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Can Priests and Religious Endorse Political Candidates?

Date Posted: November 9, 2021

Let me address this question in three parts: (1) what is the real question; (2) what are the reasons for the church’s prohibition on partisan politics; (3) what are the available options on the ground. 1. Delineating the Question In order to answer the question if priests and religious can e... Read More

AdU is Pink : In support of the candidacy of VP Leni Robredo

Date Posted: October 13, 2021

AdU is Pink. We light up Saint Vincent Building in pink to support VP Ma. Leonor Robredo’s Presidential bid. Leni is a graduate of Universidad de Santa Isabel in Naga, managed by the Daughters of Charity, virtually AdU’s sister school. With this, we believe that the unique mark o... Read More

Admission Advisory during ECQ

Date Posted: August 6, 2021

News and Features Overview

AdU hosts first networking event

Date Posted: December 17, 2021

The Adamson Technology Transfer Office (AduTX), together with the Adamson Neo Science and Technology Incubation Center (AdUNESTINC), the Adamson Innovation and Technology Support Office, the Department of Science and Technology and the Board of Investments (BOI) held its first ever networking event titled “Talk-N-Tech” last November 26, 2021. The event carried the with theme “Co... Read More

CM Philippines celebrates sesquicentennial jubilee

Date Posted: December 17, 2021

The Philippine Province of the Congregation of the Mission celebrated its 150th year anniversary with a Eucharistic celebration last December 13 at the Santuario de San Vicente de Paul in Tandang Sora, Quezon City. Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas led the concelebrated mass attended by the Vincentian Family and Vincentian Priests from different CM communities. In his homily, Abp. ... Read More

First Filipino AdU Prexy is one of UST Distinguished Alums

Date Posted: December 17, 2021

Photo from USTAAI Facebook Fr. Rolando dela Goza, CM was recognized by the University of Santo Tomas, and the UST Alumni Association, Inc., as one of its Distinguished Alumni during ceremonies held last November 27. The first Filipino President of Adamson University received the award under the UST Graduate School where he finished his Doctorate in History. “Many Vincentians also studied ... Read More

College fo Nursing produces 18 new Vincentian Nurses

Date Posted: December 15, 2021

The College of Nursing welcomed 18 of its newly-registered products who passed the November 2021 PRC Nurse Licensure Examination. AdU posted a 90% passing rate, with all but two first takers making the cut. “Congratulations to our new Vincentian Nurses who passed the Kudos as well to the College of Nursing's Dean Dr. Almira Tenorio and Faculty members,” the University FB page ... Read More

Talk with the Provincial: An interview with Fr. Gregorio Banaga, Jr., CM on the 150th Founding Anniversary of the Congregation of the Mission’s Philippine Province

Date Posted: December 17, 2021

The Philippine Province of the Congregation of the Mission celebrated its sesquicentennial founding anniversary last December 13. As the community remembers this momentous occasion, the Adamson News got the chance to interview the Provincial Visitor, Fr. Gregorio Bañaga, Jr., CM about the Vincentian Family in the Philippines. Here is our transcript: Interviwer: What does the 150 years of ... Read More

Lingayen-Dagupan prelate to CM Philippines Community: Be mystic missionaries, ignorant professors, rich enough to tend to the poor

Date Posted: December 17, 2021

Archbishop Socrates Villegas challenged the Congregation of the Mission to continue the development of their ministry during the Eucharistic celebration for their 150th Jubilee Anniversary held last December 13 at the Santuario de San Vicente de Paul. The Lingayen-Dagupan prelate, in his homily, asked the CM Philippines community to be reminded of the charism of Saint Vincent de Paul and adapt it... Read More

Adamson Belen 2021: Radiating hope amid despair

Date Posted: December 15, 2021

The University annually stages a Belen during Christmas for it to serve as a reminder to the community about the true message of the season and, at the same time, speak out about persistent issues in the present society. And this year’s Belen conceptualized by the College of Architecture and the Adamson University Student Government (AUSG) is no different.   In an interview with Ark... Read More

Inside the Nest: The new man at the helm

Date Posted: December 1, 2021

A new era has begun for Adamson basketball. This is as one-time UAAP titlist Nash Racela has taken the reigns from Franz Pumaren after the latter left his post to focus on his political career. With his arrival, many may expect he can repeat what he did with FEU, leading them to a UAAP championship, but the soft-spoken mentor quickly shot down any expectations that he would instantly bring a UAA... Read More

Academics Overview
January 24

Classes Begin

January 24 to Febuary 2

Dropping of subjects without record of enrollment

Febuary 14 to April 8

Application for May Graduation

Febuary 17 to Febuary 19

Foundation Day

Febuary 24

Midyear Commencement Exercises (tentative)