School Overview
  • LICEO
School Name :
Liceo De Cagayan University
Acronym :
LDCU
School Type :
Private
Academic Calendar :
Bi-Semestral
Year Founded :
1955
Religious Affiliation :
Non-sectarian
Colors :
Maroon and golden yellow
Hymn :
Liceo Hymn
Motto :
Nothing without Divine Will





How to contact the School?

Address : Rodolfo N. Pelaez Boulevard, Kauswagan, Cagayan De Oro City, Misamis
Contact Number : (088) 858 4093
Email : [email protected]
Website : http://www.liceo.edu.ph/


School Summary

The Liceo de Cagayan University is a non-sectarian university in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. It has twelve colleges and five departments. Its president is Dr. Mariano M. Lerin. It is the second largest university in Cagayan de Oro City, after Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan.



How much is the Tuition Fee?

Bachelor's degree Php 40,000-50,000 per year
Master's degree Php 42,000 per year

Are Financial Aid and Scholarship avaiable?

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

Scholarship Programs Offered:

  • State Scholarship Program
  • Armed Forces of the Philippines Grants
  • PNP Educational Grant
  • Private Education Student Financial Assistance Program (PESFA)
  • Study Now Pay Later Plan (SNPLP)
  • Scholarships: Academic
  • Scholarships: Non-Academic
 


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Published on 7:11 am

ARTE+FACTUALThe design elements in this elaborate brassware artifact points to the traditional okir motif of the Maranao people. The incised flora and foliage is a common plant-based design element in okir. The stylized leaf, vine, and pako fern frond motif adorning this brass pot would be a good example.Intricate brassware and hardwood carvings with okir designs are a part of the pre-Islamic folk art tradition of the craftsmen inhabiting the shores of Lake Lanao.
Decorated hardwood objects with similar designs from the artistic Maranaos include the baul, the dabakan drum, the kudyapi, and even the traditional torrogan house. Brasswares include betel nut containers, the agung, the kulintang ensemble, and rare brass teapots.
In olden times, vessels such as these called kendi were ritual objects holding oil or water, to be used for drinking or ritualistic pouring or ablutions. These were seen in in and around Southeast Asian countries with Hindu-Buddhist influences like India, China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.Kendi, or the kettles of these cultures had bulbous bodies and long necks. The shape is a strange mix of kettle and teapot and jug. Many of these artifacts were made from earthenware and ceramics as well as metal such as copper and brass. There is a similar artifact in the collection of the ethnohistory museum across the river, the Museo de Oro.
Nowadays, the ritualistic vessels are more of a collector’s item in museums or souvenir items in the tourism industry. Simpler designs in coarser material serve a more utilitarian purpose in the daily lives of the Southeast Asian cultures of today.
http://rooneyarchive.net/articl
…/kendi/kendi_album/kendi.htm
https://www.researchgate.net/
…/298721132_Utilitarian_Analys…
Arte+Factual brings you artifacts from the La Castilla Museum and the stories they tell, Wednesdays at 3pm.

ARTE+FACTUALThe design elements in this elaborate brassware artifact points to the traditional okir motif of the Maranao people

ARTE+FACTUAL

The design elements in this elaborate brassware artifact points to the traditional okir motif of the Maranao people. The incised flora and foliage is a common plant-based design element in okir. The stylized leaf, vine, and pako fern frond motif adorning this brass pot would be a good example.

