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José Rizal as a Thomasian

This is a list of notable students, professors, alumni and honorary degree recipients of the University of Santo Tomas, Manila. The following Thomasians were distinguished in various fields such as public service, religion, literary arts, commerce, medicine, among others. The list includes people who have studied at various levels in the university, from elementary up to postgraduate school.

National heroes[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Pedro Abad Santos 1891 Physician and lawyer, founder of Socialist Party of the Philippines, anti-Japanese guerrilla in World War II [1]
Gregorio Aglipay LL.B. 1882 (transferred to Vigan Seminary) First Supreme Bishop (Obispo Maximo) of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente. [2][3]
Felipe Agoncillo LL.B. 1879 Lawyer and cabinet member [3][4]
Baldomero Aguinaldo LL.B. Leader of the Philippine Revolution [3]
Cecilio Apostol LL.B. Epic poet of the Spanish [3][5]
Gregorio Araneta LL.B. 1891 Nationalist and patriot, Solicitor General 1906–1908 [3][6]
Salvador Araneta (no year indicated) Founder of FEATI University and Gregorio Araneta University Foundation [7]
José Burgos B.Th. 1859,
M.Phil. 1860,
M.Th. 1862,
J.C.B. 1866,
J.C.D. 1871
One of the Gomburza martyrs who were falsely accused of mutiny in Cavite by the Spanish colonial authorities [8][9]
Felipe Calderón LL.B. 1893 Lawyer, and politician, known as the "Father of the Malolos Constitution" [10]
Epifanio de los Santos LL.B. 1896–1898 Known as "The First Filipino Academician", historian, jurist and great patriot [11]
Marcelo H. del Pilar LL.B. 1880 Journalist, satirist, and one of the leading Ilustrado propagandist and revolutionary leader of the Philippine Revolution [3][12]
Jose Diokno (never graduated) Secretary of Justice 1961–1962, anti-martial law activist, human rights lawyer, and peace advocate [13]
Mariano Gómez (no year indicated) One of the Gomburza martyrs who were falsely accused of mutiny in Cavite by the Spanish colonial authorities [14]
Fernando María Guerrero LL.B. Politician, journalist, lawyer and polyglot [15]
Emilio Jacinto (never graduated) Revolutionary and known as the "Brains of the Katipunan" [3][16]
Antonio Luna BPharm Pharmacist and general office who fought in the Philippine–American War [17]
Apolinario Mabini LL.B. 1894 Staunch anti-imperialist during the American occupation [3][18]
Claro Recto LL.M. 1914 Politician, jurist, poet and one of the foremost statesmen of his generation [19]
José Rizal M.D. 1882 (transferred to Complutense University of Madrid) Foremost Filipino patriot, polymath, novelist, and reformist writer [20][21][22]
Paciano Rizal (never graduated) Filipino general and revolutionary [23]
Mariano Trías M.D. Considered as the first de facto Philippine Vice President [3][24]
Jacinto Zamora JUDr. 1858 One of the Gomburza martyrs who were falsely accused of mutiny in Cavite by the Spanish colonial authorities [25]

Religion[edit]

Saints and martyrs[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Saint Pedro Jose Almato Ribera Auras (no year indicated) One of the martyrs of Vietnam [26][27]
Saint Guillaume Courtet (no year indicated) Professor of theology, French Dominican priest, one of the martyrs of Japan [26][27][28]
Saint Domingo Ibáñez de Erquicia (no year indicated) Professor of theology, Spanish Dominican priest, one of the martyrs of Japan [26][27]
Saint Vicente Liem de la Paz B.Phil. 1753
B.Th. 1758
Vietnamese Dominican friar, one of the martyrs of Vietnam [26][27][29][30]
Saint Tomás Hioji de San Jacinto B.Phil. A Kirishitan, one of the martyrs of Japan [26][27]
Alfredo Obviar Theological Studies Servant of God who is venerated in the Roman Catholic Church. [26][27]
Saint Lucas del Espiritu Santo (no year indicated) Lecturer of arts, Spanish Dominican priest, one of the martyrs of Japan [26][27]
Saint José Ma. Diaz Sanjurjo (no year indicated) Professor of theology, one of the martyrs of Vietnam [26][27]
Blessed Maximino Fernandez Marinas B.Phil., B.Th. 1888 One of the martyrs of religious persecution in Spain during the Spanish Civil War [26][27][31]
Blessed Buenaventura García de Paredes B.Th. Professor of theology and civil law, Master General of the Dominican Order 1926–1929, one of the martyrs of religious persecution in Spain during the Spanish Civil War [26][27][31]
Saint Antonio Gonzalez (no year indicated) Professor of Theology, acting Rector Magnificus ca. 1630, one of the martyrs of Japan [26][27][28]
Saint Domingo Henares (no year indicated) Professor of humanities; known for his contribution to the knowledge in fields of science in Vietnam; one of the martyrs of Vietnam [26][27]
Blessed José Ma. Lopez Carillo B.Th. 1919 One of the martyrs of religious persecution in Spain during the Spanish Civil War [26][27][31]
Blessed Pedro Ibáñez Alonso B.Th. 1915 One of the martyrs of religious persecution in Spain during the Spanish Civil War [26][27][31]
Blessed Manuel Moreno Martinez J.C.B. One of the martyrs of religious persecution in Spain during the Spanish Civil War [26][27][31]
Blessed Jesus Villaverde Andres Th.D. 1919 Professor of dogmatic theology and canon law, Secretary General 1919–1921, Treasurer 1929–1932, Dean of the Faculty of Sacred Theology 1932–1934, one of the martyrs of religious persecution in Spain during the Spanish Civil War [26][27][31]

