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“A University that
nurtures FAITH,
transforms CHARACTER
and inspires SERVICE!

Vision

A distinctive Christian University integrating Faith, Character and Service, transforming global learners for enlightenment, leadership and human development in the 21st Century

Mission

Philippine Christian University, an institution related to The United Methodist Church and United Church of Christ in the Philippines, commits itself to deliver high quality education imbued with the formation of Christian character, responsive to the needs of people, and making them responsible leaders and stewards, fostering inter-faith and international goodwill and understanding. 

PCU HYMN

Fulfilment of our yearning

For Christian higher learning,
To thee our eyes are turning PCU;

Thy blue and silver banner
In firm unchanging manner
Is steadied by unshaken loyalty

REFRAIN:
Thine is love of man in service tendered,
Thine is love of God in worship rendered,
Thine is wholesome growth in Christ engendered, Alma Mater, PCU.

History

In 1945, Bishop Edwin F. Lee of the United Methodist Church (UMC) envisioned a Christian college in Manila. On October 6, 1946, Laymen of the Evangelical Association of the Philippines agreed to the establishment of the college. Their initial Board of Directors Was composed of Atty. Juan Nabong, Sr., Dr. Mateo Occena, Dr. Emilio Javier, Dr. Mauro Baradi, and Mr. Gerardo Armonio.

On January 11, 1947, the Articles of Incorporation was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The original name of the institution was Manila Union University but this was later changed to Philippine Christian College.

Dr. Roxy Lefforge, an American missionary, was the first Executive Dean.

Dr. Emilio Javier (1952-1958), an outstanding layman of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP) was elected as the first President. Under his leadership the institution expanded the ecumenical efforts in education. The Union High School of Manila and Union Elementary School founded by the Presbyterian Church in 1919 and 1946 respectively became part of PCC in 1947. The college added a degree course in Nursing when the Mary Johnston School of Nursing, founded by the Methodist in 1907, affiliated with PCC in 1953.

Dr. Juan Nabong, Sr. (1958-1969), a Methodist layman, was the second President. Under his Administration, a four-storey concrete building was constructed in 1960 beside the UTS building on Taft Avenue. A year later, a two-storey building for the Elementary school was constructed in Vasquez Street, Malate. The Ellinwood College of Christian Education was merging with the Philippine Christian College in 1968 and its curricular programs integrated with the programs of the College of Education. Dr. Lino Q. Arquiza (1969-1988), a UCCP Educator, was the third President. Under him, the growth and expansion of PCC was steady and impressive. In 1976, PCC acquired its University status and Philippine Christian University. A highlight of the efforts at cooperation came during Dr. Arquiza’s term when the Union Theological Seminary and PCU merge in 1978. with the merger, the Philippine Christian Center for Learning (PCCL) was born.

The merger enabled PCU to expand its offerings in the 97-hectare UTS campus, 36 kilometers south of Manila.

With this move, Philippine Christian University and Union Theological Seminary, established an ecumenical relationship that is more expansive and more coordinated. Institutional cooperation extended to non-protestant schools when in 1972, PCU and DLSU joined hands in a resource-sharing program. This move ushered in the formation of five-school Inter-Institutional Consortium (I-IC) in 1975 composed of De La Salle University, St. Scholastica’s College, St. Paul’s College of Manila, Philippine Normal College and Philippine Christian University. The Consortium enjoys the full support of the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia

With the untimely demise of Dr. Arquiza, PCU had a succession of two able and dedicated Officers-in-Charge in the persons of Justice Crisolito Pascual (1988) and Dean Betty I. Molina (1989).

In 1990, the Board of Trustees elected Dr. Carlito S. Puno (1990-2000), a prominent Methodist lay leader, as the fourth president of the university. The new president of the university provided a new vision and a creative and dynamic leadership for the university. PCU became an active participant in the globalization of education. Under his leadership the university aggressively pursued a program expansion through the off-campus programs and the overseas institutional linkages.

Dr. Oscar S. Suarez, a Princeton University-educated UCCP pastor, became the fifth president of PCU. November 2008 – Appointed a Management Committee comprised of: Atty. Felix D. Carao Jr. (chairperson), retired Justice Wenceslao I. Agnir and Dr. Quintin S. Doromal. December 2013 – Election of Atty. Felix D. Carao Jr. as the 6th president of the University and the reconstitution of the Board of Trustees.