Intricate brassware and hardwood carvings with okir designs are a part of the pre-Islamic folk art tradition of the craftsmen inhabiting the shores of Lake Lanao.
Decorated hardwood objects with similar designs from the artistic Maranaos include the baul, the dabakan drum, the kudyapi, and even the traditional torrogan house. Brasswares include betel nut containers, the agung, the kulintang ensemble, and rare brass teapots.
In olden times, vessels such as these called kendi were ritual objects holding oil or water, to be used for drinking or ritualistic pouring or ablutions. These were seen in in and around Southeast Asian countries with Hindu-Buddhist influences like India, China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Kendi, or the kettles of these cultures had bulbous bodies and long necks. The shape is a strange mix of kettle and teapot and jug. Many of these artifacts were made from earthenware and ceramics as well as metal such as copper and brass. There is a similar artifact in the collection of the ethnohistory museum across the river, the Museo de Oro.
Nowadays, the ritualistic vessels are more of a collector’s item in museums or souvenir items in the tourism industry. Simpler designs in coarser material serve a more utilitarian purpose in the daily lives of the Southeast Asian cultures of today.
rooneyarchive.net/articl
…/kendi/kendi_album/kendi.htm
www.researchgate.net/
…/298721132_Utilitarian_Analys…
Arte+Factual brings you artifacts from the La Castilla Museum and the stories they tell, Wednesdays at 3pm.The design elements in this elaborate brassware artifact points to the traditional okir motif of the Maranao people. The incised flora and foliage is a common plant-based design element in okir. The stylized leaf, vine, and pako fern frond motif adorning this brass pot would be a good example.

Intricate brassware and hardwood carvings with okir designs are a part of the pre-Islamic folk art tradition of the craftsmen inhabiting the shores of Lake Lanao.

Decorated hardwood objects with similar designs from the artistic Maranaos include the baul, the dabakan drum, the kudyapi, and even the traditional torrogan house. Brasswares include betel nut containers, the agung, the kulintang ensemble, and rare brass teapots.

In olden times, vessels such as these called kendi were ritual objects holding oil or water, to be used for drinking or ritualistic pouring or ablutions. These were seen in and around Southeast Asian countries with Hindu-Buddhist influences like India, China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Kendi, or the kettles of these cultures had bulbous bodies and long necks. The shape is a strange mix of kettle and teapot and jug. Many of these artifacts were made from earthenware and ceramics as well as metal such as copper and brass. There is a similar artifact in the collection of the ethnohistory museum across the river, the Museo de Oro.

Nowadays the ritualistic vessels are more of a collector’s treasure in museums or souvenir items in the tourism industry, whereas simpler designs in coarser material serve a more utilitarian purpose in the daily lives of the Southeast Asian cultures of today.

rooneyarchive.net/articles/kendi/kendi_album/kendi.htm
www.researchgate.net/publication/298721132_Utilitarian_Analysis_of_the_Maranao_Archaic_Artifacts_...

Arte+Factual brings you artifacts from the La Castilla Museum and the stories they tell, Wednesdays at 3pm
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ARTE+FACTUALThe design elements in this elaborate brassware artifact points to the traditional okir motif of the Maranao people. The incised flora and foliage is a common plant-based design element in okir. The stylized leaf, vine, and pako fern frond motif adorning this brass pot would be a good example.Intricate brassware and hardwood carvings with okir designs are a part of the pre-Islamic folk art tradition of the craftsmen inhabiting the shores of Lake Lanao.
Decorated hardwood objects with similar designs from the artistic Maranaos include the baul, the dabakan drum, the kudyapi, and even the traditional torrogan house. Brasswares include betel nut containers, the agung, the kulintang ensemble, and rare brass teapots.
In olden times, vessels such as these called kendi were ritual objects holding oil or water, to be used for drinking or ritualistic pouring or ablutions. These were seen in in and around Southeast Asian countries with Hindu-Buddhist influences like India, China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.Kendi, or the kettles of these cultures had bulbous bodies and long necks. The shape is a strange mix of kettle and teapot and jug. Many of these artifacts were made from earthenware and ceramics as well as metal such as copper and brass. There is a similar artifact in the collection of the ethnohistory museum across the river, the Museo de Oro.
Nowadays, the ritualistic vessels are more of a collector’s item in museums or souvenir items in the tourism industry. Simpler designs in coarser material serve a more utilitarian purpose in the daily lives of the Southeast Asian cultures of today.
http://rooneyarchive.net/articl
…/kendi/kendi_album/kendi.htm
https://www.researchgate.net/
…/298721132_Utilitarian_Analys…
Arte+Factual brings you artifacts from the La Castilla Museum and the stories they tell, Wednesdays at 3pm.