Clergymen[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Ernesto Arceo S.T.L., M.Phil., PhD Rector Magnificus of University of Santo Tomas 2006–2007 [32][33]
Antonieto Cabajog A.B., Ph.B., Ph.L.,
S.T.B. 1977,
J.C.L. 1981
Professor of canon law 1991–1994, current Bishop of Surigao [34]
Regino Cortez Ph.L.,
S.T.L. 1966
Professor of Sacred Scriptures, Dean of Institute of Religion from 1974–1978, Rector Magnificus of Colegio de San Juan de Letran 1980–1986, Regent of College of Fine Arts and Design 2001–2006 [35]
Oscar Cruz H.S. 1950,
Ph.L. 1958
Current Archbishop-Emeritus of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines, Archbishop of Lingayen-Dagupan 1991–2009 [36]
Pedro Dean Ph.B. 1952,
Ph.L. 1953,
S.T.B. 1954,
S.T.L. 1956
Archbishop of Palo 1985–2006 [37]
Rolando dela Rosa S.T.B. 1982
S.T.L., M.A. 1984
Current Rector Magnificus of University of Santo Tomas, Professor of theology, Chairman of Commission on Higher Education 2004 [38]
Zeferino González 1848 Professor of theology and philosophy, first director of UST Museum of Arts and Sciences, Archbishop of Seville 1883–1885, Archbishop of Toledo 1885–1886 [39][40][41]
Onesimo Gordoncillo 1961 Current archbishop of Capiz [42]
Deogracias Iñiguez BSEd 1968 First and current Bishop of Caloocan [43]
Tamerlane Lana S.T.B. 1979
S.T.L., M.A. 1981
S.T.D 1996
Current Rector Magnificus of Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Rector Magnificus of University of Santo Tomas 1998–2006 [44]
Leonardo Legaspi S.T.L. 1961
S.T.D 1962
First Filipino Rector Magnificus of University of Santo Tomas 1971–1977, current Archbishop of Nueva Caceres, and first Vicar of the Dominican Province of the Philippines [33][45]
Raul Martirez S.T.B. 1960 Bishop-Emeritus of San Jose de Antique 1983–2002 [46]
Nicholas Mondejar Ph.L., S.T.L. 1947 Bishop-Emeritus of San Carlos 1987–2001 [47]
Edmund Nantes (no year indicated) Former Prior Provincial of the Dominican Province of the Philippines [48]
Miguel Purugganan Ph.B., Ph.L 1953 Bishop of Ilagan 1974–1999 [49]
Salvador Quizon S.T.L. 1949 Former Archbishop of Lipa [50]
José Rojas, Jr. S.T.B. 1980
S.T.L. 1982
Current Bishop of Libmanan [51]
José Salazar S.T.L. Parish priest, Auxiliary Bishop of Butuan 2002, Auxiliary Bishop of Lipa 2003 [52]
Ernesto Salgado S.T.L. 1962 Current Archbishop of Nueva Segovia, Bishop of Laoag 2000–2005 [53]
Manuel Sobreviñas Ph.B. 1946,
A.B. 1947,
S.T.B. 1949,
S.T.L. 1951
Former Bishop-Emeritus of Imus [54]
Diosdado Talamayan Ph.L. 1953,
S.T.L. 1957
Current Archbishop of Tuguegarao [55]
Jesus Tuquib S.T.D 1967 Archbishop of Cagayan de Oro 1988–2006 [56]
Fidel Villarroel S.T.D Dominican Master of Sacred Theology(title once held by St. Dominic de Guzman), former secretary to the Apostolic Nunciature, former UST Archivist, Prefect of Libraries, Spanish Department Head, and respected historian. [57][58]

Civil servants[edit]

Presidents of the Philippines[edit]

