Standing strong since 1961 to its commitment of igniting leadership and excellence in instruction, research and community service, the Liberal Arts (LA) Program envisions to produce graduates who are service-oriented, environmentally conscious, and competent leaders in the Humanities and the Arts.
1961-1962. Liberal Arts courses were offered.
2000 – The first batch of Bachelor of Arts in Communication Program graduated.
2005 – The first batch of Bachelor of Arts in Psychology graduated.
2007 – The Radio Laboratory in the Bonifacio campus was blessed and inaugurated.
2008 – The first batch of Bachelor of Arts major in Philosophy graduated.
2013 – TheEditing Bay for Communication Arts was installed.
2013 – ThePsychology Laboratory equipped with observation room with two-way mirror, was provided.
The Liberal Arts Program shall be the producer of well-balanced human resources in terms of mental, social, emotional and spiritual aspects.
The program commits itself to prepare graduates to become:
men and women for others,
conscious of the need to preserve the environment,
promoters of justice and harmony for all individuals,
leaders in the pursuit of excellence in the humanities and the arts.