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Encyclopedia > Far Eastern University
Pamantasan ng Malayong Silangan sa Lungsod ng Maynila

Motto: Love of Fatherland and God
Established: 1928 (institute)
1933 (university status)
Type: Private, Nonsectarian
President: Lydia B. Echauz, DBA
Undergraduates: Approx. 30,000
Location: Manila, Metro Manila,
Philippines
Campus: 40,000 m²
Hymn: "The FEU Hymn" by Nick Joaquin
Colors: Green and Gold           
Mascot: Mighty Tamaraw
Affiliations: ASAIHL, PACU, UAAP
Website: www.feu.edu.ph

Far Eastern University (FEU) (PSE: FEU) in the City of Manila, West Sampaloc, University Belt area is a nonsectarian, private university in the Philippines. It was founded as a domestic educational institution in 1928 and incorporated in 1933, being the 6th oldest university[citation needed] in the Philippines and the 4th oldest private, non-sectarian university in the country based on its extant university charter.[1] Containers in the port of Kotka (Finland) on the Baltic Sea. ... Image File history File links FEU_title. ... Image File history File links FEUSealNew. ... For other uses, see Motto (disambiguation). ... The date of establishment or date of founding of an institution is the date on which that institution chooses to claim as its starting point. ... For the film of this title, see Private School (film). ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... University President is the title of the highest ranking officer within a university, within university systems that prefer that appellation over other variations such as Chancellor or rector. ... Lydia Balatbat-Echauz, appointed as tenth president of the Far Eastern University in the City of Manila, Philippines (2002-present). ... In some educational systems, undergraduate education is post-secondary education up to the level of a Bachelors degree. ... For other meanings of the word, see Manila (disambiguation). ... For the capital city of the Philippines, see Manila. ... Nicomedes Márquez Joaquín, best known as Nick Joaquin (May 4, 1917–April 29, 2004), was a Filipino writer, historian and journalist, best known for his short stories and novels. ... School colors are the colors chosen by a school to represent it on uniforms and other items of identification. ... Millie, once mascot of the City of Brampton, is now the Brampton Arts Councils representative. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... The Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning or ASAIHL is a non-governmental organization founded in 1956 to assist higher learning institutions in strengthening themselves through a mutual self help and to achieve international distinction in teaching, research and public service. ... The University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP) is a sports association of eight universities in the Philippines. ... A website (alternatively, Web site or web site) is a collection of Web pages, images, videos or other digital assets that is hosted on one or several Web server(s), usually accessible via the Internet, cell phone or a LAN. A Web page is a document, typically written in HTML... Fountain area inside the Philippine Stock Exchange Plaza, along Ayala Avenue in Makati City, Philippines The Philippine Stock Exchange (Filipino: Pamilihang Sapi ng Pilipinas) (PSE: PSE) is one of the two stock exchanges in the Philippines, the other one being the Philippine Dealing Exchange. ... Manilas President Manuel Roxas Boulevard also known as the Baywalk Manila (Filipino: Maynila) is the capital of the Philippines. ... Map of the University belt showing the different universities. ... A private university is a university that is run without the control of any government entity. ...


FEU is a founding member of the two major collegiate athletic organizations in the Philippines, namely the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA-Philippines) and the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP). {[fact}} For other uses, see NCAA (disambiguation). ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA, often said NC-Double-A) is a voluntary association of about 1200 institutions, conferences, organizations and individuals that organizes the athletics programs of many colleges and universities in the United States. ... UAAP logo: The dual-colored circles around the year 1938 represent the eight member-universities. ...


FEU was once dubbed as the “Largest University in Asia,”[citation needed] with an almost 50,000-student population in the early 1950s.[1]


The university is the the pioneer of accountancy education in the Philippines.[citation needed] It has programs in architecture, fine arts, the arts and sciences, commerce, education, engineering and technology, graduate research, law, nursing, and medicine. Accountancy (profession)[1] or accounting (methodology) is the measurement, statement or provision of assurance about financial information primarily used by managers, investors, tax authorities and other decision makers to make resource allocation decisions within companies, organizations, and public agencies. ...


Among its alumni are former Supreme Court Chief Justice Artemio Panganiban of the Institute of Law, business tycoon Henry Sy of the Institute of Accounts Business and Finance, renowned athlete Lydia de Vega-Mercado of the Institute of Education, among others.


One of the major additions to FEU's facilities is the newly inaugurated Technology Building II, a modern nine-storey building that houses FEU East Asia College and IARFA. Recently, the university received a UNESCO Heritage award for having the largest ensemble of preserved art deco buildings in the country.


FEU is the first university in the Philippines to have campus wide WiFi coverage for its community.[citation needed]


The university also has ISO certification (9001:2000).[citation needed]

Contents

History

thumb|300px|Nicanor Reyes Hall (1945) with American trucks on Quezon Boulevard. This article is about the moral/legal concept. ...


The Far Eastern University traces its roots to the Institute of Accountancy, founded in 1928 by a group of educators led by Dr. Nicanor Reyes Sr., then head of the Department of Economics at the University of the Philippines. With Dr. Reyes were Dr. Francisco Dalupan (who later founded the Philippine College of Commerce and Business Administration in 1946, now known as the University of the East), Professor Antonio Aquino, Emmanuel Deymek and Clemente Uson, all professors at the UP Department of Economics.[citation needed] Founder, 1st President of the Far Eastern University in the City of Manila. ... The Oblation UP Diliman, the flagship campus of the U.P. System UP Baguio UP Extension Program in Pampanga Temporary Campus UP Los Baños UP Manila This article is about the University of the Philippines System. ... The University of the East Manila Campus (UE, UE-Manila or UE Main Campus) is a private nonsectarian university located in University Belt Area, district of Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. ...


The Institute of Accountancy initially offered a three-year non-degree program designed to meet the minimum requirements for the certified public accountant (CPA) board examination. The Institute then branched out to other fields of study, business administration, economics, banking, and finance. One year after its founding, the school became the Institute of Accounts, Business, and Finance (IABF).


Earlier, in 1919, the Far Eastern College, which offered courses in the liberal arts, was founded in Quiapo originally by Don Vicente Fabella (he later made a revival of Far Eastern College and named it as Jose Rizal College). Categories: Possible copyright violations ...