Further information: President of the Philippines
Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
José Laurel A.B., PhD 1919 Third President of the Philippines, President of the Second Republic [59][60]
Diosdado Macapagal LL.B. 1936 Ninth President of the Philippines, fifth President of the Third Republic [59][61]
Sergio Osmeña LL.B. 1903 Second President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, and fourth President of the Philippines 1944–1946 [59][62]
Manuel Quezon LL.B. 1903 First President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, considered the second President after Emilio Aguinaldo [59][63]

Prime Minister[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Marcelo Azcárraga LL.B. Thirteenth Prime Minister of Spain following the restoration of the Spanish monarchy and the only Spanish Prime Minister of Filipino descent [64]

Chief Justices[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Manuel Araullo LL.B. 1876 Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 1921–1924 [65]
Cayetano Arellano B.Phil. 1862
B.Th. 1867
J.C.B., B.C.L. 1871
LL.B. 1876
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 1901–1920 [66]
Ramón Avanceña LL.B. 1898 Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 1925–1941 [67]
Roberto Concepcion LL.B.
D.C.L. 1966
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 1966–1973 [68]
Renato Corona D.C.L. 2011 align=center|[69]
Victorino Mapa A.B. 1865
B.Phil., LL.B. 1877
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 1920–1921 [70]
Andres Narvasa LL.B. 1951
D.C.L.(hc) 1992
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 1991–1998 [71]

Law, governance, and politics[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Pedro Tongio Liongson Licentiates in Law and Jurisprudence 1892 Judge Advocate General, Army of the First Philippine Republic 1899 [72]
Melecio Arranz B.S. C.E. Chairman of the Committee on Public Works and Communications 1936, President pro tempore of the Senate of the Philippines 1946–1949 [73]
Lito Atienza B.S.Arch. Member of Parliament 1984–1986, Vice Mayor of Manila 1992–1998, Mayor of Manila 1998–2007, Secretary of the Environment and Natural Resources 2007–2009 [74]
José Avelino LL.M. Secretary of Labor 1935–1938, Secretary of Public Works and Transportation 1939–1941, Senator of the Philippines 1946–1951, President of the Senate of the Philippines 1946–1949 [75]
Ramon Bagatsing LL.M. 1971,
LL.D. 1977
Member of the House of Representatives from Manila 1957–1971, longest serving Mayor of Manila from 1971–1986 [76]
Alfredo Benipayo H.S. 1954,
A.B. 1958,
LL.B. 1962
Professor of law, former court administrator of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 1996–2001, chairman of Commission on Elections 2001–2002, Solicitor General 2002–2006, and former dean of Faculty of Civil Law [77]
Ruffy Biazon B.S. Med.Tech. Member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Muntinlupa City 2001–2010 [78]
Cesar Climaco A.A. Mayor of Zamboanga City 1953–1954, Member of Parliament 1984 [79]
Isabelo de los Reyes LL.B. 1886 Founder of Iglesia Filipina Independiente, politician, writer, and labor activist [80]
Jaime de Veyra 1897 Resident Commissioners from the Philippines 1917–1923 [81]
Enrique dela Cruz, Jr. A.B.(LegMa), LL.B. Board Member of the second district of Bulacan [82]
Harriet Demetriou LL.B. 1995 Chairman of the Commission on Elections 1999–2001 [83]
Amado Dimayuga LL.B. 1951 Professor of law, member of Judicial and Bar Council of the Philippines, former Dean of Faculty of Civil Law [84]
Loi Estrada A.A. 1949,
M.D. 1954
Professor of medicine, physician, First Lady of the Philippines 1998–2001, Senator of the Philippines 2001–2007 [85]
Peter Favila B.S.Comm.(B. F.) Secretary of Trade and Industry 2005–2010 [86]
Jose Feria LL.B. 1940 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 1986–1987, dean of Faculty of Civil Law 1979–1985 [87]
Cancio Garcia M.P.A. 1967 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 2004–2007 [88]
Raul Gonzalez LL.B. 1955 Member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Iloilo 1995–2004, Secretary of Justice 2004–2009 [89]
Benito Legarda B.C.L. Resident Commissioners from the Philippines 1907–1912 [90]
Joey Lina A.B.(Econ) 1975,
LL.B. 1979
Former governor of Laguna, Senator of the Philippines, Former secretary of Interior and Local Government [91]
Fernando Lopez LL.B. 1925 President pro tempore of the Senate of the Philippines 1958–1965; Senator of the Philippines 1947–1949; Vice President of the Philippines 1949–1953, 1965–1973; Secretary of Agriculture 1949–1953 [92]
Francisco Rodrigo B.S.Ed. Senator of the Philippines 1955–1969, playwright, and broadcaster [93]
Angelina Sandoval-Gutierrez LL.B. 1960 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines 2000–2008 [94]
Arturo Tolentino LL.M. 1937,
LL.D. 1938
Former President of the Senate of the Philippines, Vice-President of the Philippines 1986 [95]
Victor Ziga (no year indicated) Former minister of General Services, former chairman of the Commission on Appointments [96]

