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The School of Criminal Justice serves as the primary and extensive training ground for those who want to learn, develop, and pursue careers centered on criminal justice.
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President's Message
As we embark on the month of May,

As we embark on the month of May, I extend my warmest wishes to each and every one of you …

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Manuel L. Quezon University Celebrates Success of 2023 Bar Passers

Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) celebrated on April 25, 2024 at Las Casas De Filipinas Juico, the exceptional achievement of 32 graduates who passed the 2023 Bar Examinations. Amidst applause and camaraderie, the testimonial dinner honored these newly minted lawyers for their dedication, perseverance, and hard work, which propelled them to success.

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Celebrating Success: Architect Jeilo D. Factor’s Achievement in Real Estate

Ar. Jeilo D. Factor, a distinguished alumnus of Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) has made his alma mater proud with his remarkable achievement in the field of Real Estate. Graduating with a second degree in BS Real estate Management from MLQU, Ar. Factor has exemplified excellence and dedication in his pursuit of professional success.

President's Message
As we enter the month of April

As we enter the month of April, I would like to extend warm Easter greetings to all. May this season …

School of Architecture
Celebrating Excellence: Ar. Rey Gabitan and Ar. Alfred Geoffrey Carandang Elevated to UAP College of Fellows

In a remarkable testament to their dedication and contributions to the field of architecture, Ar. Rey Gabitan, FUAP and Ar. Alfred Geoffrey Carandang, FUAP, faculty members of the Manuel L. Quezon University School of Architecture (SOA), have been honored with induction into the esteemed United Architects of the Philippines (UAP) College of Fellows.

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Celebrating Legacy and Commitment: The MLQU Alumni Oath-Taking Ceremony

On April 11, 2024, amidst the charming ambiance of a rustic Spanish-themed restaurant at Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar in Quezon City, a momentous event unfolded — the Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) Alumni Oath-Taking Ceremony.

Senior High School
Exploring Governance and Advocacy: MLQU Senior High School’s Trip to the Senate

On March 19, the corridors of power opened their doors to a group of eager minds from MLQU Senior High School as they embarked on an educational journey to the Senate of the Philippines. Led by their principal and teachers, the students embarked on a day filled with insights, interactions, and invaluable experiences.

Vision

The Manuel L. Quezon University – School of Criminal Justice is an institution committed to produce professionals who possess excellent knowledge, skills and competence at meeting the diverse challenges in the field of criminal justice and who are endowed with the virtues of a responsible law-enforcer and law-abiding citizen.

Mission

The Manuel L. Quezon University – School of Criminal Justice Education aims to provide the community with professionally competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective services in crime prevention, crime detection and investigation, law enforcement, and public safety;

  • Produce criminology graduates with skills and knowledge and attitude in addressing the problems of criminality; and
  • Produce criminology graduates with character and competence to meet the challenges of globalization in the field of criminal justice system.

Objectives

  • To develop professional, competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective service in crime prevention, crime detection and investigation law enforcement, and custody and rehabilitation of offenders, among others;
  • To foster the values of leadership, integrity, accountability and responsibility while serving their fellowmen, community and country;
  • To prepare students for careers in crime prevention, law enforcement, and scientific crime detection and correctional administration; and
  • To encourage research and inquiry into the causes, treatment or punishment of criminal behavior and how criminal justice agencies respond to crime, criminals, and victims.

News and Update

Cultivating Character and Competence: Key Takeaways from the Public Safety Leadership and Character Enhancement Seminar

In an ever-evolving world, the role of law enforcement agencies and officers has never been more crucial. To meet the dynamic challenges they face, it is essential that aspiring law enforcers not only possess competence but also exhibit unwavering character. The recent Public Safety Leadership and Character Enhancement seminar, hosted by the School of Criminal Justice (SCJ) as part of the SCJ Student Development Program 2023-2024, brought these critical aspects into focus. This article delves into the key highlights of the seminar and the valuable insights shared by the distinguished speakers.

MLQU’s School of Criminal Justice Nurtures Discipline and Camaraderie in Freshmen Orientation

In an effort to prepare its newest batch of students for the challenging journey ahead, the School of Criminal Justice at Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) recently hosted its annual orientation program. This customary event marks the beginning of the first semester and aims to acquaint freshmen with the ins and outs of their academic life, especially within the context of the B.S. Criminology program.

Introducing the New Dean of the School of Criminal Justice (SCJ): Dr. Adriatico B. Del Camat, Jr.

The School of Criminal Justice (SCJ) is delighted to announce the appointment of its new Dean, Dr. Adriatico B. Del Camat, Jr. Dr. Del Camat brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his new role.

Interview with the Acting Dean of the School of Criminal Justice (SOJ) at MLQU: Shaping the Future of Criminal Justice Education

Ms. Cassandra Lopez recently sat down with Dr. Mario Glenn A. Isic, Acting Dean of the School of Criminal Justice (SOJ) at MLQU to discuss his views and plans for the school, starting from the upcoming academic year 2023-2014 and beyond. Here is an overview of their insightful conversation.

Criminology graduates lead the way in latest licensure exams with 88.33% passing average!

Several graduates of MLQU’s programs have added luster to our venerable school by passing their respective licensure and board examinations held by the Professional Regulatory Commission.This gives another good reason for the entire MLQU community to be proud of our university as it celebrates its 75th founding anniversary.

Partnership Agreement with the Oklahoma State University a Welcome Development for MLQU’s School of Criminal Justice

MLQU has taken a step closer to having a top-notch School of Criminal Justice that will be educating future agents of the law on the most advanced knowledge and techniques of crime prevention, detection and solution.

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Accepting Students 1st SEM AY 2021-2020

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Advanced Enrollment up to July 4
Pre-EnrollmentJuly 5 to 17
Enrollment ProperJuly 18 to August 1
Late EnrollmentAugust 2 to 14
Adding of SubjectsJuly 18 to August 14
Petition Class EnrollmentJuly 18 to August 14