De La Salle University – Dasmariñas
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|De La Salle University - Dasmariñas|
|Pamantasang De La Salle Dasmariñas|
|Religious affiliation||Catholic Church (Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools), Lasallian|
|President||Br. Augustine L. Boquer FSC|
|Location||Dasmariñas City, Cavite, Philippines|
|Campus||Suburban, 27 hectares|
|Hymn||Hail to De La Salle|
|Colors||Green and White|
|Sports||UNIGAMES, NCRAA, UCAA, PRISAA|
|Affiliations||De La Salle Philippines|
De La Salle University – Dasmariñas (Tagalog: Pamantasang De La Salle-Dasmariñas) (also referred to as DLSU-D or La Salle-Dasma) is a member institution of De La Salle Philippines located in Dasmariñas City, Cavite. It was established on July 18, 1977 as a private nonsectarian tertiary school named General Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite and managed by the Yaman Lahi Foundation. In 1987, ownership and management were transferred to Frère (St.) Bénilde Romançon Educational Foundation Inc., a sister corporation of De La Salle University-Manila. It became a Catholic institution under the name De La Salle University-Emilio Aguinaldo College. In 1992, the name DLSU-EAC was changed to De La Salle University-Aguinaldo. In 1997 the institution was renamed again as De La Salle University-Dasmariñas to avoid confusion with the Emilio Aguinaldo College Cavite campus.
- 1 History
- 2 Campus
- 3 Organization
- 4 Academics
- 5 Research
- 6 Student life
- 7 Notes and references
- 8 See also
- 9 External links
The De La Salle University-Dasmariñas was first established on July 18, 1977 as a private nonsectarian tertiary school named General Emilio Aguinaldo College (GEAC)- Cavite and managed by the Yaman Lahi Foundation in Dasmariñas, Cavite. The College had Dr. Paulo C. Campos as its president. It started with the Division of Health and Sciences with six faculty members and the Division of Arts and Sciences served by nine faculty members. Offered during its first semester were the following courses: Education and Elementary Education, Secretarial Administration, Nursing, Foods and Nutrition, Midwifery, Radiologic Technology and Business Administration.
Technical courses were later included in its program offerings to help the youth of the community who could not afford a costly four-year college education and to train them to be skilled and valuable citizens of the society. These courses included Agriculture Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics Technology, and Refrigeration and Air-conditioning. Furthermore, a commitment to improve the lives of the underprivileged sectors of the community motivated GEAC-Cavite to offer courses in Dressmaking, High Speed Machine Operation and Ceramics structured either for six months or two of intensive study and training.
In the following year, owing to the permit granted by Minister Juan Manuel of the Ministry of Education and Culture, GEAC-Cavite opened the College of Criminology listing among its students the police forces in Cavite as well as the members of the Philippine Constabulary and the security guards of the establishments in the vicinity. In addition, the Graduate Program leading to the Degree of Master of Arts in Teaching was started to provide the school teachers professional and academic advancement and opportunities. Envisioned, too, were the programs for Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Arts in Education. The College of Medicine with 150 students in the first year began in 1979.
In 1987, ownership and management were transferred to Frere (Saint) Benilde Romancon Educational Foundation Inc., a nonstock, nonprofit sister corporation of De La Salle University, Inc. Under the new management, it became a Catholic institution and member of the De La Salle University System with a new name, De La Salle University - Emilio Aguinaldo College (DLSU-EAC). Bro. Andrew Gonzalez, FSC was then the President and Dr. Oscar Bautista was the Executive Vice President. By this time, DLSU-EAC, has already instigated the colleges of Physical Therapy, Arts and Sciences, Nursing and Midwifery, and the Graduate School to address the escalating demand for additional courses. During the first year of DLSU-EAC, ninety percent of the freshmen came from Cavite specifically Dasmariñas, Imus, Silang and other Southern Tagalog areas. The other ten percent came form Las Piñas. On its second year, the number of freshmen who came from Cavite and other Southern Tagalog areas dropped to about sixty-five percent due to the increased percentage of Metro Manila enrollees, which was thirty-five percent.
Since DLSU assumed ownership of the college on June 1, 1987, the enrolment has dramatically kept increasing. Likewise, the number of faculty members has greatly increased and the teaching force's enthusiasm in pursuing graduate studies became very evident as shown in the statistics of faculty members who were enrolled in the master's and doctoral programs.
