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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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COVID-19 related Advisories

Access COVID-19 related advisories, important links, and resources from MC, World Health Organization, and Department of Health. Since this is an evolving situation, we are updating this page as additional information becomes available.

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News and Announcements


Online Learning Delivery Mode Next SY, 2021-2022

The Basic Education Units and Higher Education Unit of Miriam College will continue with online lear...
BEU Parents & Students

Depending on your academic unit, you may receive announcements through the Genyo App and Viber. You may also view some ECQ-related advisories for BEU and access important links and contact information on the BEU Community Page. 

BEU COMMUNITY PAGE

College Students & Parents

You may view an archive of ECQ-related advisories for students, browse other topics, and access important links on the College Students Hub

COLLEGE STUDENTS HUB

Employees

Advisories are sent to your MC Email. You may view an archive of COVID-19 related advisories and other announcements on the Faculty and Staff Page.

FACULTY & STAFF PAGE

Onsite Operations

Offices in the MC Quezon City may be reached via email and mobile number from Mondays to Fridays 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The trunkline and its local numbers may be reached during the onsite operation schedule from Tuesdays to Thursdays, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM starting on 18 May 2021.

Offices in the MC Nuvali campus are open from Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM.

Visits to the campus are by appointment and follow the onsite schedule. Email a request for an appointment from the office you wish to visit.

From Breakdown to Breakthrough Vlogs

The Center for Peace Education would like to 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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A Mother’s Day Sonata

From Breakdown to Breakthrough Series  |  Episode 19

A mother’s love is like no other. A mother’s touch can heal a breakdown and her wisdom can inspire a   breakthrough. Let music express the love that words will never capture completely. Let this serenade convey our affection and  appreciation to all moms out there.

Happy Mother’s Day!

You Can’t Afford to be Misinformed

From Breakdown to Breakthrough series  |  Episode 18

Communication expert, Lynda Garcia, MA, explains how we can promote health and safety through proper information dissemination. She cautions families about one of the biggest pandemic risks, viral misinformation and gives tips on how to avoid it.

Preserving a Father’s Peace of Mind during the Pandemic

From Breakdown to Breakthrough | Episode 16

Jerry Jurisprudencia, Ph.D., a registered psychologist and guidance counselor, provides the acronym A-N-A-K as a guide for fathers who try their best to wear a brave face everyday in order to protect and provide the needs of his family amidst the challenges brought forth by the Covid-19 pandemic.

How to Engage Children during the Home Quarantine

From Breakdown to Breakthrough | Episode 14

Clarissa Mariano-Ligon, Ph.D. (Col 2001, Family Studies, 2018) shares the daily routine followed by her two boys to keep a sense of balance between individual and family activities. She gives a caveat to parents who are just too obsessed in keeping their kids very busy during the lockdown.

Care for Children with Special Needs

From Breakdown to Breakthrough |  Episode 13

SPED instructor and assessor, Ditas Tiamzon, Ph.D. offers ways to help families with special children during the lockdown. As a mother of two boys on the autistic spectrum, she shares how she creatively  manages the energy and emotions of her two amazing sons.

Dr. Tiamzon is an MC alumna (Col ‘83 and PhD Family Studies ‘18). She teaches Special Education courses at the College of Education, Miriam College.

Recognizing Child Anxiety and What You Can Do About It

From Breakdown to Breakthrough |  Episode 12

Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Zairah Castelo-Corpus, MD encourages parents to provide young children with a caring and nurturing environment to help them cope effectively during the pandemic. As in-house Psychiatrist at Miriam College, Dr. Corpus emphasizes the need to reassure  children calmly in age-appropriate ways.

Fatherhood at the Time of Enhanced Community Quarantine

From Breakdown to Breakthrough |  Episode 11

Blessed are the homes whose fathers have no qualms about doing household chores. Joselito G. Gutierrez, Ph.D (MCFamily Studies, 2017) shares the three fundamental roles of fathers and how the love languages of Quality Time and Acts of Service are best performed during the enhanced community quarantine. 

Challenges of the New Normal, A Mother’s Diary

From Breakdown to Breakthrough | Episode 10

This episode is for all those who are mothers, who play the role of mothers, and soon to be mothers in their families. When a new “normal” emerges in your life, what are the best ways of adapting, coping, and moving forward?

How to Connect with Teens in this time of Quarantine

From Breakdown to Breakthrough |  Episode 9

As a licensed psychologist and registered guidance counselor, Dr. Alignay offers a valuable resource to parents who wish to connect and engage with their teens more meaningfully.

Finish Strong: The lockdown continues

From Breakdown to Breakthrough  |  Episode 8

Dr. Malou Chavez, a registered guidance counselor and psychologist, shows us the way of tapping on our inner resources to be emotionally resilient during this extended lockdown. As an advocate of Positive Psychology, she suggests that we intentionally look for positive things and to shift our mental stance from frustration to curiosity.

Rise Up and Love

From Breakdown to Breakthrough  |  Episode 7

Cynthia Ballat, Ph.D reminds us that we need to rise up and pray so that we can see this crisis through the eyes of Faith. As a family we are called to forgive, forget past hurts, and to look forward to our own Easter morning.

How to Experience and Deepen Faith as a Family in this Time of Covid-19

FROM BREAKDOWN TO BREAKTHROUGH |  Episode 5

Edwin A. Eulalia, Ph.D. (MC Family Studies, 2014) shares tips on how families can deepen their Faith and participate in spiritual practices and traditions inside the sacred space of our homes.

Clearing Meditation for Holy Week

FROM BREAKDOWN TO BREAKTHROUGH | Episode 4

“How are you on the the inside right now?” Grace Brillantes-Evangelista, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, leads  us into a guided meditation that focuses on checking inwards to clear the space for a meaningful Holy Week encounter.

Exercising Marital Patience in the time of COVID-19

From Breakdown to Breakthrough: Episode 3
Harriet H. Hormillosa, Ph.D.,  founder and managing director of the Reintegration for Care & Wholeness Foundation, Inc. and a long time marriage and family counselor, enumerates the symptoms of “couple cabin fever” and explains the three Cs of living in marital harmony during a lockdown.

Self-talk your Way to Functioning Well

From Breakdown to Breakthrough | Episode 2
Dr. Gail provides practical tips not only to keep yourselves together, but to function effectively in these very challenging times.

Work-life Balance during the Enhanced Community Quarantine

From Breakdown to Breakthrough: Episode 1
Dr. Maria Margarita A. Acosta, Ph.D. shares her reflections on balancing multiple roles, as she adapts to the new normal.

Can you help?

Our partner communities and some members of the MC community may need our support during these challenging times. This support will help cover some basic needs of those who will not receive their regular wages, as they experience in the coming months the impact of the lockdown.

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