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Encyclopedia > San Beda College

Colegio de San Beda
Kolehiyo ng San Beda

Motto: Fides, Scientia, Virtus
Established: 1901
Type: Private, Roman Catholic, Benedictine
Rector-President: Rev. Fr. Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB (Alabang campus); Rev. Fr. Mateo. J. De Jesus, OSB (Mendiola-Taytay campuses)
Faculty: 915 (including service personnel)
Undergraduates: approx. 4,000
Postgraduates: Law, Medicine, Liturgical Studies, MBA
Location: Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
Campus: Mendiola, Manila (Main); Taytay, Rizal; Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Hymn: Bedan Hymn
Colors: Red and White
Nickname: San Beda Red Lions
Mascot: Red Lion, Little Indians
Website: www.sanbeda.edu.ph

San Beda College (SBC) (Spanish for Saint Bede) is a college run by the Benedictine monks in the Philippines. It is located at Mendiola Street in San Miguel, Manila. It was founded in 1901 to cope with the ever-growing need of the population for education.[citation needed] San Beda, which was known then as El Colegio de San Beda, started as an all-boys elementary school, it has since expanded to include high school department and Colleges of Arts and Science and Law School. Currently, it has three other campuses: the San Beda College-Rizal (the largest San Beda campus in size), and the new extension campus for the College of Law at Muntinlupa City. It also has a brother school named San Beda College Alabang (formerly known as St. Benedict College and Benedictine Abbey School) located in Alabang Hills in Muntinlupa. Also, the Paul VI Institute of Liturgy in Malaybalay is being managed by the Benedictine monks. Image File history File links San_Beda_Old_English. ... Image File history File links The official coat of arms of San Beda College This image depicts a seal, an emblem, a coat of arms or a crest. ... 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). ... Catholic Church redirects here. ... For the college, see Benedictine College. ... A faculty is a division within a university. ... In some educational systems, undergraduate education is post-secondary education up to the level of a Bachelors degree. ... Degree ceremony at Cambridge. ... For other meanings of the word, see Manila (disambiguation). ... For the capital city of the Philippines, see Manila. ... Taytay is a 1st class urban municipality in the province of Rizal, Philippines. ... The City of Muntinlupa (Filipino: Lungsod ng Muntinlupa) is the southernmost city in Metro Manila. ... School colors are the colors chosen by a school to represent it on uniforms and other items of identification. ... The athletic nickname, or equivalently athletic moniker, of a university or college within the United States of America is the name officially adopted by that institution for at least the members of its athletic teams. ... Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... League NCAA and WNCAA Joined 1924 Seniors general championships NCAA: none Juniors general championships NCAA: 10 (1982-83, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 2002-03) Location Mendiola, Manila (Srs. ... Millie, once mascot of the City of Brampton, is now the Brampton Arts Councils representative. ... 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 more web servers, usually accessible via the Internet. ... Bede, commonly known as the Venerable Bede, (c. ... For other uses, see College (disambiguation). ... St Benedict of Nursia (c. ... Mendiola Street is a short thoroughfare in the district of San Miguel in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. ... For other meanings of the word, see Manila (disambiguation). ... The City of Muntinlupa (Filipino: Lungsod ng Muntinlupa) is the southernmost city in Metro Manila. ...


Located in a once quiet, middle-class residential area, San Beda College is now part of Manila's bustling University Belt, an irregular crescent curving for about six kilometers through six districts of Manila, containing more than thirty colleges and universities. Map of the University belt showing the different universities. ...


At present, San Beda College has seven departments: the Basic Education Department; the College of Arts and Sciences, which offers liberal arts, science and business programs; the College of Law, founded in 1948; the Graduate Schools of Business, Liturgy and Law; the College of Medicine, and the College of Nursing. San Beda opened its doors to female students in 2004 and relocated its Basic Education Department (pre-school to high school) to a new campus in Taytay, Rizal.


San Beda is a founding member of the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines).[citation needed] Its varsity teams are the San Beda Red Lions with their Team A referred to as Team Animo and Team B as Team Behold. San Beda College Alabang is a member of different sports leagues such as the WNCAA, NCAA South and the National Cheerleading Competition(NCC). For other uses, see NCAA (disambiguation). ... League NCAA and WNCAA Joined 1924 Seniors general championships NCAA: none Juniors general championships NCAA: 10 (1982-83, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 2002-03) Location Mendiola, Manila (Srs. ...

Contents

Facilities

Inside the St. Placid's Sports Complex
Inside the St. Placid's Sports Complex

The physical lay-out of the school provides for both functionality and aesthetics. The school maximizes available space and provisions for multi-purpose rooms. Each classroom has 2 airconditioning units, overhead projectors and, LCD projectors are also provided for each classroom with white screens. A fully air-conditioned and well-lit Conference Hall is also available for use. The school's major athletic facilities include the St. Placid's Sports Complex, the senior football field, the physical fitness room, and the swimming pool. Image File history File links St_Placids. ... Image File history File links St_Placids. ...


San Beda College has four libraries, two auditoriums, four science laboratories, six computer laboratories, a medical and dental clinic, two covered basketball courts, a football field, two swimming pools, a quadrangle where graduations and morning assemblies are held, 2 canteens, and a bookstore.


Transition

San Beda College used to be an exclusive school for boys. It became a co-educational institution in 2003.[citation needed] It was the same period when the Commission on Higher Education of the Philippines granted Full Autonomy to the College.[citation needed] It also consistently maintained its Level III PAASCU Accreditation. Upon the granting of Full Autonomy, the College offered Nursing courses and started to transfer its Grade School and High School at Taytay Rizal. The last batch of High School students from Mendiola graduated last March 31, 2006 while only two batches of Grade School, Grades 5 and 6, students now remain at the same campus. The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) is the governing body covering both public and private higher education institutions as well as degree-granting programs in all tertiary educational institutions in the Philippines. ... The Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) is private, voluntary, non-profit and non-stock corporation which was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission on December 2, 1957. ... is the 90th day of the year (91st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Campus life

San Beda College occupies a 35,000 square metre lot along the historic Mendiola Street in the City of Manila. It is easily accessible by private or public transportation. Along its periphery are situated other colleges and universities, dormitories, shopping centers and restaurants. It takes advantage of the second line of the Light Rail Transit System that passes along the busy Claro M Recto Avenue and Legarda Street. Mendiola Street is a short thoroughfare in the district of San Miguel in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. ... For other meanings of the word, see Manila (disambiguation). ...


