UST Angelicum College
Former names
Angelicum School
(1972-1996)
Angelicum College
(1996-2018)
MottoCaritas, Justitia, Fortitudo (Latin)
Motto in English
Charity, Justice, Fortitude
TypePrivate Non-Graded Non-profit Basic and Higher education institution
EstablishedJuly 1972
(51 years and 270 days)
Religious affiliation
Roman Catholic (Dominican)
Academic affiliations
PAASCU
RectorFr. Richard Ang, OP
DirectorEunice Mareth Areola
(Academic Affairs)
Noel Kristoffer Castor
(Financial Affairs)
Roger Quirao
(Religious Affairs)
Studentsover 7,000
Address
12 M.J. Cuenco St., Sta. Mesa Heights
, , ,
14°37′39.54″N 121°0′34.79″E / 14.6276500°N 121.0096639°E / 14.6276500; 121.0096639
CampusUrban
Alma Mater songAngelicum Hymn
ColorsBlue, white, yellow
   
NicknameRoebucks
Sporting affiliations
WNCAA, Athletic Association for Private Schools (AAPS)
Websitewww.ustangelicum.edu.ph
UST Angelicum College is located in Manila
UST Angelicum College
Location in Metro Manila

The UST Angelicum College is a private Catholic basic and higher education institution run by the Philippine Dominican Province of the Order of Preachers located in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. It was founded in July 1972 by the Dominican priest Rev. Fr. Rogelio B. Alarcon, OP who became its first rector. UST Angelicum is an official member of the Dominican Network. It attained Level II Primary Accreditation conducted by PAASCU[1]

Integration with University of Santo Tomas

Logo prior integrating with UST.

In academic year 2018-19, Angelicum College was renamed University of Santo Tomas – Angelicum College as per a memorandum of agreement signed on June 29, 2017. The renaming was part of plans to oversee and integrate with other Dominican educational institutions in the Philippines.[2]

Facade in February 2023

The existing Board of Trustees of Angelicum was dissolved and a new one was formed composed of 12 members, 9 from UST Manila and 3 from Angelicum College but retained its independence in handling its own administrative and financial affairs. UST Rector Fr. Herminio Dagohoy, O.P. became Chief Executive Officer and College Rector while former Angelicum College Rector Fr. Ferdinand Bautista, O.P. became Chief Operating Officer.[3] As part of the integration process, Rev. Fr. Herminio Dagohoy, O.P. planned to implement new policies and programs to improve Angelicum College's approach to education.[4]

Notable alumni

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See also

References

  1. ^ PAASCU http://www.paascu. org.ph/resources-dir8%20a-b%20angelicum.htm Archived October 26, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Angelicum College in QC officially under UST - The Varsitarian". varsitarian.net. June 29, 2017.
  3. ^ "UST, Angelicum QC formalize integration - University of Santo Tomas". www.ust.edu.ph.
  4. ^ "Level up na! UST takes over Angelicum College". Politiko. July 8, 2017. Retrieved July 2, 2020.