This table lists notable alumni affiliated with the Ateneo de Manila University (formerly known as the Escuela Municipal de Manila from 1859 to 1865 and the Ateneo Municipal de Manila from 1865 to 1891), from grade school through graduate and professional schools, during its long history dating back to 1859. The list includes actors, artists, athletes, businesspeople, musicians, politicians, and writers who have attended the university, as well as those who have received honorary degrees.

Legend

Notes and abbreviations used

Art, design and literature

Mich Dulce
Luisa Igloria
Juan Luna
Pete Lacaba
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Federico Aguilar Alcuaz 1955 Law LL.B. Painter, National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts (2009) [1]
Isidro Ancheta 1904 SAS A.B. Landscape painter [2]
Agnes Arellano 1971−72 SAS M.A. Clinical Psychology Sculptor, educator [3]
Lamberto V. Avellana 1937 SAS A.B. magna cum laude Director, National Artist of the Philippines for Film (1976) [4]
Salvador Bernal 1966 SAS A.B. Philosophy cum laude Stage designer, National Artist of the Philippines for Theater and Design (2003) [5]
Gregorio C. Brillantes 1953 SAS A.B. Humanities Palanca Award-winning writer [6]
Isagani R. Cruz 1970 SAS M.A. English Literature Palanca Award-winning writer [7]
Mich Dulce 2001 SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Internationally recognized fashion designer and milliner [8]
Paul Dumol SAS A.B. Communication summa cum laude (valedictorian) Playwright, historian, educator [9]
Edmundo Farolan 1956, 1960, 1964 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Filipino Canadian author [10]
Doreen Fernandez 1977 SAS Ph.D. in Literature Cultural historian, food columnist, writer [11]
Candy Gourlay 1984 SAS A.B. Communication Journalist, author [12]
Fernando María Guerrero MDM A.B. Lawyer, journalist, polyglot, writer during the Philippines' golden period of Spanish literature [13]
Luisa Igloria 1988 SAS M.A. Literature Palanca Award-winning writer, poet [14]
Karen Kunawicz 1990 SAS B.S. Management Writer, columnist, former television host and producer [15]
Emmanuel F. Lacaba 1970 SAS A.B. Humanities Writer, journalist and activist during the presidency of Ferdinand Marcos [16]
Pete Lacaba 1961–1964 (DNG) SAS A.B. English FAMAS Award-winning screenwriter, journalist, poet [17]
Juan Luna 1874 SAS A.B. Painter during the Philippine Revolution (Spoliarium, The Death of Cleopatra) [18]
Danton Remoto 1983, 1989 SAS A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies, M.A. English Literature Palanca Award-winning essayist, writer, educator, chairman emeritus of Ladlad [19]
Alejandro Roces 1996 (L.H.D.) GS, HS, SAS L.H.D. honoris causa Short story writer, essayist, former Philippine Secretary of Education (1962–1965), Chairman of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (2001–02), National Artist of the Philippines for Literature (2003) [20]
Ildefonso P. Santos Jr. 1948 HS N/A Architect, National Artist of the Philippines for Architecture (2006) [21]
Danny Sillada 1993 GSB MBA Artist, writer, cultural critic [22]
Miguel Syjuco 2000 SOH A.B. Literature (English) Writer [23]
Fernando Zóbel de Ayala y Montojo 1963 SAS L.H.D. honoris causa Painter, museum collector, member of the Zóbel de Ayala family [20]
Lawrence Ypil 1999, 2010 SOSE, SOH B.S. Biology, M.A. English Palanca Award-winning poet and non-fiction writer, Fulbright Scholar, Lecturer at Yale-NUS College [24]
Roger Olivares 1959 SAS A.B. Economics Author, Fulbright Scholar [25]

Business

Eugenio Lopez III
Manuel V. Pangilinan
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Benjamin M. Bitanga 1973 SAS B.S. Management Founder and CEO of MRC Allied [26]
Teodoro Borlongan 1970, 1974, 1978 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Economics (Honors) cum laude Former president of Urban Bank [27]
Eduardo de los Angeles 1962, 1966 SAS, Law A.B., LL.B. Dean of the Ateneo Law School (1984–1989), president of the Philippine Stock Exchange (1993–1996) [28]
John Gokongwei 2004 SAS Doctor of Humanities honoris causa Founder and chairman emeritus of JG Summit Holdings [20]
Carlo Katigbak 1991 SAS B.S. Management Engineering President and CEO of the ABS-CBN Corporation (2016–present) [29]
Eugenio Lopez Sr. 1919 SAS A.B. cum laude Co-founder of the Lopez Group of Companies [30]
Eugenio Lopez Jr. SAS A.B. Former President/CEO and Chairman of the ABS-CBN Corporation (1956–1972, 1993–1997) [31]
Eugenio Lopez III 1966, 1970 GS, HS N/A Chairman emeritus of the ABS-CBN Corporation [32]
Roberto Ongpin 1957 SAS B.S. Business Administration cum laude Chairman and CEO of Alphaland Corporation, former Philippine Minister of Industry under Ferdinand Marcos [33]
Manuel V. Pangilinan 1966 SAS A.B. Economics cum laude CEO of First Pacific (Metro Pacific Investments, PLDT), president and chairman of the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (2007–2016), former chairman of the Ateneo Board of Trustees [34]
Andrés Soriano 1908, 1912 GS, HS N/A Spanish Filipino industrialist, founder of Philippine Airlines, former president of San Miguel Brewery Inc. (1939−1964) [35]
Cory Vidanes SAS A.B. Communication COO of the ABS-CBN Corporation [36]

