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Mapúa, MCL, and MHSS: DNA of success

Sharing the same vision to become the global centers of excellence in education, Mapúa, MCL and MHSS have proven that commitment and solidarity are keys to their success.

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Meynardo G. Dela Torre Jr.
Marine Engineering
8th
Clifford D. Ituralba
Marine Engineering
10th
Virgo D. Lucero
Marine Engineering
10th
ZHARMAINE ARRIANE S. NATAYA
Marine Engineering
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leonard M. Malabanan
civil Engineering
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ivan mikhail r. reyes
Industrial Engineering
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Kris Bernadette f. Magaling
Industrial Engineering
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Ezrha C. Godilano
Industrial Engineering
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jordan a. bagamasbad
Mechanical Engineering
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Marco H. Garcia
Chemical Engineering

2014

Student Catalog of Information
About Malayan Colleges Laguna | Academic Policies and Student Services | Program Descriptions | Program Curricula | Description of Courses

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Calendar of Activities

Deadline for application for shifting to other programs
Release of shifting results
Deadline for submission of credit evaulation for shifters
Deadline for request for completion of "C" and "INC" grades
Deadline for cancellation of enrollment without refund
Deadline for individual dropping of courses

Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) obtained a 100% passing rate in the Industrial Engineering Certification Examination held last December 2014. The names of the passers are as follows:

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Fifth-year Civil Engineering student Francheezca Mae D. Nono was honored as one of the Ten Outstanding Expat Pinoy Children by the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) last December 15, 2014. Held at BPI’s Head Office in Makati, the event was witnessed by school administration representatives, proud parents, and the media. MCL was represented by CE program chair Engr. Hermie M. del Pilar. Now on its eighth year, the Search for the Ten Oustanding Expat Pinoy Children aims to honor exceptional Filipino students and at the same time pay tribute to the sacrifices and hard work of their parents overseas. The BPI-sponsored contest is open to all Filipino students enrolled in any college or university in the Philippines with parents who work abroad.

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More than two hundred students and teachers from different high schools in Laguna attended the much-awaited talk by broadcast journalist Jiggy Manicad last November 13, 2014 at the Francisco Balagtas Auditorium of Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL). Titled “Ang Mga Kwento ni Jiggy Manicad: Visual Storytelling for News and Features for Young Broadcast Journalists”, the seminar-workshop was brought to MCL through the partnership and coordination between the College of Arts and Science (CAS) and the Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement (CSCE).

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Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) obtained a 75% passing rate in the Civil Engineer Licensure Examination held last December 2014. The names of the passers are as follows:

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Director of the Institute for Excellence in Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning (I-ExCELL) James Ronald O. Mesina presented a paper at the Asia-Pacific Conference on Educational Management and Leadership held last November 24-26, 2014 at the Thistle Hotel in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

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MMA student Kim Alexis Tinambacan won 1st place at the Motion Graphics – Student Category of the National Digital Arts Awards (NDAA) 2014 with his video entry, “7 Things Why It’s More Fun In the Philippines”. Tinambacan was given a trophy and a whopping 175,000php for his winning entry at the Awarding Concert held at the Aliw Theater last November 21.

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Nearly 10,000 students from more than 80 high schools in Laguna, Metro Manila, Cavite, and Batangas gathered at Malayan Colleges Laguna for the 9th MCL Cup last November 22 and 25 to 29, 2014. The MCL Cup is an inter-school competition that aims to engage high school students in various contests that test them in the three areas of focus of the Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) system: Knowledge, Skills, and Attitude.

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Civil Engineering program chair Engr. Hermie M. Del Pilar recently presented a paper at the Geotechnique Construction Materials and Environment (GEOMATE) 2014 International Conference with the joint support of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL). Held last November 19 to 21 at the University of Southern Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, the conference was participated in by 45 countries. Only 85 papers were chosen to be presented among the 386 abstracts of scientific papers received.

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