The Carillon is the official UP alumni newsletter, published since the 1950s. Its publication and distribution are managed by the UP System Office of Alumni Relations 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 fellow alumni, The Carillon contains original feature articles from the different UP units, UP alumni chapters, and from fellow individual alumni. The 2023 issue features “The Four Sculptures in its front cover which can be experience on its “3D” or three-dimensional form using both technological devices, desktop and mobile phones. Stories include the Four Sculptures together with the establishment of the World-Class Home for Mindanao Athletes—Davao City-UP Sports Complex. Through the collective community service efforts, the university continuously progressing with the “The Bedrock that Supports UP Mindanao”— The UP Alumni.



The product of two decades of “struggle” by the UP alumni in the region—UP Mindanao. UP Mindanao is the sixth Constituent University of the University of the Philippines System. Leading in providing affordable quality education, scholarly research, and responsive and relevant extension services to diverse, marginalized and deserving sectors in Mindanao and neighboring regions through its programs in the sciences and the arts, inculcating a passion for excellence, creative thinking, and nationalism in the context of cultural diversity in a global community.

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The physical, fantastical, ideal and transcendent realms. Sculpted by the Mindanawon artist Rey Mujahid 'Kublai' Millan in 2003. The inspiration continuously grows and has expanded creating an inspiring atmosphere for generations. Images of service to the community and ponder the concept of joy in all the beings in the world.


The representation of the Four Sculptures. Featuring the Mindanawon Artists Rey Mujahid 'Kublai' Millan and alumnus of the College of Fine Arts and Ricardo "Ricky" M. De Ungria, a Filipino poet.



The UP Carillon Magazine is the official publication of the Alumni of the University of the Philippines. It provides a direct communication link to our alumni with stories and updates on campus developments, alumni updates, and other relevant information that will galvanize their sense of connection to the University. It has been published as a quarterly newsletter since the 1950s but was discontinued in 2008 due to the financial issues. In 2017, the UP Carillon was re-launched as an annual full-color Alumni Magazine to meet the information needs of our alumni who prefer a hard copy over the online magazine option. About 2,000 units of UP Carillon Magazine are distributed during UP Alumni Homecoming events in the Philippines and abroad. However, with the advent of the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education (RA 10931), which provides for free tuition and other school fees in State Universities and Colleges, the UPS-OAR can no longer collect Alumni Fees to cover the publication costs of the UP Carillon Magazine. In this light, we would like to seek your support for the continued production and publication of UP Carillon Magazine, which inspires our alumni to take an active interest in building a university that is relevant to the changing times.


This section contains previous issues of the UP Carillon Magazine
since its inaugural maiden issue in 2017.

UP Carillon 2022

UP Visayas is probably the only unit of UP whose campuses stretch across two regions -- the Miagao and Iloilo City campuses in Region 6 and the Tacloban campus in Region 8...

UP Carillon 2021

In celebration of UP Baguio's 60th Foundation Anniversary, The Museo Kordilyera is the featured Cover Feature Story for the 2021...

UP Carillon 2020

The new issue has UP Manila the Celebration of Life statue in its front cover which may be viewed in...