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The university started as a [[single-sex education|boys']] [[elementary school|elementary]] and [[high school]].<ref name="centennial 1920">{{cite web | url = http://centennial.dlsu.edu.ph/celebration/history/1920.html | title = History: 1920 | publisher = De La Salle University | accessdate = 2011-06-15}}</ref> The high school and grade school departments were dissolved in 1968 and 1978 respectively.<ref name="centennial 1960">{{cite web | url = http://centennial.dlsu.edu.ph/celebration/history/1960.html | title = History: 1960 | publisher = De La Salle University | accessdate = 2011-06-15}}</ref><ref name="centennial 1970">{{cite web | url = http://centennial.dlsu.edu.ph/celebration/history/1970.html | title = History: 1970 | publisher = De La Salle University | accessdate = 2011-06-15}}</ref><ref name="DLSU history">{{cite web|url=http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/inside/history.asp |title=History |publisher=De La Salle University |accessdate=2011-05-14 |url-status=dead |archiveurl=https://deepweb.to/?/web/20120103062440/http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/inside/history.asp |archivedate=2012-01-03 }}</ref> DLSU currently offers [[coeducational]] [[undergraduate]] and [[graduate degree]] programs through its seven colleges and one school specializing in varied disciplines, including business, engineering and liberal arts.<ref name="congested">{{cite news | url = http://thelasallian.com/2011/01/23/lasallians-suffer-from-limited-campus-space/ | title = Lasallians suffer from limited campus space | author = Kim Mendoza | author2= David Pagulayan | author3 = Lyzette Siazar | date = 2011-01-23 | accessdate = 2011-05-16 | newspaper = The LaSallian | location = Manila}}</ref> DLSU, granted university status on February 1975, is the oldest constituent of [[De La Salle Philippines]] (DLSP), a network of 16 Lasallian institutions established in 2006 to replace the [[De La Salle Philippines#Historical background|De La Salle University System]].<ref name="csb history">{{cite web | url = http://www.dls-csb.edu.ph/default.asp?section=10&what=1000118 | title = College history | publisher = De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde | accessdate = 2011-05-26 | url-status = dead | archiveurl = https://deepweb.to/?/web/20110719035024/http://www.dls-csb.edu.ph/default.asp?section=10&what=1000118 | archivedate = 2011-07-19 }}</ref><ref name="DLSP history">{{cite web|url=http://www.delasalle.ph/index.php?page=about&section=facts |archive-url=https://deepweb.to/?/web/20090701170935/http://www.delasalle.ph/index.php?page=about&section=facts |url-status=dead |archive-date=2009-07-01 |title=De La Salle Philippines: A Brief History |publisher=De La Salle Philippines |accessdate=2011-05-26 }}</ref><ref name="dlsp dlsu">{{cite web|url=http://delasalle.ph/index.php?page=about&section=dlsu |archive-url=https://deepweb.to/?/web/20090701170930/http://www.delasalle.ph/index.php?page=about&section=dlsu |url-status=dead |archive-date=2009-07-01 |publisher=De La Salle Philippines |title=De La Salle University |accessdate=2011-05-26 }}</ref>
 
