Welcome to EAC

Located at the heart of Manila, Emilio Aguinaldo College (EAC) is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational academic institution that offers rigorous professional degree programs open to local and foreign students.

EAC nurtures a diverse student body and cultivates partnerships with various training institutions for authentic, advanced learning experiences rarely matched by other learning institutions.

From its foundation in 1957 as a midwifery school, EAC has since evolved to offer a wide array of degree programs – from doctorate, master’s, undergraduate, to certificate and diploma courses.

Incorporating interdisciplinary, hands-on approach in developing skills in students, our close-knit community makes it what one college guide calls an “urban oasis.”

 

THE STORY BEYOND DREAMS

The story of Emilio Aguinaldo College begins with a man who envisions the Filipino youth to be totally educated and trained through arts, sciences and technology. That man, Dr. Paulo C. Campos, one of the very few Filipino National Scientists noted for his work on nuclear medicine, has been recognized and awarded for his numerous researches and publications. He is also credited for establishing the first and best known Radioisotope Laboratory in the Philippines, the first Research Laboratory in the Department of Medicine, University of the Philippines and the Thyroid Clinic of the UP-PGH Medical Center.  

REALIZATION OF THE DREAM

It was in 1957 when the Marian School of Midwifery, the forerunner of Emilio Aguinaldo College, was established under the management of Marian Clinics, Inc. Two years after Dr. Crisanto S. Vito Cruz and Gregorio T. Delgado together with Mrs. Lolita R. Vito Cruz established the first Medical Secretarial School in the Philippines, the founding of the Marian School of Nursing and Midwifery immediately followed. In 1973, the University Physicians’ Services Incorporated (UPSI) took over the school management. From Marian School of Nursing and Midwifery, its name was changed to Marian Junior College. Its level was elevated to full-fledged College with new courses being offered such as Food Service and Technology and the Dietetic Internship Program. After a year, Medical Arts and Photography (innovative academic program) and the four-year Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Administration earned government recognition. College of Arts and Sciences was added to the list of colleges in 1976, offering Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science programs. Both Bachelor of Science in Nursing and BSN Supplemental Course were also given government recognition, thus, establishing the College of Nursing. Marian College began building the first school units at Dasmariñas, Cavite in 1977 to support the government’s policy on dispersal and decongestion of student population in Metro Manila particularly in institutions of higher learning. The policy also aimed to introduce regional development and the democratization of opportunities in the rural areas. In September 1977, the name Marian College was changed to General Emilio Aguinaldo College, to apply to both Manila and Cavite campuses. This was in consonance with the new direction of the government in recognizing and honoring national heroes. Eventually, the title “General” was dropped. All courses offered in Manila were given permit to be offered in Cavite, with the addition of BS Criminology, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Arts in Education and Master of Science in Nursing. EAC Manila offered BSN Supplemental for graduates in Nursing (GN), who wanted to pursue Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and BS Foods and Nutrition and Industrial Cafeteria Management. On the other hand, Cavite campus offered technical courses in Agricultural Technology, Electrical and Electronics Technology and Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology. In October 21, 1979, EAC Foundation Inc. was established at Dasmariñas, Cavite, thus giving birth to the Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine with Dr. Lourdes E. Campos as Dean. In Manila, the College of Business Administration was given permit to operate. In 1980, UPSI formed the Yaman Lahi Foundation, Inc. to manage and operate Manila and Cavite campuses. Within the next five years, the focus was on curricular program development, which paved way to more courses being given government recognition. The College of Medicine and the University Medical Center of EAC Cavite was sold to De La Salle University, now known as DLSU Dasmariñas. After that, the EAC administration focused on the development of EAC- Manila.

STATE OF THE ART FACILITIES

At Emilio Aguinaldo College, we believe in providing an environment conducive to learning. Our students are provided with modern, air conditioned classrooms, a well-stocked library, and fully-equipped science, computer, and speech laboratories. EAC is also home to a seven story sports and cultural center that features an olympic-sized swimming pool, a gymnasium, a basketball court, a fitness center, an indoor running track, and a state of the art theater. These are all available for use by students and faculty. Recently, we welcomed a new addition to our facilities – the simulation laboratories for use by our Health Care programs and Hospitality and Restaurant Management programs. Our continued investment in facilities is aimed at further enhancing the learning experience of our students.