In 1933, the IABF and the Far Eastern College merged and officially became the Far Eastern University.[1]


Under FEU, the Far Eastern College became the Institute of Arts and Sciences, while the Institute of Accounts, Business and Finance retained its name. The Institute of Law was established in 1934, and two years later, the Institute of Technology was established. From the initial 117 students, population grew to 11,000 just before the war. Then Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon hailed and called FEU "the best non-sectarian institution in the country."[1] Manuel Luis Quezon y Molina (b. ...


A cigarette factory on the corner of Azcarraga (now Claro M. Recto Avenue) and M. Lorenzo (now Quezon Boulevard) streets in downtown Manila was the first building of the University. The factory stood on a four-hectare lot which FEU bought and developed into a campus known for its Art Deco design.[2] Claro Mayo Recto (February 8, 1890—October 2, 1960), was a Filipino politician and one of the most brilliant statesmen of his generation. ... For other meanings of the word, see Manila (disambiguation). ... Asheville City Hall. ...


The Japanese Imperial Army Kempetai seized and occupied the FEU compound during the Pacific War. Japanese forces burned and destroyed the University's records, books, and facilities, sparing only the buildings, which they used as a concentration camp. Many executions of top Filipino leaders in resistance to Japanese occupation, like that of Josefa Llanes Escoda and her colleagues were conducted on campus. The Japanese are also said to have killed Dr. Nicanor Reyes and some members of his family.[citation needed] The Imperial Japanese Army (大日本帝国陸軍 Dai-Nippon Teikoku Rikugun) was in existence from the Meiji Reformation to the end of World War II. It was created to replace the traditional Japanese samurai with a modern Western-style conscript army. ... Josefa Llanes Escoda (bottom portrait) is featured on the 1000-peso bill Josefa Llanes Escoda (September 20, 1898–c. ...


FEU reopened during the second semester of 1945. After embarking on an expansion program of physical plant and facilities to accommodate its growing student population and to cope with the demands of the times, FEU focused on improved instruction and training qualified students by establishing the Institute of Graduate Studies in 1958. Various curricula were also reviewed leading to new academic programs. It became a listed corporation (PSE: FEU) in the Philippine Stock Exchange on July 11, 1986. Fountain area inside the Philippine Stock Exchange Plaza, along Ayala Avenue in Makati City, Philippines The Philippine Stock Exchange (Filipino: Pamilihang Sapi ng Pilipinas) (PSE: PSE) is one of the two stock exchanges in the Philippines, the other one being the Philippine Dealing Exchange. ... Fountain area inside the Philippine Stock Exchange Plaza, along Ayala Avenue in Makati City, Philippines The Philippine Stock Exchange (Filipino: Pamilihang Sapi ng Pilipinas) (PSE: PSE) is one of the two stock exchanges in the Philippines, the other one being the Philippine Dealing Exchange. ...


The present acting President is Dr. Lydia B. Echauz who replaced Dr. Edilberto De Jesus after he was appointed Secretary of the Department of Education by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the second time that an FEU executive was appointed Education Secretary.[citation needed] Lydia Balatbat-Echauz, appointed as tenth president of the Far Eastern University - Manila in 2002. ... Edilberto C. de Jesus, appointed as ninth president of the Far Eastern University in the City of Manila, Philippines (1995-2002). ... Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (born April 5, 1947), also known by her initials G.M.A., is the 14th and current president of the Republic of the Philippines. ...


Under the leadership of the Chairman Emeritus Dr. Lourdes Reyes-Montinola, a foundation was created to shoulder expenses for the studies of faculty members here and abroad.[citation needed] International linkages and exchange programs were forged to further educational programs.[citation needed]


On January 28, 2008, FEU unveiled its first nursing virtual lab.[1] is the 28th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ...


The University Seal

The FEU coat-of-arms was conceptualized in 1933 as the official seal of the university and is still being used at present with minor alterations in its shape (oval) and founding year (1928). The standard consists of an eight-pointed golden star representing the first eight main academic disciplines offered by the University. The heraldic supporter is a Sarimanok motif, in full color, projecting the nationalistic spirit upon which the University was founded. It also serves as the link between the past and the present. The FEU alphabet fonts are patterned after the pre-colonial Philippine script or “baybayin.” The same font was used by the nationalist pre-war periodicals El Renacimiento and Renacimiento Filipino.[3] Image File history File links 1933logo. ... An Islamic Legend says that The Prophet found a cock in the firts of the seven heaven. ...

The Tamaraw is the mascot of every FEU athletic team, hence, is the pet name of every FEU student (Tams).[citation needed] Known scientifically as “Bubalus mindorensis”, it is a rare animal found only in the island of Mindoro. The Tamaraw is one of the most intelligent, pugnacious, and aggressive of Philippine animal species.[3] The University colors are green and gold. Gold represents the golden opportunity for the University to serve the youth and for her alumni to serve the country. Green is for hope, representing the founder’s "fair hope of the fatherland." Image File history File links Mindorensis. ... Binomial name Bubalus mindorensis (Heude, 1888) The Tamaraw (Bubalus mindorensis; previously Anoa mindorensis), Tamarao or Mindoro Dwarf Buffalo is a bovine endemic to the island of Mindoro in the Philippines. ... Beach in Northern Mindoro Mindoro is the seventh-largest island in the Philippines. ...

Presidents

  • Nicanor I. Reyes Sr. (1934-1942)
  • Hermenigildo B. Reyes (1945-1946)
  • Clemente Q. Uson (1946-1949)
  • Vidal A. Tan (1949-1952)
  • Teodoro T. Evangelista (1952-1970)
  • Nicanor M. Reyes Jr. (1970-1985)
  • Josephine Cojuangco-Reyes (1985-1989)
  • Felixberto C. Sta. Maria (1989-1995)
  • Edilberto C. de Jesus (1995-2002)
  • Lydia B. Echauz (2002-present)

Campus

The FEU campus in downtown Manila is largest cluster of Art Deco structures in the Philippines designed by National Artist for Architecture Pablo Antonio and contains rare art collections from renowned Filipino artists like Carlos “Botong” Francisco, Fernando Amorsolo, Antonio Dumlao, Simon Saulog, Solomon Saprid and Italian sculptor Francesco Monti.[4] Fernando Cueto Amorsolo (May 30, 1892 - April 26, 1972) is one of the most important artists in the history of painting in the Philippines. ...