The university started as a [[single-sex education|boys']] [[elementary school|elementary]] and [[high school]].<ref name="centennial 1920">{{cite web | url = http://centennial.dlsu.edu.ph/celebration/history/1920.html | title = History: 1920 | publisher = De La Salle University | accessdate = 2011-06-15}}</ref> The high school and grade school departments were dissolved in 1968 and 1978 respectively.<ref name="centennial 1960">{{cite web | url = http://centennial.dlsu.edu.ph/celebration/history/1960.html | title = History: 1960 | publisher = De La Salle University | accessdate = 2011-06-15}}</ref><ref name="centennial 1970">{{cite web | url = http://centennial.dlsu.edu.ph/celebration/history/1970.html | title = History: 1970 | publisher = De La Salle University | accessdate = 2011-06-15}}</ref><ref name="DLSU history">{{cite web|url=http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/inside/history.asp |title=History |publisher=De La Salle University |accessdate=2011-05-14 |url-status=dead |archiveurl=https://deepweb.to/?/web/20120103062440/http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/inside/history.asp |archivedate=2012-01-03 }}</ref> DLSU currently offers [[coeducational]] [[undergraduate]] and [[graduate degree]] programs through its seven colleges and one school specializing in varied disciplines, including business, engineering and liberal arts.<ref name="congested">{{cite news | url = http://thelasallian.com/2011/01/23/lasallians-suffer-from-limited-campus-space/ | title = Lasallians suffer from limited campus space | author = Kim Mendoza | author2= David Pagulayan | author3 = Lyzette Siazar | date = 2011-01-23 | accessdate = 2011-05-16 | newspaper = The LaSallian | location = Manila}}</ref> DLSU, granted university status on February 1975, is the oldest constituent of [[De La Salle Philippines]] (DLSP), a network of 16 Lasallian institutions established in 2006 to replace the [[De La Salle Philippines#Historical background|De La Salle University System]].<ref name="csb history">{{cite web | url = http://www.dls-csb.edu.ph/default.asp?section=10&what=1000118 | title = College history | publisher = De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde | accessdate = 2011-05-26 | url-status = dead | archiveurl = https://deepweb.to/?/web/20110719035024/http://www.dls-csb.edu.ph/default.asp?section=10&what=1000118 | archivedate = 2011-07-19 }}</ref><ref name="DLSP history">{{cite web|url=http://www.delasalle.ph/index.php?page=about&section=facts |archive-url=https://deepweb.to/?/web/20090701170935/http://www.delasalle.ph/index.php?page=about&section=facts |url-status=dead |archive-date=2009-07-01 |title=De La Salle Philippines: A Brief History |publisher=De La Salle Philippines |accessdate=2011-05-26 }}</ref><ref name="dlsp dlsu">{{cite web|url=http://delasalle.ph/index.php?page=about&section=dlsu |archive-url=https://deepweb.to/?/web/20090701170930/http://www.delasalle.ph/index.php?page=about&section=dlsu |url-status=dead |archive-date=2009-07-01 |publisher=De La Salle Philippines |title=De La Salle University |accessdate=2011-05-26 }}</ref>
   
