ABOUT

Miriam College is a premier women's college in the Philippines. Founded in 1924, Miriam College offers programs at the basic, tertiary, post-graduate and adult education levels.

The institution supports specialized centers engaged in curriculum development, research, community outreach and advocacy in the fields of social development, peace education, environmental studies and women’s empowerment.

  • Address : Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights Quezon City 1108 Philippines

  • Email Us : info@mc.edu.ph

  • Call Us : (+63 02) 8 930-MCQC (6272)

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Advisories and Bulletins

If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please contact your unit offices through the directory at the bottom of the webpage.

UPDATING OF PRIMARY EMAIL ADDRESS | 01 July 2020

To our dear parents,

May we request everyone to provide us your primary email address through the following steps:

  1. Log in to SDMS through sdms.mc.edu.ph
  2. Click SELECT so you can see the UPDATE PERSONAL RECORDS Tab.
  3. Encode your Primary Email Address in the box then click SAVE CHANGES.                                                                                      

These steps are necessary because we will be sending all official school communication to this primary email address. More importantly, we will soon send the instructions and guide for creating your child's account in GSuite for Education in this email address.

Deadline for updating the primary email is on July 2. Thank you.


From the BEU-Assistant Principals for Student Affairs

GUIDELINES ON RETRIEVAL OF THINGS FOR HS STUDENTS | 26 June 2020

Dear MCHS Parents,

Please be guided with the schedule and guidelines when retrieving the things of your daughter inside the classroom:

GUIDELINES_ON_RETRIEVAL_OF_THINGS_HS_STUDENTS

SCHEDULE OF CLAIMING OF GRADE 12 REPORT CARDS | 19 June 2020

ADVISORY FROM THE BEU REGISTRAR

Please read ADVISORY FROM THE BEU REGISTRAR to see the schedule of distribution of Grade 12 report cards.

Requirements for the claiming of report cards:

  1. Student has no pending clearance. Please access the SDMS website for clearance status.
  2. Printed Visitor Management Protocol – copy was distributed via Viber
  3. Printed and completed Daily Health Checklist – copy was distributed via Viber
  4. Kindly read the guidelines of the Visitor Management Protocol and the procedure for claiming of things inside classroom which were also shared via Viber. Visiting places in the campus other than the offices where you have official business with is strictly prohibited.

All other files were distributed to parents via Viber Groups. For everyone’s safety and protection, please carefully read the protocol set by our school.

Please wait for the schedule of release of report cards for other grade levels.  

For inquiries, please email the BEU Registrar's Office at beuregistrar@mc.edu.ph.

ONLINE ENROLLMENT | 26 May 2020

Online enrollment and registration for School Year 2020-2021 will be open from June 1 to July 17, 2020.

Please see BEU_Enrollment SY 2020-2021 to know the detailed schedule and enrollment procedure.

Should you have questions or concerns as regards enrollment, email beuonline@mc.edu.ph and use CONCERNS_NAME OF STUDENT as email subject.

VIRTUAL CAMPUS BULLETIN 1 | 20 May 2020

Please click the link below to view or download the document:
 

MC ConnectED: THE MIRIAM COLLEGE VIRTUAL CAMPUS
An Alternative Delivery Mode in Response to COVID-1

Parent Information Bulletin No. 1
20 May 2020

LETTER TO PARENTS NO. 1 | 7 May 2020

MESSAGE FOR BASIC EDUCATION UNIT (BEU) PARENTS ON SY 2020-2021  | Download the full document >

The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdown periods have posed many challenges, affecting educational institutions all over the world. Despite the limitations, schools have been given the directive to ensure that learning continues. Even after the lockdown is lifted, the directive to practice social distancing will most likely remain. As this may be the new normal, educational institutions will be among the last to be allowed to resume operations. Teachers and students may be homebound for an undetermined length of time, and there is a need to come up with an online system which will ensure continuity of learning and interaction.

The school will pursue an online learning delivery mode in the first quarter of SY 2020-2021, with an option to shift to a blended learning mode if and when the situation allows. The school will launch the Miriam College Virtual Campus, a learning portal which allows access to comprehensive academic resources, consultations with teachers, student activities, and other support mechanisms. The administrators, faculty, and staff have been engaged in online training sessions to prepare for this shift. The essential elements of the Virtual Campus, such as the main Learning Management System and infrastructure requirements, are being attended to by the school’s IT team. Training modules for parents and students will also be made available as soon as possible.