Though situated at the center of a bustling metropolis near the country's seat of power, the Malacanang Palace, the school maintains a relatively relaxed, urbane and closely-knit environment among the members of the Bedan community. Depiction of the Malacañang Palace at the back of the 20-peso bill. ...


23 monks work in the school as administrators, chaplains, teachers and guidance counsellors. Grade school and high school classes start at 7.30 in the morning and end in the afternoon, while college classes start in the afternoon and end at 9.30 in the evening.


The co and extra-curricular activities of San Beda College encourage creative leadership, collaborative management and harmonious empowerment among the students. Each academic department has its own Student Council which closely monitors all activities. To ensure better implementation and relevance to the organization's constitutions and objectives, student organizations are required to submit and if need be, defend a Student Activity Program-Budget Proposal.


Official Student Publications

The Bedan

The Bedan is the official student newspaper of San Beda College, College of Arts and Sciences. It is owned and published by the students, although directly and immediately managed by a group of student journalists.


The Bedan is now on its 65th volume.


Notable Alumni


Notable members include:

  • Speaker Ramon V. Mitra (Editor in Chief)
  • Senator Raul Roco (Editor in Chief)
  • Mr. Daryl P. Dayco"DA" (next victor basa)
  • Senator Rene A.V. Saguisag (Editor in Chief)
  • Jaime T. Licauco (Literary Editor)
  • Raul Contreras (Staff)
  • Abelardo V. Cortez (Editor in Chief)
  • Arthur Amansec (Editor in Chief)
  • Dante Q. Barbosa (Editor in Chief)
  • Ramon F.R. Medina (Editor in Chief)
  • Eric S. Giron (Abricals Editor)
  • Oscar Contreras, Jr. (Editor in Chief)
  • Atty. Enrique D. Perez (Editor in Chief)
  • Raul S. Gonzalez (Editor in Chief)
  • Associate Justice Antonio M. Martinez (Editor in Chief)
  • Alejo L. Villanueva Jr. (Editor in Chief)

Raul Sagarbarria Roco (October 26, 1941 – August 5, 2005) was a political figure in the Philippines. ...

Echoes

ECHOES is the official yearbook publication of the College of Arts and Sciences of San Beda College.


SPIRES

SPIRES is the official literary journal of San Beda College, College of Arts and Sciences. It was established in 1956, with a 76-page journal with Ret. Rev. Wilfrid Rojo, then college rector as the moderator, Deputy Dean Recaredo V. Enriquez, advisor, and Fortunato Gerardo as the first editor. Gerardo envisioned the journal as a medium for “the furtherance of the facility and beauty of expression… to expose the trend of writing, the attitude of thinking and intensity of feeling or degree of idealism of students who try to translate their thoughts and emotions into the alphabet of thinking.”


Because of the few surviving records and copies of SPIRES, the exact number of publications can no longer be provided and only a few copies of the past issues served as a mirror to the present.


SPIRES has taken various forms. It has become a research journal with topics ranging from phenomenology, theology, and giving critics of certain trends and ideas of the generation they represent. SPIRES also served as a publication for all the winners of SPIRES literary contest held throughout the Bedan community in Mendiola. From then on, SPIRES catered to a number of writers and has witnessed the times and changes of a generation. Of the recent achievement of the publication, Last 2002, during the 1st Catholic Mass Media Awards, the literary journal was a finalist among a number of publications all throughout the country bested only by Ustetika from the University of Sto. Tomas. Also, in 2005 The SPIRES applied for an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN). Further, The SPIRES had also been the literary journal to have its pages available to: Benildus Maramba, OSB, Carlos M. Tayag, Jaime Licauco, Rene Saguisag, Bernardo Ma. Perez, OSB, Tarcisio Narciso, OSB, Raul Roco, Herbert Bautista, and Fr. Anscar Chupungco, OSB, to name a few of its hundreds of contributors.


In the 1960s, the journal released three issues per academic year, which gradually fell to two issues. It sometimes took at least two years just to compile a volume of Bedan literature. There were a number of years wherein nothing was heard of the publication such that rumors spread that The SPIRES had become defunct.


Over the past decade, The Bedan, the student publication of the College of Arts and Sciences realized the need for an avenue for Bedan literature. It was in 1989, thru the initiative of The Bedan literary editor Samuel C.S. Porcalla that The SPIRES was reborn, carrying the cover theme: "The Rebirth". The Bedan served as aide to The SPIRES, which resulted in confusion that The SPIRES was re-launched under The Bedan. However, The SPIRES and The Bedan are two publications serving different purposes under different management. And while being assisted by The Bedan, the literary journal took a number of facelifts. Aside from text, photos and caricatures are now included in the journal giving The SPIRES a more comprehensive means of communicating the message that it wants to convey to the Bedan community.


At present, The SPIRES seeks to promote a culture of writing among Bedans.


Programs offered

San Beda College-Rizal:

San Beda College Rizal Campus
San Beda College Rizal Campus

Starting 2004, the Basic Education Department was relocated to a new campus in Taytay, Rizal. Image File history File linksMetadata SBC-R0016. ... Image File history File linksMetadata SBC-R0016. ...


Basic Education Department

  • Primary Grade School (Nursery to Grade 2)
  • Middle Grade School (Grades 3 to 5) (Rizal campus)
  • Middle Grade School (Grades 5 to 6) (Mendiola campus)
  • High School (Rizal Campus)

San Beda College-Mendiola, Manila:

College of Arts and Sciences

  • AB-Philosophy
  • BS-Accountancy
  • BS-Business Administration major in Operations Management
  • BS-Business Administration major in Human Resource Management
  • BS-Business Administration major in Entrepreneurship
  • BS-Economics and Public Policy
  • BS-Financial Management and Systems Development
  • BS-Information and Communication Technology
  • BS-Legal Management
  • BS-Marketing and Corporate Communications
  • BS-Psychology

College of Nursing

In 2003, the board of trustees of San Beda College approved the opening of the College of Nursing in consortium with Loyola Medical College Foundation chaired by Dr. Johnny Fong.


On its first year the College was housed in the third floor of St. Benedict's Hall. A year later, in June 15, 2004, the New Nursing building was blessed and inaugurated in honor of Rose and Albert Fong. It has 12 rooms and 2 Skills Laboratories. The Skills Lab A serves as the lecture room for RLE activities while the Skills Lab B was set up as a "Mini Hospital" which includes an Operating Room, Nurses Station, Private Rooms, Delivery Rooms and Nursery.