Military & Law Enforcement Services[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Alberto F Braganza A.B. Army Lieutenant General, Last Commanding General of AFP Southern Command
Pedro R. Cabuay Jr B.S.B.A 1968 Army Lieutenant General, Former Commander; Intelligence Service AFP, Former Director NICA
Angel Sadang B.S. 1956 Army Brigadier General
Vicente P Raval B.S. Constabulary Brigadier General, Former Commander 3rd PC Zone
Alberto I Gabriel M.D. Medical Corps Colonel, Former Philippine Army Chief Surgeon

Arts, literature, and humanities[edit]

National Artists[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Ernani Cuenco H.S., B.Mus. National Artist for Music, professor of music, composer, and musical director [97]
Daisy Hontiveros-Avellana M.A. National Artist for Theater and Film, the First Lady of Philippine Theater, performer, film director, and writer [98]
Nick Joaquin A.A. National Artist for Literature, writer and journalist [99]
F. Sionil José (dropped out) National Artist for Literature, novelist [100]
Ang Kiukok (never graduated) National Artist for Visual Arts, painter, visual artist [101]
Leandro Locsin B.S.Arch. National Artist for Architecture, architect, and interior designer [102]
Bienvenido Lumbera A.B.J. 1950 National Artist for Literature, editor-in-chief of The Varsitarian 1953, prizewinning poet, critic and dramatist [103]
Juan Nakpil B.S.Arch. National Artist for Architecture, architect, teacher and a community leader [102]
Jeremias Elizalde Navarro B.F.A. 1951 National Artist for Painting [104]
Ildefonso Santos B.S.Arch. 1954 National Artist for Architecture, poet, sculptor, and writer [102][105]
Rolando Tinio A.B.Phil. National Artist for Theater and Film, poet, dramatist, director, actor, critic, essayist and educator [106]

Literary and visual arts[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Francisco Alonso Liongson Licentiate in Civil Law, 1916 Playwright, the Golden Age of Philippine Literature in Spanish [107]

Film and television[edit]

Science, technology, and medicine[edit]

National Scientist[edit]

Businesspeople[edit]

Sportspeople[edit]

Further information: UST Growling Tigers

The Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomas holds the most number of general championships in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, 39 senior championships titles in 65 seasons. With a formidable athletic program in different sporting events, the University also takes part in various sports leagues such as Filoil Flying V League, Home and Away Invitational League, Collegiate Champion's League, Shakey's V-League and UNIgames; and it continues to produce top-caliber and world-class athletes for the RP National Team.

Basketball[edit]

Glowing Goldies era[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Bogs Adornado PBA 3-time MVP, former Ateneo de Manila University men's basketball coaching staff, former Adamson University men's basketball head coach
Sylvester Apo MVP Departmental League, Former National Team Swimming Champion
Pacifico Arsenio, Sr. Known as Little Giant of the Philippine sports
Gido Babilonia Played in the PBA for Purefoods Hotdogs, Formula Shell, Pepsi Hotshots and San Miguel Beer.
Alfrancis Chua PBA Barangay Ginebra San Miguel head coach
Edgardo Cordero B.S.Acct. and M.B.A PBA Toyota Super Corollas forward, former UAAP Commissioner Season 70
Aric del Rosario
Felicisimo Fajardo Team captain of the Philippines' national basketball team in the 1948 London Olympics
Gabby Fajardo Member and co-captain of Philippine Team to the 1948 London Olympics; first "Mr. Basketball", a distinction from the Philippine Sportwriters Association
Binky Favis Former Coca-Cola Tigers head coach
Danilo Florencio One of PBA's 25 greatest players of all time
Raymond Fran
Aris Franco Played in the PBA for Formula Shell in 1990. The oldest rookie of that season at age 32.
Alfredo Jarencio Present head coach of the UST men's varsity team, assistant coach PBA San Miguel Beermen
Bobby Jose Played in the PBA for the San Miguel Beermen, Alaska Aces, Ginebra San Miguel and Tanduay Rhum.
Gilbert Lao PBA Sta. Lucia Realtors Center
Christian Luanzon
Francisco Maristela
Larry Mumar Member of the Philippine national basketball team in 1948 Summer Olympics & 1954 FIBA World Championship.
Rey Obias
Iago Raterta
Julian Rabbi Tomacruz Played in the PBA for the San Miguel Beermen in 1992.
Edmund Yee

