School Overview
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School Name :
De La Salle-Araneta University
Acronym :
DLSAU
School Type :
Private
Academic Calendar :
Bi-Semestral
Year Founded :
1946
Religious Affiliation :
Roman Catholic
Colors :
Green and White
Hymn :
Alma Mater Hymn
Motto :
For God and Country





How to contact the School?

Address : Victoneta Ave., Malabon City, Third District 1476
Contact Number : +63 (2) 330-9128 to 33
Email : communications@dlsau.edu.ph
Website : http://www.dlsau.edu.ph/


School Summary

The De La Salle Araneta University (DLSAU) is the seventh campus of De La Salle Philippines. It was formerly known as the Gregorio Araneta University Foundation which was established in 1946 as the Araneta Institute of Agriculture in Bulacan, then transferred to Malabon the year after. In 1978 it was renamed as the Gregorio Araneta University Foundation. Integration of the university to the DLS System started since 1987 and in 2002 became an official member of the system. The university specializes in Veterinary Medicine and Agricultural Sciences.

Professional Regulations Commission Statistics

Overall Performance :
This data shows PRC Board Rating Statistics
All Profession : 9999 - 0


How much is the Tuition Fee?

Bachelor's degree Php 50,000-60,000 per year
Master's degree Php 31,000-48,000 per year

Are Financial Aid and Scholarship avaiable?

The De La Salle-Araneta University is highly committed to admitting the best students and providing increased access to quality higher education. De La Salle-Araneta University also provides other forms of financial assistance to qualified students applying or enrolled at the University

Scholarship Programs Offered:

  • Entrance Scholarships
  • Academic Scholarships
  • Scholarship Grants under Fund Held in Trust (FHIT)
  • Other Sponsored Scholarships
For more information: https://www.dlsau.edu.ph/admissions/scholarships/index.html


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Q: If you could stop aging, what age would you like to be stuck in? 

A: I would prefer being stuck in my 20s. I firmly believe that your 20s is the time where you begin to come out of your comfort zone. Time also begins to test your maturity and growth, most especially your decision-making. This decade is where you are forced to be the strongest version of yourself, because people start pressuring you to exceed their expectations. You—being new to everything, to this thing called adulting—will start adjusting to every single situation youll ever be into. Disappointments may come along your way, but believing that all these struggles and hardships will become something youll hold onto in the future will make your 20s the best years of your life. Its not about having everything you’ve ever wanted; its about learning things that will make you the best version of yourself. - Mary Joyce Abulencia, 2nd year, BSE-English

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Q: If you could stop aging, what age would you like to be stuck in?

A: "I would prefer being stuck in my 20s. I firmly believe that your 20s is the time where you begin to come out of your comfort zone. Time also begins to test your maturity and growth, most especially your decision-making. This decade is where you are forced to be the strongest version of yourself, because people start pressuring you to exceed their expectations. You—being new to everything, to this thing called "adulting"—will start adjusting to every single situation you'll ever be into. Disappointments may come along your way, but believing that all these struggles and hardships will become something you'll hold onto in the future will make your 20s the best years of your life. It's not about having everything you’ve ever wanted; it's about learning things that will make you the best version of yourself." - Mary Joyce Abulencia, 2nd year, BSE-English

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In our #DLSAUOnBreak series, we feature students taking a break around campus, asking them questions and allowing them to share their thoughts. #AnimoDLSAU #AnimoAraneta #LaSalleAraneta

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Q: If you could stop aging, what age would you like to be stuck in? 

A: I would prefer being stuck in my 20s. I firmly believe that your 20s is the time where you begin to come out of your comfort zone. Time also begins to test your maturity and growth, most especially your decision-making. This decade is where you are forced to be the strongest version of yourself, because people start pressuring you to exceed their expectations. You—being new to everything, to this thing called adulting—will start adjusting to every single situation youll ever be into. Disappointments may come along your way, but believing that all these struggles and hardships will become something youll hold onto in the future will make your 20s the best years of your life. Its not about having everything you’ve ever wanted; its about learning things that will make you the best version of yourself. - Mary Joyce Abulencia, 2nd year, BSE-English

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In our #DLSAUOnBreak series, we feature students taking a break around campus, asking them questions and allowing them to share their thoughts. #AnimoDLSAU #AnimoAraneta #LaSalleAraneta 

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