Civil society

Cardinal Jaime Sin
Cardinal Jaime Sin
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Joaquin Bernas, S.J. 1962 Law LL.B. President of the Ateneo de Manila University (1984–1993), Dean Emeritus of Ateneo Law School (1972–1976, 2000–2004), faculty at the Ateneo Law School (since 1966) [37]
Hyacinth Gabriel Connon, F.S.C. 1961 SAS Ph.D. honoris causa President of the De La Salle University (1950–1959, 1966–1978) [20]
Emanuel de Guzman 2001 SOSS M.A. Sociology President of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines [38]
Horacio de la Costa, S.J. 1931, 1935 HS, SAS A.B. First Filipino Provincial Superior of the Society of Jesus in the Philippines [20]
Lydia B. Echauz GSB MBA President of Far Eastern University (2002−2012) [39]
Tony Meloto 1971 SAS A.B. Economics Philanthropist, founder of Gawad Kalinga [40]
Alfredo Obviar 1914 SAS A.B. Venerable, Bishop Emeritus of Lucena [41]
Onofre R. Pagsanghan 1947, 1951, 1984, 1991 HS, SAS A.B. Education, M.A. English Literature, L.H.D. honoris causa Educator and writer [20]
Sonia Roco SAS M.A. Communication, M.A. Social Psychology Educator, civic leader, wife of Raul Roco [42]
Mari-Jo P. Ruiz 1981 SAS Ph.D. Mathematics Mathematician, educator, member of the Ateneo Board of Trustees (2005–present) [43]
Karel San Juan, S.J. 1986 SAS B.S. Mathematics cum laude (valedictorian) President of the Ateneo de Zamboanga University (2013–present) [44]
Rufino Santos 1960 SAS L.H.D. honoris causa Cardinal, 29th Archbishop of Manila (1953–1973) [20]
Jaime Sin 1980 SAS D.H.L. honoris causa Cardinal, 30th Archbishop of Manila (1974–2003) [20]
Luis Antonio Tagle 1977 SAS A.B. Pre-Divinity Cardinal, Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples (since 2020), 32nd Archbishop of Manila (2011–2020) [45]
Jose Ramon Villarin, S.J. 1980 SAS B.S. Physics magna cum laude (valedictorian) President of the Ateneo de Manila University (2011–2020), physicist, 2007 Nobel Peace Prize recipient as member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [46]

Entertainment

Kris Aquino
Rico Blanco
Dingdong Dantes
Karylle
Nikki Gil
Jim Paredes
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Boy Abunda DNG SAS B.S. Management Talk show host, publicist, talent manager, endorser [47]
Tetchie Agbayani 2001–02 SOSS M.A. Counseling Psychology Actress, former beauty queen (Mutya ng Pilipinas) [48]
Kris Aquino 1992 SAS A.B. Literature Actress, television host [49]
Joey Ayala 1969, 1973 GS, HS N/A Singer-songwriter, former chairman of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts [50]
Rico Blanco 1992 SAS A.B. Management Economics Musician (Rivermaya) [49]
Jimmy Bondoc 1997 (SAS) GS, HS, SAS A.B. Communication Musician [51]
Nonie Buencamino 1987 SAS A.B. Economics Actor [49]
Chris Cantada 2002, 2006 HS, SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Musician (Sponge Cola) [52][53]
Jose Mari Chan 1967 SAS A.B. Economics Singer-songwriter [54]
Gab Chee Kee GS, HS N/A Musician (Parokya Ni Edgar) [55]
Crisel Consunji 2006, 2009 SOSS A.B. Political Science, M.A. Global Politics Hong Kong-based actress [56]
Jasmine Curtis-Smith 2013–2016 (DNG) SOSS A.B. Communication Actress [57]
Mikael Daez 2010 (SOM) GS, HS, SOM B.S. Management Actor, model, television host [58]
Dingdong Dantes 1998 (HS), DNG (transferred) GS, HS, SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Actor, dancer, television host, director, film producer, former commissioner of the National Youth Commission (2014–2016) [59]
Janice de Belen 2002 (DNG) SOSS A.B. Psychology Actress [60]
Gosh Dilay 2002 HS Musician (Sponge Cola) [52]
Robi Domingo 2012 SOSE B.S. Health Sciences Television host, actor [49]
Ina Feleo 2006 SOH B.F.A. Creative Writing Actress, dancer [61]
Franchesca Floirendo 2014 SOH B.F.A. Actress, model [62]
Nikki Gil 2009 SOH A.B. Literature (English) Actress, singer, television host [49]
Bianca Gonzalez 2004 SOSS A.B. Communication Television host, model [49]
Alodia Gosiengfiao 2009 SOH B.F.A. Information Design Cosplayer, television personality [49]
Laurice Guillen 1971 SAS M.A. Communication Actress, director [63]
Janine Gutierrez 2011 SOSS A.B. European Studies Actress, television host, model [64]
Marie Jamora 2001 SOSS A.B. Communication cum laude Music video and commercial director, editor [65]
Karylle Yuson 2002 SOM B.S. Communications Technology Management Actress, singer-songwriter, television host [64]
Reese Lansangan 2011 SOH B.F.A. Information Design Singer-songwriter, artist [66]
Grace Lee 2006 SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies (Communication and Chinese Studies) Television and radio host [67]
Mikee Lee 2004, 2008, 2012 GS, HS, SOM B.S. Management Engineering Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition contestant [68]
Laura Lehmann 2017 SOSS A.B. Psychology Television host, model, former Ateneo Blue Eagles courtside reporter (2014–2016), beauty queen (Miss World 2017) [69]
Maxene Magalona 2008 SOSS A.B. Social Sciences Actress [49]
Kelsey Merritt 2017 SOSS A.B. Communication Model, first Filipino to walk in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show [64]
Chito Miranda GS, HS N/A Singer-songwriter, lead vocalist of Parokya ni Edgar [55]
Vinci Montaner GS, HS N/A Musician (Parokya ni Edgar) [55]
Dindin Moreno HS Musician (Parokya ni Edgar) [55]
Jan Nieto 2003 SOM B.S. Management Engineering Singer, Philippine Idol contestant [70]
Rica Peralejo 2012 SOH A.B. Literature (English) Actress, television host [49]
Jim Paredes 1969 HS Musician (APO Hiking Society), activist, lecturer [71]
Krista Ranillo 2007 SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Actress [49]
Maricar Reyes 2002 SOSE B.S. Biology Actress [49]
Gerard Salonga 1994 SAS A.B. Orchestral conductor (ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra), musical arranger [72]
Lea Salonga 1989 (DNG) SAS B.S. Biology Tony Award-winning actress, singer [58]
Antoinette Taus 2001 SOSS A.B. Political Science Actress, singer, philanthropist [58]
Nicole Uysiuseng 2012 SOM A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Actress and television host [49]
BP Valenzuela DNG (transferred) SOSS A.B. Sociology Singer-songwriter, music producer [73]
Kylie Verzosa 2014 SOM B.S. Management Beauty queen (Miss International 2016), actress, model [64]
Georgina Wilson DNG (transferred) SOSS A.B. Economics (Honors) Model, television host, endorser, co-founder and marketing director of Sunnies Studios [74]
Yael Yuzon 1998, 2002, 2006 GS, HS, SOH A.B. Literature (English) Singer-songwriter, lead vocalist and guitarist of Sponge Cola [49]
Yanni Yuzon 1992, 1996, 2000 GS, HS, SOSS A.B. Social Sciences Musician (Pupil) [75]

