UPAAS Nurturing Dreams, Transforming Lives

16th September 2021
The UPAAS Scholarship Programme, a flagship initiative of the society, supports Filipino students with limited financial means to obtain quality education from the University of the Philippines, the country’s premier university.  Scholarship programme recipients are vetted by the UP Office of Scholarships...

2020 UPAA Most Distinguished Alumni Awardees

10th September 2021
The UP Alumni Association (UPAA) announces the recognition of all UP Alumni Health Frontliners throughout the world, whether living or deceased, as the 2020 UPAA Most Distinguished Alumni Awardees.

UPLB Office of Alumni Relations launches its official Alumni magazine

6th September 2021
Padayon is the official alumni magazine of the UPLB Office of Alumni Relations.


The Carillon is the official UP alumni newsletter, published since the1950s. Its publication and distribution are managed by the Office of Alumni Relations, UP System, with the Director as official editor. With the objective of giving UP alumni a continuing communication link with and a sense of connection to the University and fellowalumni, The Carillon contains original news and feature articles,press releases as well as reprints of news articles from the different UP units, the UP Alumni Association, the different UP alumni chapters, and from fellow individual alumni.



UPV College of Management Batch 1992 donates for the Delian Day Care Center

8th September 2021
The UP Visayas College of Management batch 1992 contributed funds for the construction of Delian Day Care Center in Coron, Palawan. Aside from this, they also provided books and other school materials for the children. This project is spearheaded...

How conserving an art practice also conserves nature

7th August 2021
by Pao Vergara With the ubiquity of nature photography and videography, thanks to electronic media, one housewife’s passion is reviving a lost art–while also protecting a bigger future On an overcast morning at the Conrad Manila, World Nature Conservation...

‘1941’: In Cordillera, film is a cultural weapon vs distortion

1st August 2021
National Artist Kidlat Tahimik found himself taking a small part in a locally produced war movie that strives to depict a “genuine Cordillera” when the Japanese Imperial Army invaded the country during World War II.