Facts and Figures

 

1926 Year the Maryknoll Sisters established the Malabon Normal School
4 Number of graduates in the first batch in 1930
1953 Year school moved to its present location in Diliman 
Number of lay women presidents since the Maryknoll Sisters turned over the school to lay administration
19  hectares. Size of the campus
2 hectares. Area devoted to the Mini-Forest Park
40+ Number of years Sister Miriam Thomas Thornton served in the school
1989 The year Maryknoll College became Miriam College
18  Number of Maryknoll/Miriam College alumni who have received the Ten Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service (TOWNS) award. 
 Number of Miriam College faculty members who have won Palanca Awards for Literature 


14 Total number of alumni in top diplomatic positions: 8 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, 1 Consul General holding the most senior ambassador rank, and 1 Deputy Permanent Representative at the United Nations in New York.
71 Age of  oldest graduate from the Miriam College Adult Education, the night school for out-of-school youth and adult learners established  in 1967
100 Percentage of MC-Southeast Asian Institute for the Deaf High School graduates who go on to post-secondary programs
105 Total number in hectares of the area that Miriam College’s Environmental Studies Institute has helped reforest since the early ’90s
14 Number of topnotchers in  the  licensure exams for teachers and guidance counselors at the Basic Education Unit since 2001
1,700 Total number of barangay day care teachers that Miriam College has trained nationwide through its  outreach program called Lingap Bulilit, which has since  benefited some  60,000 preschoolers.
6,134
Number of letters exchanged between Miriam College Grade 7 students and Muslim students of Rajah Muda Elementary school in Pikit, Cotabato to foster a culture of peace and mutual understanding.