Government and politics

Presidents of the Philippines

Benigno Aquino III
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Benigno Aquino III 1973, 1977, 1981 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Economics 15th President of the Philippines (2010–2016), Philippine Senator (2007–2010); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Tarlac's 2nd District (1998–2007) [76]
Corazon Aquino 1986 SAS L.H.D. honoris causa 11th President of the Philippines (1986–1992) [20]
Joseph Estrada 1951, 1952–53; DNG (expelled) GS, HS N/A 13th President of the Philippines (1998–2001), 9th Vice President of the Philippines (1992–1998), Mayor of Manila (2013–2019), Mayor of San Juan (1969–1986), Philippine Senator (1987–1992), former actor [77]
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo 1978 SAS M.A. Economics 14th President of the Philippines (2001–2010), 10th Vice President of the Philippines (1998–2001), Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives (2018–19); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Pampanga's 2nd District (2010–2019) [78]
Fidel Ramos 1981, 1997 GSB MBA, LL.D. honoris causa 12th President of the Philippines (1992–1998), Secretary of National Defense (1988–1991), Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (1984–85, 1986–88), Chief of the Philippine Constabulary (1972–1986) [20]

Vice Presidents, Cabinet members and other executive officials

Florencio Abad
Carlos Dominguez III
Teofisto Guingona Jr.
Teodoro Locsin Jr.
Mar Roxas
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Florencio Abad 1972, 1980, 1985 HS, SAS, Law B.S. Business Management, LL.B. Philippine Secretary of Budget and Management (2010–2016), Secretary of Education (2004–05); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Batanes (1987–1989, 1995–2004) [79]
Joseph Emilio Abaya 2005 Law J.D. Philippine Secretary of Transportation and Communications (2012–2016); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Cavite's 2nd District (2004–2012); great-grandson of Emilio Aguinaldo [80]
Ignacio Bunye 1964, 1969 SAS, Law A.B. Political Science, LL.B. Monetary Board Member of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (2008–2014), Philippine Press Secretary (2002–03), Chairman of the Metro Manila Development Authority (1991–92), Mayor of Muntinlupa (1986–87, 1988–1995, 1995–1998); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Muntinlupa (1998–2001) [81]
Jose Calida 1973 Law LL.B. (Dean's Lister) Solicitor General of the Philippines (2016–present) [82]
Roy Cimatu GSB MBA Philippine Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources (2017–present), Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines under Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2002), retired Philippine Army general [83]
Eduardo del Rosario 1994 GSB MBA Philippine Secretary of Human Settlements and Urban Development (2020–present), Chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (2017–2019), retired Philippine Army major general [84]
Carlos Dominguez III 1965, 1969 SAS, GSB A.B. Economics, MBA Philippine Secretary of Finance (2016–present), former Secretary of Agriculture (1987–1989) [85]
Ace Durano 1997 Law LL.B. Philippine Secretary of Tourism (2005–2010); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Cebu's 5th District (1998–2004, 2013–2016) [86]
Teofisto Guingona Jr. 1948, 1950, 1953 SAS, Law A.A., A.B. LL.B. 11th Vice President of the Philippines (2001–2004), Secretary of Justice (1995–1998), Executive Secretary (1993–1995), Senator (1987–1993, 1998–2001), President pro tempore of the Philippine Senate (1987–1990, 1993) [87]
Anwar Ibrahim 1996 D.H.L. 7th Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia [20]
Edwin Lacierda 1989 Law LL.B. Philippine Presidential Spokesperson for Benigno Aquino III [88]
Salvador Laurel 1941 GS 8th Vice President of the Philippines (1986–1992), Prime Minister of the Philippines (1986), Senator (1967–1972); Member of the Interim Batasang Pambansa, Region IV-A (1978–1983); Secretary-General of the United Nationalist Democratic Organization [89]
Teodoro Locsin Jr. 1977 Law LL.B. Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs (2018–present), former Permanent Representative of the Philippines to the United Nations (2017–18); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Makati's 1st District (2001–2010); journalist, presidential speechwriter for Corazon Aquino [90]
Raul Manglapus 1935, 1965 SAS, Law A.B. summa cum laude, LL.B. honoris causa Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs (1987–1992), Senator (1961–1967, 1987), co-founder of the Progressive Party of the Philippines [20]
Karlo Nograles 1997, 2003 SOM, Law B.S. Management Engineering, J.D. Cabinet Secretary of the Philippines (2018–present); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Davao City's 1st District (2010–2018) [91]
Paquito Ochoa Jr. Law LL.B. Executive Secretary of the Philippines (2010–2016) [92]
Jaime Ongpin 1958 SAS B.S. Business Administration Former Philippine Minister of Finance under Corazon Aquino (1986–87), former president of the Benguet Corporation [93]
Ricardo C. Puno 1947 SAS A.B. summa cum laude Philippine Minister of Justice under Ferdinand Marcos (1979–1984) [94]
Ronaldo Puno 1968 SAS A.B. Political Science Philippine Secretary of the Interior and Local Government (1999–2000, 2006–2010); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Antipolo's 1st District (2004–2006) [95]
Alberto Romualdez 1952, 1956, 1960 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Biological Sciences Doctor, Philippine Secretary of Health (1998–2001) [96]
Mar Roxas 1970, 1974 GS, HS N/A Philippine Secretary of the Interior and Local Government (2012–2015), Secretary of Transportation and Communications (2011–12), Senator (2004–2010), Secretary of Trade and Industry (2000–2003); Member of the House of Representatives, Capiz's 1st District (1993–2000) [97]
Roberto Sebastian 1956, 1960, 1964 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Economics Philippine Secretary of Agriculture (1992–1996) [98]
Domingo Siazon Jr. 1951, 1955, 1959 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Political Science Diplomat; Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs (1995–2001), Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (1985–1992), Philippine Ambassador to Japan (1993–1995, 2001–2010) [99]
Gabriel Singson 1948, 1952, 2015 SAS, Law A.B., LL.B., D.P.A. honoris causa Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (1993–1999) [100]

