Bayamón Central University
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|Universidad Central de Bayamón|
|Established||1964 (as Universidad Católica de Bayamón); renamed Universidad Central de Bayamón in 1970|
|President||Dra. Lilliam Negron|
|Location||Bayamón, Puerto Rico|
The Bayamón Central University—or Universidad Central de Bayamón (UCB) in Spanish—is a private, Catholic, and non-profit university in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. Its predecessor began in 1961 by the Dominican Order as a community college of the Catholic University of Puerto Rico (today known as the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico). Universidad Católica de Bayamón was incorporated in 1964.
The university became autonomous on September 1, 1970, and is currently accredited by the Council of Higher Education of Puerto Rico, the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, and by the Congregation for Catholic Education.
- President - Dr. Lillian Negrón Colón
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