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ISO 9001:2000 CERTIFIED


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BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY

ngeles University Foundation (AUF),
formerly Angeles Institute of
Technology, was established on May
25, 1962 by spouses Dr. Barbara Yap-Angeles
and Mr. Agustin P. Angeles, and their children,
namely, Rosario, Lutgarda, Emmanuel, Antonio,
Jesusa, Josefina and Lourdes. After only less
than nine years of successful operation, it was
granted University status on April 16, 1971 by
the Philippines Department of Education,
Culture and Sports.

Motivated by the sincere desire to perpetuate the
missionary commitment of providing relevant and
quality education, the founding family executed a
Deed of Donation of their shareholdings in favor
of the foundation as starting fund which resulted
to the relinquishment of their ownership and
proprietary rights. AUF became a non-stock, non-
profit educational foundation on December 4,
1975 when it was incorporated under Republic
Act No. 6055 or the Foundation Law. Today, all
donations and bequests given to the AUF are tax
deductible.

Given that the Universitys students and
employees were predominantly Catholic, the
founding family decided to convert AUF to a
Catholic university on February 14, 1978, thereby
making it the first in Central Luzon and the
fourteenth in the Philippines.

Realizing the need for a modern medical facility to
serve as the base hospital for its medical and
allied medical students, AUF established and



inaugurated the AUF Medical Center (AUFMC) on
February 23, 1990. Licensed for 125 beds, the
AUFMC is the only private tertiary teaching,
training and research hospital in Central Luzon
today.

In recognition of its exemplary performance
through the triad higher education functions of
instruction, research and community service,
AUF was granted autonomous status by the
Philippine Commission on Higher Education
(CHED) on October 27, 2003, thereby empowering
it to introduce innovations and function more
independently.

Now on its 47
th
year, AUF is proud to have
produced a total of 176 board topnotchers in
Medicine, Nursing, Education, Accountancy,
Engineering, Criminology, Physical Therapy,
Medical Technology and Occupational Therapy.
According to CHED and PRC records, AUF today
ranks 5
th
among universities in the entire
Philippines with at 11 to 16 academic programs
requiring government licensure examinations.
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No one should be denied education due to poverty

Dr. Barbara Yap-Angeles
Founder & First President
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VISION

Angeles University Foundation envisions to emerge as a
center of excellence in instruction, research, and community extension
services in the region and in the global community.

MISSION

To realize its vision, AUF commits itself to the
total development of man for God and humanity.

GOALS


Guided by its vision and mission, AUF aims to:

Provide competent and dedicated faculty, state-of-the-art facilities and
relevant curricular programs responsive to the dynamically changing local
and international environment;

Develop committed leaders and
professionals in various fields of
endeavor, imbued with genuine
concern for the improvement of the
quality of human life and of society
in general;

Spearhead feasible research
projects and implement outreach
programs for the benefit of the
community, particularly in the areas
of sustainable development and
environment; and

Promote quality education that will
impart knowledge and inculcate
sound moral values as it fosters
love of God, country and fellowmen.

This famous landmark in the College
Campus symbolizes the struggle and
triumph of AUF to emerge as a center of
excellence in education, research and
community service, both in the local and
international communities. It was blessed
and inaugurated by President Gloria
Macapagal-Arroyo on May 25, 2002 during
the 40
th
founding anniversary of AUF.
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Most Rev. Paciano B. Aniceto
Chairman


Members

Dr. Alberto P. Fenix, Jr.
Mrs. Diosdado P. Macapagal, Jr.
Dr. Erlinda C. Pefianco
Mrs. Ma. Loreto A. Canlas
Mrs. Rosario A. Dumaguin
Justice Vicente V. Mendoza
Dr. Ricardo P. Pama
Dr. Norberto A. Viera

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE


Dr. Ricardo P. Pama
University President

Atty. Joseph Emmanuel L. Angeles
Executive Vice President

Dr. Nicanor C. Austriaco
Vice President for Academic Affairs

Ms. Sylvia M. Soriano
Vice President for Administration

Mrs. Ma. Loreto A. Canlas
Vice President for Finance



ADMINISTRATION



he Board of Trustees is the highest
governing body of the University. It
is composed of distinguished men
and women from education, business,
government, judiciary and the clergy. Past
members of the board include incumbent
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-
Arroyo, Former President Diosdado P.
Macapagal, Former Senator Jose J. Roy,
Most Rev. Oscar V. Cruz, Senator Manuel A.
Roxas II, among others.

