Conditional Admission For Those Who Where Not Able To Take PHILSAT

The Legal Education Board issued Memorandum Order No. 11, Series of 2017 in consideration of those who failed to take the Philippine Law School Admission Test administered last April 16, 2017. For justifiable or meritorious reason(s), interested individual will be allowed to enroll conditionally in the First Semester of Academic Year 2017-2018 subject to the […]

Announcement: To All Interested Incoming Freshmen Enrollees for School of Law

In observance of directive coming from the Legal Education Board, Saint Paul School of Professional Studies is requiring all interested incoming freshmen enrollees for School of Law to take first the Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhiLSAT) before official admission to school. This uniform nationwide admission examination is anticipated to be held on April 16, […]


Gallardo lays down road map for SPSPS Law School

The newly-installed SPSPS Dean of the School of Law in his inaugural address laid down a road map where his action plans will be anchored during his term as he intends to develop an environment and culture of integrity, honesty, respect and fairness in the Law School. This kind of environment, according to him, will […]


SPSPS Gets Global

The SPSPS’ move to establish linkages with the global community has paved the way for a fruitful partnership with some educational institutions in Tokyo, Japan including the prestigious Seisen University. The recent signing of the Memorandum of Agreement between SPSPS and Seisen University has made the partnership official. The two institutions of higher learning are […]


Senior High Enrolls Over 300

The Senior High School Department of SPSPS has 331 enrollees distributed in 6 sections and some 10 faculty members under the leadership of its principal, Prof. Sarah Agner. The department was granted permit to operate by the CHED for academic tracks- GA, ABM and HUMSS pursuant to Republic Act 9155 or the Governance of Basic […]


SPSPS Provides Communication Proficiency Lecture to PNP Investigation Officers

To further equip Police Investigation Officers with the knowledge in writing police reports, civilian letters and memoranda, a one-day “Building Communications Proficiency” lecture was provided on January 12, 2016 by two SPSPS English professors to some 30 police officers assigned in the different police headquarters in the region. Julie Pearl Guanzon and Marife B. Tarrayo […]

Christmas 2015 the Paulinian Way

They came as guests of Saint Paul School of Professional Studies along with their children all dressed up and excited. Few others were refused to join but were promised to be included in the future, of similar or better gathering. At least 60 families from three barangays of Palo, Leyte were treated to a different […]


Bahay ni Kuya Houses 12, Produces 12 Certified Public Accountants

In what appears as Saint Paul School of Professional Studies’ (SPSPS) equivalent of a popular local TV station reality show, Pinoy Big Brother (PBB), the Bahay ni Kuya Program (Banku) of SPSBL housed some 12 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Board Exam reviewees for the October 2015 licensure examination, and successfully produced this same number. Housemates […]


74 Hurdle CPA Exam; 42.045% Passing Rate for Saint Paul

Seventy-four graduates from the School of Accountancy are among the country’s newest Certified Public Accountants (CPA), after hurdling the licensure exams administered October 3, 4, 10 and 11. This is the highest number for SPSPS since 1994 placing the school as Top Ten Performing CPA School in the Philippines. The new Saint Paul CPAs registered […]