University of the East

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Pamantasan ng Silangan

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Motto In the Service of the Youth, Country and God
Established

1946

Type Private, non-sectarian
Chairman Dr. Lucio Tan

Panfilo O. Domingo

Chancellor

Celso D. Benologa

President Ester A. Garcia
Undergraduates Approx. 20,000
Location Manila, Metro Manila, Flagicon.png Philippines
Campus Urban, 38,000 m²
Hymn

Pamantasan Naming Mahal (UE Hymn)

Colors San Beda colors.PNG Red and White
Nickname UE Red Warriors
Mascot Red Warrior
Affiliations ASAIHL, IAU, UAAP
Website www.ue.edu.ph

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The University of the East (UE, UE-Manila or UE Main Campus) is a private nonsectarian university located in University Belt Area, district of Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. The university was founded in 1946 as a coeducational institution. Once labeled as the Largest University in Asia in terms of population. UE became the first university in Asia to have an enrollment of over 60,000 students. The highest enrollment record was achieved during 1975-1976 with 67,443 students.

In over 60 years of existence, the University of the East has grown into a respected private university in the Philippines. [1] At present UE offers degree programs in commerce and business administration, law, dentistry, engineering, arts and sciences, fine arts, education, computer technology, nursing, physical therapy, medicine and graduate studies. University of the East has two extension campuses, namely UE Caloocan and UERM in Quezon City.

UE is one of the eight member universities of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), a member since 1952. UE is currently the host of the 2006-2007 UAAP Season 69.

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has identified the University of the East as a Center of Development in Information Technology Education. [2] The Information Technology Department was chosen based on the criteria set by the Technical panel for Information Technology Education (TPITE) and approved by the CHED.

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History

Francisco Dalupan Sr. Building along C.M. Recto, Manila.

The history of the University of the East goes back to September 1946, in a rented room on Dasmariñas St., Manila, where 110 students enrolled in Certified Public Accountant (CPA) review classes. The group of business teachers led by Dr. Francisco T. Dalupan, Sr. that started the sessions made it their objective to help the country, which was still reeling from the war. Of the 110 students, four made it to top spots in the 1947 CPA board Examinations.

On September 11, 1946, five people namely Francisco Dalupan, Sr., Herminiglio Reyes, Jose Torres, Jaime Hernandez and Santiago dela Cruz established the Philippine College of Commerce and Business Administration (PCCBA) along R. Papa St. in Sampaloc, Manila. The PCCBA admitted 350 students in the summer of 1947. The following year, more students enrolled and more academic units were organized, and the PCCBA moved to what is now UE's main campus on 2219 Claro M. Recto Avenue.

PCCBA alumni performed successfully in the government's accountancy examinations. Because of this success, the government granted the PCCBA permission to establish other colleges, leading to the establishment of the Colleges of Liberal Arts, Business Administration, Dentistry, and the Graduate School of Business Administration.

The PCCBA was granted university status on July 3, 1951 and was renamed the University of the East. Dalupan became UE's first President and Chairman of its Board of Trustees. The first members of the Board were Herminigildo B. Reyes, a businessman, scholar, and former Vice President of the University of the Philippines. Santiago F. de la Cruz, a CPA and business executive who later succeeded Dalupan as UE President. Jose L. Torres, a soldier, businessman, and accountant and Jaime Hernandez, who was former Secretary of Finance

The succeeding years saw the opening of the colleges of Law, Medicine, and Engineering, as well as the Graduate School of Education. The Graduate School later merged with the Graduate School of Business Administration.

In June 1954, UE opened a new campus, then known as UE Tech, on a 4.86-hectare lot along Samson Road in Caloocan. UE Caloocan, which is now academically autonomous, is headed by a Chancellor. The new Tan Yan Kee Academic Building houses the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, and Fine Arts, whereas the College of Engineering has its own building. The UE Caloocan grounds have been used for ROTC and CAT instruction since 1986.

In 1955, the UE purchased a one-hectare lot along Aurora Boulevard in Quezon City, where it established the College of Medicine. On May 17, 1957, the College was converted into a Foundation and named the UE Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center (UERMMMC).