The PCU Board of Trustees elected Dr. Junifen F. Gauuan, a United Methodist layman, as the 7th president of the University. May 2017 – the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) granted Autonomous Status to PCU.

Today PCU had grown into an institution responsive to national needs through its expanded and relevant curricular offerings.

 

  • Synthesize the teaching of spirituality, religion and the sciences;

  • Inculcate critical and innovative thinking, technological fluency and multi-cultural skills;

  • Provide flexible and innovative programs using online and blended learning methods that comply with international standards for quality education and professional licensure;

  • Offer career choices and pathways through a network of transnational institutions, professional organizations and linkages;

  • Develop proactive leaders, competent workers and responsible citizens.



PCU is committed to develop graduates who:

  • Demonstrate Christian faith,

  • Exemplify academic excellence,

  • Engage in lifelong learning,

  • Practice servant-leadership,

  • Exhibit 21st century skills, and

  • Respond to national and global needs and conditions.

 

 

  • The University regards its human resources as its greatest assets.
    As such, they are expected to talk truthfully and act responsibly with compassion to promote understanding and harmony throughout the institution. All PCU employees shall express their thoughts, words and actions guided by the following core values:

  • Godliness. By living an authentic Christian life vitalized by Faith, self-evident in Character and manifested in Service to humanity.

  • Inclusiveness. Every person of whatever race, color, beliefs, social status, gender, age, ability, nationality, ethnicity, culture and language shall be treated fairly, faithfully and with respect.

  • Honesty and Trustworthiness. By upholding fidelity, transparency and high ethical standards at all times.

  • Initiative, Creativity and Diligence.  By performing jobs effectively and efficiently, always eager to learn new ideas and do things better continuously.

  • Humility, Courtesy and Civility.  By treating people with kindness, deference and respect.

  • Punctuality and Agility. By delivering assigned outputs and services on time to clients and stakeholders; and using common sense and real-time response to solve problems that may suddenly arise or take advantage of opportunities that may unexpectedly appear.

  • Teamwork. By cooperating with fellow workers belonging to the same office; or collaborating with inter-departmental and/or inter-disciplinary workgroups to attain congruent and complementary University objectives.

  • Cleanliness and Forthrightness. By maintaining proper hygiene, decent grooming and a truthful, wholesome and appealing personality.

  • Frugality and Efficiency in the use of Resources. By consciously striving to eliminate wastes, work defects, work barriers, lavishness, overspending, organizational obstacles, ineffective policies and procedures, unnecessary equipment and inventories.

  • Priority Concern for University Clientele. By understanding, detailing and delivering the priority needs and specifications of the priority University clients.

  • Excellent Quality. By delivering high quality programs, projects and services in accordance with continually improving quality performance standards and The Teachers’ Code of Professional Ethics.

Philippine Christian University History

In 1945, Bishop Edwin F. Lee of the United Methodist Church (UMC) established a Christian School in Manila. On October 6, 1946, the laymen of the Evangelical Association of the Philippines founded a college. The members of the of the newly-created school were Atty. Juan Nabong Sr., Dr. Mateo Occenia, Dr. Emilio Javier, Dr. Mauro Baradi and Mr. Gerardo Armonio.

On January 11, 1947, the Articles of Incorporation was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The original name of the institution was Manila Union College, but this was later changed to Philippine Christian Colleges. In 1967, the Articles of Incorporation was again amended to remove the letter “s” after “Colleges”. A transition to full corporate governance was established when Dr. Roxy Lefforge, (1948-1952), an American Missionary, was appointed as the school’s first Executive Dean.
Dr. Emilio Javier (1952-1958), layman of the UCCP, was elected as its first President. Under his leadership, the institution expanded its ecumenical efforts in education. The Union High School of Manila and the Union Elementary School were founded by the Presbyterian Church in 1919 and 1946 respectively, and became part of Philippine Christian College in 1948. In 1953, the Mary Johnston School of Nursing, founded by the Methodist in 1907, affiliated with PCC, thereby starting the offering of a Nursing degree.

Dr. Juan Nabong Sr., (1958-1969), a Methodist layman, was the second President of Philippine Christian College. During his term, a four-story concrete building was constructed in 1960 beside the UTS building on Taft Avenue. A year later, another two-story building to house the elementary school was constructed on Vasquez St., Malate. The Ellinwood College of Christian Education merged with Philippine Christian College in 1968 and its curricular were integrated with the programs of the College of Education.

