University of Saint Louis Tuguegarao

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University of Saint Louis Tuguegarao
USL Tuguegarao logo.png
Motto "Wisdom builds"
Established June 1965
Type Private, sectarian University
Affiliation CICM Roman Catholic
President Rev. Fr. Eugene A. Arco, CICM
Vice-president Emmanuel James P. Pattaguan, VP for Academic Affairs
Rina M. Reyes, Ph.D.
VP for Administration
Engr. Delailah B. Valencia, Ph.D. VP for Planning and Devlpment
Celso L. Tuddao, MBA
VP for Finance
Principal Mary Ann A. Baquiran, MAEd (High School)
Emily T. Mabborang, Ph.D. (Grade SSchool)
Location Tuguegarao City, Cagayan,
 Philippines

6°52′0″N 122°4′0″E / 6.86667°N 122.06667°E / 6.86667; 122.06667Coordinates: 6°52′0″N 122°4′0″E / 6.86667°N 122.06667°E / 6.86667; 122.06667
Campus Mabini Street, Ugac Sur, Tuguegarao City
Colors Royal Blue      and      Pure White
Nickname USLT
Website www.usl.edu.ph

The University of Saint Louis Tuguegarao is a private Roman Catholic university in Tuguegarao City, Cagayan province, Philippines, administered by the CICM Missionaries of the Congregatio Immaculati Cordis Mariae (CICM).[1] It traces its roots from a diocesan secondary school named Cagayan Valley Atheneum established in 1938 by Msgr. Constant Jurgens, CICM, D.D., a Dutch by nationality, then Bishop of the Diocese of Tuguegarao and a CICM missionary and great educator. The CICM Fathers took over administration of the school in 1965.

University Emblem and Colors[edit]

  • Emblem
    • The herald of the USL emblem blends the sword and the shield, symbolizing the virtue of fortitude. The sword thrusts forward toward individual and community development, the goals of education.
    • The lily, symbolizing the virtue of integrity, and the cross, representing the faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, are wielded by the shield.
    • The corn and rice (stalks), prime products of Cagayan, depict USLs commitment to contribute to the development of the Cagayan Province and Cagayan Valley Region.
  • School colors
    • Royal blue and pure white are the colors of the Blessed Virgin Mary, signifying the love and life of a dedicated person close to Christ.

CICM System of Schools[edit]

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