St. Vincent De Paul
St. Vincent de Paul is the founder of the Congregation of the Mission and patron saint of Adamson University. He is known as the Great Apostle of Charity.
An Adamsonian's Prayer
Teach me the things that are important:
To be generous with Your gifts,
Compassionate to those who have less,
Just in the face of unfair circumstances,
True when the world's values contradict my own,
Gracious when things don't go my way,
And magnanimous when they do.
May nothing else matter
Except Faith in Your goodness, my neighbor's, and mine,
Hope that things can get better,
And Charity that always set things right.
May Your special Love for the Poor,
The mark of my uniquely Vincentian education,
Be the work I excel in,
The standard I constantly refer to,
And my courage when I meet You someday.
With Mary, our Mother, and St. Vincent de Paul, Amen.
Adamson Alma Mater dear
In our wand'ring far or near
Fling out thy banner high
Adamson University has endured the tests of history, first as a Greek-run school and then as a Catholic and Vincentian institution. It has emerged academically richer and stronger, accumulating layers of knowledge and experience that sustain its mission to provide education—the kind that meets stringent standards of quality yet affordable to those who have less. Now beyond its Diamond Jubilee, it confidently and ably plays its role as an agent of personal as well as social transformation.
Adamson University began as the Adamson School of Industrial Chemistry in 1932 and was founded by Dr. George Lucas Adamson, a Greek chemist from Athens. In 1964, the University became a Catholic school under the Congregation of the Mission
Vision and Mission
Adamson University, a Catholic Vincentian educational institution, is a recognized leading center for quality education particularly for the socially disadvantaged.
As a Catholic University, we diligently pursue truth and knowledge, inspired by the Gospel values and guided by the teachings of the Church;
As a Vincentian Community, we inspire others to follow the example of St. Vincent De Paul, who led and organized his contemporaries in creatively responding to those who are in need;
As an institution of learning, we assist in the formation of competent, creative and socially responsible leaders through our commitment to excellence in discovery, learning and service;
As a catalyst of social transformation, we provide quality services that empower others to become agents of change.
About the President
Fr. Gregg Banaga, Jr., CM was born in Tarlac City on October 31, 1953. He studied at Holy Spirit College and Don Bosco Institute in Tarlac. After graduating from elementary, he entered the seminary of the Congregation of the Missions, popularly know as the Vincentians. His college years were spent at Adamson University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. He continued his studies in Theology at UST finishing in 1979. In March of that year he was ordained a priest.
List of the current President, Vice Presidents, College Deans, Directors, and other administrators of the University.