Governors

Kaka Bag-ao
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Kaka Bag-ao 1993 Law J.D. Governor of the Dinagat Islands (2019–present); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Dinagat Islands (2013–2019) [101]
Jose Briones 1931, 1935, 1940 HS, SAS, Law A.B., LL.B. Governor of Cebu (1956–1961); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Cebu's 2nd District (1961–1969) [102]
Evelio Javier 1959, 1963, 1968 HS, SAS, Law A.B. History and Government, LL.B. Governor of Antique (1971–1980) [103]
Exequiel Javier Law LL.B. Governor of Antique (1998–2001, 2010–2015); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Antique (1987–1998, 2001–2010) [104]
Matthew Manotoc 2005–06 (transferred) LS Governor of Ilocos Norte (2019–present), grandson of Ferdinand Marcos [105]
Arthur C. Yap 1987, 1991 SAS, Law A.B. Management Economics (Dean's Lister), J.D. Governor of Bohol (2019–present); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Bohol's 3rd District (2010–2019); Philippine Secretary of Agriculture (2004–05, 2006–2010) [106]

Military

Gregorio del Pilar
Antonio Luna
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Juan Araneta MDM perito mercantil Revolutionary leader during the Negros Revolution, member of the Araneta family [107]
Gregorio del Pilar 1896 SAS A.B. General of the Philippine Revolutionary Army during the Philippine–American War [108]
Antonio Luna 1881 MDM A.B. Commanding General of the Philippine Army during the Philippine–American War [109]

Judges

Roberto A. Abad
Arturo Brion
Antonio Carpio
Maria Lourdes Sereno
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Roberto A. Abad 1968 Law LL.B. (Dean's List) Retired Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2009–2014) [110]
Adolfo Azcuna 1959, 1962 SAS, Law A.B., LL.B. cum laude Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2002–2009), Chancellor of the Philippine Judicial Academy (2009–present) [111]
César Bengzon 1915 (SAS), 1964 (Law) HS, SAS, Law A.B. magna cum laude, LL.D. honoris causa 9th Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (1961–1966), first Filipino judge appointed to the International Court of Justice [20]
Arturo Brion 1974 Law LL.B. cum laude (valedictorian) Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2008–2016), Philippine Secretary of Labor and Employment (2006–2008), professor at the Ateneo Law School [112]
Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa 1981, 1985 SAS, Law A.B. Economics, LL.B. Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2016–present), Chief Presidential Legal Counsel of Benigno Aquino III (2013–2015) [113]
Antonio Carpio 1970 SAS A.B. Economics Retired Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2001–2019) [114]
Mariano del Castillo 1976 Law LL.B. Retired Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2009–2019) [115]
Florentino Floro 1974, 1982 SAS, Law A.B. Philosophy and Theology (Pre-Divinity), LL.B. Former judge dismissed by the Philippine Supreme Court for mental illness in 2006 [116]
Estela Perlas-Bernabe 1976 Law LL.B. (Salutatorian) Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2011–present), Associate Justice of the Philippine Court of Appeals (2004–2011) [117]
Regalado Maambong 1961 Law LL.B. Jurist, Associate Justice of the Philippine Court of Appeals (2002–2009), member of the 1986 Constitutional Commission [118]
Beverley McLachlin 2006 Law LL.D. honoris causa 17th Chief Justice of Canada (2000–2017) [20]
J. B. L. Reyes 1918, 1971 SAS A.B. cum laude, H.D. honoris causa Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (1954–1972) [20]
Voltaire Y. Rosales 1981 Law LL.B. Executive Regional Trial Court Judge in Tanauan, Batangas (1995–2004) [119]
Maria Lourdes Sereno 1980 SAS A.B. Economics De facto Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2012–2018), Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2010–2012) [120]
Claudio Teehankee 1934, 1938, 1940, 1985 HS, SAS, Law A.B. summa cum laude, LL.B. summa cum laude, L.H.D. honoris causa 16th Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (1987–88), Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court during the Ferdinand Marcos presidency (1969–1987), Secretary of Justice (1967–1969) [20]
José Yulo 1967 Law LL.D. honoris causa 6th Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (1942–1945), Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives (1939–1941), Secretary of Justice (1934–1938, 1966–67); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Negros Occidental's 3rd District (1938–1941) [20]
Rodil Zalameda 1987 Law LL.B. Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (2019–present), Associate Justice of the Philippine Court of Appeals (2008–2019) [121]
Alexander Gesmundo 1984 Law J.D 27th Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court [122]