In September 2005, out of ten institutional entries from eleven countries in the Asia-Pacific region, FEU won the Honorable Citation Award from the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation.[citation needed] UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) is a specialized agency of the United Nations established in 1945. ...


Buildings

The university administration building (facade).
The university administration building (facade).
Far Eastern University - Institute of Nursing building along Nicanor Reyes St.
Far Eastern University - Institute of Nursing building along Nicanor Reyes St.
The university student pavilion.
The university student pavilion.

Administration Building The Far Eastern University Institute of Nursing is one of the top performing nursing school in the Philippines in terms of Board Licensure performance and employment into various nursing settings. ...

  • FEU Auditorium, Administrative Offices, Research Centers, Computer Operations, University Health Clinic

Chapel

  • Murals depict the Stations of the Cross by National Artist Carlos "Botong" Francisco

Alfredo Reyes Hall

  • Academic Rooms (IABF), Audio/Visual Rooms, Gym

Arts Building

  • Institute of Arts and Sciences, University Conference Center, Administrative Offices, Academic Rooms (IAS), Gym, Science Laboratories

Education Building

  • Institute of Education, Administrative Offices, Academic Rooms (IE, IN, AHSE), Audio/Visual Rooms

Law Building

  • Palaypay Conference Hall, Bar Review Rooms, Academic Rooms (IL, IGS), Moot Court

Nicanor Reyes Hall

  • Institute of Accounts, Business and Finance, University Central Library, Electronic Library, Administrative Offices, Academic Rooms (IABF), Post Office

R. Papa Gym

  • Car Park & Gym

Science Building

  • Physics, Biology & Chemistry Labs, Audio/Visual Rooms, Academic Rooms (IAS, IE, IN, AHSE)

Technology Hall

  • FEU - East Asia College, Institute of Architecture and Fine Arts, Academic Rooms (IARFA, College of Computer Studies (FEU-EAC)), College of Engineering (FEU-EAC)

Nursing Building

  • Institute of Nursing, IN-Associate in Health Science Education, Computer Labs, Nursing Based Academic Rooms (IN, AHSE), FEU-IN Virtual Laboratory

Divisions of FEU

  • Institute of Accounts, Business and Finance (IABF) - LEVEL III {{Fact}]
  • Institute of Architecture and Fine Arts (IARFA) - LEVEL II[citation needed]
  • Institute of Arts and Sciences (IAS) - LEVEL III[citation needed]
  • Institute of Education (IE) - LEVEL II[citation needed]
  • Institute of Nursing (IN) - Virtual Integrated Nursing Education Simulation (VINES Lab)[citation needed] First[citation needed]Virtual Nursing Laboratory in the Philippines, second in Asia[citation needed]. First Joint Commission compliant Nursing Virtual Laboratory in the Philippines and Asia[citation needed]. Level II PAASCU Accreditation[citation needed]. Dubbed as the most technologically equipped school of nursing in the Philippines.[citation needed]
  • Institute of Law (IL)
  • Office of the General Education Curriculum (OGEC)
  • Associate in Health Science Education (AHSE)
  • Teacher's Academy
  • College of Computer Studies (CCS) - EAC - LEVEL III Center of Development in I.T. Education[citation needed]
  • College of Engineering (CoE) - EAC - LEVEL II[citation needed]
  • Institute of Medicine (IM) - NRMF - LEVEL III Center of Excellence in Medical Education[citation needed]
  • School of Medical Technology - NRMF - LEVEL III[citation needed]
  • School of Physical Therapy - NRMF - LEVEL III[citation needed]
  • IT and Business School - FERN - LEVEL I[citation needed]
  • Basic Education - FERN

Image File history File links Question_book-3. ... The Far Eastern University Institute of Nursing is one of the top performing nursing school in the Philippines in terms of Board Licensure performance and employment into various nursing settings. ... Far Eastern University Institute of Law (FEU-IL) or FEU Law is the college of law of Far Eastern University in Manila, Philippines. ...

Research Centers

  • University Research Center (URC) - a university-based research and extension unit that aims to foster a culture of research in the university. The URC facilitates the production of research through funding, research capability-building, research information dissemination, linkages and publication.
  • Center for Studies on the Urban Environment (SURE) - created in response to continuing degradation of the urban environment most especially in the inner cities. As its initial major project, the Center organized in November 2000 the "International Conference on Megacities in the 21st Century," It gathered speakers from Asian and Western Countries who shared their knowledge and experience in Urban renewal and development.
  • Center for Teaching Excellence (CENTEX) - it aims to improve instructional delivery and enhancing the educational experience for all students.
  • Center for Testing and Evaluation (CTE) - a unit of the University under the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, it provides primary support for testing and evaluating students in choosing their programs of study, thus ensuring their suitability and meritorious performance in the program throughout their stay in the academe.

Publications

  • The Advocate (Official Student Publication of Far Eastern University)
  • Ambon
  • Arts and Sciences Review
  • IABF Podium
  • IAS Paragon (Official Publication of the Institute of Arts and Sciences)
  • Cultural Forum
  • FEU-CSO Report
  • FEU Journal
  • FEU Newsletter
  • Tambuli (administrative publication)
  • The Lamp (Official Publication of the Institute of Nursing)
  • Transition (published annually by the President's Committee on Culture)

The Far Eastern University (FEU) Advocate is the official student publication of Far Eastern University, Manila, Philippines. ...

POLITICAL PARTY

  • SANDIGAN PARTY ALLIANCE SINCE 1987 (WWW.FEUSANDIGAN.MULTIPLY.COM)
  • KAMPEON

AHSE Student Council 2007 - 2008

Executice Summary


A fundamental improvement in the student leadership with the aspects of responsible, servant, and ethical governance will demand a major reorganization of our student societies and ways of thinking. This scale of transformation can only be accomplished through basic and sweeping changes in the governmental experiences offered to students. At the same time, student leaders must continually help to re-envision a just and sustainable future toward which we all can strive. This report focuses on three complementary strategies for engaging student leaders not only in the AHSE community but also all over the country.