In 1962 the University acquired a 5,850-square meter lot across UERMMMC. This became the Research Center for Sciences, Humanities and Culture, which is home to two buildings. One housed the School of Music and Arts and the Ballet School while the other housed the College of Dentistry and research laboratories. The School of Music and Arts, now the College of Fine Arts, moved to the Caloocan campus in 1981. On the mid 60's Dr. Francisco Dalupan commissioned the National Artist Guillermo Tolentino to create the symbol of every UEnian, the Lualhati from the figure of CBA student Ophelia Salas. The College of Dentistry moved to the Recto (Manila) campus in school year 1988-1989.

In 1967, the late President Diosdado Macapagal, father of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, decided to teach part-time in the College of Business Administration and branded UE as the "People's University".

UE Caloocan Campus Tan Yan Kee Academic Building.

Together with the expansion came rapid growth in enrollment. From the original 110 students in 1946, the student population steadily grew each year until 1960, when UE became the first Philippine university have an enrollment of over 60,000. The highest enrollment record was achieved during the first semester of school year 1975-1976, with 67,443 students registered. Today, the body of UE alumni is over 250,000 strong.

The economic crisis and recession that hit the Philippines in the 1980s did not spare UE. The devaluation of the peso, rising inflation, the high cost of wages, coupled with faculty, personnel and student strikes affected UE. Enrollment declined. This period intensified into a crisis that almost led to the school's being sold to a foreign religious group.

Financial trouble and academic decline continued to burden UE throughout the 1980s. Dr. Isidro D. Cariño, who became UE president in 1984, began applying measures that included personnel reduction, cost-cutting measures, and renting out of school premises and facilities on short-term and long-term leases. UE began offering a ladderized curriculum, a special course for executives, programs from the Institute for Computer Studies and Systems, and scholarships for accounting and engineering students. The lease of facilities enabled UE to hold back tuition fee increases in 1986-1987 and 1987-1988.

When Cariño was appointed Secretary of Education of the Philippines in 1990, Panfilo O. Domingo, former President of Philippine National Bank, took over as Chairman of the Board of Trustees and became Chief Executive Officer and Acting President of the University.

Domingo immediately worked to cure the financial ills of the University by retiring its short-term debts and instituting fiscal and operational reforms. Within five years, the University's loans were substantially reduced and the long-accumulated operating deficit was eliminated from the books. At the same time, Domingo began a massive rehabilitation of UE's infrastructure and academics.

UERMMMC Quezon City.

In 1992, former Treasurer of the Philippines Rosalina S. Cajucom became UE President. After she retired in mid-1995, Domingo reassumed the presidency until the appointment of Dr. Josefina R. Cortes to the position in 1997. She was succeeded by Mr. Baltazar N. Endriga following her 2003 retirement.

UE's programs have seen success from its inception up to the early 1980s, when UE graduates were among the topnotchers list of the CPA board exams. The University has likewise yielded topnotchers in other licensure board exams in Dentistry, Engineering, Education, Medicine, Nursing and Physical Therapy. [3]

To date, UE Manila has been granted the deregulated status by the Commission on Higher Education, while many of its Colleges have each been accredited the Level II status by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA). The UERMMMC Colleges, for their part, have been accredited in high levels by the Philippine Accrediting Agency of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU). The College of Medicine and Nursing has level II and level III respectively.

Recently the University is labeled as "One of the Most Wired Universities in the Country", conducted by the Computer World Magazine and Enterprise Magazine. Featured in the 2006 Computerworld Premier 100 of Computer World Magazine, the university ranked 15 among the top 100 corporations and companies in the use of Information Technology and is the only educational institution to have entered the list.

The University migrates from ATM to Gigabit Ethernet to support growing online requirements, expanding online learning capabilities and improving administrative functionality at its Manila campus with an Ethernet networking solution from Nortel Networks. [4] With the upgrade this will significantly improve speed and performance of student and faculty access to online learning resources and academic records. The upgrade will also support the University’s plan for a unified communications network ultimately linking the Manila facility with campuses in Caloocan and Quezon City.

Presently the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has identified the University of the East as a Center of Development in Information Technology Education. The Information Technology Department had been identified as a Center of Development (COD) in Information Technology Education for the period starting March 1, 2007 to December 31, 2010.

