August 2021

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As the University of the East marked its 50th Foundation Anniversary in September 1996, UE and the UE Alumni Association Inc. conferred the UE Alumni Awards in recognition of exceptional UE alumni who had by then greatly excelled in their chosen careers and made a valuable contribution in their respective fields. This being the University’s...
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While there were many developments in terms of infrastructure and achievement within the University of the East, behind the scenes, UE was on the brink of financial collapse by the 1980s. With student enrollment dwindling by this time, it was saddled with heavy loans in order to shoulder operational costs. Things came to a head...
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In the course of new developments in the University of the East, the UE School of Music and the UE Ballet School were phased out in May 1981, leaving the UE School of Fine Arts as the remaining entity of the former UE School of Music and Arts. The same new developments also saw the...
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In 1978, the University of the East College of Education (CEduc) would receive a new home in a brand-new, five-story building located at the heart of UE’s Manila Campus. This new building replaced the former College of Education Building, erected on the same location in 1950. Aside from UE CEduc classes, the new building would...
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As the University of the East’s School Year 1977-78 enrollment reached a total of 67,450 students, the UE College of Engineering (CEng’g) would begin to offer programs in the UE Caloocan Extension Campus in 1977, to help address student traffic in UE Manila, where the bulk of enrollees were based. UE CEng’g initially offered four...
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A share-a-blessing joint project to extend a helping hand to deserving but financially challenged students and assist them in pursuing their education. To join, click the zoom link below: //zoom.us/j/99739519605?pwd=eFZWS0pvTzFSdmp4NnRqdDZoSHRtdz09
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As the number of enrollees of the University of the East hit 67,450 in School Year 1977-1978, the UE College of Arts and Sciences became the second UE Manila college to open a branch in the UE Caloocan Extension Campus (as UE Caloocan was known then) in 1977–In an effort to help decongest UE Manila,...
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As the number of students enrolled in the University of the East reached 65,000, UE became the largest university in Asia in terms of enrolment. The number of enrollees who flocked to the University was as testament to the quality education UE provided, and continues to provide. The largest number of enrollees in UE occurred...
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On September 20, 1976, the University of the East introduced “Pamantasan Ka Naming Mahal,” its new University Hymn, in time for UE’s 30th Foundation Anniversary. The newer, Filipino-based hymn replaced the former University of the East Hymn, as it had been titled and which was sung in English. The music for both the earlier UE...
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To help ease the student population of UE Manila, which at the time was over 60,000, the UE College of Business Administration (CBA) began offering some of its degree programs in 1976 at the UE Caloocan Extension Campus, as UE Caloocan was called then. Among those initially offered in the extension campus were the Bachelor...
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