I. Achieving Higher Service towards Excellence


Students of all fields need to develop “leadership literacy,” the intellectual tools and practical skills to become caring and competent stewards of the student community. Although building a core of political professionals is important, detailed teaching about the political management should not be reserved for future specialists. Reaching all students will require the redirection of traditional disciplines––from history to architecture to business and economics to health care and servitude ––toward a more service-oriented perspective. Few organizations have attempted this challenging task to date, leaving both much work to be done and a great opportunity for progress. The philanthropic community should place a very high priority on working with organizations and faculty to promote leadership literacy at colleges and universities across the country, especially through redirecting traditional disciplines. The most obvious vehicles for student leaders are to serve humanity and political management studies and leadership programs. In a burst of rapid growth that may have been a response to the sentiment and student advocacy surrounding the first student governance, roughly most of all existing programs were formed between 1970 and 1980. Another count was formed from 2001-2007, following the moral reformation in our country advocated by the students. Today there is a greater emphasis on political adventurism. Still, most campuses lack a student leadership program, and the recent expansion may soon be eclipsed by moral stress on colleges and universities from national awareness cuts. Universities and colleges administrations should support the growth, preservation and networking of student leadership studies programs around the country. Student leaders should understand, however, that almost two-thirds of these student leadership program advocates go on to become political-ethics professionals. Student leadership program also reach out to students who will enter other segments of the working population, and fortunately the extent of this outreach is clearer.


Some colleges and universities offer special classes or programs in which students explore campus and community leadership and service problems and their solutions. These programs, like the growing Student Leadership Movement, combine service and learning. They also facilitate interdisciplinary cooperation by providing clear tasks around which faculty and students from different departments can organize. Student councils should encourage these initiatives and other experiential leadership opportunities, including prolific performances.



II. Improving campus student - ethical leadership practices


Learning is not limited to the classroom. Universities are large institutions with significant influential impacts, and they teach behavior by example. By observing and especially by participating in efforts to improve campus student leadership practices, students can develop skills and habits for a lifetime of responsible and servant management involvement. They can also help to mitigate the impact of detrimental campus policies, an enterprise valuable in itself. Ethical leadership should encourage students to take part in campus reformation and student morale stability.


Leadership by example is by far the strongest area of campus student governance reform. Most were started by students, but now the majority is institutionalized. Students and staff have conducted university-wide activities, leadership fora, reformed ethical policies increased moral and ethical stability among students, observed disciplinary aspects, increased student political opportunities, and advocated for integral justice in school decisions.


Ethical student leaders not only should support the university staff in developing networks and information resources for these efforts, but they should also promote the aggressive communication of positive results. While these successes have been dispersed, college and university administrations have increasingly begun to institutionalize mechanisms for campus-wide moral and ethical reform. These include appointing a standing committee, hiring a student leadership program coordinator, and changing official policies.


Student leaders should encourage—and even urge—top administrators to continue on this path of building in political-student leadership management as campus priority for the edifice of political excellence literacy, moral stability and nation’s progress.



III. Strengthening student leadership activism


By participating in activism, students can develop skills and values, challenge and educate their peers, and exert an immediate impact on society at large. Current trends to undo political laws and protections make communication of the strongly pro-student voice a top priority, elevated in urgency from other concerns in this report. Student governance should support regional and national student campaigns with relevance to contemporary student government policy debates. Student leaders should facilitate effective communications and media work, encourage non-partisan student voter registration and education, and promote training programs for democratic participation. Student leadership activism among students received a giant boost in the crucial years surrounding FEU’s global competency of student leadership supremacy. Several hundred university student councils expanded into over thousands; at the same time the number of national groups and networks more than quadrupled. Following large conferences through the years, students conducted national campaigns to reform campus practices, protect students’ rights and welfare, and ensure ethical advocacy through student involvement in nation’s progress. Meanwhile, campus groups worked individually on a much wider range of projects—from starting political, ethical, and social education programs at several institutional student organizations to pressuring their universities to divest from certain demands.


Coordinated national activity dipped after the two presidential controversies that sued students to moral reformation, but since this year has been undergoing a revival, as reflected by other more national standouts of students against demoralization. University administrations should not only help students to strengthen the infrastructure of their political and social movement; they should also support individual campus efforts and centers as well in uniting students to celebrate the genuine significance of Fortitude, Excellence, and Uprightness not only in our university but also all over the country even across the country.


While recent university-wide polls show a record level of cynicism concerning the political system among college students as a whole, student voter turnout actually increased by percent from last election. Furthermore, polls suggest that although students are volunteering in unprecedented numbers, a majority of students believe the government does not do enough to protect their rights and welfare. Under these conditions, increasing student democratic participation and amplifying youth voices are very important strategies for bringing more attention to political problems and building more national will to solve them. For many students, the college years are a time of hope and idealism. By advancing student leadership education, practices, and activism on campus, we can lay the groundwork for a more sustainable future. Such a comprehensive approach during this unique window of opportunity could revitalize the moral movement today and perhaps restore to this University a semblance of its former grace.



Jun Cary V. Suitos


President, AHSE SC ’07 – ‘08


University Student Organizations

  • Advocate: The Official Student Publication of FEU
  • AHSE Student Council (AHSE SC)
  • Art Theatre Clinique (ATC)
  • Architectural Students' Association of the Philippines, Inc.
  • Biology Society
  • Economics Assembly (IABF)
  • Economics Society (IAS)
  • English Language Circle
  • Environmental Society
  • FEU Central Student Organization
  • FEU Chorale
  • FEU Theater Guild
  • IABF Honor Society
  • IABF Student Council
  • IARFA Student Council
  • IAS Chorale
  • IAS Dance Troupe
  • IAS Paragon
  • IAS Student Council
  • IAS Tower
  • IAS Writers Guild
  • IE Student Council
  • IN Student Council
  • Junior Marketing Association
  • Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants
  • League of Advertising Students
  • Literature Society
  • Management Society
  • Mass Communication Society
  • Mathematics Society
  • Negotiorum Lex
  • Oratorical and Debate Council
  • Organization of Junior Finance Executives
  • Political Science Society
  • Psychology Society
  • Public Speaking Chamber
  • Society of Computer Secretarial
  • Tamaraw Volunteers
  • FEU Tau Gamma Phi Fraternity
  • FEU Tau Gamma Sigma Sorority
  • Tourism Management Society
  • United Architects of the Philippines Student Auxiliary
  • Young Educator's Society
  • Youth for Christ

Tau Gamma Phi also known as the Triskelion Grand Fraternity is a fraternity founded at the University of the Philippines on October 4, 1968. ...