Governance of the University

Board of Trustees

Gallery of Chairmans.
  • Honorable Lucio C. Tan, Chairman of the Board and CEO
  • Honorable Jaime J. Bautista, Vice Chairman of the Board

Honorable Members:

  • David O. Chua
  • Carmelita G. Mateo
  • Corazon S. dela Paz-Bernardo
  • Andres R. Narvasa
  • Ester A. Garcia

  • Jose Ngaw
  • P. Siervo Dizon
  • Cornelio T. Peralta
  • Wilson T. Young

Academic Council

  • President and Chief Academic Officer: Ester A. Garcia
  • UE Manila Chancellor:
  • UE Caloocan Chancellor: Fedeserio C. Camarao

Deans

  • Dean Avelina A. dela Rea, Graduate School-Manila
  • Dean Amado D. Valdez, College of Law
  • Dean Brenda S. Dey, College of Dentistry
  • Dean Julian E. Abuso, College of Arts and Sciences - Caloocan
  • Dean Justina M. Evangelista, College of Artsand Sciences - Manila
  • Dean Rogelio V. Paglomutan, College of Business Administration - Caloocan
  • Dean Veronica N. Elizalde, College of Business Administration-Manila
  • Dean Evelina M. Vicencio, College Education
  • Dean Rodany A. Merida, College of Computer Studies and Systems
  • Dean Dominador S. Pagbilao, College of Engineering-Manila
  • Dean Victor R. Macam, Jr., College of Engineering-Caloocan
  • Dean Celino B. Santiago, College of Fine Arts

Satellite Campuses

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  • University of the East Caloocan - Located in Caloocan City, along Samson Road. An autonomous unit headed by a Chancellor with the College of Business Administration , Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Fine Arts. UE Caloocan is called Caloocan Campus to distinguish it from the Manila Campus on C.M. Recto Avenue.

Academics

UE Manila was granted the deregulated status by the Commission on Higher Education, while many of its Colleges have each been accredited the Level II status by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA). The UERMMMC Colleges, have been accredited in high levels by the Philippine Accrediting Agency of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU). The College of Medicine and Nursing has level II and level III respectively.

Graduate School

Resulted from the 1982 merging of the Graduate School of Business (established in 1948) and the Graduate School of Education (established in 1963)

UE Manila Graduate School

Further information: University of the East Graduate School

  • Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
  • Master in Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master in Construction Management (MCM)
  • Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
  • Master of Arts in Education (MA)
  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D)
  • Master in Public Administration (MPA)
  • Master of Science (MS)
  • Master in Library and Information Science (MLIS)
  • Master of Science in Dentistry (MSD)

UERMMMC Graduate School

Further information: UERMMMC Graduate School

  • Master of Science in Nursing
  • Master of Science in Public Health
  • Master of Science in Clinical Medicine
  • Master of Science in Internal Medicine

Colleges

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College of Law - Established in July 1950

  • Bachelor of Laws (LIB)
  • Bar Refresher Course (two semesters)

College of Dentistry - Established in 1948. Was granted government recognition in July 1950

  • Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD)
  • Master of Science in Dentistry Programs
  • Associate in Health Science Education (AHSE)

College of Business Administration - Began as the Philippine College of Commerce and Business Administration in 1946. Renamed College of Business Administration in 1963. BA is also offered in UE Caloocan.

  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy and Computer-Based Accounting Systems (BSA-CAS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
  • BSBA (Management) Special Degree Program

College of Arts and Sciences - Was organized as the College of Liberal Arts in 1948 and became operational in 1949. Renamed the College of Arts and Sciences in the 1970s. Also offered in UE Caloocan.

  • AB Broadcast Communication
  • AB Journalism
  • Bachelor of Arts (AB)
  • Bachelor of Science (BS)

College of Engineering - Established in 1957. Also offered in UE Caloocan.

  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCoE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering (BSECE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSME)

College of Computer Studies and Systems - Established as the Computer Institute for Studies and Systems in 1986.

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Management (BSIM)
  • Associate in Computer Technology (ACT)

College of Education - Founded in 1948, was granted government recognition in 1950

  • Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd)
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) with areas of specialization in English, Filipino, ?
  • Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics (BSND)
  • Certificate in Professional Education
  • Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM) (starting school year 2007-2008)

College of Fine Arts (UE Caloocan) - Was founded in July 1954 as the School of Fine Arts. Became the School of Music and Arts in August 1964. Returned to original School of Fine Arts name in May 1981. Became a College in 1993.