Philippine Congress

Senators

Juan Ponce Enrile
Richard J. Gordon
Risa Hontiveros
Francis Tolentino
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Jose Altavas MDM A.B. (with Honors) Philippine Senator (1916–1922), Governor of Capiz (1910–1916), 1934 Philippine Constitutional Convention delegate [123]
Benigno Aquino Jr. DNG GS, SAS A.B. Philosophy, A.B. History Philippine Senator (1967–1972), Governor of Tarlac (1961–1967) [124]
Bam Aquino 1991, 1995, 1999 GS, HS, SAS, Law (DNG) B.S. Management Engineering summa cum laude Philippine Senator (2013–2019), Chairman of the National Youth Commission (2003–2006) [125]
Juan Ponce Enrile 1949 SAS A.A. cum laude Philippine Senator (1987–1992, 1995–2001, 2004–2016), President of the Philippine Senate (2008–2013), Minister of National Defense under Ferdinand Marcos (1970–71, 1972–1986), lead figure in the 1986 People Power Revolution [126]
Jinggoy Estrada 1976, 1980 GS, HS N/A Philippine Senator (2004–2016), President pro tempore of the Philippine Senate (2007–2013), Mayor of San Juan (1992–2001), Vice Mayor of San Juan (1988–1992), former actor [127]
Richard J. Gordon 1962, 1966 HS, SAS A.B. History and Government Philippine Senator (2004–2010, 2016–present), Chairman of the Philippine Red Cross (since 2004), Secretary of Tourism (2001–2004), Chairman of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (1992–1998), Mayor of Olongapo (1980–1986, 1988–1993) [128]
TG Guingona 1970, 1977, 1981, 1985 GS, HS, SAS, Law A.B. Economics, J.D. Philippine Senator (2010–2016); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Bukidnon's 2nd District (2004–2010) [129]
Risa Hontiveros 1987 SAS A.B. Social Sciences cum laude Philippine Senator (2016–present); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Akbayan (2004–2010) [130]
Ernesto Maceda 1952, 1956 SAS, Law A.B. magna cum laude, LL.B. cum laude Philippine Senator (1971–72, 1987–1998), President of the Philippine Senate (1996–1998), Philippine Ambassador to the United States (1998–2001) [131]
Sergio Osmeña Jr. 1935 SAS A.A. cum laude Philippine Senator (1965–1971), Mayor of Cebu City (1959–1963), Governor of Cebu (1951–1959) [132]
Ambrosio Padilla 1926, 1930 HS, SAS A.B. summa cum laude Philippine Senator (1957–1972), Senate Minority Floor Leader (1966–1969), Solicitor General of the Philippines (1954–1957), 1st President of the Philippine Olympic Committee (1970–1976); former basketball player (Ateneo Blue Eagles) [133]
Koko Pimentel 1977, 1981, 1985 GS, HS, SAS B.S. Mathematics Philippine Senator (2011–present), President of the Philippine Senate (2016–2018) [127]
Claro M. Recto 1909 SAS A.B. maxima cum laude Philippine Senator (1931–1935, 1945–46, 1952–1960), Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (1935–36); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Batangas' 3rd District (1919–1928) [134]
Ralph Recto 1978 GS Philippine Senator (2001–2007, 2010–present), President pro tempore of the Philippine Senate (2013–2016, 2017–present), Senate Minority Leader (2016–17), Director-General of the National Economic and Development Authority (2008–09); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Batangas' 4th District (1992–2001) [135]
Soc Rodrigo 1934 SAS A.B. Philippine Senator (1955–1967), playwright, journalist [136]
Gerardo Roxas 1942 HS Philippine Senator (1963–1972); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Capiz's 1st District (1957–1963) [137]
Wigberto Tañada 1948, 1952, 1956 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Philippine Senator (1987–1995), Senate Minority Floor Leader (1992–1995); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Quezon's 4th District (1995–2001) [138]
Francis Tolentino 1980, 1984 SAS, Law A.B. Philosophy, LL.B. Philippine Senator (2019–present), Chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (2010–2015), Mayor of Tagaytay (1995–2004) [139]

