UST-Alfredo M. Velayo College of Accountancy

UST-Alfredo M. Velayo College of Accountancy

Degree Programs

Contact Information

UST-Alfredo M. Velayo College of Accountancy (2005)

Contact Information

Educational Delivery

Admission and Retention Policies

Educational Delivery

Admission and Retention Policies

Frequently Asked Questions pertaining to the Degree Programs, Retention Policies, and Student Performance Contract

While all programs are anchored on core accounting, business, and general education courses, each program offers a course of study unique and relevant to each accounting specialization.

The BS Accountancy (BSA) program offers a wide array of courses on external financial statements assurance and audit services. BSA graduates are expected to take the licensure examination for certified public accountants administered by the Board of Accountancy (Philippines) and other international accounting certifications (e.g., ACCA).

Meanwhile, the BS Management Accounting (BSMA) program is focused on corporate accounting and controllership. BSMA graduates are expected to take the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) examination administered by the Institute of Management Accountants (USA and Australia), or the Certified Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).

Finally, the BS Accounting Information System (BSAIS) program is geared towards a career in information systems audit and information technology governance with a foundation on accounting information systems. BSAIS graduates are expected to take the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) examination administered by ISACA (USA), the international professional organization of information technology governance professionals.

With the breadth and depth offered by the specialized and general courses respectively, graduates of the UST AMV College of Accountancy are expected to become lifelong learners and leaders regardless of specialization.

As a rule, the University has a debarment policy applicable to students who incur failures corresponding to 9 units or the equivalent of one-half of their load (for students who did not take the full regular load).

However, freshmen in their first term in the University are exempted from this rule. A student who in his/her first term in the University and who incurs failures corresponding to nine units or more will be allowed to be readmitted in the succeeding term on a probationary basis.

The probationary basis will allow the student to clear all his/her deficiencies until the succeeding special term. Failure to clear the deficiencies and/or incurring additional deficiencies in the second term will exclude the student on probation from admission to the second curriculum year.

Moreover, any student who incurs a failure during the first curriculum years, subject to the debarment policy as stated, cannot anymore proceed to the BS Accountancy Program and may choose between the BSMA or BSAIS.

The debarment policy of the University will apply as discussed above. 

An uncleared deficiency pertains to an instance of failure in a course which is still to be removed through retaking and passing the said course.

For example, if in the first term of his/her first year, a student incurs a failure in a three-unit course then the student’s deficiency is three units at the end of the first term.

If in the succeeding (second) term, the same student retakes the same course and still incurs a failure, his/her deficiency becomes six units. As a rule, uncleared deficiencies are counted by instance and not by course.

A student without failure for the first and second years may choose any one of the three programs, including the BSA, if s/he has a grade of 2.50 or better in all accounting, finance, law, and taxation courses. All other students who did not incur failures but did not meet the 2.50 grade will be ranked based on grades’ weighted average (GWA) and may be considered for the BSA program, subject to availability of slots.

Yes, the student may be retained in the BSA program provided s/he did not incur failures in any of the courses. S/he may also shift to the BSMA or BSAIS programs.

Yes, provided that all classification requirements are met. However, courses in the first and second years across the three programs are common. It is more efficient if the student will wait for the classification process (at the end of the second year) if s/he considers shifting to another program.

Yes, the debarment policy will still apply to all students across all programs. The debarment policy of the University does not allow his/her admission during the subsequent term when the accumulated uncleared deficiency is at least 9 units.   Fourth year students, however, are not anymore subject to debarment. For this purpose, fourth year students are those who have successfully completed all the courses in the three curriculum years of the program.

Yes, the debarment policy will still apply to all students across the program, except for fourth-year students.  Also for this purpose, fourth year students are those who have successfully completed all the courses in the three curriculum years of the program(s).

Yes, this will be considered as a second-degree application covered by the student handbook (PPS No. 1009a).   Furthermore, the 2.50 grade requirement during the first two curriculum years, among others shall still apply.

Vision, Mission, Core Values, Graduate Attributes, and Philosophy

Recognitions

Achievers

Vision, Mission, Core Values, Graduate Attributes, and Philosophy

The UST Alfredo M. Velayo College of Accountancy envisions itself as a premier institution in accountancy education and research in Asia, producing morally upright world-class accountants and effecting social transformation.

