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.
The Colegio recorded a 74.4-percent passing rate in the October 2018 licensure examinations for psychometricians, with 29 Letranite examinees passing the test. In an interview with The LANCE, 2018 psychology graduates Mercylla Sabang, Renato Boquiron, and Lenz Louisse Nerves shared their experiences preparing and acing their board exams.
Senior hotel and restaurant management students from the College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA) reaped a Diploma Award in the 12th National Food Showdown 2018 held in Elements at Centris, Quezon City from October 26-27, 2018.
The Colegio garnered a 100-percent passing rate in the electronics technician licensure examinations with all seven Letranite takers making the cut, Professional Regulation Commission announced on October 26.
The official student publication of the Colegio appointed its new News Editor and Photo Editor last October 19.
The Letran community welcomed the delegates of the Lumad tribe as part of their week-long visitation project – the Bakwit School last October 2. The visitation was initiated by the Save Our Schools (SOS) Network.
After the Letran Knight Jerrick Balanza’s successful brain tumor operation, the Letran Alumni Association seeks to fund his post-operation expenses.
Letran Community Volunteers promote sustainable practice of reducing waste through a “Bring Your Tumbler to School Day: A Reduce-Waste Campaign.”
Trying her best to speak in Filipino, Sr. Patricia Fox spoke out on various issues she encountered while she is in the Philippines, during the Fr. Pedro V. Salgado, O.P. Conference held at St. Thomas Hall.