St. Paul University Philippines

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New Paulinian Registered Radiologic Technologists, Batch Passing Rate: 100%;    New Paulinian Registered Medical Technologists, Batch Passing Rate: 100%;    New Paulinian Pharmacists, Batch Passing Rate: LJDM 100%, School Passing Rate: 96.67%;    New Paulinian Social Workers 100% Batch Passing Rate;    SPUP is an Autonomous University and was awarded Center of Excellence in Nursing, Center of Excellence in Teacher Education, Center of Development in Information Technology

Paulinian Achievers

John Kit Masigan
TOSP 2014

Giovanni Cabalza
TOSP Region 02 2015 Awardee

Karylle Mae Formoso
TOSP Region 02 2015 Awardee

Nelson Gacutan
Outstanding UNESCO Youth Leaders of the Philippines 2013 Awardee

Mark Anthony Baliuag
Delegate, 29th International Youth Leadership Conference in Prague, Czech Republic

Jayson Tacazon
Top 7, 2014 Sanitary Engineering Board Examination

Eunice Ma. Angelica Herrera
Top 5, April 2014 Librarian Licensure Examination

James Patrick Mahor
Outstanding Paulinian Students of the Philippines 2014 Awardee

Vander Norikko Casibang
Outstanding Paulinian Students of the Philippines 2014 Finalist

Davenn Bacud
Philippine Model Congress 2014 Delegate

Piny Ellaine Cesar
Formosa Cultural Exchange Program 2015 Participant

Cherson Bariuan
Formosa Cultural Exchange Program 2015 Participant

Brendan Tangan
Formosa Student Cultural Exchange Program 2015 Participant

Ruby Johmaima Bulan
Top 8, Nurse Licensure Examination December 2012

Neyza Vhiehl Mangahas Top 8, Nurse Licensure Examination December 2012

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PAULINIAN TRAINERS IMMERSE ON NTOT OF SHS APPLIED SUBJECTS

(by: Mr. John Kit Masigan)

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The Department of Education (DepEd) - Region 2 tapped 15 teachers from SPUP as trainers on Applied Subjects to attend the National Training of Trainers (NTOT) Luzon Cluster on May 15-19, 2017 at the Tagaytay International Convention Center (TICC). This is in preparation for the Senior High School Training of Teachers for the K to 12 Basic Education Program.

The following trainers were Ms. Fredelina Carpio, Mr. John Kit Masigan, Ms. Marites Tenedor, Ms. Evelyn Pacquing for English for Academic and Professional Purposes; Ms. Alma Quinagoran, Ms. Prosperina Cabalza and Dr. Wilma Laguitao for Filipino sa Piling Larang; Ms. Jessievic Pico, Dr. Allan Peejay Lappay, Dr. Billy Siddayao, and Dr. Ma. Leodevina Batugal for Practical Research 1; and Dr. Jesus Pizarro, Dr. Emloyn Iringan, Dr. Pilar Acorda, and Mr. Rufo Tuddao for Practical Research 2.

Moreover, four Paulinian teachers namely, Mr. John Kit Masigan, Dr. Wilma Laguitao, Dr. Allan Peejay Lappay and Mr. Rufo Tuddao simulated the training sessions in their respective subjects and have equally obtained outstanding remarks from among process observers and participants coming from Regions 1-5, NCR and CAR.

The NTOT aimed to build the capacity of trainers to conduct a Mass Training of Teachers; to familiarize trainers with the training design and session guides, and to simulate the conduct of the different sessions.

These trainers shall join the rest of the training team for the Regional Mass Training of Teachers which will be held at St. Paul University Philippines starting on May 26, 2017.




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SPUP INKS AGREEMENT WITH AUSTRALIAN PARTNER ON TNE

(by: Dr. Jeremy Godofredo Morales)

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Sister Merceditas Ang, SPC and Dr. David Grabovac, Company Director of the International Career Institute, Australia signed on May 19, 2017 Memoranda of Agreements for the offering of Ph.D in Education major in Educational Management, Doctor in Business Management, Master of Arts in Education and Master in Business Administration in Australia, Hongkong and the Bahamas under the academic franchising mode of the Transnational Education. This milestone shall open additional window for overseas students to gain access to Paulinian education.

The signing ceremony which was held at the SPUP Boardroom was witnessed by Dr. Agripina Maribbay (VP for Academics), Dr. Inicia Bansig (Dean, Graduate School), Dr. Jeremy Godofredo Morales (Director, International Relations), Dr. Giged Battung (Program Coordinator, Open and Distance Learning), Mrs. Zenaida Estil (University Registrar), and Mr. Vinco Grabovac.

Dr. David Grabovac, aside from being company director, is also the Honorary Consul of the Bahamas to Australia and author of the well acclaimed book "Are Leaders Born or Made?".




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CHED HONORS SPUP AS THE ONLY HEI IN THE REGION PASSING ISA

(by: Dr. Agripina Maribbay)

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St. Paul University Philippines (SPUP) was awarded a CERTIFICATE OF DISTINCTION by the Commission on Higher Education for being the ONLY Higher Education Institution in Region 2 that successfully met the qualifications and standards with respect to the INSTITUTIONAL SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT (ISA) as stipulated in CMO 46, series of 2012 through the favorable recommendation of the CHED ISA Assessors and the Task Force on Outcomes-based and Typology-based Quality Assurance and affirmed by the CHED Commission En Banc in April 2017.

Sr. Merceditas Ang, SPC (University President) received the award during the 23rd anniversary celebration of the Commission on Higher Education held at the CHED-Region 2 Grounds, Tuguegarao City on May 18, 2017.

