In the past months, partners from different neighbouring provinces visited the campus. Last January 26, Dr. Arnel Rodelas of Eastern Quezon Colleges Inc. in Gumaca, Quezon came to visit Lipa City Colleges with Mr. Melchor Espiritu. On the January 27, Dr. Abner Pineda and Dr. Jay Sajise from Western Colleges Inc. in Naic, Cavite and St. Anne Business Institute Inc. in Aklan, respectively visited Lipa City Colleges. And on February 11, Mr. Rey Balibago of Oxfordian Colleges met with our school officials.

Mr. Aldwin R. Jose (Director for Student Services, Marketing, Scholarships, Linkages and Career Placement) and Dr. Dante O. Lubis (Dean of Graduate School (MBA/MPA Program) with Dr. Dina Catalina C. Dayon (Vice President for Academic Affairs) received and entertained the visitors. Following the proper health safety protocols, the institution’s official met with our local academic partners to update with existing partnerships, benchmarking, and further possible opportunities of affiliation.

Lipa City Colleges and its partners make sure to maintain constant communication with each other, online and even on ground, amidst the pandemic.


The LCC Silvercrest Senior High School Department held its first virtual Senior High School Week last March 01 to 03, 2021 with the theme “Taking the Challenges of Online Learning as Opportunities for Personal Development”. The 3-day event served as a break from academics and requirements and an avenue for the SHS students to perform and excel in extracurricular activities. The department celebrated virtually via the department’s Official Facebook Group.

The SHS Week 2021 opened with a webinar from Mr. John Carlos Miguel Moratalla, a former SSG President of the Senior High School Department. He shared his knowledge and encouraged the students to dream big amidst the uncertain and unexpected occurrence. The organizing committee released online trivia featuring the department’s achievements and events from its institution up to date. Students from different strands shared their online learning stories and expressed their feelings about the new normal of learning through vlogs.

The student competitions – Spoken Poetry, Digital Art, and Group Tiktok – come about the second day. Through these competitions, participants were able to show their artistic, creative, and dance skills. Students shared their thoughts and express their feelings about the difficulty of online learning in a fun and trendy manner.


Within Lipa City Colleges’ core value of commitment, the institution commits support in the ideals and core of its every partner and network. With the ease of restrictions of COVID-19, our partner schools resumed operations observing the minimum health protocols implemented by the government. Lipa City Colleges supports the effort of the government to promote safe working environment for us frontline workers of the education industry.

Lipa City Colleges distributed boxes of masks and alcohols to selected partner schools and barangays. This campaign against COVID-19 is an effort of the institution to minimize the threat of contracting the virus while our partners are performing their duties to their clients and stakeholders.

The distribution is spearheaded by the Office of the Student Services, Marketing, Scholarship, Linkages and Career Placement Office which always reminds to wear masks and sanitize with alcohol.