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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LET Passers (2017)
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Psychologists and Psychometricians Licensure Examination Passers (2017)
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CPA's Licensure Examination Passers (2017)
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Pharmacists Licensure Examination Passers (2017)
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Physician Licensure Examination Passers (2016)
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Medical Technologists Licensure Examination Passers (2017)

News

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SABEHS HOLDS 2018 MOVING UP CEREMONY

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(by: Mrs. Noemi Cabaddu)

The Science Agri-Based Entrepreneurial High School (SABEHS) held its Second Moving Up Ceremony on February 22, 2018 at San Jose, Baggao. Sister Carmelita Villanueva, SPC (Principal, Basic Education Unit) led the awarding of the Certificate of Completion to the seven student-completers for this academic year, 2017-2018.

Mrs. Noemi Cabaddu (Coordinator, SABEHS) welcomed the attendees of the event followed by the presentation and confirmation of the completers. Ms. Jessica Villanueva, delivered a message of gratitude on behalf of her classmates; while, Mr. Jeferson G. Bumanglag, led the class in their Pledge of Loyalty. The singing of the Paulinian Hymn capped the program. The activity ended with a fellowship agape prepared by SABEHS’ students.

The SABEHS is an extension of the Basic Education Unit (BEU) – Junior High School Department. It is recognized by the Department of Education (DepEd) as a delivering institution under the Alternative Learning System (ALS).




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CCP DESIGNATES SPUP AS REGIONAL ART CENTER

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The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) has partnered and designated SPUP as one of its Regional Art Centers under its Kaisa Sa Sining (KSS) program. The collaborative endeavor, formalized by Sr. Merceditas Ang SPC (University President) and Mr. Arsenio Lizaso (CCP President), aims for arts and culture to flourish in the entire country; to broaden public participation in the arts; and, to promote and showcase artistic excellence.

According to the CCP: “The key areas of the partnership include training and apprenticeship, touring and move-over productions, sharing of relevant cultural resource materials, access to arts and cultural information, venues and facilities; and participation in major cultural events.”

http://culturalcenter.gov.ph/programs/ccps-kaisa-sa-sining-a-growing-network-of-regional-art-centers/



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SPUP HRM-TM STUDENTS QUALIFY FOR FRONT OFFICE SERVICES NC II

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(by: Normandy Gravila)

Fourty- three (43)HRM-TM students enrolled in Front Office Procedure passed the competency assessment for Front Office Services NCII held on February 04 and 09, 2018 at the Kusina Cagayana TESDA, Tuguegarao City. SPUP student-examinees were headed by Mr. Chucky T. Villamar and Mr. Arnel S. Rubio (Faculty Members).

The assessment consisted of skills, night audit and oral examinations. The skills assessment required the students to process Telephone service, Guests' registration (reservation, walk-in and company-accessed), Rooming of guest, Club service provisions, Usherring guest check out (both at the Front Desk and at the Guest’s Room), and Luggage deposit and claim. The application test was followed by Night Audit where the examinees must compute manually the sales for the whole day and an oral assessment where the examinees demonstrated sufficient knowledge of the subject to pass the competency assessment.

Front Office is an essential aspect in Tourism and Hospitality Industry as any information related to customer services can be obtained from the front desk officer. The front desk serves as the frontline office for customer interaction and assistance (from feedback, satisfaction and complaints). After the rigorous assessment, the TESDA assessor declared that SPUP student-examinees have successfully passed the NC II assessment.




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PCSWHDR CEO TRAINS SPUP RESEARCH EXPERTS ON NVIVO

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(by: Ms. Abelyn Bunagan)

SPUP facilitated a two-day training for SPUP faculty and staff on the use of the NVIO software with Dr. Nicamil K. Sanchez, CEO of the Philippine Consortium for Social Welfare and Human Development, Inc. held on February 7-8, 2018 at the LR 103 Multimedia and Programming Lab.

The university’s research experts were invited to partake in the workshop where Dr. Sanchez demonstrated the basics of NVIvo and interacted with the participants as he assisted each during the hands-on workshop. He also discussed relevant methodologies and philosophies of qualitative research necessary to further reinforce the participants’ understanding of the software.

With the aim to further improve research in the university, the Research and Publications Office keeps up to date necessary tools such as Grammarly, TurnitIn and NVivo- the most recent purchase. The software is intended for qualitative research and to increase efficiency to organize and analyze data and sources.

The program concluded with thanksgiving and acknowledgement of the speaker and the participants.




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“FATHER OF OBE” INTENSIFIES SPUP FACULTY TEACHING STRATEGIES

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(by: Ms. Abelyn Bunagan)

St. Paul University Philippines conducted a two-day seminar-workshop on Outcomes-Based Education spearheaded by the Father of OBE, Dr. William Spady, former Harvard University professor, held on February 2-3, 2018 at the 2nd floor conference room Global Center to provide insights among the teachers of SPUP about the proposed paradigm shift in OBE.

Solemn prayer in doxology was led by PRIMOSA before officially starting the program. Dr. Janette T. Fermin , the master of ceremonies, introduced Sr. Merceditas O. Ang, SPC for the opening remarks wherein she briefly stated the gist of OBE essentially encapsulated in three premises which Dr. Spady has further elaborated in his 7-hour lecture on the first day of the seminar. Dr. Spady has elaborated on the general idea of OBE in which putting into congruency the curriculum into developing necessary traits among the students called ‘outcome of significance’ where it is not merely the ‘output’ or what is being passed as a requirement but it is the ‘outcome of significance’ wherein the students should develop necessary skills that not only applies for employment but that which ‘lasts’.

The second day of the seminar commenced the workshop proper for the participants. Teachers from the tertiary level and the BEU were separated for each group as given different types of handouts pertaining to the expected outputs of the facilitators. Each table was asked to analyze handouts given to each participant and to develop statements pertaining to the outcome of significance that applies to the level of the learners. The facilitators went around the room to assist the participants. Dr. Elias Sampa catered to the BEU and Dr. Spady to the tertiary level. The workshop aims to further provide an understanding of the proposed OBE and to garner the insights of the participants in developing the new proposed program. The outputs were collected as soon as the two facilitators have covered the entire tale in the venue. The program officially ended by the awarding of certificates and tokens facilitated by Ms. Fredelina Carpio.




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Events

May

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CPD Training for Nurses

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May

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2018 Alumni Homecoming

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