The Board is assisted by the Management
Committee tasked to oversee the daily
management and operations of the
University. Under the supervision of the
Management Committee are the deans and
heads of different academic and
administrative offices.

The University encourages shared
leadership and participatory management
in its effort to address the growing
demands of the academic community.



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FACULTY & STAFF

oday, AUF is staffed with 532 highly qualified faculty members. For their
continuing professional development, scholarships and grants are extended to
support their graduate studies and participation in international training
programs. Current faculty-student ratio is 1:15, thereby ensuring quality instruction
and close supervision of teaching and learning activities.

Another 298 non-teaching personnel (NTP) provide administrative support to the
University in carrying out its goals and objectives.

Directly under the supervision of deans and heads,
both faculty and NTP are provided equal opportunity to
take active involvement in professional organizations,
both locally and internationally. This is encouraged in
order that they remain in the mainstream of their
profession while keeping the University abreast with
the latest innovations useful and beneficial to the
academe.




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Classification of faculty
according to educational
qualification

Degree Percentage
( N= 532 )

Doctorate Degree 12.08 %
Masters Degree/
Law/Medicine
59.62 %
Bachelor 28.3 %
The AUF
Management
Committee together
with the different
deans and heads of
academic and
administrative units.
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CAMPUSES & FACILITIES


UF today operates in four (4) strategically located campuses. It has a total of 87
classrooms, 46 different laboratories, 74 dormitory rooms, 26 discussion rooms, 6
internet rooms and 3 audio-visual rooms. Fully air-conditioned, these facilities provide a
learning environment conducive to teaching, learning and research activities.

COLLEGE CAMPUS

The College Campus is located along
McArthur Highway, Angeles City,
Philippines, about 80 kilometers north of
Metro Manila. It sits on a two- hectare lot
and is home to administration offices,
School of Medicine and the Colleges of
Nursing, Allied Medical Professions,
Education, Engineering, Criminal Justice
Education, Arts & Sciences, Computer
Studies. It also houses the following facilities: Our Lady of Grace Chapel, St. Cecilias
Auditorium, AUF Covered Court, Information Technology Training Center and the Our Lady of
Lourdes Library Building.

AUF MEDICAL CENTER: The dream that almost remained a dream

The AUFMC is the first and only private tertiary
teaching, training and research hospital in Central
Luzon established on February 23, 1990. It serves as
the base hospital of AUF students in the medicine,
nursing and allied medical professions. Located
adjacent to the College Campus, it is licensed for
125-beds and equipped with state-of-the-art medical
facilities.




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AUF PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS

The AUF Professional Schools (AUFPS) is located
opposite the AUF Medical Center. Inaugurated by
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on December 16,
2004, it is home to the School of Law, Graduate School
and the College of Business Administration. Composed
of the north and south wings, the AUFPS houses
internet rooms, libraries, lecture rooms and offices.

AUF INTEGRATED SCHOOL

The AUF Integrated School is located
5-minutes away from the College Campus and
is home to the Grade School and High School
Departments. Its complete facilities, spacious
grounds and quiet surroundings provide for
an environment conducive to learning.


UNIVERSITY HOSTEL

The University Hostel opened its doors to student and
faculty residents in 1997. Located 5-minutes away
from the College Campus, it is complete with
amenities for comfortable, safe and accessible
dormitory accommodation.

The University Hostel is also equipped with a
laboratory kitchen and simulated hotel rooms for the
exclusive use of students pursuing Hotel and
Restaurant Management.




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AUF blessed and inaugurated the AUF Residences on June 12, 2009 with AUF Chairman and
Pampanga Archbishop Paciano B. Aniceto officiating. This new five-storey building provides
hotel-like accommodations to AUF students, faculty and guests, and serves as the hotel
laboratory of BS Hotel and Restaurant Management students.

