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The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA has been committed to its principle of providing high quality education to its students through enhanced curriculum for over 40 years.

Our Philosophy

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA believes and invokes Divine Guidance in the betterment of the quality of life through national development and transformation, which are predicated upon the quality of education of its people. Towards this end, the Institution is committed to the ideals of teaching, community service, and research as it nurtures the value of “Helpers of God”, with “Character Building is Nation Building” as its guiding principle.

Our Vision

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA shall emerge as a premier university in the Philippines. It shall provide a venue for the pursuit of excellence in academics, technology, and research through community partnership.

The University shall take the role of a catalyst for human development. It shall inculcate Christian values – Catholic in doctrine as a way of strengthening the moral fiber of the Filipino – a people who are “Helpers of God”, proud of their race and prepared for the exemplary global participation in the arts, sciences, humanities, and business.

It foresees the Filipino people enjoying a quality of life in abundance, living in peace, and building a nation that the next generation will nourish, cherish, and value.

Our Mission

The UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA is dedicated to the development of the Filipino as a leader. It aims to graduate dynamic students who are physically, intellectually, socially and spiritually committed to the achievement of the highest quality of life.


Las Piñas Campus

Formerly named as Perpetual Help College of Rizal (PHCR), the first and biggest University of Perpetual Help System DALTA located in Las Piñas City has a population of around 14,000 students and employs about 1,370 teaching and non-teaching staff.

It offers more than 70 undergraduate and more than 10 post-graduate academic programs in addition to its primary and secondary academic offerings.

Alabang-Zapote Road, Pamplona 3, Las Piñas City, 1704
(02) 871-0639 loc 142 | TeleFax 871-3324M

Molino Campus

The second campus of the UPHSD is located in Molino. The campus was established and inaugurated in May 1995. Currently, the UPHSD caters to a student population of more than 6,000 – a dramatic increase based on its initial 700 enrollees. Standing tall in a pristine land area of six (6) hectares, the Molino campus is now the most notable educational institution in Bacoor, Cavite and its neighboring towns.

More than its structure, the people that comprise this thriving institution have continuously grown physically, intellectually, socially and spiritually as they consistently uphold the philosophy of the University: to constantly invoke Divine Guidance in the betterment of Filipino lives through quality education.

Salawag-Zapote Road, Molino 3, City of Bacoor, 4102
(02)584-4377-manila line | (046) 477-0602-cavite line

Calamba Campus

The third University of Perpetual Help System DALTA (UPHSD), the Calamba campus was established in 1996 with only 360 students. To date, its enrollment has dramatically increased to 4,150 enrollees. Strategically located in Barangay Paciano Rizal, Calamba City, the 4-hectare campus has an impressive line of state-of-the-art educational facilities conducive for learning.

Barangay Paciano Rizal, Calamba City, Laguna
(049) 834-1159 | (049) 571-6584 |Fax (049) 520-8874


Basic Education

The Basic Education Program of the University of Perpetual Help consist of Pre-school, Grade School, and Business High School. The University’s Basic Education Department nurtures and educates the leaders and achievers of tomorrow. The University build a strong foundation by providing its students with a business inclined K-12 program.


The University Of Perpetual Help offers different academic programs, namely:


The Vocational Technology Department offers an exciting mix of practical experiential learning and classroom instructions in our modular courses and find which one is best for you. All our courses comply with TESDA’s training regulations and cover the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET). The modules focus on the basic, common, and core competencies in accordance with industry standards. The student will obtain a National Certificate Level II (NC-2) upon completion of each course.

The Vocational Technology Department has TESDA accredited instructors who are holders of National Certificate Level II (NC-2), Assessment Methodology – Training Methodology (AM-TM) Certificate, Assessors Qualification – Trainers Qualification (AQ-TQ) Certificate, National TVET Trainers Certificate (NTTC), and Assessors Certificate.







Following the provisions of Republic Act Numbers 7722 and 10647, Executive Order 330 and Commission on Higher Education Memorandum Order 28, series of 2013, UPHSD ETEEAP is leadership and management of equivalency and accreditation across programs and institutions. It is a system of identifying, assessing and assigning equivalent rank of college-level learning for prior learning obtained from formal, non-formal an informal training and relevant work experiences and completion of competency enrichment and other program requirements toward the final granting of an appropriate undergraduate academic degree.