In 1992, the name DLSU-EAC was changed to De La Salle University - Aguinaldo. This period saw the term of Bro. Rafael S. Donato as president. The leadership of the University was likewise transferred from one dynamic leader to another. Mr. Cecilio Acasio was the executive vice president in 1994. Dr. Ambrosio Capayas had a short stint as officer-in-charge before Dr. Herminia Torres took the reins in 1995.
The advent of 1994 was typified by the return of Bro. Andrew Gonzalez, FSC as president, who was re-elected to his second term in 1997. In line with Bro. Andrew Gonzalez's long-term plan to concentrate all the health sciences programs in one campus, the College of Physical Therapy was transferred to the College of Medicine in 1994. Consequently, the campus was renamed DLSU-Health Sciences Campus which eventually absorbed the remaining two health sciences programs namely Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Midwifery and Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology in 2000.
Eventually, the University's name became De La Salle University - Dasmariñas upon the approval of the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 20, 1997. The change of the name was triggered by the confusion brought about by the establishment of the new Emilio Aguinaldo College in Dasmariñas, Cavite, and the desire of the whole academic community to institute a distinct name and reputation for itself.
At present, DLSU-Dasmariñas offers several programs through its seven colleges: Business Administration, Liberal Arts, Science, Engineering and Technology, International Hospitality Management and Tourism, Law Enforcement and Public Safety, and Education. Its population has marked more than twelve thousand and is expected to increase in the succeeding years.
In the immediate future, the De La Salle University - Dasmariñas intends to achieve excellence in regional studies and academic programs relevant to the needs of the CALABARZON area. This will be addressed through adopting quality and effective instruction exerted by competent faculty members. Moreover, it aims to produce graduates who are globally competitive and to earn further distinction in board examinations. To strengthen research on Cavite studies, a museum has been constructed to house Cavite historical treasures and to generate research outputs on Cavite history and culture.
Occupying a sprawling 27-hectare campus in Dasmariñas, Cavite, De La Salle University - Dasmariñas is about 30 kilometers south of Manila via the Manila-Cavite Coastal Road and the Emilio Aguinaldo Highway.
The buildings on campus are located within two geographical areas - The East Campus and the West Campus. The East Campus is occupied by the Colleges of Education, Law Enforcement and Public Safety, Liberal Arts, and Sciences. The bookstore, different laboratories, chapel, museum, and the Aklatang Emilio Aguinaldo are also located here.
The Aklatang Emilio Aguinaldo, a two-storey building patterned after the Aguinaldo Mansion, is the central source of information for the entire academic community. It provides the print and non print materials which support to the fullest extent possible the various curricula and programs offered by the University.
Situated in the West Campus, 600 meters away from the East Campus, are the Colleges of Business Administration, Technology, the condominiums, dormitories, canteens, and the administration building.
The East campus is occupied by the Colleges of Liberal Arts and Communication, Science and Comuputer Studies, Tourism and Hospitality Management. The bookstore, different laboratories, chapel, museum, and the Aklatang Emilio Aguinaldo are also located here.
- Magdalo Gate (Gate 1) - named after the Katipunan faction led by Emilio Aguinaldo, it serves as an entry-exit point for students, faculty, staff, and visitors going to the East Campus.
- Magpuri Gate (Gate 2) - serves as an exit gate for cars from 6:30 am-8:30 am and both as an entrance and exit later in the day.
- Magtagumpay Gate (Gate 4) - serves as car entrance from 6:00 am–8:00 am.
- Rotunda (St. La Salle Marker) - The rotunda greets Lasallians and visitors at the Magdalo Gate with a welcoming sight of colorful flowers and plants on an elevated garden that encloses the statue of St. John Baptist de La Salle. Around it are concrete benches frequented by the students. On both sides of the rotunda are parking lots also for students
- La Porteria de San Benildo - located near Magpuri Gate, houses the Student Welfare and Formation Office (SWAFO) and numerous photocopying centers on the ground floor, and the Language Learning Center (LLC) at the second floor.
- Julian Felipe Hall (JFH) - named after the composer of the Lupang Hinirang, it is the College of Liberal Arts building. It houses classrooms, and laboratories for Communication, Broadcast Journalism, Psychology, and Speech students. It also houses the Tanghalang Julian Felipe (theater) and the Bulwagang Jose Basa which serves as the parliamentary hall and laboratory for the Political Science students.
