- Any qualified individual with a bachelor’s degree from a college or university may apply for Admission to the Graduate School. The original transcript of records from the university/college graduated from is required.
- Applicants shall be evaluated on the ff. criteria:
a. A cumulative undergraduate quality point average of at least 85% or 2.0 and above in the undergraduate level
b. Letters of recommendation or NBI clearance
c. Average rating in the official entrance standardized test scores
d. Satisfactory interview with the Graduate School Dean
e. English proficiency test for foreign students.
- The applicant maybe required to make up for any deficiencies in her/his academic background by completion of specified courses.
- A minimum of 18 units in the discipline in which the applicant intends to do graduate work is required.
- The 30-unit Educational Certificate course applications follow regular graduate school application procedures.
- A probationary admission maybe given to an applicant whose academic undergraduate record and standardized test scores do not meet the graduate school’s standards. If the applicant is accepted on probation s/he will be placed under academic probation for a period of one semester and maintain a grade of 2.0 or higher in each subject enrolled.The student’s status will be re-evaluated at the end of the semester to determine if the probationary status is lifted.
- If the applicant does not hold a bachelor’s degree on the program s/he is applying for her/his acceptance to the program will be considered probationary status until all required 18 undergraduate units have been taken and passed. s/he may not take any of the basic and major courses offered in the Graduate Program until all pre-requisites have been taken.
About AC Henry Sy Sr. Hall The Henry Sy Sr. Hall is comprised of state-of-the-art facilities in a five-story building. It includes the Paradiso Exhibit Hall; Pamana Museum; Liwanag Innovation Center; Pardo Theater; Biyaya Gathering Hall; Chinshi Contemplation Garden;...
Creatives Metta Marie Eugenie Theater of the Assumption (METTA) Metta takes its name from the Pali word for ‘loving-kindness’ and ‘friendliness for all.’ In the same essence, the Marie Eugenie Theater of the Assumption, or Metta, combines drama, dance, and music to...
Creatives > Metta > Venues Rehearsal Room Located underneath the MRA stage, the rehearsal room shares the same dimensions as the stage itself. It is ideal for practices and blockings before the actual use of the auditorium. The air conditioned room also has mirrors on...
Creatives > Metta > Venues Ballet Room The ballet studio, located a few steps away from the auditorium is at the 2nd floor of the Sports Complex. The room is ideal for dance lessons/rehearsals for no more than 20 persons. It is with ceiling to floor mirrors on one...
Creatives > Metta > Venues Blackbox Theater Blackbox Theater are flexible areas typically composed of loose chairs which can easily be moved to allow space for a thrust stage or arena. The Blackbox Theater was constructed in 2008 and is the home of Metta's Acting and...
Creatives > Metta > Venues Mother Rose Auditorium The MRA is an impressive 1,011 seat theater with a proscenium stage. It boasts state of the art sound and light technology, a stunning layout of the orchestra, balcony and parterre boxes, outstanding acoustics, an...
Creatives > Metta Shows November 2019 Romeo and Juliet Book your school tour now! November 11-24, 2019. For ticket reservation, call Adriana Roncesvalles at 0915 239 1275 or at (02) 817 0757 local 1160 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org April 2020 Metta Musical...
Dr. Angela Fabiola Regala officially took her Oath as the 10th President of Assumption College during her Investiture Ceremony held last August 26, 2020. At the momentous event, this was speech she gave.
A personal message from former president Dr. Carmen Valdes | Today, May 31, 2020, is the last day of my term as president of Assumption College San Lorenzo. It has been my honor and privilege to have served you in the best way I knew how.
Editorial Statement on Extra Judicial Killings | We have seen in the past six weeks a laser-like focus on the need to rid the country of the scourge of drug addiction. We know the pernicious effect of drugs – on the individual, on the family, on the community and on the country as a whole.
Editorial statement on former President Ferdinand Marcos’ ‘Hero Burial’ | I believe that every person no matter what they have or have not done in their lives deserves respect even in death. However, to be buried at Libingan ng mga Bayani affirms that those buried there were indeed heroes. And there’s the rub.
An article from peopleasia.ph | “People always say that I’m outside the box. I’m very innovative, I’m very creative, I want to move things forward, I want to break the walls of Assumption, I want to be much more holistic … Let’s put it this way; I want to embrace and expand what Assumption San Lorenzo does,” Pinky shares.
An article from lifestyle.inquirer.net | Dr. Carmen Lourdes “Pinky’ Valdes, a former nun, is AC’s ninth president and the first lay leader to steer the nearly 60-year-old education institution known for producing alumnae who blaze trails in government service, the arts and business.
Published on opinion.inquirer.net by Rina Jimenez-David | The “Parliament of the Streets,” the series of protests, marches, organizing meetings, symposia, even fashion shows, concerts and comedy acts that marked the post-Ninoy Aquino assassination period, will always be remembered as the political “coming out” of the Filipino middle class.
