Saint Paul University Surigao

Saint Paul University Surigao

Saint Paul University Surigao

Saint Paul University Surigao

Saint Paul University Surigao

SPUSurigao Launches PAULinis

In response to Pope Francis' call to Environmental Stewardship, St. Paul University Surigao launched the Paulinis Program on October 11, 2017.

The activity commenced with a Paraliturgy with a blessing by Sr. Jocelyn Casio, SPC, the Vice President for Christian Formation.

The event also featured games participated by College students in relation to Proper Waste Segregation.

Competitions for the program was also introduced such as the Christmas Tree Making Contest, in which the materials to be used are recyclable materials. Other competitions opened were Electronic Poster Making, Video Making, Photo Contest, Recycled Christmas Tree Making, etc.

It can be remembered that Pope Francis wrote an encyclical entitled "Laudato Si," part of which calls Catholics to care for the environment.

"All of us can cooperate as instruments of God for the care of creation, each according to his or her own culture, experience, involvements and talents."

#SPUS2020 - A leader in providing quality educational services.

Paulinians honor teachers in world teachers’ day

In celebration of the world teachers day every October 5, Paulinians set this day free from academic matters to pay tribute and honor to the sacrifices of their teachers.

The day-long event started with the celebration of the Holy Mass at the San Nicolas de Tolentino Cathedral with Fr. Larry Espuerta, DCS as mass presider. He, in his homily, emphasized the importance of teachers in our lives and pointed it out as a noble profession. Teachers from the different units were blessed during the mass.

It was then followed by the Part 1 of the Tribute Program at the SPUS Main Gymnasium where students from the different colleges presented different acts for their teachers. Dr. Antonio Talamayan, the Vice President for Academics then delivered his message.

During lunch, the different departments gathered to have a lunch salo-salo with the faculty. Each had their own pakulo of the 2-hour departmental feast.

In the afternoon, teachers engaged in different parlor games such as bring me’, paint me a picture, longest breath, and the eating contest. After which, each department had their gift-giving to their beloved teachers. Then, in behalf of the faculty, Dr. Pacita Soringa of CECA delivered her response message to the students.

It was indeed a day to remember, especially to our dearest teachers.

To all teachers, Happy Teachers’ Day!

#SPUS2020 - A leader in providing quality educational services.

SPUS Launches Month of the Holy Rosary

College and Grade 12 students formed a living rosary as St. Paul University Surigao launched the Month of the Holy Rosary on October 2, 2017.

This marked the beginning of the block rosary where an image of the Blessed Virgin will visit offices until the 31st.

The event was initiated by the Christian Formation Office, through Sr. Jocelyn Casio, SPC, the VP for Christian Formation.

Ave Maria!


Saint Paul University Surigao was hailed FIRST RUNNER-UP in the over-all ranking.
Here is the list of Paulinian journalists who emerged victorious in the recently concluded Division Schools Press Conference held at Surigao City National High School, Caraga Regional Science High School and Surigao West Central Elementary School:
News Writing Filipino
Sophia Marie Olvis - 6th Place
News Writing English
Miguel Angelo Trinidad - 2nd Place
Feature Writing Filipino
Marielle Creman - 2nd Place
Feature Writing English
Clara Ranalan - 1st Place
Editorial Writing Filipino
Ericka Josh Therese Lo - 6th Place
Editorial Writing English
Kristina Dumadag - 2nd Place
Sports Writing Filipino
Warren Setias - 7th Place
Sports Writing English
Jeremy Eviota - 1st Place
Science and Tech. Writing Filipino
Jessica Golocino - 1st Place
Science and Tech. Writing English
Ylenna Mondano - 1st Place
Copyreading and Headline Writing Filipino
Iza Clare Mira - 6th Place
Copyreading and Headline Writing English
Rian Quiachon - 3rd Place
Photojournalism Filipino
Keishi Ortiz - 4th Place
Photojournalism English
Alexandre Dolon - 4th Place
Editorial Cartooning Filipino
Euclid Soringa - 1st Place
Editorial Cartooning English
Cyndrelle Daligdig - 7th Place
Collaborative Desktop Publishing Filipino - 1st Place
Daverich Conol
Glaiza Abarico
Krystal Guntinas
Kate Egamao
Jhoana Eder
Trisha Josol
Angelou Supera
Collaborative Desktop Publishing English - 2nd Place
Caryll Matilac
Patricia Pomoy
Czaree Cassidy Pospia
Margarette Nimez
Wincy Leop
Kurt Tejada
Chim Diaz
Radio Broadcasting Filipino - 2nd Best Radio Production
3rd Best Script
Sheena Arciga - 3rd Best News Preseter
Lyssah Vergara - 2nd Best Anchor
Julie-Ar Sibala
Khienja Gonzaga
Aaliyah San Juan - 2nd Best Infomercial
Ralph Canda - 1st Best Technical Application
Bea Louise Gonzales
Radio Broadcasting English - 2nd Best Radio Production
2nd Best Script
Kirbie Valenzuela - 1st Best Anchor
Eulaine Crispino - 1st Best News Presenter
Trina Licera - 3rd Best News Presenter
Yestin Reyna
Lorijelle Yare - 4th Best Infomercial
Marcelo Meneses - 2nd Best Technical Application
Rochin Elnas
TV BROAD ENGLISH (PNC iNation) - First Place Best TV Production
First Best Script
First Best Infomercial
First Best Technical Application
Janella Sandoval - First Best News Presenter
Nino Sala -Second Best News Presenter
Doxa Llamera - Second Best News Anchor
Patrick Camarista - First Best Anchor
Romer Pacleb
Kim Namie Verano
Shacquille De Guzman
TV BROAD FILIPINO (Una mismo) - 2nd Best TV Production
2nd Best Script
2nd Best Infomercial
2nd Best Technical Application
Hannah Tulang - 3rd Best Anchor
Daniel Bataan - 2nd Best Anchor
Chloie Tugay - 3rd Best News Presenter
Angelique Labe
Sheenah Ortiz
Mikaela Ortega
Aisha Lao
Ms. Jennifer Agustin
Mr. Percious Bilazon
Mr. Frank Marba
Mr. Nino Migullas
Mr. Juan Paulo Tadifa
Mr. Walter Andit
Ms. Veverlyn Salvador
Mr. John Angelo Rejuso

Maradjaw Karadjaw, SPUSurigao!

St. Paul University Surigao placed 1st runner-up in Free Interpretation Category of the 33rd Bonok-Bonok Maradjaw Karadjaw Festival last September 9, 2017 with Pia Ysabelle Dumadag as the Festival Queen.

The school contested with other schools and barangays in the city, as well as contingents from other provinces, such as Surigao del Sur and Davao.
SPUSurigao, with Senior High School students serving as dancers, also placed 2nd in Special Award for Best in Musicality.

Viva, Sr. San Nicolas de Tolentino!