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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Student Care and Wellness

Guidance and Counseling

The HEU Guidance and Counseling Office aims to develop holistic and empowered students to help give meaning and direction to their own lives and become productive Christians and members of society. The office guides them by:

  • heightening awareness of themselves and others
  • developing their confidence so they can take on responsibilities for their personal growth
  • promoting social involvement, peace, justice and concern for the environment integrating these values in their lives

Visit the HEU Guidance and Counseling Office to learn more about their services.

REQUEST FOR COUNSELING

Accomplish the Request for Counseling Appointment Form and email to mcheuguidance@mc.edu.ph. You will receive a text message with the confirmation of receipt of your request and your appointment schedule.

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  • Email
    mcheuguidance@mc.edu.ph
  • Phone
    (+632) 8 930-MCQC (6272) local 2165
  • Telefax
    (+632) 3 435-9240 local 246
  • Location
    2F Caritas Building, Higher Education Unit

Integrated Lifestyle and Wellness (ILAW) Center

The ILAW Center provides programs and services that aim to educate, promote, and provide holistic health among the school's employees, students, and the public. An integrated approach is espoused in ILAW, which encompasses the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual wellness of the individual. In Filipino, ILAW means light-a source of energy that can transform or create power and wellness, hence the center’s name.

Students are welcome to join ILAW activities and avail of their services. Here are some of the things you can do at the ILAW Center:

  • Use the gym equipment
  • Join group fitness classes like Zumba, HIIT, and Yoga
  • Rent sports equipment like table tennis or badminton

Visit the ILAW Center website for more information.

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  • Phone
    (+632) 8 930-MCQC (6272) local 1134
  • Email
    ilawcenter@mc.edu.ph
  • Location
    4F Paz Adriano Building

Clinic Services

The school clinic aims to ensure access to primary health care, provide a system for dealing with crisis medical situations, provide health screening, and provide systems for identification and solution of students' health and educational problems.

Most services are on a drop-in basis with no appointment required during school days and within school hours.

You may see the school physicians and nurses for:

  • annual health exams
  • illnesses or injuries
  • counseling
  • investigation of physical complaints
  • stress related symptoms or illnesses
  • any other health or illness inquires
  • Phone
    (+632) 8 930-MCQC (6272) local 1096
  • Location
    1F MMJ Building, Higher Education Unit

Office of the Student Support Program

and other relevant support and services office endeavors to:

  1. Ensure that all students have every opportunity to succeed in their academic pursuits as active members of the community;
  2. Make sure that students enjoy a balance of academic and extra/co-curricular activities for their holistic development;
  3. Extend support to students with special needs for them to understand and know their rights and responsibilities as community members of the institution;
  4. Ensure that the student-residents are provided a safe and comfortable living environment where they can socialize, study, and reach their potentials as members of the institution. 
  5. Guarantee the welfare of international students particularly in their integration to their respective courses and in the understanding and appreciation of the Filipino culture; 
  6. Ensure that the students who are sent abroad for studies fully develop their potentials as students and adapt successfully in a different environment; and
  7. Ensure that faculty and staff are sensitive to the needs of all students in the campus.

Scope:
This policy is applicable to all students of Miriam College (local, international and those with special needs).

 

Read the Implementing Guidelines

  • Phone
    +63 2 930-MCQC (6272) local 8250
  • Email
    mui@mc.edu.ph
  • Location
    120 MMJ Building