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Olivarez College

Dr. A. Santos Avenue, San Dionisio, Parañaque City

Founded in 1976, Olivarez College was the only school in Parañaque City that is accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) and the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA). Olivarez College is a vibrant academic institution located in Paranaque City as one of the most dynamic and developed cities in the country. The College prides itself on the recognitions given by external quality assurance organizations, such as the Federation of Accrediting Agencies in the Philippines (FAAP), the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) and the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU). The institution has a strong sense of social awareness of its responsibilities to the citizen of the Philippines in helping them gain specialized knowledge to advance in their field. This is evident in the institution’s global perspective and global connectivity reflected in both its educational and research activities. It has established itself as the only institution in the City of Paranaque with a strong research capability, adequately designed and implemented curriculum, and a comprehensive corporate social responsibility framework. Olivarez College has been assertive to imbue quality standards through submitting its programs to the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) for accreditation since 1992 for the Level 1 Formal Visit. It then continuously upgraded the operating system as evidenced by its milieu of accreditation milestones.

 

Founding President: DR. PABLO R. OLIVAREZ 

Vice President for Academics and Services: ERIC L. OLIVAREZ, EdD

Vice president for Finance and Administration: EVANGELINE L. OLIVAREZ, MBA

Planning and Quality Assurance Director: GABRIEL S. CABARDO. MAEd

College Executive Dean: CYNTHIA R. ACOSTA, MAN

College of Communication Program Chair: MA. GEMMA R. ROJALES, PhD

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Centro Escolar University

9 Mendiola Street, San Miguel, Manila

Today, as one of the leading educational institutions in the country, Centro Escolar University upholds academic excellence by continually upgrading its curricula and facilities and maintaining a highly professional and dynamic teaching force and university staff.

 

For more than a century, Centro Escolar University has helped students realize their dreams of success and prominence in their chosen careers. Its campuses in Manila, Malolos, and Makati not only provide a stimulating atmosphere for learning, but nurture ambition and motivation as well. Most of CEU degree programs are accredited Levels II, III and IV, by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) as certified by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP).The Dentistry, Pharmacy, Biology, Business Administration, International Hospitality Management, International Tourism and Travel Management, Nursing, Nutrition and Dietetics, Optometry and Psychology Programs of the University are now ASEAN University Network (AUN) Quality Assurance certified. These accreditations attest to the excellence of the University’s programs—high standard of instruction, effective community extension programs, a robust research tradition, strong staff development program, favorable performance of graduates in licensure exams, productive partnerships with other schools and agencies, and a sustained quality assurance system.

 

In all CEU campuses, facilities are constantly upgraded with the latest in learning equipment and technology making the University a constant partner of PRC in the practical component of licensure examinations in Dentistry and Optometry. The Manila campus boasts of state-of-the-art computer technology facilities in its 7-storey Information Science Center, and a sports center with a gymnasium and swimming pool.  The Malolos campus has a gymnasium and a mini-hotel while the Makati campus is operating the latest facilities in Gil Puyat and Legazpi Village. To fully support research activities, the University has modernized its library services and upgraded them with electronic-based research tools and new information resource acquisitions. 

 

CEU was founded on June 3, 1907 as the “Centro  Escolar de Señoritas” by two visionaries, Librada Avelino and Carmen de Luna, who were inspired by the patriotic movement to nationalize schools. They were cognizant of a need for a center of learning for Filipino women focused on teaching ideal womanhood, intelligent citizenry and democratic leadership that would instill in them the tenets of science and virtue. Kindergarten, elementary, general secondary, music and home arts courses were the first programs of instruction included in the curriculum. 

 

The school was granted university status by the Philippine government in 1932 with Doña Librada as President. When she died in November 1934, her co-founder, Doña Carmen de Luna was elected as President by the Board of Directors. 

 

CEU has steadily grown as an institution under the leadership of noted educators who have contributed much to the development of their respective professions. Following the leadership of the two founders, the succeeding presidents were:

 

Dr. Pilar Hidalgo-Lim, an educator and civic leader;

Dr. Dionisio C. Tiongco, a renowned scholar and educator;

Dr. Lourdes T. Echauz, a distinguished philanthropist and educator; and

Dr. Rosita L. Navarro, a recognized educator and an advocate of the balance between globalization and Filipinization. 

 

The current President, Dr. Ma. Cristina D. Padolina, was a former Commissioner of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Chancellor of the University of the Philippines Open University.