Dr. Lino Q. Arquiza (1969-1988), a UCCP educator, was the third President of Philippine Christian College. In 1976, PCC acquired its University status and became Philippine Christian University. In 1978, as a result of the cooperative efforts between Philippine Christian University (PCU) and the Union Theological Seminary (UTS), a merger was forged to highlight a significant development in the history of the University. Thus, the Philippine Christian Center for Learning (PCCL) was founded. With this partnership, PCU expanded its offerings in the 97-hectare UTS campus in Dasmarinas, Cavite, 36 kilometers south of Manila. This alliance between PCU and UTS fostered an ecumenical relationship marked by cooperative influence and development. The efforts of this concerted teamwork were manifested in the consortium undertaking of non-protestant schools with Philippine Christian University. In 1972, PCU and De La Salle engaged in a resource-sharing program. Later, in 1975, an Inter-Institutional Consortium (I-IC) was formed to include De La Salle University, St. Paul College Manila, St. Scholastic’s College, Philippine Normal University and Philippine Christian University. The Inter- Institutional Consortium (I-IC) enjoyed the full support of the United Board of Christian Higher Education in Asia.

With the demise of Dr. Lino Q. Arquiza, PCU had a succession of two capable church members who served as officers-in-charge of the university. They were Justice Crisolito Pascual (1988) and Dr. Betty I. Molina (1989).

In 1990, the Board of Trustees elected Dr. Carlito S. Puno (1990-2000), a Methodist layman, as the fourth President. Dr. Puno provided a new vision and creative leadership. PCU became an active participant in the globalization of education. Under his leadership, the University pursued an effective expansion through off-campus projects and overseas institutional articulations.

The year 2000 resulted in significant changes for the University. Dr. Oscar S. Suarez, a Princeton- educated UCCP pastor, was elected fifth President. His term was marked with concerns in vision formation, planning and implementation policies. He organized a number of programs in the areas of curriculum, organization and faculty and student development. As a result of these valuable inputs in education management, a more responsive PCU Vision-Mission Statement was delineated: the CHED’s grant of PCU Autonomy Status realized; and the CHED-preferred vertical articulation of the graduate programs implemented.

Pursuant to the Interim Rules of Procedure Governing Intra-Corporate Controversies, the Philippine Christian University was place under Receivership on September 23, 2008 that would last until a Management Committee was duly constituted. After three months, the Regional Trial Court “Order” NCJR, Branch 24, Manila dated November 21, 2008 created and appointed a three-member Management Committee namely: Atty. Felix D. Carao, Jr., Chairman, Justice Wenceslao 1. Agnir, Jr. (Ret) and Dr. Quintin S. Doromal (deceased), as members respectively. The Management Committee has assumed the responsibility of the PCU Office of the President and the Board of Trustees, specifically to preserve the University’s assets and properties.

A status quo of excellence in the academic management of the PCU exists in spite of its intra- controversy. The only imperative thing to do is to restore corporate governance and work for the settlement of all issues related to the PCU Corporate Structure.

In November, 2013, the Management Committee set the proper timeframe for transition from court administration of PCU affairs to full normalization when it had succeeded to convince the court to terminate the pending case of Nakpil, et. al vs. Suarez, et al paving the way for the reconstitution of the PCU Board of Trustees and the election of Atty. Felix D. Carao, Jr. as the sixth President for a term of one (1) year and his subsequent investiture on December 16, 2013 at the United Methodist Central Church. However, the governance of PCU was again put to test due Atty. Carao’s death on April 17, 2014. This prompted the BOT’s decision to designate Vice Chairman and Corporate Secretary Judge Edwin G. Larida, Jr. as Officer-in-Charge, Office of the President.

In June 2014, the PCU Board of Trustees elected Junifen F. Gauuan, Ph. D. a Methodist Layman, scholar in development management and administration, and former President of Aldersgate College, as the seventh President of Philippine Christian University, culminating in the Investiture Ceremony held on June 05, 2014 at the Central United Methodist Church, Kalaw St., Manila. This was a very timely corporate decision by the reconstituted PCU Board of Trustees headed by Atty. Perfecto R. Yasay, Jr., Chairman, ending the University’s struggle with the effects of the Intra-Corporate Controversy.