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts

Institute of Technical Education

  • Computer Technician (two-year course)
  • Electronics Technician (two-year course)

UERMMMC Colleges

Further information: (UERM)

College of Medicine - PAASCU Level II Accredited, Innovative Curriculum; Recognized as a Center of Excellence in Research by the Department of Science and Technology.

  • Doctor of Medicine

College of Nursing - PAASCU Level III Accredited

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing

College of Physical Therapy - PAASCU Level I Accredited

  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy

Basic Education

  • Elementary Education
  • High School Education

Student Life

UE CAS Students
UE Chorale Members
UE Dentistry Students

UE Drama Comapany Members

Student Organizations

  • Association of Civil Engineering Students - Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (ACES - PICE)
  • Engineering Honor Society (EHS)
  • Economic Student Society (ECOSSOC)
  • Junior Financial Executive (JFINEX)
  • Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA)
  • Management Students Society of the University of the East (MASSUE)
  • Business Administration Mathematics Society (BAMS)
  • Philippine Association of Nutrition (PAN)
  • Computer Students Society (COMSSO)
  • Achiever's Council for Excellence (ACE)
  • Dental Health Team (DHT)
  • Rotaract – DENT
  • Chemistry Club
  • Communication Arts Club
  • Diwa ng Silangan
  • English Club
  • History Club
  • Legal Management Society, Inc. (LMSI)
  • Political Science Society (PSS)
  • Pre-Medical CIVIC SOCIETY
  • UE Debate Society (UEDS)
  • Christian Brotherhood International
  • Christian Community Program (CCP)
  • UE Dragon Rowing Crew
  • UE Mountaineering Club
  • UE Dance Troupe
  • UE Drama Company
  • UE Band
  • UE Chorale
  • Student Council
  • UE Dawn - Official student publication

University Symbols

Lualhati-The UE symbol.
Panfilo O. Domingo Center for Information Technology
Santiago dela Cruz Building
College of Education
College of Computer Studies & Systems
Electronic Library
UE Theater.

University Motto

In the Service of the Youth, Country and God

Lualhati

On January 27, 1957, Dr. Francisco T. Dalupan commissioned the National Artist Guillermo Tolentino to create the Lualhati monument, a symbol of every UE student. The Lualhati came from the figure of CBA student Ophelia Salas. The monument is located on the center of Santiago dela Cruz Building quadrangle.

Publications

  • UE NEWS is the monthly newspaper published by the Management of the University of the East through the University Relations Office. UE News gathers significant news stories that concern the entire UE community. The news-contributed by UE's different offices and colleges-can be about major events within UE's Manila or Caloocan Campuses, improvements to UE's physical and academic features, new key academic or management appointments, as well as news on UE alumni who have made a significant mark in the professional world.
  • UE TODAY is the official regular publication of the management of the University of the East. As in its very name, this magazine contains news, reports, speeches, feature stories, articles and other information that currently defines the status quo of the University. Acting as a channel to promote the successful accomplishments or disseminate information about plans and programs.
  • DAWN is the official student newspaper of the University, serves as a major information link between and among students and various sectors in the University's two campuses, and tackles local and national issues, as well. Run by an all-student writers' pool, it is published weekly. DAWN staffers enjoy scholarship, honoraria, allowances and the privileges of a campus press.
  • PANORAMA is the yearbook of the graduating students of the University. Contents include pictures and names of the graduating students, University Officials and selected pictures of university activities, to name a few.

Campus

The UE Manila Campus also known as the UE Main Campus consists of twelve buildings, located on the heart of University Belt area, Sampaloc, Manila. The campus faces Claro M. Recto Avenue, nearby Legarda LRT Station.

Buildings

Francisco Dalupan Sr. Building

  • UE Theatre, Conference Hall, Administration Offices

Santiago dela Cruz Building

  • Houses the College of Law and Business Administration, Administration Offices, Academic Rooms, Multimedia Rooms, Law Library, CPA library, Computer Laboratories, SFC Quadrangle, The Lualhati Monument

P.O. Domingo Center for Information Technology Building

  • UE Main Library, Houses the Graduate School, Multimedia Rooms, Computer Laboratories, Academic Rooms, Administration Offices, Cafeteria, Graduate School Library