There will be no increase in tuition and other school fees for SY 2020-2021. Some fees will also be reduced due to the shift to the online delivery mode. The school will adjust the amount collectible upon enrollment in consideration of difficulties encountered by some families during the extended lockdown period. Online enrollment for the Basic Education Units will begin on June 1 and classes will begin through the Miriam College Virtual Campus portal on August 3. Details and instructions will be communicated to parents in a separate letter.

Despite these challenges, Miriam College is firmly committed to offering a quality, relevant, and values-infused education, which has been our trademark for 93 years. We see this pandemic as a chance to reinvent ourselves and emerge stronger, guided by our goals to strive for academic excellence and to promote truth, peace, justice, and the integrity of creation. The Maryknoll Sisters exemplified what it means to live with an adaptable disposition. This challenge gives us another opportunity to carry on their legacy. May Miriam of Nazareth intercede for us all as we journey towards healing and move forward with hope.

AMBASSADOR LAURA Q. DEL ROSARIO, M.A., M.Ed.
President
7 May 2020

BEU ENROLLMENT | 28 April 2020

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

In light of the COVID-19 situation in the country, previously announced early and regular enrollment dates this April and May are cancelled. New schedules will be announced after they have been finalized.

ONLINE COUNSELING FOR MS & HS STUDENTS | 27 April 2020

Guidance counselors are available for online counseling. Please make an appointment with your grade level counselor via email >

  • MS (Grades 6-8): mcms.guidancecenter@mc.edu.ph
  • HS (Grades 9-12): mchsguidance@mc.edu.ph

 

HS SHARP & LEAP | 27 April 2020

Offie of the High School Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs:

The Learning Enhancement and Advancement Program (LEAP) and the Senior High Advancement and Readiness Program (SHARP) of MCHS, usually held during summer, will be facilitated in SY 2020-2021.

MCHS would like the students and their families to focus on their safety and other needs during the extended quarantine period.

Take care everybody!

VIEWING OF GRADES (MS & HS) | 23 April 2020

Grades are viewable online through SDMS. Login credentials and instructions were sent through the GENYO App.

For inquiries, please email the BEU Registrar at beuregistrar@mc.edu.ph.

COACHING FAMILIES IN DISTRESS | 16 April 2020

We are offering free online consultation with Family Studies experts on developing resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic. This is a public service of the Miriam College Family Studies Program for families of Miriam College students.

Feel free to email any of our volunteers within the ECQ period for first level assistance regarding family concerns.

  • Victoria Apuan, Ph.D.  |  victoriaapuan@gmail.com
    Specializes on spirituality, midlife, aging
     
  • Cynthia Ballat, Ph.D.  |  cynthia_ballat@yahoo.com
    Specializes on midlife, pastoral, spirituality
        
  • Edwin Eulalia, Ph.D.  | eulaliaedwin@yahoo.com
    Specializes on marriage, pastoral, spirituality
     
  • Gail Reyes Galang, Ph.D.  |  gailgalang0116@gmail.com
    Specializes on child, parenting, education
     
  • Joey Gutierrez, Ph.D.  |  joselitoggutierrez@gmail.com
    Specializes on pastoral, spirituality, fathers
     
  • Sr. Bernadette Guzman, Ph.D.  |  sr.badette@yahoo.com 
    Specializes on spiritual, pastoral, education
     
  • Clarissa Mariano Ligon, Ph.D.  |   cligon@mc.edu.ph
    Specializes on child, parenting, education
     
  • Mayang Sison-Pascual, MA  |  mayang.pascual@gmail.com
    Specializes on midlife, finances, SPED
     
  • Jowima Reyes, Ph.D.  |  jowimareyes@gmail.com
    Specializes on grief, social work, human rights
     
  • Ditas Tiamzon, Ph.D. |  dtiamzon@yahoo.com
    Specializes on special education
     
  • Seni Tuazon-Lozano, Ph.D. |  seni_lozano@yahoo.com
    Specializes on parenting, family, education
     
  • Malou Turalde, MA  |  maloujarabe@gmail.com
    Specializes on social work, humanitarian services
     
  • Marita Wasan, Ph.D.  | maritawasan@gmail.com
    Specializes on marriage, family
     
  • Maria Victoria Yao, Ph.D. |  bec_yao@yahoo.com
    Specializes on child, adolescent, marriage                                      
THINKING AHEAD ON ACADEMIC MATTERS | 04 April 2020

Dear All,

The past weeks have been unsettling for all of us. We have all been following the news about the spread of the COVID-19 virus and have been wondering what it would be like if lockdown was further extended.