Notable FEU alumni

Politics and Governance

Myla F. Valencia City Councilor, Taguig City
Corazon Aquino former President of the Philippines
Artemio Panganiban Bachelor of Law (1960) cum laude, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Ramon Revilla Philippine Senator, known as the father of the Public Works and Highways Infrastructure Program Act of 1995
Blas Ople former Philippine Senator, Secretary of Labor
Alfredo Lim former Philippine Senator, Manila Mayor, founded the City College of Manila and the Museo ng Maynila
Eddie Ilarde former Philippine Senator
Wenceslao Lagumbay former Philippine Senator
Neptali Gonzales II Congressman of Mandaluyong City, former Majority Floor Leader of the Philippine House of Representatives, former Senate President of the Philippines, former Mandaluyong Mayor, created the Rizal Technological University
Crescensio Abad War Veteran and Death March survivor of World War II
Jose Nolledo Commissioner, Philippine Constitutional Commission of 1986; Delegate, 1971 Constitutional Convention
Haydee Yorac former Chairwoman of the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG)
Edilberto Sandoval Associate Justice of Sandiganbayan
Ernesto Garrido BS Foreign Service 1954, first Filipino elected to the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Board and the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions[5]
Manuel Collantes Ll.B. 1940, former Secretary of Foreign Affairs, former Ambassador to the United Nations
Patricia Santo Tomas Chairman, Development Bank of the Philippines; former Secretary of Labor and Employment; former Chairperson of the Civil Service Commission
Jesus Singson former Commanding General of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)
Samuel Ong former Deputy Director, National Bureau of Investigation (NBI)
Sedfrey Ordonez Ll.B. 1946, 1970 delegate Philippine Constitutional Convention, former Solicitor General and Secretary of Justice, former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United Nations, former Chairman of the Commission on Human Rights
Eubulo Verzola former Justice of the Court of Appeals, former Director of the Senate Public Information and Media Relations Office
Fermin Martin Jr. Ll.B. 1955, former Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals
Jesus Elbinas former Presiding Justice of the Court of Appeals
Salome Montoya Ll.B. 1954, Presiding Justice of the Court of Appeals
John Choa Ambassador at Large to the Territory of Guam, USA
Ophelia Balcos first woman and first Asian to Chair the Human Rights Commission of the State of Minneapolis[5]
Rolando Cordero first City Architect of Metro Manila, designed the CAMANAVA master plan[5]
Francisca Aquino 1962 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Government Service
Custodio Parlade President Emeritus of the Philippine Dispute Resolution Centre
Gerardo Espina Sr Member of the Consultative Commission on Charter Change
Juanito Recio Public Information Office Director, Civil Service Commission
John Bayarong Director, Subic Bay Arts Center; Chairman, Union of Journalists of the Philippines
Oscar Rodriguez Former representative of the 3rd District of Pampanga and the incumbent mayor of City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines

Maria Corazon Sumulong Cojuangco Aquino (born January 25, 1933), widely known as Cory Aquino, was President of the Philippines from 1986 to 1992. ... Justice Artemio Panganiban of the Supreme Court of the Philippines Justice Panganiban is the concurrent chairperson of the Philippines Supreme Court (SC) Third Division and the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal (HRET), as well as of seven SC committees involved mainly in judicial reforms. ... Blas F. Ople (February 3, 1927 – December 14, 2003) was a Filipino political figure. ... Alfredo Siojo Lim (born December 21, 1929) is the newly-elected Mayor of the City of Manila and a former senator of the Philippines. ... Jose N. Nolledo is a renowned lawyer, constitutional law expert, and author in the Philippines. ... Judiciary Supreme Court Chief Justice Reynato Puno Court of Appeals · Sandiganbayan Court of Tax Appeals · Ombudsman Elections Commission on Elections 2007 | 2004 | 2001 | 1998 1995 | 1992 | 1987 | 1986 | All Foreign relations Human rights Political clans Other countriesAtlas  Politics Portal      The Philippine Constitutional Commission of 1986 was the commission of the... This page meets Wikipedias criteria for speedy deletion. ... Patricia Sto. ... The Development Bank of the Philippines, commonly known by its initials, DBP, is a bank in the Philippines owned by the Philippine government. ... Judiciary Supreme Court Chief Justice Reynato Puno Court of Appeals · Sandiganbayan Court of Tax Appeals · Ombudsman Elections Commission on Elections Chairman: Resurreccion Z. Borra 2013 | 2010 | 2007 | 2004 | 2001 | 1998 1995 | 1992 | 1987 | 1986 | All Foreign relations Government Website Human rights Other countries Atlas  Politics Portal      The Legislative Districts of... The City of San Fernando, (Kapampangan: Lakanbalen ning San Fernando/Siudad ning San Fernando; Filipino: Lungsod ng San Fernando) is a 2nd class city in the province of Pampanga, Philippines. ...

Business

Henry Sy CEO, SM Prime Holdings, Banco de Oro
Lucio Tan CEO, Asia Brewery, Fortune Tobacco, Philippine Airlines (PAL), Philippine National Bank (PNB),Chairman University of the East
Alfonso Yuchengco BS in Commerce (1946), former Philippine Ambassador to China & Japan,

CEO Yuchengco Group of Companies, Chairman Mapua Institute of Technology To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Lucio Tan (born July 17, 1934) is a prominent Filipino business magnate. ... The University of the East Manila Campus (UE, UE-Manila or UE Main Campus) is a private nonsectarian university located in University Belt Area, district of Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. ... Alfonso T. Yuchengco, popularly known as Ambassador Yuchengco, is a prominent industrialist, certified public accountant, educator, and diplomat in the Philippines. ...

