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       My heart is filled with gratitude as I welcome you all to our SBC Website. This will surely bring us much closer to one another and unite us as one family of Bridgetines by blood and by heart.

        Due to the changes in the Philippine Educational System, particularly, the implementation of the K-12 curriculum in the Basic Education, the tertiary education is highly affected. We have to wait for two more years to have our regular first year college students.

       These changes, however, do not stop us from offering curriculum where students can achieve excellence in education. We ensure that we are providing our students with lots of opportunities to develop all their potentials to sharpen their minds and develop their hearts. We continue to innovate and search for the most effective ways to attain our target of forming graduates who are Spiritually Guided Christians, Brilliant Beacons of Academic Excellence, and Committed Individuals to Social Transformation. It is our ardent hope that all these efforts to meet and maintain the standards of quality be vividly captured and featured in this product of modern technology.

       As we keep ourselves well-informed and updated with relevant information about the institution, we also pave the way for stronger linkage to the wider community. With our aspiration to create harmony, we strengthen our connection with people and continue with our aspiration to radiate brilliant light not only to the Bridgetine family but also to all the digitally active populace of the world. Luceat lux Vestra!

     

    Mrs. Bernadette Ibon – Manalo
    College Dean

  • LIST OF FACULTY MEMBERS, OFFICE & MAINTENANCE STAFF
    First Semester SY 2017-2018

     I. ADMINISTRATION
    Mrs. Bernadette I. Manalo – College Dean
    Mrs. Marissa C. Agtay – Librarian
    Mrs. Baby Estefamy C. Pe Benito – Registrar
    Mr. John Jeffry M. Mendoza – Student Affairs Officer/Scholarship Coordinator
    Sr. Mary Emelita Malasmas, RGS – Guidance Counselor
    Sr. Mary Clare Leones, RGS – Guidance Counselor

    PROGRAM CHAIRPERSONS

    Mrs. Imelda D. Vergara – Education
    Mrs. Eugenia Marites D. Quinio – General Education
    Mrs. Wennie F. Medina – Business
    Mr. Ace Sheridan S. Gutierrez – Information Technology
    Ms. Anielyn S. Afable – Social Work

    FACULTY

    Full Time:
    Part Time:
    Mr. Gilbert M. Manalo Ms. Monica D. Abaya
    Ms. Marites D. Olea Mrs. Catherine L. Agena
    Mr. Leonardo B. Pedraja Mr. Sherwin R. Bagon
    Ms. Mellicent B. Macatangay Ms. April A. Casas
    Mrs. Rona T. Mendez Mr. Edwin B. Castillote
    Ms. Zorabel Maria A. De los Reyes
    Ms. Edelita C. Sunga

     

    NON-TEACHING STAFF MAINTENANCE  
    Miss Zarah Ivana A. Blay Mrs. Ma. Visitacion P. Barcebal
    Mr. Prince F. Cervantes Mr. Elmer M. Cueto
    Mrs. Leonila D. Moreland Mrs. Lily Panganiban
    Miss Genelane I. Rivera
    Miss Camille B. Sandoval
    Mr. Jerome Geli

  • REQUIREMENTS

          All applicants for admission to St. Bridget College, College Department should give satisfactory evidence of good moral character, the ability and willingness to develop his/her talents to the fullest and a sincere concern for a person’s worth and dignity and the integrity of creation.

    1. INCOMING FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS Incoming First Year College Students are required to submit the following requirements:
      1. Report Card (original copy)
      2. Baptismal Certificate (original copy & photocopy)
      3. Birth Certificate (original copy & photocopy)
      4. Certificate of Good Moral Character (original copy)
    2. TRANSFEREES
      Transferees are required to submit the following requirements:
    1. Transcript of Records (original copy)
    2. Baptismal Certificate (original copy & photocopy)
    3. Birth Certificate (original copy & photocopy)
    4. Certificate of Honorable Dismissal (original copy)
    • RETURNING STUDENTS
      Returning students should see the Registrar for evaluation of grades.

    SCHOLARSHIPS

    1. STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SAP)
      This is granted to a limited number of students in financial need who have academic ability and leadership qualities.
    2. ENTRANT SCHOLARS
      High school students who graduated Valedictorian are given 100% tuition discount. Salutatorians are given 50% tuition discount. However, they should be graduates in a class of at least 30 students.These scholarships may be renewed if the student maintains the following:
    Honors
    Average No Grade Below
    Valedictorian 1.50 (94 – 96) 2.00 ( 87-89)
    Salutatorian 1.75 (90 – 93) 2.25 (84-86)

    » A failing grade and/or a serious misconduct automatically disqualify a student from the scholarship.

  • A. DAY SESSION

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

    Major in:

    • Human Resource and Development Management
    • Financial Management
    • Marketing Management

    2 Years HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT

    BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

    Major in:

    • Biological Science
    • English
    • Mathematics
    • MAPEH
    • Technology & Livelihood Education
    • Values Education

    BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

    Major in:

    • Content Course
    • Early Childhood Education

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL WORK
    2 Years CERTIFICATE IN SOCIAL WORK

    TEACHER CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

    B. EVENING SESSION

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

    • Content Course
    • Early Childhood Education

    CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTER SECRETARIAL