Academic unit heads and some officers, including the President, had a conversation on immediate academic concerns and it was clear that there remains a good deal of uncertainty about the duration of the pandemic. We would like to share with you some highlights from that conversation. All these are based on the premise that lockdown will be extended until May this year.


Graduation

Graduation for all units will be decided upon by the President’s Council at a later time. Virtual, with future in-person ceremonies, is being considered as an option.


Admissions

HEU and HS entrance exams are waived. Application procedure and forms for all units are prominently displayed in our website. Our website and various social media platforms will continue to be utilized in advertising our programs.


Mid-year/Summer Classes

HEU will proceed with the mid-year term via modular, asynchronous classes.  BEU has cancelled all summer classes except the ones needed for promotion to the next grade level. These classes are being facilitated online.


Grading/Assessment

For BEU, final grades will be based on the quarters / standing of the students prior to lockdown. PDF report cards may be emailed to the parents.


Enrollment

BEU is working on an online registration system. Regular enrollment will commence in May. Units are staying connected to parents and students via online platforms.


The challenges brought about by this health and societal situation may be unprecedented in our lifetimes. We look forward to the day when we shall again hear from the hallways lively discussions between students and faculty.  Until then, let us continue to trust in each other as well as ourselves to be adaptable, resilient, and hopeful.  

May the mantle of protection of Miriam of Nazareth be with us all in these difficult times. 

 

OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Message from the President | 20 March 2020

To our dear MC Community,

All of us are now experiencing the most uncertain period of our lives. It is like being under siege during a state of war the end of which no one can predict. But it is worse, for we do not see the enemy, and we do not know whether it is near or far from our home.

No matter how socially and physically distant we are from the next person, our experience now can teach us a clear lesson on the meaning of “being responsible for the other.” We forget this most Christian of all principles in times of wellness and certainty. We forget that if we just think of ourselves and are selfish in our actions, there can be negative repercussions on others that can ricochet back to us.

In the midst of these uncertain times, however, we are given the beautiful chance to understand and feel the meaning of being “one body in Christ,” and to experience the deep meaning of “being one with the rest of humanity”. We now see the whole world and the whole of humanity together–at being in danger. And so “being one with others” should not be an abstract concept anymore that we use in slogans or in rallies. It is about us and others, here and now. Together.

God is now also giving us the chance to experience His presence: “For I am the Lord your God, who takes hold of your right hand and says to you: Do not fear” (Isaiah 41:13). And as you put your hand in the hand of the Lord, you will experience His peace. And within that peace, you will experience Him.

Your peaceful heart will bring you in God’s presence, and so you will also know the pain of others. He will then make you a ready instrument for His miracles that He can do only with willing miracle agents in this crucial time of uncertainty. And as you look up to Him in prayer, please pray that He also guides dedicated men of science in creating a weapon against humankind’s enemy.

May this experience of being in the most uncertain period in our lives become the most beautiful experience in feeling the presence of God. Stay safe and keep well. Our prayers are one with yours.

- Lullah
Amb. Laura Q. Del Rosario, M.A., M.Ed.
President

Institutional and Basic Education News

 

Tuition Payment Information

Tuition and other fees are accepted at the following venues:

BPI Bills Payment

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)

BPI accepts over-the-counter cash and check bills payments. Online payments are also accepted if enrolled in https://online.bpi.com.ph or BPI mobile app.
 

Account Number: BPI CA# 3081-1112-42

Merchant / Biller Name:

  • Miriam College Foundation, Inc. (over-the-counter)
  • Miriam College Quezon City or MCQC (BPI Online / App)

Reference Number: Student ID No. or Bank Reference Number (located at the upper middle right portion of the Registration Assessment Form)

Planholder’s Name: Student’s Name

Learn how you can enroll and pay using the BPI Mobile App >

_______________

After payment:

Email or fax a clear copy of the validated deposit slip or confirmation email/page with the STUDENT'S NAME and STUDENT ID NUMBER to:

Email: mctreasury@mc.edu.ph, mcaccounting@mc.edu.ph, and beu@mc.edu.ph

BDO Bills Payment

Banco de Oro (BDO)

BDO accepts online and over-the-counter bills payment. Deposit Referencing (over the counter) is also accepted.

