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Coordinates: 14°49′40″N 120°16′55″E 14.8276906, 120.2819842


St. Columban College

  • Location & Contact Information
    • Address, Directions, & Map
      • No. 1 Mt. Apo St., New Asinan, Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines
    • GPS Coordinates
    • Telephone Numbers:
      • +6347 222 3329
      • +6347 224 1581
      • +6347 224 1582
    • Email: /
    • Official Website: [1]
  • History & Memorable Moments[1]
    • Columban College in Olongapo City is a Catholic institution dedicated to serve the needs of the city and its surrounding provinces -- Zambales and Bataan.
    • This institution was first known as Naval Reservation Junior College and it was passed on by the Lindayag Family in 1961 to the Columban Fathers The first Director of Columban College was Rev. Thomas L. Convery with Rev. Fr. Paul O' Malley SSC as his assistant. Columban Sisters were assigned during the schoolyear 1962-63 to assist in the administrative and teaching programs of the college. In that same year the Parish of St. Columban was inaugurated with Rev. Paul O'Malley as its Parish Priest. In 1965, Father Convery was succeeded by Rev. William F. Sullivan, SSC as School Director .Rev. Fr. John Curry SSC took over in 1971 and Rev. Fr. Edward McKenna was the School Director from 1973 up to 1975. From 1976 up to 1982 Rev. Fr. Richard Cannon SSC was the School Director. He was succeeded by Rev. Fr. Vincent Lyons from 1982 up to 1983. In 1983, the Administration of the College was handed over by the Columban Fathers to the Vincentian Fathers. Rev. Fr. Constancio Gan was appointed School Director. Within a short span of time, the new administrators made several substantial improvements on the physical set-up that can be seen around the campus. Behind this progress was the adoption of new policies and guidelines while struggling to keep the whole college financially afloat in the midst of prevailing national economic crisis.
    • The Daughters of Charity took over when the contract of the Vincentians expired in 1989. Sr. Stella Real D.C. was then appointed School Director. The Daughters of Charity, like their predecessors, continued the work to pursue the goals, philosophy, objectives and the mission thrust for which Columban College exist.
    • The year 1993 signals new direction for Columban College. Finally, Most Reverend Bishop Deogracias Iniquez Jr., the head of the Diocesan Schools decided to take over the administration of Columban College. Like in any Diocesan School , the Director of an Institution comes from the Diocesan Clergy assigned in the Diocese in Iba.
    • Rev. Fr. Daniel O. Presto was appointed as School Director in 1993, then was replaced by Rev. Fr. Roland M. Almo then by Rev. Msgr. Crisostomo Cacho and is presently the School President.
  • Overview, Photographs, & Video Links[1]

Prospective Students

  • Admissions Tips
  • Courses Offered
    • Graduate Courses
      • Doctor of Education
      • Master in Business Administration
      • Master in Public Management
      • Master of Arts in Education
        • Major in Educ’l Administration
        • Major in English Language
        • Major in Science Education
        • Major in Religious Education
      • Executive Program (Non-Thesis)
      • Master in Business Administration
      • Master in Public Management
    • Undergraduate Courses
      • BS Civil Engineering
      • BS Computer Engineering
      • BS Industrial Engineering
      • BS Electronics and Communications Engineering
      • BS Electrical Engineering
      • BS Architecture
      • BS Information Technology
      • BS Computer Science
      • BS Information Management
      • BS Accountancy
      • BS Business Administration
        • Major in Management
        • Major in Accounting Technology
      • BS Hotel & Restaurant Management
      • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
      • Bachelor of Secondary Education
        • Major in English
        • Major in Filipino
        • Major in Mathematics
        • Major in General Science
        • Major in Physical Education
        • Major in Social Studies
        • Major in Library Science
        • Major in Religious & Values Education
      • BS Social Work Bachelor of Elementary Education
      • Bachelor of Elementary Education
        • Major in Religious & Values Education
      • BS Tourism
      • BS Mathematics
        • Bachelor of Arts
        • Major in English
        • Major in Mass Communication
        • Major in Political Science
      • BS Office Administration
    • Non-Degree Offerings
      • Midwifery Caregiver Course
      • Three-Year Industrial Technician Course
        • Major in Electrical Technology
        • Major in Instrumentation & Process Control
        • Major in Electronics Technology
      • Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management
      • Associate in Office Administration

New & Current Students

  • Campus Events
    • The Premier Post Ed elected YJAR Bus. Mngr.
      • Desiree A. Tan, The Premier Post’s News Editor, was elected as Young Journalists Association of Region III (YJAR III) last October 25, 2006 during the 6th Regional Tertiary Press Conference held at Domus Mariae Hotel, University of the Assumption, San Fernando, Pampanga.
      • The said election was participated by young journalists from Region III.
      • Other officers completing the lists were Joffer Silva, President; Ryan Amolo, Vice President; Elaine Cris de los Reyes, Secretary; Ronel Dabu, Treasurer; Marcos Banayos, Jr, Auditor; and Board Members Donald Mariano, Bataan; Ceferino Garcia, Bulacan; Oliver Chavez, Pampanga; Pinky Verdillo, Nueva Ecija; and Emmanuel Biagan, Zambales.
    • The Premier Post launches Literary Folio
      • The Premier Post, the official Student Publication of Columban College, launched its official literary folio called Maharlikang Plutiel.
      • Maharlikang Plutiel will publish poems, essays and short stories written by the students of Columban College. It will also contain caricatures, graphic arts and photos taken by the students.
      • This folio aims to show the skills of the Columbanites when in writing literary pieces and in making visual graphics.
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  • Support Centers
  • Grading System
  • Good Classes & Teachers
  • Groups & Organizations
    • MSOP-YEC (Management Society of the Philippines - Young Enterpreneurs Club)
    • PICE (Philippine Institute of Civil Engineering)
    • Tourism Society of Columban
    • JPIA (Junior Philippines Institute of Accountancy)
    • C2S3 (College of Computer Studies Sports Society)
    • HTTP@CSAG (Heavenly Trained Talented People @ Computer Studies Artist Guild)
    • CCS@BLINK (Building Linkages)
    • Honor Roll Society
    • CCMS (Columban College Mathematics Society)
    • PASOA
    • CCSF
    • CCSSA
    • CCCoES
    • IIEE
    • PIIIE
    • IECEP
    • CCES
    • APSACC
    • ASESO
    • CCASW
    • MCS
    • Year Level and Departmental (All College Departments)
    • Graduating Class Officers (All College Departments)
  • College & Career Tips


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  • Alumni Events
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