SPUP was evaluated by a team of CHED ISA Assessors led by Dr. Heracleo Lagrada on December 01-03, 2015.




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SPUP@110 CELEBRATION CULMINATES WITH A THANKSGIVING DAY

(by: Irish Gold Suyu and Allan Peejay Lappay)

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May 10, 2017 - The SPUP Family culminated the celebration of the 110th Founding Anniversary of the University with an array of thanksgiving activities. The event started with a Eucharistic Celebration held at the Our Lady of Chartres Chapel. The Thanksgiving Mass was celebrated in “Coram Episcopo.” Msgr. Diosdado Talamayan (Archbishop Emeritus of the Archdiocese of Tuguegarao), presided the mass and was celebrated by Fr. Gerard Ariston Perez (Parish Priest of St. Peter’s Cathedral Parish). Eleven diocesan and religious priests concelebrated in the Holy Mass.

In the presence of the SPC Sisters, faculty, staff, alumni, guests, visitors and students, Msgr. Talamayan, in his homily, expressed his gratitude to the SPC Sisters for their work of evangelization through SPUP in the Archdiocese of Tuguegarao. The prelate expressed his elation to the transformation of SPUP from a humble school, established beside the then St. Peter’s Church (now St. Peter’s Cathedral), to a flourishing University. The Archbishop-Emeritus compared SPUP as the “light” of all Paulinian Schools in the country by recalling the evangelizing zeal of the SPC Sisters in Tugugerao through their catechetical activities, educational ministry, devotions and service even to difficult times. He said, “Just like the child Jesus who grew in wisdom and in age before God and men. SPUP has grown in its mission of educating the youth, service to the poor, and celebration of God’s love in Faith.”

The Thanksgiving Mass was followed by the SPUP@110 Launching Program at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Training Center (Global Center). Dr. Allan Peejay Lappay (Director, Alumni, External Relations and Advocacies) explained the significance of the occasion and provided an overview of the activities for the celebration. In her message, Sr. Merceditas Ang, SPC (University President), expressed her gratitude for God’s blessing for “the beautiful gift of SPUP as it continues its mission and work in the tradition of holistic Paulinian education by educating the young, serving the poor, and celebrating God’s love.”

The program was made more meaningful as the Philippine Postal Corporation (PhlPost) headed by Mr. Luis Carlos (Assistant Postmaster General) led the Launching and Unveiling of SPUP’s Commemorative Cover. This was followed by the Signing of the official first day cover by Mr. Luis Carlos and Sr. Merceditas Ang, SPC. Atty. Lori Ann Atal (Director, PhlPost NorthEast Luzon Area), Ms. Joy Cacho (PhlPost, Marketing Specialist), Sr. Carmelita Villanueva, SPC (Superior, SPUP-SPC Community), Sr. Marissa (VP for Administration) Dr. Agripina Maribbay (VP for Academics and Dr. Jeremy Godofredo Morales (Director, International Relations) served as witnesses. In his message, Mr. Carlos congratulated SPUP for the celebration and for its noble contribution in the formation of the youth through education.

The SPUP-SPC pamphlet entitled: “Celebrating God’s Love at 110: From Levesville to Tuguegarao” was presented by Sr. Mercedes Bacaoco, SPC (Director, Christian Formation). Accordingly, the booklet traced the historical and spiritual affinity of SPUP in Tuguegarao to Fr. Louis Chauvet, the Founder of the SPC Congregation in France. The pamphlet will be soon distributed to the members of the SPUP Family. Moreover, the video presentation of SPUP Through the Years gave a nostalgic mood to the gathering as memories were relieved by the images of distant and recent past. The AVP of SPUP’s history was made possible by Mr. Rucelj Pugeda, (SITE Faculty) and his students.

SPUP’s International Students rendered intermission numbers presenting their cultural dances. The Launching Program ended with Community Singing of the Paulinian Hymn followed by a Thanksgiving Lunch. The week-long celebration culminated with a Cultural Show where students of the Basic Education Unit (BEU) flooded the stage with splendid exhibition of Philippine festivals through dances.





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SPUP@110 CELEBRATION INTRODUCES PROCESSION AS A COMMEMORATIVE ACTIVITY

(by: Nikko Jake Caise Acain)

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May 09, 2017 – In commemoration of the University’s 110th Founding Anniversary, the SPUP Family held for the first time a procession as part of the celebration. From the St. Peter’s Metropolitan Cathedral to SPUP compound, SPC Sisters, Administrators, Faculty Members, Staff, Personnel, Students and Alumni, trod the streets of Tuguegarao City while praying the Holy Rosary.

Accompanying the images of Saint Paul, Our Lady of Chartres and the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the SPUP family through the said activity celebrated both their historical and religious heritage. Historically, the procession was conducted in commemoration of SPUP’s transfer in 1934 from the Cathedral compound to its present grounds. While for its religious meaning, the procession symbolized SPUP as part of the pilgrim Church on earth and the affirmation that members of the SPUP family shares in the University’s pilgrimage of faith.

As the procession began with a Send-off Liturgy at the Cathedral Patio, the hour-long procession culminated with a Creative Liturgy which included candle offering to Saint Paul, by the SPC Sisters; and, flower offering to the Our Lady of Chartres, by students, faculty members and staff.

The procession served as expression of the Paulinian community of its unending devotion to God, which enables the institution to continue its legacy of education, service and faith. It was also a manifestation of gratitude for a century and a decade of blessings and prosperity.





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College Students (Graduating) Final Examination

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SPUP Annual Job Fair

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3rd SPUP International Research Conference


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