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS


GRADUATE SCHOOL

Doctor of Business Administration
Doctor of Philosophy in Education
Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration
Master in Business Administration
Master in Information Technology
Master in Nursing
Master in Public Administration
Master in Public Health
Master of Arts in Education
Master of Arts in Nursing
Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Arts in Special Education
Master of Engineering
Master of Science in Information Technology
Master of Science in Mathematics

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Doctor of Medicine

SCHOOL OF LAW

Juris Doctor

COLLEGE OF ALLIED MEDICAL PROFESSIONS

BS Medical Laboratory Science
BS Occupational Therapy
BS Pharmacy
BS Physical Therapy

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

AB Communication
BS Biology
BS Psychology
















COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINSITRATION

BS Accountancy
BSBA Finance & Management Accounting
BSBA Management & Entrepreneurship
BSBA Marketing
BSBA Marketing Management
BSBA Marketing & Golf Management
BS Hotel & Restaurant Management
BS Human Resource Development Management
BS Tourism

COLLEGE OF COMPUTER STUDIES

BS Computer Science
BS Information Technology
Associate in Computer Technology

COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION

BS Criminology

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Bachelor of Elementary Education
Bachelor of Secondary Education

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

BS Avionics Engineering Technology
BS Civil Engineering
BS Computer Engineering
BS Electronics & Communications Engineering
BS Engineering Management
BS Semiconductor Engineering

COLLEGE OF NURSING

BS Nursing


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NETWORKS & LINKAGES



AUF recognizes the importance of establishing strategic networks and linkages to
provide faculty and students enriched learning experiences while exploring possibilities
for collaborative work in research and education.

ACADEMIC COOPERATION

At the forefront of establishing networks and linkages among foreign education
institutions is the AUF Office of International Affairs. It spearheads collaborative
undertakings which include student and faculty exchange, joint research projects,
cultural exchange and travel grants.

One of our pace setting in academic collaborations is the establishment of the AUF
College of Medicine Extension Campus at the St. Andrews International Academy in
Pune, India on June 29, 2005.

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY LINKAGE

Partnership with business and industry provide
support to the University through donation
programs, on-the-job training agreements,
scholarship grants and placement services. Joint
undertakings in community development services
are also undertaken through medical-dental
missions, livelihood development and literacy
programs. In the spirit of reciprocity, AUF assists
partner industries by providing manpower training
development and mentoring activities.



A recent addition to AUFs roster
of industry partners is Texas
Instruments (TI), Philippines which
donated a digital signal
processing (DSP) laboratory in
2006 for the exclusive use of our
Computer Engineering faculty and
students. Very recently, TI turned
over US$ 2 million worth of
equipment to AUF for laboratory
use.
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ALUMNI SUPPORT

While AUF is still a relatively young university, its many
graduates who are gainfully employed abroad attest to its
world-class standard. AUF involves its alumni in academic
and community development projects. The alumni,
specifically those from the College of Nursing, have pledged
assistance to the University by raising funds to support
special projects such as the expansion of the AUF Medical
Center.


Angeles University Foundation has already
provided the curriculum for training for the skills
needed by Texas Instruments -- more jobs for our
Kabalens here in Pampanga.

Our workforce is well-educated. Look at that, they
need a specific kind of skill, right away Angeles
University Foundation can offer it. Thats how
educated our workforce is. That is how we intend our
educational system to be responsive.

President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
during the ground-breaking ceremonies
of Texas Instruments inside
Clark Freeport Zone
on August 16, 2007

Microsoft, IBM, Wireless Services Asia and
Oracle are among the partner industries of
AUF in the delivery of quality IT education in
the College of Computer Studies. Academic
initiatives by these international IT giants
greatly contribute to the functions of AUF as
a Center of Excellence in IT Education in the
Philippines.
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At present, AUF has active
partnerships with the following
institutions:

AUSTRALIA

McQuarie University
University of Tasmania

BANGLADESH

University of Bangladesh

CHINA

I-Shou University
Guangxi University
Guizhou University
Hebei Business College
Hebei Computer Institute
Hebei University of Business & Eco.
Henan University
Jiangxi University
Ningxia University
Tianjin University
Tianjin Economic Development
Authority
University of Macau
University of Hebei
Yunnan University

ENGLAND

Sheffield University

INDIA

APTECH Limited
Mahatma Gandhi University
St. Andrews International Academy

INDONESIA

Surabaya University
Universitas Kristen Maranatha

IRAN

University of Tehran


ITALY

Politecnico di Torino


JAPAN

Bunkyo University Foundation
Japan-RP Cultural & Industrial Devt
Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp.
Soka University