People affiliated with De La Salle University include over 100,000 alumni,<ref name="alumni">{{cite web | url = http://www.dlsaa.com/dlsaa/about/quickfacts.php | archive-url = https://deepweb.to/?/web/20110727232451/http://www.dlsaa.com/dlsaa/about/quickfacts.php | url-status = dead | archive-date = 2011-07-27 | title = DLSAA Quick Facts | publisher = De La Salle Alumni Association}}</ref> 888 faculty,<ref name="faculty">{{cite web | url = http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/facts_and_figures/dlsu-faculty.asp | title= Faculty | publisher = De La Salle University | accessdate = 2011-05-31}}</ref> honorary degree recipients and university administrators. Among them are [[National Artists of the Philippines]], [[Ramon Magsaysay Award]]ees, officials of the [[Catholic Church]] and the [[government of the Philippines]], presidential cabinet appointees, politicians - highly revered "Senators Lorenzo Tanada and Jose Ka Pepe Diokno", Congressman Teddy Casiño, writer and journalist. and was a member of the House of Representatives of Bayan Muna, Majority Floor Leader of the House of Representatives Rolando Andaya Jr. and several Senators Congressmen, Governors, Mayors and Vice Mayors, U.N. Ambassadors, a WWII ace USAFFE fighter pilot - Col. Jesus A. Villamor, several WWII Martyred De La Salle Brothers, Pro-democracy De La Salle Brothers, notable Lasallian billionaires John Gokongwei, Faith Gokongwei, Hope Gokongwei, Hans Sy, Henry Sy Jr., Herbert Sy, Harley Sy, Basilio Yap, Emilio Yap III, Magaret Ty-Chan, Eduardo Cojuangco, Enrique Razon, Jaime Zobel de Ayala, Enrique Zobel, Santiago Zobel, Paquito Ortigas, Jorge Araneta, Ramon V. Del Rosario of Phinma, Alfonso Yuchengco, Jose Concepcion, Michael Romero, Joseph Calata, David Consunji, Edgar Saavedra, Oscar Lopez, Michael Cosiquie, McDonald's PH Chairman & Founder - George T. Yang, Dennis Uy, Tony Tui, Alvin Lao, Alibaba's Jack Ma, and more prominent Business Leaders, Corporate Executive Officers, CFO's, Industrialists, Bankers, Central Bank Governors, Finance Ministers, Property and Real Estate Developers, Technocrats, Academics and Educators, Br. Andrew Gonzalez, FSC and Br. Armin Luistro, FSC both DepEd Secretaries and Br. Rolando Dizon, FSC a CHED Secretary, Ramon C. Bacani Undersecretary for Regional Operations of DepEd, Senen C. Bacani - Secretary of Agriculture, Sec.Ernie Ordonez of the DTI, Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr., San Juan Congressman Jose Mari Gonzalez, Engineers, Inventors, Writers, Artists, Musical Composers and Arrangers, Song Writers, Stage actors, Movie and TV actors, Film and Television directors, several TV hosts, Local and International News Media Personalities - Ira Panginiban of DzXL, GMA7's Imbestigador Mike Enriquez, BBC's Rico Hizon, Overseas Press Club of America Awardee and an EMMY Awardee in the news and documentary category - Amb. Chito Sta. Romana of ABC News America, ANC's Market Edge Cathy Yap Yang and Ms. Liza Berroya of Bloomberg Business News, CNN's Pinky Webb and many others. There are several notable Olympians such as Ian Lariba, NCAA, UAAP, PBA, PVL, PSL players and Champion coaches, International Bowler Paeng Nepomuceno - a Guinness Book World Record Holder, DLSU footballer Cito Roque - the first Filipino astronaut chosen by NASA's Buzz Aldrin, Gary Valenciano - UNICEF Ambassador, Engr. Geronimo Velasco - President Marcos' "Energy Czar" the Architect of Philippine Nuclear Energy, Engr. Angelo Casimiro - inventor of the phone charging shoe and several other innovative electronic gadgets and Engr. Maria Yzabell Angel Palma - inventor of the "Green Air-Conditioner". De La Salle's roster of notable alumni is constantly increasing year after year. The DLSAA list needs to be regularly updated.
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People affiliated with De La Salle University include over 100,000 alumni,<ref name="alumni">{{cite web | url = http://www.dlsaa.com/dlsaa/about/quickfacts.php | archive-url = https://deepweb.to/?/web/20110727232451/http://www.dlsaa.com/dlsaa/about/quickfacts.php | url-status = dead | archive-date = 2011-07-27 | title = DLSAA Quick Facts | publisher = De La Salle Alumni Association}}</ref> 888 faculty,<ref name="faculty">{{cite web | url = http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/facts_and_figures/dlsu-faculty.asp | title= Faculty | publisher = De La Salle University | accessdate = 2011-05-31}}</ref> honorary degree recipients and university administrators. Among them are [[National Artists of the Philippines]], [[Ramon Magsaysay Award]]ees, officials of the [[Catholic Church]] and the [[government of the Philippines]], presidential cabinet appointees, and politicians such as highly revered Senators [[Lorenzo Tañada]] and [[Jose Diokno]], Congressman [[Teddy Casiño]], San Juan Congressman Jose Mari Gonzalez, and [[Rolando Andaya Jr.]] Other notable alumni are [[WWII]] ace USAFFE fighter pilot - Col. [[Jesus A. Villamor]] and Br. [[Egbert Xavier Kelly]], FSC.
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Notable Lasallian billionaires are the Gokongwei family – [[John Gokongwei]], Faith Gokongwei, Hope Gokongwei; as well as the Sy family – [[Henry Sy]], Hans Sy, Henry Sy Jr., Herbert Sy, and Harley Sy. Others include Basilio Yap, Emilio Yap III, Magaret Ty-Chan, [[Eduardo Cojuangco Jr.]], [[Enrique K. Razon]], [[Jaime Zobel de Ayala]], [[Enrique Zobel]], Santiago Zobel, Paquito Ortigas, Jorge Araneta, Ramon V. Del Rosario of Phinma, [[Alfonso Yuchengco]], Jose Concepcion, Michael Romero, Joseph Calata, David Consunji, Edgar Saavedra, Oscar Lopez, Michael Cosiquie, McDonald's PH Chairman & Founder - George T. Yang, [[Dennis Uy]], Tony Tui, Alvin Lao, and Alibaba's [[Jack Ma]].
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Notable academics and educators include former DepEd Secretaries Br. [[Andrew Gonzalez]], FSC and Br. [[Armin Luistro]], FSC. Br. [[Rolando Dizon]], FSC served as CHED Secretary, Ramon C. Bacani as Undersecretary for Regional Operations of DepEd, Senen C. Bacani as Secretary of Agriculture, and Sec. Ernie Ordonez of the DTI.
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The university has also produced notable Local and International Media Personalities such as UNICEF Ambassador, actor and singer [[Gary Valenciano]], Ira Panginiban of DzXL, GMA7's Imbestigador [[Mike Enriquez]], BBC's [[Rico Hizon]], Amb. Chito Sta. Romana of ABC News America, ANC's Market Edge Cathy Yap Yang, Liza Berroya of Bloomberg Business News, CNN's [[Pinky Webb]], and many others.
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Notable athletes include Olympian [[Ian Lariba]], basketball players [[Kurt Bachmann]], [[Lim Eng Beng]], and [[Renren Ritualo]], and volleyball player Manilla Santos. International Bowler [[Paeng Nepomuceno]] is a [[Guinness World Records]] Holder. Notable engineers include Engr. Geronimo Velasco - President Marcos' "Energy Czar" and the Architect of Philippine Nuclear Energy, Engr. Angelo Casimiro - inventor of the phone charging shoe and several other innovative electronic gadgets and Engr. Maria Yzabell Angel Palma - inventor of the "Green Air-Conditioner". De La Salle's roster of notable alumni is constantly increasing year after year.
   
