As Witnesses to the Word, Carolinians in society are recognizable by their contribution as the "light," "salt," and "yeast" of the Gospel.
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USC welcomes Toyo University students
The Office of External Relations and the USC Language Academy welcome thirty-four students from the Department of Regional Development Studies of Toyo University (Japan) for a five-week intensive English language course from October 7 to November 12, 2017.
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Joint DOST-ERDT/AEESEAP/ICSEE conference
Join the 14th Department of Science and Technology-Engineering Research and Development for Technology (DOST-ERDT) joint conference with the 2017 Association for Engineering Education in Southeast, East Asia, and the Pacific (AEESEAP) and the International Conference on Sustainable Energy Ecosystems (ICSEE).
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Five world-class campuses are home to schools and departments that offer programs from pre-school (including Montessori) to graduate studies.
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Carolinian writers produce scholarly works ranging from coffee table books to senior high school textbooks. USC Press also publishes two scholarly journals, namely Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society and The Philippine Scientist.
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Karen Mae Calam (2nd from left) topped the 2016 Bar examination with an 89.05 rating. Three of her classmates, namely Fiona Cristy Lao (3rd place, left), Anne Margaret Momongan (7th), and Jefferson Gomez (8th), also finished in the top ten.
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Wayne Lorenz B. Tandingan aced the Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination with a rating of 85.20 besting 309 other successful examinees.
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Six Carolinians placed in the top 10 of the CPA licensure examination including second-degree cousins Vianca Pearl I. Amores (seated, 3rd from left) and Marianito Jesus B. del Rio (standing, right).
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460th Commencement Rites
USC will hold its 460th Commencement Rites on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at the Rudolf Rahmann Culture Center at the South Campus.