- Paulo Campos Hall (PCH) - named after DLSU-D's founder, it is the University's science building. Found here are the Chemical and Biological Research Laboratories which serve as venue for scientific works and research-based activities. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and apparatuses, the laboratories allow students to explore the workings and wonders of science particularly: Biology, Biochemistry, Organic and Analytical Chemistry, Ecology, and Natural History
- Pantaleon Garcia Hall (PGH) - serves as the 267th Reserve Officers Training Corps headquarters
- Mariano Alvarez Hall (MAH) - named after a Caviteño hero, it formerly housed the Information and Communications Technology Center and computer laboratories until the new Information and Communications Technology Center building was erected. It was also the former building of the College of Education and now houses the Buildings Facilities and Maintenance Office (BFMO).
- College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (CTHM) - serves as the primary building of Hotel & Restaurant Management and Tourism students. It houses various laboratories and function rooms. This building replaced the two buildings, which are the Emiliano Riego de Dios Hall (ERH) and Olivia Salamanca Hall (OSH)
- College of Science (COS) - has ten classrooms and houses the faculty rooms of Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Computer Studies, and Mathematics departments, and Graduate Studies
- Information and Communications Technology Center (ICTC) - serves as the new computer laboratory of the University after its completion.
- Small Business Center (SBC) - a canteen formerly stood at the first floor, in which National Bookstore currently sits there while the Lasallian Community Development Center (an organization aimed towards community service) is based on the second floor.
- Severino Delas Alas Hall (SDH/Alumni Building) - a function building that also serves as the office of the De La Salle Alumni Association (DLSU-D Chapter). Houses two conference rooms, a multi-purpose function hall, and an 400-seater auditorium.
- Botanical Garden - serves as a research center for Biology students, as well as recreation for the DLSU-D community.
Cultural Heritage Complex
As part of DLSU-D's aim for cultural development, as well as keeping with its Spanish-period-inspired motif, the three structures in the Museum Complex was officially named as the Cultural Heritage Complex.
- Aklatang Emilio Aguinaldo (AEA) - DLSU-D's library. It houses collections of books, periodicals, theses, and other reference materials. It was modeled from Aguinaldo's residential house at Kawit, Cavite. The first building was a scaled-down model, and featured only the facade. Recent developments gave way for the new building, which exactly modeled from the Aguinaldo shrine, with the tower. The new building houses most of the collections and archives, and has discussion rooms, as well as the Executive Vice President's office (which will remain until the new Administration building is finished). The old building houses the Electronic Resource Services (the Internet nook), the Educational Media Services (which holds such media as videos, slides, presentations, and the like), as well as four viewing and conference rooms.
- Museo De La Salle - a lifestyle museum dedicated to the preservation of certain aspects and material culture of the 19th century Philippine ilustrado lifestyle. The Museo has been realized to encourage its own use in cross-disciplinary learning and growth in an academic environment, and to provide a living space illustrating Philippine culture that is linked to its immediate community, and that reaches out to those outside. Much of the collections inside the museum were donated by DLSU President Emeritus Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC. The museum building draws inspiration from the 19th century bahay na bato (house of stone), a two-storey building with stone, brick and mortar structure at the ground level, and usually a wood one at the second level. The emergence of the bahay na bato marked the remarkable lifestyle of the 19th century Christian Philippines. A bahay na bato was filled with fine furniture and objects to showcase the owner's wealth, personal style, and status in society. These examples of material culture now serve to document a range of natural and socio-historical notions.
- Antonio and Victoria Cojuangco Memorial Chapel of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary - modeled after the parish church at Maragondon, Cavite, it was dedicated to the martyrs who were killed during World War II when they took refuge at the DLSU-Manila campus during Liberation. Houses the Campus Ministry Office.
Situated in the West campus, 600 meters away from the East campus, are the Colleges of Business Administration and Accountancy, Engineering, Architecture and Technology, the condominiums, dormitories, canteens, and the administration building.
- University Food Square - an al fresco food court, where most of the members of the DLSU-D community gather to eat.
- Lake - an artificial lagoon, which serves as a laboratory fish pond for Agribusiness Management students. Here, such fishes as tilapia are raised.
