Who is the patron saint of Letran?

Saint John the Baptist
Saint John the Baptist, for whom the basilica is named, is the patron saint of Letran. The college was founded by Don Juan Geromino Guerrero in 1620, a retired Spanish officer and one of the Knights of Malta, in Intramuros as Colegio de Niños Huerfanos de San Juan de Letran.

How much is the tuition fee in Colegio de San Juan de Letran?

48,627 PHP (2015 – 16)
Colegio de San Juan de Letran/Undergraduate tuition and fees

Why is Letran a good school?

Letran has a big campus and also a big number of students. but weather it has a big number of population it still maintaned the good education. It is also known for it’s good quality education which results to High Quality graduates.

How old is Letran Manila?

Colegio de San Juan de Letran emerged from the fusion of two similar institutions both located in Intramuros. The first was founded in 1620 by Don Juan Geronimo Guerrero, a retired Spanish Officer, who transformed his hermitage home into an orphanage called the Colegio de Niños Huerfanos de San Juan de Letran.

What is the meaning of Deus Patria Letran?

The Colegio’s Motto: Deus, Patria, Letran (for God, for Country, for Letran) Her motto is embodied in the triune ideal of God, country, and alma mater…

When was Letran Bataan founded?

The community of St. John Lateran, the Board of Colegio de San Juan de Letran and the Council of the Philippine Dominican Province approved the establishment of Letran Bataan in 1998.

How many semesters are in Letran College?

A student can apply only for LOA twice during his entire stay in the Colegio. In such cases, the total period covered by the approved LOA shall not exceed four (4) regular semesters.

Is there Nursing in Letran?

The School of Nursing is the arm of the Colegio that manages BS Nursing program. The School of Nursing of Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba envisions itself as a CENTER of Excellence in nursing education, research, practice, and service.

When was Letran Calamba founded?

Its story started in March 1979 when it was founded by its mother-institution, Letran Intramuros. It is the first institution of higher learning established by the Dominican Province of the Philippines; the rest having been put up by the Spanish Dominicans.

Who is a Letranite?

A Letranite is a faithful witness to the gospel message empowered by his strong relationship with the Lord and the teachings of his alma mater. He lives his faith based on sound catholic doctrines. Inspired by love of God and love of neighbor, he practices charity and justice to promote peace.

What do we mean to be a Dominican and a Letranite?

The Letranite is stirred by constant search for truth. He has uncompromising passion for truth. Instilled with the Dominican spirit, he acts with reason and insight. The Letranite is a dynamic leader imbued with a strong desire to be of service to humanity.