St. Paul University Philippines

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CHED Autonomous Institution;    Center of Excellence in Nursing;    Center of Excellence in Teacher Education;    Center of Development in Information Technology;    Delivering Higher Education Institution for Graduate Studies for the K-12 Transition Program;    The First ISO 9001 Certified Catholic University and Private University in Asia;    The First University in the Philippines recognized by the International Accreditation Organization (IAO);    The only University in the Philippines accredited by the Asian Association Schools of Business International (AASBI);    One of the twelve participating schools in the Philippines for ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme;    Outstanding Academic/Research Library Awardee by Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians, Inc.;    Deputized institution of Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP);    One of only 11 Universities in the Philippines granted a Knowledge Development Center (KDC) by World Bank;    Most Outstanding Student Services Program in the Philippines;    Catholic Center for Culture by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines;    National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines;    UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPNet) Affiliate;    Most Environment-Friendly and Sustainable School in Region II by Environmental Management Bureau

Paulinian Achievers

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Physical Therapists Licensure Examination Passers (2018)
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Most Outstanding Academic Librarian for Luzon by the PAARL (2017)
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SITE of SPUP, now a Microsoft Certified Testing Center (2017)
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LET Passers (2017)
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Psychologists and Psychometricians Licensure Examination Passers (2017)
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CPA's Licensure Examination Passers (2017)

News

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SPUP HOSTS 6th REGIONAL PRE-SERVICE AND IN-SERVICE TEACHERS’ SUMMIT

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(By: Mrs. Evelyn Pacquing)

More than 250 teacher education students and professionals converged during the 6th Regional Pre- Service and In- Service Teachers Summit held at Global Center of St. Paul University Philippines on April 4-6, 2018.

Guided by its theme @Capacitating the Pre- Service Teachers for the New Teacher Education Curriculum,” the 3-day seminar aimed at acquainting the participants with the Enhanced K to12 Curriculum Framework, Basic and Global Teacher Education Standards and Competencies, Proposed Teacher education Curriculum for AY 2018-2019, and the Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers. Moreover, it provided the participants with opportunities to deepen their content knowledge on different learning areas, to be equipped with teaching-learning methodologies via demonstrations by the facilitators and selected pre-service teachers and to present researches related to the field.

During the opening program, Sr. Merceditas O. Ang, SPC, welcome remarks, reiterated the need for competent 21st century teachers who must be equipped with necessary skills appropriate to meet the demands of the millennial learners. Dr. Honorato R. Alzate, Director IV, Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Region 02 inspired the participants by sharing his experiences on being a teacher. “Teaching requires passion and dedication,” he added.

Dr. Pilar B. Acorda, Dean, School of Arts, Sciences and Teacher Education (SASTE) presented the rationale of the program. She emphasized that the conduct of the summit is reflective of SPUP’s role as Center of Excellence in Teacher Education for Region 02. Dr. Billy P. Siddayao, SASTE Associate Dean, presented the trainers and participants thereafter. For the smooth and successful conduct of the seminar, Ms. Evelyn L. Pacquing, Academic Team Leader for Languages expound the guidelines for all the scheduled activities.

Various lecture presentations were also given and facilitated by reputable speakers. Dr. Almacita P. Abrigo, Education Supervisor II, CHED, Region II, presented a lecture on the updates on the New General Education Curriculum. She likewise presented the policies concerning admission of students for college A.Y. 2018- 2019. She also emphasized that quality education begins with best teachers and that learning is a life- long process.

Dr. Virginia C. Liquigan, Member, CHED Technical Committee for Elementary and Secondary Education (TCESE) highlighted the plenary sessions as she underscored on the updates pertinent to the New Teacher Education Curriculum. She pointed out the essentials of the curriculum, that it should have national and international contexts. Moreover, she presented information on the development of the New Teacher Education Curriculum including the frequently asked questions about it.

Parallel sessions on the content/ strategies of the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum, socialization and other evening activities, research presentations and demonstration teaching made the rest of the summit a very worthwhile experience.

As one participant from a nearby university remarked, “this summit is such a timely event before the Commencement Exercises.”




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CHED SHOWCASES SPUP IN APAIE 2018

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(by: Dr. Jeremy Godofredo Morales)

St. Paul University Philippines was one of the 10 Philippine Higher Education Institutions showcased by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) during the 2018 International Conference and Exhibit of the Asia-Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE) at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore on March 25-28, 2018.

Dr. Jeremy Godofredo C. Morales (Director, International Relations) represented the University along with co-exhibitors and International Relations Officers / Administrators from the Asian Institute of Management, Ateneo de Manila University, De La Salle University, Far Eastern University – Manila, Holy Angel University – Pampanga, Lyceum of the Philippines University – Batangas, Miriam College, University of Mindanao – Davao, and University of the Philippines. The Philippine contingent was headed by Atty. Lily Freida Milla of CHED’s International Affairs Services. The team promoted their institutions with a hope to make the Philippines a prime study destination for higher education in the fourth industrial revolution.

The conference aimed to encourage advancement of academic collaborations between and among institutions for professional development emphasizing on the principles of mutual respect, diversity and collective progress while strengthening collaborations, enhancing professional skills and acquiring knowledge and new developments in international education.




