About SACLI Located in Lucena City, Quezon Province, St. Anne College Lucena, Inc., a progressive and globally oriented educational institution brings Manila education to the province by offering comprehensive, competitive and industry-responsive programs to the community.

At St. Anne, we expand your horizons by exposing you to world outside Quezon. Challenge and push yourself to the limits as we build confidence through our highly proven educational programs that will allow you to rise above everyone else.

This is St. Anne College Lucena, Inc. CLASS BEYOND QUEZON.



Vision

To become the seat of academic excellence and aesthetic transformation towards universityhood.

Mission

SACLI shall strive to be at the forefront of transformative education with accredited programs and diversified linkages to transcend lifelong learning through instruction, research and community involvement.

Core Values

Culture of Excellence
Competence
Citizenship
Creativity


SACLI THROUGH THE YEARS


1986
St. Anne School of Medical Sciences was founded and housed at the third floor of Andaman General Hospital (now St. Anne General Hospital located at Gomez extension, Red-V, Lucena City.
1990
The school was transferred to its present site at Diversion Road, Barangay Gulang-Gulang Lucena City.

The school opened the Department of Nursing with Mrs. Benita L. Gancy as its first Dean.
1993
The name of the school was changed to St. Anne College Lucena, Inc. (SACLI).

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management was offered.
1996
Bachelor of Arts major in Psychology was offered

1998
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy attained its government recognition.

2000
Non-Degree programs under TESDA were offered.

2001
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bachelor of Elementary Education and Bachelor of Secondary Education were offered in response to the growing demand in business and education.

2002
Caregiving program opened on December 4, 2002 to serve the growing demand for globally trained caregivers.

2003
Kiddie Course (Kindergarten) was offered to promote good values among children.

Elementary and Secondary Education were opened.
2006
Bachelor of Science in Tourism was offered.

2007
Bachelor of Science in Criminology received its government recognition by CHED.

2010
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology was offered.

SACLI started to offer Bachelor of Arts in Communication and

Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship and Accountancy
2012
The global need for competent engineers spurred the opening of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering.

2015
Doctor of Dental Medicine, which is the latest addition to the existing programs of the institution, received its permit to operate


Message From the Chairman

A warm greeting to all of you!

I am pleased to welcome you back to the school year 2020-21!

I would like to express my “warm welcome” to all of the new SACLIANs this year and of course, a “special welcome back” to all of our returning or old students as well. It is indeed great to know that all of you are gathered in today’s virtual assembly excited, healthy, and safe.

Although this school year look different than any other year, we are highly- committed to providing you with a memorable, interactive, and engaging distance learning experience through our Online-Hybrid Learning and and Connect Homeschool programs.

This coming school year has challenged our faculty in developing programs for our “new normal of learning” for our dear students. As educators, we need to rediscover how each of you (student) will learn best in this new normal, considering all your available resources in order to give all of you a more personalized instruction and learning plans to support your diverse learning styles and needs. In a collaborative effort, our ultimate goal is to make our students thrive in this new landscape of learning in all ways possible.

Now, more that ever, we aim to make our students and parents to feel MORE connected. It has been so important for us to stay connected as a SACLI community, and that is something we we will keep on doing--especially now that we will be facilitating our instructions remotely. From the moment a new student joins our school community, we want him to feel a sense of happiness and and a sense of belonging, as we believe that this is essential for his future success. With our flexible learning modalities, more aggressive consultations, and dedicated faculty members, we can be able to get more connected with you and deliver our programs with our new learning environment in a more caring, friendly, positive way, and attuned to your educational needs.

We will continue to pursue our core values to be the culture of excellence and competencies through our continuous engagements in the review and refinement of our instructional programs of our flexible learning modalities and our popular online student personnel services activities to ensure that all of our students are performing at their highest level and even we are in our online distance learning.

Together, let us start our new school year with with high hopes and fortitude. We will do our best as your partner school to be your stepping stone to achieve your aspirations and dreams.

I eagerly look forward to greeting you again in our campus soon. Be safe, be good, and stay healthy SACLIANS!



BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Dr. Potenciano A. Andaman
Chairman, Andaman Group of Companies

Dr. Elvira A. Andaman
Member

Atty. Jade A. Andaman - Recio
Member

Dr. Anna Andaman - Villanueva
Member

Mr. Gregorio A. Andaman III
Member

Dr. Jasmin Andaman – Garcia
Member

Dr. Caroline A. Andaman
Member

ACADEMIC COUNCIL

Nelson E. Dean, PhD
OIC, Vice President for Academic Affairs
Chairman, Academic Executive Committee

Rosenda P. de Guzman, MAEd
Member, Academic Executive Committee
Registrar

Geronimo T. Gavilan, MBA
Member, Academic Executive Committee
Assistant Dean, SMIHT

Rogelio B. Llave, Ed.D.
Dean, SMIHT

Juliana Lalaine P. Manlangit, MAEd
Dean, SBAT

Aileen M. Maningas, Ed.D.
Dean, SEAS

Marlon L. Malilay, MBA
Director, SAHS

Engr. Winda S. Ellaga
Director, SOE

Nicol Ed Nuyad, MSCJ
Director, SCJE

Wenifreda R. Frondoza, MAELT
Director, QA

Henry T. Porte, PTRP
OIC, SPS

Faustino P. Calabano, MBA
Director, COMREL

Nida A. Jaromahum, MLIS
Chief Librarian

Maria Regina A. Ayuste, MAT
Supervisor, Institutional Research Center