Representatives

Alan Peter Cayetano
Prospero Nograles
Erin Tañada
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Pantaleon Alvarez 1983 Law LL.B. Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives (2016–2018); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Davao del Norte's 1st District (1998–2001, 2016–present); Philippine Secretary of Transportation and Communications (2001–02) [140]
Herminio Aquino 1969 SAS A.B. Economics magna cum laude Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Tarlac's 3rd District (1987–1998) [141]
Walden Bello 1966 SAS A.B. Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Akbayan (2007–2015); professor [142]
Alan Peter Cayetano 1997 Law J.D. Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives (2019–present); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Pateros–Taguig (1998–2007, 2019–present); former Philippine Senator (2007–2017), Secretary of Foreign Affairs (2017–18) [143]
Raul del Mar 1963 Law LL.B. Deputy Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives (2004–2010); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Cebu City's 1st District (1987–1998, 2001–2010, 2013–present) [144]
Jack Enrile 1972, 1976 GS, HS N/A Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Cagayan's 1st District (1998–2007, 2010–2013); son of Juan Ponce Enrile [145]
Rodolfo Fariñas 1971, 1978 SAS, Law A.B., LL.B. Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Ilocos Norte's 1st District (1998–2001, 2010–2019); Governor of Ilocos Norte (1988–1998), Mayor of Laoag (1980–1986) [146]
Felix William Fuentebella 1993 (HS), 1998–2001 (Law; DNG) GS, HS, Law LL.B Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Camarines Sur's 3rd District (2001–2004) and 4th District (2013–2016) [147]
Neptali Gonzales II 1979 Law LL.B. Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Mandaluyong (1995–2004, 2007–2016, 2019–present); Mayor of Mandaluyong (2004–2007) [148]
Prospero Nograles 1967, 1971 SAS, Law A.B. Political Science, LL.B. Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives (2008–2010); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Davao City's 1st District (1989–1992, 1995–1998, 2001–2010) [149]
Antonino P. Roman 1960 Law LL.B. Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Bataan's 1st District (1998–2007) [96]
Joey Salceda 1982 SAS B.S. Management Engineering cum laude Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Albay's 2nd District (2016–present) and 3rd District (1998–2007); Governor of Albay (2007–2016), Presidential Chief of Staff to Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2007) [150]
Erin Tañada 1977, 1981, 1985 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Political Science Deputy Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives (2010–2013); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Quezon's 4th District (2004–2013) [151]
Alfred Vargas 2002 SOSS A.B. Management Economics Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Quezon City's 5th District (2013–present); actor [58]

Mayors

Vico Sotto
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Benjamin Abalos Jr. 1987 Law LL.B. MMDA Chairman (2020–present); Mayor of Mandaluyong (1998–2004, 2007–2016); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Mandaluyong (2004–2007) [152]
Joy Belmonte 1992 SAS A.B. Social Sciences Mayor of Quezon City (2019–present), former Vice Mayor of Quezon City (2010–2019) [153]
Abigail Binay 2001 Law J.D. Mayor of Makati (2016–present); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Makati's 2nd District (2007–2016) [154]
Arsenio Lacson 1930, 1934 HS, SAS A.B. 17th Mayor of Manila (1952–1962), journalist; Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Manila's 2nd District (1949–1952) [155]
Kit Nieto HS, SAS, Law A.B. Political Science, LL.B. Mayor of Cainta (2013–present) [156]
Vico Sotto 2011, 2018 SOSS, SoG A.B. Political Science, MPM Mayor of Pasig (2019–present); Councilor of Pasig (2016–2019) [157]
Marcelino Teodoro 1997 SAS M.A. Teaching Philosophy Mayor of Marikina (2016–present); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Marikina's 1st District (2007–2016) [158]
Donya Tesoro 2018 SoG MPM Mayor of San Manuel, Tarlac (2019–present); Vice Mayor of San Manuel, Tarlac (2016–2019); Councilor of San Manuel, Tarlac (2013–2016) [159]
Toby Tiangco SAS B.S. Management Mayor of Navotas (2000–2010, 2019–present); Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Navotas (2010–2019) [160]

Other Philippine political figures

Ambeth Ocampo
José Rizal
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Jose Miguel Arroyo 1972 (Law) GS, HS, SAS, Law A.B. Political Science, LL.B. First Gentleman of the Philippines (2001–2010) [161]
Andres D. Bautista 1986, 1990 SAS, Law B.S. Legal Management, LL.B. (valedictorian) Chairman of the Commission on Elections (2015–2017), former Dean of the Far Eastern University Institute of Law [162]
Rafael Buenaventura 1951, 1955 GS, HS N/A Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (1999–2005) [163]
Felipe Calderón 1883 (MDM) GS, HS, MDM A.B. Lawyer, "father of the Malolos Constitution" [164]
Rafael Crame MDM A.B. Chief of the former Philippine Constabulary (1917–1927) [165]
Gabriel Daza 1914 B.A First Filipino Electrical Engineer, Co-founder of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP) and PLDT [166]
Epifanio de los Santos MDM A.B. summa cum laude Historian, literary critic, jurist, journalist, scholar, member of the Revolutionary Government, Director of the National Library and Museum of the Philippines (1925–1928), namesake of EDSA [167]
Edgar Jopson 1970 (SAS) GS, HS, SAS B.S. Management Engineering cum laude Student activist and member of the Communist Party of the Philippines during the presidency of Ferdinand Marcos [168]
Ambeth Ocampo 1981, 1985 GS, HS N/A Historian, Chairman of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (2002–2011) [169]
José Palma MDM Poet, lyricist of "Lupang Hinirang" [170]
Pedro Paterno 1871 MDM A.B. Reformist, poet, and novelist of the Revolutionary Government [171]
José Rizal 1877 MDM A.B. sobresaliente National hero of the Philippines, reformist of Spanish colonial Philippines under the Propaganda Movement, writer (Noli Me Tángere, El filibusterismo, La solidaridad), founder of La Liga Filipina [172]
Rodolfo Severino Jr. 1952, 1956 HS, SAS A.B. Humanities Diplomat, 10th Secretary General of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (1998−2002) [173]
Jose Maria Sison 1953–54 (transferred) HS Founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines [174]
Amando Tetangco Jr. 1973 SAS A.B. Economics cum laude Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (2005–2017) [175]