The College of Nursing is one of the youngest course in San Beda College. It had a good performance during the 2005 Nursing Board Exams, wherein 88% of Bedan Nursing examinees passed and one of them is a board topnotcher (8th place), which was cited by the Commission on Higher Education for a good performance and included as one of the Top Nursing Schools in Metro Manila.[citation needed]


Up to the present, the College offers quality Nursing education and remains competitive among other older established Colleges in the country. With very competent faculties and facilities to offer.


College of Medicine

The College of Medicine was established in March 09, 2002 to offer a four year course leading to the Degree of Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) and to help San Beda eventually gain university status[citation needed] being its fifth unit. It has a faculty of over 70 medical lecturers.[citation needed] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Doctor of Medicine (M.D. or MD, from the Latin Medicinae Doctor meaning Teacher of Medicine,) is an academic degree for medical doctors. ...


The College occupies most of St. Benedict's Hall for its offices and classrooms. It uses several laboratories in St. Maur's Bldg. along with other colleges and have a dedicated cadaver room on the third floor for its anatomy classes. Clinical clerks (fourth year medical students) do their clinical rotations at Rizal Medical Center, Quirino Memorial Medical Center, Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center, Makati Medical Center, Philippine Children's Medical Center, Veterans Memorial Medical Center and Makati City Health Centers.[citation needed] For other uses, see Cadaver (disambiguation). ...


The College has sent examinees from its first batch of graduates from the school term 2002-2003 to the August 2007 medical board exams. Seventy-one percent of students passed.[citation needed]


College of Law

The College of Law was founded in 1948. It has produced reputable Filipino lawyers such as former Senator Rene Saguisag, the late Senator Raul S. Roco, and six Justices of the Supreme Court -- Florenz D. Regalado, the holder of the highest bar exam grade in the country, Justo P. Torres Jr., Gregorio Perfecto, Antonio M. Martinez, Romeo J. Callejo Sr., Antonio Eduardo B. Nachura. San Beda College of Law is the law degree-granting unit of San Beda College(SBC), a private, Roman Catholic college run by the Benedictine monks in the Philippines. ...


In 2004, the San Beda College, in partnership with the Supreme Court of the Philippines and the Philippine Judicial Academy, established the Graduate School of Law with post-graduate studies focused on criminal justice and the judicial system in the country.


Graduate Schools:

Graduate School of Business

Three (3) graduate programs in business, namely: (1) Master of Business Administration (MBA), (2) Master in Entrepreneurial Management (MEM), and (3) Master of Business Administration-Organizational Development (MBA-OD) were initially offered in 2001. Graduate students grew from 44 in 2001 to about 250 during the AY 2005-2006. These graduate programs have produced 73 graduates since the initial offering.[citation needed]


On its second year of program offerings in 2003, the Commission on Higher Education rated San Beda Graduate School of Business as “very good”.[citation needed]


San Beda College opened one satellite campus at its sister school, San Beda College-Alabang, and has offered the Law and MBA programs since AY 2005-2006.


The Doctor of Business Administration Program launched in AY 2005-2006, currently has 20 students, 15 of which are Indonesians.[citation needed]


Courses under these programs are guided by course syllabi designed following a competency-based curriculum. These courses are handled by 17 faculty members, 6 of which are DBA holders. These include academicians, practitioners, and entrepreneurs.[citation needed]


Students and faculty members are given opportunities to publish completed researches in the school’s publication known as “The Graduate School of Business Research Journal.”


Course Offerings
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Entrepreneurial Management
  • Executive MBA program
  • Doctor of Business Administration

Graduate School of Liturgy

From the initial offering of the Master of Arts in Liturgy at the Paul VI Institute of Liturgy in Malaybalay, Bukidnon, the Graduate School of Liturgy (GSL) was formally established in San Beda College-Mendiola in 2002. The GSL offers the Master of Arts in Liturgy, Master of Arts in Liturgical Studies, and Doctorate in Liturgy.{{Fact}] The GSL is believed to be the first and only liturgy school in Asia when it was founded in 2002.[citation needed]


About 46 students are currently enrolled in the Graduate School of Liturgy (GSL). The GSL has several masteral graduates. One student has successfully defended the doctoral dissertation.[citation needed] The first doctoral graduate of San Beda College, according to the GSL, came from the liturgy school.[citation needed]


Regular attendance of the faculty members in the National Meeting of Diocesan Directors of Liturgy, the Liturgy Week, and the Asian Liturgy Forum motivate them to do research on liturgical topics. Four GSL professors started to work on their doctorate since 2004.[citation needed] The GSL’s journal known as “Scientia Liturgica,” and the trimestral newsletter, “Liturgy Update” serve as venues for faculty research and publication.[citation needed]


Faculty members are also professors of liturgy in various theological institutions, major seminaries, and houses of formation - Loyola School of Theology, UST Ecclesiastical Faculty, San Carlos Seminary, Mother of Good Counsel Seminary, to name a few.[citation needed]


The GSL is currently undertaking outreach projects which provide resource persons for formation seminars for liturgy personnel and clergy of the Archdiocese of San Fernando, Pampanga; summer program and short seminars at Paul VI Institute of Liturgy in Malaybalay, Bukidnon; Asian Liturgy Forum; and National Meeting of Diocesan Directors of Liturgy.[citation needed]


Among its faculty members are Msgr. Moises Andrade, liturgist Rev. Fr. Genaro Diwa, and world-renowned[citation needed] liturgical expert Very Rev. Fr. Anscar J. Chupungco, who was one of the founding fathers of the Paul VI Institute of Liturgy in Malaybalay, Bukidnon, and of the San Beda Graduate School of Liturgy.[citation needed]


Course offerings
  • Master of Arts in Liturgy
  • Master of Arts in Liturgical Studies
  • Doctorate in Liturgy

Graduate School of Law

The Graduate School of Law offers three degree-programs: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration (M.Sc.Justice Ad.). The system of delivery combines classroom sessions held once a month and guided research. Extensive use in some subjects is made of on-line chat-sessions and in others, mentoring. Professors are invited from the senior members of the superior courts of the Philippines as well as from leading academics in law, criminology and related disciplines.[citation needed] San Beda College of Law is the law degree-granting unit of San Beda College(SBC), a private, Roman Catholic college run by the Benedictine monks in the Philippines. ...