The UST Alfredo M. Velayo College of Accountancy dedicates itself to:

  • provide quality accounting education in the formation of competent, compassionate and committed professionals who are active agents of social transformation;
  • enhance the competencies of its academic and non-academic personnel through continuous training and development;
  • undertake and apply research findings for the improvement of business practices that promote the well-being of society;
  • develop in its stakeholders opportunities for lifelong learning needed to fulfill their aspirations and contribute to society; and
  • sustain an evangelized public presence by actively responding to the needs of industry, government and society.

The graduates from the UST-AMV College of Accountancy are characterized by:

— professional competence (in-depth and extensive knowledge in accounting and finance with the ability to conduct research and use results in formulating decisions in response to current problems and new opportunities);

— ability to think critically to develop powers of analysis, application, evaluation, synthesis and creation of new knowledge;

— ability to communicate effectively;

— capacity to work independently and as part of a team;

— willingness to accept social and civic responsibilities and uphold high ethical standards; and

— moral integrity observed in one’s respect for laws and regulations, compliance with professional standards, and commitment to the core values of the University and teachings of the Church.

The UST-Alfredo M. Velayo College of Accountancy Administration, Staff, Faculty and Students embodies the following core values:

  • Competence,
  • Compassion, and
  • Commitment

The UST AMV College of Accountancy believes that the “learners of today are the leaders of tomorrow”. Therefore, teaching and learning is expected to produce competentcompassionate and committed Thomasian accountants.

Competence: Developing Mental Agility

Learning best happens when learners construct their own knowledge. Facilitators must therefore equip the learners with essential concepts and theories for problem solving. Furthermore, facilitators (faculty members) should carefully scaffold the problem solving process through the learner’s application of frameworks, theories and concepts. Thomasian accountants are expected to select, apply and reflect on existing theories in analyzing the most pressing accounting issues.

Compassion: Inculcating Our Christian Identity

Tracing to its Christian roots, the college believes that all learning is incomplete without its social dimension. Learning in the college, therefore, should encompass the ethical and social dimensions of business, finance and accounting. Furthermore, Thomasian accountants are expected to be reflective of their own decisions, taking into consideration all stakeholders involved.

Commitment: Life-long Learning, Life-long Leading

The college fosters a learning environment where learners are expected to be fully dedicated and committed to their own learning. Rather than giving them answers, leading learners into a feasible solution enables them to take full ownership of their own learning. As accounting practice constantly evolves, Thomasian accountants are expected to simultaneously learn and lead in their respective fields.

Teaching and learning in the college develops learners into well-rounded professionals where a healthy balance of competence, compassion and commitment will enable them to lead lives of integrity as professional accountants and nation builders.

Recognitions

Certified (BS Accountancy)

Level III Accreditation (BS Accountancy)

Level II Accreditation (BS Management Accounting)

Achievers

Updates

Student Organizations

Patron Saint

Updates

Student Organizations

Community Achievers Association – Accountancy Unit

Paci Rhutmos

Pax Romana – Accountancy Unit

Scarlet – Accountancy Unit

Society of Business Managerial Accountants

The Accountancy Chamber Singers

Thomasian Youth Builders

Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants

UST Red Cross Youth Council – Accountancy Unit

Rotaract Club – UST-AMV-COA Unit

Patron Saint

(1st Century AD), husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary  

Patron of the UST-AMV College of Accountancy

Feast Day: March 19 

St. Joseph, the spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the foster-father of Jesus, was probably born in Bethlehem and probably died in Nazareth. In the plan of salvation, God assigned to Joseph, “the just man” (cf. Mt 1:19), and spouse of the Virgin Mary (cf. ibid; Lk 1:27), a particularly important mission: legally to insert Jesus Christ into the line of David from whom, according to the prophets, the Messiah would be born, and to act as his father and guardian. 

