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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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Following its creation of an independent committee to look into complaints of sexual harassment in its high school, Miriam College (MC) held a series of Town Hall Meetings (THM) with its community in July to get more feedback and formulate concrete programs and policies that would ensure safe spaces at every campus level.

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The school held a series of town hall meetings this July to gather feedback from its community on how the school can be a safer space for students.

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Miriam College (MC) held a series of Town Hall Meetings (THM) in its community last July to get more feedback and formulate concrete programs and policies that would ensure safe spaces on every campus level.

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The Truth and Justice Committee of Miriam College has been meeting weekly, from the time it was constituted. Having adopted its terms of reference, the Committee is now studying in greater depth and detail, the complaints that were shared via social media and those sent to MC’s dedicated email: safespaces@mc.edu.ph.

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Miriam College-Center for Peace Education (CPE), with support from the Royal Norwegian Embassy Manila, premiered a full-length documentary "Alab ng Kapayapaan (Sparks of Peace): Women Peacekeepers in the Philippines”, celebrating the 20th anniversary since the adoption of the UNSCR 1325: Women, Peace and Security Agenda, and the 10th year since the launch of the Philippines' National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security (PNAP on WPS).

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Miriam College announces the members comprising the Truth and Justice Committee. This independent committee will look into complaints of Sexual Harassment on students.

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The COVID-19 pandemic enormously put the vulnerable sectors of our society in a detrimental condition. Nevertheless, our Miriam Spirituality inspires us to live in mission, communion, and service. Here is the latest MISMO update illustrating how we make life beautiful for other people.

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Miriam College denounces any form of sexual harassment. Thus, following the directive of the Office of the President, the school has formed an independent institutional committee to look into reported incidents of sexual harassment committed by teachers on their students.

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Miriam College President's statement on the issue of inappropriate behavior of High School faculty members.

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Miriam College (formerly Maryknoll) — the greatest gift that any religious order can give to a nation – has evolved into an academic community known for its high academic standards and its course offerings based on the liberal arts.

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Miriam Adult Education, the pioneer in Catholic adult education in the Philippines, formally announced its rebranding last May 20, 2020 through its official social media account. With the hashtag, #MCSDTECisMAEv2, the Miriam community welcomed the new face of MAE – Miriam College Skills Development and Technical Education Center (MC SDTEC).

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We are grateful for Evelyn’s dedicated and selfless service to the students, her colleagues and to Miriam College. As one community, let us all offer our prayers for the eternal repose of her soul.

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Miriam College Social Work faculty and alumni join hundreds of Filipino social workers nationwide offering free, confidential and online psychological first aid and psychosocial support services to those affected by COVID-19 pandemic and the Enhanced Community Quarantine.

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Latest updates in relation to the different form of responses being undertaken by our institution in relation to the COVID-19 crisis.

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Miriam College will refocus on in the midst of 21st century technology and challenges: that we stop taking for granted the essential things that ancient wisdom imparted in ancient texts, and that while Miriam College education develops academic excellence and competence in technical skills for the 21st century, the school will also help its students define their “life and work”. And in the process, we hope that all of us—together— will discover peace as we plumb the depth of our communal and...

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We were able to collect P289, 800 from the fundraising initiative for outsourced personnel. Because we want to be able to assist 404 outsourced personnel including our maintenance staff, guards, and cafe personnel, we are issuing this second call for donations.

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The Maryknoll spirit of “Making God’s love visible” has never been more apparent as we witnessed Miriam alumni come together to give care and support to those affected by the coronavirus epidemic.

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May I invite you to do A Holy Week Journey with Miriam of Nazareth. This will be a seven-day online retreat, where I will be sharing prayer materials and points for reflection each day, starting on Holy Monday.

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The Miriam College community is invited to join the Eucharistic Celebrations for our frontliners, the healing of those COVID-19 positive, and the dearly departed.

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Many, many years ago when Holy Week was around the corner, it would start with a celebratory Palm Sunday followed by five somber days. On Good Friday, the reading of the Passion and the Crucifixion of Jesus would be aired over the radio, and the pasyon would be recited or sung publicly as a dirge in barrio chapels.

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Eight undergraduate programs of Miriam College Higher Education Unit were recently granted Level IV Accredited Status by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) for having satisfactorily met the standards and fulfilled all the requirements of the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU).

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Miriam College and Alagang Kapatid Foundation, Inc., the Corporate Social Responsibility Arm of TV5, started the year right by formalizing its partnership through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding.