KOREA

Busan Kyungsang College
Daegu Health College
Inha Polytechnic
Kwangju University
Kwang Woon University
Kyung Hee University
Kyungmin College
Korean Aerospace University
Meta Golf Academy
New York Study Abroad Academy
Paichai University
Uiduk University

MALAYSIA

University Tun Abdul Razak


PHILIPPINES

Asian Institute of Management
Bulacan State University
Clark Development Corporation


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PHILIPPINES (continued)

De La Salle University
H1 Developing & Consulting
IBM Philippines
Intellirisk Management Corporation
Naga College Foundation
Northwestern University
Microsoft Philippines
Oracle Philippines
Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Redeman Inc.
Republic Central Colleges
Rotary International District 3790
SM Foundation
St. Paul University
St. Lukes Medical Center
Tarlac State University
Texas Instruments Philippines, Inc.
University of Cebu
University of Luzon
University of the Philippines
University of Santo Tomas
University of Regina Carmeli

SINGAPORE

ATS Computer Centre PTE.
Singapore Polytechnic
Sino-Star Associates PTE. LTD.

THAILAND

Siam University Suranaree University of Technology

VIETNAM

Vietnam National University

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Asian Development Bank
Association of Universities of Asia & the Pacific
Association of East Asian Catholic Colleges & Universities
International Association of Universities
Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization- Innovation & Technology
UNESCO
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SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS


In consonance with the
Founders principle that no
one should be denied
education due to poverty,
AUF extends to deserving
students various scholarships
and grants.

For the 1
st
semester of
academic year 2008-2009, a
total of 1,442 or 17.5% of
8,215 enrollees are recipients
of scholarships and financial
grants. The Philippine
government requires only 5%.

For SY 2009-2009 alone, a total
Php 50.8 million has been
allocated for the Universitys scholarship fund.

SUMMARY OF SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS
AY 2008- 2009 ( 1
st
Semester)


TYPE OF SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS TOTAL
RECIPIENTS

Academic Scholarship
Entrance Scholars (GS, Medicine, Law)
Service Grants
Athletes, Performing Arts
Student Assistants
Faculty, Employees & Dependents
Special Scholarship
Grants:
BYA / EYA Scholarship
Barangay Scholars
AYA Scholars
CDC Scholars
APA Scholars
ROTC Scholars
Student Recruiters
Outside Grants:
Resolution 119 (Philippine National Police)
PD 577 (Armed Forces of the Philippines

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T O T A L 1,442
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AUF QUICK STATS

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TOTAL NUMBER OF HONOR GRADUATES FROM 2004 to 2009
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AUF QUICK STATS
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PERFORMANCE IN LICENSURE EXAMINATIONS
FROM 2003 to 2008
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INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
FROM 2003 to 2008

AUFS LAND AREA

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


AUF believes that education institutions
play an important role in nation building not
only through human resource development,
but by active participation in community
development projects as well.

All throughout the year, the University
provides extension service to adopted
communities belonging to marginalized
sectors of Philippine society such as the
urban poor, out-of-school youth, charitable
institutions, cultural minorities, among
many others. Programs in public health,
literacy, livelihood and poverty alleviation
are conducted on a regular basis in
partnership with government and non-
government organizations. Community
service requires not only leadership and a
deep sense of social responsibility. It also
entails financial resources to keep it viable.
Sustaining development projects is a
challenge that AUF has met through the
years.

In the first quarter of 2007 alone, five (5)
medical missions have been initiated and
implemented for the benefit of some 4,200
indigent patients in collaboration with local
and foreign benefactors.

One formidable partner of AUF in this area
is the Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital
in New York which conducted an eye
medical-surgical mission in January 2007.
With an imputed cost of US$ 48,000.00 ( Php
2.4 million ), the medical-surgical mission
benefited indigent cataract patients coming
from Central Luzon, Philippines.

Negotiations are also underway with the
Black Eyed Peas for a benefit concert to
support AUF scholars and indigent patients
at the AUF Medical Center.



For many years now, AUF has been
adopting public elementary schools in
Angeles City. AUF supports them
through the donation of equipment and by
providing free training programs for their
faculty.
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AUF TIMELINE


FIRST DECADE

1962
Establishment of the Angeles Institute of
Technology (AIT) on May 25

Opening of the High School Department
and the Colleges of Commerce, Liberal Arts
and Education, and Engineering.