In virtue of this mission, God revealed to Joseph that Jesus had been conceived by the Holy Spirit; (cf. Mt 1:20-21); he witnessed the birth of Christ in Bethlehem (cf. Lk 2:6-7), the adoration of the shepherds (cf. Lk 2:15-16), the adoration of the Magi (cf. Mt 2:11); he fulfilled his mission religiously with regard to the rearing of Christ, having had him circumcised according to the discipline of the Covenant of Abraham (Lk 2:21) and in giving him the name of Jesus (Mt 1:21); in accordance with the Law of the Lord, he presented Christ in the Temple and made the offering prescribed for the poor (cf. Lk 2:22-24; Ex 13:2,12-13), and listened in wonder to the prophecy of Simeon (cf. Lk 2:25-33); he protected the Mother of Christ and her Son from the persecution of Herod by taking them to Egypt (cf. Mt 2:13-23); together with Mary and Jesus, he went every year to Jerusalem for the Passover, and was distraught at having lost the twelve year old Jesus in the Temple (Lk 2:43-50); he lived in Nazareth and exercised paternal authority over Jesus who was submissive to him (Lk 2:51); he instructed Jesus in the law and in the craft of carpentry. 

St. Joseph was the provider of the holy family; he was accountable for Jesus as His foster-father, and the Blessed Virgin Mary as her husband. He died before the beginning of Christ's public life. His was the most beautiful death that one could have, in the arms of Jesus and Mary. Humbly and unknown, he passed his years at Nazareth in silence. He is the patron of the Universal Church. He is the patron of the dying. He is the patron of the UST-AMV College of Accountancy.

 

Sources:

  • John Paul II, Redemptoris Custos: On the Person and Mission of St. Joseph in the Life of Christ and of the Church, 15 August 1989.
  • Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, Directory on Popular Piety and the Liturgy, 2001, no. 218-223.

Administrators

Prof. Patricia M. Empleo, PhD,
Dean

Rev. Fr. Franklin F. Beltran, O.P., PhD,
Regent

Inst. Francisco M. Caliwan, Jr., MBA, MSPA,
Assistant Dean

Inst. Fermin Antonio D.R. Yabut, MSPA,
College Secretary

Program Chairpersons

College Council

Prof. Patricia M. Empleo, PhD,
Chair (Ex-Officio)

Rev. Fr. Franklin F. Beltran, O.P., PhD,
Member (Ex-Officio)

Inst. Francisco M. Caliwan, Jr., MBA, MSPA,
Member (Ex-Officio)

Asst. Prof. Christine S.M. Alday, MBA, MSPA,
Member

Asst. Prof. Christopher I. German, MBA,
Member

Inst. Luis M. Chua, MS,
Member

Inst. Fermin Antonio D.R. Yabut, MSPA,
Secretary (Ex-Officio)

Coordinators and Supervisors

Asst. Prof. Marie Anne Lourdes N. Guanzon

mnguanzon@ust.edu.ph

Business and Mathematics Education

Asst. Prof. Ginavee F. Dapula, PhD

gfdapula@ust.edu.ph

Simbahayan Community Development

Asst. Prof. Christopher I. German, MBA, MSPA

cigerman@ust.edu.ph

International Relations

Asst. Prof. Apollo D. Layug, MBA, MSPA

adlayug@ust.edu.ph

e-Learning Specialist

 

Inst. Fermin Antonio D.R. Yabut, MSPA

fdyabut@ust.edu.ph

Pedagogical Lead

Faculty Members​

Accountancy, Finance, and Taxation Cluster

Asst. Prof. Christine S.M. Alday, MBA, MSPA

Master of Business Administration

Master of Science in Professional Accounting

Inst. Ryan N. Alejo, MBA

Master of Business Administration

Inst. Faye Abigail G. Año, BSA

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

Inst. Christopher C. Apsay, Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Atty. Reynaldo R. Badulis, Jr., Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Atty. Ivan Yannick S. Bagayao, Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Inst. Melani N. Belostrino, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Alfred Lindon F. Berbano, MBA

Master of Business Administration

Inst. Victor Jose B. Buendia, BSA

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

Inst. Antonio B. Burgos, MBA

Master of Business Administration

Inst. Antonio Eriberto C. Cabug, MBA

Master of Business Administration

Inst. Francisco M. Caliwan, Jr. MBA, MSPA

Master of Business Administration

Master of Science in Professional Accounting

Inst. Roxanie C. Calixto, MSA

Master of Science in Accountancy

Inst. John Bo S. Cayetano, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Luis M. Chua, MS

Master of Science in Computational Finance

Inst. Albert D. Cruz, MSPA

Master of Science in Professional Accounting

Inst. Richmond V. Cruz, MBA

Master of Business Administration

Atty. Paul Vincent T. Cunanan, Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Inst. Alex B. Custodio, MBA