1990s (4-peat era)[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Ernesto Ballesteros
Rudolph Belmonte
Christopher Cantonjos MVP, UAAP Season 58; assistant coach of UST Growling Tigers
Bal David Former starting point guard of Ginebra San Miguel (now Barangay Ginebra Kings)
Lester del Rosario Current assistant coach of the JRU Heavy Bombers
Dennis Espino MVP, UAAP Season 56 and 57; currently playing for the Powerade Tigers
Rey Evangelista Former captain of the Purefoods Tender Juicy Giants
Patrick Roy Fran Currently playing for Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters
Gerard Francisco retired PBA player; MVP, UAAP Season 57
Bong Hawkins Star forward of the Tiger Cubs, played for the PHCR Altas in college, and the Alaska Aces in the PBA
Henry Ong
Edmund Reyes
Dale Singson Played for the Alaska Aces
Siot Tanquingcen Current head coach of the San Miguel Beermen
Richard Yee Currently playing for Barako Bull Energy Boosters

2000s[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Dylan Ababou MVP, UAAP Season 72; Mythical 5, UAAP Season 72; member, 2006 UAAP championship team; currently playing for Smart Gilas Pilipinas
Francis Allera Member, 2006 UAAP championship team; currently playing in the PBA
Cyrus Baguio Known as the Master Showman of the UAAP during his Tiger Days because of his high-flying dunks and clutch plays, currently playing in the PBA
Mark Canlas member, 2006 UAAP championship team; currently playing for PBA Developmental League
Jun Cortez Two-time Juniors' MVP, UAAP Season 63 and 64; member, 2006 UAAP championship team
Jervy Cruz MVP, UAAP Season 70; Mythical 5, UAAP Season 69, 70, and 71; member, 2006 UAAP championship team; currently playing for Rain or Shine Elasto Painters
John Paul Cuan Two-time UAAP assists leader, UAAP Season 69 and 70; member, 2006 UAAP championship team
Aries Dimaunahan Currently playing for Alaska Aces
June Dizon 2006 UAAP championship team
Jojo Duncil MVP, UAAP Season 69; member, 2006 UAAP championship team; currently playing for Petron Blaze Boosters
Alwyn Espiritu Juniors' MVP, UAAP Season 61
Allan Evangelista Team captain of the 2006 UST Growling Tigers men's basketball; member, 2006 UAAP championship team
Niño Gelig Played for the Welcoat Dragons in the PBA
Jeric Teng Rookie of the Year UAAP Season 72; PCCL 2012 Finals MVP; PCCL 2012 Mythical Five. Currently playing for Rain or Shine Elasto Painters
Christian Luanzon Played for the Alaska Aces in the PBA

Volleyball[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Mary Jean Balse B.S.Comm. Rookie of the Year, UAAP Season 67; Best attacker, UAAP Season 70; Shakey's V-League three-time MVP [108][109]
Venus Bernal B.S.Comm. National team player; MVP, UAAP Season 69 [109][110]
Rubie De Leon (no year indicated) Former Member of the Philippines Women's National Team [109]
Kate Co Yu Kang 2008 Best receiver, Shakey's V-League 1st Season 1st Conference [109][111]
Vince Raphael Q. Trinidad 2010 Three-time best server, MVP, UAAP Season 71 [112]
Rhea Katrina Dimaculangan B.S.S.S. 2012 Best server and MVP, UAAP Season 72 [112]
Lilet Mabbayad (no year indicated) Rookie of the Year, UAAP Season 68 [109]
Aiza Maizo B.S.F.T 2011 Three-time MVP in Shakey's V-League,Shakey's V-league season 5 conference 2 Best Server, Season 6 conference 1 Best blocker, season 6 conference 2 conference MVP and finals MVP, Season 7 conference 1 Best attacker and Finals MVP,UAAP Season 71 Best attacker, UAAP Season 73 Best scorer and best receiver [112]
Joyce Pano (no year indicated) Best server, Shakey's V-League 1st Season 1st Conference [113]
Henry James Pecaña 2011 Best receiver, UAAP season 71; Finals MVP, UAAP Season 72 [112]
Roxanne Pimentel (no year indicated) Former member of the national team [114]
Aron Joseph V. Tenoso 2012 Rookie of the Year, UAAP Season 70; Best attacker, UAAP Season 79; Finals MVP, UAAP Season 79 [112]
Mozzy Ravena 1991 Former middle blocker for UST and the national team; UAAP and V-League Commentator [115]
Nazareno Roque (no year indicated) MVP, UAAP Season 70 [116]
Ma. Angeli Tabaquero A.B. major in Comm.Arts 2010 Member of the national team [112]
Denise Patricia Tan A.B. major in Comm.Arts Best setter, UAAP Season 69 [109]
John Paul Torres 2010 Best scorer, UAAP Season 73; Best attacker, UAAP Season 73; Most Valuable Player, UAAP Season 73 [112]
Alyssa Valdez H.S. 2011 MVP, UAAP Season 71 and 72; Junior Athlete of the Year, UAAP Season 71 [117]