1963
Formation of AIT Band
Opening of Department of Air Science and Tactics

1964
Launching of Study-Now-Pay-Later Plan for poor but deserving students

1965
Establishment of the Graduate School

1966
Accreditation of AIT by US Veterans Affairs

1969
Election of Senator Jose J. Roy as Second Chairman of the Board

1970
Opening of Guidance Counseling and Placement Center

1971
AIT obtains university status and is renamed Angeles University (AU)
Mr. Agustin P. Angeles becomes First Chairman of the Board
Dr. Barbara Yap-Angeles assumes office as First University President.


SECOND DECADE

1973
College of Nursing emerges as a separate unit
AUF Rondalla and Dance Troupe organized

1975

Establishment of Center for Research and Development

1976
Founder and First President Dr. Barbara Yap-Angeles passes away on March 25





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Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles takes oath as 2
nd
University
President

Conversion of AU into a Catholic University

Creation of the Office of Student Affairs


1979
Conversion of AU into a non-stock, non-profit educational foundation
Formation of the AUF Concert Chorus

1981
Opening of the Institute for Small Scale Entrepreneurship (ISSE)


THIRD DECADE


1982

Blessing and Inauguration of the Barbara Y. Angeles Hall
College of Criminology emerges as a separate unit

1983
Opening of the School of Medicine and Computer Technology Center

Center for Christian Formation emerges as a separate unit

College of Arts and Sciences emerges opens as distinct unit separate for the College of
Education

1984
Inauguration of Educational Technology Center

Formation of the Angeles University Development Foundation (AUDF) in Dallas, Texas
which provides management and financial assistance to AUF.

1985
Bigay Puso Project for the poor and disadvantaged launched in December

1986

Msgr. Oscar V. Cruz becomes 3
rd
Chairman of the Board

1987

Inauguration of the St. Joseph Building and the Our Lady of Lourdes Hall. The latter, which
houses the University Libraries was constructed under the auspices of the USAID-
Association of Schools and Hospitals Abroad ( ASHA )





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1988

Former Philippines President Diosdado P. Macapagal
is elected as 4
th
Chairman of the Board


1990

Inauguration of the AUF Medical Center

College of Allied Medical Professions opens

Formation of the Office of Community Extension Services


1991
Center for Human Resources Development and the Office of Publications and Alumni
Affairs emerge as separate units


FOURTH DECADE


1993

Co-founder and First Chairman Agustin P. Angeles
passes away on March 5

Fire destroys San Lorenzo Building on March 15

AUF Health Program introduced

1994

Inauguration of the new San Lorenzo and San Agustin Halls
The Outstanding Students (TOS) Awards launched as an annual search

1995

College of Nursing and Arts and Sciences granted Level II accreditation by PAASCU

AUF becomes founding member of the Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific
(AUAP) in Bangkok, Thailand.

1997

AUF inaugurates the International House, official student & faculty dormitory

Use of the Internet is introduced.

1998

Philippines Vice President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo becomes 5
th
Chairman of the Board

Department of Health names AUF as cleanest campus in Region III

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1999

Msgr. Paciano B. Aniceto becomes 6
th
Chairman of the Board
AUF hosts first international conference, the Third AUAP General Conference


2000

Commission on Higher Education (CHED) identifies AUF as the Center of Development
for Excellence in IT Education in Central Luzon

US Department of Education grants AUF Title IV Eligibility and Certification

Inauguration of the Information Technology Training Center (ITTC) which was donated by
the American people through the USAID- Association of Schools and Hospitals Abroad
(ASHA)


2001

Philippine Council for Non-Government Organization Certification (PCNC) accredits AUF

CHED grants AUF Deregulated status

Mrs. Maria Loreto Angeles-Canlas assumes office as Acting President upon acceptance of
Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles of a presidential appointment to Clark Development
Corporation.


FIFTH DECADE


2002

AUF celebrates 40
th
founding anniversary with President
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo as Guest of Honor and Speaker.
The Struggle is unveiled, The Garden blessed and
inaugurated




AUF hosts the 1
st
ASEAN Student Leadership Summit in cooperation with the AUAP,
National Youth Commission and the ASEAN Foundation

Membership of AUF to the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities
(PACU)

Blessing and inauguration of the AUF-IS Covered Court



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2003

AUF earns Autonomous Status from CHED, joining the 40 others out of the 1,300 colleges
and universities nationwide.

