AUPAA National Chapter

Current Officers (2010-2011)

Dr. Abdul Rajagukguk – president


Annual Alumni Luncheon Banquet is on March 22, 2011, Tuesday, from 10 AM to 2 PM at AUP Gymnasium. This is our regular tradition every end of the academic year before the graduation weekend. During the banquet, we will be welcoming our graduating seniors and will be inducting them to the Alumni Association.

For those who live outside of the Philippines, if you are coming home this March, please visit AUP and join us in this special event. We will be glad to have you come and be in touch with your fellow alumni and friends here in the homeland.

For registration, please Lilibeth Casel(AUP Alumni Affairs Director) at or call 049-541-1211 local 317 or my mobile number 0932-948-2689.  Registration fee is only P350.00. Deadline for registration is on March 14.


The following set of officers for Manila Adventist Medical Center (MAMC) alumni sub-chapter was inducted to office last January 10, 2011, during their regular workers devotional meeting. Dr. Gladden O. Flores, AUP President, Mrs. Lilibeth Casel, Director for AUP Office of Alumni Affairs & Philanthropy, and Dr. Abdul Rajagukguk, President for National Alumni Chapter, were the inducting officers during this special ceremony.
The following are MAMC Alumni Sub-Chapter Officers for 2011-2013.

President - Arlene Moncayo-Gayoba
Vice President - Evanette Babista
Secretary - Eugenia Pasco-Caagbay
Associate Secretary - Eunice De La Torre
Treasurer - Jun Apacible
Associate Treasurer - Zeus Mendoza
PRO/Religious -  Ponciano Cudiamat
Associate PRO/Religious - Mark Monreal
PRO/Social -Jemuel Faigao
Associate PRO/Social - Marilyn Pininoy-Mutuc



New Science Building – Pioneers’ Building

Inspired by the enthusiasm of PUCA'79/PUC PIONEERS to support classroom development at AUP during their reunion on July 17, 2010 at Bradbury State, California, Dr. Miriam P. Narbarte, Vice President for Academics proposed a much needed additional Science Building to be named “Pioneers’ Building” to house additional laboratories and classrooms for the College of Arts, Science, and Technology. In attendance to this event were Dr. Reuel Narbarte, HR Director and Dr. Robert Borromeo, VP Finance who were “Silang Pioneers” too.


The Alumni Association, National Chapter, under the leadership of Dr. Abdul Rajagukguk, one of the first seminary students in 1978 encouraged the officers to support this project by providing all the money that the association had in the treasury (amounting to 1.1M pesos). Enough money was raised to start the construction, so in September 17; the ceremonial ground breaking was done. Present during the program was Dr. Nestor Rilloma, Pioneer Association president and currently the president of NLAC, spoke in behalf of the pioneers.


This pioneer building is envisioned to contain 20 rooms to house a much needed additional chemistry laboratories, CAST Dean’s office, and classrooms. It is located parallel to the present science building. The first phase is now being constructed, so far, work is now focused on the installation of GI sheets for the roof.


Silang Pioneers of 1979 exemplify the type of education AUP can provide to young people. Donald & Barbara Van Ornam, administrator and faculty at that time post the following statement in FB: "When we look at AUP today, how it is training so many students, we can only thank God for His leading and blessing. You helped lay a foundation on which students today build. You laid a strong foundation. We love you" (see “PUC Silang Pioneers” in Facebook for an update on the group’s activity).

Update of the Pioneer’s Building Construction:

September 15, 2010 – Ground Breaking