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De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Antipolo Campus

8 L. Sumulong Memorial Circle, Antipolo, 1870 Rizal

REACHING NEW HEIGHTS

When Benilde moved to its own campus on the other side of Taft Avenue in 1989, it meant more than College expansion. Benilde extended its reach to a greater number of non-traditional learners. Benildean-Lasallian Education has gone the extra mile to advocate innovation for inclusion with a wider reach in the eastern part of Greater Manila Area when it opened De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Antipolo Campus. Benilde Antipolo offers a variety of programs that prepare Benildeans toward a fruitful career path.

Benilde Antipolo offers 7 CHED recognized programs:

1. BA Communication
2. BS Business Administration Major in Marketing Management
3. BS Accountancy
4. BS Hospitality Management
5. BS Psychology
6. Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English
7. BS Tourism Management

Benilde Antipolo also offers the Teacher Certificate Program for those who plans to take the licensure exam for teachers. De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde is a learning environment that nurtures students to develop their interests and passions, and trains them to become professionally competent in established industries and emerging fields or specialization.In Benilde, learning transcends the boundaries of the modern classroom. The College ensures that Benildeans perform their best in class through the academic services that provide them all the best resources they will ever need.

In the midst of the global pandemic, the College is prepared to continue its mission through the full online delivery of courses thanks to the services provided by BigSky Benilde, Br. Fidelis Leddy Learning Resource Center (LRC), Center for Inclusive Education (CIE), and Intellectual Property Management Center (IPMC).

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De La Salle University-Dasmariñas

De La Salle University - Dasmariñas, DBB-B City of Dasmariñas Cavite Philippines 4115

DLSU-D - inspired by the charism of St. John Baptist De La Salle - is a Catholic Lasallian Institution of learning, committed to provide a human and Christian Education to the young, especially the poor and the marginalized.

Our Vision: A leading Catholic University that inspires excellence and drives innovation towards a just, peaceful, and sustainable society.

Our Mission: To champion the Human and Christian Education of lifelong learners who value history and culture through responsive and inclusive academic, research, and extension programs.

The Bachelor of Arts in Communication program in DLSU-D prepares students for the rapidly shifting and highly connected organizations and media landscape that they can explore after graduation. The course is designed to provide students with knowledge, competencies, and techniques that they can use to produce, design, execute, and measure plans for target audiences and stakeholders across multiple channels to support engagement communication, and relationship building with innovative visuals and technologies. The program is divided into three specialization categories -- Film, Public Relations, and Advertising, depending on the student's field of interest. Graduates of this program can be engaged in a number of career branches and find their skills useful in the field of public relations, marketing, advertising, film production, sales, human resource, business, and in media.

Digital and Multimedia journalism prepares students for careers across various rapidly changing media landscapes, ranging from traditional to new media by acquiring practical, professional, and ethical journalism skills. It is a hybrid program that is strongly built on the foundations of journalism, broadcasting, communication, and multimedia arts where students will explore and be trained in digital and multimedia environments. Students will be exposed to various digital platforms and will build competitive portfolios to flourish in the digital age.

Nor Cachuela
Chair, Communication and Journalism Department

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Baliuag University

1069 Gil Carlos St., Baliuag, Bulacan 3006

Baliuag University began as Baliuag Institute in 1925, a small high school with only 75 students.Baliuag Institute closed down during the Japanese occupation in 1941. It reopened two years later and went on to offer Junior Normal and Liberal Arts, both two-year courses, in 1946. In 1947, the government elevated the school's status from Institute to Junior College. Subsequent developments like campus improvements, and yearly growth of the student population paved the way to another milestone - Baliuag Junior College became Baliuag Colleges in 1968. In 2001, Baliuag Colleges was declared a university and granted a status of full autonomy by the Commission on Higher Education. As a result, it has become a self-regulated institution with most of its course offerings granted with Level III Course Accreditation Status. Such status gives the Baliuag University the freedom to offer new academic programs without the need for the approval of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) . This status speaks of CHED's confidence in Baliuag University's capability to sustain high-quality educational programs.

Today, Baliuag University offers elementary, high school, college and graduate programs. For its students' outstanding performance in board examinations, Baliuag University has repeatedly ranked by the Professional Regulation Commission among the top universities in nursing, library science, engineering, and education board examinations. Throughout history, Baliuag University has stayed true to its founding vision, mission, and guiding philosophy--all of which play crucial roles in making Baliuag University one of the most respected, most innovative, and leading academic institutions in the region.

Dr. Estelita C. Joson, Dean, College of Liberal Arts and General Education

Maria Corazon M. Delos Reyes, Asst. Professor

Regine C. Edquilag, Instructor

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