A visual aid about depression.
Posted at the Campus Ministry bulletin board of the
University of San Carlos-Cebu City.
#4 Trisha Claire Yu Cabanlit (91.33)
#5 Ervin Michael Bendulo Cavalida (91.17)
#6 Clare Monica Gako Pilapil (90.83)
#9 Joshua Abundo Echivarre (90.17)
#9 Marc Raphael Nazareno Ong (90.17)
#10 Sarah Mansueto Balisacan (90.00)
May 2015 – Feisty Batch – Top Performing School
#2 Shaun Anthony Tiu Go (91.29)
#3 Jaecelle Margrett Go Dy (90.56)
#4 Jamaica Juanir Marjadas (90.00)
#10 Odessa Marie Onding Allera (88.43)
#10 Rieland Joromo Cuevas (88.43)
July 2014 – Fierce Batch
#3 Ray Hamodi Balagbis Ngalot (92.43)
#6 Jamaica Perez Englis (91.43)
#8 Thomas Zachary Pineda Sarigumba (91.14)
May 2013 – Fiery Batch
#2 Narvios, Mikyll Hum D. (95.43%)
#4 Ang, Wendell K. (93.71)
#10 Fernando, Arianne C. (92.29)
May 2012 – Formidable Batch; Top Performing School
#4 Chua, Gianna T. (92.57)
#7 Uy, Kenneth Jefferson U. (92.00)
#10 Go, Shearilynn L. (91.57)
May 2011 – Fearless Batch
#4 Chua, Hegiño Jr. J. (91.57)
#4 Lequin, Viktor Xenon O. (91.57)
#6 Pino, Gilson Y. (90.71)
|DATE OF CPA EXAM||NAMES||RANKS|
|October 2009||Fernandez, Maricor||9th Place|
|May 2007||Ong, Arthur Vinson||4th Place|
|October 2006||Chua, Sheryl Siy||9th Place|
|May 2006||Torreon, Adriano Jr. A||9th Place|
|May 2004||Hamac, Self H.||4th Place|
|Facultad, Ritchell B.||5th Place|
|Wang, Jean Haydee D.||6th Place|
|Fostanes, Eleute L.||7th Place|
|May 2003||Isla, Ronan Joseph C.||6th Place|
|October 2002||Maglasang, Alfi P.||2nd Place|
|May 1998||Jervoso, Ryan Neil G.||7th Place|
|October 1997||Lim, Kelly Y.||3rd Place|
|May 1997||Lamanilao, Maria Liza G.||3rd Place|
|October 1995||Lau, Sai Bo C.||1st Place|
|Lua, Trixie Lenny D.||3rd Place|
|October 1994||Acusar, Dara Calvo||6th Place|
|October 1993||Chua, Christine Y.||9th Place|
|May 1993||Mondano, Donald O.||3rd Place|
|Fulache, Luna Mae A.||6th Place|
|May 1992||Lim, Joy T.||6th Place|
|Villamor, Wilfredo J.||7th Place|
|May 1991||Lau, Ling Na||8th Place|
|Vasquez, Randy N.||9th Place|
|October 1990||Dyguani, Sidney U.||9th Place|
|May 1988||Lim, Ailene Y.||1st Place|
|Rivera, Francisco||3rd Place|
|Rizada, Eleanore||5th Place|
|May 1987||Tan, Rosa L.||10th Place|
|October 1985||Gerra, Gemma T.||7th Place|
|May 1983||Tiu, Vicente||1st Place|
|May 1982||Lumakang, Carolyne V.||3rd Place|
|1981 November||Gagarra, Paulette Micheku||6th Place|
|1980 June||Bonganciso, Maurilla Jean||9th Place|
|1979 May||Rafanan, Mary Ann L.||4th Place|
|Gavino, Dalisay S.||6th Place|
|Digamon, Ma. Dolores C.||7th Place|
|1978 April||Payot, Federico Jr. S.||6th Place|
|1977 April||Lim, Arthur T.||7th Place|
|1969 December||Yap, Gaudencio V.||6th Place|
|1966 December||Rodriguez, Erlinda M.||7th Place|
|1962 November||Go, Carlos||2nd Place|
|1961 October||Cue, Margarita H.||8th Place|
|1960 March||Aseniero, Purita||10th Place|
|1959 October||Bagaman, Louis G.||8th Place|
|1959 March||Huan, Leoncio||4th Place|
|1958 October||Alcantara, Benedicto B.||8th Place|
|1955 October||Tan, Febes||9th Place|
|1952 October||Relampagos, Jesus A.||3rd Place|
|Amores, Rufo T.||9th Place|
Congratulations to the all the passers of the Board Exam! I am happy that four of our students from the University of San Carlos made it to the top 10.
