By Francis Neil G. Jalando-on
Consistent with its missions and vision – Central Philippine University continues to provide Exemplary Christian Education for Life.
As of the end of the college enrollment on June 26, 2019, CPU has 12,789 students in all levels. This is a 1% increase to that of the last school year. More increase is expected once the enrolment from the College of Law and Graduate School ends on July 6, 2019 and the College of Medicine on August 2, 2019.
So far, there are 7,673 college students, 812 elementary students, 1,600 junior high school students, 2,004 senior high school students, 135 kindergarten students and 565 graduate school students. The total number of students enrolled in the University will be known on August 2, 2019.
During the Faculty and Staff Conference on June 14, 2019, CPU President Dr. Teodoro C. Robles said that CPU is grateful to God because the University has survived the challenges brought about by the K-12 program. This school year, due to the K-12 program of the government, there are no regular 3rd and 4th year college students. It will take another two school years before the colleges will settle back to normal.