Menardo Jimenez BS in Commerce (1952), former President and CEO, GMA Network Inc.
Alejandro Roces Chairman, Colegio de San Agustin, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, St. Louis University and St. Mary's University; Member, Philippine National Bank Board; former CEO, Associated Broadcasting Corporation (ABC-5); former Editor-in-Chief, The Manila Times; former Dean of the Institute of Arts and Sciences
Benjamin Punongbayan CEO, Punongbayan & Araullo
Ramon Sy BS in Commerce (1952), Chairman Ramsy Corporation, President CEO International Exchange Bank, President Mega Link Inc., Director St. Lukes Medical Center & St. Lukes Medical School
Alfredo Parungao BS in Commerce (1956) - Summa Cum Laude, Senior VP and Chief Finance Officer Fort Bonifacio, President CEO Philcom
Ramon Ang President, San Miguel Corporation
Wilfrido Tecson BS in Commerce major in Accounting - Summa Cum Laude, Co-founder Solid Bank

former Vice President China Bank, former President and CEO Equitable Bank, current Trustee Asian Institute of Management

Renato Paras BS in Commerce major in Accounting (1949) Summa Cum Laude, FEU scholar to Columbia University - MS in Accounting, Trustee FERN Realty Corp., IBM Philippines, Philippine Women's University
Teresita Turla BS Commerce major in Accounting 1958, Vice President Insular Bank of Asia and America, President PCI Capital Corporation, Chair Multigrade Securities Corporation
Carlos Palanca, Jr. former Chairman of the Board, La Tondeña, Inc.; Lepanto Consolidated Mining Co.; Beneficial Life Insurance Co., Inc.; Filipinas Synthetic Fiber Corporation; Manila Peninsula Hotel, Inc.; Peggy Mills, Inc.; Philippine Oil and Geothermal Energy, Inc. former President, La Tondeña, Inc.; BA-Lepanto Building Corp.; Philippine Koyo Bearing Corp. former Director, Far East Bank and Trust Company; AG&P Industrial, Corp.; Binalbagan-Isabela Sugar, Corp.; Commonwealth Foods, Inc.; Philippine Associated Smelting and Refining Corp.; Private Development Corp. of the Philippines; Trans-Philippine Investment Corp.
Angel Palanca Foremost Filipino Industrialist and Philanthropist
George Yang President and CEO, McDonalds Philippines Corp.
Jose Antonio Mañosa Internationally renowned Architect. A graduate from the Institute of Architecture and Fine Arts

Sports

Lydia De Vega-Mercado Gold medalist, Asian Games, New Delhi, 1982
Elma Muros-Posadas Southeast Asian Games Gold Medalist
Haydee Coloso-Espino Gold Medalist, Swimming, Manila Asiad, 1954
Anthony Villanueva Gave the Philippines its FIRST Silver Medal in the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
Marestella Torres 23rd SEA Games Gold Medalist, Manila Philippines; Silver medalist, Women’s Long Jump, 16th Asian Athletic Championships, Korea, 2005
Arnel Ferrera 23rd SEA Games Record Holder Gold Medalist, Hammer Throw, Manila Philippines
Mark Denver Atienza 23rd SEA Games Gold Medalist Fencing, Manila Philippines
Brian Peralta 23rd SEA Games Bronze Medalist Dancesport, Manila Philippines
Jayson Gonzales 22nd SEA Games Gold Medalist Chess, Vietnam; International Master
Veronica Domingo 22nd SEA Games, Gold Medalist Taekwondo, Vietnam
Lerma Bulauitan Gold Medalist 2003 Asian Grand Prix, Manila Philippines
Tirso del Rosario Boxing Champion, International Hall of Fame
Johnny Abarrientos Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) most valuable player
Bernabe Lovina Philippines Sportswriters Association (PSA) Awardee for Track, 1950
Felicisimo "Totoy" Ampon PSA Awardee for Tennis, 1950
Ricardo Fortaleza Gold Medalist 6th Asian Games, Silver Medalist 1971 Asian Boxing Champion, Olympian 1972 Munich Olympics, Philippines Amateur Boxing of the Year 1970-1972, Araullo High School's Most Outstanding Alumnus in Sports 1993
Victor Pablo Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) player
Arwind Santos UAAP Most Valuable Player twice, UAAP Champion in 2003, 2004, 2005, selected 2nd overall by the Air21 Express in the 2006 PBA Draft
Celino Cruz Point Guard for Red Bull Barako and former RP player.

Johnny Abarrientos (born July 17, 1970) is a professional basketball player for the Barangay Ginebra Kings in the Philippine Basketball Association. ... Ricardo Mendoza Fortaleza (Born April 18, 1951 in Malate, Manila, Philippines) is a Filipino-Australian retired Olympic amateur boxer/amateur boxing coach and boxing instructor. ... Arwind Santos (born July 19, 1981 in Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines) is a Filipino basketball player, playing for Far Eastern University in the UAAP and the Magnolia Ice Cream Spinners in the Philippine Basketball League. ... The Air21 Express (formerly FedEx Express) is a Philippine Basketball Association team. ... The 2006 Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Rookie Draft is a Philippine Basketball Association event, which will allows teams to draft players from the amateur ranks. ...

Mass Media and Entertainment

Lucila Hosillos, PhD AB English 1958, 2001 Outstanding Scholar Cambridge England, 1999 Centennial Awardee for Literature Manila, 1987 Asean Awardee for Literary Works Bangkok
Rosa Rosal 1999 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Public Service, Veteran Actress & Philanthropist
Bienvenido Lumbera 1993 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
Francisco Sionil Jose 1980 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Journalism, Literature, Creative Communication Arts & Author
Lina Diaz de Rivera 1996 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awardee for Literature
Azucena Uranza 1990 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awardee for Literature
Jesus Q. Cruz two-time Carlos Palanca Memorial Awardee for Literature (1981, 1983), former music and drama critic of the Philippine Star
Joe Buhain 1969 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awardee for Literature, 1979 CCP 10th anniversary playwriting contest grand prizewinner, 1977 FAMAS awardee for best screenplay
Anacleta Encarnacion, PhD 1st Filipina scholar to study Shakespeare and Elizabethan Drama at the Shakespeare Institute, Department of Extramural Studies, University of Birmingham England, FEU professor
Fidela “Tiya Dely” Magpayo TV/Radio Broadcaster
Frankie "Ka Kiko" Evangelista Veteran news anchor, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation +
Edwin M. Cordevilla Poet, Journalist, Foreign & Environment editor of the defunct Manila Chronicle,

media consultant to the Philippine Board of Investments and the Department of Finance Bienvenido Lumbera is a prizewinning poet, critic and dramatist from the Philippines. ... F. Sionil José or Francisco Sionil José, born December 3, 1924, is one of the most widely-read Filipino writers in the English language. ... The Philippine Star is one of the leading daily newspapers in the Philippines. ...

