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The Paulinian graduate is expected to:
1.
demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the
methods of inquiry and how these methods are used to
interpret knowledge in their own field;
2.
analyze problems and issues and generate ideas and
solutions that contribute to a better understanding of the
world;
3.
use innovative methods and technologies in solving
problems and in making decisions;
4.
demonstrate ethical standards in the conduct of research
5.
utilize research findings for the upliftment of local,
national and global communities;
6.
communicate effectively and confidently in a given social
context through verbal and written texts;
7.
manifest support for global sustainable development and
the preservation of cultural heritage through active
engagement in local, national and international
endeavors;
8.
engage in service learning activities, either as a leader or
an active member;
9.
manifest sound relationships with God, self, others, and
the environment with compassion, respect, integrity and
empathy; and
10.
practice Christian servant leadership to contribute
positively to the accomplishment of team goals through
collaborative processes.
Paulinian Core Values
(The 5 Cs)
ST. PAUL UNIVERSITY
PHILIPPINES
Being a Christ-centered service institution, St. Paul University
Philippines sees its roles as providing the students opportunities to
discover and develop their human potentials to the full. We commit
ourselves to make every Paulinian a:
Christian Leader, imbued with a social doctrinal training, good
spirit and will power to live the Faith and be a Christian witness in the
community;
Paulinian, one who generates gracious warmth, simplicity,
sincerity and dynamic leadership in work;
Filipino, a worthy and responsible citizen of the Philippines proud
of his national identity and one who is of ready service to God and
his fellowmen;
Good Person, imbued with a balanced personality with its mark
being a proper balance between the interior and exterior self (things
outside self), and an awareness of the dignity of self and others;
Competent and Committed Graduate, one equipped with
the necessary knowledge, skills and values demanded of his
profession and committed to the application of these for service to
the community;
Responsible Citizen, one with an awareness of his relations
with society and a sense of responsibility for and commitment to its
improvement through the exercise of professional competence and
dedication;
Efficient and Effective Communicator, one who explores
ideas critically and expresses them clearly in various modes for a
variety of purposes that are meaningful to the society and the Church.
Critical Thinker and Problem Solver, one who utilizes
innovative and creative methods/strategies and technologies to find
solutions to problems, and to formulate and implement decisions.
Lifelong Learner
, one who is aware of the significance of life;
keeps track of, manages and evaluates his/her own thought
processes, performance and behavior; and accepts and seeks new
challenges in learning.
Institutional Outcomes
Graduate
Attributes
ST. PAUL UNIVERSITY
PHILIPPINES is an internationally recognized
institution dedicated to the formation of competent
leaders and responsible citizens of their communities,
country, and the world.
transformation through:
research, and community services;
atmosphere of compassionate caring,
Christ is the CENTER of Paulinian life. The Paulinian follows and
imitates Christ, doing everything in reference to Him.
Commission The Paulinian has a mission - a LIFE PURPOSE to spread the Good
News. Like Christ, he/she actively works “to save” this world, to make it a better place to live
in.
Community The Paulinian is a RESPONSIBLE FAMILY MEMBER and CITIZEN,
concerned with building communities, promotion of peoples, justice and peace, and the
protection of the environment.
Charism The Paulinian develops his/her GIFTS/TALENTS to be put in the service of the
community, he/she strives to grow and improve daily, always seeking the better and finer
things and the Final Good.
Charity Urged on by the LOVE OF CHRIST, the Paulinian is warm, loving, hospitable
and "all to all", especially to the underprivileged.
Vision
Mision

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Institutional Outcomes The Paulinian graduate is expected to: 1. demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the methods of inquiry and how these methods are used to interpret knowledge in their own field; 2. analyze problems and issues and generate ideas and solutions that contribute to a better understanding of the world; 3. use innovative methods and technologies in solving problems and in making decisions; 4. demonstrate ethical standards in the conduct of research 5. utilize research findings for the upliftment of local, national and global communities; 6. communicate effectively and confidently in a given social context through verbal and written texts; 7. manifest support for global sustainable development and the preservation of cultural heritage through active engagement in local, national and international endeavors; 8. engage in service learning activities, either as a leader or an active member; 9. manifest sound relationships with God, self, others, and the environment with compassion, respect, integrity and empathy; and 10. practice Christian servant leadership to contribute positively to the accomplishment of team goals through collaborative processes. Commission ST. PAUL UNIVERSITY PHILIPPINES Vision ST. PAUL UNIVERSITY PHILIPPINES is an internationally recognized institution dedicated to the formation of competent leaders and responsible citizens of their communities, country, and the world. Mision Animated by the gospel and guided by the teachings of the Church, it helps to uplift the quality of life and to effect social transformation through: • Quality, Catholic, Paulinian formation, academic excellence, research, and community services; • Optimum access to Paulinian education and service in an atmosphere of compassionate caring, • responsive and innovative management processes. Paulinian Core Values Christ is the CENTER of Paulinian life. The Paulinian follows and imitates Christ, doing(The everything in5 reference C’s)to Him. The Paulinian has a mission - a LIFE PURPOSE to spread the Good News. Like Christ, he/she actively works “to save” this world, to make it a better place to live in. Community The Paulinian is a RESPONSIBLE FAMILY MEMBER and CITIZEN, concerned with building communities, promotion of peoples, justice and peace, and the protection of the environment. Charism Graduate Being a Christ-centered service institution, St. Paul University Philippines seesAttributes its roles as providing the students opportunities to discover and develop their human potentials to the full. We commit ourselves to make every Paulinian a: Christian Leader, imbued with a social doctrinal training, good spirit and will power to live the Faith and be a Christian witness in the community; Paulinian, one who generates gracious warmth, simplicity, sincerity and dynamic leadership in work; Filipino, a worthy and responsible citizen of the Philippines proud of his national identity and one who is of ready service to God and his fellowmen; Good Person, imbued with a balanced personality with its mark being a proper balance between the interior and exterior self (things outside self), and an awareness of the dignity of self and others; Competent and Committed Graduate, one equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills and values demanded of his profession and committed to the application of these for service to the community; Responsible Citizen, one with an awareness of his relations with society and a sense of responsibility for and commitment to its improvement through the exercise of professional competence and dedication; Efficient and Effective Communicator, one who explores ideas critically and expresses them clearly in various modes for a variety of purposes that are meaningful to the society and the Church. Critical Thinker and Problem Solver, one who utilizes innovative and creative methods/strategies and technologies to find solutions to problems, and to formulate and implement decisions. Lifelong Learner, one who is aware of the significance of life; keeps track of, manages and evaluates his/her own thought processes, performance and behavior; and accepts and seeks new challenges in learning. The Paulinian develops his/her GIFTS/TALENTS to be put in the service of the community, he/she strives to grow and improve daily, always seeking the better and finer things and the Final Good. Charity Urged on by the LOVE OF CHRIST, the Paulinian is warm, loving, hospitable and "all to all", especially to the underprivileged. Name: Description: ...
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