Taekwondo[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Ananias Abriza, Jr. A.B. major in Comm.Arts 2000 Head instructor, Kaizen Taekwondo Philippines [118]
Donald Geisler A.B. major in Comm.Arts Member, national team; gold medalist, 2005 Southeast Asian Games and 2004 Summer Olympics [119]
Tshomlee Go B.S.Ed. MVP, UAAP Season 66; member, national team; gold medalist, 2005 Southeast Asian Games and 2004 Summer Olympics [119][120]
Esther Marie Singson B.S.Ed. Rookie of the Year, UAAP Season 66; member, national team; gold medalist, 2005 Southeast Asian Games and 2004 Summer Olympics [121]

Other sports[edit]

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Rubilen Amit B.S.Acct. Pool player [122]
David Basa B.S. Tourism Former player and forward, Philippines national football team [123]
Jethro Dionisio B.S.Acct. 1994 Philippines' top steel shooter [124]
Gretchen Malalad A.B. major in Comm.Arts Karate player, gold medalist, 2005 Southeast Asian Games; broadcast journalist [125]
Antonio Siddayao A.B. Dean of Filipino sportswriters [126]

Academe[edit]

The UST Rectors[edit]

Legend:
     – Rector without double term service but served for two or more terms
     – Rector with double term service and served for three or more terms
     – Rector with double term service only
  ^  – Acting rector
  2  – Served for nth term
  X  – Served as an acting rector for a short period of time; is not counted
# Order Term Name
College rectors (April 1611–November 1645)
1 1 1612–1616 Fr. Domingo González, O.P.
1
2 2 1616–1617 Fr. Lorenzo de Porras, O.P.
3 3 1617–1619 Fr. Antonio Gutierrez, O.P.
4 4 1619–1621 Fr. Baltasar Fort, O.P.
5 5 1621–1625 Fr. Tomás de Villar, O.P.
6 6 1625–1626 Fr. Lucas García, O.P.
7 7 1626–1633 Fr. Domingo Gonzáles, O.P.
2
8 8 1633–1637 Fr. Francisco de Herrera, O.P.
9 9 1637–1639 Fr. Francisco de Paula, O.P.
1
10 10 1639–1641 Fr. Domingo González, O.P.
3
11 11 1641–1643 Fr. Lucas Ruiz de Montanero, O.P.
12 12 1643–1645 Fr. Domingo González, O.P.
4
13 13 1645–1646 Fr. Francisco de Paula, O.P.
2
University rectors (November 1645–present)
1646–1648 Fr. Francisco de Paula, O.P.
3
14 1 1648–1650 Fr. Martin Real de la Cruz, O.P.
15 2 1650–1652 Fr. Jeronimo de Zamora, O.P.
16 3 1652–1654 Fr. Felipe Pardo, O.P.
1
1654–1656 Fr. Felipe Pardo, O.P.
2
17 4 1656–1657 Fr. Francisco de Paula, O.P.
4
18 5 1657–1659 Fr. Pedro de la Fuente, O.P.
19 6 1659–1661 Fr. Andrés de Haro, O.P.
20 7 1661–1663 Fr. Juan de los Angeles, O.P.
21 8 1663–1665 Fr. Francisco Sánchez, O.P.
22 9 1665–1667 Fr. Diego de San Roman, O.P.
1
1667–1669 Fr. Diego de San Roman, O.P.
2
23 10 1669–1671 Fr. Juan de Paz, O.P.
1
1671–1673 Fr. Juan de Paz, O.P.
2
24 11 1673–1675 Fr. Baltasar de Santa Cruz, O.P.
1
1675–1677 Fr. Baltasar de Santa Cruz, O.P.
2
25 12 1677–1678 Fr. Juan de Paz, O.P.
3
26 13 1678–1680 Fr. Manuel de Mercadillo, O.P.
1
1680–1682 Fr. Manuel de Mercadillo, O.P.
2
27 14 1682–1684 Fr. Juan de Santa Maria, O.P.
1
28 15 1684–1686 Fr. Bartolome Marron, O.P.
1
29 16 1686–1690 Fr. Raimundo Berart, O.P.
1
1690–1692 Fr. Raimundo Berart, O.P.
2
30 17 1692–1694 Fr. José Vila, O.P.
1
1694–1696 Fr. José Vila, O.P.
2
31 18 1696–1698 Fr. Bartolome Marron, O.P.
2
1698–1700 Fr. Bartolome Marron, O.P.
3
32 19 1700–1702 Fr. Juan Ibañez, O.P.
33 20 1702–1706 Fr. Juan de Santa Maria, O.P.
2
34 21 1706–1710 Fr. Pedro Mejorada, O.P.
35 22 1710–1713 Fr. Francisco Ruiz, O.P.
36 23 1713 Fr. Francisco Gomez, O.P.^
1714–1716 Fr. Francisco Gomez, O.P.