 
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St La Salle Hall, called "DLSU's most historic building" by The LaSallian[1]

De La Salle University (Tagalog: Pamantasang De La Salle) (DLSU) is a private La Sallian university in Malate, Manila, Philippines. It was founded in 1911 by De La Salle Brothers as the De La Salle College in Paco, Manila with Blimond Pierre serving as its first director.[2] DLSU traces its founding to Manila Archbishop Jeremiah James Harty. He believed that the establishment of a La Salle school in Manila was instrumental in preempting the spread of Protestantism in the Philippines through the arrival of the Thomasites and Protestant missions.[3] His request would later be endorsed in 1907 by Pope Pius X. An envoy of De La Salle Brothers arrived in 1910.[4]

The university started as a boys' elementary and high school.[5] The high school and grade school departments were dissolved in 1968 and 1978 respectively.[6][7][8] DLSU currently offers coeducational undergraduate and graduate degree programs through its seven colleges and one school specializing in varied disciplines, including business, engineering and liberal arts.[9] DLSU, granted university status on February 1975, is the oldest constituent of De La Salle Philippines (DLSP), a network of 16 Lasallian institutions established in 2006 to replace the De La Salle University System.[10][11][12]

People affiliated with De La Salle University include over 100,000 alumni,[13] 888 faculty,[14] honorary degree recipients and university administrators. Among them are National Artists of the Philippines, Ramon Magsaysay Awardees, officials of the Catholic Church and the government of the Philippines, presidential cabinet appointees, and politicians such as highly revered Senators Lorenzo Tañada and Jose Diokno, Congressman Teddy Casiño, San Juan Congressman Jose Mari Gonzalez, and Rolando Andaya Jr. Other notable alumni are WWII ace USAFFE fighter pilot - Col. Jesus A. Villamor and Br. Egbert Xavier Kelly, FSC.

Notable Lasallian billionaires are the Gokongwei family – John Gokongwei, Faith Gokongwei, Hope Gokongwei; as well as the Sy family – Henry Sy, Hans Sy, Henry Sy Jr., Herbert Sy, and Harley Sy. Others include Basilio Yap, Emilio Yap III, Magaret Ty-Chan, Eduardo Cojuangco Jr., Enrique K. Razon, Jaime Zobel de Ayala, Enrique Zobel, Santiago Zobel, Paquito Ortigas, Jorge Araneta, Ramon V. Del Rosario of Phinma, Alfonso Yuchengco, Jose Concepcion, Michael Romero, Joseph Calata, David Consunji, Edgar Saavedra, Oscar Lopez, Michael Cosiquie, McDonald's PH Chairman & Founder - George T. Yang, Dennis Uy, Tony Tui, Alvin Lao, and Alibaba's Jack Ma.

Notable academics and educators include former DepEd Secretaries Br. Andrew Gonzalez, FSC and Br. Armin Luistro, FSC. Br. Rolando Dizon, FSC served as CHED Secretary, Ramon C. Bacani as Undersecretary for Regional Operations of DepEd, Senen C. Bacani as Secretary of Agriculture, and Sec. Ernie Ordonez of the DTI.

The university has also produced notable Local and International Media Personalities such as UNICEF Ambassador, actor and singer Gary Valenciano, Ira Panginiban of DzXL, GMA7's Imbestigador Mike Enriquez, BBC's Rico Hizon, Amb. Chito Sta. Romana of ABC News America, ANC's Market Edge Cathy Yap Yang, Liza Berroya of Bloomberg Business News, CNN's Pinky Webb, and many others.

