• Atty. Julito Sarmiento and Bishop Jose Romeo O. Lazo signing historic agreement transitioning the Diocese of San Jose de Antique to solar energy sources

    Diocese, SAC solarize with WeGen tech

    In response to the Papal Encyclical “Laudato Si” and in pursuit of developing models of sustainable and environment-friendly energy sources, the Diocese of San Jose de Antique and St. Anthony’s College initiated their transition to solar power with an Agreement signed on 27 February 2018 with the WeGen Distributed Energy Philippines Holdings Corp (WeGen). Bishop Jose Read More

  • Quality Policy

    SAC adopts new quality policy; has 19 new Internal Quality Auditors

    In line with efforts to promote quality management, the Board of Trustees of St. Anthony’s College adopts a new quality policy.  The policy states that “St. Anthony’s College shall continually align its operations with its philosophy of education, vision, mission and goals, consistent to the best practices of the industries it serves.  It shall comply Read More

  • L-R Trecia Joy S. Mariano and Josa Mae Ysulat

    Anthonians bag top prize in 25th Regional PSITS

    Misses Trecia Joy S. Mariano and Josa Mae Ysulat, both BS Information Technology students of St. Anthony’s College were declared champions of the 25th Regional Philippine Society of Information Technology Quiz Bowl held during the 25th Regional IT Congress in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental on 1 March 2018.  Mariano and Ysulat won a cash prize, Read More

  • L-R: Pedro S. Altar III, Hon. Leah C. Tanodra-Armamento, Rev. Fr. Edione R. Febrero, and Atty. David M. Bermudo

    SAC inks agreement with CHR; establishes Center for Human Rights Education

    St. Anthony’s College (SAC) entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) to establish the Center for Human Rights Education. The MOA signing, which was done on 12 February 2018 at the Bishop de Wit Hall pursued a partnership between SAC and the CHR “mainly to build a culture that Read More

  • Likas Tama Relaunch

    SAC relaunches Likas Tama

    On 3 August 2015, St. Anthony’s College relaunched its Likas Tama, the school’s integrated environmental protection and advocacy program.   The activity coincided with the school’s Foundation Day celebration themed,  “Ako. Anthonian. Bantay Kalikasan.” which translates to “I. Anthonian. Earth Guardian.”  The relaunching comes a few weeks after the issuance of the Catholic encyclical, “Laudato Si,” Read More

SAC AT A GLANCE

Establishment SAC was founded in 1957 by the Mill Hill Missionaries and was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission on 4 August 1959 under the SEC No. 15705.

Personnel SAC has about 110 full-time faculty members, 48 full-time non-teaching academic personnel, 22 full-time administrative personnel, and several contractual employees. Among the personnel of SAC, we have awarded writers, lawyers, engineers, certified public accountants, master and doctorate degree holders, TESDA TM holders, TESDA NC II holders, priests, nuns, licensed guidance counselors, licensed librarians, and practicing professionals.

Motto & Slogan Motto: Religio Artibus (Latin for Religion, Arts) Slogan: In SAC we care!

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

New students seeking admission to tertiary (college) level are required to submit the following:

  • Original copy of F-138-A / Report Card with the Final Grades, duly signed by the Principal and with notation “Eligible for Admission to College,” as fresh entrants to college;
  • Birth Certificate issued or authenticated by the National Statistics Office;
  • Certificate of Good Moral Conduct from the school last attended;
  • Certified True Copy of Marriage Contract for married students (for Catholics, church marriage certificate);
  • Certificate of Eligibility to Transfer with Certified True Copy of Grades, if transferee; and
  • Special Study Permit, if foreigner studying for less than a year or less than 18 years old. ACR – 1 Card if permanent resident, native born or with valid working visa, special investment resident visa (SIRV), special retirees visa (SRRV), 96 visa.

New students seeking admission to High School or Grade School level are required to submit the following:

  • Original Form 138;
  • Certificate of Good Moral Conduct from the school last attended;
  • Birth Certificate issued or authenticated by the National Statistics Office;
  • Baptismal Certificate (if Catholic); and
  • Parent’s Marriage Certificate.

 

FOR SCHEDULES OF INTAKE EXAMINATIONS:
Please contact the Guidance Services Office at 0917-6319297.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OFFERINGS

TYPES OF SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

  1. Academic Scholarhips
    • Shall be given to incoming first year students who belong to the top 10 of their class of 40 coming from both public and private schools.
    • The incoming top 1 to 5 students shall avail of 100% free tuition and 50% for top 6 to 10 students.
    • The scholar shall maintain a subject grade of at least 85% in all credited and non-credited subjects.
  2. College Assisted Students
    • Shall be financially challenged but deserving students and willing to study while rendering duty in the office.
    • CAS shall maintain a weighted grade of 80% per semester with no failing grade.
    • The grantee shall be granted an 18-unit free tuition and shall render 20 hours of work per week in the offices where they will be assigned.
  3. Dean's List Scholarships
    • Shall be availed of by a student with one year residency in the college. The student shall have the highest weighted average in every program per semester to avail of such scholarship.
    • The scholar shall have earned at least 85% and weighted average of at least 90%.
    • The scholar shall be granted 100% free tuition and miscellaneous.
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