Bayamón Central University

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Bayamón Central University
Universidad Central de Bayamón
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Established 1961
Type Private
Affiliation Roman Catholic
President Dra. Lilliam Negron
Students 2,133
Location Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Campus Suburban
Affiliations CHEPR, MSA

The Bayamón Central University —or Universidad Central de Bayamón (UCB) in Spanish—is a private, Catholic, and non-profit university in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. It was founded in 1961[citation needed] by the Dominican Order as a community college of the Catholic University of Puerto Rico (today known as the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico).

The university became autonomous on September 1, 1970,[citation needed] and is currently accredited by the Council of Higher Education of Puerto Rico, the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, and by the Congregation for Catholic Education.

On October 1982 a Multi-use Sports Complex inaugurated and was dedicated in honor of Rafael Pont Flores and it bears his name.[1]

  • President - Dr. Lillian Negrón Colón


  1. ^ "Catálogo Graduado 2006". Bayamón Central U. Retrieved July 9, 2010. 

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