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September 2015 onwards

- Pre-enrollment of Senior High School Grade 11

October 26 - November 13, 2015

- ENROLLMENT for 2nd Semester

November 9, 2015

- OPENING CLASSES 2nd SEM (College & Voc -Tech)

November 21-22


(Graduate Studies)

December 21- January 3, 2016


January 4, 2016

- Work / Classes Resume

Campus Life in MMC: Appreciating its Environment
By: Arthur D. Antham, Moderator, The Moulder Publications

If you go inside the MMC for the first time, the first thing that captures your attention is the beautiful trees surrounding the 6 hectares campus area. The site is so relaxing to the eyes. If you go further into your observation of MMC Campus, you will notice that it is not only the trees that makes the place attractive, but a normal observation will tell you that the simple attraction of MMC Campus is a result of man-made effort. The beautification of MMC Campus is an effort of the present administration under the leadership of its President Dr. Eleanor Agapito, whose enthusiasm motivates everyone. This is just to show that MMC is adopting a continuous program to make the institution be recognized even more.

MMC Campus has a lot of trees, and accordingly trees give health benefits. The health benefits of trees are direct and indirect. Direct benefits include clean air, clean water, protection from harmful pollution, and the positive psychological effects associated with the closeness of natural environments. Indirect benefits include a more active lifestyle linked to increased outdoor activity. A growing body of local, national and international research suggests that a lack of nearness to nature may be associated with numerous harmful conditions such as asthma, childhood obesity, and childhood diabetes. Research also indicates possible association with behavior disorders, depression, and a weakened sense of place and community. Heightened health problems, higher stress, higher aggression, reduced intellectual and creative capacities, lower school achievement, ruined sense of value, and reduced efficiency are among the possible associated negative impacts.

Katipunan Tree: 116th Year of Independence
By: Elisha Faith Dumlao, Feature Editor, The Moulder Publications


Metro Manila College conducted Blessing and Wreath Laying Ceremony of the Katipunan Shrine (Centennial Tree), celebrated ahead the 116th Philippine Independence Day and the celebration of the World Earth Day last June 5, 2014, 8:00 am at the MMC grounds.

The program started with the entrance of colors, accompanied by Honor Guards of the fourth degree, Council Officers and members of St. Maximillian, Ma. Kolbe Parish Assembly CAN 2993 & Novaliches Assembly CAN 2360; SK Roger Bagay, SK Wilfredo Garcia and SK Romarico Q. Saquing (as commanders of the Honor guards), and the MMC ROTC.

A wreath laying ceremony is given annually by MMC’s administration and representatives of the Councillors of Quezon City, to give honour to the Katipunan Tree.

Sa 67 Taong Paglilingkod: MMC Mabuhay Ka
By: Elisha Faith Dumlao, Feature Editor, The Moulder Publications


The most awaited event for all Metronians is the Foundation day. It is so because a lot of activities are offered for the students, faculty and staff to enjoy in the said celebration. The foundation day started with the Pre-foundation activities conducted last September 25-26, 2014.

Several departments participated in the “Booth Display” as part of their income generating project for their organization. The name of the booth were as follows: Horror booth (CAF), Pagkain ni Juan (H.S), Karaoke (YES), Jail booth (FUEL), Peria booth (MAPEHIAN), kiss booth ( KADIPAN), Dart booth (KAMALAYSAYAN) Cinema booth (MATHEMATRIX) Grill and Baggage counter booth (FESO)

The 3-day celebration started with a thanksgiving mass offered by selected Metronian, followed by the opening ceremony and ribbon cutting led by Dr. Eleonor Agapito, MMC President. The event that was awaited by many during the first day of the celebration was the “Annual tival dance this aims to honor the centennial tree “Katipunan Tree” which silently witnessed the historic fight of the Filipino for our independence. The battle begins as the contestants started to show off their heartbreaking performance. Presenters Ms. Emelyn Borbon and Dr. Ma. Rachelle Delos Santos awarded the winners in different categories such as:

Best in Costume and Props: Basic Education (Dinagyang Festival)
Best in Choreography: Criminology (Pinta Flores Festival)
Major awards:
2nd runner up: Basic Education (Dinagyang Festival)
1st runner up: Education-BSED (Maskara Festival)
Champion: Criminology (Pinata Flores)

MMC Receives Level-II
By: Rochelle D. Bernas, Associate Editor, The Moulder Publications


Metro Manila College, with ambassadors from Metro Manila College headed by Dr. Eleanor M. Agapito (MMC President), bagged awards in the 29th ACSCU-AAI National Assembly with the theme, “Transition towards Integration: Confronting the Challenges of the New Education Order” at Greenleaf Hotel, General Santos City, a three-day affair hosted by the Holy Trinity College of General Santos City and General Santos Hope Christian School last May 21 to 23, 2014.

The school was awarded Three (3)- Year Reaccreditation Status equivalent to Level II accreditation for the six programs: Education (BEED and BSED), Business Management, Graduate programs (Doctor of Philosophy in Development Education and Master of Arts in Education, and Masters in Business Administration.

First Metro Manila College Leadership Program
By: Rochelle D. Bernas, Associate Editor, The Moulder Publications


First time in MMC history!

With theme, “you must be the change you want to see in the world”, Metro Manila College launched its first leadership training program for all Metronian leaders last May 29, 30 and 31.

Attended by most 40 students from student organizations officers, CES volunteer and Moulder staffers, the program was held at MMC-review room in the first two days and at Norzagaray Adventure Beach Resort in the last day. It was made possible by the collaboration of the Office of Student Affairs Director, Dr. Natividad M. Villano, Dr. Dana Tebia, and Dr. Manny Magculang, selected faculty professors, and the previous presidents of the three student organizations.

They conducted a series of activities such as team building, leadership training and seminars. “… Leaders are not born, they are made…” Dr. Magculang said.