The Colegio’s Information Technology students showed excellence in their field as 10 of them passed the Microsoft Certified Professionals’ examination.
In the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) department, it is already typical for major courses to require an output-based product as a midterm requirement for students. With this type of prerequisite, students are able to apply what they have learned by giving products that meet the demands of their professors.
Former the United States Vice President Al Gore’s award winning 2006 documentary, ‘An Inconvenient Truth’, which aims to highlight Earth’s battle against climate change, premiered its sequel in the Philippines last Monday night, August 28 at Trinoma Cinema 7.
The Tourism Management major seniors together with the College of Business Administration and Accountancy recognized the excellence of Colegio de San Juan de Letran’s partner companies and Recognized Student Organizations in the second installment of the CBAA Partnership Appreciation Night.
From a school requirement to a winner of the country’s biggest independent film festival, Barbee Olaivar, one of the directors of ‘Nakauwi Na’, is beyond grateful on receiving the Audience Choice award for Short Film category in the recently concluded Cinemalaya 2017.
Rector and President of the Colegio Rev. Fr. Clarence Marquez, O.P. gave his annual report at Relaciόn 2017: Ulat ng Rektor at Pangulo at the St. Thomas Hall last August 18, 2017.
As the Letran community warmly greeted the start of the academic year 2017-2018, the Mass of the Holy Spirit, led by Rev. Fr. Clarence Marquez, O.P., brought forth solemnity to the students and teachers who gathered and prayed for favor and strength, hoping to overcome the challenges that the new academic year will bring.
A partnership has been finally built between Colegio de San Juan de Letran and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) as they signed their Memorandum of Agreement for Qualitylympics or Philippine Quality Award (PQA) Program on July 6, 2017 at the St. Thomas Hall.
Seth Simon Liu, an alumnus of the Colegio’s Communication program, is now an online sensation.
Recently, the College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA) and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) of the Colegio had their own separate student assembly for the students to get acquainted with the people in their department.