37 24 1716–1718 Fr. Francisco Barrera, O.P.
38 25 1718–1721 Fr. Cristobal Alonso, O.P.
1
39 26 1721 Fr. Juan Alvarez, O.P.^
1722–1723 Fr. Juan Alvarez, O.P.
1
40 27 1723–1725 Fr. Antonio Varela, O.P.
41 28 1725–1727 Fr. Antonio Argollanes, O.P.
42 29 1727–1729 Fr. Cristobal Alonso, O.P.
2
43 30 1729–1733 Fr. José Perez, O.P.
44 31 1733–1735 Fr. Tomas Canduela, O.P.
45 32 1735–1737 Fr. Juan de Arechederra, O.P.
1
46 33 1737–1740 Fr. Diego Saenz, O.P.
47 34 1741–1743 Fr. Vicente de Salazar, O.P.
48 35 1743–1745 Fr. Juan de Arechederra, O.P.
2
49 36 1745–1747 Fr. Antonio Lavarias, O.P.^
50 37 1747–1751 Fr. Bernardo Ustariz, O.P.
51 38 1751–1753 Fr. Juan Alvarez, O.P.
2
52 39 1753–1755 Fr. Francisco Carriedo, O.P.
53 40 1755–1757 Fr. Francisco Quintana, O.P.
54 41 1757–1759 Fr. Antonio Calonge, O.P.
55 42 1759–1763 Fr. Diego Serrano, O.P.
56 43 1763–1765 Fr. Joaquin del Rosario, O.P.
1
57 44 1765–1767 Fr. Miguel Garcia, O.P.
58 45 1767–1769 Fr. Lorenzo Sarroca, O.P.^
59 46 1769–1773 Fr. Joaquin del Rosario, O.P.
2
60 47 1774–1777 Fr. Juan Fernandez, O.P.
61 48 1777–1785 Fr. Domingo Collantes, O.P.
62 49 1786 Fr. José Muñoz, O.P.
63 50 1786–1789 Fr. Pedro Martir Fernandez, O.P.^
64 51 1789–1794 Fr. Nicolas Cora, O.P.
65 52 1794–1798 Fr. Domingo Bruno, O.P.
66 53 1798–1800 Fr. Antonio Robles, O.P.
67 54 1800–1803 Fr. Francisco Genoves, O.P.
1
68 55 1806–1810 Fr. José Burrillo, O.P.
69 56 1810–1817 Fr. Francisco Alban, O.P.
70 57 1817–1825 Fr. Carlos Abrea, O.P.
1
71 58 1825–1826 Fr. Francisco Genoves, O.P.
2
72 59 1826–1828 Fr. Carlos Abrea, O.P.
2
73 60 1828–1829 Fr. Francisco de Sales Mora, O.P.
74 61 1829–1841 Fr. Francisco Ayala, O.P.
75 62 1842–1845 Fr. Vicente Ayala, O.P.
1
76 63 1845–1847 Fr. Juan Ferrando, O.P.
77 64 1847–1849 Fr. Jose Fuixa, O.P.
78 65 1849–1851 Fr. Vicente Ayala, O.P.
2
79 66 1851–1855 Fr. Juan Bautista Reig, O.P.
80 67 1855–1863 Fr. Domingo Treserra, O.P.
1
81 68 1863–1867 Fr. Francisco Rivas, O.P.
82 69 1867–1874 Fr. Domingo Treserra, O.P.
2
83 70 1874–1878 Fr. Benio Corominas, O.P.
84 71 1878–1880 Fr. Joaquin Fonseca, O.P.
85 72 1880–1881 Fr. Pedro Marcos, O.P.
86 73 1881–1890 Fr. Gregorio Echevarria, O.P.
87 74 1890–1894 Fr. Matias Gomez, O.P.
88 75 1894–1900 Fr. Santiago Paya, O.P.
89 76 1900–1909 Fr. Raimundo Velazquez, O.P.
90 77 1910–1914 Fr. José Noval, O.P.
91 78 1914–1917 Fr. Serapio Tamayo, O.P.
1
92 79 1917–1923 Fr. Acisclo Alfageme, O.P.
93 80 1923–1926 Fr. Manuel Arellano, O.P.
94 81 1926–1936 Fr. Serapio Tamayo, O.P.
2
95 82 1936–1941 Fr. Silvestre Sancho, O.P.
96 83 1941–1944 Fr. Eugenio Jordan, O.P.^
1944–1948 Fr. Eugenio Jordan, O.P.
97 84 1948–1952 Fr. Angel de Blas, O.P.
98 85 1953–1960 Fr. Jesus Castañon, O.P.
99 86 1960–1961 Fr. Ciriaco Pedrosa, O.P.^
100 87 1961–1965 Fr. Juan Labrador, O.P.
101 88 1965–1970 Fr. Jesús Diaz, O.P.
102 89 1971–1977 Fr. Leonardo Z. Legaspi, O.P.
103 90 1978–1981 Fr. Frederik Fermin, O.P.
X X 1981–1982 Fr. Efren O. Rivera, O.P.^
104 91 1982–1986 Fr. Norberto M. Castillo, O.P.
1
1986–1990 Fr. Norberto M. Castillo, O.P.
2
105 92 1990–1994 Fr. Rolando V. de la Rosa, O.P.
1
1994–1998 Fr. Rolando V. de la Rosa, O.P.
2
106 93 1998–2002 Fr. Tamerlane R. Lana, O.P.
1
2002–2006 Fr. Tamerlane R. Lana, O.P.
2
107 94 2006–2007 Fr. Ernesto M. Arceo, O.P.
108 95 2007–2008 Fr. Rolando V. de la Rosa, O.P.^
2008–2012 Fr. Rolando V. de la Rosa, O.P.
3
X X 2012 Fr. Pablo T. Tiong, O.P.^
109 96 2012–present Fr. Herminio V. Dagohoy, O.P.

