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 the Institute of Communication (iCOMM) seniors bagged a Special Award in We Are Intramuros Short Film Festival 2018 that was 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.
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 last October. The week-long visitation is part of the latter's project—the Bakwit School. The visitation was initiated by the Save Our Schools Network.