THE OFFICE of the Vice President for Academic Affairs released a memorandum on March 20, stating that the Colegio will not be suspending its online classes amidst the metro-wide lockdown in Luzon due to COVID-19 pandemic.
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte places the Philippines under a state of calamity due to the COVID-19 pandemic as the number of confirmed cases continues to rise despite the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon.
AMIDST the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Chairperson of the Crises Management Committee, Assoc. Prof. Cristina M. Castro – Cabral, Ph.D., released a memorandum with regard to preventive measures to be undertaken by the Colegio.
The Colegio did not release any announcement regarding a possible increase in the tuition and other school fees for the academic year 2020-2021 after reaching the deadline last February 28.
Letran Manila and Bataan rector Rev. Fr. Clarence Marquez expressed support to ABS-CBN amidst fights for franchise renewal in a letter sent to Letran Alumnus and ABS-CBN Entertainment director Laurenti Dyogi.
THE LETRAN Politicvs conducted a seminar entitled “Breaking the Stranglehold: Eradicating Political Dynasties” last November 20, at the St. Thomas Hall.
IN OBSERVANCE of the Human Rights Day on December 10, the Center for Community Development, spearheaded a week-long Human Rights celebration last November 11 to 15.
LETRAN celebrated the Paskong Arriba 2019 with the theme 'Si Kristo ang Panalo sa Pasko ng Colegio’ earlier today at the St. Thomas Grounds. However, the Colegio capped off this year’s Paskong Arriba without a concert, unlike the previous years, which left the students disappointed.
THE COLEGIO wrapped its Quadricentennial Year 4 Celebration last November 22 at St. Thomas Grounds with the annual Arribafest and a victory party after the Letran Knights won the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Season 95 Men's Senior Basketball title.
THE YEAR of the Youth officially closed with a eucharistic mass followed by a worship activity organized by the Religious Affairs Division last November 21 at the St. Thomas Grounds.