- Lake Park - an open-air activity center, where most student events take place.
- Ladislao Diwa Hall (LDH) - named after a hero of Biyak-na-Bato, this building holds the classrooms of the College of Education.
- Felipe Calderon Hall (FCH) - It is currently used by the College of Education and the College of Criminal Justice Education.
- Vito Belarmino Hall (VBH) - a former classroom building. It currently serves as the warehouses for both the staff and the student organizations.
- Gregoria Montoya Hall (GMH) - named after a heroine during the Revolution, this is more known as the Administration building. It houses most administrators' offices. The Registrar's, the Accounting, the Purchasing, and Internal Audit offices are based here. In addition, most student organizations hold office in this building, namely: the University Student Council, the Heraldo Filipino (official student publication), the Council of Student Organizations, and the Performing Arts Group.
- Candido Tirona Hall (CTH) - it was one of the oldest buildings in the University until the structure was fully upgraded to a new face in 2012 to support the fast growing population of the university and serve as a temporary building for the College of Engineering and Architecture Technology. It is the former building of the Accountancy Department of the College of Business Administration.
- College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology (CEAT) Building - currently out of order or closed due to its structural stability. It was formerly named the College of Engineering and Technology Building (CET), was a newly built building finished in 2004 which replaced the Don Placido Campos Hall (DPH). One of the most modern buildings in DLSU-D, it used to serve as the primary building for Engineering and Architecture students until it was vacated in the second semester of 2011 due to its structural stability. Laboratories, function halls, offices, and classrooms were situated here.
- Mariano Trias Hall (MTH) - formerly the CET building, now occupied by the College of Business Administration, specifically the Business Management department. But due to the structural stability of the College of Engineering and Architecture Technology building, the College of Business Administration is currently sharing this with the College of Engineering and Architecture Technology.
- College of Business Administration Building (CBA) - houses classrooms, laboratories, function rooms, and offices. It serves as the primary building of the College of Business Administration and Accountancy.
- Track Oval - one of DLSU-D's sports facilities. It was renovated in 2012 and was finished on January 2013.
- Grandstand - serves as seating for spectators. Also houses classrooms and the athletes' quarters.
- Ugnayang La Salle (ULS) - formerly the Palaruang La Salle (meaning "The Playplace of La Salle"), it is the sports complex. It houses a three-court stadium, the offices of the Physical Education Department and the Sports Development Office (SDO) and an Olympic-sized pool adjacent to it. This is also where most of the University events are held.
- Magdiwang Gate (Gate 3) - named after Andrés Bonifacio's faction of the Katipunan, it serves as an auxiliary entry for both pedestrians and motorists. All vehicles must enter this gate from 6:30 am-8:30 am since Gate 2 is reserved for cars exiting the campus at these times.
- Campus Gourmet and Hotel Rafael - laboratories for Hotel and Restaurant Management students.
- National Book Store
- University Events Center
DLSU-D recognizes the role of the youth in achieving national progress; thus, besides the student services that the university offers, student organizations are founded to train Christian, competent, committed, confident, and compassionate Lasallian leaders. Variety of the recognized interest and college organizations of the Council of Student Organizations and the Performing Arts Group of the Cultural Arts Office are formed to enhance and maximize academic, social, cultural, religious, literary and recreational facets of the students. To empower Lasallian students, organize and promote activities, and represent the student body, the University Student Council is structured, together with other college and program councils. To ensure smooth and upright election, the Student Commission on Elections takes the frontier. The rundown of student organizations and government join forces in most instances to serve an example of co-existing with others and learn and teach unity. This is done through joint projects and support system project campaigns. Though thrusting on different types of skills, activities, and service, the student organizations are anchored to a common mission of molding the youth in reaching out others, especially the students and the underprivileged community through scholarships and outreach programs.
De La Salle University-Dasmariñas is a member of De La Salle Philippines, a network of 17 Lasallian institutions established in 2006. DLSP is the successor of the De La Salle University System, a similar organization.
DLSU-D maintains academic and professional linkages with international universities and organizations.
- Widja Mandala Surabaya Catholic University (Indonesia)
- Central Vocational Training Center (Taiwan)
- ASEAN University Network ( Thailand )
- Human Dynamics Asia Pacific Ltd.