Law

Adel Tamano
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Felipe Agoncillo MDM Lawyer representative to the negotiations of the Treaty of Paris (1898), "first Filipino diplomat" [176]
Cesario Azucena Law LL.B. Labor lawyer, professor, author [177]
Sedfrey Candelaria 1980, 1984 SAS, Law A.B. Political Science, LL.B. Dean of the Ateneo Law School (2012–present) [178]
Antonio La Viña 1980 SAS A.B. Philosophy Lawyer, educator, environmental policy expert; Dean of the Ateneo School of Government (2006–2016), Philippine Undersecretary of Environment for Legal and Legislative Affairs (1996–1998) [179]
Tranquil Salvador III 1991 Law J.D. Bar Examiner, Remedial Law (2018 Bar Examinations); Author, Criminal Procedure; Remedial Law Reviewer; Dean, Manila Adventist College-School of Law and Jurisprudence; and Former Dean, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasay [180]
Adel Tamano 1992, 1996 SAS, Law A.B. Economics, J.D. Lawyer, Dean of the Liceo de Cagayan University College of Law (2011–present), former President of the University of the City of Manila (2007–2009) [181]
Eugene A. Tan 1967 Law LL.B. (valedictorian) Human rights lawyer murdered in 1994 [182]
Tonisito Umali 1992, 1997 SAS, Law B.S. Legal Management, J.D. Lawyer, radio host, Philippine Undersecretary of Education for Legislative Liaison (2017–present), Assistant Education Secretary for Legal Affairs (2010–2017) [183]
Cesar L. Villanueva 1981 Law LL.B. cum laude (valedictorian) Dean of the Ateneo Law School (2004–2012) [184]

Media and communications

Korina Sanchez
Howie Severino
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Atom Araullo 1994 GS Journalist, television host [185]
Pia Arcangel 2000 SOH A.B. Communication Journalist, television news anchor [186]
Paolo Bediones 1988, 1992, 1996 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Television host, newscaster (TV5), radio commentator [58]
Shujaat Bukhari 2007 SOSS M.A. Journalism Kashmiri journalist, founding editor of Rising Kashmir [187]
Jeff Canoy 2007 SOSS A.B. Communication Journalist, television news anchor, field reporter for ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs [188]
Ricky Carandang 1985, 1989 HS, SAS A.B. Management Economics Journalist, television news anchor, former Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office Secretary under Benigno Aquino III [189]
Lia Cruz 2007 SOSS A.B. Communication Television host, sportscaster [186]
Mico Halili 1987, 1991, 1995 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Communication Sports journalist, sportscaster [190]
Pia Hontiveros 1989 SAS A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Broadcast journalist, chief correspondent for CNN Philippines [191]
Teddy Boy Locsin GS, HS, SAS AA Journalist (Philippines Free Press) [192]
Vicky Morales 1990 SAS A.B. Communication cum laude Broadcast journalist, television anchor (GMA News) [193][194]
Ala Paredes 2004 SOSS A.B. Communication Australian correspondent for ABS-CBN News, activist, writer, singer (Hiraya), courtroom sketch artist [195]
Dong Puno 1965, 1969 SAS, Law A.B., LL.B. cum laude (salutatorian) Television public affairs host, former Executive Vice President of the ABS-CBN News Channel, newspaper columnist, lawyer [196]
Chino Roces GS, HS N/A Founder of The Manila Times and the Associated Broadcasting Company [197]
Korina Sanchez 2016 SOSS M.A. Journalism Broadcast journalist, radio and television news anchor, magazine show host, newspaper columnist [198]
Howie Severino 1975, 1979 GS, HS N/A Broadcast journalist, editor-in chief of GMA News Online (2009−2014) [199]
Max Soliven 1941, 1947, 1951 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Communication Co-founder of The Philippine Star [200]

Science and technology

Michael Tan
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Anne Aaron 1998 SAS B.S. Physics, B.S. Computer Engineering Engineer, director of video algorithms at Netflix [201]
Alfredo Bengzon 1956, 1972, 1989 SAS, PS (incl. GSB) A.B., M.B.A., Sc.D. honoris causa Doctor, educator, former public official; Vice President for the Professional Schools of the Ateneo de Manila University, dean of the Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health, dean emeritus of the Ateneo Graduate School of Business, President and CEO of The Medical City [20]
Assunta Cuyegkeng 1978 SAS B.S. Chemistry summa cum laude Educator, researcher, Professor at the Ateneo Department of Chemistry, former vice president for the Loyola Schools, first female summa cum laude recipient of the university [202]
Margie Holmes SAS Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology Clinical psychologist, sex therapist [203]
Lawrence Que Jr. 1969 SAS B.S. Chemistry Inorganic chemist, Regents Professor at the University of Minnesota [204]
Michael Tan DNG (transferred) SAS B.S. Biology Medical anthropologist, veterinarian, writer, academic, former Chancellor of the University of the Philippines Diliman (2014–2020) [205]