Philosophy, Vision, Mission




UPSHD ETEEAP embraces a system of progressive, person-centered, family-driven and context-sensitive assessment and accredition scheme that recognizes and appreciates the knowledge, skills, and prior learning of individuals. Invoking the Divine Providence, the following Mary our Mother of Perpetual Help, it promotes Catholic stewardship based on the principle that Character building is Nation building.




UPHSD ETEEAP is a community of learners committed to the formation, empowerment and lifelong learning of Helpers of God driven by the values, ecological concern and devotion to Our Mother of Perpetual Help.




To realize its vision UPHSD ETEEAP commits itself to the quality, promotion, and expansion of the system of academic equivalency and accreditation of knowledge and expertise of professionals and practitioners while upholding the core values and academic quality standards of the University.




Award undergraduate degrees to qualified professionals and practitioners who excel in their specific works.




  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management




In line with the UPSHD Philosophy, Vision, and Mission, and associated with the UPHSD ETEEAP, the Office of the Institutional Linkages establishes partnership and networks with development and regulatory institutions for mutual assistance and support (UNESCO, 2012; Werquin, 2010). The Office assumes proactive and community-based information, education and communication campaign to identify educational institutions and agencies to establish partnerships and twinning programs as it pursues UPHSD goals of quality education for quality life.


Philosophy, Vision, Mission



UPHSD Office of Institutional Linkages embraces a system of progressive, person-centered, family-driven and context-sensitive partnership and collaborations with institutions and agencies as it promotes Catholic stewardship based on the principle that Character building is Nation building.




UPSHD Office of Institutional Linkages is a community committed to the formation, empowerment and lifelong learning of Helpers of God driven by the values of love of God and neighbour, excellence, patriotism, ecological concern and devotion to Our Mother of Perpetual Help.



To realize its vision, UPSHD Office of Institutional Linkages commits itself to the quality, promotion and expansion of the linkages and twinning programs we upholding the core values, integrity, and quality standards of the University.

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The College of Law gives you ready access to the Philippine’s best legal minds. We have former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court – Dean Minita V. Chico-Nazario, former Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals – Associate Dean Rodrigo V. Cosico, Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals Justice Amelita G. Tolentino, Assistant Solicitor General John Emmanuel F. Madamba, incumbent and retired Justices, Judges, BAR topnotchers, BAR examiners and BAR reviewers.

The College of Law nurtures and motivates students to engage in critical thinking and immerse themselves in a cerebral environment where they can freely express their views on the fundamental legal issues confronting our world today in a mutually supportive environment, thus preparing them for the practice of a successful legal career and as responsible citizens. Our aim is to provide the necessary attitudes, skills, character traits, quality of minds required of law students to perform effectively as lawyers and defenders of law in the light of truth.



Philosophy, Vision, and Mission



The UPHSD Graduate School believes that critical thinking in diverse and multicultural experiences are valuable ingredients to academic freedom which can be nurtured by a continuing interchange among students, faculty and peers who employ collaborative roles for further discovery, refinement, and application of knowledge in the business entities and communities they serve.



The UPHSD Graduate School is an interdisciplinary institute that provides leadership in transforming and developing change agents and managers of resources through peer-exchange and executive mentoring in a diverse and highly competitive knowledge-based environment.



  1. To enhance the quality of learning across all programs in order to safeguard the value of academic integrity and excellence;
  2. To assist the University in building a world-class educational system through faculty, staff and alumni programs;
  3. To support graduate students from recruitment, registration, retention to graduation;
  4. To advance diversity of graduate education using both traditional approaches and technologically advanced tools;
  5. To encourage research programs that address emerging academic issues and challenges resulting from government legislations and policy advocacies from private sector-led groups; and,
  6. To achieve recognition of the graduate school as the apex of innovation in academic output and excellence.

Emerging Paradigms

  1. Academic programs that are responsive to the needs of industries and students
  2. Programs are regularly modified to compensate for changes in job requirements and technology
  3. Limited class size to maximize learning & student performance
  4. Team-teaching strategies to engage faculty of relevant competencies
  5. One-stop service shopping: dedicated staff provides full assistance to students and all their academic concerns
  6. Community of students even beyond classrooms through consulting practicum and actual engagements
  7. International linkages for research and global competitiveness


Learning Activities and Programs:

  1. Activity Modules facilitate a stimulating learning environment.
  2. Assignments allow students to prepare and to upload their work to the internet.
  3. Chat media allow students and faculty to discuss their modules.
  4. Forums and structured classes provide intellectual interchange within a vibrant and multidisciplinary graduate community.