Notable athletes include Olympian Ian Lariba, basketball players Kurt Bachmann, Lim Eng Beng, and Renren Ritualo, and volleyball player Manilla Santos. International Bowler Paeng Nepomuceno is a Guinness World Records Holder. Notable engineers include Engr. Geronimo Velasco - President Marcos' "Energy Czar" and the Architect of Philippine Nuclear Energy, Engr. Angelo Casimiro - inventor of the phone charging shoe and several other innovative electronic gadgets and Engr. Maria Yzabell Angel Palma - inventor of the "Green Air-Conditioner". De La Salle's roster of notable alumni is constantly increasing year after year.

Alumni and faculty

Alumni

Fields with a – are unknown; NA – not applicable
Name Relationship Discipline Known for Notes
Benjamin Abalos, Jr. History and political science Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines from 2004 to 2007, Mayor of Mandaluyong City, (June 30, 1998 – June 30, 2004, June 30, 2007 - June 30, 2016) [15]
Carla Abellana Psychology (AB-PSM) cum laude Actress, born: Carla Angeline Reyes on (1986-06-12) June 12, 1986 (age 33) [16]
Ogie Alcasid
Actor, born: Herminio Jose Lualhati Alcasid, Jr. on (1967-08-27) August 27, 1967 (age 52) [17]
Don Allado
Philippine Basketball Association player [18]
Rafael Alunan III Business administration and history Department of the Interior and Local Government secretary from 1992 to 1996 [19][20]
Rolando Andaya, Jr. Business and economics Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines [21]
Darlene Antonino-Custodio Management Mayor of General Santos [22]
Ryan Araña
Philippine Basketball Association player [23]
Drew Arellano Marketing management Actor [24]
Aaron Atayde Communication arts Sportscaster [25]
Arjo Atayde Entrepreneurship Actor, born: Juan Carlos Campos Atayde on (1990-11-16) November 16, 1990 (age 29); daughter of veteran actress Sylvia Sanchez [26]
Joseph Bernardo Business administration Ambassador of the Philippines to Spain [27]
Hernani A. Braganza History Department of Agrarian Reform secretary from 2001 to 2003 [28]
Rafael Buenaventura Commerce Central Bank of the Philippines governor from 1999 to 2005 [29]
Junjun Cabatu
Philippine Basketball Association player [30]
Jose Isidro Camacho e Mathematics Department of Finance secretary from 2001 to 2003 [31]
Mark Cardona
Philippine Basketball Association player [32]
Eduardo Cojuangco, Jr. Secondary NA Chairman of San Miguel Corporation [33][34]
Jose Concepcion, Jr. Commerce Department of Trade and Industry secretary from 1986 to 1991 [35]
Mike Cortez
Philippine Basketball Association player [36]
Elsa Martinez Coscolluela Graduate Literature Vice President for Academic Affairs of University of St. La Salle [37]
David Consunji Secondary NA Department of Public Works, Transportation and Communications secretary from 1971 to 1975 [38][39]
Jose Cuisa, Jr. Commerce Central Bank of the Philippines governor from 1990 to 1993 [40]
Leila de Lima History and political science former Department of Justice secretary, incumbent Senator [41]
Jose de Venecia, Jr. Secondary NA Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Philippines in 1992–1998 and 2005–2008 [42][43][44]
Enchong Dee Development studies ABS-CBN Star Magic celebrity, born: Ernest Lorenzo Velasquez Dee on (1989-11-05) November 5, 1989 (age 30); younger brother of AJ Dee [45]
Monsour del Rosario Arts Taekwondo practitioner, incumbent Member, House of Representatives [46]
Ramon del Rosario, Jr. Commerce and social sciences Department of Finance secretary from 1992 to 1993 [47]
Jose Diokno Commerce Senator of the Philippines in 1963–1969 and 1968–1972 [48]
Joseph Victor Ejercito Political science Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines [49]
Michael Elbinias
Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals of the Philippines [50]
Mike Enriquez Commerce GMA radio and TV journalist [51]
Eileen Ermita-Buhain Psychology Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines [52]
Butch Francisco U History-Political Science Co-founder of Jeeves of Belgravia Manila [53]
Cheryl Fuerte Computer science Web designer [54]
Jerwin Gaco Graduate
Philippine Basketball Association player [55]
Peque Gallaga Secondary NA Film director [56]
Albert S. Garcia Philosophy Member of the House of Representatives [57]
Tet Garcia Accountancy and economics Governor of Bataan from 1992 to 1994 [58]
John Gokongwei Graduate Business administration Chairman of JG Summit Holdings [59]
John Paul Gomez Mechanical engineering Chess grandmaster [60]
Jose Antonio Gonzalez
Former Department of Tourism secretary [61]
Armando Goyena Commerce Actor [62]
Quinito Henson East Asian studies and economics Sports analyst [63]
Niña Jose European studies Actress [64]
Ernesto Kahn Commerce Former San Miguel Corporation President [65]