Creation of the Office of University Placement Services, Office of University Relations,
Center for Culture and the Arts, and the AUF Professional Schools.

Board of Trustees approves establishment of the College of Law

Blessing and dedication of the St. Francis of Assisi Chapel, Computer Laboratory, Library
and Canteen of the AUF Integrated School

Accountancy Program granted Level I Accreditation by the PAASCU

Groundbreaking of the AUF Professional Schools Building on November 14

2004

Blessing & Inauguration of DWAU 104.1 FM,
AUFs official campus radio


Dr. Ricardo P. Pama assumes office as Acting
President of the University while Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles continues his term as
President of Clark Development Corporation

Re-Accreditation by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC) for another 5
years

BS Pharmacy, BS Tourism and BEEd in Special Education were added to the roster of
academic programs

Blessing and inauguration of the AUF Professional
Schools Building and ground-breaking of the
AUFMC Expansion Project on December 16 with
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo as Guest of
Honor and Speaker.




2005

The Board of Trustees appoints Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles as First University Chancellor
and Dr. Ricardo P. Pama as Third University President on February 10 during its 59
th

Regular Meeting. Both takes oath of office on May 25 in solemn investiture rites presided
over by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.


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Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles retires from public service on March 16 and announces his
decision to lead the Movement for a Strong Philippines

PAASCU grants Level III accreditation to the College of Arts & Sciences and College of
Education programs.


2006

Establishment of the AUF School of Law with retired Supreme Court Associate
Justice Jose C. Vitug as Founding Dean




AUF seals partnership with Texas Instruments
Philippines, Inc.




2007

AUF hosts the 2
nd
ASEAN Student Leadership Summit and Cultural Festival in January.




CHED identifies AUF as a Center of Excellence (COE) in IT
Education on March 1. AUF placed 5
th
among only 9 COEs
nationwide.





AUF submits itself for ISO Certification 9001: 2000 with TUV SUD


AUF celebrates the 100
th
birth anniversary of its founder and first president, Dr. Barbara
Yap-Angeles on December 4.

2008

AUF earns ISO 9001:2000 Certification from TUV-SUD on March 6.

AUFMC inaugurates the AUFMC Doa Evangelina M. Macapagal Medical Tower on July 9
with President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo

AUF Chancellor Emmanuel Y. Angeles is appointed as Chairman of the Commission on
Higher Education on September 1. Now a member of the Arroyo Cabinet, he has resigned
from all his positions at AUF and AUFMC.



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2009

AUF earns from CHED another 5-year re-accreditation as an Autonomous University
on March 11

AUF is admitted as a guest team in the 85
th
Season of the National Collegiate Athletic
Association (NCAA) hosted by San Beda College; opening ceremonies held on June 27 at
the Araneta Coliseum

CHED names AUF as a Zonal Research Center in Region III

AUF inaugurates the AUF Residences on June 12.

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BENEFACTORS





































As a non-profit, non-stock educational foundation,
AUF depends largely on the generosity of
benefactors for various expansion projects. Over the
years, it has received substantial financial assistance
from benefactors in Europe, Asia and the United
States.

For this purpose, the Angeles University
Development Foundation was established on
November 29, 1984 to provide management and
financial support to both AUF and the AUF Medical
Center. Currently based in Virginia, it was granted
recognition by the US Treasury Department on
August 23, 1985 to receive donations and was
exempted from the payment of federal taxes.

AUDF was instrumental in acquiring for AUF financial
grants from USAID through the American Schools
and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) for the construction of
the AUF Our Lady of Lourdes Library Hall and the
AUF Information Technology Training Center (ITTC).
It was also instrumental in obtaining hospital
equipment and furniture for AUFMC from the St.
Anthony Family Medical Center in Milwaukee and the
following hospitals in California: Cedars-Sinai
Medical Center, Brookside Hospital, Robert F.
Kennedy Medical Center, Sierra Madre Memorial
Hospital, Tracy Community Memorial Hospital,
Mayers Memorial Hospital, Children's Medical Center
of Northern California, Kaiser North Hospitals, Kaiser
South Hospitals, and the Queen of Angels Hollywood
Presbyterian Hospital.

