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University Athletic Association of the Philippines starts its 75th season at the Mall of Asia Arena on July 14, 2012 (Saturday). This season theme is "Unbreakable at 75".
July 14 (Saturday) Schedule:
NU Bulldogs vs UE Red Warriors
UST Growling Tigers vs FEU Tamaraws
July 15 (Sunday) Schedule:
De La Salle Green Archers vs UP Fighting Maroons
Ateneo Blue Eagles vs AdU Falcons
Goodluck to the NU Pep Squad on the upcoming UAAP CDC 2012
September 22, 2012, MOA Arena
Sana makapasok NU Cheering Squad sa Top 3 of this year's UAAP CDC along with FEU and UP. Your squad has greater potential as compared to other teams. Good luck!
-FEU fan here.
Congratulations to the NU Cheer Squadron (Pep Squad)
for winning the 3rd place in the recently concluded UAAP Cheer Dance Competition
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Hello! I will have my board exam tomorrow at N.U., JHOCSON MEM (JMB).
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National U Update
Magical: Pep Squad breaks spell, places 3rd in UAAP CDC
The new kings and queens of the UAAP Cheerdance Competition have been crowned.
With a magical routine that captivated an audience of almost 20, 000 people, the National University Pep Squad broke its spell in the UAAP's most popular event after winning third place in both the cheerdance and group stunts tilts on Saturday at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.
The royalty-themed performance wowed the judges --- some of them from Europe and other Asian countries --- and allowed the NU crew to nail its first podium finish since the competition began in 1994.
University of the Philippines dazzled once more with a performance that saw all their athlete-dancers shave their heads while Far Eastern University, clad in body-hugging animal prints, placed second for the second time in three years.
Before the competition, NU coach Ghicka Bernabe shared that spectators will be in for big surprises.
"Last year was like an appetizer," Bernabe said. "Now, we're ready to serve the main course."
'Heavyweights' join NU as Deans
As part of National University's commitment to academic excellence, two "heavyweights" have assumed posts as deans of two flagship colleges at NU.
Former DOST Secretary Dr. Estrella Alabastro has been appointed dean of the College of Engineering while Dr. Remedios Cruz will head the College of Business Administration as its dean.
Dr. Alabastro was the chief of the government's science and technology department for almost 10 years (2001-2010) and has been with the DOST in different capacities since 1995.
She obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering, cum laude, from the University of the Philippines in 1961 and also holds Masters and Doctorate Degrees in the same course from Rice University in the United States in 1965 and 1967, respectively.
On the other hand, Cruz is the former Vice President for Human Resources of China Banking Corporation, and was instrumental in helping the company sign one of the best collective bargaining agreements in the industry in 2006, according to the Manila Bulletin.
Cruz is also the wife of Palanca Hall of Fame writer Isagani Cruz and was formerly the Board Chairman of the Bankers' Council for Personnel Management.
NU enrollment hits 5k
Enrollment figures at National University finally broke the 5, 000 barrier, latest data from the Registrar's Office showed.
At least 5, 030 have registered for the first semester as of July 9, a 24% increase from the number of enrollees during the same period last year.
"This just goes to show that NU is fast becoming a viable option for high school seniors looking for high quality and affordable education," said VP/COO Renato Carlos H. Ermita.
NU enrollment went up for the fifth straight year since the SM Group acquired a majority stake of the university in 2008.
There were 1, 698 enrollees in AY 2008-2009 before NU saw a 31.4% increase to 2, 231 in AY 2009-2010. Enrollment further grew by an additional 38.6% to 3, 093 in AY 2010-11 then it breached the 4, 000 figure by having 4, 057 registrants in AY 2011-2012, a 31.2% increase.
National U registers 80% passing in nursing boards
Sixteen of the 20 first-time takers from National University passed the 2012 Nursing Board Examinations administered by the Philippine Regulatory Commission.
NU dominates Sanitary Eng'g exam top 3 anew
Nationalians dominated the Sanitary Engineering Licensure Exam, with three occupying the top three slots in the annual exam, according to a list provided by the Philippine Regulatory Commission.
Alfredo L. De Guzman proved that National University also excels in the academic field, garnering 84.18% to lead all 53 passers of the examination given out by the Board of Sanitary Engineering.
Jarick A. Acosta followed suit with 82.31% while Ericka B. Llamas had 81.87% to place third.
At least 105 students took the test, with 53 (50.48%) making it.
It was the second straight year that NU students shone bright in the field as the 2011 exam saw six Nationalians make it to the top six led by Fzoe-Rauld Yambao (86.19%).
Two Nationalians also placed in the top three of the 2010 test with Allan Alzona (82.28%) and Joselito Francisco (80.56%) ranking first and third, respectively.
National University Supreme Student Council will be organizing a Christmas Party for all the NU Students. The registration fee is P350.00 which will cover-food, souvenir,preparation for the venue. The NUSSC Representative of each college will start selling the ticket on Dec 1, 2012. The Christmas Party will be on DECEMBER 22, 2012.
The main event will include the Christmas Musicale Competition (1 group for each college) and Battle of the Bands (open to all). If you have any concern or question kindly comment here or go to the NUSSC Office at 2nd JMB. The deadline for registration on these contest will be on Dec 1, 2012.
The PRIZES for Christmas Chorale and Battle of the Bands are:
1st Place - P7,000.00
2nd Place - P5,000.00
3rd Place - P 3,000.00
IF YOU HAVE SUGGESTIONS AND COMMENTS KINDLY MESSAGE US HERE ON FACEBOOK. TELL US WHAT YOU FEEL ABOUT THIS YEAR'S NUSSC Performance (for us to evaluate ourselves).
Joint Statement of Nazareth School and National University
January 17, 2013
• National University in collaboration with Nazareth School, will pursue the continuous operation of Basic Education to serve the Sampaloc Community and the City of Manila.
• The present basic education student body of National University will be transferred to the location of Nazareth School along Cayco Street in Sampaloc. Under such arrangement, the Nazareth School name will be modified to “Nazareth School of National University
• Through their collaborative effort, National University and Nazareth School will be able to offer their best practices with the objective of providing education that is vibrant and responsive to the needs of the Sampaloc, Community and that of the City of Manila.
On National University’s part:
• National U management is looking forward to working with the F.I. Sisters and the lay faculty and staff of Nazareth School. We believe that combining the Catholic value-based culture with innovative practices will produce a sustainable basic education institution ready to face the challenges of the future
• This collaboration is a welcome development that is consistent with the overall plan of the university to expand its capacity