Saint Paul University Quezon City
|St. Paul University Quezon City (SPUQC)|
|Type||Private Roman Catholic|
|President||Sister Ma. Nilda Masirag, SPC|
|Location||Aurora Boulevard cor. Gilmore Avenue, New Manila, Quezon City, Philippines|
St. Paul University Quezon City, formerly known as St. Paul College Quezon City, used to be a women's college in Quezon City, Philippines. The university started accepting male students in SY 2006-2007.
The college was established as St. Paul College Quezon City Branch in 1946. The founders were the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres (SPC), a congregation founded in Chartres, France, by Father Louis Chauvet in 1696.
1904 – On October 29, 1904, seven Sisters of the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres, France established its first foundation in the Philippines in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines. The Sisters, coming from their mission in Vietnam, responded to the invitation of the Most Reverend Frederick Rooker of the Diocese of Iloilo, to which Dumaguete then belonged. The seven Sisters; Mother Marthe de St. Paul, Superior, Sr. Marie Louise du Sacre Couer, Sr. Ange Marie, Sr. Anne de la Croix, Sr. Charles de Genes, Sr. Catherine, and Sr. Josephine. St. Paul’s College, Dumaguete was founded as St. Paul Academy, becoming the first St. Paul’s College in the Philippines.
St. Paul Academy which was located near the Cathedral, accepted boys and girls and prepared them for their First Holy Communion. The Sisters were installed in the old Convent of the Augustinian Recollects that Bishop Rooker had offered. The Parish Priest transferred his residence somewhere else.
January 9, 1905, the new school opened with 30 girls (15 of whom were aged 15 to 20), four of them were boarders, and six boys. Children, women, and young men came to the school for religious instruction. Besides the regular academic courses, there were supplementary classes in music, drawing, painting, French, sewing, and embroidery. The medium of instruction was English. However, since the Americans had been in the Philippines only for five years, very few pupils were acquainted with the language. Hence, the Sisters were obliged to learn Visayan and Spanish to be able to communicate with their charges.
The High School Department opened in 1920. The first High School graduation took place in 1925 with the intent of taking over a boarding school which at the time housed 26 girls. These obstacles aside, the curriculum quickly was adopted and expanded and the elementary school grew into a larger school and then a larger school soon further education was needed. The first St. Paul High School was opened in 1920 with their first graduating class in 1925.
The college enjoys full autonomy status from the Commission on Higher Education of the Philippines. It was also awarded a Level III Accreditation (the second highest possible level) by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU).
Basic Education 
- High School
Tertiary Education 
- College of Arts, Sciences and Education (CASE)
- Mass Communications
- Religious Education
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- College of Business and Technology (CBT)
- Business Administration major in:
- Human Resource
- Management Accounting
- Hotel and Restaurant Management
- Information Technology
- Business Administration major in:
- Center for Career Development (2-year Vocational Courses)
- Executive Assistant
- Hotel and Restaurant Service
- Massage Therapy
Notable alumni 
- Rhea Santos (Mass Communications Batch 2000) - GMA-7 newscaster
- Jackie Lou Blanco - actress
- Tootsie Guevara (Hotel and Restaurant Management Batch 2003) - former ABS-CBN actress, singer and recording artist
- Weng Hidalgo - TV5 reporter
- Alex Gonzaga (High School Batch 2005) - TV5 host and actress
- Patricia Ann Roque - (High School Batch 2005) - TV5 reporter
- Zsa Zsa Padilla - singer
- Liezl Castro - newscaster (ABS CBN) HS 1987
- Cherie Mercado - (High School Batch 1990) - TV5 newscaster
- Official prospectus, St. Paul University Quezon City, 2006.