Rizal Hall

  • Students lodge

College of Arts & Sciences Building

  • Academic Rooms, Multipurpose Hall, Computer Laboratories, Speech Laboratory, University Health Service

Engineering Building

  • Academic Rooms, Engineering Library, Computer Laboratories, Engineering Laboratories, Post Office

College of Computer Studies & Systems Building

  • Academic Rooms, Multipurpose Hall, Computer Laboratories, Digital Workshop Room

College of Dentistry Building

  • Academic Rooms, Dental Library, Dental Laboratories

High School Building

  • Academic Rooms

Education and Elementary Building

  • Academic Rooms, Multimedia Rooms, Elementary/Secondary Library, Computer Laboratories, Science Laboratories, Cafeteria

High School Building

  • Academic Rooms

PE Building

  • PE Facilities, Gym

Chapel

  • Religious Services

Library and Research

Further information: University of the East Library

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  • Main Library

The Main Library is the hub of the entire system of libraries in the University of the East. It is the largest among the libraries in the system. It has sections for Circulation, Reserve, CCSS Library, Acquisitions, Cataloging, Reference, Filipiniana, and Periodicals, which are housed on the POD-CIT Building. Bibliographic access to the library collections is through the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) terminals available in all the libraries.

  • Branch Library
    • University Archives
    • Graduate School Library
    • Law Library
    • Dental Library
    • CPA Library
    • Engineering Library
    • Laboratory School Library

Athletics

Further information: UE Red Warriors

The Red and White Athletes

UE Red Warrior
UE Men's Basketball Team Season 72

University of the East is one of the eight schools in the UAAP sports association. UE is the host of the 2006-2007 season with the theme “Achieving Excellence in Sports Through Unity, Harmony and Commitment.” The Seniors basketball team is the UE Red Warriors. The women's teams are called the Amazons, while the Juniors teams are the Pages. The University's color is Red and White.

The University’s athletes have made strides in the realm of sports, including championships in athletics, basketball, chess, fencing, football, gymnastics, softball and weightlifting in UAAP tournaments, at the Southeast Asian Games and other tournaments.

UE is also a member of Shakey's V-League, Father Martin Cup, and the Home and Away League which still remains as champion of seniors basketball.

The UE Red Warriors are crowned as the champions of the fourth Collegiate Champions League (CCL) over the NCAA champions San Beda Red Lions. Acquiring the title of the national champions over 16 ball clubs in different collegiate leagues nationwide.

The University remains active in joining other sports competitions be it local or international.

Hosting Season 69 of UAAP

opening of Season 69.
UE Red Warriors.

The University of the East is the host of the 69th season of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, the eighth time for UE to host the UAAP. UE’s latest UAAP hosting stint coincided with UE's 60th Foundation Anniversary, its Diamond Jubilee.

UE’s sports teams have scored several victories prior to the start of the new UAAP season. These include the individual victories of UE athletes in the 23rd Southeast Asian Games, which in turn contributed to the country’s overall championship in last December’s SEA Games. UE athletes earned several medals, including eight gold ones bagged by seven athletes in men’s gymnastics, women’s athletics, men’s fencing, women’s boxing and softball.

Leading UE’s achievements in the 68th UAAP season’s seniors division were the respective championships of its men’s and women’s fencing teams. The fifth UAAP championship for the men’s team, the first for the women’s team.

In the last UAAP season as well, UE for the first time earned the overall championship in the juniors division. Sealed in part by the respective first place finishes of its chess team, boys’ and girls’ volleyball teams, table tennis team and girls’ swimming team. UE high school student and chess prodigy Nelson Mariano III even won the juniors division’s Athlete of the Year award, his second consecutive time to earn the title.

The new Season of the UAAP formally commenced at the Big Dome in Cubao last Saturday, July 8, 2006. Hosted by the University of the East, the home base of the Red Warriors, the opening ceremonies was led by UE P.E. Director and UAAP President Luz S. Sta. Ana. This year’s UAAP theme is “Achieving Excellence in Sports through Unity, Harmony and Commitment.” The production began with an opening number by the UE Dance Troup followed by the presentation of the UAAP colors representing the member schools. Pep squads of member schools also made their performances.