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This is to give you an update regarding our call for monetary donations that will be given to our outsourced personnel who are adversely affected by the Enhanced Community Quarantine. We have at least 364 outsourced personnel (Security, Janitorial and Maintenance, ICTO staff).

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The COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis certainly brought us a life-changing phenomenon that every member of a community has to face and to deal with. Unfortunately, it is a fact that in this time of great crisis, many members of our community are adversely affected. The desire to be of help to the most vulnerable sectors of our society is being shown by different individuals, groups and organizations. In this regard, it is but fitting to share to the community how Miriam College is responding to this over...

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The Center for Peace Education and the Department of Family Studies offer an online resource created by our very own MC faculty and alumni in the fields of Family Studies, Psychology and Communication. “From Breakdown to Breakthrough” is a series of vlogs that offers deep insights and practical tips on building resilience in this time of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Dr. Grace Brillantes-Evangelista, Professor and Chairperson of the Miriam College Department of Psychology, was conferred as a Focusing Trainer with specialization on Focusing-Oriented Expressive Arts (FOAT®) on November 29, 2019 by the International Focusing Institute based in New York and the Focusing and Expressive Arts Institute in Santa Rosa, CA, USA. She has been a Certified Focusing-Oriented Expressive Arts (FOAT®) Facilitator/Practitioner since 2018.  Her training of focusing-oriented ex...

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Miriam College Psychology alumnae Marie Angela Banez (’19) and Jenny Kristine Ferrer (’19) won 2nd Place in the Best in Undergraduate Research competition of the 33rd Psychological Association of the Philippines Junior Affiliates (PAPJA) Convention, held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City last January 2020.

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A Maryknoll College alumna through and through (GS ’59, HS ’63, and COL ’67), our dear Carn Abella wholly devoted her professional life spanning 50 years to shaping the missions and work of social institutions. If there is one quality that has marked her work and achievements, wherever she was, it is PIONEERING. She held bold, courageous visions of what needed to be done and possessed vast faith in the people who had the good fortune of working with her that they could get it done. There are ...

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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.

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Miriam College BS Entrepreneurship students stood out during the nationwide culinary competition, Oro Plato Masa. Out of the 75 entries from different culinary schools, Miriam College bagged the Grand Prize in the Dessert Category and 2nd-runner up prize in the Savory category. The competition happened last February 22, 2020, at the Music Hall of SM Mall of Asia.

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Wednesday, 5 February 2020Marian Auditorium, Miriam College

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In a world challenged by disruptions, interruptions, and even eruptions brought by advanced technology and climate change, the new Miriam College (MC) president, Amb. Laura Quiambao-Del Rosario, emphasized the need to create a learning environment where students can self-learn.

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Fifteen United Board Scholars from six different countries recently completed the Intensive English Language Program managed by the Miriam College Language Learning Center.

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Miriam has a new president! We, the alumni, and the school welcomed Ambassador Laura Quiambao-Del Rosario as it's ninth presidents on Feb. 5, at the investiture rites held at the Marian Auditorium in Quezon City. Commission on Higher Education (CHED) commissioner Dr. Aldrin A. Darilag administered the new president's oath of office.

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The Miriam College - Department of Social Work and Department of International Studies in collaboration with the Ateneo de Manila University Psychology Department, the AKAP-Pamilya of the Diocese of Novaliches and TAPI-Story launched #RememberLove this Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2020.

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Ambassador Lullah Quimbao-Del Rosario will be leading the storied educational institution into a new era.

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On January 14 to 17, 2020, held at the Women’s University in Sydney, Australia, was the Take Flight - Student Leadership Conference (SLC). Miriam College, being an active member of the Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia, opened the doors for four Grade 11 students: Alicia Ilagan, Lara Kintanar, Franky Mendoza, and Margo Mendoza when they were chosen to represent the school for the said conference.

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MANILA, Philippines — Veteran diplomat and top foreign affairs official Laura “Lullah” Quiambao-Del Rosario will be inaugurated as ninth president of Miriam College after being named to succeed Dr. Rosario Oreta-Lapus last October.Former ambassador Del Rosario served in the foreign service for 37 years, culminating in her appointment as undersecretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs from 2011-2016 after serving in various capacities in Philippine embassies in Vienna, Singa...

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The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) is set to inaugurate former Foreign Affairs undersecretary and diplomat Ambassador Laura Quiambao-Del Rosario as the new president of Miriam College.

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AMBASSADOR Laura "Lullah" Quiambao-Del Rosario, former Department of Foreign Affairs undersecretary and diplomat was named 9th president of Miriam College (MC).