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Silliman University

Silliman University was established in 1901 by Dr. Horace B. Silliman and Dr. David S. Hibbard and his wife, Laura. Silliman was granted university status in 1938. Developments on campus were interrupted by two significant events in Philippine history: World War II and Martial Law. However, Silliman braved these historical events and left dents on the pages of Philippine history.

Silliman University is a melting pot of cultures and religions. Of its overall population of more than 9,000 students, over 200 are international students from more than 50 countries in Asia, America, Africa, and Europe. Its affiliation with the United Church of Christ in the Philippines as a protestant university has never hindered the exercise of religious freedom. The majority of Silliman students are Roman Catholics and a good number are Muslims.

The University has been granted institutional accreditation (the highest) by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies in the Philippines, the umbrella organization of accrediting agencies. Like other top universities, Silliman’s academic programs undergo regular evaluation by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities, the Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities-Accrediting Agency, Inc., and the Association of Theological Education in Southeast Asia. It is one of the Philippine universities with the most number of accredited programs. With support from the United Evangelical Mission, it is a Center for Mission Studies in Asia.

Silliman University is headed by

President Betty Cernol McCann.

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