In partnership with foreign students the Dean and the Faculty may also craft individualized programs to suit the individual needs of foreign students.


The Master of Laws program has nothing to do with membership in the Philippine Bar and even if, as a general rule, students should be members of the Philippine Bar this is not an indispensable condition provided that the candidate exhibits the level of competence demanded of doctoral programs and the capacity for research that will result in a genuine contribution to the discipline.


San Beda College-Alabang

Located Alabang Hills Village, San Beda College-Alabang (SBC-A) was founded in 1972 and was originally named Benedictine Abbey School. It began as a basic co-educational school. In 1995, it gained college status and renamed itself as St. Benedict College. In 2004, however, due to the clamor of the students and with the approval of the Very Rev. Fr. Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, the college changed its name and has formally adopted since then the name, San Beda College-Alabang.[citation needed]

San Beda College Alabang
San Beda College Alabang

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College of Arts and Sciences

  • AB Legal Management
  • AB International Studies (with specializations in Tourism Management, and Philippine Gov't and External Relations)
  • AB Communications and Media Studies
  • BS Accountancy
  • BS Information Technology (majors: Systems Development and Networking Administration)
  • BS Information Management
  • BS Business Management (majors: Marketing and Sales, Marketing and Finance Management and Entrepreneurship)
  • BA Psychology

College of Law

The San Beda College of Law in Alabang was recently established in 2004. It serves and caters to residents of the southern part of Metro Manila who want to take up law but are not able to come to the Mendiola Campus due to distance and time constraints.


The College of Law in Alabang does not have its own Charter and license to operate independently from the Main Campus so it is considered as an "Annex" or "Satellite" of the College of Law in Manila as stated and cleared in one of the issues of San Beda College of Law Student Publication.


Notable alumni

For complete list see:

// Benigno Aquino, Jr. ...

San Beda College-Mendiola

Government Service/Politics

  • George A. Elias, (GS, HS)- Vice Mayor, Taguig City
  • Benigno Aquino, Jr., (HS)- Former Philippine Senator, National Hero
  • Raul Roco, (AB, LlB)- Former Philippine Senator, Education Secretary, 2004 Presidential candidate (called "the best President the Philippines never had" by some writers), Editor-in-Chief of The Bedan, the official student publication of San Beda Collge, composer of The Bedan hymn
  • Ramon V. Mitra, (AB)- Former Speaker of the House of Representatives (1987-1992), 1992 Presidential candidate
  • Rene Saguisag, (AB,Ll.B) Former Philippine Senator and Human Rights Lawyer, Editor-in-Chief of The Bedan
  • Agapito "Butz" Aquino (GS, HS)- Deputy House Minority Leader, 13th Congress of the Philippines, brother of senator Benigno Aquino, Jr.
  • Jose E.B. Antonio - Businessman, President Arroyo's Special Envoy to the People's Republic of China
  • Herbert Constantine M. Bautista (GS, HS,AB) - Vice-Mayor, Quezon City.
  • Feliciano Belmonte, Jr. (GS, HS)- Mayor, Quezon City
  • Fredenil H. Catro (LLB)- representative, Capiz
  • Nicasio Conti (AB, LLB)- Commissioner, Presidential Commission on Good Governance (PCGG)
  • Antonio C. Delgado- Former Philippine Ambasador to the Vatican, Delivery Services and Hotel Pioneer
  • Enrico Echiverri (AB) - mayor, Caloocan City
  • Don M. Ferry (HS)- Former Vice Chairman, DBP; former Chairman, Board of Transportation
  • Arnulfo Fuentebella - former Speaker of the House of Representatives
  • Winston F. Garcia (AB, LLB)- President and General-Manager, Government Service and Insurance System (GSIS)
  • Gregorio B. Honasan (GS)- reformist military leader and Philippine Senator
  • Eduardo Nonato Joson (AB, Ll.B), Nueva Ecija Congressman, Former NFA Administrator
  • Danilo B. Lacuna (GS), former vice-mayor of Manila
  • Amado Bagatsing (GS, HS, BS)- veteran representative, 5th district of Manila
  • Jose D. Lina, Jr. (GS, HS), Former Philippine Senator
  • Ishmael Mathay(Ll.B) - former Mayor, Quezon City
  • Francisco A. Medrano - Resistance Fighter, Former Military General
  • Abraham Kahlil B. Mitra (BSC)- Palawan Congressman and son of the late Speaker Ramon Mitra
  • Oscar S. Moreno (AB, Ll.B)- Governor, Misamis Oriental, Congressman, prosecutor in the Impeachment Trial of Former President Joseph Estrada
  • Antonio Eduardo B. Nachura (LLB)- Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the Philippines
  • Jose Ong (AB)- Former Commissioner, Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)
  • Mike Rama,(LLB), Cebu City vice-mayor, former National President, Philippine Councilors League
  • Ricardo T. Saludo (GS, HS)- Cabinet Secretary, journalist, writer
  • Augusto S. Sanchez (AB, LLB)- Human Rights Lawyer
  • Rene Sarmiento (AB)- Commissioner, Commission on Elections (COMELEC)
  • Eric D. Singson (AB)- representative, 1st district, Ilocos Sur
  • Alfonso V. Umali (GS, HS)- representative, 2nd district, Oriental Mindoro
  • Rodolfo G. Valencia (GS, HS)- Real Estate developer, current representative, 2nd district, Mindoro Oriental
  • Atty. Nicasio G. Conti (AB, LLB)-commissioner, Presidential Commission on Good Governance and member of the faculty of the Department of Economics, San Beda College
  • Ricardo Abcede (LLB)- Commissioner, PCGG

This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... Raul Sagarbarria Roco (October 26, 1941 – August 5, 2005) was a political figure in the Philippines. ... Ramon Mitra Jr. ... Rene Saguisag (born August 14, 1939 in Mauban, Quezon, Philippines) is a Filippino politician. ... Micheal Mike Lopez Rama (born October 28, 1954) is a politician in the Philippines. ...

