Angelicum College

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Angelicum College
Kolehiyong Angheliko
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Motto Caritas, Justitia, Fortitudo (Latin)
Motto in English
Charity, Justice and Fortitude
Established 1972
Type Private, Roman Catholic, Dominican, Non-Graded
Rector Rev. Fr. Ferdinand L. Bautista, OP
Students over 7,000
Location Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Colors Blue ‹See Tfm›     and ‹See Tfm›     White
Nickname Angelicum Roebucks
Mascot Roebucks
Affiliations PAASCU, Athletic Association for Private Schools (AAPS), WNCAA

Angelicum College or Angelicum College Quezon City (ACQC), formerly known as Angelicum School Quezon City, a Filipino Dominican institution known in the Philippine academe for its successful formation of the Non-Graded System of Education in 1972. Founded by Rev. Fr. Rogelio B. Alarcón who became its first rector. Its education program is accredited by the PAASCU.

Degree programs[edit]

Angelicum College Collegiate Department offers degree programs in the Arts, Sciences, Business and Education as well as Diploma programs.

Computer studies[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems


  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts


  • Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) major in:
    • Mathematics
    • Biological Science

Business courses[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in:
    • Human Resource Development Management

Diploma courses[edit]

  • Culinary Arts
  • Ship Cabin Restaurant Management


  • Host School for the 40th Season of Women's National Collegiate Athletic Association (WNCAA) as of 2009.[1]
  • An Angelican chosen as one of the representatives of the Philippines to the 2009 International Math Competition in Singapore on August 20–24, 2009.[2]
  • An official member of the Dominican Network.
  • Attained Level II Primary Accreditation conducted by PAASCU[3]

Notable Students[edit]


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