Source: Liceo de Cagayan University- Official FB

Published on 6:51 am

FLEX@Liceo U starts today, August 11, 2020.Still not enrolled? Dont worry, enrollment is still ongoing.Be a Licean! Check out our Online and On-site Enrollment QUICK LINKS:1. Pre-school, Grades 1-10, incoming Grade 11 and College Freshmen: https://bit.ly/2ZOxp7s2. Grade 12 (Main Campus and RNP Campus): https://bit.ly/2ZfIwV6Grade 12 (Paseo del Rio Campus): https://bit.ly/2VoVyyn3. Continuing Liceans (old college students): https://bit.ly/3enEQH14. Graduate Studies: https://bit.ly/2ZLIiFw5. DIRECTORY: https://bit.ly/2AVscR3or https://liceo.edu.ph/#/about#directory6. UNIVERSITY SCHEDULE: https://bit.ly/2zcijO4(Classes start on August 11, 2020)7. FLEXIBLE LEARNING FEATURES: https://bit.ly/2Yisj2bWe want to make sure everyone is ready for FLEx@LiceoU.Have you received your confirmation emails?Please fill out this google form to let us know. https://forms.gle/GBwAny5AP9GCFk926For more questions, please send us a private message or email us contact your respective departments (https://bit.ly/2AVscR3).

[email protected] U starts today, August 11, 2020

[email protected] U starts today, August 11, 2020.

Still not enrolled? Don't worry, enrollment is still ongoing.

Be a Licean! Check out our Online and On-site Enrollment QUICK LINKS:

1. Pre-school, Grades 1-10, incoming Grade 11 and College Freshmen: bit.ly/2ZOxp7s

2. Grade 12 (Main Campus and RNP Campus): bit.ly/2ZfIwV6

Grade 12 (Paseo del Rio Campus): bit.ly/2VoVyyn

3. Continuing Liceans (old college students): bit.ly/3enEQH1

4. Graduate Studies: bit.ly/2ZLIiFw

5. DIRECTORY: bit.ly/2AVscR3

or liceo.edu.ph/#/about#directory

6. UNIVERSITY SCHEDULE: bit.ly/2zcijO4

(Classes start on August 11, 2020)

7. FLEXIBLE LEARNING FEATURES: bit.ly/2Yisj2b

We want to make sure everyone is ready for [email protected]

Have you received your confirmation emails?

Please fill out this google form to let us know. forms.gle/GBwAny5AP9GCFk926

For more questions, please send us a private message or email us contact your respective departments (bit.ly/2AVscR3).
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FLEX@Liceo U starts today, August 11, 2020.Still not enrolled? Dont worry, enrollment is still ongoing.Be a Licean! Check out our Online and On-site Enrollment QUICK LINKS:1. Pre-school, Grades 1-10, incoming Grade 11 and College Freshmen: https://bit.ly/2ZOxp7s2. Grade 12 (Main Campus and RNP Campus): https://bit.ly/2ZfIwV6Grade 12 (Paseo del Rio Campus): https://bit.ly/2VoVyyn3. Continuing Liceans (old college students): https://bit.ly/3enEQH14. Graduate Studies: https://bit.ly/2ZLIiFw5. DIRECTORY: https://bit.ly/2AVscR3or https://liceo.edu.ph/#/about#directory6. UNIVERSITY SCHEDULE: https://bit.ly/2zcijO4(Classes start on August 11, 2020)7. FLEXIBLE LEARNING FEATURES: https://bit.ly/2Yisj2bWe want to make sure everyone is ready for FLEx@LiceoU.Have you received your confirmation emails?Please fill out this google form to let us know. https://forms.gle/GBwAny5AP9GCFk926For more questions, please send us a private message or email us contact your respective departments (https://bit.ly/2AVscR3).

