WELCOME TO THE
GRADUATE SCHOOL

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GRADUATE SCHOOL

1947

St. Anthony’s Academy
Founded on August 18, 1947
By the Rinconada Educators Association

1948

DR. SANTIAGO GONZALES ORTEGA (t) elected, Chairman and Director of the Board of St. Anthony’s Academy

1959

St. Anthony’s Academy was elevated to a College status as St. Anthony College

1966

Offered Master of Arts in Education

DR. RAMON BUENO, PH.D. (t) Dean
1966-1968

1968

ROSALIA B. REGALADO, Ph.D. Appointed Dean of the Graduate School
1968-1972

1973

St. Anthony College was granted University Status on December 18, 1973 under Commonwealth Act No. 180

1973

Dr. Nenita Ll. Madara
Appointed Dean of the Graduate School 1973-1991

Offered MAEd major in Administration & Supervision, Filipino, Home Economics, Elementary & Secondary Science Teaching

1974

Offered Doctor of Philosophy in Education major in Educational Management

1974

Offered Doctor of Philosophy in Education major in Educational Management

1978

Offered Master in Business Administration (MBA)

1981

LEONIDA B. ORTEGA, PhD 1981
Installed President of University of Saint Anthony

1982
GRADUATE SCHOOL ACHIEVERS

Natividad R. Nagrampa, PhD 1977
Iriga City Division

Elena C. Tino, PhD 1982
Camarines Sur Division

Artemio Q. Rivera, PhD 1987
Catanduanes Division

Locita L. Año, PhD 1993
Camarines Sur Division

Ma. Anya E. Oyardo, PhD 1993
Naga City Division

Appointed Schools Division Superintendent

1983

Selected as Center of Development for Graduate & Bilingual Education

Gregoria Ad Benosa, PhD 1983
Appointed Regional Director,
CHED, Region V

Teresita Diaz-Naz, PhD 1983
Appointed Regional Director
DepEd, Legazpi City

1984

ATTY. SANTIAGO D. ORTEGA, JR. appointed Chairman of the Board of Trustees and President, USANT

1985

Emiliano A. Aberin,PhD 1985
Elected 5th President, Bicol University, Legazpi City

Lourdes G. Laniog, PhD 1985
Elected President, CSPC Nabua, Camarines Sur

1989

Recipient of DECS Region V Higher Education Golden Scroll Award as Center of Development & Bilingual Education

1990

USANT Graduate School Alumni & Students Association was Organized

Dr. Lylia C. Sena, MA 1990
Elected First President

1990

USANT Graduate School Alumni & Students Association was Organized

Dr. Lylia C. Sena, MA 1970
Elected First President

1991

Germites C. Dineros(t), PhD 1999
Elected President, Partido State College, Goa, Camarines Sur

Minnie T. Arroyo, PhD 1990
Appointed Regional Director, Southern Cultural Community

1992

Domingo R. Ortega, Jr., MA 1970
Appointed Dean of the Graduate School
1992-date

Offered Master of Arts in Nursing

1993

Master of Arts in Education major in History, Guidance & Counseling and Physical Education Offered

1994

Offered PhD in Education major in Filipino

Master of Science in Criminology major in Law Enforcement and Correction Administration

1995

Offered PhD in Education major in Resource Management

1996

Offered MAEd major in Pre-School and Special Education for Hearing Impaired

Magno S. Conag, PhD 1996
Elected President of CSAC, Pili, Camarines Sur

1997

Nita V. Morallo, PhD 1997
Elected President, Partido State University, Goa Cam. Sur

Solemn Investiture of
Atty. Santiago D. Ortega, Jr.
2nd President of USANT

1998

Consultancy Visit PACUCOA MAEd Program (December 3, 1998)

1999

USANT deputized by CHED to Confer Academic degree in BS in Criminology, Commerce, Education; and

MA in Education under the ETEEAP Program
Certificate of Authorization was issued on June 11, 1999 by Angel C. Alcala, CHED Chairman

2000

USANT Graduate School 35th Foundation Anniversary

2001

Preliminary Visit PACUCOA Team for
Master of Arts in Education Program
(May 19-21, 2001)

Pedro M. Marcellana, Jr.
Appointed President, Bicol College Daraga Albay

2002

Granted Candidate status for Master of Arts in Education by Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation, Inc. (PACUCOA)

2003

Computerization of the Graduate School Library

2004

Evaluation of Graduate Education in the Philippines (EGEP) evaluated the MAED and MBA Programs with a General Rating GOOD (March 27, 2004)

2005

Granted Level I Formal Accredited Status of the Master of Arts in Education

2006

Lorna Dig-Dino, PhD 1995
Appointed Director, National Education Academy of the Philippines (NEAP)

2007

Nita V. Morallo, PhD 1997
Appointed President, Partido State University, Goa Camarines Sur

2008

Renovation and Air-Conditioning of the Graduate School Library

2009

MOA signing of the “Adopt a School Program” Through Continuing Professional Development of School Administrations and Teachers of Buhi St. Joseph Academy Inc. (July 26, 2009)

2011

Dulce F. Atian, PhD 2000
Appointed 4th President of Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges (CSPC), May 2011

2012

USANT Graduate School 46th Foundation Anniversary

2013

Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD), Master of Science in Criminology (MSCR), Master in Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Arts in Nursing (MAN) Granted Candidate Status by (PACOCUA) September 2013

2014

Memorandum of Understanding Signing by and between Prof. Dr. Achmad Mursyidi, M.Sc. Apt. Director, Postgraduate Program, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Yogyakarta Indonesia and Dr. Domingo R. Ortega, Jr., Dean, Graduate School, University of Saint Anthony, Iriga City, Philippines, (February 24, 2014)

2015

Master of Arts in Education Program Granted Level II Accredited Status by PACUCOA

2016

Phd, MAN, MBA & MSCriminology Granted Level I Formal Accredited Status

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing by and between Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa University (UST), Post Graduate Program, Yogyakarta, Indonesia and University of Saint Anthony, (USANT) Iriga City, Philippines, August 19, 2016

Benchmarking Tour to Yogyakarta Indonesia, USANT Graduate School Dean, Professors and Students (August 17-20, 2017)

USANT Graduate School 50th Foundation Anniversary

Blessing of Graduate School Two-Storey Building

Conferment of the degree- Doctor of Humanities
(Honoris Causa) Hon. Marie Leonor Gerona-Robredo
Vice-President, Republic of the Philippines

VISION

To be a model of academic excellence in maritime education and training, and to produce socially responsible and globally competitive graduates for the seafaring industry.


MISSION

To attain its vision, a dynamic and responsive curriculum, training, and research program in accordance with International Maritime Standard will be made available to the students.


INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAMS

    Guided by its vision and mission the USANT Maritime Education aims:

  1. 1To produce quality graduates in Marine Deck and Marine Engineering.
  2. 2To give a strong bid for competitiveness among Filipino Seafarers.
  3. 3To generate more employment both domestic and global in the Maritime Industry.
  4. 4To instill discipline, responsibility and integrity.