Several significant breakthroughs capped the state of excellence in the academic management of the Philippine Christian University. The following achievements highlighted the institution’s unwavering pursuit in sustaining quality education towards academic excellence:

  1. Fully implemented the K-12 Program that started during the SY 2016-2017.

  2. Re-affirmation of Level IV accreditation status of the College of Arts, Sciences and Social Work (CASSW) by ACSCU-AAI effective April 2018 to April 2023.

  3. Obtained Level IV accreditation status of the College of Education and Allied Programs’ (CEDAP) Bachelor of Science in Education (BSEd) and Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) programs from the ACSCU-AAI on June 28, 2018, to May 2021.

  4. Obtained Level IV status of the Graduate School of Business – Master in Management and Master in Business Administration programs from ACSCU-AAI from June 28, 2018, to May 2021.

  5. Awarded ISO 9001:2015 Certification by a renowned ISO accredited audit organization, the TUV Rheinland GmbH, with validity from 2018-06-06 to 2023-04-02.

  6. Deputized by CHED to be a Delivering Higher Education Institution (DHEI) of nine (9) of its graduate programs namely: MS in Social Work w/ Specialization in Administration and Policy Development; MS Social Work w/ Specialization in Social Work Education; MAEd w/ Specialization in Guidance and Counselling; MAEd w/ Specialization in English; MAEd w/ Specialization in Early Childhood; MAEd w/ Specialization in Educational Administration; MAEd w/ Specialization in Teacher Training for Teaching Practical or Vocational Studies; MAEd w/ Specialization in Filipino; and MA in Nursing w/ Specialization in Leadership Management. The effectiveness of being a DHEI commenced from April 1, 2016, unless otherwise revoked by the commission.

  7. Granted Deregulated Status by CHED effective April 1, 2016, to May 31, 2019.

  8. Elevated to Full Autonomous Status, as an HEI, by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) ON May 18, 2017. This status holds validity from May 9, 2017, to May 31, 2023.

  9. Pioneered the spearheading of the 1st ACSCU- sponsored NCR/SL Research Congress on “Landscaping Global Competency: Education in the 21st Century held at Trinity University of Asia on December 1, 2017. This was followed by succeeding Research Congresses in the same venue in 2018 and 2019 under the leading role of Philippine Christian University.

  10. Breakthrough in the area of research:

    1. Recipient of research granted by the Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC) on School Resources Utilization and their Impact on Quality Education (January 17 to December 2019;

    2. Actively participated, through a number of its college faculty researchers as presenters, in national and international research congresses either held here on abroad;

    3. Currently undertaking a research study in partnership with Kao Yuan University and Chung Chou University, both of which are in Taiwan; and

    4. Signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Adventist University of Asia to establish an academic and research cooperation program.

    5. Established Transnational Education Program (TNE) partnership with the following: 10.6 Global Mission Cambodia Center in Battambang City, Battambang Province, Cambodia;

    6. Al-Andalus International School in Al Khobar North, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; and, 10.8 Bellarmine Global Education Co., Ltd. In Mueang, Nontthaburi, Bangkok, Thailand.

    7. Faculty members and Graduate School students are actively presenting and publishing their papers in international forums, conferences and online publications.

  11. Signed memorandums of agreement for faculty and student exchange programs and other academic activities with the following Foreign Higher Educational Institutions (FHEIs);

    1. Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT), Thailand

    2. Chung Chou University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

    3. Kao Yuan University, Taiwan.

    4. Korea Institute of Technology, Seoul, South Korea.

    5. Widyatama University, Bandung, Indonesia

    6. Adventist Universitat Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia

PCU, through the years, has significantly grown into an institution that is responsive to national needs. Under the aegis of its church benefactors, the United Methodist Church and the United Church of Christ in the Philippines, PCU continues to toe the mark distinctively expressed in its Vision and Mission Statements. Indeed, despite internal and external challenges that may come its way, the University is committed to remaining a distinctively strong Christian University, as envisioned by its founders.

God Bless Philippine Christian University.

University President

 Junifen F. Gauuan completed his PhD in Development Administration (2007) from the Philippine Christian University, Manila. 

He finished his Bachelor of Science in Business Economics (with Merit) and M.B.A. degrees from the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City. 

He had been a National State Scholar of the Department of Education (1972-76), UNIVAC Summer Scholar (1977), a recipient of AIDAB Fellowship for Rural and Environmental Development at Macquarie University in Australia (1995) and the FAPE-UNICEF Fellowship for Higher Education Management in Asia at SEAMEO-INNOTECH, Quezon City (1998). 

