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After a two-year probationary period, the University of the East was accepted as a permanent member of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) in 1954, after fully complying with the league’s requirements. UE became the UAAP’s fifth permanent member after league founders FEU, NU, UST and UP. Around this time, Mr. Eddie Ticzon,...
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In June 1954, the University of the East established a Vocational and Technical Training Center on a piece of land purchased by UE President Francisco T. Dalupan Sr. in Caloocan City. Named as the UE Technical School or UE Tech, the institution offered technical and vocational programs, a comprehensive high school, and a junior college...
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Some three years after officially greeting the University of the East on its attainment of the university status and sharing President Francisco T. Dalupan Sr.’s hope that the University will be “The Center of Learning in the Orient,” then Philippine President Elpidio Quirino further acknowledged UE’s growing significance in the country’s academe by becoming the...
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Attention, UE college upperclassmen and incumbent freshmen… As your enrollment for the first semester of SY 2021-2022 begins this Tuesday, July 27, 2021, please be advised of the guidelines below, as issued by the UE Guidance, Counseling and Career Services Office (GCCSO), on what to do if you get a pop-up message saying “See the...
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As early as 1951, plans for a symbolic monument or statue to represent UE as an Alma Mater were first proposed by the University of the East Alumni Association Board of Directors. The statue, they hoped, would symbolize education and youth, or the aspirations of youth that university education can help shape and realize. Work...
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Upon the University of the East’s acceptance into the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), UE was carrying its then institutional colors of blue and gold. The UAAP leadership asked for UE’s league colors to be different as NU, a UAAP founding member, carried the same colors. UE leaders then chose red—a fighting color...
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In 1952, just two years after earning university status, the University of the East became one of four universities granted a two-year probationary membership to the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP). UE went on to be accepted as a permanent UAAP member in 1954, becoming the fifth Philippine university to be a part...
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Along with its newly gained University status, the University of the East continued its expansion by adding new programs. In July 1950, UE opened its College of Law, initially offering first-year subjects. UE President Francisco T. Dalupan acted as the temporary Dean of the College upon its opening. The photo here shows an excerpt of...
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With the transition from the Philippine College of Commerce and Business Administration to the University of the East, its founder, Dr. Francisco T. Dalupan, was formally installed as the University’s first-ever President. Dr. Dalupan would go on to serve his beloved UE as President for two full decades. Sixty-two more UE milestones up ahead in...
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Bearing a new name and its new University status, the University of the East formally opened its doors on July 4, 1950. In this new chapter in the institution’s history, then Philippine President Elpidio Quirino sent his warmest greetings to the University and its founder, Dr. Francisco T. Dalupan. In his message, President Quirino hoped...
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