Malayan Colleges Laguna

Release of Yearbook and Graduation Photo

The yearbook and graduation photos of the following are now available for claiming starting April 18, 2022

Graduation Photo Yearbook Office for Academic Services
Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
College Class of 2019 (December 2018 and July 2019) Class of 2013 (October 2012 and May 2013)
College Class of 2020 (December 2019 only) Class of 2014 (November 2013 and May 2014)
SHS Class of 2019 Class of 2015 (November 2014 and May 2015)
Class of 2016 (November 2015 and May 2016)

Graduation Photo Yearbook Coordinate with Ms. Edelweiss Armando ( of the Student Affairs Office.
College Class of 2017 (November 2016 and May 2017) Class of 2012 (October 2011 and May 2012)
College Class of 2018 (November 2017 and May 2018)
SHS Class of 2018

Please bring a valid ID. For proxy claiming, an authorization letter and copy of valid ID is required.

You may set an appointment through the MCL Appointment Form.

Please fill out the MCL Visitors’ Contact Tracing and Health Declaration Form on the day of your visit. You will be required to show the confirmation email to MCL’s security personnel as you enter the campus.

CGC to hold MCL-SHS Career Week

The Center for Guidance and Counseling is holding the MCL Senior High School Career Week this January 25 to 29, 2021 with the theme “Road to the Right Career Choices.” A Digital Poster Making Contest and a Video Making Contest will also be held. 
See full details below.

Mailing Instructions for the Registrar’s Office (through Registered Mail and/or any tracked Courier Service)

Mailing Address and Contact Information:


Malayan Colleges Laguna – A Mapúa School, Inc.
Jose Rizal Building,
Block 6 Lot 4 Southpoint Subdivision,
Pulo-Diezmo Road, Cabuyao City, Laguna
Philippines, 4025

Telephone Numbers: (049) 832-4000 local 1119-1122



Applicable Transactions

New and Current Students:

•              Submission of Enrollment Documents (New Enrollees for the Current Academic Year)
•              Submission of Enrollment Deficiencies from Previous Academic Year
•              Transmittal of Scholarship Documents that require School certification (online request required)

Graduates/ Alumni and Students who have Transferred out of MCL:

•              Request for Transfer Credentials from Current School
•              Request for Form 137 (Permanent Student Record) from another school

Other Important Reminders

1.            Processing of Form 137 (transfer from MCL to another school and from previous school to MCL) is school-to-school unless the other party (non-MCL) includes a notation (i.e. “entrust to the bearer”) on the request.

2.            Requests via the Registrar’s Office ( e-mail are allowed.

3.            All other document requests from students must be coursed through the online document request facility here.

4.            Complete mailing address and instructions must be strictly followed.

5.            Successful transmittal of official and original documents is a responsibility of the sender (student and parent) including the corresponding courier charges and related costs without any right of reimbursement from MCL.

6.            By sending the original documents to MCL via courier, the sender gives his/her consent for the personal data and information to be obtained, used, processed, stored, and disposed (if necessary) by MCL subject to the exiting data privacy and enrollment policies of the institution.

7.            Senders are encouraged to verify/confirm if the transmitted documents are received after five (5) days from transmittal through the Helplines of the Registrar’s Office (09189929591); or if no confirmation from RO’s end is made within the 5-day period.

Advisory on Corona Virus Disease 19 (COVID-19)

Following the latest developments on the emerging cases of the Corona Virus Disease 19 (COVID-19) in the Philippines, students, staff, faculty, and parents are enjoined to stay updated by reading the advisories below.

Message from the President to the community of the Mapúa Schools (Released June 11, 2020)

Message from the President to the Students of the Mapúa Schools (Released April 22, 2020)

Message from the President to the community of the Mapúa Schools (Released March 17, 2020)

Community Updates

In line with the Commission on Higher Education’s (CHED) advisory on the suspension of classes and school activities in all levels for the entire Luzon (as seen in CHED COVID Advisory No. 5 dated March 17, 2020), MCL has opted to continue with the delivery of learning via its online platforms, such as Blackboard Learn, provided that faculty members conduct them without prejudice to students who may not be able to participate due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ).

Prior to the ECQ, MCL followed the recommendations from the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Department of Health (DOH) regarding the temporary suspension of activities where persons will congregate (as seen in DepEd Memorandum No. 034, s. 2020 and DOH Advisory on Concerts and Other Public Events and Gatherings dated February 7, 2020).

IATF Resolution No. 104

Advisories from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED)

Guidelines for the Prevention, Control and Mitigation of the Spread of the 2019-Novel Coronavirus Acute Respiratory Disease in Higher Education Institutions (CHED COVID-19 Advisories)

CHED COVID-19 Outbreak Video Advisory

COVID-19 Outbreak Fake News Alert from CHED

Statement from the CHED Chairman on the Payment of Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees

Academic Continuity

MCL has been pioneering efforts to deliver a blended learning approach to instruction since 2009. Hence, while we all pray for the pandemic to subside, our stakeholders can be assured that learning happens until the end of the term through our alternative delivery mode.

MCL can effectively roll out classes through the Blackboard Learn (BBL). All courses offered in College and Senior High School are paired with its online delivery through our learning management system (LMS), Blackboard Learn, and all other online platforms that will make instructional delivery possible.

However, to help address the concerns of students and parents brought about by the difficulties from the ECQ, guidelines were established to make online learning easier for those with access to an internet connection, and to provide further consideration for those who do not. Read the Guidelines for Digital Learning for College Students

Read the Guidelines for Digital Learning for MCL Senior High School Students

Remote Work Policy

Following the Executive Order of the President of the Philippines on the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) of Luzon, the management of Malayan Colleges Laguna – A Mapua School will continue to implement a work from home scheme for non-teaching employees until April 12, 2020.

