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INTENTIONALLY CHRISTIAN
What is Messiah College?

Messiah College is the first Intentionally Christian liberal arts and business college in the Philippines.  We focus on discipling the mind and heart of our students, engaging the culture, and changing the workplace for Christ. “Intentionally Christian” means that all faculty, staff, and students are Christians, and all subjects are taught with a biblical integration. We believe that God is part of every aspect in life, including education. Messiah may be a Christian College, but we are not a Bible School or Seminary. We offer CHED Approved, Gov’t Recognized, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts Programs. Messiah College is located in Metro Manila, near Ortigas Center.

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Last Friday, Feb 6, 2015, Messiah College held it’s raffle draw for the Cross Cultural Exposure Trip. This raffle was a fundraiser for the benefit of the Messiah College Scholarship Fund. The Messiah College scholars are not only needy students, but also sons and daughters of pastors and missionaries. All the proceeds Read More »

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Congratulations the students who made the Dean’s List and President’s Circle Dean’s List: Ana Rose S. Ayaton Joshua A. Agoncillo Jehosheba F. Suarez Andrea Isabella P. Natividad Hazel Joy U. De Ramos Mariann Jemima P. Garcia Abigail P. Sanchez Ruth Michaela G. Caro Wilfred Jacob B. Pendon President’s Circle: Macaire Read More »

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Atty Janet Villa, one of Messiah’s faculty members, was featured on a GNN TV Christmas Special this January 10, 2015. This special tells the adoption story of their daughter Anna. Janet said “…this GNN TV Christmas special about Anna is all about mercy, about the newness of His grace and mercies each day. Read More »

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Congratulations to Jan Angelique Maravilla for passing the Psychometrician Licensure Examination 2014! Jan Angelique graduated Magna Cum Laude from Messiah College in 2011 with a major in Psychology. She is also now teaching Psychology and Political Science part time at Messiah College while studying Law at the University of the Philippines. To Read More »

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  1. Ea Gabot says:

    Wow! I hardly know anyone anymore–and that’s a good thing. MC was a good choice for me in that it definitely helped prepare me for the rigors of law school. Miss them badly. Hope to visit soon!

    PS–good job, Matt! :-)

  2. Anthony Leona says:

    More than a college. It’s Family! :)

  3. This is the best college for those who are willing to grow and mature in their relationship with the Lord even whilst studying. All glory to Him who is able to save!

  4. yey! super saya! i love Messiah College thank you for everything! :D

  5. Marian L. Pagaduan says:

    i’m interested in your school for my son…

  6. Joyce Bargan says:

    Why go to a Christian College? I say why not?! :) A college that is not just concerned in the students’ intellectual capacity but is also interested in shaping up their character. Why would I not grab the opportunity? :)

  7. Hanniel Sales says:

    Never got tired going to this college, why would I? For this is a college established by God