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CAMPUS – WIDE NEWS AND EVENTS

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NCBA 1st VIRTUAL RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM

The activity, which was held via Zoom, witnessed the showcase of research outputs of students from various academic programs.

Guidance Conducts Webinar on Gender Roles and Empowering Gender Equality

Consistent with the provisions of DepEd Order No. 32, s. 2017, “Gender-Responsive Basic Education Policy” and CHED Memo No. s 2015.

Guidance Spearheads “Human Intimacy: The Basics of Love, Romance and Partnership” Webinar

The objective of this event is to identify the real meaning of love, self-development, and being responsible in going into a relationship.

JPIA-NCBA Cubao Conducts Career Orientation for BSA Students

To prepare the accountancy students for the inevitable phenomenon of being a member of the Philippine workforce in the foreseeable five years, it is only fitting that the organization to which the basis of its enactment is to provide efficient academic and...

Optum Open House

NCBA invites you to Optum Open House (Your future awaits you). Registration is free and open to all: bit.ly/Optum-Oct22 | bit.ly/Optum-Oct25

NCBA Gives Aid to SAMAFA Children

Showing solidarity and compassion for the children of the adopted community, Samahan ng Mga Taga Fairview (SAMAFA), the Community Outreach Program (COP), Business Administration department, and NCBA Alumni Association extended help by donating school supplies in time for the opening of classes this coming September 2021.

NCBA-COP Taytay Launches Livelihood Program for Adopted Community

“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” is a quote from the Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu, founder of Taoism, so to help our brethren, the National College of Business and Arts, Community Outreach...