- Haribon Foundation
- Department of Environment and Natural Resources
- Dream Search International
- Serviecon International Corporation/Sheffield Employment Agency Pte. Ltd.
The university also sustains linkages with local universities De La Salle-Santiago Zobel School, University of Baguio, University of Batangas, Central Luzon State University ), industries ( Philippine Airlines, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation, Intel, Jollibee-Fast Food Career Dev't. Program) and government units Cultural Center of the Philippines, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Senate of the Philippines, National Fisheries Biological Center) for collaborative training and research, technical consultancy, and faculty and student exchange.
Academic performance is rated from 4.0 (excellent) to 0.0 (fail). Grades 4.0 to 1.0 are separated by increments of 0.25 while 0.0 is immediately after 1.0.
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Grade point scale (1.000 - 4.000)
In fulfillment of its mission to be a resource for the Church and the Nation, De La Salle University-Dasmariñas extends financial assistance to deserving undergraduate and graduate students. The funds that mostly come from the general budget are supplemented by donations from agencies or foundations that support the program.
This financial assistance is a clear manifestation of the University's goal to provide deserving students access to Lasallian education.
The university earned Level IV re-accreditation from the Federation of Accrediting Association of the Philippines for the degree programs of its Colleges of Business Administration, Education, Liberal Arts, Nursing and Science after the formal survey conducted by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU). It was also named as a Center of Development for Excellence in Information Technology. It was also identified as an Academic Center For Excellence in Biodiversity Conservation by Haribon Foundation in the Southern Tagalog Faunal Region. It was declared as Center of Training Institution (COT) by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Department of Education.
De La Salle University-Dasmarinas has been conferred the DARK GREEN STATUS by the Dark Green Schools (DGS) Program of the Environmental Education Network of the Philippines, Inc. (EENP). The conferment is an affirmation of the University’s “effective integration of environmental concerns in its academic programs and its continuing efforts to improve the environmental situation within its community”. This is the highest status a member institution of DGS can receive. DLSU-D is one of three schools given this status in the entire Philippines.
De La Salle University – Dasmariñas (DLSU-D) has been granted AUTONOMOUS STATUS by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) after having satisfied the three major criteria, namely: long tradition of integrity and untarnished reputation, commitment to excellence and sustainability and viability of operations.
At present, nine universities have current institutional accreditation. Institutional accreditation is the highest certification that can be given to an educational institution after a consideration of the university's number of individual program accreditations and the result of an overall evaluation of the quality of its facilities, services and faculty. These schools are Adventist University of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University, Ateneo de Davao University, Ateneo de Naga University, Centro Escolar University, De La Salle University – Dasmariñas, Silliman University, Trinity University of Asia, and University of Santo Tomas.
The University recognizes the value of research in academic development. To cultivate a culture of research in the community, DLSU-D established the University Research Office.
Through the years, the office has funded and supported numerous faculty researches in the fields of science, education, liberal arts and technology, among others.
For almost a decade, articles, excerpts and abstracts from selected researches were compiled and published in the bi-annual journal SINAG. SINAG, which means ray of light in Filipino, becomes the ideal venue for sharing new discoveries and knowledge.
The office closely works with college deans and college publication committees in preparation for the first issues of the four(4) newly conceptualized refereed journals in 2007 which focus on the disciplines of the 7 colleges: Science & Technology Journal (COS, CLEAPS & CET), Journal of Humanities (CLA), Journal of Business (CBA & CIHM), and Journal of Education (COE). 
Cavite Studies Center
The Cavite Studies Center pursues the DLSU-D’s vision-mission of “undertaking research focusing on Cavite history and culture.” Through careful planning, it endeavors to produce quality research outputs on local history and to highlight the role of Cavite in national history.
The Center also aims to provide the community with credible results from its archival and cultural research for the benefit of interested scholars and students.
The Center is committed to provide a focus for undergraduate and graduate studies on local history by coordinating the efforts of student researchers, facilitate the interdisciplinary collaboration by promoting inter-departmental and cross faculty studies to increase the range of possibilities for research interaction leading to the development of novel directions in research, and provide maximum supervision by setting up structures and procedures.
