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Institutional Objectives

San Beda College has a threefold task:

1. To provide students with a relevant Christian education:

By assisting them in the attainment of self-realization as individual persons;

By developing their physical, intellectual, moral, spiritual, and social potentialities;

By giving them the necessary training for professional work grounded upon sound Christian values;

By creating opportunities that will enable them to dedicate themselves and become more deeply committed to Christ and his Church.

2. To provide students with a relevant Christian education:

By training them in methods of scholarship, research and creative endeavor;

By providing them with skills and experiences which maximize their chances for a meaningful, dignified life and responsible, responsive roles in society;

By molding their attitudes and strengthening the love for truth, peace and justice.

3. To contribute to the progress of society:

By maintaining a high standard in all programs engaged in;

By cooperating in the advancement of knowledge and culture;

By affording a working atmosphere conducive to the personal and professional growth of the school personnel.

Special Objectives

The San Beda College of Law aims to produce competent Christian lawyers – lawyers who are learned in the law and who conduct themselves according to Christian principles and to the noblest traditions of the bench and the bar. To realize this objective, we educate the mind with the legal provisions and the heart with justice, civic consciousness, and respect for law, authority, and human rights.

SBC Law Contacts

For Inquiries, Comments, suggestions, Please send email to:

E-mail:
sbc_col_office@yahoo.com

Contact Nos.:

Legal Aid Bureau
(02) 489-1670

C.O.L. Hotline
0921-315-03-91

Dean’s Office
(02) 7356011-15 Ext. 6122

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What Makes SBC Law Different

The Academic Policies

The QPI

The Quantity Point Index or the QPI is imposed upon all incoming students other than freshman. An incoming student shall not be readmitted unless s/he has obtained a QPI of at least 78% for all subjects taken in the San Beda College of Law for readmission to the First Year or admission to the Second Year, 79% for readmission to the Second year or admission to Third Year, and 80% for readmission to the Third Year or admission to the Fourth Year.

 

The Two Flunk Rule

A student who drops or fails the same subject twice shall be denied readmission by the College of Law.

Scholarships

Incoming freshmen students who graduated with honors are granted scholarships by the College. Summa cum Laude graduates are given 100% scholarship; Magna cum Laude, 75% and cum Laude, 50%. The scholarship grants are valid for one year only.

 

After the first year, 100%, 50% and 25% scholarships are granted to the students who obtained the highest, second highest and third highest general averages, respectively, in each batch. The award is based on the actual general weighted averages of final grades during the entire year preceding that for which the scholarships are granted. It is effective for one whole year.

 

The scholarships granted to incoming freshmen who graduated with honors and to the gold, silver and bronze medalists shall pertain to the tuition and does not include miscellaneous fees and other charges. Likewise, the student must carry full load.

 

The Officers of the San Beda Centralized Bar Operation, The Barrister and the Law Student Government shall be discounts on their tuition in proportion as recommended by the Dean, the Vice Dean and the Prefect of Student Affairs. The officers shall be entitled to this grant provided they enrol at least 50% of their subject during the semester during which the discount is applied for.

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Dean's Message

With the unqualified support of the Benedictine community and the passion of a distinguished faculty, the College of Law aims to attain academic excellence. More than imparting a great ability in the noble field of law, the school endeavors to imbibe to its students the Christian tenets of unwavering adherence to a righteous cause, fairness in conduct and respect for the rights of others.

 

 

Atty. Virgilio B. Lara

Dean

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COLLEGE OF LAW
Administrators
Atty. Virgilio B. Lara
Atty. Virgilio B. Lara
Dean
Atty. Marciano G. Delson
Atty. Marciano G. Delson
Vice Dean
Atty. Risel G. Castillo-Taleon
Atty. Risel G. Castillo-Taleon
Prefect of Students Affairs
Atty. Francesca Lourdes M. Señga
Atty. Francesca Lourdes M. Señga
Administrative Officer
Atty. Peter-Joey B. Usita
Atty. Peter-Joey B. Usita
Director, Legal Aid Bureau
Ms. Gladina C. Bañares
Ms. Gladina C. Bañares
Law Guidance Facilitator
Office Staff
Ms. Nancy F. Esquilona
Ms. Nancy F. Esquilona
Mr. Narciso V. De La Cruz II
Mr. Narciso V. De La Cruz II
Mr. John Michael N. Torrero
Mr. John Michael N. Torrero
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Calendar
On the Road to Becoming a University
School Calendar for Academic Year 2017 - 2018
San Beda College of Law
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