Legal

  • Eduardo Nachura(Ll.B) - current Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines. Former Congressman of Samar/Legal and Constitutional Expert. President Arroyo's Head of her Impeachment Legal Counsel Team
  • Florenz D.Regalado - Retired Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court, highest BAR passer of all time
  • Justo P. Torres, Jr. - Retired Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court.
  • Roberto R. Concepcion,Sr.(HS, AA) - Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines(1966-1973); Commissioner, 1986 Philippine Constitutional Commission
  • Romeo J. Callejo Sr.(Ll.B) - Former Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines.
  • Sabino B. Padilla Sr. - Former Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Gregorio Perfecto (HS) - Former Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Avelino Cruz- Legal luminary/Lawyer
  • Sixto Brillantes - Legal luminary

Antonio Eduardo B. Nachura (born June 13, 1941) is an incumbent Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines. ... An Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines is one of 15 members of the Philippine Supreme Court, the highest court in the Philippines. ... Roberto Concepcion Roberto Concepcion (June 7, 1903 - May 3, 1987) was the Chief Justice of the Philippines from June 17, 1966, until April 18, 1973. ... Romeo J. Callejo, Sr. ...

Business and Economics

  • Dr. Manuel V. Pangilinan (GS, HS)- Chief Executive Officer (CEO), First Pacific Corporation, Philippine Long Distance Co. (PLDT); Chairman of the Board, Metro Pacific Company, highest paid CEO in Asia
  • Ambassador Eduardo “Danding” Cojuangco, Jr. (GS)- Chief Executive Officer, San Miguel Corporation, former ambassador, politician and 1992 presidential candidate
  • Jose E.B. Antonio (BSC)- Businessman, Special Envoy to the People’s Republic of China.
  • Jose G. Araullo(BSC) - Chairman Emeritus and Founding Partner, Punongbayan & Araullo
  • Jesus Cabarrus, Sr. - Industrialist and Mining Pioneer
  • Tirso L. Castro Jr. (HS)- Businesman
  • Robert G. Coyiuto (BSC)- Businessman
  • Ricardo Z. Cuna (GS, HS, BSC)- President and Founder, Fiorgelato, Inc.
  • Antonio C. Delgado - Former Philippine Ambasador to the Vatican, Delivery Services and Hotel Pioneer
  • Peter Favila (GS, HS)- current Secretary of the Department of Trade and Industry, businessman.
  • Jesus P. Francisco - President and Chief Operating Officer, Manila Electric Company
  • Andrew Gotianun(BSC) – Businessman, Chairman and CEO, Filinvest Land Corporation
  • Eugenio "Geny" Lopez, Jr. (GS) - Founding Chairman, ABS-CBN Corporation
  • Arturo R. Macapagal (GS, HS, BS)- Entrepreneur, brother of incumbent Philippine president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
  • Ramon Medina(AB) - Vice-President, HR, Ayala Corporation, Chairman, Board of Trustees, San Beda College - Alabang
  • Marlo A. Sanchez (AB)- Entrepreneur and money expert, author of the business book series Pinoybisnes
  • Atty. Arthur P. Tugade (AB, Ll.B)- Businessman
  • Manuel Uy - Philippine Charity Sweepstakes king of the 1970s
  • George T. Yang (GS, HS)- Businessman, owner of McDonald’s Philippines
  • Dictador B. Untayao (HS, CAS) - College of Law - SBC, Businessman
  • Edilberto B. Viray Jr. (CAS) - Faculty, Department of Economics and Financial Management, Moderator, San Beda Economics Society, Entrepreneur, Jovis Express rtw & repair shop/Sir June Bar & Restaurant

The Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PSE: TEL), (NYSE: PHI), commonly known as PLDT, is the largest telecommunications company in the Philippines. ...

Theology, liturgy, church music

  • Rev. Fr. Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB (HS)- world-renowned liturgist, author and writer; 20th rector-president of San Beda College (2001-2007); the first Benedictine monk to be appointed as rector of three San Beda campuses (Mendiola, Rizal, and Alabang); four-term rector-president of Pontifico Ateneo San't Anselmo in Rome, Italy; Rector-Magnificus of the Pontifical Liturgical University also in Rome; consultor to the Vatican's Congregation for the Divine Worship and to the Congregation for Catholic Education; acknowledged in the book, "The Rise of Filipino Theology," as one of the pioneer theologians and religious intellectuals in the Philippines.
  • Rev. Benildus Maramba, OSB (AB)- Church musician and composer of The Bedan Hymn.
  • Rev. Fr. Bernardo Ma. Perez, OSB- former rector president of San Beda College (1985-2001) and well known art critic and architect; member, Board of Trustees, Ramon Magsaysay Awards Foundation

Arts, architecture, humanities, journalism, history

  • Arturo Luz (GS, HS) - National Artist for Painting
  • Jose Maria Zaragoza - Architecture
  • Francisco A. Manosa (GS, HS)- Foremost Filipino architect.
  • Frederick Peralta(GS, HS) - Fashion Design
  • Gualberto “Rachy” Cuna (GS, HS, AB)- International Events, Stage and Interior designer.
  • Jaime T. Licauco (GS, HS, AB)- “guru of Philippine parapsychology” and paranormal studies.
  • Francisco A. Medrano, Resistance Fighter, Former Military General.
  • Jaime T. Licauco (GS, HS, AB) - Paranormal/Psychic expert
  • Dr. Zeus A. Salazar (GS)- historian, cultural anthropologist, historiographer, sociologist, writer and author; former dean of the University of the Philippines-Diliman, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy
  • Alfredo A. Yuson - Writer, Poet, Essayist and Academician
  • Jeffrey Jeturian, Avant-Garde Movie Director
  • Ben Farrales (HS) - Premier Fashion Designer
  • Victor Ortega (HS)- Governor, La Union Province
  • Edison Coseteng (HS) - Pioneering Businessman, Mariwasa Industries
  • Gregorio Concon (GS) (HS) - Businessman, College Benefactor