Source: Liceo de Cagayan University- Official FB

 

Comment on Facebook

still no email received.

Still didn't receive any Liceo Mail but I already have a section

still no email received.

Still no email received.

I didn't receive any mail po😭

I didn't recieve any Mail.

I don't understand why students still have to pay for miscellaneous fees kahit nakaonline classes sila. Can you please show me the breakdown for miscellaneous fees? kahit pm lang. Kaluoy sa mga wala scholarship.

Tau na sa liceo mga friends becux liceo is friendly skol

@rosemilette

Hello wala pa juy nadawat Para sa Virtual Orientation kuman na adlaw... 😢

Frezel Saberon

Aljun Uram

hello po, mag ask lang ko kung face to face ba ang klasi sa liceo?

Janice Ratunil Curato

Naa pa tay chance Lars, Lhara Joy Bibar Sab

.

Daphne Angeline Bilbao

Daniee Luceño Puerin

Rosemilette Agbon

Still no email

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Published on 5:19 am

Today, we also remember the 110th Birth Anniversary of Sra. Doña Elsa Pelaez de Pelaez, co-foundress of Liceo de Cagayan University.

Today, we also remember the 110th Birth Anniversary of Sra

Today, we also remember the 110th Birth Anniversary of Sra. Doña Elsa Pelaez de Pelaez, co-foundress of Liceo de Cagayan University. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, we also remember the 110th Birth Anniversary of Sra. Doña Elsa Pelaez de Pelaez, co-foundress of Liceo de Cagayan University.Image attachment

Source: Liceo de Cagayan University- Official FB

 

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PLEASE TEXT US,CONCERNING THE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES.

Published on 12:09 am

1 day left until the Flexible Learning Experience at Liceo U!We want to make sure everyone is ready for FLEx@LiceoU.Have you received your confirmation emails?Please fill out this google form to let us know. https://forms.gle/GBwAny5AP9GCFk926For more questions, please send us a private message or email us contact your respective departments (https://bit.ly/2AVscR3).____________________________________________Be a Licean! Check out our Online and On-site Enrollment QUICK LINKS:1. Pre-school, Grades 1-10, incoming Grade 11 and College Freshmen: https://bit.ly/2ZOxp7s2. Grade 12 (Main Campus and RNP Campus): https://bit.ly/2ZfIwV6Grade 12 (Paseo del Rio Campus): https://bit.ly/2VoVyyn3. Continuing Liceans (old college students): https://bit.ly/3enEQH14. Graduate Studies: https://bit.ly/2ZLIiFw5. DIRECTORY: https://bit.ly/2AVscR3or https://liceo.edu.ph/#/about#directory6. UNIVERSITY SCHEDULE: https://bit.ly/2zcijO4(Classes start on August 11, 2020)7. FLEXIBLE LEARNING FEATURES: https://bit.ly/2Yisj2b

1 day left until the Flexible Learning Experience at Liceo U

1 day left until the Flexible Learning Experience at Liceo U!

We want to make sure everyone is ready for [email protected]

Have you received your confirmation emails?

Please fill out this google form to let us know. forms.gle/GBwAny5AP9GCFk926

For more questions, please send us a private message or email us contact your respective departments (bit.ly/2AVscR3).