CAMPUS SAFETY

We understand that safety is very important to parents and students. Here in EAC, student safety is an utmost priority.
 
Security personnel is assigned to every building and an electronic ID system is used to screen all individuals entering the school grounds and buildings. On top of that, we also have a community police outpost within the campus vicinity.
 
We, however, encourage that you always take necessary precautions when in school. Stay vigilant and report as soon as possible any suspicious activity to authorities.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

OUR PHILOSOPHY – BEYOND THE BORDERS OF EDUCATION

Emilio Aguinaldo College constantly innovates its program offerings to keep up with the standards of the world’s best educational institutions, and to prepare students as they take on the challenges of today’s highly-competitive job market. We provide students the opportunity to participate in actual workplace situations with the support of our education partners. Health Care students are able to practice everything they learn in classrooms during their hands-on training at the Medical Center Manila. The same opportunity is provided to Hospitality and Restaurant Management students as they receive training at the Pearl Manila Hotel. Criminology students are able to take their internships with our partner institutions, the National Bureau of Investigation and the Manila Police District. Business Administration students, on the other hand, get to work with industry professionals from a number of our partner private brokers and accounting firms. Students from EAC Cavite Campus are also geared for future professional experience with the support of our nearby affiliates, the Emilio Aguinaldo Medical Center and Antler’s Hotel. As part of our commitment to producing world-class professionals, we also take pride in our programs that are recognized here and abroad. EAC’s Dental Technology course is the first to receive TESDA certification. In addition, we are one of only five institutions whose Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy is recognized by the World Federation of Occupational Therapy. Apart from this, another member of our organization, the Aguinaldo International School, is also making mark as a premier educational institution serving both local and expat families. AIS offers programs for preschool, elementary, high school, and SPED students and also extends support to less advantaged-children through the Service Learning program. Emilio Aguinaldo College shall continue to strive for academic excellence and development of our students, faculty members, administration, and staff.  

PHILOSOPHY

Emilio Aguinaldo College is a private, non-sectarian, co-educational institution of learning that fosters equal and fair opportunities of education, the total development of a person, and one’s national identity while conscious of his/her role in the global community.

VISION

Emilio Aguinaldo College envisions itself as an internationally recognized private non-sectarian academic institution rooted in the Filipino nationalist tradition that consistently pursues the advancement and welfare of humanity.

MISSION

Emilio Aguinaldo College provides a learner-centered, inquiry-based, and socially relevant academic community.

CORE VALUES VIRTUE EXCELLENCE SERVICE

QUALITY POLICY

We, the employees of Emilio Aguinaldo College are committed to: Comply to all statutory and regulatory standards; Provide consistent quality service to our students, parents, and other stakeholders; Develop a responsible person through relevant and quality education, able to lead and enhance one’s life, and contribute to the development of the country and humanity; and Continuously improve our QMS by communicating the needs of customer to the entire organization, standardizing the processes, enhancing employee’s competence, periodic review of the system, and addressing the needs for continual improvement.

QUALITY OBJECTIVES

The objectives of Emilio Aguinaldo College are to:
    • offer opportunities for quality and relevant education to all;
    • cultivate the intellectual, spiritual, moral, social, and physical aspects of a person;
    • instill appreciation and pride for one’s national identity; and
    • produce graduates of global quality equipped with competencies in their field of expertise
 

OUR EDUCATION PARTNERS

To continue to ensure that our educational programs are up to date, EAC continues to benchmark itself against other educational institutions and engage in student and faculty exchanges with industrial institutions both here and abroad. Aside from our linkages with local affiliates, we have established partnership agreements with institutions from USA, China, Japan and Korea. Our agreements include joint research programs, colloquiums on program content and teaching methodology, school equipment assistance, exchange of students and faculty, technology transfer and the like.

CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Manila Campus

1113-1117 San Marcelino St., cor. Gonzales St. 1000 Ermita, Manila, Philippines

admission@eac.edu.ph

Tel. No.: 632.521.2710

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Cavite Campus

Congressional East Ave., Burol Main 4114 Dasmariñas, Cavite, Philippines

admission-cavite@eac.edu.ph

Telefax: 046.416.4341 to 42

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Manila Campus

1113-1117 San Marcelino St., cor. Gonzales St. 1000 Ermita, Manila, Philippines

admission@eac.edu.ph

Tel. No.: 632.521.2710

 
Departments & Offices Local
Operator Assistance 0 or 5510
Academic Services 5519
Accounting 5514 5542 5362 5365
Accreditation 5539
Admissions (632) 536-5230 Fax 5321 5371
Alumni & Placement Bureau 5420
Bookstore 5394
Business Administration 5340 5502 5500
Caregiver 5538
Central Students Council 5363
Computer Engineering / Computer Science 5410 5398
Criminology 5344 5506
Dentistry 5341 5332
Dir. for Presidential Management Staff 5431
Dormitory (EAC-1, 7/F) 5317
Early Learning Center (Pre-School) 5404
Education / Graduate School 5336 5396
Extension & Linkages (NSTP, Outreach) 5504 5430 5419
Guidance (College) 5331 5366
Graduate School of Nursing 5378
Hotel & Restaurant Management 5359
International Language Center 5367 5369 5536
Aguinaldo International School 5313 5312 5311
Guidance (AIS) 5377
Legal Council 5364
Liberal Arts 5534 5533
Library
Chief Librarian 5355
Circulation 5356
Filipiniana 5345
Periodical 5372
Reference 5384
Technical 5358
Technology Resource Center 5357
Departments & Offices Local
Magdalo 5352
MISD 5523
Medical / Dental Services 5427
Medical Technology 5422 5347
Medical Transcription 5428
Medicine 5530 5521 5525 5337 5526
Network Administration 5348 5310
Nursing / Midwifery 5319 5518
Nutrition / Dietetics 5417
OPD Clinic / X-ray 5374 5386
Personnel / HRD 5508 5512 5524
Pharmacy 5379 5338
Physical / Occupational Therapy 5351 5509
Police Outpost 5393
President’s Office 5333 5300 5547
Radiologic Technology 5349
Registrar 5505 5343 5309 5360
Research Division 5388 5520
ROTC / DMST 5370
Respiratory Therapy 5389
Security Office 5306
School Clinic 5301 5385
Sciences 5501 5339 5342
Student’s Affairs 5503 5303 5535

CONTACT INFORMATION

Cavite Campus

Congressional East Ave., Burol Main 4114 Dasmariñas, Cavite, Philippines

admission-cavite@eac.edu.ph

Telefax: 046.416.4341 to 42

 
Departments & Offices Local
Operator Assistance 0 or 100
Academic Dean’s Office 113
Accounting 123 125 132
Admissions / Guidance 106
Bookstore 131
Business Administration 111
Computer Science / ITC 146
Criminology 103
Education 108
Engineering 144
Guidance 106
Hotel & Restaurant Management 111
Arts & Sciences 108
Library 126
Departments & Offices Local
Tambuli 107
Marketing & Communications 130
MISD / CompTech 120
Nursing / Midwifery 136 137
Personnel / HRD 109
President’s Office 104
Printing Press / Publications 135
Registrar 105
Research 145
SDI (Sports Development Institute) 127
Security 117 138 133
School Clinic 121
School of Vocational Technology 112
Student’s Affairs 115

EAC JOB POSTING

  Emilio Aguinaldo College aims to enable individuals realize their full potential. Each member of our staff contributes to this goal and we’re looking for more amazing people to join us. Explore this page for job opportunities in EAC.