Edwin Lacierda Communication arts Spokesperson of President of the Philippines Benigno Aquino III [66]
Salvador Laurel Secondary NA Vice President of the Philippines from 1986 to 1992 [67]
Richmond Lee Industrial Engineering Patent attorney [68]
Lim Eng Beng
Philippine Basketball Association player [69]
Jun Limpot
Philippine Basketball Association player [69]
Japoy Lizardo U
Taekwondo practitioner [70]
Leandro Locsin Secondary NA National Artist of the Philippines for architecture [71]
Teodoro Locsin, Jr. Secondary NA Former member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, incumbent Secretary of Foreign Affairs [72]
Mara Lopez Communication arts Actress [73]
Ramon Magsaysay, Jr. Secondary NA Former senator of the Philippines [74]
Ervin Malicdem Electronics and Communications Engineering, Multimedia Arts Winner of the 1st Philippine Animation Competition, Environment and mapping advocate [75][76][77]
Tommy Manotoc Secondary NA Philippine Basketball Association coach [78]
Edu Manzano Elementary NA Actor [79]
Florencio Miraflores Industrial engineering Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines [80]
Kitchie Nadal Education and psychology Singer [81]
Paeng Nepomuceno
Bowler [82]
Sam Oh International studies Talk show host [83]
Jennifer Olayvar U International studies Ballerina [84]
Francisco Ortigas, Jr. Arts Former Department of Finance secretary [85]
Sergio Osmeña III Secondary NA Senator of the Philippines [86]
Cholo de Guia Pabalan Communication Arts A Music Theory lead vocalist [87][88]
Cayetano Paderanga, Jr. Accountancy National Economic and Development Authority director-general [89]
Murphy Nicholas Xavier Pakiam Graduate Counselling Roman Catholic Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur [90]
Francis Pangilinan Accounting Senator of the Philippines [89]
Jose Pardo Graduate Business administration Department of Finance secretary from 2000 to 2001 [91]
Prospero Pichay, Jr. Commerce Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines from 1998 to 2007 [92]
John Jo Presingular Communication Arts A Music Theory drummer [87][88]
Monico Puentevella Political science Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines [93]
Cesar Purisima Accountancy Department of Finance secretary [94]
Ralph Recto Business Administration Senator of the Philippines [95]
Gilbert Remulla Elementary NA 2010 Philippine Senate election candidate [96][97]
José Javier Reyes Literature Film director [98]
LJ Reyes Commerce Actress [99]
Ren-Ren Ritualo
Philippine Basketball Association player [69]
Jesse Robredo Industrial management and mechanical engineering Department of the Interior and Local Government secretary [100]
Mariel Rodriguez
Bachelor of Arts in Philippine Studies, major in Filipino in Mass Media
Actress [101]
Alberto Romulo Accountancy Department of Foreign Affairs secretary from 2004 to 2011 [102]
JC Santos Filipino in Mass Media A Music Theory lead guitarist [87][88]
Sebastian Francis Shah Graduate Counselling Auxiliary bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lahore [103]
Carlo Sharma
Philippine Basketball Association player [104]
Rogelio Singson Graduate Public and business management Department of Public Works and Highways secretary [105]
Lorenzo V. Tan Graduate Commerce, Major in Accounting Banker, Bankers Association of the Philippines President [106]
Tyrone Tang Business management Philippine Basketball Association player [107]
Mark Telan
Philippine Basketball Association player [108]
Gilbert Teodoro Commerce Department of National Defense secretary from 2007 to 2010 [109]
John Iremil Teodoro Graduate Fine arts Literary writer [110]
TJ Trinidad Commerce Actor [111]
Antonio Trillanes IV Electronics and communications engineering Senator of the Philippines [112]
Jong Uichico
Philippine Basketball Association coach [113]
Gary Valenciano
Dancer [17]
Luis R. Villafuerte, Jr. Political science Governor of Camarines Sur [114]
Jesús A. Villamor Arts World War II veteran [115]
Martin Villarama Business administration Supreme Court of the Philippines justice [116]
Bernardo Villegas Commerce and humanities Founder of University of Asia and the Pacific [117]
Jason Webb
Philippine Basketball League player [118]
Pinky Webb Psychology Newscaster [119]
Roselle Nava Marketing Management ABS-CBN diva/singer
Willy Wilson
Philippine Basketball Association player [120]
Rico Yan Business management Actor [121]
Joseph Yeo
Philippine Basketball Association player [122]
Francis Zamora Psychology Mayor, San Juan, Metro Manila [123]
Ronaldo Zamora Secondary NA Executive secretary to President of the Philippines Joseph Estrada [124]
Jose Zubiri, Jr. Management Governor of Bukidnon [125]
Lynn Ching-Pascual
GMA Network personality and host
Randy Santiago Communication Arts Actor
Iya Villania Psychology Actress, TV host, and VJ [126]

