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SPUQC for more than 60 years
SPUQC is one of the thirty-six (36) catholic schools under the management of the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres in the Philippines. In 2003, it became one of the six (6) pioneer constituent schools of St. Paul University System (SPUSystem), along with SPU Dumaguete, SPU Iloilo, SPU Manila, SPU Surigao, and its mother university, SPU Philippines in Tuguegarao.
Rising from the ruins of their Novitiate after World War II, from St. Paul College Quezon City to now ST. PAUL UNIVERSITY QUEZON CITY, SPUQC became stronger at 60.
Alumni & Friends
SPUQC has a total of 9,488 alumni many of whom have supported or contributed in one way or another to help the school maintain its standards.
Are you an alumna or alumnus willing to continue this worthy effort? Haven't you had the opportunity to help but are more than willing to?
Likewise, there have been friends, institutions or corporations who have given valuable support. Can you be counted on to continue to meet SPUQC's vision-mission?
Allies to Upgrade
The tuition fee of the students is used for operations, including faculty and staff salaries and for maintaining the present infrastructure and physical plant.
To accomplish its vision-mission today, it means modernization. This has to be done and can be done by upgrading and updating.
A university has to constantly hone its faculty to enrich teaching and enhance learning. This is made possible through the SPUQC's support programs.
The Professorial Chair endowment fund gives recognition to meritorious faculty members and supports their continuing serious efforts at maintaining excellence in their fields of study through research. Support for this fund is made by way of an endowment for a Professorial Chair, named in a company's honor or after an individual as per the donor's choice. This amount is deposited in perpetuity and only the interest is granted to be chosen faculty of merit.
The Chair holder delivers a public lecture every year, of the determined term, to share the research findings or creative output with the academe as well as with the larger community. The Chair holder may also do commissioned research for the donor institution/company, as per a memorandum of agreement.
Research funds are granted to enhance the research culture/environment of the school. A determined amount is given to support individual or group research upon approval of a research committee.
Funds to ensure that higher education can be a reality for poor but deserving students, especially for the Religious Education Students, are given every school year to those who meet qualifications.
Allies to Update
The need to modernize involves updating facilities and needs for learning. This has to take into consideration the health and well-being of the students.
Grade School Building
The enrolment in the grade school level has been increasing since it reopened in 2004. In basic education, school facilities have a profound impact on the teaching and learning processes. hence, a separate building for the elementary department, now sharing a wing of the High School, is crucial to prepare students for the next educational level.
Mere Marie Micheau Hall
With the growing number of students, SPUQC needs a "multi-purpose" gymnasium equipped with state-of-the-art facilities for school institutional programs and sports activities convertible to "open-air or air-conditioned" gym which may be used for other functions and which could be rented out for a maintenance fund.
Performance Arts Center
The center is envisioned to enrich individual and community life through the production and presentation of quality arts, education, and community events with professional facilities to make our University a center of cultural richness. Thi will provide additional space for more arts programs and will make attending to customer amenities possible.
An entirely new canteen will promote and facilitate the provision of nutritious and healthy food as a service to the SPUQC community.
The center is conceptualized to:
- provide the students hands-on experience in managing small businesses (entrepreneurship) or practicum employment (intrapreneurship) and income;
- make available to students, and even outsiders, products to be provided by prospective client-entrepreneurs who may rent stalls in a university semi-mall (i.e. bookstore, internet cafe, copy centers, convenient stores, franchisor/ees), and will present formal business plans/feasibility studies to be required for evaluation; and
- set aside revenues to finance scholarship grants.