Kalayaan College
Dalubhasaang Kalayaan (Filipino)
Established2000; 24 years ago (2000)
FounderDr. Jose V. Abueva
PresidentMA. Oliva Z. Domingo, DPA
Vice-presidentVirginia S. Cariño, Ph.D.
(VP for Student and Alumni Affairs)
No. 22 Manga Road, cor. Aurora Blvd.
, ,
Metro Manila
14°37′4.81″N 121°2′32.91″E / 14.6180028°N 121.0424750°E / 14.6180028; 121.0424750
Kalayaan College is located in Metro Manila
Kalayaan College
Location in Metro Manila
Kalayaan College is located in Luzon
Kalayaan College
Location in Luzon
Kalayaan College is located in Philippines
Kalayaan College
Location in the Philippines

Kalayaan College (or KC) is a private, non-sectarian higher education institution formerly located in Marikina that has since moved to Quezon City. It was established in 2000.

Kalayaan College is on Manga Road cor Aurora Blvd, near the Line 2 Betty Go-Belmonte. It was established by big names in academic institutions. The college's president, Dr. José Abueva, is a former president of the University of the Philippines.

The college follows UP's curriculum, such as the grading system for students (where 1.00 is the highest and 5.00 is the lowest or failing grade). Most of the professors are members of UP's faculty or UP graduates. [citation needed]

On July 4, 2022, Kalayaan College announced that it will end its operations after 22 years due to financial losses.[1][2]

Kalayaan College

Bachelor courses

Bachelor in Science courses

Kalayaan College's Bachelor in Science courses include Business Administration, Hospitality Management, Computer Science, and Psychology.

Bachelor in the Arts courses

KC's Bachelor in the Arts courses include Psychology, Journalism, and Literature.

Other Bachelor courses

Kalayaan College has bachelor courses in Public Administration, Early Childhood Care and Development, Fine Arts (Major in Studio Arts /Visual Communication).

Other courses

Kalayaan College offers Associate in Arts and Sciences, Associate in Computer Technology, and Certificate in Fine Arts.


  1. ^ "Kalayaan College Facebook page". Facebook.
  2. ^ Roque, Nika (July 5, 2022). "Kalayaan College to end operations due to financial losses". GMA News Online. Retrieved August 16, 2022.