September 25, 2021: UE Celebrates its 75th Foundation Anniversary
August 2020: UE Fuels Bright Futures with Flexible UE Learning!
September 2017: The Lualhati Building Rises
September 2017: The UE Dawn Celebrates 70th Year
June 2016: UE SHS Debuts with Enrollment of Grade 11 Students
February 2016: UE CCSS Becomes a CHED-Certified Center of Excellence in IT Education
December 2014: The Lucio C. Tan Building-UE Manila Annex is Inaugurated
December 2012: Warrior Fencers Sweep UAAP 75 Fencing Tournament
September 2012: UE Caloocan’s Dr. Lucio C. Tan Building is Inaugurated
August 2010: UE Launches Social Media Presence
October 2009: CHED Grants Autonomous Status to UE
June 2009: UE Officially Goes for Red and White!
December 2008: Dalupan Street is 20 Years Old
February 2008: The UE-Tan Yan Kee Garden is Inaugurated
September 2006: UE Honors Its 60 Most Outstanding Alumni
June 2006: The UE EHSD Caloocan Reopens
2006: The Modern UE ESLS Celebrates 20 Years
April 2006: The UE Office of Extension and Community Outreach is Formed
February 2005: UE Caloocan Recognized as One of the City’s Outstanding Institutions
2004: UE CEng’g Manila is Re-Established
November 2003: UE Caloocan’s Tan Yan Kee Academic Building is Opened
June 2003: UE is Hailed as One of PHL’s Most Wired Universities
July 2002: UE Office of Cultural Affairs is Established
September 1997: POD-CIT is Inaugurated and Blessed
March 1997: Lualhati is Re-Unveiled at the UE Manila Quadrangle
September 1996: Then PHL President Ramos Hosts the UE Alumni Awards at Malacañang
September 1984: Maharishi group Attempts UE Takeover
May 1981: Our School of Fine Arts Relocates to UE Caloocan
1978: The New UE CEduc Building is Inaugurated
1977: UE CEng’g Begins Offering Programs in Caloocan
1977: The Would-Be UE CAS Caloocan is Established
1977: UE Enrollment Peaks at Over 67,000 Students
September 1976: UE Has a New University Hymn
1976: UE CBA Starts Offering Programs in UE Caloocan
February 1974: The UE Administration-Theater Building is Inaugurated
One of UE’s First Five: UE Co-Founder, CBA Dean Santiago F. Dela Cruz Becomes UE’s Second President
One of UE’s First Five: Major Jose L. Torres (Res.)
One of UE’s First Five: Engr. Hermenegildo B. Reyes
One of UE’s First Five: Dr. Jaime Hernandez
December 1971: Dr. Dalupan Exits as UE President
1969: Construction for the UE Library and Museum Building Begins
1967: Former President Diosdado Macapagal Joins UE CBA Faculty
August 3, 1964: The Future UE CFAD Opens
January 26, 1964: UE Chapel, Liberal Arts Building are Blessed by Archbishop
1962: The Cornerstone for the UE Research Center for Science, Humanities and Culture is Laid
1961: The UE Choral Group Debuts
1961: The Newly Expanded UE Library is Inaugurated and Blessed
1958: UE hosts UAAP for the First Time—and Scores 2nd Basketball Championship in a Row!
September 1957: UE Wins its First UAAP Basketball Championship!
1957: The UE College of Engineering Opens
1957: The UE College of Medicine Becomes UERMMMCI
January 1957: PHL President Magsaysay is UE’s First Honorary Degree Recipient
January 1957: Lualhati Unveiled
1956: The UE College of Medicine Opens
1954: The ‘Warrior’ University is in the UAAP for Good!
June 1954: Would-Be UE Caloocan Opens
1953: President Quirino Addresses the UE Community
September 25, 1952: The Marker for the Alma Mater Statue is Placed
1952: UE Goes for Red and White as UAAP Colors!
1952: UE Becomes a Member of the UAAP!
July 1950: The UE College of Law Opens
1950: Dr. Dalupan is Installed as Inaugural UE President
July 4, 1950: UE Formally Opens Its Doors
July 3, 1950: PCCBA Becomes UE!
1948: The UE College of Dentistry is Inaugurated
1948: The Future UE Graduate School is Set Up
1948: The UE CEduc is Organized
1948: The Future UE CAS is Organized
July 1948: UE Manila Rises
December 1947: Capping off a Phenomenal Debut!
June 1947: A Topnotch Feat!
September 25, 1946
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