Dr. Gauuan has extensive management, research and development experiences in the fields of business, governance, education, health, information system, rural marketing and finance, agroforestry and environment. 

Dr. Gauuan has served in the Governing and Advisory Boards of government, educational, civic and religious organizations. 

He had been Church Council Chairman of Bayombong United Methodist Church (1996-2014), a regular member of the Northeast Philippines Annual Conference and the Philippines Central Conference, and a 2004 Delegate to the General Conference of The United Methodist Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Dr. Gauuan is currently President of Philippine Christian University and ICA Associates Philippines, Inc. 

He is a Trustee of the Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities (ACSCU), Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations in the Philippines (COCOPEA) and the South Manila Educational Consortium (SMEC). 

He also served as President of Aldersgate College, Solano Nueva Vizcaya (October 1982 – May 2014) and Board Chairman of Wesleyan University Philippines, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija (2010-2014).

Junifen F. Gauuan, Ph.D.

University President (2014 - Present)

University Officials

Junifen F. Gauuan, Ph.D.
University President

Margie DG Dela Cruz, Ph.D.
Vice President for Globalization and Extension Program
(Head, Globalization Cluster)

Kathleen Rose L. Guimbatan, Ed.D.
Vice President For Academics
(Head, College In-Campus Cluster)

Mario G. Miranda II, Ph.D.
Vice President for Information and Communications Technology and Student Services
(Head, Technical and Student Services Cluster)

Mark Jetro M. Cababan, MBA, CPA
Vice President for Finance and Administration
(Head, Finance and Administration Cluster)

Raul R. Cacho, MBA, CPA
 University Treasurer

Ariel D. Pineda, Ph.D., CPA
Assistant Vice President for Internal Audit, Accreditation & TQM

Russwell G. Gariando, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President for Human Resource Development

Presidential Management Staff


Raul R. Cacho, MBA, CPA
 University Treasurer

Atty. Plaridel V. Mateo
University Legal Counsel

Ariel D. Pineda, CPA , Ph.D.
AVP for Internal Audit, Accreditation & TQM
(Concurrent Dean for College of Business Administration & Accountancy)

Engr. Danny G. Umoso, MSIT
Associate Director for Educational Quality Assurance
(Concurrent Program Head for College of Informatics – Computer Engineering Program)

Francis Christie C. Arnado, Ph.D.
OIC-Director for Data Privacy Office, CAARTS Professional Review and JNAT Program (Manila and Dasmariñas Campuses)

Susana D. Zantua, MBA
Executive Secretary – Office of the President

Rev. Ricardo D. Bernardino, Ph.D.
University Chaplain – Manila

Stanley B. Dimain, MBA
OIC – Director, External Affairs Office (Manila and Dasmariñas Campuses)


Mark Jetro M. Cababan, CPA, MBA
Vice President for Finance and Administration
(Head, Finance and Administration Cluster)

Russwell G. Gariando, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President for Human Resource

Naomie Ruth F. Cabral, PMEL
Coordinator, Human Resource Development Office

John S. Garduque, MBA
Director for General Services Office

Dr. Wesley C. Vinluan, MD
Director for Health Services Office

Emylene Lyda L. Agustin, RN
Coordinator, Health Services Office, Manila

Abraham T. Ausan Jr., MM
Coordinator, Occupational Safety and Health Office

Milagros C. Acebedo, MBA
Purchasing Officer, General Services Office

Gladys M. Dollentas, MMIM
Coordinator, Audit Compliance: Internal Audit and Total Quality Management Office

Jandy S. Esureña, MBA
Coordinator, Treasury Office

Hanna G. Bautista, MBA
Coordinator, Quality Assurance Accreditation Standards: Internal Audit and Total Quality Management Office

Carmencita G. Mendoza, MBA
Coordinator, Accreditation Compliance – Educational Quality Assurance Office

Estelita A. Obedoza
Payroll Supervisor, Accounting Business Office

Glaizalyn Gale V. Dela Paz, MBA
Financial Analyst, Accounting Business Office


Mario G. Miranda II, Ph.D.
Vice President for Information and Communications Technology & Student Services
(Head, Technical & Student Services)

Carmelo C. Bajos
Coordinator, ICTC – Network Administration and Technical Department

Ariel F. Serrano
Coordinator, ICTC – Systems Administration and Programming Department

