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Deadline for Application for Shifting to other Programs
Release of Shifting Results
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Deadline for Request for Completion of "C" and "INC" Grades
Deadline for Cancellation of Enrollment without Refund
Deadline for Individual Dropping of Courses

Last December 11, Riza Loren M. Carrillo brought home the Grand Winner title in the Miss Finest Model Philippines 2016, which happened at the Tanghalang Pasigueño, Pasig City. Despite her lack of experience in modeling, the Grade 12 Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM) student made it to the top, even with roughly 40 more experienced contenders competing for the title.

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An American golfer named Patty Berg once said that “desire, dedication, determination, concentration, and the will to win” are what make a champion. The same can be applied to Joanna Marie “Jaja” M. Aguila, a Grade 12 Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) student, as she vied for the Mutya ng Dolores 2017 crown on April 27, outshining other contenders. Aside from being the Mutya ng Dolores, Jaja also won awards for Ms. Photogenic, Ms. Personality, Best in Swimwear, Best in Production Number, and for earning the Most Hearts on Facebook.

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As part of Malayan Colleges Laguna’s (MCL) Faculty Orientation, college and senior high school (SHS) instructors and professors attended a Center for Guidance and Counseling (CGC)-initiated seminar entitled Sui Generis: Identify & Embrace Students with Autism and Special Needs last June 6, 2017. Even though MCL neither offers special education nor has inclusive facilities to accommodate the needs of all kinds of students, the institute is mindful of the students who need special attention, believing that they deserve the same quality of education.

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A total of 240 incoming Grade 11 students experienced life at Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) through the MCL Summer Camp 2017 last May 8-12. On the first day, the attendees went through an orientation where they received firsthand information from the Supreme Student Council (SSC) President-elect Andrew R. De Jesus, followed by the Senior High School (SHS) Student Council President Reginald A. Lunar and MCL-Learning Environments and Innovations (LEI) Director Prof. Abigail Joy Rodelas-Angelia. Andrew greeted the attendees with opening remarks, giving them attitude-related “survival tips” in MCL. “Number one, be yourself. Here in MCL, you don’t need to portray a fake image just to fit in because everybody fits in just right. Number two, be approachable. Always smile. Number three, be positive. Remove all the negative vibes in you and enjoy being a student kasi minsan lang ito.”

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Malayan Colleges Laguna’s (MCL) 13th Commencement Exercises witnessed the first batch of graduating class 2017 and their proud parents gather last May 24 at the Plenary Hall, Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Pasay City. The 461 graduates were privileged to gain wisdom from Ms. Chiqui Escareal-Go, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mansmith and Fielders, Inc., who shared life lessons from her personal journey when she graduated college that can be applied in facing the next chapters of life. She recalled the brief history of 1983 and how Benigno Aquino’s assassination affected their generation. “When things change or become obsolete too quickly, all the more you must keep moving forward. You must keep re-inventing. Keep learning. Invest in yourself by continuously upgrading your skills,” stated Mrs. Escareal-Go. She even imparted that having a sense of purpose is important to keep the students in track and to differentiate them in the real world.

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1,717 artworks from 1,037 artists from 81 countries. Could a graduating student from Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) climb the ladder? Before graduating last May 24, Jennielle “Jenny” G. Gernale, a Multimedia Arts (MMA) alumna, made it to the top 100 in the final round of Art Olympia Competition 2017 in Tokyo, Japan. “Hindi ko po in-expect na mapapasali ako sa 100, kasi nag-try lang talaga ako.”

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Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) obtained an 81.48% passing rate in the Civil Engineer Licensure Examination held last May 2017. The national passing rate is 35.92%. The names of the passers are as follows:

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In the recently concluded LUNDUYAN 2017: 17th Luzon-wide Student Press Convention, two members of Malayan Colleges Laguna’s student publication, KAMALAYAN, dominated the Feature Writing Category of the On-The-Spot Writing Contest which was held as a surprise after the writing workshops.

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