Lyceum-Northwestern University

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Lyceum-Northwestern University
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Motto Technologia, Ars, Scientia
Motto in English
Technology, Art, Science
Type Private
Established 1969
Chancellor Atty. Gonzalo T. Duque
President Dr. Francisco T. Duque III
Students 4,500
Address Tapuac District,
2400 Dagupan City, Philippines
, Dagupan City, Philippines Philippines
Campus 2.3 ha
Colors Maroon and Gray         
Nickname Dukes
Sporting affiliations
Universities and Colleges Athletic Association of Pangasinan
Website www.lyceum.edu.ph

Lyceum-Northwestern University (L-NU) is a medical college located in Dagupan City, Philippines founded by Dr. Francisco Quimson Duque and Mrs. Florencia Tiongson Duque in 1969.

Lyceum-Northwestern University though bearing the word Lyceum is not affiliated with Lyceum of the Philippines University since LPU is the first and original institution in the country to bear the word Lyceum.

History[edit]

Lyceum-Northwestern started as a single-room nursing school at the Dagupan City Polyclinic Hospital and was then called the Dagupan City School of Nursing. In 1974, Dr. Duque acquired the Northwestern Educational Institution. From the merger emerged the name Lyceum-Northwestern. In the latter part of the year, Lyceum-Northwestern spearheaded a consortium of local tertiary schools and founded the Northern Philippines Institute of Medicine. Lyceum-Northwestern became the "first medical school of the north." The institute began with an enrollment of 19 students. The consortium lasted two years.

On November 19, 2001, Lyceum-Northwestern was granted its university status.

Academics[edit]

Tertiary[edit]

  • College of Arts and science
  • College of Business Education
  • College of Criminology
  • College of Dentistry
  • College of Teacher Education
  • College of Architecture
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Information & Computing Studies
  • College of Law
  • College of Maritime Education
  • College of Medical Laboratory Science (Medical Technology)
  • College of Medicine
  • College of Nursing
  • College of Optometry
  • College of Pharmacy
  • College of Physical Therapy
  • College of Radiologic Technology
  • College of International Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Graduate Studies
  • Midwifery Department
  • Vocational Technology Department

Senior High School[edit]

  • General Academics
  • Accountancy, Business & Management
  • Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Technical-Vocational Livelihood Tracks[edit]

  • Home Economics
  • Housekeeping Services and Food and Beverage Services NCII
  • Tour Guiding and Tourism Promotion Services NCII
  • Caregiving NCII
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Computer Programming NCIV
  • Medical Transcription NCII
  • Industrial Arts
  • Automotive Servicing NCII
  • Consumer Electronics Servicing & Electrical Installation and Maintenance NCII
  • Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning NCII
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding NCII .

Secondary[edit]

  • Francisco Q. Duque Medical Foundation Special Science High School
  • General High School

Primary[edit]

  • Creative Montessori center

Sports[edit]

  • Salvador T. Duque Fieldhouse (Indoor Gymnasium and Basketball Court)
  • 2 outdoor basketball courts
  • 2 outdoor tennis courts
  • 1 outdoor volleyball courts
  • 1 soccer field
  • 1 Olympic-sized swimming pool and 1 regular Pool