Faculty

Name Relationship Discipline Known for Notes
Michael M. Alba Former Dean and Current President of FEU Group of Universities Economics College of Business and Economics
Heber Bartolome Former professor Literature Musician [127]
Cirilo Bautista Professor Literature Literary writer [128]
Josette Biyo Professor Biology Biologist [129]
Albert Casuga Professor Literature Literary writer [130]
Isagani R. Cruz Professor emeritus Literature Literary writer [131]
Randy Dellosa Professor Psychiatry TV show counsellor [132]
Jose Manuel Diokno College of Law dean Law Human rights lawyer [133]
Marjorie Evasco Professor Literature Poet [134]
Richard J. Heydarian Professor Political Science GMA News' resident political analyst
Rico Hizon Former lecturer Broadcast journalism BBC newscaster [135]
Jaime Licauco Former professor Parapsychology Paranormal researcher [136]
Bienvenido Lumbera Professor Literature National Artist of the Philippines for Literature [137]
Ambeth Ocampo Professor History National Historical Commission of the Philippines chairman [138][139]
Vicente Paterno Former lecturer Business administration Senator of the Philippines from 1987 to 1992 [140]
Louie Jon Agustin Sanchez Professor Literature Awarded Poet of the Year by the Commission on the Filipino Language [141]
Fernando Sayasaya Instructor English Wanted by US police as a pedophile[142]
Julio C. Teehankee Professor Political Science Dean of the College of Liberal Arts

