Columban College

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Columban College Inc.
Cc logo2.jpg
Motto Christi Simus Non Nostri
Motto in English
"We Are Christ's and Not Our Own"
Type Private, Diocesan
Established 1961(Main Campus) 1987(Barretto Campus)
Academic affiliation
PAASCU, PACUCOA
President Msgr. Crisostomo A. Cacho
Location Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines Flag of the Philippines.svg
Campus

Olongapo City (Main), Brgy. Barretto Olongapo City (Barretto Campus),

Santa Cruz, Zambales (Sta. Cruz Campus)
Hymn The Columban Hymn
Colors Sky Blue      and White     
Website www.columbancollege.org

Columban College (Filipino: Dalubhasaang Columban) is a Catholic institution dedicated to serve the needs of the city and the surrounding provinces of Zambales and Bataan.

History[edit]

The institution was first known as Naval Reservation Junior College. It was passed by Msgr. Crisostomo A. Cacho in 2005 to the Columban Fathers. The first director of Columban College was Rev. Thomas L. Convery with Rev. Fr. Paul O'Malley SSC as his assistant.

Columban Sisters were assigned in 1962 to assist in the administrative and teaching programs. During the same year, the Parish of St. Columban was inaugurated with O'Malley as its parish priest. In 1965, Convery was succeeded by Rev. William F. Sullivan, SSC as school director. Rev. Fr. John Curry, SSC took over in 1971, followed by Rev. Fr. Edward McKenna from 1973 to 1975. From 1976 to 1982, Rev. Fr. Richard Cannon SSC was the school director. He was succeeded by Rev. Fr. Vincent Lyons from 1982 to 1983. In 1983, the administration of the college was handed over by the Columban Fathers to the Vincentian Fathers. Rev. Fr. Constancio Gan was appointed school director.

The Daughters of Charity took over when the contract of the Vincentians expired in 1989 when Sr. Stella Real D.C. was appointed school director.

In 1993 Most Reverend Bishop Deogracias Iniquez Jr., the head of the diocesan schools, took over the administration of Columban College. Like in any diocesan school, the director of an institution comes from the diocesan clergy assigned in the diocese in Iba.

Rev. Fr. Daniel O. Presto was appointed as school director in 1993 and later became the president until October 2005. He was succeeded by Rev. Fr. Roland M. Almo and then by Rev. Msgr. Crisostomo A. Cacho, who is presently the school president.

The School Seal[edit]

The school seal bears the Celtic cross surrounded by the name of the school. Across it is St. Columban's motto: "Christi Simus Non Nostri" or "We are Christ's Not Our Own." The Celtic cross is sometimes called the wheel cross because of the circle at the center connecting the beams. The circle is a symbol for God who unites all men in His love. The cross represents Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who is the foundation of Christian Life.

Degrees offered[edit]

Columban College-Main Campus[edit]

Graduate School[edit]

  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
  • Master in Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master in Public Management (MPM)
  • Master of Arts in Education
    • Major in:
      • Educational Administration (MAED)
      • English Language (MALT)
      • Science Education (MASE)
      • Religious Education (MARE)

College of Business and Accountancy[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
    • Major in
      • Management (BSBA-M)
      • Financial Management (BSBA-FM)
      • Marketing Management (BSBA- MM)
      • Human Resources Management and Development (BSBA - HRMD)
      • Operation Management (BSBA -OM)
      • Cosmetic Management (BSBA-CM)
  • Bachelor of Science in Tourism (BST)
  • Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM)

College of Computer Studies[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Office Administration (BSOA)
  • Bachelor in Library and Information Science (BLIS)
  • Associate in Computer Technology (ACT), two-year course

College of Arts and Sciences/Education[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (BSM)
  • Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW)
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd)
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd)
    • Major in:
      • Biological Science
      • English
      • Filipino
      • Mathematics
      • Social Studies
      • Religious and Values Education
      • Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health
  • Bachelor of Arts (AB)
    • Major in:
      • English
      • Communication
      • Political Science

Industrial Technology Center[edit]

Short courses (3–5 months)

K-12 Curriculum[edit]

  • Pre-school
  • Elementary
  • Junior High School
  • Senior High School

Columban College-Barretto Campus[edit]

College of Engineering[edit]

College of Architecture[edit]

College of Nursing[edit]

K-12 Curriculum[edit]

  • Pre-school
  • Elementary
  • Junior High School

Sta. Cruz Campus[edit]

Undergraduate courses[edit]

Bachelor of Arts Major in English