Karel Mark G. Mercado, MIT
Supervisor, ICTC – Motion Graphics, Multimedia and Web Development Division

Arlene B. Enrique, MBA
University Registrar

Grace C. Musa, Ph.D.
Associate Registrar

Arnell V. Soriente
Records Supervisor for University Registrar’s Office (Manila)

Helen M. Albino
Records Supervisor for Basic Education Registrar’s Office (Manila)

Jinky M. Mordido, MSLS
Director for University Learning Resource Center (Manila and Dasmariñas Campuses)

Cherryl P. Macale, RL
Coordinator, Learning Resource Center, Manila Campus

Dominga R. Tabada, MMEM
Director for Student Services Office

Mary Faith A. Ellamil
Coordinator, Office of Student Services Office

Ma. Ivonne Y. Marcellana, RGC
Coordinator, Guidance and Counseling Office (College)

Gloria C. Nabus, RGC
Coordinator, Guidance and Counselling Office (Basic Education)

Mary Elizabeth C. Miguel, M.A. Ed., RPm
Coordinator, University Admissions and Placement Office

Putli Martha Beata F. Ijiran, Ed.D.
Director for Institute of Human Kinetics (Manila and Dasmariñas Campuses)
(Concurrent Dept. Head for Physical Education Department)

Thomas V. Cabantac, Ed.D.
OIC – Director for Music, Culture and Arts Office

Prof. Rolando A. Austria, MSCS
Director for ICTC, TNE Africa


PCU Manila College In-Campus Group

Kathleen Rose L. Guimbatan, Ed.D.
Vice President For Academics
(Head, College In-Campus Cluster)

Mylene G. Dinglasan, Ed.D.
Dean for College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)

Aleli C. Garcia, M.A.Ed.
Program Head, Languages and Mass communication (CAS)

Hannah O. Lopez, Ed.D.
Concurrent Dean for College of Education (CED)

Mark Arthur S. Collado, LPT
Program Head, College of Education Undergraduate Program (CED)

Nestor M. Salonga, MSW
Dean, College of Social Work (CSW)

Julie Ann V. Balbis, M.A.Ed.
Program Head, Natural Science and Mathematics Programs (CAS)

Anna Marie A. Baron, Ph.D. (cand)
Program Head, Social Sciences Program (CAS)

Ariel D. Pineda, CPA, Ph.D.
Concurrent Dean for College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA)

Fernando O. Nunez III, MBA, CPA
Program Head, Accountancy Program (CBAA)

Elizabeth G. Crudo, MBA
Program Head, Business Administration Program (CBAA)

Jimsy F. Macawile, MBA
Program Head, Customs Administration Program (CBAA)

Maria Alma S. Caoagdan
Program Head, Real Estate Management Program (CBAA)

Gen. Leocadio SC Santiago, Jr., (Ret) Ph.D.
Dean for College of Criminology (COC)

Gen. Ramon G. Santos, (Ret) Ph.D.
Director for National Service Training Program (Manila and Dasmariñas Campuses)

Allan Romblon, Ph.D.
Program Head, National Service Training Program (Manila and Dasmariñas Campuses)

Norman B. Ramos, Ph.D.
Dean for College of Informatics (COI)

Conchita Q. Valeña, MBA
Program Head, Systems Information and Multimedia Programs (COI)

Engr. Danny G. Umoso, MSIT
Program Head, Computer Engineering Program (COI)

Justice Raoul R. Victorino
Dean for College of Law (CoL)

Atty. Ismael L. Sarangaya, Jr.
Associate Dean for College of Law (CoL)

Jomar DG. Dela Cruz, DNM, MBA, MAN, RN
Dean, Mary Johnston College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CNHS) (Manila and Dasmariñas Campuses)

Alicia C. Bañas, Ed. D.
Associate Dean for Mary Johnston College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CNHS) (Manila and Dasmariñas Campuses)

Shirley P. Whisenhunt, DNM, MAN, RN
Graduate School of Nursing Program Coordinator (Manila and Dasmariñas Campuses)

Criselda A. Regencia, MA.Ed.
OIC-Dean for College of Hospitality and Tourism Management (CHT)


PCU Manila Basic Education In-Campus Group

Hannah O. Lopez, Ed.D.
Supervising Principal for Basic Education Group,
(Concurrent Dean, College of Education)

