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Centennial Update

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#LCCB100: Centennial Songwriting Contest

New Teachers
New Teachers

Congratulations to our new Teachers!
LCCians who successfully passed the March 2017 Licensure Examinations for Teachers Elementary and Secondary. Read more...

New Architects
New Architects

Congratulations to our new Architects!
LCCians who successfully passed the June 2017 Architecture Licensure Examinations. Read more...


October - November 2017



Grade 7 National Achievement Test



World Teachers’ Day



AM: LCCB Teacher Appreciation Programs



PM: NOPSSCEA Teachers’ Celebration at SMX (Classes suspended)






Rosary Rally



College Final Exams



Grade 11 National Achievement Test



Semestral Break for College begins



BSID Thesis Deliberation



IS Second Periodical Exam



Start of College enrollment for 2nd semester



Classes resume in all levels



Last day of College enrollment

Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs


Our Partnership

Stronger than ever

Both our organizations have experienced tremendous changes over the past years but our experiences have only strengthened the bond of our partnership and commitment to make accesible internationally well-regarded Australian qualifications to Filipinos. Today LCC Bacolod and Australian Skills Institute have come together to bring reassurance that the partnership, which started in 2010, will remain and only improve -- so long as there are Filipinos who see the qualifications as an important vehicle that will lead them to their career aspirations wherever in the world. Congratulations LCC Bacolod and ASI! 

News from Around LCCB

Banago urban poor community

A visit to urban poor community of Banago, Bacolod City

Last September 22, 2017, the faculty of the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, the School of Business and Information Technology in cooperation with the Office of the VP for External Affairs Centennial Legacy Projects and the Graduate Studies & Continuing Education visited the urban poor community of Banago and conducted brief training on home-based livelihood products like making pickles ans preserved foods like tocino for mothers while their small children learned rhymes and action songs from teacher education students. Apart from production skills, the teachers also gave brief training on wealth management and cooperative development. The team of volunteers plan to hold a medical mission in the same community in the near future. | Photo by Juan Diego Satizo, AFS Guatemala

MRBC returns to disaster-stricken communities in Banago

MRBC returns to disaster-stricken communities in Banago

More than 700 individuals were displaced when fire razed hundreds of houses in the congested community of informal settlers in Purok Riverside, Barangay Banago last year. Near the coast, hundreds of families also evacuated when a typhoon hit just about a year before. The communities are among the poorest in Bacolod City and have been vulnerable to natural and man-made disasters.

Sabor Bisaya 2017

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Sabor Bisaya 2017 Victors

Teams from La Consolacion College Bacolod stormed to victory in the recently concluded Sabor Bisaya, maintaining its leadership among culinary and hospitality education institutions in Negros Occidental. LCC Bacolod garnered a total of two golds, five silvers and nine bronzes, most being the highest awards in the regional competitions and a bronze medal in the Grand National Chef Wars. Fourteen HEI's and fourteen restaurants participated.

BSP Stakeholders Awardee

2017 BSP Stakeholders Awardee

Congratulations to the School of Business and Information Technology for having been recognized by the Bangko Sentral nang Pilipinas as having projects that promote financial literacy and support BSP's coin recirculation program, which was also dedicated to raise funds for the school's outreach program for the less privileged but deserving students.

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Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling opens November 2016

Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling opens November 2016


After earning the approval of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), La Consolacion College Bacolod will be opening the Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling by second semester of Academic Year 2015-2016


Various events culminate first half of the year

Various events culminate first half of the year


Culminating activities marked a lively finale to the academic life of students as they prepare for a brief mid-year break. From the main campus to Villasor, from classrooms to laboratories, from the auditorium to the quadrangle, La Consolacion College...

BLIS graduates pass professional licensure examinations

BLIS graduates pass professional licensure examinations


Twelve graduates of the Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS) were successful in the Librarian Licensure Examination (LLE) given by the Board of Librarians this year. The announcement was released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on...

Alumna completes DBP Management Associates Program with flying colors

Alumna completes DBP Management Associates Program with flying colors

A graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Commerce major in Business Management, Abegail Olandria-Ong, ranked first among the 31 graduates of the Management Associates Program (MAP) of the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP). Ong at age 31, will...

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