- Acquire materials, in any format, on Cavite and its environ through photo duplication, purchase, gift, loan and donation;
- Promote awareness and interest in Cavite history and culture by sponsoring events inside and outside the university;
- Formulate programs involving the faculty and students in conducting research/studies on Cavite; and,
- Establish and maintain linkages with local, national and foreign agencies and institutions.
ANIMO (LaSallian Spirit)
Animo means "Spirit to Fight"; it also means "La Salle Spirit". The Animo La Salle battle cry was derived from the 325 year spirit of “Faith and Zeal” of the Lasallian Brothers. The Lasallian spirit of "Faith" is symbolized by the radiant Signum Fidei Star from Bethlehem (the rays of the star has been replaced with the gloria et honos laurel). The Lasallian spirit of "Zeal" on the other hand, is symbolized by 3 chevrons (like the citroen logo) from the 1000 year old royal coat of arms of the De La Salle family.
The school colors are Green and White. Green was a tribute to the first batch of De La Salle Christian Brothers from Ireland and White representing the Philippines as the "Pearl of the Orient Seas".
The Heraldo Filipino (HF) is the official student newspaper of De La Salle University – Dasmariñas. It publishes news about on-campus events and issues concerning the Lasallian community.
In the recent issue of the University's official student publication, the Heraldo Filipino, DLSU-D has a population of 15,000 students in the first semester. The College of Business Administration has the most number of students with 1,108 while most of them take up BSBA Major in Business Management.
The Patriots is the official moniker of the DLSU-D Varsity teams. The moniker was adopted in 1997, a reference to the province's history during the uprising against the Spanish rule in the Philippines.
DLSU-Dasmarinas is a longtime member of the National Capital Region Athletic Association and is a charter member of the Universities and Colleges Athletic Association from its inception in 2002. The school is also a member of the Private Schools Athletic Association and the annual University Games (UNIGAMES) handled mostly by provincial schools.
In October 2003, the school became the first institution from the Luzon area to host the UNIGAMES meet.
Its men's and women's volleyball teams have won several championships in the UCAA and NCRAA, as they are a multi-time defending titlist entering this year. Their basketball has managed to maintain a marginal success that includes a runner-up finish in the UCAA against their former namesake Emilio Aguinaldo College in 2005.
Human Lasallian Star
The Lasallian Star of Faith is the symbol of La Salle Brothers worldwide. It signifies faith in Christ and the star which led the Wise Men of the East to the manger in which Christ was born in Bethlehem.
The Human Lasallian Star first came to life on February 11, 2009 during the Lasallian Days Festival as a means to encourage each Lasallian to show their school spirit in an environment of camaraderie and shared ideals. Attended by over 10,000 administrators, students and faculty, the first attempt to form the largest human star in the world was held at the DLSU-D oval and was witnessed by spectators from the top of the CBA building and the DLSU-D grandstand. The star spanned approximately 71 meters, and occupied a total area of 2,145 square meters.
DLSU-D attempted the feat again in January 26, 2010, this time at night. The event drew in 13,000 participants: students, faculty, administrators and parents. Participants were given the glow sticks of green and white, the school colors of De La Salle. As night fell, the crowd assembled into a huge star twinkling brightly against the darkness. This moment of history was further heightened by the singing of the school hymn.
Notes and references
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- De La Salle University-Dasmarinas History. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- De La Salle University-Dasmarinas Campus Map. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- DLSU-D (2010). DLSU-D Interactive Map. Dasmariñas City Province of Cavite: De La Salle University-Dasmariñas. Retrieved 2010.
- De La Salle University-Dasmarinas Organization. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- De La Salle Philippines Sector Schools. © 2013 De La Salle Philippines.
- De La Salle University-Dasmarinas Highlights. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- "DLSU-D Grade System". DLSU-D Website (Cavite: De La Salle University-Dasmariñas). January 2012.
- De La Salle University-Dasmarinas Student Scholarship Office. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- De La Salle University-Dasmarinas Accreditation. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- "Silliman University granted institutional accreditation". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 2011-03-31.
- "DLSU-Dasmariñas Research". DLSU-D Website (Cavite: De La Salle University-Dasmariñas). January 2012.
- Cavite Research Center. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- Heraldo Filipino. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- La Salle-Dasma Patriots. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- Human Lasallian Star. De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.
- Heraldo Filipino - Official student publication
- Just Play - Official sports magazine of the University