College of Engineering and Information Technology's (CEIT) Civil Engineering students once again brought pride to the Colegio as they defended their championship title in the Contrive 2017 last September 17.
As every student who studies electrical engineering are not exempted in undergoing board examination which is the true test of merit, students of the Colegio strive to pass the said exam to give honor not only to themselves, but their alma mater as well.
The Letran Singing Ambassadors (LSA) gave pride and honor to the letran community as they attain the title of grand champion for the third time at the Philippine Tours Operators Association (PHILTOA)’s annual Eco Chorale competition held at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay City.
“Sa bawat 2 segundo may nangangailangan ng dugo, para sa’kin ito ung simple way ko para makatulong sa mga taong lubos na nangngailanangan ng dugo” says Maoriz Gaza, a 4th year BSBA Financial Management student, who donated blood during the “Dugong Alay, Dugtong Buhay 2.0” last September 6-7
The Letran Legal Management Society (LLMS) in partnership with the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI), gave Letranites a forum regarding the recent environmental dilemmas that the Philippines has to face.
Before computer units at the Salon de Actos make a return, a proper venue should first be present.
As per the Executive Order 26, or the nationwide ban on public smoking, the Department of Health (DOH) announced a no-smoking policy on campuses starting July 23. To comply with this, the Colegio is now stricter with its already existing rule of prohibiting students and faculty members from smoking within 50 meters near the school premises.
As a tribute to St. Dominic de Guzman, the founder of the Order of the Preachers, the Letran community gathered for an institutional mass at the Blessed Antonio Varona Gymnasium, August 7.
With a high desire in motivating students around the Metro, the Philippine Star Campus, the Philippine Star, and in partnership with Colegio de San Juan de Letran, gave Letranites a congress that talked about stories of discouragement that turned into inspiration.
The Colegio’s Information Technology students showed excellence in their field as 10 of them passed the Microsoft Certified Professionals’ examination.