St. Paul University Manila (also known as SPU Manila) continues to thrive and provide cutting-edge and innovative education (online) from Senior High School, College to Graduate School guided by the St. Paul System core values, and the principles of Outcomes-Based Education. We are a Catholic, private, and co-educational institution located in Manila, Philippines. The University was first established in 1912 by the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres (SPC), a Congregation founded in Levesville, France in 1696.
In the penultimate event of SPU Manila’s University Week 2024, students from all college departments, along with the Paulinian community cheered for their next Mr. & Ms. Paulinian Ambassadors. The search looks for students who represent the ideals of being a Paulinian and will be the next faces of SPU Manila. They are the ones who possess the brains, charisma, personality, and character that can represent the community and set the standards for future Paulinians.
The Pet Parade for a Cause organized by the Paulinian Environmental Society (PES) marked the third day of University Week at SPU Manila, aiming to collect donations for the PAWSsion Project. Traditional Filipino games and the Paulinian Dance Troupe added to the day's festivities. The day culminated in a Eucharistic Celebration commemorating the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, followed by the recognition of service awardees from SPU Manila and the St. Paul Center for Renewal.
The second day of SPU Manila’s University Week ended with the Out-to-Groove competition. Paulinian students and employees gathered at the campus grounds to witness the street dance competition. The event was organized by the Paulinian Dance Troupe (PDT), led by Ms. Hannah Bisco and Mr. Melvin Macuha, the organization’s president and moderator, respectively. The competition had the theme “Unleashing Your Inner Idol” and featured dance performances of K-pop hits.
Anticipation built up as the University Week's second day unfolded, featuring engaging discussions and innovations. The day began with the What Ifz, hosted by Ms. Yssa Jimenez and Mr. Grant Hilario. The first speaker was Ms. Jamie Manuel, a part-time faculty member, who talked about the what-ifs of becoming a writer.
The much-awaited University Week 2024 officially started on January 22, 2024. With the theme: “Pistang Tipol: Tinipon ni San Pablo, Magmahal Kagaya ni Kristo,” a number of activities for the Paulinian Community were held throughout the celebration.
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The St. Paul University Manila Alumni Association engages a vibrant community of Paulinian alumni and friends worldwide! It helps maintain the Paulinian spirit through a myriad of yearly events and activities.