Master of Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Michael M. Dalimot, MBA, MSPA

Master of Business Administration

Master of Science in Professional Accounting

Asst. Prof. Antonio J. Dayag, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, major in Commerce

Inst. Patricia Maita B. Dimayuga, JD

Juris Doctor

Prof. Patricia M. Empleo, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, major in Business Management

Inst. Rosalina L. Erece, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Atty. Danilo M. Galang, Jr., JD

Juris Doctor

Inst. Alfonso G. Garcera, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Earl Jimson R. Garcia, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Christopher I. German, MBA, MSPA

Master in Business Administration

Master of Science in Professional Accounting

Asst. Prof. Maria Theresa V. Gonzales, DBA

Doctor of Business Administration

Atty. Abigail L. Ibañez, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Shirley C. Irineo, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Rowena U. Jaucian, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Christian A. Lacsi, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Ernie M. Lat, II

Master in Applied Business Economics

Asst. Prof. Apollo D.C. Layug, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Assoc. Prof. Dennis C. Ligan, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, major in Commerce

Atty. Tristan L. Lopez, Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Inst. Gorgonio D. Macariola, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Louie Gene G. Marasigan, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Melba C. Matula, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Gerber G. Mendoza, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Atty. Jemannoel A. Mora, JD

Juris Doctor

Inst. Angelo Miguel P. Oasan, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Eliseo R. Panganiban, III, MSPA

Master of Science in Professional Accounting

Inst. Rexie S. Peregrino, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Ian Paulo N. Punsalan, MM

Master of Management

Atty. Anna Marie T. Querrer, JD

Juris Doctor

Inst. Clifford V. Ramos, MBA, Ll. B.

Master in Business Administration

Bachelor of Laws

Inst. Jordan G. Ramos, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Atty. Prof. Ronald A. Ricablanca, MBA, Ll. B.

Master in Business Administration

Bachelor of Laws

Inst. Aljon J. Roque, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Atty. Daryl Matthew A. Sales, JD

Juris Doctor

Inst. Alan Jeffrey T. Santos, MSPA

Master of Science in Professional Accounting

Inst. Jesher Mark V. Santos, BSA

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

Inst. Tristan John Y. Santos, MM

Master of Management

Atty. Guillermo V. Sebastian, Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Atty. Cesar Nickolai F. Soriano, Jr., Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Inst. Marvin V. Soriano, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Marijun V. Sy, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Enrico D. Tabag, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Fernando I. Talion, DBA

Doctor of Business Administration

Inst. Ferdinand L. Timbang, MS

Master of Science in Computational Finance

Inst. Francisco H. Villamin, Jr., MBA

Master in Business Administration

Inst. Fermin Antonio D.R. Yabut, MSPA

Master of Science in Professional Accounting

Business Law Cluster

Atty. Rex Cris N. Angeles, Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Atty. Richard Armand C. Angeles, Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Atty. Kenneth Lloyd G. dela Cruz, Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Atty. James Christopher D. Domingo, MBA, Ll. B.

Master in Business Administration

Bachelor of Laws

Asst. Prof. Almanzor P. Sarip Macmod, Ll. B.

Bachelor of Laws

Business and Mathematics Education Cluster

Inst. Rex Emmanuel N. Agapay, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Ofelia T. Balubar, EdD

Doctor of Education in Educational Administration

Asst. Prof. Mary Jane A. Castilla, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education

Inst. Gerardo M. Castro, MBA

Master in Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Ginavee F. Dapula, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, major in Commerce

Asst. Prof. Cecilia D. Flores, MA

Master of Arts in Economics

Asst. Prof. Marie Anne Lourdes N. Guanzon, MBA

Master of Business Administration

Inst. Luisito S. Macapagal, MA

Master of Arts in Mathematics

Asst. Prof. Nancy R. Macapagal, MA

Master of Arts in Mathematics

Asst. Prof. Nestor M. Noble, DBA

Doctor of Business Administration

Inst. Arnold M. Petalver, MME

Master in Mathematics Education

Inst. Mark Lester D. Toribio, MBA

Master of Business Administration

Asst. Prof. Antonette C. Torreda, EdD

Doctor of Education, major in Educational Leadership

Asst. Prof. Edgar Allan M. Uy, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, major in Economics