Honorary Alumni and Notable Faculty

  • Corazon C. Aquino- (Honoris Causa, 2000), wife of Bedan senator Benigno Aquino, Jr. and former president of the Philippines.
  • Robert de Ocampo- (Honoris Causa), president, Asian Institute of Management
  • Estrella Juco- (Honoris Causa), journalist, Congresswoman
  • Diosdado P. Macapagal- former president of the Philippines (1961-1965); lecturer and professor, San Beda College of Law
  • Arturo Tolentino- former Philippine senator; professor, San Beda College of Law
  • Isagani Cruz- former Supreme Court Justice; writer and columnist; professor, San Beda College of Law
  • Rev. Fr. Ranhilio C. Aquino - well-known constitutionalist, author, and current dean of the San Beda Graduate School of Law
  • Ambeth R. Ocampo (former monk of the Benedictine Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat)- once known as "Dom Ignacio Maria R. Ocampo, OSB," historian, former professor in history, San Beda College and current chairman of the National Historical Institute (NHI) and the National Commission for Culture and Arts (NCCA)
  • Atty. Rene Saguisag (AB, LLB)- former senator and faculty member of the San Beda College of Law
  • Prof. Jose Maria Arcadio C. Malbarosa- member, Board of Trustees, National Institute of Policy Studies (NIPS); two-time recipient of research grant from the Agencia Espanola de Cooperacion Internacional (AECI) of the Spanish Foreign Ministry;faculty, Department of Philosophy and Human Resource Development& Graduate School of Philosophy (MPhil in Governance and Cultural Studies); Department Chair from 1993 to 1998; Editorial Adviser of "The Bedan" from 2005 to 2007; co-designer in 1991 of the Philosophy and Human Resource Development Program and its implementor in 1993; main proponent of the governance track of the MPhil program; Chair, Social Democratic Caucus (SDC).
  • Comm. Nicasio A. Conti- commissioner of the Presidential Commission on Good Governance; professor of Economics and Law, Policy Formulation Analysis, and Human Resource Economics, Department of Economics, San Beda College
  • Prof. Jaime Licauco (GS, HS, AB)- professor, New Age philosophy and Parapsychology, Department of Philosophy and Human Resource Development
  • Dr. Leopoldo J. Dejillas- former head of the San Beda Research Development program and former faculty member of the Economics Department of the College and Arts and Sciences of San Beda College.
  • Dr. Teresita P. Pedrajas- chairperson, World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI-UNESCO); awardee, 1999 Metrobak Most Outstanding Teacher of the Philippines
  • Dr. Felina Young- first female and lay vice-president of San Beda College (2004-2007); author, writer and business expert
  • Prof. Joseph Richard G. Renta III, PIID- well-known art and cultural conservationist; Museum Foundation member; Karaya member
  • Prof. Nancy Kimuell-Gabriel- historian, writer, and feminist; author of "Ang Timawa sa Kasaysayang Pilipino"
  • Dr. Feorillo Petronillo A. Demeterio III- philosopher, social critic, and writer (DiwaTao Online Journal of the San Beda Philosophy Department)
  • Dr. Maxwell Felicilda- philosopher, writer and author; former dean of the now-defunct Graduate School of Philosophy
  • Dr. Ramon Benedicto N. Marcelino- former economic adviser to the late 2004 presidential candidate Fernando Poe, Jr. and current chairperson of the Department of Economics of San Beda College
  • Prof. Bienvenida Amarles-Ilago- chairperson, Social Sciences department; co-author, "1898-1992: The Philippine Presidency," with Alex Brillantes, Jr.
  • Artemio Panganiban- 21st Supreme Court Chief Justice of the Philippines.
  • Prof. Edilberto B. Viray Jr. (CAS) - Faculty, Department of Economics and Financial Management, Moderator, San Beda Economics Society, Businessman

Corazón Aquino María Corazón Sumulong Cojuangco Aquino (born January 25, 1933), widely known as Cory Aquino, was President of the Philippines from 1986 to 1992. ... Jaime T. Licauco, popularly known as Jimmy Licauco, is a renowned parapsychologist, author, and management practitioner in the Philippines. ... 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. ...

Entertainment

  • Fernando Poe, Jr.(GS)- Philippine Actor, National Artist,. "Da King of Philippine Movies".
  • Eugene Villaluz - Original member of The New Minstrels, singer and record producer.
  • Hadji Alejandro (GS, HS) - Original member of The Circus Band in the early-70s, multi-awarded singer
  • Danny Javier (GS, HS) - Member of popular and multi-awarded Apo Hiking Society, singer, composer, actor and TV host
  • Bodgie Pascua- Multi-awarded Stage and TV Actor.
  • Eddie Gutierrez (HS)- Actor.
  • Bernard Bonin (GS, HS)- Actor
  • Herbert Constantine M. Bautista (AB)- Actor/Vice-Mayor, Quezon City
  • Jimmy Antiporda (GS, HS)- composer, music arranger and record producer.
  • Alfredo P. Lozano - Founder of The Moonstrucks (A Popular Band of the Philippine Music scene of the 1960s), Businessman and Catholic Lay Leader
  • Jeffrey Jeturian - Avant-Garde Movie Director
  • Jett Pangan (GS, HS)- lead singer and founding member The Dawn
  • Francis Magalona - rapper, actor, businessman
  • Duncan Ramos - Southborder lead singer

Fernando Poe, Jr. ... Out of the remnants of mid-80s vocal group, Neocolours was formed in 1988. ... Jett Pangan is the lead vocalist of legendary rock band The Dawn, formed in 1986 and still going strong to date. ...

Medicine, science and health

  • Dr. Ramon L. Arcadio (GS, HS)- University of the Philippines-Manila chancellor.
  • Dr. Jaime Galvez-Tan (GS, HS)- Former Secretary of the Department of Health
  • Dr. Louie Kodumal - Most Outstanding Overseas Bedan - NY/NJ/CT/PA
  • Dr. Reynaldo R. Rey-Matias (GS) - Chairman of the Philippine Board of Examiners in Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy, leading authority in rehabilitative medicine

