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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.


Congratulations the students who made the Dean’s List and President’s Circle!   Guidelines: Must be enrolled with a full load (as prescribed by the program’s curriculum) General Weighted Average must be 1.26-1.50. (Dean’s List) or 1.00-1.25 (President’s Circle), No DRP, INC, or failing grade. Terms: Certificate of Recognition to be Read More »

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Silong | Posted Sep 21, 2015 | More Spotlights »

Messiah College celebrates with Ms. Darlene Malimas, one of the faculty members of the school, for the success of her movie “Silong” which is now showing in cinemas. The movie was also featured in the Entertainment section of the September 20, 2015 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer. “Silong” closed the 11th Read More »


  1. Jane says:

    I was thinking if I could go back in time: “would I choose another school?” If I did I wouldn’t have the friends I had and I wouldn’t be the Constance I am today. Thank you Messiah College.

  2. 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! :-)

  3. Anthony Leona says:

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

  4. 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!

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

  6. Marian L. Pagaduan says:

    i’m interested in your school for my son…

  7. 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? :)