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NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FISCAL YEAR 2014-2015 PAOLO M MENDOZA, uapsa-mit NATIONAL PRESIDENT SHARLEEN MAE M ESTEVES, uapsa-feu NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT MARK ARTHUR DL CRUZ, uapsa-bulsu VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA A ZSENILLE A OPEÑA, uapsa-uphsd-c VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA B BERLIN JOHN T TOLENTINO, uapsa-lccb VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA C JANNAH CLARRISE B CLARIN, uapsa-upmin VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA D GELLI P RICO, uapsa-tup SECRETARY-GENERAL PAUL DANIEL D ARROZAL, uapsa-feu NATIONAL TREASURER AIRON J SAMAC, uapsa-mit NATIONAL AUDITOR HANNA B ARCILLA, uapsa-ust IMMEDIATE PAST NATIONAL PRESIDENT NEL JAMES B AQUINO, uapsa-slc DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-1A BARIQUIELLE T TORRADO, uapsa-uslt DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-1B JET LEVI L JOSON, uapsa-bulsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-2A JASLINE A REYES, uapsa-dhvtsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-2B ERIN T SUMBILLA, uapsa-tipqc DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-3 MARK ANTHONY M MADO, uapsa-ue DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-4, A-5 JOHN FEDERICK C MEJIA, uapsa-feu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-1 MARVIN PAUL L SUGUITAN, uapsa-mit DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-2 SHERVIN M PEJI, uapsa-cvsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-3 MA. SHAMILE ANNE C CUETO, uapsa-batsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-4 JAN DARYL B AYCARDO, uapsa-bu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-5 RAMON PHILIP M CURIT, uapsa-ub DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-1 MARY ROSE M FERRER, uapsa-norsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-2 MIKKA ANGELA T MENDOZA, uapsa-evsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-3 MA. SHARMAINE B BARRETTO, uapsa-usa DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-4 NESTOR T QUEZADA JR, uapsa-addu DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-1 JOMARIE P BARBA, uapsa-wmsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-2 JERBY P FLORES, uapsa-cocpen DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-3 ISAIAH G ZALSOS, uapsa-lif DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-4 |A-1a| DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF LAOAG, LYCEUM NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY-URDANETA, SAINT LOUIS COLLEGE, SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY-BAGUIO, UNIVERSITY OF LUZON, UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS, UNIVERSITY OF THE NORTHERN PHILIPPINES. |A-1B| ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY-ILIGAN, SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY-BAYOMBONG, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LOUIS-TUGUEGARAO, UNIVERSITY OF LA SALETTE-SANTIAGO. |A-2A| BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY, NUEVA ECIJA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. |A-2B| BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBAN COLLEGE, DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY, HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY, TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF THE ASSUMPTION. |A-3 | CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES – QUEZON CITY. |A-4| UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-CALOOCAN, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – DILIMAN. |A-5| DON BOSCO TECHNICAL COLLEGE, RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY. |B-1| EULOGIO “AMANG” RODRIGUEZ INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY, MANUEL L. QUEZON UNIVERSITY, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES – MANILA, UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS. |B-2| ADAMSON UNIVERSITY, MAPÚA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILA, TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – MANILA. |B-3| CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY, DE LA SALLE – DASMARIÑAS, NATIONAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-MOLINO |B-4| BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DIVINE WORD COLLEGES OF CALAPAN, MANUEL S. ENVERGA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION, PALAWAN STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-CALAMBA. |B-5| AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGASPI, BICOL UNIVERSITY, BICOL STATE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE , UNIVERSITY OF NUEVA CACERES, UNIVERSITY OF NORTHEASTERN PHILIPPINES, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY. |C1| BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY, CEBU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL, UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES FOUNDATION |C-2| FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY, LA CONSOLACION COLLEGE-BACOLOD, NEGROS ORIENTAL STATE UNIVERSITY. |C-3| EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY. |C-4| UNIVERSITY OF VISAYAS, AKLAN STATE UNIVERSITY, CAPIZ STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE, UNIVERSITY OF SAN AGUSTIN, WESTERN VISAYAS COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY |D-1| ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY, NOTRE DAME OF DADIANGAS UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – MINDANAO. |D-2| WESTERN MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY. |D-3| CAGAYAN DE ORO COLLEGE – PHINMA EDUCATION NETWORK, MINDANAO UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, SURIGAO EDUCATION CENTER, SAINT JOSEPH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – BUTUAN. |D-4| LYCEUM OF ILIGAN FOUNDATION, LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-OZAMIS

UAP- World Day of Architecture 2014
LOGO DESIGN CONTEST
OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES

2014 World Day of Architecture: THEME “HEALTHY CITIES, HAPPY CITIES” (International Theme) The UIA invites its members to organize special activities linked to the event, which will celebrate the role of architects and architecture play in the vitality of the urban setting and in the well-being of its inhabitants How can architects design and construct “healthy” spaces, facilities, housing and urban landscape which foster happiness, health and quality of life of for city-dwellers? By what means are architects able to being life to cities, to infuse them with energy to insure their viability, to anticipate and heal disorders, to forestall disintegration and to accompany their harmonious development? Responsible architecture design has spotlighted the role of the architect’s obligation to design a sustainable environment by means of an ethical professional practice in the areas of energy, implementation and materials. This year’s theme for 2014 World Architecture Day was conceived by the UIA to illustrate the expansion of such practices and their impact on the urban space as well as on the entire city. The theme also one facet of the UIA’s global commitment to international institutions who defend safeguarding the planet, the quality of the air, the water, the soil and all the elements contributing to the health of human settlements.

GUIDELINES 1. ELEGIBILITY  The contest is open to all interested architecture students.  One entry per contestant will be accepted (Individual or Group)  Copy of Valid School I.D. must be included / Attached to the registration form  Entry must be accompanied by their School Head as endorsement. 2. CONTEST DURATION  Contest starts September 16 until September 30 3. LOGO DESIGN FEATURE  The logo must reflect the NAW THEME “Healthy cities, Happy cities”  Logo should contain the text “World day of Architecture 2014”, may or may not be incorporated in the design  The design should be usable in monochrome and color media

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF:

ARCHITECT MICHAEL ANGELO J BARUIZ, uap UAPSA CHAIRPERSON

ARCHITECT TED VILLAMOR G INOCENCIO, fuap UAP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ON EDUCATION

ARCHITECT REY S GABITAN, uap UAP NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

ARCHITECT MA. BENITA O REGALA, fuap UAP NATIONAL PRESIDENT

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NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FISCAL YEAR 2014-2015 PAOLO M MENDOZA, uapsa-mit NATIONAL PRESIDENT SHARLEEN MAE M ESTEVES, uapsa-feu NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT MARK ARTHUR DL CRUZ, uapsa-bulsu VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA A ZSENILLE A OPEÑA, uapsa-uphsd-c VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA B BERLIN JOHN T TOLENTINO, uapsa-lccb VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA C JANNAH CLARRISE B CLARIN, uapsa-upmin VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA D GELLI P RICO, uapsa-tup SECRETARY-GENERAL PAUL DANIEL D ARROZAL, uapsa-feu NATIONAL TREASURER AIRON J SAMAC, uapsa-mit NATIONAL AUDITOR HANNA B ARCILLA, uapsa-ust IMMEDIATE PAST NATIONAL PRESIDENT NEL JAMES B AQUINO, uapsa-slc DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-1A BARIQUIELLE T TORRADO, uapsa-uslt DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-1B JET LEVI L JOSON, uapsa-bulsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-2A JASLINE A REYES, uapsa-dhvtsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-2B ERIN T SUMBILLA, uapsa-tipqc DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-3 MARK ANTHONY M MADO, uapsa-ue DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-4, A-5 JOHN FEDERICK C MEJIA, uapsa-feu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-1 MARVIN PAUL L SUGUITAN, uapsa-mit DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-2 SHERVIN M PEJI, uapsa-cvsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-3 MA. SHAMILE ANNE C CUETO, uapsa-batsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-4 JAN DARYL B AYCARDO, uapsa-bu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-5 RAMON PHILIP M CURIT, uapsa-ub DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-1 MARY ROSE M FERRER, uapsa-norsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-2 MIKKA ANGELA T MENDOZA, uapsa-evsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-3 MA. SHARMAINE B BARRETTO, uapsa-usa DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-4 NESTOR T QUEZADA JR, uapsa-addu DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-1 JOMARIE P BARBA, uapsa-wmsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-2 JERBY P FLORES, uapsa-cocpen DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-3 ISAIAH G ZALSOS, uapsa-lif DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-4

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The logo must not exploit or offend anyone’s race, religion, mortality, culture, nor be salacious Entries should be digitized format (at least 600 dpi) The raw file of the digital artwork should be drawn or illustrated in A4 size using adobe photoshop Submit the file on the following formats: a. Flat jpeg format, minimum 300 pixels b. Original rea file. Filename is you name and artwork title Example: juandelacrus_logo.jpeg