Please use the following information:

Account Number: BDO SA#003570-0072-05
Account Name: Miriam College Foundation, Inc. / Miriam College Foundation Inc.-QC
Subscriber's Name: Student’s Name
Subscriber's Account Number: Student ID No. or Bank Reference No. (located at the upper middle right portion of the Registration Assessment Form)

Learn how you can enroll and pay using the BDO mobile app >

_______________

After payment:

Email or fax a clear copy of the validated deposit slip with the STUDENT'S NAME and STUDENT ID NUMBER  to:

Email: mctreasury@mc.edu.ph, mcaccounting@mc.edu.ph, and beu@mc.edu.ph

GCASH / BPI Bank Transfer

 Account Number: BPI CA# 3081-1192-27
 Account Name: Miriam College Foundation, Inc
 


After payment:

A clear copy of the (1) deposit slip or confirmation page AND the (2) SIGNED RAF should be sent via email to beuonline@mc.edu.ph with the subject heading RAF_PAYMENT_NAME OF STUDENT.

Credit Card Payments

The school accepts BPI, BDO, and METROBANK credit card payments.

If you wish to avail of this payment method, please send an email to beuonline@mc.edu.ph with the subject heading CREDIT CARD_NAME
OF STUDENT
for the scheduling of your appointment at the BEU Cashier’s Office.

Contact Us

For enrollment concerns, you may contact the Registrar's Office or the BEU Cashier's Office through the following:

  • Trunkline 
    8930-MCQC (6272) local 3113 or 3188
  • Telefax 8928 6981, 8927-8581
  • Mobile +63966 237 5288
  • Email beuregistrar@mc.edu.ph
  • Location
    St. Joseph Building, High School Unit
  • Schedule 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
 

Need Assistance?

We try our best to direct you to the right offices for requests and queries. We hope the list below helps!

Application to Academic Units

For applications to our various units, including the postgraduate program, contact the Admissions Office:

Basic Education Unit

Telephone: (+632) 8930-MCQC local (CSC) 3321, Lower School/Middle School 3212, (High School) 3314
Email: beu@mc.edu.ph
Office Hours: M-F, 7:30am-4:00pm
Application Procedure and Requirements: www.mc.edu.ph/basiced/admissions


Miriam College Nuvali

Contact Number: (+63 49) 576-0987
Email: mc-nuvali@mc.edu.ph
Website: www.mc.edu.ph/nuvali


Higher Education Unit

Undergraduate and Post Graduate: (+632) 8 930-MCQC local 8240
Email: coll-admissions@mc.edu.ph
Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday
Undergraduate Program Webpage: www.mc.edu.ph/undergrad
Graduate Program Webpage: www.mc.edu.ph/graduate

Enrollment & Fees

For enrollment procedure concerns, please email the Basic Education Unit Registrar's Office >

  • Email: beuregistrar@mc.edu.ph
  • Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

For balance inquiry and rate of fees, email the Accounting Office:

  • Email: mctreasury@mc.edu.ph
  • Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

For inquiries regarding payment of fees, email the Cashier's Office:

  • Email: mctreasury@mc.edu.ph
  • Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


 



Other contact info that are not available during lockdown period:

BEU Cashier

  • Telephone: (+632) 8927-8581
  • Location: St. Joseph Building, High School Unit

BEU Registrar

  • Location: St. Joseph Building, High School Unit
  • Telephone: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3114 or 3212
Uniform

The uniforms at the Basic Education units are sold at the Blue & Gold Sewing Center. To inquire, contact the Blue & Gold Sewing Center at:

Telephone: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3595

Location: MAE Tech-Voc Building
Use the school's main gate (Gate 1) and turn right into the College Parking lot. The MAE Tech-Voc Building is at the far end of the parking lot. It also houses the Kulay Salon.

Transportation & Parking

Car Stickers

Private vehicles used in the transportation of our students may be applied for a school sticker at the Administrative Service Division (ASD). Please visit the ASD to obtain an application form.

 

School Bus

Parents may also inquire school bus services at the ASD. You may visit or contact the ASD for a list of accredited school bus operators in your area:

  • Email: asd@mc.edu.ph
  • Telephone: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 1164
  • Direct Lines: (+632) 3434-0896, 3436-8956

Concerns regarding school bus operators, drivers, or services may also be coursed through the ASD.