Featured at Philippine Daily Inquirer (World Section) | Assumption College’s new president, Dr. Carmen “Pinky” Valdes, wants to lead the youth by understanding their language and deconstructing their link to social media.
Statement on Supreme Court’s Decision Allowing Burial of Former President Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani
Judgment is not the intent here, but simply to ask for respect for the historical facts and the will of the Filipino People clearly demonstrated in the People Power Revolution of 1986.
St. Marie Eugenie, our foundress, grew up in a revolutionary society very similar to ours. She was convinced that only education can bring people to transform themselves and society.
Feature at People Asia | All her life, Pinky has had a unique way of looking at the world. “I believe life is much better than people think,” she explains. “I always like to look at the whole picture because you’ll see that there is more positive than negative.”
As we mourn the deaeth of Kian, we mourn with cries for due process and justice in our country. In the face of such injustice, we join our voices with our colleagues in many academic institutions who stand by the truth: “we are our brother’s keeper.”
To students I say: be a “Horatio” for each other. See the nobility in the heart of your classmate and in your teachers and parents, too. To teachers I say, it is our call to see beyond the “shell” of fear and confusion in our students; and with tenderness, nurture the nobility in every student’s heart.
We, as a school, are dedicated to the developmenet of the young – we should always speak and stand for the rights of the children and pre-teens. Be their voice wherever you are.
Keep this in mind the next time you are about to repeat a rumor or spread gossip. “Take a moment to filter what you’re going to say. The first filter is Truth; the second is Goodness, and the third is Usefulness.”
On my way out, after I received his gift, I was ready to step out already when he held my arm and said, “Wait. Please let me give you a special blessing. I want you to know I am with you as you face trials in your ministry in your diocese.”
In order to ensure the total development of Assumption students, the College provides and implements student personnel services which promote growth of persons-in-community, develop leaders, and foster an environment of mutual trust and respect, concern and freedom in the campus.
The Guidance Program aims to serve the needs of individual students in terms of holistic growth and development. It is designated to assist the student in adapting to life challenges, decision making and developing a sense of service so that in turn, she may contribute to the growth and development of others in the community in which she lives.
Complementing the Academic Program are different programs for students coordinated by the Office of Student Affairs. These cover both extracurricular activities through the Assumption Student Council and Student Organizations as well as co-curricular activities which are coordinated with Department Chairpersons.
The Assumption Student Council (ASC) is the official student government of the Assumption College. It is an autonomous body, and the unified and democratic representative of the student body. The ASC is composed of the Assumption Executive Council (the President, Internal Vice-President, External Vice218 assumption college President, Organizational Vice-President), committee heads (Legal Committee Head, Finance Committee Head, Information Committee Head), Year Level Representatives, and the year block representatives.
The STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS are learning extensions, venues for practical application of theories learned in the classroom. They are not only co-curricular in nature but are oriented towards service to the school and the bigger society.
The Higher Education Division offers the field of Athletic Varsity Team which opens doors to students who exhibit their unique excellence through sports. The College division has a total of seven (7) varsity teams namely Badminton, Basketball, Futsal, Pep Squad, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, and Volleyball.
The Center for Social Involvement (CSI) was established in 1975 as a center for Assumption students seeking a more meaningful and relevant education. THE CENTER for SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT aims to: Conceptualize, propose, and implement programs for the development of the social awareness, commitment and action of the school community.
The FSF Center envisions a community of unique persons empowered by and delighting in a spiritual adventure with God.
Learning Resource Center: Library Hours, Users and Rules. Clinic: Medical Services for Students and Dental Services for Students.
Meals and snacks are available for sale in the Commons (canteen) and food booths located at strategic places. They are open to accommodate the students during their recess and lunch breaks during school days.
The Milleret Bookstore is open on weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The School community may purchase books, uniforms, and school/office supplies during these store hours.
8817.0757 loc. 1057 or 8817.4856/8817.7893
Payment can be made thru Cash, checks & credit card. We accept all major credit cards except Amexco & Diners Card.
The Assumption College dormitory is a housing facility for students. A student’s admission into the College Dormitory means that she observes the policies and rules. The Dormitory Administrative Team reserves the right to institute sanctions, or separation from the dormitory. Students assume the responsibility of abiding by the guidelines set in the Dormitory Handbook.
The school offers dynamic interdisciplinary educational programs that combine a strong business and management education core with professional courses, general education, leadership and entrepreneurship to develop well-balanced and competent business professionals.
The Marie Eugenie School for Innovative Learning is a progressive concept in tertiary education, conceptualized for the purpose of harnessing the qualities that create highly skilled educators, communicators, psychologists, interior designers and practitioners in the performing arts as trailblazing leaders.
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San Lorenzo Village, Makati City 1223
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