisions to become a leading and outstanding career development and counselling institution in both national and international levels. To realize this vision, this service unit facilitates career development within well-organized programs, updates validated data system as a foundation to enhance services and partnership with various stakeholders, expand partnership programs to enhance corporality through various educational programs, counseling and training to enhance the capability and competitiveness of all stakeholders.

This mission is applied to reach the following aims. They are to assist students, lecturers, and educators of UPI in enhancing personal, social, intellectual, and spiritual quality to maintain career development; facilitate them in understanding each capability and decision-making in career development; assist them to plan each career development properly; as well as counsel these stakeholders to comprehend professional field in accordance with each capability.


Univercity Center Building, Second (2nd) Floor, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Jln. Dr. Setiabudhi 229 Bandung (40154)

Telephone: 022 - 2019472

E mail  : upt_bk@upi.edu

Web   : pusatkarir.upi.edu