UC News

December 11, 2005

The University of the Cordilleras College of Hotel and Restaurant Management and Tourism was declared champion in the Culinary, Housekeeping and Flair Tending Competitions after placing first in the said events in the recently concluded 5th Baguio Tossed Salad Festival sponsored by the Baguio Association of Hotels and Inns (BAHAI) last Nov. 25-27, 2005.

October 09, 2005

The University of the Cordilleras bagged four gold medals in the regional competitions sponsored by the NFJPIA Region 1 last Sept. 23 - 25, in San Fernando, La Union. The event was participated in by 14 schools from the Cordillera and Region 1.

October 09, 2005

Three out of four UC Environmental and Sanitary Engineering graduates passed this year's Board Exams. Pedro E. Aquino, Jr., Lorna T. Aritao, and Tomtom B. Baldo attribute their success to the support, review resources, and academic caliber of the University's College of Engineering. The UC program is recognized by CHED as Center of Development for Excellence, with all its faculty members possessing Master's degrees. One of its faculty members, Engr. Esther Aguilar completed her Master of Science in Environmental Science at UNESCO-IHE (Institute for H O 2 Education) in the Netherlands. No wonder UC has surpassed the national passing rate by almost 300%!

September 25, 2005

First Year UC Mass Com student Jesus Miguel Agreda won first place at the 2005 National PR Quiz, besting contestants from the Ateneo de Manila University, the Centro Escolar University, San Juan de Letran, the University of the Philippines (UP-Diliman), UPManila and other Metro Manila universities. The Quiz was one ofthe highlights of the 2005 Student Public Relations Congress held in Manila on September 17 & 18, 2005.

August 19, 2005

"It is not enough that we hold high the torch, we must also keep it burning." Those were the words of one of the honorees during the Testimonial Dinner and Induction Program of the Barristers' Club Officers last July 20, 2005. With 44 Bar Passers, it is evident that the UC flame continues to burn brighter.