Joselito "Totel" de Jesus Poet, journalist
Ai-Ai de las Alas (Martina Aileen de las Alas) AB Mass Communications (1985), actress, comedienne, singer, commercial endorser
Vernie Varga One of the 1st Philippines "Jazz Diva"
Edgar Mortiz TV and Film Director, Actor
Rey Valera Singer and Composer
Edgar Liwanag Canadian singer, composer. Portrayed "The Kralahorne" in the Vancouver, BC production of The King and I
Joe Quirino TV Host, Columnist/Editor
Mario Bautista People's Journal Writer, Editor
Juan Rodrigo TV/Stage & Movie Actor
Maria Anthea Oreta Robles Bb. Pilipinas International 1989; Restaurateur New York, USA
Carmelita Valdez News Reporter, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation
Jorge Carino Radio and TV Reporter, ABS-CBN
Ernie Baron Weather Man & News Reporter, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation +
Wendy Valdez Binibining Pilipinas-Tourism titleholder, commercial model, one of the models of kapamilya deal or no deal, pinoy big brother season 2 third big placer

Ai-Ai de las Alas Ai-Ai de las Alas (born 1964), is a Filipino comedienne and film actress. ... Wendy Valdez as Margarita. ...

Educational Administration and Teaching

Agustin Benitez 1959 BAR Topnotcher (1st place), former Dean of College of Law and Vice-president University of the East
Epifania Claur Associate Professor, Human Kinetics Program, University of the Philippines - Baguio
Ed Vincent Albino Dean College of Law, University of Perpetual Help; Law Professor San Beda College of Law, Adamson University, Perpetual Help College of Law
Arsenio Pascual Jr Lecturer in Medical Jurisprudence, College of Law, University of the Philippines
Federico Silao Professor, School of Urban and Regional Planning, University of the Philippines
Rita Chang, PhD Faculty in Mathematics & Social Science, Robert Morris College, Chicago
Luz DeGuzman Assistant Professor, Mercy College, New York
Sonia Reyes Adjunct Faculty, City College of San Francisco
Ana C. Kong University Professor of Communication, Governors State University in Illinois
Wilbert Ching Lecturer in Allied Health and Medical Assisting, Quienbaug Valley Community College
Roman Alvarez, EdD Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership & Counseling, Prairie View A & M University - Member of the Texas A&M University System, Texas
Flordeliza Castro, EdD Commissioner, Philippine Association of Colleges & Universities - Commission on Accreditation

Vice president Philippine Association for Teacher Education

Josefina De Jesus, EdD Chief Secondary Education Division - Department of Education, President Philippine Association of Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs of Secondary Education
Rosalinda Evangelista Chair Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Associate Commissioner of the Philippine Regulatory Commission
Lucila Tibigar, EdD BS Ed 1950, Director of the National Educational Testing Research Center

Nursing

Abelardo G. Andrada,RN BSN FEU Class 1982, Head Nurse of Urology and Kidney Transplant, Riyadh Military Hospital, Patient Care Coordinator, San Francisco Medical Center. New York State RN, California State RN, Clinical Nurse Cardiothoracic Stepdown Unit. NY, NY
Aldrin Vasquez, RN BS Nursing 2007, Designer of the FEU-IN VINES Laboratory Logo, FEU-IN
Christine Marie Palmes, RN BS Nursing 2005, Associate VINES Coordinator, FEU-IN
Patriuss Dionisio Cruz, RN BS Nursing 2007, Top 7 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination June 2007
Vanessa Lucas Santos, RN BS Nursing 2007, Top 9 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination June 2007
Roanne Manzon Mendoza, RN BS Nursing 2007, Top 10 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination June 2007
Relloyd Lopez, RN BS Nursing 2005, Assistant Nurse Unit Manager - Unit Clinical Educator, St. Luke's Medical Center

VINES Coordinator, FEU-IN[2]

Ladea Tan, RN BS Nursing 2006, Top 7 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination June 2006
Fortune Kennedy, R.N. BS Nursing 1964 Cum Laude, Director of the Nurses of Veterans Affairs Foundation, Program Chief of the Central Office and the Department of Veteran Affairs
Araceli Antonio, RN Assistant Director-Vocational Nursing Program, NCP Vocational School, South San Francisco
Arthur P. Cantos, RN BSN FEU Class 1979, former Nurse Manager, Cardio-thoracic Unit, University of California, San Francisco Medical Center. San Francisco, CA.; President and CEO, Bayani Nurse Consulting Agency and Bayani Nurse Center, Inc.

Science

Ed Laguerta Resident volcanologist of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs)
Elpidio Remigio, PhD Postdoctoral research fellow, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan
Paciente A. Cordero, Jr. PhD BS Botany 1963, 1979 Outstanding Young Men for his work on Marine Algae, Executive Director National Research Council of the Philippines, Department of Science and Technology

References

  1. ^ a b c d Lucila Amparo. History of the Far Eastern University. Thesis, M.A. in History, FEU - Institute of Graduate Studies. 1955
  2. ^ Margaux Ortiz. Art Deco buildings thrive on FEU campus. Inquirer.net. Last updated 04:56am (Mla time) 01/15/2007
  3. ^ a b The Advocate. The Official Student Publication of FEU. University Profile
  4. ^ Nick Agudo . . . [et al.]. Art and culture @ Far Eastern University. Sylvia Roces Montilla, editor-in-chief, production director; Alfredo Roces, book & jacket design; Rafael R. Montinolla, technical consultant; Philip Escudero, Neal Oshima, Alfredo Roces, photography. Published by the Far Eastern University in the City of Manila, 2003.
  5. ^ a b c Far Eastern University Alumni Achievers: Diamond Edition. Published by the Far Eastern University in the City of Manila, 2003.

