呂宋大學University of Luzon

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經過第二次世界大戰的廢墟,牛板市上漲成為呂宋島北部的主要經濟,政治和社會 – 文化中心之一。在這個發展的核心是學術機構,服務社會的原動力。

1948 年,阿蒂在那個決定命運的一年。老路易斯F.參孫,收集了他的朋友們:阿蒂。利貝拉托LL。雷納,老:院長Basillio費爾南德斯和 Servillano Romasanta的。一起,他們設計的藍圖,然後呂宋學院工商管理及商貿(LCCBA)。他們努力的熱情和能量,這部分國家的教育體系,真正的菲律賓建 立,雖然媒介LCCBA。

參孫的博士倡議的啟發,這些教育領域的先驅,在愛國主義的時候,並沒有支付高溢價和為真理和知識的熱愛國家和民族的理想不敢想不視為美德相當值。

那強大的光芒,這是在1948年點燃勢必成長和發展,通過多年的運動的先鋒。 1952年,更名為LCCBA呂宋學院(LC)。從最初報名的243,LC舉行了多達超過16,000名學生在發病80的中間部分。

其堅實的成就及能力,委員會認識到高等教育呂宋學院於2002年獲得大學地位。經過超過半個世紀的創始人的夢想終於達成,呂宋大學(UL)在呂宋島北部豐富的歷史了它的位置。

在過去的六十年,UL統治在呂宋島北部的頂級教育機構之一。它創造了一個字符串的topnotchers在中國的執照考試,其中包括9個砂礦,67秒到10砂礦和36在過去的20年11日至20砂礦。這是一貫的令人印象深刻的合格率之上。

UL 的高精神的強烈表現出其主要的成就在過去的7年:2002年Universityhood,放鬆管制的狀態,2003年,在整個國家的頂級10更高的教育 機構之一,的唯一的省級喜來已取得它在地區I和整個菲律賓頒發的菲律賓協會高校評審委員會(PACUCOA)的認可的學術課程人數最多的也是在2003 年,這是在2004年複製UL再次榮獲由PACUCOA之間作為一個極少數HEI國家認可的課程和專業,只有一個符合這樣的榮譽和區別從邦阿西楠省和北呂 宋的最高數字。

該大學有五(5)PACUCOA III級重新認證方案,即:在2006年的犯罪,教師教育課程(小學教育和中學教育),商業和文科在2007年。

2008 年7月14日,由高等教育委員會在全國的第一和唯一的犯罪教育卓越中心被認定犯罪的UL學院。這些令人印象深刻的壯舉進一步當我們犯罪計劃終於被賦予了 IV級認證狀態由PACUCOA作為見證和認證聯合會認證機構在菲律賓的訪談中,第一和奪取整個菲律賓的所有犯罪學校的想像力唯一的犯罪計劃給予這樣的在 全國的地位。 CHED,教育部門和專業監管委員會在2008年3月,UL教育學院被認定為一個培訓中心。大學文科,商務及教育計劃(LACOMED)現在在厚厚的編制 在各自出價為中心的卓越地位。同樣,護理和計算機課程,現在甲板上為II級,也離開沒有石頭一切,可以這麼說,在他們的出價為中心的發展現狀。

取 得更大的成就,為大學迎來了2008-2009學年。本學年看到 – 增強網絡學習英語,數學,科學及護理,通過引入電子學習在校園實施。 UL是首次在該地區採取這一創新方案,並整合IT之間很少在全國各地授課系統。另一個的學術里程碑達到的開幕UL波索魯維奧校區首次招收46名學生,於 2008年6月開始其學術日曆。 UL在2009年3月,是由高等教育委員會承認的誠信的untarnished聲譽有著悠久的傳統,堅持以質量為保證,承諾作為高等教育機構的公共責任和 問責終於提升到了自治地位。

UL,真正它的使命,願景,不斷致力於質量和卓越,並自詡刻一個永久的利基,作為一個優質的高等學府的公眾意 識。現在的大學是最認可的大學馬尼拉北 – 最高的一區在全​​國教育現場,UL是目前躋身全球前十大(6號)在積分榜上的PACUCOA認可的學術計劃的最高數字專業。

 

 

After the ruins of World War II, Dagupan City rose to become one of the major economic, political and socio – cultural centers of Northern Luzon. At the core of this development were the academic institutions that serve to produce the prime movers of society.

 

In that fateful year of 1948, Atty. Luis F. Samson, Sr. gathered his friends: Atty. Liberato Ll. Reyna, Sr., Dean Basillio Fernandez and Servillano Romasanta. Together, they designed the blueprint of the then Luzon College of Commerce and Business Administration (LCCBA). They endeavored with zeal and energy to establish in this part of the country a system of education, genuinely Filipino, though the instrumentality of the LCCBA.

 

Inspired by Dr. Samson’s initiative, these pioneers in the field of education dared think of country and national ideals at a time when patriotism was not paid a high premium and love for truth and knowledge were not deemed as virtues of considerable values.