Rodina B. Autencio, M.A.Ed.
OIC-Principal, Junior High School of Manila

Marlon Anthony R. Tablante, M.A.Ed., LPT
Program Head, Senior High School Manila Program 

Marifel DL Li-Fong, M.A.Ed.
OIC- Principal, Union Elementary Manila School

Beverly Princess B. Gonzales, M.A.Ed.
Program Head, Kiddie Kollege Manila Program

Karla Mae R. Maraasin, LPT
Grade Level Coordinator, Grade 11 Manila

Ariel N. Loñosa, LPT
Grade Level Coordinator, Grade 12 Manila

Jhoanalyn R. Agbo
Supervisor, Marketing and Promotion, Basic Education Manila Department


Margie DG Dela Cruz, Ph.D.
Vice President for Globalization and Extension Program
(Head, Globalization Cluster)

James Liao Yong, Ph.D.
Vice President for International Education (China)

Revelino D. Garcia, Ph.D.
Director for Graduate School of Business and Management, Ph.D. Programs

Joannah Rose B. Rosales, Ph.D.
Director for Graduate School of Business Management, Master’s Programs

Vida D. Jimenez, Ph.D., Ed.D., LPT
Director for Professional Advancement (Manila and Dasmarinas Campuses)
(Concurrent Program Head, Graduate School of Education, Manila)

Arcadio Jeffrey S. Perida, Ph.D.
Director for University Academic Extension Programs (UAEP)

Rev. Marcelino B. Padama, Ph.D.
Program Head, Institute of Philosophy and Religious Studies Program (IPRS)

Junnell E. Guia, Ph.D.
OIC – Director, Research and Publications Office (RPO)

Ricardo C. Faldas, Ed.D.,Ph.D., LPT
Associate Director, Research and Publications Office (RPO)

PHILIPPINE CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
(SY 2023-2024)


 

Bp. Melzar D. Labuntog [UCCP]
Chairman

 Judge Edwin G. Larida, Jr. (Chairperson, Legal Committee) [UMC]
Vice-Chairman

Rev. Rannieh B. Mercado [UCCP]
Corporate Secretary

 Bro. Reiner R. Puno (Chairperson, Finance Committee) [UMC]
Corporate Treasurer

 

Members:


Sis. Rhoda C. Bruno
(Chairperson, Education Committee) [UCCP]

Judge Nimia C. Peralta
(Chairperson, Personnel Committee) [UMC]

Bp. Reuel Norman O. Marigza
(Chairperson, Buildings and Grounds Committee) [UCCP]

Bp. Ciriaco Q. Francisco
(Chairperson, Spiritual Formation Committee) [UMC]

Sis. Bethel G. Garcia
(Chairperson, Audit Committee) [UCCP]

Bp. Rodolfo A. Juan [UMC]
Bp. Francisco S. Aviso Jr. [UCCP]
Bp. Israel M. Painit [UMC]
Bp. Rodel M. Acdal [UMC]
Sis. Jezreel B. Vallente [UCCP]
Dr. Junifen F. Gauuan [UMC]
(University President) 

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Philippine Christian University (PCU)
in collaboration with Ideal Institute of Innovative Studies (IIIS).

UAEP Botswana

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(2:00 am to 11:00 am)

UAEP Zambia

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(2:00 am to 11:00 am)

UAEP Ghana

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(1:00 am to 10:00 am)

UAEP Qatar

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(3:00 am to 12:00 pm)

UAEP Dubai

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(4:00 am to 1:00 pm)

PCU USA West Coast

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(4:00 pm to 1:00 am)

PCU USA East Coast

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(7:00 pm to 4:00 am)

UAEP Kenya

UAEP Rwanda

UAEP Namibia

UAEP Zimbabwe

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Date & Time

Philippine Standard Time

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(8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

Central Africa
(Chad, Congo Republic, etc.)

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(1:00 am to 10:00 am)

West Africa
(Cape Verde, Ghana, Nigeria, etc.)

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(1:00 am to 10:00 am)

South Africa
(Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, etc.)

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(2:00 am to 11:00 am)

Middle East Qatar

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(3:00 am to 12:00 pm)

Middle East Dubai

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(4:00 am to 1:00 pm)

Jakarta Indonesia; Bangkok Thailand; Hanoi Vietnam

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(7:00 am to 4:00 pm)

L.A., San Jose California

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(4:00 pm to 1:00 am)

Washington DC, Maryland

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(7:00 pm to 4:00 am)

Hong Kong China

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