University of the Philippines Cebu
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|Unibersidad sa Pilipinas sa Sugbo|
|Motto||Honor and Excellence|
|Type||National, research university|
|Chancellor||Liza D. Corro|
|President||Danilo L. Concepcion|
|158 (high school) (2013)|
|Location||Cebu City, Philippines
|Campus||Urban, 29.6526 acres (12.0000 ha)|
|Hymn||"U.P. Naming Mahal" ("U.P. Beloved")|
|Colors||UP Maroon and UP Forest Green|
|Affiliations||APRU, ASAIHL, ASEA UNINET
The University of the Philippines Cebu (Cebuano: Unibersidad sa Pilipinas sa Sugbo; Filipino: Unibersidad ng Pilipinas sa Cebu; also referred to as UPC or UP Cebu) is a public research university and the youngest constituent university of the University of the Philippines System located in Cebu City, the capital city of Cebu province in the Philippines. It was founded on May 3, 1918, ten years after the founding of UP in 1908. It is considered[according to whom?] as the University's flagship campus in Central Visayas.
UP Cebu was formerly under the administrative supervision of UP Visayas, along with three other satellite campuses, namely UP Miag-ao, UP Iloilo City and UP Tacloban. On September 24, 2010, the UP Board of Regents elevated the status of UP Cebu to that of an autonomous unit, in preparation for its elevation to the status of a constituent university of the UP System in around five to seven years. On October 27, 2016, UP Cebu was elevated to constituent university status.
The college has two campuses. The Lahug campus is located in Gorordo Avenue, Lahug, Cebu City. It occupies a 12-hectare site which was donated by the Cebu Provincial Government in 1929; however, a fraction of the land is occupied by informal settlers. The new UP Cebu SRP campus features the UP Professional Schools which offers degree programs such as Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Computer Science, Master of Education and Master of Science in Environmental Studies.
The successive births and rebirths, and academic upheavals have vested UPC with a succession of names.
- 1918: Junior College of Liberal Arts
- 1922: Junior College of the Philippines
- 1930: Cebu Junior College, UP
- 1947: Cebu College, UP
- 1963: University of the Philippines Graduate School
- 1966: University of the Philippines School in Cebu
- 1971: University of the Philippines at Cebu
- 1975: University of the Philippines College Cebu
- 1987: University of the Philippines Visayas Cebu College
- 2010: University of the Philippines Cebu College
- 2016: University of the Philippines Cebu
|University of the Philippines Cebu Deans and Chancellors|
|Name||Tenure of office|
|Dr. Nestor Nisperos||1970's|
|Dr. Primitivo Cal||1980's|
|Dr. Soccoro Villalobos||1989-1997|
|Dr. Jesus Juario||1997-2003|
|Dr. Enrique Avila||2003-2011|
|Dr. Richelita Galapate (OIC)||2011-2012|
|Prof. Teresita J. Rodriguez (OIC)||2012|
|Atty. Liza D. Corro||2012–present|
As a constituent university of the UP System, UP Cebu is headed by a Chancellor who serves as the chair of the University Council. Management and handling of the College's various administrative functions are divided between the following offices:
- Office of the Chancellor
- Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (OVCAA)
- Office of the Vice Chancellorfor Administration (OVCA)
- Office of the University Registrar (OUR)
- Office of Student Affairs (OSA)
- Campus Development and Maintenance Office (CDMO)
- College of Communication, Arts and Design
- School of Management
- College of Science
- Department of Computer Science
- College of Social Science
- UP High School Cebu
- University of the Philippines High School Cebu
- State Universities and Colleges (Philippines)
- List of University of the Philippines people
- "U.P. Statistics 2013" (PDF). University of the Philippines. University of the Philippines system. 2013. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
- Encarnacion, Andre (November 25, 2016). "UP Cebu is now UP’s 8th Constituent University". Retrieved March 19, 2017.
- "Annual Report 2007" (PDF). Commission on Higher Education (Philippines). Retrieved 27 January 2017.
- "Table 8. List of Centers of Excellence (COEs) and Centers of Development (CODs)" (PDF). Commission on Higher Education (Philippines). Retrieved 27 January 2017.