 

That powerful glow which was lit in 1948 contributed to the vanguard of a movement that was bound to grow and develop with the passing of years. In 1952, LCCBA was renamed Luzon Colleges (LC). From the initial enrolment of 243, LC held as many as more than 16,000 students at the onset to the middle part of the 80’s.

 

Recognizing its solid achievements and capabilities, the Commission on Higher Education granted university status to the Luzon Colleges in 2002. After more than half a century the founders’ dream was finally fulfilled and the University of Luzon (UL) took its place in the rich history of Northern Luzon.

 

For over six decades, UL reigned as one of the top educational institutions in Northern Luzon. It chalked up a string of topnotchers in the PRC Licensure Examinations including 9 first placers, 67 second to 10th placers and 36 11th to 20th placers in the last 20 years. This is on top of a consistently impressive passing rate.

 

UL’s high spirits is strongly demonstrated by its major achievements in the last 7 years: Universityhood in 2002, deregulated status in 2003, one of the top 10 higher education institutions in the entire country, the only provincial HEI to have made it in Region I and the whole Philippines awarded by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) with the highest number of accredited academic programs also in 2003 which was replicated in 2004 when UL was again awarded by the PACUCOA as one among the very few HEI in the country with the highest number of accredited programs and majors, the only one accorded such honor and distinction from Pangasinan and Northern Luzon.

 

The university has five (5) PACUCOA Level III- Reaccredited programs, namely: Criminology in 2006,Teacher Education programs (Elementary Education and Secondary Education), Commerce and Liberal Arts in 2007.

 

In July 14, 2008, the UL College of Criminology was identified by CHED as the first and the only Center of Excellence in Criminology Education in the country. These highly impressive feat further captured the imagination of all criminology schools across the Philippines when our criminology program was finally conferred its Level IV Accredited Status by PACUCOA as attested and certified by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies in the Philippines (FAAP), the first and the only criminology program accorded such status in the country. In March 2008, the UL College of Education was certified as a Center of Training by CHED, Department of Education and the Professional Regulation Commission. The Liberal Arts, Commerce and Education (LACOMED) programs of the University are now in the thick of preparation in their respective bids for Centers of Excellence Status. Likewise, Nursing and Computer Studies programs are now on deck for Level II and are also leaving no stones unturned, so to speak, in their bids for Centers of Development Status.

 

The School Year 2008-2009 ushered in higher levels of achievement for the university. This school year saw the implementation of web – enhanced learning for English, Mathematics, Science and Nursing through the introduction of E- Learning in campus. UL was the first in the region to adopt this innovative program and among the very few to integrate IT in their instructional delivery systems all over the country. Another academic milestone was attained with the opening of the UL Pozorrubio Campus which started its academic calendar in June 2008 with an initial enrollment of 46 students. In March 2009, UL was finally elevated to AUTONOMOUS status by CHED in recognition of its long tradition of integrity and untarnished reputation, adherence to quality assurance, commitment to public responsibility and accountability as a higher education institution.

 

UL, true to its Mission-Vision, constantly aims for quality and excellence and prides itself in having carved a permanent niche in the consciousness of the public as a quality institution of higher learning. The university is now the most accredited university North of Manila – the highest in Region I. In the national education scene, UL is now among the Top Ten (number 6) in the scoreboard of the PACUCOA with the highest number of accredited academic programs and majors.

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聖瑪利大學(Saint Mary’s University)

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       Saint Mary’s University traces its roots back to the dream and initiative of the late Msgr. Constant Jurgens, CICM, then Parish Priest of Bayombong and one of the earliest CICM missionaries to arrive in the Philippines. He wanted to establish a school to give the children of his parishioners the benefit of a Christian education. He purchased a lot and some materials for this purpose but then, he was recalled to Europe, thus, it was Rev. Fr. Achilles de Gryse, CICM, his successor, who saw his dream through. Thus, St. Mary’s Elementary School was inaugurated in June 1928. In 1934, with Fr. Godfrey Lambrecht, the High School was opened and in 1947, the College Department, offering A.A., B.S.E., A. B. and Jr. Normal course (ETC). Gradually, the course offerings expanded with Bachelor of Science in Commerce, (1951), Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, (1955) and the Graduate School, (1962). Through the years, many more Departments, Colleges/Schools were opened with more degrees and title course offerings.

         The College’s physical expansion program started with the purchase and development of the campus by the Magat River in 1968. The College was transferred to its new site in 1969. First to rise on the new site was the academic building named Godfrey Lambrecht Hall in memory of the late Rev. Godfrey Lambrecht. This was followed by the construction of the Science Building or Gomburza Hall in 1971 and the Multi-purpose Marian Hall or D Building in 1972.

       Over the years, imposing edifices were put up, such as the Gym-Auditorium (1981), Chapel- Library Building (1983), new Elementary Central Building (1985), High School Science Building (1986), Elementary Central Annex (1990), new High School Building (1992), University Building constructed in commemoration of the College’s elevation to University Status (1995), College of Law Building (1996), Hantson Hall (1998), Institute of Science and Mathematics Building (1999), St. Joseph’s Inn (2001), Sacred Heart Center (2002), High School Building (Phase I) 2003, and Balay na Alumni (2003).