WE ARE IN NEED OF THE FOLLOWING:

Faculty Staff (High School Level)

  • Must be a LET Passer
  • B.S. Secondary Education Major in:
    • Science
    • Mathematics
    • Filipino
    • English
    • TLE/Computer Education
    • Social Studies
    • Physics
  • B.S. Elementary Education
  • B.S. Education or its equivalent for Mandarin teacher

Faculty Staff (Collegiate Level)

  • Master’s degree and/or Doctorate degree program holders: preferably with one (1) year actual teaching experience.
  • Areas of specialization:
    • HRM/Tourism/Culinary Arts/Master Baker/Decorator
    • Social Science/History
    • Philosophy
    • Filipino
 

OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE/SUPPORT STAFF:

Career Service Associate

  • Graduate of Mass Communication or BS Psychology
  • Skilled in public speaking and public relation
  • With good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Computer literate

Human Resources Clerk

  • Graduate of B.S. Psychology or Behavioral Science graduate
  • Fresh graduates are encourage to apply
  • Computer literate

Yaman Lahi Foundation Inc. Emilio Aguinaldo College Board of trustees

 

MR. DANILO L. DOLOR

Chairman of the Board

JOSE PAULO E. CAMPOS, EdD

President

ATTY. PAULO E. CAMPOS, JR.

Treasurer/Corporate Secretary

ENRIQUE E. CAMPOS, MD

Trustee

MRS. MA. SOLEDAD D.S. DE LEON

Trustee

LEANDRO M. DE LEON, MD

Trustee

ILDEFONSO CHAN, MD

Trustee

TELESFORO GANA, MD

Trustee

ATTY. FERNANDO CAMPAÑA

Trustee

HILDEGARDE VISTAL, MD

Trustee

MADELINE D.V. FLORENDO, MD

Trustee

ERIZARDO GONZALES, MD

Trustee

MR. ESTEFANIO V. BOQUIRON, JR.

Faculty Representative

MR. JOHN PAUL E. ROMILLO, RRT

Alumni Representative

MS. CHARLENE BALTAZAR

Student Representative

Emilio Aguinaldo Educational Corporation Board of Trustees

 

MR. DANILO L. DOLOR

Chairman of the Board

JOSE PAULO E. CAMPOS, EdD

President

ATTY. PAULO E. CAMPOS, JR.

Treasurer/Corporate Secretary

ENRIQUE E. CAMPOS, MD

Trustee

MRS. MA. SOLEDAD D.S. DE LEON

Trustee

LEANDRO M. DE LEON, MD

Trustee

ASUNCION L. ABAYA-MORIDO, MD

Trustee

Administration

 

Manila Administration

 

JOSE PAULO E. CAMPOS, EdD

President

ATTY. PAULO E. CAMPOS, JR.

Treasurer/Corporate Secretary

ELLEN S.N. SALAC, PhD

Vice President for Academic Affairs
Quality Management Representative

LORENZO C. LORENZO, DBM

Vice President for Administration

ATTY. FERNANDO U. CAMPAÑA

Consultant

JULIETA M. MASILUNGAN

Comptroller

BLONDIE G. SILANG, CPA

Budget Director

DECENA P. REQUIÑO, CPA

Chief Accountant

Cavite Administration

 

JOSE PAULO E. CAMPOS, EdD

President

ATTY. PAULO E. CAMPOS, JR.

Treasurer/Corporate Secretary

GEORGINA B. PALMARIO, DMD, PhD

Vice President for Academic Affairs

CRISTINA F. JAVIER, MBA

Administrator/Finance Officer-Cavite, Corporate Asst. Treasurer

JULIETA M. MASILUNGAN

Comptroller

ATTY. FERNANDO U. CAMPAÑA

Consultant

AMELITA M. DACUMOS

Budget/Finance Asst.

Deans of Schools

 

Manila Deans of Schools

 

LINO C. REYNOSO, PhD

Dean, School of Arts, Sciences & Teacher Education
Dean, Graduate School
Principal, Senior High School

NORMA GRINIO-NUÑEZ, DPA

Dean, School of Business Education

MARIA RIZZA L. ARMILDEZ, MIT

Dean, School of Engineering & Technology

Atty. JEFFREY B. BAJITA

Dean, School of Criminology

MARIANO T. MAGLUTAC, JR., DMD, MHA

Dean, School of Dentistry & Dental Technology

KATHRINE CAMILLE NAGAL, MBE

Dean, School of Hotel & Restaurant Management/Nutrition & Dietetics

CESAR M. MENDOZA, MBioEd

Dean, School of Medical Technology

ASUNCION L. ABAYA-MORIDO, MD

Dean, School of Medicine

MARILOU M. PAMINTUAN, EdD

Dean, School of Midwifery

MARIA THERESA T. SORIANO, MSN

Dean, School of Nursing

VANESSA SARDAN-PEREZ, MSPH

Dean, School of Physical, Occupational & Respiratory Therapy

RENATO M. SORIAO, EdD

Dean, School of Radiologic Technology

Cavite Deans of Schools

 