Further reading

  • Far Eastern University alumni achievers : diamond edition 2003. Published by the Far Eastern University in the City of Manila, 2003.
  • Art and culture @ Far Eastern University. Nick Agudo . . . [et al.]; Sylvia Roces Montilla, editor-in-chief, production director; Alfredo Roces, book & jacket design; Rafael R. Montinolla, technical consultant; Philip Escudero, Neal Oshima, Alfredo Roces, photography. Published by the Far Eastern University in the City of Manila, 2003.
  • FEU: the practical vision of Nicanor Reyes. By Beth Romulo, Philippine Panorama 32(10): 6 Mr 16, 2003
  • FEU Auditorium : a golden heritage : the premier cultural center, 1949-1999. By Sylvia R. Montilla, ©2000 Published by Far Eastern University in the City of Manila
  • Breaking The Silence. By Lourdes Montinola, ©1998 Published by University of the Philippines Press - ISBN 971-542-128-8
  • Mr. FEU: The Culture Hero That was Nicanor Reyes. By Nick Joaquin, ©1995 Published by FEU, Manila - ISBN 971-687-001-X
  • History of the Far Eastern University. By Lucila Amparo, (Thesis, M.A. in History, FEU - Institute of Graduate Studies) 1955
  • FEU Green and Gold, 1948-1949. Published by the Far Eastern University in the City of Manila, 1949

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See Also



The Far Eastern University Institute of Arts and Sciences (IAS) has been considered as one of the Philippines lead producers of prominent television and radio broadcasters, writers, actors, directors, including professionals in the field of science, such as biology, psychology, and technologists. ... The Far Eastern University Institute of Nursing is one of the top performing nursing school in the Philippines in terms of Board Licensure performance and employment into various nursing settings. ... Far Eastern University Institute of Law (FEU-IL) or FEU Law is the college of law of Far Eastern University in Manila, Philippines. ... FEU - East Asia College, formerly known as East Asia College of Information Technology (EACIT) and East Asia Institute of Computer Technology (EAICT) was established in 1992. ... Main Gate in Sampaguita Ave. ... The FEU Hospital in the mid 50s Fifty years ago, the Far Eastern University Institute of Medicine was born from a vision of Dr. Nicanor Reyes, founder and first President of FEU, to pioneer a non-sectarian education dedicated to nation-building. ... League UAAP Joined 1938 Founding member of the NCAA on 1924 Seniors general championships UAAP: 16 (1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50, 1950-51, 1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1959-60, 1968-69, 1973-74, 1981-82) Juniors general championships UAAP... UAAP logo: The dual-colored circles around the year 1938 represent the eight member-universities. ... UAAP Season 70 is the 2007-2008 season of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, which is currently being hosted by the University of Santo Tomas. ... Adamson University (AdU) or simply Adamson is one of the largest private Catholic university in Manila, Philippines. ... The Ateneo de Manila University (also called Ateneo de Manila or simply the Ateneo) is a private university run by the Society of Jesus in the Philippines. ... Website: www. ... National University (NU) is a university in Manila, Philippines. ... The University of the East Manila Campus (UE, UE-Manila or UE Main Campus) is a private nonsectarian university located in University Belt Area, district of Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. ... The University of the Philippines, Diliman, or U.P. Diliman for short, is the flagship campus and the largest Constituent University of the University of the Philippines System. ... The Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas, The Catholic University of the Philippines (or simply the University of Santo Tomas, UST or affectionately, Ustê), is a private Roman Catholic university run by the Order of Preachers in Manila. ... The De La Salle-Santiago Zobel School (DLSZ, De La Salle Zobel or Zobel) is a Catholic institution for boys and girls located in Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila, the Philippines. ... Main Gate in Sampaguita Ave. ... The University of the Philippines Integrated School (or UPIS) is the laboratory school of the University of the Philippines, Diliman, College of Education. ... The University of Santo Tomas High School (UST High School, USTHS, UST Pay High), established on June 6, 1228, is the high school department of the University of Santo Tomas (UST), located at Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. ... League UAAP Joined 1952 Seniors general championships UAAP: none Juniors general championships UAAP: none Location San Marcelino, Manila Team colors Navy blue and white Juniors team Baby Falcons Womens team Lady Falcons Staple cheer Falcons lets go, Falcons lets fight! The Adamson Soaring Falcons is the varsity team of... League UAAP Joined 1978 Founding member of the NCAA in 1924 Seniors general championships UAAP: none NCAA: 1 (1968-69) Juniors general championships UAAP: 20 (1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1980-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1987-88, 1990-91, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994... League UAAP Joined Member since 1986 (Founding member of the NCAA in 1924-Member from 1924 to 1980-81) Seniors general championships UAAP : none NCAA: 6 (1967-68, 1972-73, 1974-75, 1976-77, 1977-78, 1980-81) Juniors general championships UAAP: none NCAA: 2 (1965-66, 1966-67) (*La... League UAAP Joined 1938 Founding member of the NCAA on 1924 Seniors general championships UAAP: 16 (1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50, 1950-51, 1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1959-60, 1968-69, 1973-74, 1981-82) Juniors general championships UAAP... League UAAP Joined 1938 Founding member of the NCAA on 1924 Seniors general championships UAAP: 1 (1986-87) Juniors general championships UAAP: none Location M. Jhocson, Manila Team colors Navy and gold Juniors team Bullpups Womens team Lady Bulldogs Staple cheer Mabuhay Nacional! The NU Bulldogs is the varsity... League UAAP Joined 1952 Seniors general championships UAAP: 5 (1965-66, 1969-70, 1971-72, 1972-73, 1974-75) Juniors general championships UAAP: 5 (1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82, 2005-06) Location C.M. Recto, Manila Team colors Red and White Juniors team Pages Womens team... The Fighting Maroons is the varsity team of the University of the Philippines, Diliman. ... League UAAP Joined 1938 Founding member of the NCAA on 1924 Seniors general championships UAAP: 34 (1958-59, 1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1967-68, 1970-71, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1979-80, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1987-88, 1988-89... The De La Salle Junior Archers, formerly the Green Bengals, is the varsity team of De La Salle-Santiago Zobel School and is the Juniors team of the De La Salle Green Archers in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines. ... League UAAP Joined 1938 Juniors general championships UAAP: none Location Nicanor Reyes, Manila (Srs. ... UP owns the longest streak for most number of consecutive titles in both Womens and Mens Division which is 6 and 4, respectively. ... The University Athletic Association of the Philippines holds its basketball tournament from July to October of a calendar year. ... The annual UAAP Cheerdance Competition (CDC) is held at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Philippines The UAAP Cheerdance Competition is an annual one-day event of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines for cheerleading. ... The UAAP Football tournament is held during the second round of the year-long UAAP season. ... The University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Judo Tournament before was held during the second semester. ... The following is the list of UAAP Softball Champions. ... UAAP Swimming Champions since 1938. ... The University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) taekwondo tournament is before held in the second semester. ... Tennis has been a sport in the program of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) since 1949-1950 season. ... University Athletic Association of the Philippines Track and Field champions since 1938. ... The University Athletic Association of the Philippines volleyball tournament was usually held in first semester. ... The UAAP Logo The University Athletic Association of the Philippines Overall Championship is awarded to the school with the highest point total in the different UAAP events. ...

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