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Notre Dame of Dadiangas University

The Notre Dame of Dadiangas University (NDDU), simply known as Notre Dame, is a University in General Santos City. It is a Catholic institution run by the Marist Brothers or FMS (Fratres Maristae a Scholis). It offers undergraduate and graduate courses as well as pre-elementary and basic education. Further, it offers a broad spectrum of academic programs through its colleges. It consists of three campuses in General Santos — the main campus along Marist Avenue, the Notre Dame of Dadiangas University-Integrated Basic Education Department or NDDU-IBED Lagao Campus and the Espina Campus. Today, NDDU is the only private university in the city of General Santos.

Under the CHED Memorandum Order No. 48, the school was granted "University Status" on June 26, 2006.[1]

Affiliations

As a Marist Institution, Notre Dame of Dadiangas University is affiliated with Marist Schools in the Philippines and linked internationally with University of Alcalá, Spain, Universidad Marista, A.C. Mexico City, Universidad Marista, Guadalajara, Mexico, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná and Universidad Marista, De San Luis Potosí, Mexico.

The University is a member of Notre Dame Educational Association, Inc. (NDEA), a network of Notre Dame Schools in the Philippines, under the patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary, owned and administered by:[2]

Religious Congregations Juridical Jurisdictions
Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI)

Marist Brothers (FMS)
Augustinian Recollect Sisters (AR)
Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena (OP)
Oblates of Notre Dame (OND)
Religious of the Virgin Mary (RVM)
Sisters of Paul of Chartres (SPC)
Sisters of the Presentation of Mary (PM)

Archdiocese of Cotabato
Diocese of Kidapawan
Diocese of Marbel
Vicariate of Jolo

Notable Alumni

Achievements

  • NDDU has been granted an Autonomous Status and has maintained its level 3 in PAASCU (Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities).
  • Center of Development for Excellence in Civil Engineering (CODE-CE) for Region XII.
  • Best Nursing School in Mindanao garnering 15th place in nationwide ranking of the best Nursing Schools (2010).
  • Notre Dame of Dadiangas College (now Notre Dame of Dadiangas University) was ranked NUMBER 2 of the Top Performing Nursing School (60-90 examinees category) issued by the Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC) - Philippine Board of Nursing on February 21, 2006 with 91% passing rate (78 passed out of 86 takers).
  • In National Cheerleading Championship - National Level, NDDU Ranked 4th place out of 23 Colleges and Universities, nationwide. (2011)

See also

References

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External links

  • NDDU Official Website
  • NDDU Official Facebook Page
  • NDDU Official Twitter Feed

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