       To rise up to the challenge of maintaining quality education, the institution has submitted itself for accreditation by the PAASCU. Thus, the PAASCU granted Level I accreditation to the Liberal Arts, Commerce and Education Programs in 1983, Level II in 1985, Level III in 1988 with Level III re-accreditation for the Liberal Arts, Education, Commerce and Accountancy Programs in 2000. The Engineering Program was granted Level I accreditation in l995 and Level II in 2001.The High School Department was granted Level I accreditation in 1988, Level II in 1996 with Level II re-accreditation in 1999.The Grade School was granted Level I accreditation in 1985, Level II accreditation in 1989 with Level II re-accreditation in 1999. For the Graduate School Programs in Arts and Sciences, Education and Business Administration, Level I accreditation was granted in 2000.

        Some significant dates/events are: 1967, when the CICM Congregation took over the management and ownership of the school from the Parish; 1969, the College was transferred to its new site; 1984, the St. Mary’s High School celebrated its 50th Anniversary; 1978, the 50th Founding Anniversary of St. Mary’s College; 1994, St. Mary’s College was elevated to University Status with Rev. Fr. John Van Bauwel, CICM, as the First University President; 1995, the 40th Founding Anniversary of the College of Engineering; 1997, the 50th Founding Anniversary of the College of Education; 1998, when Rev. Jessie M. Hechanova, CICM, was installed as SMU’s Second University President and 2001, the 50th Founding Anniversary of the College of Commerce (now, School of Business); 2003, SMU Diamond Jubilee of the founding of SMU.

      Thus from its birth throes in 1928, Saint Mary’s University has steadily grown over the years and has metamorphosed into one of the more developed and important institutions in the Philippines, particularly in the Cagayan Valley Region.

 

        聖瑪麗大學的起源可以追溯到已故主教的夢想和主動性。恆尤爾根斯,聖母聖心會,然後Bayombong教區的牧師和一個最早的聖母聖心會傳教士抵達菲律賓。他想建立一所學校,給孩子們的利益,他的教民的基督教教育。為此目的,他購買了大量和一些材料,但隨後,他被召回到歐洲,因此,它是神父牧師。聖母聖心會Gryse阿喀琉斯,他的繼任者,誰看到了他的夢想。因此,聖瑪麗小學創辦於1928年6月。 1934年,神父。戈弗雷Lambrecht的,高中開設於1947年,學院部,提供AA,瘋牛病,AB和小師範大學的課程(ETC)。漸漸地,在商務部理學學士(1951年),理學學士土木工程(1955)和研究生院的(1962)提供的課程擴大。通過這些年來,越來越多的部門,學院/學校開度和標題的課程。

        學院的物理擴張計劃開始於1968年購買和校園發展馬加特河。在1969年學院被轉移到了新的站點。在新網站上率先崛起的教學大樓命名為紀念已故戈弗雷Lambrecht的牧師戈弗雷Lambrecht的大廳。其次是建設的科學大廈或Gomburza廳於1971年,多用途瑪麗安廳或D棟於1972年。

        多年來,氣勢華廈,如健身房禮堂(1981),教堂圖書館大樓(1983),新國中央大廈(1985),高中科學大樓(1986),小學中央附件(1990年)新高中大廈(1992年),大學建築建造紀念學院的海拔大學的狀況(1995年),學院法學樓(1996年),Hantson廳(1998),科學和數學館研究所(1999年),聖約瑟的酒店(2001),聖心中心(2002年),高中建築(第一期)2003年,BALAY娜同學會(2003)。

上升到維護素質教育的挑戰,該機構已提交認證由PAASCU。因此,PAASCU I級認證授文科,商業和教育項目於1983年,在1985年的第二級,第三級在1988年與III級重新認證的文科,教育,商務及2000年的會計課程。在l995年和II級工程計劃授予I級認證於2001年,高中部,1996年被授予I級,II級認證在1988年與級別II重新認證在1999年一級學校被授予I級認證1985年,於1999年在1989年與第二級重新認證II級認證。在藝術和科學,教育和工商管理研究生課程,2000年獲得I級認證。

        一些重大日期/事件是:1967年,當聖母聖心堂接手教區學校的管理和所有權; 1969年,學院被轉移到了新的站點; 1984年,聖瑪麗高中慶祝其成立50週年; 1978年,聖瑪麗學院,1994年成立50週年,聖瑪麗學院升格為大學地位與牧師神父。聖母聖心會約翰·Bauwel,作為第一大學校長,1995年,工程學院的第40週年,1997年,教育學院成立50週年的1998年,當牧師傑西·Hechanova,聖母聖心會被安裝SMU的第二大學校長,2001年,商學院(商學院)成立50週年,2003年,SMU鑽禧SMU成立。

        因此,從它誕生在1928年的陣痛,聖瑪麗大學穩步經過多年的成長,並已幻化成在菲律賓較發達和重要機構之一,尤其是在卡加延河谷地區。

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