Two grads top Civil Engg board exam

Kevin M. Melendres (6th place, 94.65%, left) and John Ivan M. Gapud (9th, 94.30%, right) head the latest crop of Carolinian Civil Engineers. USC had a passing of 78.13% for first-time takers (50 out of 64) and 61 out of 98 (62.24%) overall. The Civil Engineer Licensure Examination was given to 13,887 examinees last November … Continue reading

Enrolment schedule for 2nd sem

The Office of the Registrar has announced the enrolment schedule for 2nd semester AY2018-2019. For details, please click here to view or download the PDF file. Tags: Announcement

USC hosts DevCon Cebu Summit 2018

Representatives from local tech communities and the ICT industry held the DevCon Cebu Summit 2018 last Saturday, November 24, 2018 at the University of San Carlos Michael Richartz Conference Center in Talamban Campus. With the theme “Tech Communities Unite,” the event introduced some of the long-established software development enthusiast communities who specialize in various programming … Continue reading

TEDx Women slated

The University of San Carlos IdeaLab is hosting a TEDx University of San Carlos Women event at 1:30-5:30 p.m. on November 30, 2018 at the Marcelo B. Fernan Press Center. The event will be open to the public and carries the theme “Amidst Adversity” that serves to highlight the grace and power of women who … Continue reading

USC SBE hosts 10th Taiwan-Philippines-Japan confab

The 10th Taiwan-Philippines-Japan (10th TPJ) International Academic Conference hosted this year by the University of San Carlos (USC) School of Business and Economics (SBE) was held last November 10, 2018 at the Albert van Gansewinkel Hall with the theme “Culture: Driver of Sustainable Development.” Three speakers shared their varied perspectives on the conference theme in … Continue reading

No class, no work today

The Offices of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Administration have declared suspension of classes and work at all levels today, November 21, 2018, due to tropical depression “Samuel.” Despite “Samuel” weakening, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) has raised an orange alert over Cebu City and the rest of Central … Continue reading