Sports

  • Carlos Loyzaga, Known as the "Big Difference" to the Philippine sports press (1952, 1956 Olympian)
  • Charles Borck, Former Philippine Olympic basketball Teams of the 1930s. (1936 Olympian)
  • Jesus Marzan (1936 Olympian)
  • Loreto Carbonell (1952 Olympian)
  • Antonio Genato (1952 Olympian)
  • Ponciano B. Saldaña (1952 Olympian)
  • Melito Santos (1952 Olympian)
  • Eduardo Lim (1952, 1956 Olympian)
  • Rafael S. Baretto (1956 Olympian)
  • Alberto 'Big Boy' Reynoso (Basketball at the 1960 Olympics)
  • Tom Concon, Former Junior Golf World Champion 13-14 years old Division.
  • Venancio "Benjie" Paras - Philippine Basketball Player / Actor, HS '86
  • Ronald Magsanoc - Philippine Basketball Player
  • Joaquin "Chito" Loyzaga - Philippine Basketball Player and son of Carlos Loyzaga. (former Metropolitan Basketball Association commissioner)
  • Joey Loyzaga
  • Abe King - Philippine Basketball Player
  • JB Yango - Philippine Basketball Player
  • Chris Calaguio (HS) - PBA player
  • Edmundo "Ato" Badolato - Red Cubs Legend Coach, former commissioner of UAAP
  • Rencie Bajar (HS) - PBA player
  • Emmanuel Boybits Victoria - former PBA player
  • Samboy "The Skywalker" Lim - former PBA player
  • Frankie Lim - former PBA player
  • Mike Advani - former PBA player/2006-2007 Red Lions Asst. Coach
  • Macky DeJoya - former PBA player, HS '83
  • Sonny Manucat - former PBL player
  • Ren-Ren Ritualo - Philippine Basketball Player
  • Lewis Alfred Tenorio - Philippine Basketball Player
  • Roland Dantes - Champion Bodybuilder, Martial Artist and Actor
  • Jamike Jarin- - Ateneo De Manila Basketball Coach
  • Robert Sison - PBL/ MBA Coach, HS '85
  • Dong Vergeire - PBL/MBA coach/ National Team Coach, HS '85
  • Joey Mendoza - UP Fighting Maroons, RP Team, coach ADMU PRADA ASPIRANTS, assistant coach Ateneo Lady Eagles
  • Nel Parado - UST Headcoach, HS '85
  • Jigs Mendoza - PBA Asst Coach/Interim Coach
  • Ato Morano - Philippine Basketball Player
  • Arturo R. Macapagal - former member of Philippine Olympic Target Shooting Team
  • Jose Ariston Caslib - Head Coach, Philippines Men's National Football Team
  • Enrico "Koy" Banal - head coach, San Beda Red Lions; former head coach, FEU Tamaraws
  • Dave Brodette
  • Totoy Gagan
  • Alex Medillo [1]
  • Ed "Eddieboy" Visaya
  • Ramon "Douglas" Tionloc Jr.
  • Gerry Esplana- PBA Player, HS '84
  • Louie Brill (1982 RP-Youth ABC Team Captain)
  • Chuck Barreiro
  • Jason Danan
  • Cholo Martin
  • Ber Martin
  • Joel and Noel Guzman
  • Eric Altamirano
  • Alan Altamirano
  • Dindo Pumaren
  • Henry Cruel
  • Elmer Reyes
  • Ralph Rivera
  • Ricky Calimag
  • Arjun Cordero (former NCAA Jrs. co-MVP)
  • Jayvee "J-Shock" Casio (HS)
  • Claiford Arao (HS)
  • Brit Reroma
  • Jeff Bombeo
  • Jerome Paterno
  • Jenkins Mesina (former NCAA Jrs. co-MVP)
  • Mike Bravo (HS)
  • Yousif Aljamal (2006 NCAA Finals MVP)

Carlos Loyzaga (born August 29, 1930 in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro) is a former Filipino basketball player. ... Basketball at the 1952 Summer Olympics was the third appearance of the sport. ... Basketball at the 1956 Summer Olympics was the fourth appearance of the sport in Olympic competition. ... Basketball at the 1936 Summer Olympics was the first appearance of the sport as an official medal event. ... Basketball at the 1936 Summer Olympics was the first appearance of the sport as an official medal event. ... Basketball at the 1952 Summer Olympics was the third appearance of the sport. ... Basketball at the 1952 Summer Olympics was the third appearance of the sport. ... Basketball at the 1952 Summer Olympics was the third appearance of the sport. ... Basketball at the 1952 Summer Olympics was the third appearance of the sport. ... Basketball at the 1952 Summer Olympics was the third appearance of the sport. ... Basketball at the 1956 Summer Olympics was the fourth appearance of the sport in Olympic competition. ... Basketball at the 1956 Summer Olympics was the fourth appearance of the sport in Olympic competition. ... Venancio Benjie Johnson Paras, Jr. ... Carlos Loyzaga (born August 29, 1930 in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro) is a former Filipino basketball player. ... The Metropolitan Basketball Association (MBA) or Metroball was a professional basketball league in the Philippines founded in 1998. ... Abe King, Jr. ... Florendo Ritualo Jr. ... Lewis Alfred (L.A.) Tenorio (born July 9, 1984 in Nasugbu, Batangas) is a Filipino professional basketball point guard who currently plays for the San Miguel Beermen in the Philippine Basketball Association. ... Roland Dantes: Senior Master Roland Dantes was one of the the closest friends of the late Professor Remy Presas and trained with him over 30 years. ... HS or Hs can stand for: The chemical element hassium Headshot; a video game term High school Static Head when analyzing pump networks High Score; the webtoon created by Matt Wilson High score in relation to video games Hun stuff (a World War 1 name for mustard gas) Hopp servus... HS or Hs can stand for: The chemical element hassium Headshot; a video game term High school Static Head when analyzing pump networks High Score; the webtoon created by Matt Wilson High score in relation to video games Hun stuff (a World War 1 name for mustard gas) Hopp servus...

San Beda College-Alabang

Notable alumni

  • Pilar Juliana "Pia" Cayetano (GS, HS)- Philippine Senator.
  • Lino Cayetano (GS, HS)- Television Director, brother of Senator Pia S. Cayetano.
  • Jon Santos (GS, HS)- TV Host and Actor.
  • Snooky Serna (GS) - 80's actress
  • John Paul Abellera (GS, HS, CAS) - Film Scriptwriter (Star Cinema)
  • Nikolo Baua (CAS) - News Reporter (ABS-CBN)
  • Ryan Agoncillo (GS, HS) - TV celebrity, host and actor
  • John Joe Joseph - MTV Philippines VJ,TV personality
  • Madz Abubakar - music producer/remixer Nyko Maca + Playground
  • Rico Blanco- former vocalist of Rivermaya
  • Ito Rapadas(HS)- vocalist of Neocolours and head producer of Universal Records.
  • Bianca King - actress, tv personality
  • Diego Castillo (HS) - Sandwich, Pedicab Guitarist, producer
  • Christopher "Top" Suzara (GS, HS) - Freestyle Band Guitarist and more recently, Solo Performer.

MTV Philippines is a 24-hour Music/Entertainment television network, owned by All Youth Channel, Inc. ... Madz Abubakar is a respected Music Producer/Remixer in Metro Manila. ... Nyko Maca + PLAYgROUND is very Playful with its music. ... Rico Blanco is a Filipino musician. ... Rivermaya is one of the most influential alternative rock bands in the Philippines that descended from pop and rock explosion of the 90s, propelling the rise of subsequent mainstream rock acts. ... Out of the remnants of mid-80s vocal group, Neocolours was formed in 1988. ... Bianca Charlotte King (b. ... For other uses, see Sandwich (disambiguation). ...

