DLSU-D will be turning 40 years old since the time it was acquired by the Lasallian Brothers in 1987. In Sacred Scripture, the number “40” signiﬁes new life, new growth, and transformation -- a transition to move from one great task to another major milestone.
As we prepare for this major milestone in our University’s history, we have set ambitious goals for the next five years. With three key targets, strategies have been crafted to achieve 42 institutional outputs by 2027.
As the University unveils its revitalized VISION-MISSION, we are privileged to have exceptional Lasallians who personify the essence of the Institution’s aspirations, our MISSION CHAMPIONS! Together, let us embrace our mission and chart new paths toward a future of excellence.
Student leader Franchseca Alon, Social Sciences and Humanities Department Faculty Dr. Maria Virginia Aguilar, and OVPLEA staff Maricar Panganiban, share their experiences in receiving and providing excellent education that makes an impact to society.
Linkages and Scholarship Office Director Dr. Christian George Francisco, CEAT Center for Technological Innovation Director Engr. Jeric Sarte, CILP Multi Media Development Training Coordinator Ms. Roda Sanares, University Research Office Director Dr. Edwin Lineses and CILP Technical Support Staff Ms. Sherry Lynne Melanis, talk about DLSU-D's innovative approaches to education, application, and research.
LCDC Faculty Lorenzo Centino shares his insights on how he makes achieving a just and peaceful society possible through education, awareness, and collective action.
Linkages and Scholarship Office & School of Governance Director, Dr. Christian George Francisco, SACSO Coordinator Jocelyn Luyon and LCDC Faculty Irish Bautista, talk about the role that Lasallians play in achieving a sustainable society.
Vice President for Mission and Formation Jose Ritche Bongcaron, Laboratory Custodian John Patrick Amit, and Balik Aral Program Coordinator Pete Mendiola talk about living out the mission of delivering human and Christian education through DLSU-D’s various programs and scholarship opportunities.
John Phillip Mallari, director of the Cavite Studies Center, and Mary Ann Salvador, director of the Museo de La Salle and Center for Heritage Conservation talk about DLSU-D’s role in preserving the rich history of the province of Cavite and connecting it to the learners of today.
Emerico Rasing, guidance counselor and director of Student Wellness Center talks about how DLSU-D deals with the evolving challenges being faced by the students as well as the measures the University takes to promote an inclusive and accepting environment for all.
Excellent education that centers on habitually providing the best and honest services, especially in helping the poor and the community
Determined leadership and governance that compel accountability
Sustained community climate where the experience of God is lived and shared