USC DASH and CSRE to host forum on the ‘Lumad’

The University of San Carlos through the Department of Anthropology, Sociology and History (DASH) and the Center for Social Research and Education (CSRE) is co-hosting an online forum with the Philippine Social Science Council (PSSC) and the Ugnayang Pang-AghamTao (UGAT) entitled “What’s in a Name? Views from Anthropologists on Lumad” on Thursday, March 25, 2021 … Continue reading

3D FlexLeaP@USC concludes training

The University of San Carlos’ five-week-long 3D FlexLeaP@USC Training-of-Trainers Workshop Series concluded last Friday, March 19, 2021 with a message from USC’s President, Father Narciso A. Cellan Jr., SVD, D.Comm. This workshop series included over 500 participants from USC and partner higher educational institutions (HEIs) across Regions 6,7, and 8, including 15 trainers and 57 … Continue reading

Office of the University Registrar resumes operations

The Office of the University Registrar resumes operations today, Monday, March 15, 2021. Last week, the office at Talamban Campus was temporarily closed for precautionary disinfection. Processing of document requests, verifications, and graduation clearances can now be carried out on-site. For questions and clarifications, you may send an email to [email protected]. Tags: Announcement

Offsite payment centers

The University’s offsite payment centers now include GCash. Download the PDF file for full details and instructions. Tags: Announcement

Admission guidelines and application

Find below the guidelines for application to the University of San Carlos as well as the simplified steps. Admission guidelines Admission application steps Tags: Announcement

USC SAFAD launches Lantawan quincentennial issue

Ahead of celebrations of the 500th year since Christianity arrived on our shores, the School of Architecture, Fine Arts, and Design of the University of San Carlos (USC) has published the February 2021 issue of Lantawan as a “time document” to celebrate life- and art-changing faith. Stories, illustrations, and reflections on how historical and religious … Continue reading