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SPUP JPIANS REAP AWARDS IN ARC-YEA 2018

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(by: Linus Janvier Pagulayan)

The National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants – Region II held its Annual Regional Convention and Year-End Awards (ARC-YEA) for the Federation Year 2017-2018 last March 22-24, 2018 at the Cagayan State University Andrews Campus, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan with the theme: NFJPIA R2 ARC: LUMEN LAUDIS (Beacon of Excellence).

Linus Janvier D. Pagulayan, Vice President for Internal of the JPIA-SPUP Chapter was declared the “Most Outstanding JPIAn of Region II;” while the “Most Highly Competitive Standing Committee Member” was awarded to Ian Jasper L. Pagulayan, a member of the Regional Standing Committee for Academics of the NFJPIA-R2. These Paulinian JPIAns have undergone a series of selection process, from paper screening to panel interviews, before they were adjudged as outstanding student-leaders of their own categories during the Year-End Awards.

Furthermore, in the Annual Regional Convention, the JPIA-SPUP Basketball Team, namely Eduardo Balao, Jude Calagui, Robert Cauilan, John Noel Navarro, Cliff Osillos, Kenneth Pangilinan, Donald Lee Sibal, nabbed 2nd Place during the Regional Basketball Championship Tournament, while the Case Study Team, whose members are Mr. Gunwoo Beak, Mr. Robert Cauilan, Jr., and Mr. Linus Janvier Pagulayan, grabbed 5th place in the Management Advisory Services Case Study Competition.

The Annual Regional Convention and the Year-End Awards was sponsored by the Sycip, Gorres, Velayo & Co. Auditing Firm, Premier Review Center, and the Philippine Review Training Center.




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SPUP ADMINISTRATORS PRESENT POVERTY ALLEVIATION INITIATIVES

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(by: Dr. Rosalinda Tanguilan)

The World Bank and Silliman University organized a Regional Poverty Forum and Knowledge for Development Community, with the theme: “Education as a Pathway to Ending Poverty.” It was held at the Instructional Media and Technology Center of Silliman University in Dumaguete City. The forum aimed at highlighting education as an important driver of development contributing to poverty reduction.

As a World Bank – Knowledge Development Center (KDC), SPUP through Dr. Rosalinda T. Tanguilan (Director, Knowledge and Information Resource Network) and Ms. Noemi Cabaddu (Director, Community Extension Services) actively participated in the event in which the 2018 World Development Report (WDR) on “Learning to Realize Education’s Promise” was extensively discussed. The SPUP delegates also presented the experiences of the University in utilizing the ACE-U Tool of World Bank along its Outreach Services and Citizen Engagement activities.

About 150 participants attended the forum where World Bank-Knowledge Development Centers shared their best practices, educational initiatives and development programs in addressing the challenges of poverty reduction.




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SPUP-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SHS) PIONEERS IMMERSION IN MALAYSIA

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(by: Ms. Myra Balubal)

Thirty (30) Grade 12 students of SPUP-Basic Education Unit enplaned to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for a pioneering international academic and work immersion on March 9-20, 2018. Together with Sr. Carmelita S. Villanueva, SPC (Principal, BEU) and Mrs. Myra I. Balubal (Adviser), the students were: Romae Angelie G. Tumaneng; Annabelle L. Agliam; Keith Anthony T. Ibus; Alyssa Marie N. Bautista; John Mark C. Lacambra; Nicole Marie M. Marcelino; John Dave D. Garcia; Jayvee F. Apostol; and, Hannah Iluminada C. Bañez (HumSS); Jolina Maia B. Taguinod; Fitz Christian G. Cauilan; Rosemarie Anuella S. Taguinod; Queenie Jane M. Cabigas; Elen Kiana T. Morados; Jamaica A. Martin; Gianamarie C. Baligod; Mark Francis M. Maribbay; Rhea Marie M. Delos Santos; Paul Angelo F. Melegrito; Ma. Melizzae C. Mateo; Ma. Adela Issa M. Esmundo; Mozelle P. Villaflor; Maria Georgia P. Turingan; Krisha May A. Cabigas; and, Marian Angeli F. Ibarra (STEM); Camille Patrice L. Orpilla; Fatima B. Ferrer; Kimberly Camille M. Tallud; Atheana Therese Fatima D. Batan; and, Anadee Precious V. Tumacder (ABM).

Hosted by SYUEN College and Institut Karisma, in cooperation with BEST Corporation, the program fostered a rich and culturally-diverse experience to SPUP-SHS students. The immersion broadened their perspective and exposed them to global education and work opportunities. The program also tested their skills, knowledge, attitude as well as their career abilities to work successfully in multi-cultural environment.

Furthermore, the immersion program rendered them various working settings and business conditions related to their academic tracks. This was through the participants’ exposure to service delivery, customer delight and inter-active cultural experience. Learning was extracted through student observation and participation, reflective journal, faculty- guided feedback sessions and emotional recall.

A guided city tour served as a breather to the academic engagement activities. The students visited several attractions in the city such as the Petronas Tower, City Skyline, KL Tower, Batu Cave, Central Market, Petaling Street, Sunway Lagoon, Harriston Chocolate Museum, Istana Negara (Former King’s Palace) and many more.

The immersion culminated with simple graduation ceremony where students shared their insights about the program and their future career track. This was followed by cultural presentations - showcasing the Malay and Filipino culture and traditions.




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Events

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CPD Training for Nurses

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May

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2018 Alumni Homecoming

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Graduate School Schedule of Comprehensive Exam

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June

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Graduate School Deadline/Submission

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June

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College and Graduate School Application for Graduation

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