1. Karen Mae Calam
3. Fiona Cristy Lao
7. Anne Margaret Momongan
8. Jefferson Gomez
As a reward, the 4 topnotchers from the University of San Carlos will be given a lifetime “gift of education,” which means that they can nominate a scholar, who, in turn, may choose any course he/she wishes to enroll in at the school.“He/she will let one finish the program then nominate again for the rest of her life,” said Atty. Joan Largo, Dean of the College of Law, University of San Carlos-Cebu.
The Divine Word Missionaries (SVD) of the Philippine Southern Province (PHS) had their seminar workshop on school and hospital governance at the SVD Retreat House of the University of San Carlos (USC) in Talamban Campus, Cebu City on June 17-18, 2016. In this one and a half day seminar workshop, the basic and best governance practices of Catholic schools in the Philippines, the reportorial requirements of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and financial literacy, particularly understanding financial statements were discussed extensively.
It also included cases and issues concerning school Board practices, SEC updates, and analyzing financial statements. Lecturers are PHS Secretary of Education Ministry Fr. Peru Dayag, SVD; USC VP for Finance Fr. Jun Rebayla, SVD; Atty. Alma Estrada-Dlena and Atty. Tara Tsarina Perez-Retuya, lawyers of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
According to the Fr. Dayag, impetus of the seminar-workshop was “to deepen the understanding of the participants on governance practices of Catholic schools in the Philippines, particularly the SVD schools; to make the participants aware of the functions of the Securities and Exchange Commission vis-à-vis registered corporations, and; to increase the knowledge of the SVDs in analyzing the financial statements of the schools and hospitals.” This is also in preparation for the other members of the congregation whenever they become part of the Board of Trustees in the future.
The SVD in the PHS owns three universities in the Visayas, namely, the University of San Carlos in Cebu, the Holy Name University of Bohol (HNU), and the Liceo del Verbo Divino in Tacloban. The Divine Word Hospital in Tacloban and the Holy Name University Medical Center in Bohol are also owned by the SVD. Just recently, the USC and HNU ranked first and fourth respectively among the best-performing Accountancy schools in the country based on the May 2016 board exams.
Almost 3,000 passed the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination given by the Board of Accountancy this May 2016. About 7,000 accountancy graduates took the exams held in in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo and Legazpi. Here are the top performing accountancy schools in the Philippines, based on the May 2016 board exams.
For the record, 7 out of these schools are Catholic schools.
Of the 7, two are owned by the Divine Word Missionaries:
The Holy Name University of Bohol (#4) and
The University of San Carlos in Cebu (#1).
Proud to be SVD.
Last year, I was still in Cebu during the 14th Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. (CESAFI) Men’s Basketball Tournament. The CESAFI is a sports association of 10 schools, colleges and universities in the province. It was established in 2001. Many of the biggest names in the history of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) made their names as collegiate players in Cebu, including Ramon Fernandez, Manny Paner, Yoyong Martirez, Jojo Lastimosa, Boy Cabahug, Al Solis, and Dondon Hontiveros.
I’m not really a basketball fan, though I am a die-hard Ginebra follower. However, with University of San Carlos (USC) – it was really a different story. Knowing that you own the school, and your Warriors are competing for the top plum – man, that is awesome!
We ended second best last year to Southwestern University (SWU) but our spirits are not to be conquered. The Warriors looked forward to this year, and yes, we made it.
For the first time in 57 years, the USC Warriors made a milestone when it toppled University of the Visayas (UV) Green Lancers in the Game 5 of the 15th Season on Tuesday, October 20 at the New Cebu Coliseum. The score was 64-53.
According to Rappler, “The USC Warriors last won a Cebu title in 1958, when the scholastic league was known as the Cebu Collegiate Athletic Association. Current team consultant Julian Macoy, known as a living legend in Cebu basketball, was part of that team then. Macoy is known for scoring the most number of points in a single game twice as a member of the USC Green and Gold Warriors from 1955 to 1961.”
Congratulations to the USC Warriors! Fr. Andring, magluto tag Brazilian spaghetti! Akong nadungog ug nabati ang dakong kalipay sa mga staff, professors, mga yanong tawo sa unibersidad ug mga estudyante sa kaladugan sa atoang mga banggiitang Warriors. Let us keep the fire burning. #witnesstotheword.
The University of San Carlos has been under the management of the Divine Word Missionaries (SVD) since 1935. At present, it has 8 colleges and 27 departments.