Honorary degree recipients

DA – Doctor of Arts; DBM – Doctor of Business Management; EdD – Doctor of Education; LHD – Doctor of Humane Letters; DHum – Doctor of Humanities; LLD – Doctor of Laws; LittD – Doctor of Letters; DMgt – Doctor of Management; DNatSc – Doctor of Natural Science; PedD – Doctor of Pedagogy; PhD – Doctor of Philosophy; ScD – Doctor of Science
Name Degree Year Known for Notes
Manuel S. Alba Doctor of Management Education 1982 Former Department of Budget and Management minister [143][144]
Ismail Mohd Ali DMgt 1993 Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia from 1962 to 1980 [144][145]
Edgardo Angara Doctor of Educational Management 1989 Senator of the Philippines [144][146]
Angelo Caloia PhD 1997 President of Vatican Bank from 1989 to 2009 [144][147]
Hilario Davide, Jr. LLD 2001 Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines from 1998 to 2005 [144][148]
Roberto De Ocampo PhD 1996 Department of Finance secretary from 1992 to 1998 [144][149]
Álvaro Rodríguez Echeverría DHum 2010 Superior general of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools [144][150]
Marcelo Fernan DMgt 1991 Only person to become both President of the Senate of the Philippines and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines [144][151]
David Gross ScD 2008 2004 Nobel Prize in Physics laureate [144][152]
Pilar Hidalgo-Lim PedD 1964 Women's rights advocate [144][153]
Joseph Höffner DMgt 1986 Archbishop of Cologne from 1969 to 1987 [144][154]
Daisaku Ikeda LHD 1997 Leader of Sōka Gakkai [144][155]
Khir Johari EdD 1967 First minister of education of Malaysia [144][156]
F. Sionil José PhD 1995 1980 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Literature [144][157]
Toshiki Kaifu DMgt 1991 Prime Minister of Japan from 1989 to 1991 [144][158]
Yōhei Kōno PhD 2003 Speaker of the House of Representatives of Japan from 2003 to 2008 [144][159]
Ramon Magsaysay LLD and LittD 1957 President of the Philippines from 1953 to 1957 [160][144]
Robert Mundell DHum 2007 1999 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences laureate [144][161]
Cecilia Muñoz-Palma LHD 1987 First female Supreme Court of the Philippines justice [144][162]
Bienvenido Nebres ScD 2004 President of Ateneo de Manila University from 1993 to 2011 [144][163]
Eugene Nida LHD 1985 Developer of the functional equivalence method of Bible translation [144][164]
Teodoro R. Padilla LLD 1998 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines from 1987 to 1997 [144][165]
José Ramos-Horta DHum 2009 President of East Timor [144][166]
Carlos P. Romulo ScD 1964 President of the UN General Assembly in 1940 and 1950 [144][167]
Julio Rosales DHum 1966 Archbishop of Cebu from 1949 to 1982 [144][168]
Bienvenido Santos DA 1990 Literary writer [144][169]
Rufino Jiao Santos Doctor of Ecclesiastical Finance 1958 First Filipino cardinal [144][170]
Jaime Sin LHD 1975 Archbishop of Manila from 1974 to 2003 [144][171][172]
Chatri Sophonpanich DBM 1986 Chairman of Bangkok Bank [144][173]
Su Nan-cheng DMgt 1989 1983 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Government Service [144][174]
Henry Sy ScD 1999 Owner of SM Investments Corporation [144][175]
Washington SyCip PhD 1977 1992 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for International Understanding [144][176]
Edmund Szoka Doctor of Financial Management 1990 President emeritus of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State [144][177]
Lorenzo Tañada EdD 1968 Senator of the Philippines from 1948 to 1971 [144][178]
Jean-Louis Tauran DHum 2001 President of Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue [144][179]
Edward Teller DNatSc 1981 Inventor of the hydrogen bomb [144][180]
Edith Tiempo DHum 2001 National Artist of the Philippines for Literature [144][181]
Geronimo Velasco PhD 1979 Minister of Energy of the Philippines from 1978 to 1986 [144][182]
Torsten Wiesel ScD 2010 1981 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine laureate [144][183]
James Wolfensohn DHum 2008 President of the World Bank from 1999 to 2005 [144][184]
Manuel T. Yan DHum 2008 Youngest to be appointed as Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines [144][185]
Yong Pung How PhD 2003 Chief Justice of Singapore from 1990 to 2006 [144][186]
Alfonso Yuchengco PhD 1982 Former Philippine representative to the United Nations [144][187]
Enrique Zobel DBM 1983 Former chief executive officer of Ayala Corporation [144][188]
Jaime Zobel de Ayala DBM 1985 Fourth richest person in the Philippines as of 2010 [144][189]

Presidents

De La Salle University has had 21 presidents, including two acting presidents.[190][191] The first, Antony Ferdinand Kilbourn, acted in Lucian Athanasius Reinhart's capacity during his return to the United States while the second, Andelino Manuel Castillo, completed Reinhart's office when he died in 1950.[191]

Presidents
# Name Term
1 Blimond Pierre Eilenbecker 1911–1912
2 Goslin Camille Thomas 1912–1915
3 Acisclus Michael Naughter 1915–1919
4 Albinus Peter Graves 1919–1923
3 Acisclus Michael Naughter 1923–1927
5 Celba John Lynam 1927–1930
6 Dorothy Joseph Brophy 1930–1933
7 Marcian James Cullen 1933–1936
8 Flannan Paul Gallagher 1936
9 Egbert Xavier Kelly 1937–1945
10 Lucian Athanasius Reinhart 1945–1950
13 Hyacinth Gabriel Connon 1950–1959
14 Denis of Mary Ruhland 1959–1961
15 Crescentius Richard Duerr 1961–1966
13 Hyacinth Gabriel Connon 1966–1978
16 Andrew Gonzalez 1978–1991
17 Rafael Donato 1991–1994
16 Andrew Gonzalez 1994–1998
18 Rolando Ramos Dizon 1998–2003
19 Carmelita Quebengco 2003–2004
20 Armin Luistro 2004–2011
21 Narciso S. Erguiza 2011–2012
22 Ricky Laguda 2012–2015
23 Raymundo Suplido 2015-present

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