Employees with concerns may reach the Human Resources Management Office via

Preventive Measures

Interim Guidelines for Qualification to MCL Scholarship Grants Based on the Academic Performance of Students During the Third Term, A.Y. 2019-2020

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the Online Delivery of SHS Courses for the Third Term of A.Y. 2019-2020 (Released May 1, 2020)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the Online Delivery of College Courses for the Third Term of A.Y. 2019-2020 (Released April 30, 2020)

Updates on the Guidelines on Online Delivery of College Courses in Light of ECQ Extension (Released April 8, 2020)

Letter to Parents on the Delivery of Online Learning (Released April 8, 2020)

Suspension of Online Learning Sessions from April 3 to 14, 2020 (Released April 2, 2020)

Late Enrollment Extended until March 21, 2020 (Released March 19, 2020)

Online Classes Suspended from March 19 to 24, 2020 (Released March 18, 2020)

Announcement on CGC Online Counseling (Released March 18, 2020)

Announcement on CHSW Online Consultations (Released March 18, 2020)

Advisory on Online Orientations from March 18 to 21, 2020 (Released March 17, 2020)

Advisory on Resumption of Online Learning and Work From Home on March 18, 2020 (Released March 17, 2020)

Advisory on Class and Work Suspension on March 17, 2020 (Released March 16, 2020)

Advisory on Digital Days from March 16 to 20, 2020 (Released March 15, 2020)

Public Advisory on the Suspension of Classes last March 13, 2020 (Released March 14, 2020)

Advisory on Class Suspension and Digital Days (Released March 13, 2020)

Notice to the Public on Travel, Symptoms, and Activities (Released March 12, 2020)

Know the Difference Between PUI and PUM (Released March 12, 2020)

Announcement on Tighter Precautionary Measures (Released March 12, 2020) Page 1

Announcement on Tighter Precautionary Measures (Released March 12, 2020) Page 2

Announcement on Weekly Health and Wellness Survey (Released March 12, 2020)

Announcement on Start of Third Term and Health and Wellness Survey (Released March 11, 2020)

Precautionary Measures for COVID-19 (Released March 10, 2020)

Precautionary Measures for COVID-19 (Released February 21, 2020)

Precautionary Measures for Students for 2019 n-CoV (Released February 7, 2020)

Health Advisory for the 2019-nCoV (Released January 30, 2020)

Social Distancing

While the campus was still open, MCL intensified the campaign for social distancing. With more than 7,000 people (i.e. students, employees, and guests) getting in and out of MCL on a daily basis, our students and employees cannot effectively distance themselves while in the lecture rooms, and common areas. We also want the students to intensify their own efforts for social distancing by giving them reasons not to take public transportation in going to and from the school.

Student Admission

As part of social distancing and due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) currently in place, the conduct of MCL Admissions Examination is temporarily suspended until further notice. However, online application remains open through the MCL Online Admissions portal. Scheduling of the entrance exam will be released no later than April 18, 2020.

For further assistance, applicants may reach the Admissions Office via the contact details below.

Services of the Registrar’s Office and the Treasury Office

The Registrar’s Office continues to offer academic services with its employees on work-from-home arrangements. However, these services are currently limited to enrollment procedures and accommodation of documentary requests that may be served through online means via e-mail.

Requests for printed documents are temporarily suspended. Transcript of records and certifications may be issued in electronic form by emailing Printed copies will be released once regular office operations resume.

For now, payments of tuition fees and back accounts are limited to off-site channels such as RCBC over-the-counter and RCBC Online Banking, Cebuana Lhuiller, and M. Lhuiller. Payments of all pending school fees may be done via PayMaya on OnEMCL and the Parent Portal. Finance-related concerns may be coordinated to the Treasury Office via email.

Contact Information

During the ECQ period, students, parents and applicants requiring assistance may reach MCL offices via the following contact details.

Admissions Office (ADO)

For Admissions-related concerns
Cellphone numbers:
0918-9902266 and 0919-0875722 (Smart)
0927-4678728 and 0927-4678729 (Globe)

Information Technology Services Office (ITSO) Helpdesk

For OnEMCL-related concerns

Learning Environments and Innovations Office

For Blackboard Learn and online learning concerns
Facebook Messenger: MCL Learning Environments and Innovations Office

Registrar’s Office

For enrollment-related concerns

Treasury Office

For payment-related concerns

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When will classes resume?

Online learning will resume on March 25, 2020 (Wednesday).

Is MCL open? I have a concern with one of the offices.

The MCL campus is currently off-limits to all. Employees are following work-from-home arrangements until further notice. Students with concerns may reach the MCL offices via the contact details listed above.

Is admission for A.Y. 2020-2021 still open? When can I take the MCL Admissions Exam?

The conduct of MCL Admissions Examination is temporarily suspended until further notice. However, online application remains open through the MCL Online Admissions portal. Scheduling of the entrance exam will be released no later than April 18, 2020. For further assistance, you may reach the Admissions Office via the contact details listed above.

What if a student is not able to participate in online learning due to issues with internet connection or devices?

Students may opt not to participate in remote learning, formative assessment, or summative assessment activities if internet connectivity is unavailable and/or a violation of home quarantine procedures will be a concern.

I have an internet connection, but I am having difficulties with joining the Blackboard Learn Collaborate sessions/streams. What should I do?

Faculty members will conduct online classes without prejudice to those who cannot participate. Teachers and professors will also be providing other online platforms, such as uploaded modules, discussion boards, accessible recorded sessions, and more for self-paced learning for all.

The Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) is affecting my delivery of requirements and learning outcomes for my courses. What should I do?

Students who fail to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes for the current term, for any reason related to the ECQ, will be allowed to complete the requirements even beyond the term.