 

Other Concerns

In-campus traffic and parking concerns may be sent to the Unit Administrative Office (AO):

  • CSC AO: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3318
  • Lower School AO: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 8235
  • Middle School AO: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3423
  • High School AO: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 8263
Request for access to grades or school documents

To inquire on how to acquire access to grades or request for a copy of official school documents, email Basic Education Registrar's Office >

Email: beuregistrar@mc.edu.ph
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
 



​Other contact info that are not available during lockdown period:

Office Location: St. Joseph Building, High School Unit
Telephone: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3114 or 3212

Child Study Center Office

For academic or student affairs concerns for preschool level, email the Child Study Center >

Email: csc@mc.edu.ph
Office Hours: Monday - Friday  | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (except holidays)

 


​Other contact info that are not available during lockdown period:
Trunkline: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3321
Direct Line: (+632) 3435-9235 

 

Lower School (Grade 1-5)

During the lockdown period, please email the BEU Office at mc_ms@mc.edu.ph and the unit principal at ndelosreyes@mc.edu.ph.
 


 

​Other contact info that are not available during lockdown period:

For academic concerns, please contact the Lower School Academic Affairs Office: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3222

For co-curricula, extra-curricular, clubs, and other student affairs concerns, please contact the Student Affairs Office: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3227

* For urgent matters, we recommend visiting the Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs or Student Affairs. Make an appointment through the telephone numbers above


Office Hours:
Monday - Friday  | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (except holidays)

Middle School (Grade 6-8)

During the lockdown period, please email mc_ms@mc.edu.ph for general inquiries.

  • For inquiries regarding grades and enrollment, email the BEU Registrar's Office at beuregistrar@mc.edu.ph.
  • To set an appointment for online counseling, email mcms.guidancecenter@mc.edu.ph.

     

​Other contact info that are not available during lockdown period:

For academic concerns for Grades 6-8, contact the Academic Affairs Office
(+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3221

For co-curricular, extracurricular, clubs, and other student affairs concerns, contact the Student Affairs Office: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3226

* For urgent matters, we recommend visiting the Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs or Student Affairs. Make an appointment through the telephone numbers above
 

Office Hours at the Middle School are as follows:
Monday - Friday  | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (except holidays)

High School (Grades 9-12)

For general inquiries during the lockdown period, please email the BEU Office at mc_ms@mc.edu.ph and the HS Principal at nroman@mc.edu.ph.

  • For inquiries regarding grades and enrollment, email the BEU Registrar's Office at beuregistrar@mc.edu.ph.
  • To set an appointment for online counseling, email mchsguidance@mc.edu.ph.

 


For academic concerns, please contact the High School Academic Affairs Office: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3122

For co-curricula, extra-curricular, clubs, and other student affairs concerns, please contact the Student Affairs Office: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3127 or 8273

* For urgent matters, we recommend visiting the Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs or Student Affairs. Make an appointement through the telephone numbers above


Office Hours:
Monday - Friday  | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (except holidays)

Learning Centers

Ballet Center

For over 20 years, the Ballet Center has been training classical performing artists. Our graduates have been accepted into prestigious ballet companies such as the UP Filipiniana, Ballet Philippines and the Philippine Ballet Theater. Our programs are managed and taught by the Halili-Cruz School of Ballet.

Website: https://www.mc.edu.ph/ballet-center
Email: finance@mc.edu.ph
Telephone: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 1145


Language Learning Center (LLC)

The LLC offers relevant and quality language programs to both male and female, local and international, young and adult learners. Language lessons and activities are designed for beginner to advanced learners to ensure maximum involvement inside and outside the classroom.

Website: https://www.mc.edu.ph/llc
Email: llc@mc.edu.ph
Telephone: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 1190 and 1191



Music Center

In 1954, then Maryknoll President Miriam Thomas Thornton granted Ms. Gregoria Cayco permission to teach piano at the school which was then still located along Pennsylvania St. (now Leon Guinto) in Manila. From that initial offering, the school has expanded its music lessons in scope and size and today includes a variety of other musical instruments and voice instruction.

Website: https://www.mc.edu.ph/music-center
Email: musiccenter@mc.edu.ph
Phone: (+632) 8930-MCQC (6272) local 3580

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