In extending their abiding support to their alma mater, former UE Red Warriors and Philippine basketball legends graced the ceremonies led by former Senator Robert, “the Big J” Jaworski, who also gave his short message to the athletes. Other former players included “The Maestro” Coach Baby Dalupan, “The Triggerman” Allan Caidic, Jerry Codiñera, and James Yap. [5]

Notable people of University of the East

Further information: List of University of the East people

Manuel "Kabayan" L. De Castro Vice President, Republic of the Philippines, former Senator (CBA Manila, BSBA 1971)
Diosdado Macapagal Former President, Republic of the Philippines, Honoris Causa, degree of Doctor of Laws (1957)
Alfredo S. Lim Former Senator, Current Manila Mayor, former Secretary of the Department of Interior and Local Government, and former Director of the National Bureau of Investigation (CBA Manila, BSBA 1951, LLB 1963)
Robert “Sonny” Jaworski Former Senator, Republic of the Philippines, Philippine Basketball Association 25 Greatest Players of all Time, MVP
George Canseco Song composer, Musical director for films, President of the Filipino Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers of FILSCAP in 1973. (AB Journalism) [6]
Virgilio "Rio" S. Almario National Artist for Literature (Bachelor of Arts) [7]
Fernando Poe, Jr. Famous Philippine actor, dubbed as Da King of philippine action cinema (H.S. 2yr.)
Mauro Avena Awardee of The Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature in the 1975 Palanca Awards
Teo Antonio Awardee of various Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature under poetry
Roger Mangahas famous poet, second successful modernist movement in Filipino poetry
Elwood Perez Movie and television director
Quinito Henson PBA commentator, A popular sports columnist and broadcaster. NIcknamed "The Dean" for his scholarly approach to the game. Joaquin Henson has covered five NBA Finals on site for Philippine TV. Henson has also received several awards, including the first-ever Olympism Award from the Philippine Olympic Committee for excellence in journalism.
Judge Benjamin Pozon Judge of the Subic rape case Trial, Regional Trial Court of Makati, Branch 139 [8]
Rizalino S. Navarro Chairman, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation
Andrew L. Tan Chairman-President, Megaworld Corporation
Ambassador Antonio L. Cabangon Chua Chairman, Fortune Insurance, Eternal & Citystate Group of Cos.
Vicente R. Ayllon Chairman-CEO, The Insular Life Assurance Co. Ltd.
Corazon S. De Lapaz President-CEO, Social Security System
Nene Tamayo Winner of the Pinoy Big Brother Season 1 of ABS-CBN
Charito Solis The first actress to be inducted in the FAMAS Best Actress Hall of Fame of the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences in 1984.
Dr. Luis F. Orosa Former Executive Vice President, Philippine Dental Association
Dr. Adrian C. Pena President, Philippine Society of Physicians, 2005
Allan Caidic The Triggerman, UAAP Most Valuable Player (1982, 1984, 1985), 1990 PBA Most Valuable Player, one of the PBA’s 25 Greatest.
Jerry Codiñera The Defense Minister, one of the 25 Greatest.
James Yap UAAP MVP of 2003, PBA Most Valuable Player of 2005-06. Currently in Purefoods Team In PBA.
Elmer G. Yanga Commissioner, UAAP Season 69, Former Governor, PBA Former Sports manager RFM

Further information: List of University of the East people

Gallery

References

  1. ^ "University of the East: Nearly 60 years of quality education for the masses", Manila Bulletin. Retrieved on 2006 09-20.
  2. ^ "CHED cites UE as a “Center of Development in Information Technology Education”", University of the East. Retrieved on 2007 03-15.
  3. ^ "University of the East: Nearly 60 years of quality education for the masses", Manila Bulletin. Retrieved on 2006 09-20.
  4. ^ "UE migrates from ATM to Gigabit Ethernet to support growing online requirements", Manila Bulletin. Retrieved on 2007 01-25.
  5. ^ "UAAP 69’ Kicks Off", University of the East UAAP. Retrieved on 2006 10-09.
  6. ^ "George Canseco's Immortal Music", Manila Bulletin. Retrieved on 2006 11-22.
  7. ^ "The National Artists for Literature-Virgilio S. Almario", Panitikan. Retrieved on 2007 02-06.
  8. ^ "University of the East News", University of the East. Retrieved on 2007-01-21.

External links



University of the East
 University of the East - Manila  |  University of the East - Caloocan  |  UE - Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center(UERMMMC)  

Sports:   UE Red Warriors  


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