Rajabhat Rajanagarindra University
Rajabhat Rajanagarindra University (RRU) was originally located in the Muang district of Chachoengsao. RRU is closely situated near the 2nd Engineer Battalion Base (Srisothon Army Camp) and the well-known royal temple of Wat Sothon Wararam Woraviharn that is enshrined with Phra Phutasothon which is highly regarded as one of the most respected Buddha images by all Thai people across the nation. Currently, RRU has three recognized regional properties as followed:
1. The main property also known as the main campus is located on 422, Maruphong Road, Namuang subdistrict, Muang district, Chachoengsao province, 24000 and covers an area approximately 70 square kilometres (43 rai).
2. RRU’s second property is located on 40, Srisothon Tutmai Road, Namuang subdistrict, Muang district, Chachoengsao province, 24000. It can be found within one kilometer from the main campus. Its total area is approximately 28 square kilometers (17 rai).
3. RRU’s third property is located on 6, Moo 4, Huasai subdistrict, Bangkhla district, Chachoengsao, 24110. This campus is a large rural institute that is commonly known as the Bangkla Campus and is approximately 30 kilometres from the township of Chachoengsao, it is located on. This campus was formerly used as by the public for many local activities and has total area of approximately 800 square kilometres (500 rai). On the 19th of July 1996 the Bangkla Campus was previously granted by the Ministry of Interior and allowed the site to be built and used as RRU’s Bangkla Campus.