The AUF Information Technology
Center is a joint project of AUDF and
ASHA-USAID. Inaugurated on
September 5, 2000, this modern
facility has brought AUF to the
forefront of IT education.
The AUF Our Lady of Lourdes Hall
was constructed also through the
generous support of ASHA-USAID.
This spacious and full air-conditioned
library facility which is home to
50, 616 titles ( in 66, 674 volumes) of
print materials and 3,750 on-line
library resources, was inaugurated on
December 4, 1987.
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AUF & AUFMC BENEFACTORS as of July 2008

AUF Benefactors

Angeles Family
COMIDE-DMOS, Belgium
VIWOS MISSION, Belgium
American Schools and Hospital Abroad - USAID
Washington Institute
Rotary Club of Tulsa, Oklahoma
Mr. & Mrs. John Cherba
St. Francis Hospital
Japan Commemorative for World Exposition 1970
Embassy of Canada to the Philippines
MISSIO, Aachen
Philippine Council for Industry and Energy
Research Development
Commission on Higher Education
Mr. Robert Miller
Philippine Council for Health Development
American Schools and Hospitals Abroad - USAID
PATH Foundation Philippines, Inc.
Presidential Management Staff
National Youth Commission
Sino-Star Corporation
Philippines Sundt Construction Corp.
Dr. Emilio T. Yap
Dr. Jose L. Cuisia, Jr.
Msgr. Paciano B. Aniceto
Hon. Diosdado M. Macapagal
Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles
Basic Advertising & Production Village
Association of Catholic Universities of the Phils.
Philippine Security and Safety College
Population Commission
UP Philippine Social Science Council
Institute of Community and Family Health
Farm System Development Corporation
Fund for Assistance to Private Education

AUFMC Benefactors

Mr. Agustin P. Angeles
Dr. Barbara D. Yap-Angeles
Mrs. Rosario A. Dumaguin
Mrs. Lutgarda A. Hernandez
Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles
Dr. Antonio Y. Angeles
Mrs. Jesusa A. Miranda
Mrs. Josefina A. Martinez
Mrs. Lourdes A. Thayer
Mr. Pepito C. Rivera
Rev. Fr. Paul P. Zwaenepoel, CICM
Brookside Hospital
Robert F. Kennedy Medical Center
Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital
Tracy Community Memorial Hospital
Mayers Memorial Hospital
Childrens Hospital MC of Northern California


CEDARS-SINAI Medical Center
KAISER-North Warehouse
KAISER-South Warehouse
St. Francis Hospital Milwaukee
Lutheran Hospital LA Crosse, WI
Dr. Cornelia Lukban-Angeles
Rafael & Loreto Lazatin
Dr. & Mrs. Julian B. Yballe
Atty. & Mrs. Alberto Villaraza
Drs. Ferdinand & Ma. Lourdes Lagunilla
Atty. Mirardo & Dr. Concesa Baduel
Mr. & Mrs. Narciso Yang
Dr. Suzette K. Munoz
Dr. Elmer G. Punzalan
Dr. Noel G. Yamzon
Rotary Club of Tulsa, Oklahoma
Mr. William Y. So
Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Cu
Drs. Victor & Erlinda Malonzo
Dr. Ludovico Villaruel
Dr. Manuel Mariano
Dr. Aurelia L. Villaraza
Donald R. Bernard, ESQ
Drs. Romeo & Grace Enriquez
Dr. Emilio T. Yap
Dr. Stanley Ho
SM Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Francisco S. Dizon
Mr. Jack Lam
Dr. & Mrs. Jimmy Yamat
Mr. & Mrs. John Cherba
Atty. & Mrs. Precioso Perlas
Mr. John McCarthy
Dr. Larry G. Meeks
Mr. Alfredo C. Bautista
Mr. & Mrs. Ted Suarez
Mr. Wilfredo Y. Yutuc
Atty. Julio D. Fabian
Mr. Karl G. Rajani
Mr. Carlo B. Gervasio
Mr. Myrna R. Santos
Mr. John W. Gover, Jr.
Mr. William C. Grimes
Mr. Mark V. Knight
Mr. Don Crow
Dr. Stanley Ho
SM Foundation, Inc.
Dr. Emilio T. Yap
US Automotive
World Medical Relief, Detroit, Michigan
Peninsula Histopathology Laboratory Inc.
Circulo Pampangueo, Los Angeles, California
United Pampanga Leaders Council
Circulo Capampangan of Chicago, Illinois
GSIS Hospitalization Support Program
Mike S. Panganiban

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