“Tayo hindi ako”

 

MCU Learning Management System: A New Beginning

MCU Learning Management System: A New Beginning

Amidst the challenges and uncertainties that we are facing, Manila Central University is unwavering in its commitment to provide quality and excellent education. The...

 
MCU student receives Discipline Award

MCU student receives Discipline Award

Angela Loraine M. Quero, a Grade 12 student, received the Ambassador Yuchengco 2020 National Discipline Award. Quero, who graduated with High Honors and earned...

 
MCU Enhanced Quality Learning Environment

MCU Enhanced Quality Learning Environment

 
We develop frontliners

We develop frontliners

Since the start of 2020, the world has been battling to control the spread of a “mysterious respiratory virus” with early cases reported in Wuhan province in...

 
“Tayo hindi ako”

“Tayo hindi ako”

It was in the first week of January when our country faced another difficulty due the rumblings of Taal Volcano. As part of its social responsibility, members of...

 
“Dugo Mo, Buhay Ko” 2020

“Dugo Mo, Buhay Ko” 2020

Over 200 MCU students, employees and other volunteers participated in the annual blood-letting drive that resulted to more than 170 bags of blood collected. The...

 
 


It was in the first week of January when our country faced another difficulty due the rumblings of Taal Volcano. As part of its social responsibility, members of the MCU community extended a helping hand to displaced individuals and families affected by the calamity. The MCU team composed of faculty members and employee volunteers distributed relief packages to over 250 families in Barangay Santa Monica in San Luis, Batangas last February 2, 2020. Each family received a bag full of ready-to-eat food items, hygiene kit, and clothing items donated and packed by MCU students and employees. Former MCU President Dr. Aristotle T. Malabanan once said, “Tayo hindi ako.” A meaningful message that rallies the community to always be of help especially during difficult times. The Batangas relief operation is a collaborative effort of the University Integrated Community Extension Programs and Services (UNICEPS), Office of Student Affairs, University Student Council, and the Association of Centralinos for Community Outreach Development.