Sports

Larry Fonacier
Kiefer Ravena
Chot Reyes
LA Tenorio
Chris Tiu
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Maxie Abad Law LL.B. Retired international footballer for the Philippines national football team (1986–1996), lawyer [206]
Japeth Aguilar 2003–2005 (DNG) LS Professional basketball player for the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player [207]
Amy Ahomiro 2015 SOSS A.B. Communication Volleyball player, former Ateneo Lady Eagles player [208]
Rabeh Al-Hussaini 2010 SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player (2005–2010) [209]
Rich Alvarez 2001 SOM B.S. Management Information Systems Former professional basketball player and coach, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player [210]
Francis Arnaiz 1969–70 SAS Former professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player (1969) [211]
Nonoy Baclao 2010 SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player (2007–2009) [212]
Jun Bernardino 1962, 1966 GS, HS N/A Commissioner of the Philippine Basketball Association (1994–2002), former Ateneo Blue Eaglets player [213]
Ryan Buenafe 2013 LS A.B. Professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player [214]
Paolo Bugia 2003 SOM, GSB B.S. Management Information Systems, MBA Team manager of the Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters, former professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player [215]
Fille Cainglet–Cayetano 2013, 2019 SOSS, GSB A.B. Psychology, MBA Professional volleyball player, former Ateneo Lady Eagles player [216][217]
Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski 1996 SAS A.B. Psychology Equestrienne (2002 Asian Games gold medalist), actress, model, television host, member of the International Olympic Committee (2013–present) [49]
Baby Dalupan 1938, 1942, 1949 GS, HS, SAS Basketball coach and player, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player and head coach (1972–1977, 1993) [218]
Bea de Leon 2018 SOSS A.B. Management Economics Professional Volleyball player, former Ateneo Lady Eagles captain, 2 time UAAP champion, UAAP Season 81 Finals MVP [219]
Larry Fonacier 1996, 2000, 2004 GS, HS, SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies, M.A. Communication Professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eaglets (1996–2000) and Blue Eagles player (2000–2004) [220]
Javier Gayoso 2016, 2016–present HS, SOM B.S. Management Footballer, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player (2015–2019) [221]
Angeline Gervacio 2013 SOSS A.B. Political Science Volleyball player, former Ateneo Lady Eagles player [222]
Wesley Gonzales 1994, 1998, 2002, 2008 GS, HS, SOM, SOSE B.S. Management Information Systems, M.S. Computer Science, MBA Former professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player (1998–2002) [223]
Gretchen Ho 2013 SOSE, SOH B.S. Management Engineering, A.B. Communications Former volleyball player for the Petron Blaze Spikers, television host, co-founder of the Beach Volleyball Republic, former Ateneo Lady Eagles player (2008–2013) [58]
Robert Jaworski Jr. 1995 SAS B.S. Management Former basketball player; Member of the Philippine House of Representatives, Pasig (2004–2007) [224]
Doug Kramer 2007 LS Former basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player [225]
Jojo Lastimosa 1983–84 (DNG) SAS Former professional basketball player and current assistant coach for the NLEX Road Warriors, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player (1981–1983) [226]
Denden Lazaro 2015, 2016–17 (DNG) SOSS, AMPH B.S. Biology Volleyball player, former Ateneo Lady Eagles player, sportscaster [227]
Moro Lorenzo 1947, 1951 HS, SAS A.B. Basketball player (1951 Asian Games gold medalist), former Ateneo Blue Eagles player [228]
Maddie Madayag 2019 SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Professional Volleyball player, Ateneo Lady Eagles player, National Team Player [229]
Jia Morado 2017 SOSS B.S. Psychology Volleyball player for the Creamline Cool Smashers, former Ateneo Lady Eagles player (2013–2017), National Team Player [230]
Ed Ocampo 1951, 1955, 1959 GS, HS, SAS B.S. Business Administration Basketball player and coach, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player (1957–1959) [231]
Von Pessumal 2007, 2011, 2015 GS, HS, SOSS A.B. Communication Professional basketball player for San Miguel Beermen, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player (2011–2015) [232]
Kiefer Ravena 2007, 2011, 2016 GS, HS, SOM B.S. Communications Technology Management Professional basketball player for the NLEX Road Warriors, former Ateneo Blue Eaglets (2008–2011) and Blue Eagles player (2011–2016), National Team Player [209]
Thirdy Ravena 2009, 2013, 2019 GS, HS, SOM B.S. Communications Technology Management Professional basketball player for the SanEn NeoPhoenix, former Ateneo Blue Eaglets (2009-2013) and Blue Eagles player (2014-2019), 3-times UAAP Finals MVP, National Team Player [209]
Chot Reyes 1977, 1981, 1985 GS, HS, SAS A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Basketball head coach (PBA; Philippine national basketball team), former president of TV5 Network (2016–2019) [233]
Jai Reyes 2001, 2005, 2010 GS, HS, SOM B.S. Communications Technology Management Professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eaglets and Blue Eagles player [234]
Toni Rivero SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Taekwondo practitioner (2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics) [235]
Charo Soriano 2008 SOSS A.B. Economics Volleyball player and coach, former Ateneo Lady Eagles player (2003–2008) [236]
LA Tenorio 2006 SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player (2001–2006) [237]
Akiko Thomson 2003 GSB MBA Retired swimmer (1988, 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics) [238]
Chris Tiu 2007, 2009 SOM, SOSE B.S. Management Engineering cum laude, B.S./M.A. Applied Mathematical Finance Former professional basketball player for the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, former Ateneo Blue Eagles player, television host [209]
Alyssa Valdez 2015 SOSS A.B. Psychology Professional volleyball player for the Creamline Cool Smashers, former Ateneo Lady Eagles captain, 2 time Champion, 3 time UAAP MVP, National Team Player [239]
Enrico Villanueva 1994, 1998, 2002, 2004 GS, HS, SOSS A.B. Development Studies, M.A. Communication Former professional basketball player, former Ateneo Blue Eaglets and Blue Eagles player (1998−2002) [209]
Deanna Wong 2016−present SOH A.B. Interdisciplinary Studies Professional Volleyball player, Ateneo Lady Eagles player [229]
Marck Jesus Espejo 2018 Professional volleyball player for the Cignal HD spikers, former Ateneo Blue Eagles captain, played as an import in Thailand for Visakha and Bahrain for Bani Jamra [240]
Esmilzo Joner Polvorosa 2018 SOSS AB European Studies former Ateneo Blue Eagles volleyball player, the only 5x UAAP Best Setter [241]

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