Administrators and Faculty Members[edit]

Noted honorary Thomasians[edit]

Through the years, the University of Santo Tomas has conferred the title of Doctor "honoris causa" (honorary degree) upon exemplary men and women who have contributed to the development of Philippine society through a distinct mark of excellence and leadership in their own fields of endeavor.

Name Year/Degree Notability Reference
Corazon Aquino LL.D.(hc) 1987 President of the Philippines 1986–1992 [127]
Francis Arinze (no year indicated) Igbo Nigerian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, current Cardinal Bishop of Velletri-Segni, Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments 2002–2008 [128]
Sebastiano Baggio (no year indicated) Italian cardinal, president of the Vatican City State 1984–1990 [128]
Irina Bokova 2011 Bulgarian politician, incumbent Directors-General of UNESCO [129]
Paul Josef Cordes S.T.D.(hc) 2007 German Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, President of the Pontifical Council Cor Unum 1995–2010 [128]
Victorio Edades D.F.A.(hc) 1977 1976 National Artist in Painting [130]
Damaskinos of Switzerland D.Th.(hc) 1999 Senior bishop of the Orthodox Church of Jerusalem, current member of the Holy Synod of Jerusalem [131]
Juan Carlos de Borbón LL.D.(hc) 1974 Incumbent King of Spain [132]
Józef Glemp (no year indicated) Polish Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Archbishop of Warsaw 1981–2006 [128]
Joseph Höffner (no year indicated) German Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Archbishop of Cologne 1969–1987 [128]
Alfonso López Trujillo (no year indicated) Colombian Cardinal Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church, president of the Pontifical Council for the Family 1990–2008 [128]
Chiara Lubich S.T.D.(hc) 1997 Italian Catholic activist and leader, foundress of the Focolare Movement [133]
Kōichirō Matsuura LL.D.(hc) 2006 Japanese diplomat, Directors-General of UNESCO 1999–2009 [134]
Douglas MacArthur LL.D.(hc) 1945 American general and field marshal of the Philippine Army [132]
Mah Soo-lay D.Hum.(hc) 1988 Legislator of Republic of China [135]
Frank Murphy LL.D.(hc) 1934 Politician and jurist from Michigan, Governor-General of the Philippines 1933–1935, U.S. High Commissioner of the Philippines 1935–1936 [132]
Sergio Osmeña LL.D.(hc) 1929 Second President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, and fourth President of the Philippines 1944–1946 [136]
Eduardo Francisco Pironio (no year indicated) Italian Cardinal-Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church [128]
Aurora Quezon PhD in Ped.(hc) 1940 First Spouse of the Philippines 1935–1944, first chairperson of the Philippine National Red Cross [132]
Rufino Jiao Santos (no year indicated) First Filipino Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church 1953–1973 [128]
Jaime Sin S.T.D.(hc) 1977 Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila 1974–2003 [128][137]
Andres Soriano D.Comm.(hc) 1940 Businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist; primary capitalist of San Miguel Corporation [132]
Lucio Tan D.Comm.(hc) One of the most prominent business magnates in the Philippines [138]
Ricardo Vidal (no year indicated) Archbishop-emeritus of Cebu 1982–2010 [128]

See also[edit]

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