"Fall down seven times, stand up eight." — it’s not about the matter of what happened, or what was the cause of the destruction of it all, but how one will grow from it, learn, and change.
An advent mass was held at the Colegio Chapel on December 20, 2018 in the morning attended by the Letran community from students of all levels, together with administrators, faculty and non-faculty employees of Letran.
One primary asset of an institution is its faculty. They play a major role in forming, developing and sustaining academic excellence and good quality education that the Colegio promised to its students.
Pacific Travel Association (PATA) chairman Bob Zozobrado urged Tourism students to explore innovative means of organizing events during the Metro Manila Tourism Convention through ARISE: Accessibility Regenerated Information towards Sustainable Events Management, on October 23, 2018 at the Casa Ibarra in Pasay City, Metro Manila.
In his third report as the 81st Rector and President, Rev. Fr. Clarence Victor Marquez, O.P., released an organizational view of the key accomplishments, as well as the areas for improvement to achieve the goals of the strategic plan for the Colegio, last September 17.
The first half of the Colegio’s quadricentennial year saw a grand week-long celebration as it had been filled with events that prove to be part of the colorful 400-year history of the “oldest college in the country.”
The College of Education captured yet another success after attaining a 78.95% passing rate in the September 2018 Licensure Exams for Teachers (LET) for the Secondary Level, a percentage higher than this year’s national passing rate of 48.03%.
A film by ICOMM seniors bagged a Special Award in We Are Intramuros Short Film Festival 2018 organized by the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP), last November 18 at the Instituto Cervantes in Intramuros, Manila.
Colegio de San Juan de Letran’s Institute of Communication (ICOMM) is known for being a breeding place for industry-quality and values-oriented production regardless of which medium used.
The Colegio posted a 70.59-percent passing rate, with 12 Letranites making the cut out of 17 examinees, in the November 2018 licensure examinations for civil engineers.