Entries must be accompanied by a description of about 100 word and a filed application form. 4. JUDGING CRITERIA Judging will be carried out according to the following criteria: Originality 30% Concept/ Relevance 40% Creativity/ Impact 30% 5. SUBMISSION Soft copy of the logo must be submitted to neilv168@gmail.com or send it via our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/UAP-World-Day-ofArchitecture-2014-2015/634061006685935?ref=hl Deadline of submission is on September 30 at 12:00 midnight All entries must also submit the application form (see next page). Incomplete entries will be declared void and will not be considered 6. INTELECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS All entries submitted as entry for the contest shall be considered as property of the United Architects of the Philippines. The United Architects of the Philippines shall also have the exclusive rights to the winning logo design to publish on its website and other media and use in corporate materials such as letterheads and envelopes. The United Architects of the Philippines reserves the right to further or make improvements and alterations on the final work of the winning entry. 7. PRIZES AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNER The winning entry will receive the following:  Grand Winner TBD  Second Place TBD  Third Place TBD  All participants will receive a Certificate of participation from UAP. Announcement of winners will be before the WDA celebration, The Awarding will be on October 6, 2014 during the WDA celebration awarding night. 8. BOARD OF JUDGES



UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF:

ARCHITECT MICHAEL ANGELO J BARUIZ, uap UAPSA CHAIRPERSON

ARCHITECT TED VILLAMOR G INOCENCIO, fuap UAP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ON EDUCATION

ARCHITECT REY S GABITAN, uap UAP NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

ARCHITECT MA. BENITA O REGALA, fuap UAP NATIONAL PRESIDENT

|A-1a| DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF LAOAG, LYCEUM NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY-URDANETA, SAINT LOUIS COLLEGE, SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY-BAGUIO, UNIVERSITY OF LUZON, UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS, UNIVERSITY OF THE NORTHERN PHILIPPINES. |A-1B| ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY-ILIGAN, SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY-BAYOMBONG, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LOUIS-TUGUEGARAO, UNIVERSITY OF LA SALETTE-SANTIAGO. |A-2A| BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY, NUEVA ECIJA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. |A-2B| BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBAN COLLEGE, DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY, HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY, TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF THE ASSUMPTION. |A-3 | CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES – QUEZON CITY. |A-4| UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-CALOOCAN, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – DILIMAN. |A-5| DON BOSCO TECHNICAL COLLEGE, RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY. |B-1| EULOGIO “AMANG” RODRIGUEZ INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY, MANUEL L. QUEZON UNIVERSITY, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES – MANILA, UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS. |B-2| ADAMSON UNIVERSITY, MAPÚA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILA, TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – MANILA. |B-3| CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY, DE LA SALLE – DASMARIÑAS, NATIONAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-MOLINO |B-4| BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DIVINE WORD COLLEGES OF CALAPAN, MANUEL S. ENVERGA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION, PALAWAN STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-CALAMBA. |B-5| AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGASPI, BICOL UNIVERSITY, BICOL STATE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE , UNIVERSITY OF NUEVA CACERES, UNIVERSITY OF NORTHEASTERN PHILIPPINES, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY. |C1| BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY, CEBU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL, UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES FOUNDATION |C-2| FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY, LA CONSOLACION COLLEGE-BACOLOD, NEGROS ORIENTAL STATE UNIVERSITY. |C-3| EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY. |C-4| UNIVERSITY OF VISAYAS, AKLAN STATE UNIVERSITY, CAPIZ STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE, UNIVERSITY OF SAN AGUSTIN, WESTERN VISAYAS COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY |D-1| ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY, NOTRE DAME OF DADIANGAS UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – MINDANAO. |D-2| WESTERN MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY. |D-3| CAGAYAN DE ORO COLLEGE – PHINMA EDUCATION NETWORK, MINDANAO UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, SURIGAO EDUCATION CENTER, SAINT JOSEPH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – BUTUAN. |D-4| LYCEUM OF ILIGAN FOUNDATION, LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-OZAMIS

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NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FISCAL YEAR 2014-2015 PAOLO M MENDOZA, uapsa-mit NATIONAL PRESIDENT SHARLEEN MAE M ESTEVES, uapsa-feu NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT MARK ARTHUR DL CRUZ, uapsa-bulsu VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA A ZSENILLE A OPEÑA, uapsa-uphsd-c VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA B BERLIN JOHN T TOLENTINO, uapsa-lccb VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA C JANNAH CLARRISE B CLARIN, uapsa-upmin VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA D GELLI P RICO, uapsa-tup SECRETARY-GENERAL PAUL DANIEL D ARROZAL, uapsa-feu NATIONAL TREASURER AIRON J SAMAC, uapsa-mit NATIONAL AUDITOR HANNA B ARCILLA, uapsa-ust IMMEDIATE PAST NATIONAL PRESIDENT NEL JAMES B AQUINO, uapsa-slc DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-1A BARIQUIELLE T TORRADO, uapsa-uslt DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-1B JET LEVI L JOSON, uapsa-bulsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-2A JASLINE A REYES, uapsa-dhvtsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-2B ERIN T SUMBILLA, uapsa-tipqc DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-3 MARK ANTHONY M MADO, uapsa-ue DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-4, A-5 JOHN FEDERICK C MEJIA, uapsa-feu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-1 MARVIN PAUL L SUGUITAN, uapsa-mit DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-2 SHERVIN M PEJI, uapsa-cvsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-3 MA. SHAMILE ANNE C CUETO, uapsa-batsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-4 JAN DARYL B AYCARDO, uapsa-bu DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-5 RAMON PHILIP M CURIT, uapsa-ub DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-1 MARY ROSE M FERRER, uapsa-norsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-2 MIKKA ANGELA T MENDOZA, uapsa-evsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-3 MA. SHARMAINE B BARRETTO, uapsa-usa DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-4 NESTOR T QUEZADA JR, uapsa-addu DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-1 JOMARIE P BARBA, uapsa-wmsu DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-2 JERBY P FLORES, uapsa-cocpen DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-3 ISAIAH G ZALSOS, uapsa-lif DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-4

