Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU) granted Letran’s BS Accountancy a level I status after they visit the Colegio to evaluate its academic capabilities last December.
Members of the Letran Student Council, with the support of the YSEALI YOUnified Philippines and Manila Youth Development Welfare Bureau, merged with 50 student leaders from 18 universities around Metro Manila for the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Manila 2017 program to discuss different methods to address the environmental challenges that the Metro is about to face.
Letran Junior Philippines Institute of Accountants (LJPIA) made a remarkable impression as its members received various awards during the 12th Year End Awards of the National Capital Region Council Accounting Summit for JPIA.
Colegio de San Juan de Letran continues to be globally competitive with its involvement and linkages with other countries.
The Colegio’s Financial Affairs Division (FAD) cleared out that there was no tuition fee hike for this semester despite the installment of new advancements in the campus.
Out of 174 submitted entries, Institute of Communication’s (iCOMM) very own "Nakauwi Na" has been selected as one of the 12 finalists running for the Best Short Feature in this year's Cinemalaya. Made by fourth year Communication students last school year, "Nakauwi Na" follows Mang Jerry as he finds ways to earn enough money to get his son, a victim of extrajudicial killings, out of the funeral home.
After visiting the facilities and observing classes, Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU) accreditors interviewed Entrepreneurship, Legal Management, and Journalism students, as these programs look forward to their first level of accreditation, yesterday at the Mabini Hall.