____________________________________________

Be a Licean! Check out our Online and On-site Enrollment QUICK LINKS:

1. Pre-school, Grades 1-10, incoming Grade 11 and College Freshmen: bit.ly/2ZOxp7s

2. Grade 12 (Main Campus and RNP Campus): bit.ly/2ZfIwV6

Grade 12 (Paseo del Rio Campus): bit.ly/2VoVyyn

3. Continuing Liceans (old college students): bit.ly/3enEQH1

4. Graduate Studies: bit.ly/2ZLIiFw

5. DIRECTORY: bit.ly/2AVscR3

or liceo.edu.ph/#/about#directory

6. UNIVERSITY SCHEDULE: bit.ly/2zcijO4

(Classes start on August 11, 2020)

7. FLEXIBLE LEARNING FEATURES: bit.ly/2Yisj2b
... See MoreSee Less

1 day left until the Flexible Learning Experience at Liceo U!We want to make sure everyone is ready for FLEx@LiceoU.Have you received your confirmation emails?Please fill out this google form to let us know. https://forms.gle/GBwAny5AP9GCFk926For more questions, please send us a private message or email us contact your respective departments (https://bit.ly/2AVscR3).____________________________________________Be a Licean! Check out our Online and On-site Enrollment QUICK LINKS:1. Pre-school, Grades 1-10, incoming Grade 11 and College Freshmen: https://bit.ly/2ZOxp7s2. Grade 12 (Main Campus and RNP Campus): https://bit.ly/2ZfIwV6Grade 12 (Paseo del Rio Campus): https://bit.ly/2VoVyyn3. Continuing Liceans (old college students): https://bit.ly/3enEQH14. Graduate Studies: https://bit.ly/2ZLIiFw5. DIRECTORY: https://bit.ly/2AVscR3or https://liceo.edu.ph/#/about#directory6. UNIVERSITY SCHEDULE: https://bit.ly/2zcijO4(Classes start on August 11, 2020)7. FLEXIBLE LEARNING FEATURES: https://bit.ly/2Yisj2b

Source: Liceo de Cagayan University- Official FB

 

Comment on Facebook

Good eve ma'am I haven't received any confirmation or email from the school or even the section I belong I hope for the update to come soon

Maam/Sir Still haven't received any email yet

heya please do send emails and reply my girlfriend she is really pissed off and worried even when i tell her to calm down she does not the only way she can calm down now is your respond so plz do reply her asap she is really an angry bird

Good day! Tomorrow will be the start of classes and I still haven’t received any email for my scheds and guide. I hope you could sent it today! Thank you.

Good afternoon Maam/Sir i did not recieve any confirmation or email from the school i hope you can send it today!im incoming grade 7 thank you!!!

Good day Ma'am/Sir! I still haven't received any email for my schedule /guide.

Goodeve Ma'am/Sir, I already filled up all the required form but I still haven't received any email for my section and sched, Hope you take action for this, thankyou❤️

Good morning Maam/sir i did not recieve any confirmation or email hoping for update soon.

Good day ma'am/sir, I haven't received any email yet. Please advice.

my daughtwr is a transferee. we received the email unfortunately she was enrolled on a different curriculum.pls take action

Still didnt received any updates about my class guides/schedule and class is starting i dont know what to do

I tried to call LICEO U MAIN CAMPUS but no one is answering, I hope we can still catch up to those students who have received their EMAILS already 😢 Please help us!

I still haven't receive any email about my class sched. I'm incoming grade 12 .

Still waiting for the Email. I hope you could fix this problem. Upcoming Freshmen po

Didn't receive any updates and emails huhu, tourism management anuna po huhu

hii, waley pa po ako update what time ang live tom, for announcement of policies & reminders po. And ano po yung mga need iready before to start online class. I hope u can update me as soon as possible

No email and schedule. Please update us. Thank you!

My son didnt received any email from you, he is incoming grade12 student,Humms

Still no email yet, I already filled up the form given last Friday but still didn't receive any email. Please follow up thank you.

I still haven't received any sort of email from your school.

is there nyone here, na incoming 1styr college in BS Nursing? Kindly reply to this comment ty!!

I still haven't received a guide for this school year. College student here

Good morning . I haven' t rrceived any emails.

I still didn't received my class schedule

Am I the only one who didn't receive any email yet? Upcoming grade 11 student, bruh.

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