Guidance Counselors

 

Senior Counselor Maria Agnes B. Bonifacio, MA

Master of Arts in Education, major in Guidance and Counseling

 

Junior Counselor Gilda G. Sarmiento, MA

Master of Arts in Education, major in Guidance and Counseling

Support Staff

Ms. Jaily Kristine A. Aguilar

Office Clerk

Ms. Cherry Ann M. Empestan

Office Clerk

Ms. Chiara Joy O. Manahan

Office Clerk

Ms. Maria Concepcion A. Paguila

Office Clerk

Mr. Michael Ronald R. Lising

Laboratory Technician (Multimedia Room)

Mr. Alvin P. Taypa

Laboratory Technician (Multimedia Room)

History

 

2021

In May 2021, Prof. Patricia M. Empleo, Ph.D. was conferred the Pillar of Accounting Education award by the National Association of Certified Public Accountants in Education (NACPAE).

2020

Mr. Angel John F. Geronimo received the ICMA Student Certificate of Distinguished Performance award in the September/October 2020 CMA Examination.

In November 2020, Asst. Prof. Antonio J. Dayag, PhD was conferred the Outstanding Certified Public Accountant Award in Education by the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA).

2019

Mr. Justine Louie B. Santiago topped the October 2018 CPA Licensure Examination. Joining Mr. Santiago were Mr. Marc Angelo G. Santos (5th), Mr. Bill Julius L. Ocampo (6th), Ms. Alyssa Nicole D. Rosario (9th), Ms. Lovel A. Dulay (10th), and Mr. Jhudge P. Salaya (10th).

Mr. Michael John M. Cortes and Ms. Jo-Anne R. Etin received the ICMA Gold and Silver Medal Awards, respectively, in the September/October 2019 CMA Examination. Meanwhile, Ms. Cherica Joy A. Angeles, Mr. Bill Julius I. Ocampo and Mr. Justine Louie B. Santiago received the ICMA Student Certificate of Distinguished Performance award.

In November 2019, the College hosted the 10th ASEAN Accounting Education Workgroup Meeting with the theme “AAEW@10: Working Together for a Learned Global Accounting Profession”.

2018

In February 2018, Prof. Patricia M. Empleo, Ph.D. was inducted to the Global Accounting Hall of Fame by the Institute of Certified Management Accountants.

In May 2018, the College established the UST Accounting Center.

In August 2018, the College offered another program in the accountancy umbrella, the BS Accounting Information System.

Ms. Lahaira Amy C. Reyes topped the October 2018 CPA Licensure Examination. Joining Ms. Reyes were Mr. Marc Angelo S. Sanchez (4th), Ms. Charissa Mae S. Espinola (5th), Ms. Kathleen Mae T. Puno (5th), and Mr. James Andrew H. Licaros (10th).

Mr. Marc Angelo S. Sanchez received the ICMA Priscilla S. Payne Outstanding Student Performance Award for obtaining the highest score among student-examinees across the globe in the September/October 2018 CMA Examination. He was joined by Ms. Francyne Jean M. Corpuz, Ms. Charissa Mae S. Espinola, Ms. Ma. Louella R. Pantorgo, and Ms. Lahaira Amy C. Reyes who all received the  ICMA Student Certificate of Distinguished Performance award.

In November 2018, Mr. Francisco M. Caliwan, Jr., was conferred the Young Achiever Award in Education by the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA).

2017

The College expanded its wings by demonstrating its supremacy in the Certified Management Accountant program, a global certification of management accountants. In February 2017 CMA Examination, Mr. Janfher V. Sobinsky received the ICMA Student Certificate of Distinguished Performance award.

In August 2017, the BS Accountancy program received the ASEAN University Network Quality Assurance certification.

The University was hailed as the 3rd top performing school in the October 2017 CPA Licensure Examination with 91.99% passing rate, with six topnotchers namely: Mr. Alfonso Solomon R. Magno topped the October 2017 CPA Licensure Examination. Joining Mr. Magno were Mr. Ray Jay M. Dizon (4th), Mr. Alvin Thomas M. Endaya (7th), Ms. Maria Isabel C. Marfil (9th), Mr. Marc Euvil D. Villaverde (9th), Ms. Louize Allain T. Areño (10th), and Ms. Christine Mae B. De Leon (10th).