 UAP National Executive Vice President  UAP Executive Director – Commission on Government and External Affair  Members of the Committee on World Day of Architecture 2014 9. FINAL DECISION The United Architects of the Philippines reserves the right to accept or reject any or all submissions that do not meet the contest requirements. The decision of the UAP judging committee will be final and no appeal against the decision will be considered.

For other inquiries, you may contact us thru our email account : neilv168@gmail.com or message us at our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/UAP-World-Day-of-Architecture-20142015/634061006685935?ref=hl

We are sincerely hoping for your vigorous participation in this contest!

Respectfuly yours,

GELLI P. RICO, uapsa-tup
Secretary General

JULIO MIGUEL M. CUEVAS, uapsa-bpsu
Executive Director on External Affairs

Noted by:

Endorsed by:

PAOLO M. MENDOZA, uapsa-mit
National President

Ar. MIKE ANGELO J. BARUIZ
UAPSA Chairperson

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF:

ARCHITECT MICHAEL ANGELO J BARUIZ, uap UAPSA CHAIRPERSON

ARCHITECT TED VILLAMOR G INOCENCIO, fuap UAP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ON EDUCATION

ARCHITECT REY S GABITAN, uap UAP NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

ARCHITECT MA. BENITA O REGALA, fuap UAP NATIONAL PRESIDENT

|A-1a| DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF LAOAG, LYCEUM NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY-URDANETA, SAINT LOUIS COLLEGE, SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY-BAGUIO, UNIVERSITY OF LUZON, UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS, UNIVERSITY OF THE NORTHERN PHILIPPINES. |A-1B| ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY-ILIGAN, SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY-BAYOMBONG, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LOUIS-TUGUEGARAO, UNIVERSITY OF LA SALETTE-SANTIAGO. |A-2A| BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY, NUEVA ECIJA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. |A-2B| BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBAN COLLEGE, DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY, HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY, TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF THE ASSUMPTION. |A-3 | CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES – QUEZON CITY. |A-4| UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-CALOOCAN, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – DILIMAN. |A-5| DON BOSCO TECHNICAL COLLEGE, RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY. |B-1| EULOGIO “AMANG” RODRIGUEZ INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY, MANUEL L. QUEZON UNIVERSITY, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES – MANILA, UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS. |B-2| ADAMSON UNIVERSITY, MAPÚA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILA, TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – MANILA. |B-3| CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY, DE LA SALLE – DASMARIÑAS, NATIONAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-MOLINO |B-4| BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DIVINE WORD COLLEGES OF CALAPAN, MANUEL S. ENVERGA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION, PALAWAN STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-CALAMBA. |B-5| AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGASPI, BICOL UNIVERSITY, BICOL STATE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE , UNIVERSITY OF NUEVA CACERES, UNIVERSITY OF NORTHEASTERN PHILIPPINES, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY. |C1| BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY, CEBU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL, UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES FOUNDATION |C-2| FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY, LA CONSOLACION COLLEGE-BACOLOD, NEGROS ORIENTAL STATE UNIVERSITY. |C-3| EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY. |C-4| UNIVERSITY OF VISAYAS, AKLAN STATE UNIVERSITY, CAPIZ STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE, UNIVERSITY OF SAN AGUSTIN, WESTERN VISAYAS COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY |D-1| ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY, NOTRE DAME OF DADIANGAS UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – MINDANAO. |D-2| WESTERN MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY. |D-3| CAGAYAN DE ORO COLLEGE – PHINMA EDUCATION NETWORK, MINDANAO UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, SURIGAO EDUCATION CENTER, SAINT JOSEPH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – BUTUAN. |D-4| LYCEUM OF ILIGAN FOUNDATION, LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-OZAMIS

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