VILMA D. AGASER, MS BIO

OIC-Dean, School of Arts and Sciences

Engr. AMELIA M. NATIVIDAD, MIEM

OIC-Dean, School of Engineering, Computer Science and Technology / Vocational Technology

AILEEN D. YBAÑEZ, CSP, MA CRIM

School of Criminology

VERONICA S. GARCIA, DMD, MM-Edm, PhD

School of Dentistry

CALIXTA M. JAVIER, EdD

School of Education

SUPACHAI A. BASIT, RMT, PhD

School of Medical Technology

MAGDALENA L. LICMOAN, RM, MAT

Principal, School of Midwifery

ARNEL G. PANTOJA, RN, MSN

School of Nursing

ROLAND L. SARDAN, PTRP, MAEd

School of Physical Therapy

EDITHA C. MORA, RRT, MAIE, DMS

School of Radiologic Technology

Directors, Heads of Departments & Academic Support Units

 

Manila Directors, Heads of Departments & Academic Support Units

 

GRACE SANTILLAN-LEE, MAT

Registrar

ESTEFANIO V. BOQUIRON, JR., MPA

Dean, Office of Student Affairs

LORENZO C. LORENZO, DBM

Director, HRD

MARIA DULCE E. LUCIDO, DMD

Head, Dental Services

GLORIA E. RUZGAL, MSLS

Chief Librarian

WILBERT E. MAYOL, MAPM

Director, Admissions Office

CATHERINE MIRANDA, RGC

Head, Center for Guidance, Counselling, Career & Placement Services

CARMENCITA Q. LAFORTEZA, MD, FPCGM

Director, School Health Services

MICHAEL C. LEOCADIO, DNM, CHSE

Director, Center for Research and Publication

LEILA MASAJO-DE VILLA, MSN

Head, Test Bank & Reduplicating Department

MILA F. LOTINO

Head, Purchasing Department

AIDA L. MANIMBAO

Head, Property Department

Arch. LILIA A. CALULOT

Head, Engineering & Maintenance

FLORANTE F. REYES

Info-Tech Network Manager Network Division

FRANCIS JAMES R. ESMERALDA

Coordinator, NSTP/Extension & Linkages, Asst. to the Dean of Student Affairs

MARLON MARIO M. CARLOS, MPA

Director, Sports Development Office

JOSE MARI C. MALLARI

Head, Central Supply / Transport

SHARON L. BURAGA, MAEd

Program Head, Physical Education Department

LILETH L. CUARESMA

Principal, Aguinaldo International School

Cavite Directors, Heads of Departments & Academic Support Units

 

SHELLEY ANNE C. MARTINEZ, MPA

OIC, Registrar

KIMBERT M. MACK

OIC-Director, Office of Student Affairs

YOLANDA B. FABRIQUIER

Head, Human Resource Department

MELODY ANN M. DECOLONGON, DMD

School Dentist

MARIA THERESA B. SANTOS, RL, MED-LS

Chief Librarian

AMALIA V. QUILLA

Head, Test Bank & Reduplicating Department

EDEN H. REYES

Head, General Services

NORILYN C. RUBIO, MACEd, DCEd, DD

OIC-Director, Culture & Arts Production

SYLVIA S. UTANES

Head, Purchasing Department

DOLORES M. ATANACIO

OIC, Property-Central Supply

MAXIMO C. RIVERA

Consultant, Facilities and Logistics

ARNEL M. ECLEO

Head, ITC & Systems Administration

MARLON T. CUEVA

Head, Computer Services

CORAZON P. RAMIREZ, MAT

Coordinator, NSTP

RUTH D. VILA

OIC, Office of External Linkages & Community Outreach

ANTHONY C. VILLADELGADO

Consultant, Sports Development Institute

FLORENCIA A. GALANG

Internal Auditor