In December 2017, the University of Santo Tomas was accepted into the membership of the ASEAN Accounting Education Workgroup.

2016

On April 13, 2016, the College established the Accountancy Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Center, a Professional Regulator Board of Accountancy (PRBOA) -accredited CPD provider.

The University was hailed as the 2nd top performing school in the May 2016 CPA Licensure Examination with 90.32% passing rate.

The University was hailed as the 2nd top performing school in the October 2016 CPA Licensure Examination with 90.72% passing rate, with five topnotchers namely: Ms. Patricia Mae D. Muñoz (3rd), Mr. Ariel Joseph B. Nipas (3rd), Ms. Mikie Menelli T. So (4th), Mr. John Henry G. Pantoja (6th), and Marlon Chris M. Malicsi (10th).

2015

The University was hailed as the 2nd top performing school in the October 2015 CPA Licensure Examination with 95.29% passing rate, with two topnotchers namely: Ms. May Anne R. Reyes (7th) and Ms. Ma. Rosa Mia R. Reyes (8th).

2013

The University was hailed as the 4th top performing school in the October 2013 CPA Licensure Examination with 89.65% passing rate, with two topnotchers namely: Ms. Loraine J. Santos (2nd) and Mr. Jayrod E. Natnat (10th).

2012

Ms. Kathrine Rose C. Catindig placed 2nd in the May 2012 CPA Licensure Examination.

The University was hailed as the 3rd top performing school in the October 2012 CPA Licensure Examination with 93.09% passing rate.

The College made history with two Thomasians landing the first place in the October 2012 CPA Licensure Examination, heralding UST as the first University to achieve such a record in the history of Philippine CPA Licensure Examination. The topnotchers are Mr. Bren S. Cruz and Ms. Celaica C. Vibar (1st place), Mr. Kervin C. Cortes (9th), Mr. Tristan John T. De Guzman (10th) and Ms. Eloisa P. Galang (10th).

2011

The University was hailed as the 2nd top performing school in the October 2011 CPA Licensure Examination with 88.86% passing rate, with four topnotchers namely: Ms. Nathalie C. Lao (9th), Ms. Janine G. Sy (10th), Ms. Jenine D. Tan (10th), and Ms. Eunice Faye C. Valera (10th).

2010

Ms. Ellen Joy A. Garcia placed 4th in the May 2010 CPA Licensure Examination.

The University was hailed as the 2nd top performing school in the October 2010 CPA Licensure Examination with 92.23% passing rate, with three topnotchers namely: Mr. Lean Jeff M. Magsombol (4th), Ms. Patricia Maita M. Dimayuga (9th), and Mr. Stephen Ray C. Taguba (10th).

2009

The University was hailed as the 2nd top performing school in the October 2009 CPA Licensure Examination with 87.78% passing rate, with six topnotchers namely: Francis Angel L. Reyes (4th), Cris Leo M. Villanueva (7th), Miken F. Padilla (8th), Alissa Star E. Reyes (8th), Gibson T. Tan (8th), and Jerlyn C. Dela Cruz (9th).

2007

In June 2007, the College started offering the Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting program.

The University was hailed as the top performing school in the October 2007 CPA Licensure Examination with 85.65% passing rate. Leading the batch of passers was Mr. Genghis O. Grospe in 6th place.

2006

Ms. Frances Ann D. Amog placed 6th in the May 2006 CPA Licensure Examination.

Mr. Smith C. Lim placed 4th in the October 2006 CPA Licensure Examination. He is joined by Ms. Diana Rose U. Cue and Ms. Jessamyn U. Domingo who both placed 7th.

2005

The University was hailed as the top performing school in the October 2005 CPA Licensure Examination with 85.71% passing rate, with four topnotchers namely: Shayne B. Laparan (5th), Alan L. Roque (6th), Grace E. Macabata (9th), and Manny John M. Tan (9th).

2004

On November 10, 2004, the University of Santo Tomas, upon the recommendation of and in coordination with the UST College of Commerce Alumni Foundation, Inc. (COCAFI), established the UST-Alfredo M. Velayo College of Accountancy (UST-AMV CoA).  The College is the first and, so far, the only degree-granting unit of the University named after a private individual, an unprecedented event in the history of the oldest university in the Philippines.

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