External links

  • San Beda College Official Website
  • San Beda College Alabang Official Website of the Alabang Campus
  • Bedista.com San Beda College Forum
  • Washington Bedans Washington Bedans - association of SBC alumni in Washington, D.C.
  • San Beda Basketball League San Beda Red Lions Website
  • [2] Bedista.com - Online Portal for Bedans
  • [3] San Beda College Alumni Association of Southern California
  • www.beda7882.com The website of San Beda College Grade School 1978 and High School 1982
  • San Beda College Grade School batch 1978 and High School Batch 1982 The Yahoo group of San Beda College Grade School batch 1978 and High School Batch 1982
  • San Beda College High School Batch 2001 San Beda College High School Batch 2001's Website
  • San Beda College Batch GS 88 HS 92 San Beda College Batch GS 88 HS 92 Yahoo Group
Mendiola Consortium (MC) is an educational organization of four institutions located along the street of Mendiola in Manila, Philippines. ... Centro Escolar University (PSE: CEU) (Filipino: Pamantasang Centro Escolar) is a private university in the Philippines. ... The College of the Holy Spirit Manila, or simply CHSM, is a Catholic womens college in Manila, Philippines. ... LOCATION La Consolacion College Manila is located right at the doorstep of Malacañang Palace and occupies a trapezoidal area of 2. ... For other uses, see NCAA (disambiguation). ... NCAA Season 83 is the 2007-2008 Season of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines). ... Colegio de San Juan de Letran (CSJL) (also as San Juan de Letran College (SJLC), Letran College (LC) or simply Letran), was founded in 1620. ... De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB, or simply Benilde), is a private Catholic college and member institution of De La Salle Philippines located along Taft Avenue in the district of Malate in Manila, Philippines. ... Jose Rizal University (JRU) is a private, non-sectarian, Filipino collegiate institution of higher learning. ... Mapúa Institute of Technology (MIT, Mapúa Tech or simply Mapúa) is a private, non-sectarian, Filipino tertiary institute located in Intramuros, Manila and in Makati. ... The Philippine Christian University (PCU), located along Taft Avenue, Manila, was founded in 1947 via the initiatives of the Laymen of the Evangelical Association of the Philippines. ... San Sebastian College - Recoletos de Manila (SSC-RM) or Colegio de San Sebastian - Recoletos de Manila (CSS-RM), is a Catholic institution of higher learning recognized by the Philippine Government. ... The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA (UPHSD), a private, non-sectarian, Filipino collegiate institute located in Las Pinas City, was founded in 1975 by Dr. Antonio Tamayo, Dr. Daisy Tamayo, and Ernesto Crisostomo as Perpetual Help College of Rizal (PHCR). ... La Salle Green Hills (LSGH) is a school for boys located on Ortigas Avenue, Mandaluyong City, Philippines. ... League NCAA Joined 1928 Seniors general championships NCAA: 7 (1979-80, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2003-04) Juniors general championships NCAA: 7 (1983-84, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2001-02) Location Intramuros, Manila Team colors Dark blue, red... League NCAA and WNCAA Joined 1998 Seniors general championships NCAA: 1 (2005-06) Juniors general championships NCAA: 2 (2003-04, 2004-05) Location Taft Avenue, Manila (Srs. ... League NCAA Joined 1927 Seniors general championships NCAA: none Juniors general championships NCAA: none Location Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City Team colors Blue and gold Juniors team Light Bombers Staple cheer Mabuhay Rizal! The JRU Heavy Bombers (also as José Rizal Heavy Bombers) are the National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) basketball... League NCAA Joined 1930 Seniors general championships NCAA: 20 (1960-61, 1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1973-74, 1975-76, 1978-79. ... League NCAA Joined 1996 Seniors general championships NCAA: 1 (2004-05) Juniors general championships NCAA: none Location Taft Avenue Team colors Blue, white and silver Juniors team Baby Dolphins Womens team Lady Dolphins The PCU Dolphins are the National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) basketball team of the Philippine Christian... League NCAA and WNCAA Joined 1924 Seniors general championships NCAA: none Juniors general championships NCAA: 10 (1982-83, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 2002-03) Location Mendiola, Manila (Srs. ... League NCAA Joined 1969 Seniors general championships NCAA: 4 (1988-89, 1989-90, 1994-95, 2002-03) Juniors general championships NCAA: 2 (1992-93, 2005-06) Location C.M. Recto Ave. ... League NCAA Joined 1984 Seniors general championships NCAA: 2 (1995-96, 1996-97) Juniors general championships NCAA: none Location Alabang-Zapote Road, Las Piñas City Team colors Maroon, gold and white Juniors team Altalettes Womens team Lady Altas Staple cheer Fuego Altas! The UPHD Altas (used the UPHR... League NCAA Joined 1998 1975-1981 with DLSU-Manila Juniors general championships NCAA: 10 (1971-72, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76,1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81) - with DLSU-Manila (2004-05, 2005-06) -with DLS-CSB Location 343 Ortigas Ave. ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament is held every first semester of the academic year (from June up to October). ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) beach volleyball tournament is hold at March, the beginning of the dry season in the Philippines. ... The NCAA Cheerdance Competition is an annual one-day event of the National Collegiate Athletic Association for cheerleading. ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) chess tournament is held every first semester of the Philippines academic year. ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association football championship is held every early part of the year (January). ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association Tennis Championship is held every second semester of the academic year. ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) softball championship was the softball tournament of the NCAA. It was envisioned as an all-womens sport in the male-dominated NCAA. However, it was discontinued in 1986. ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) swimming tournament is held every August on the year-long NCAA season. ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) table tennis tournament is held every February of the year-long NCAA season. ... // Champions list at the official NCAA Philippines website Bok Man Kim - Founder of Taekwondo in the Philippines Presidents and hosts list at the official NCAA Philippines website Taekwondo in the Philippines UAAP Taekwondo Champions Category: ... This is a list National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) track and field champions. ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association volleyball tournament occurs every first semester of the academic year. ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association General Championship is awarded to the school with the most points garnered in an academic year in the NCAA. It is split into the Juniors division (for male high school students) and to the Seniors division (for college students). ...

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