UNO-R RAMS SHINE IN SPORTS

UNO-R  RAM athletes brought home golds from NOPSSCEA and the WVPRISAA meets.  The Athletics team (men) brought back the gold from NOPSSCEA and the silver from WVPRISAA. The women athletics team got the gold in the NOPSSCEA and WVPRISAA.  The Basketball Rams got the gold in NOPSSCEA; Philippine Collegiate Champion League (PCCL) Visayas; Augustinian Schools [...] Read More

UNO-R FOOTBALL BOYS ARE NOPSSCEA AND WVPRISAA CHAMPIONS

The UNO-R High School Football Team, after conquering the NOPSSCEA championship in November 2015, advanced to represent NOPSSCEA and claimed another championship in the regionals in Iloilo, February 25.  The NOPSSCEA Football Team composed of UNO-R Football Rams players namely Gyles Lucas Encabo, Alain Argel, Ray Francis Cantos, Raniel Casaig, Luis Clauor, John Terence Cordova, [...] Read More

UNO-R EXECS ATTEND ISO TRAINING

The administrators of the University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos attended an ISO training given by Mr. Jerald Herrera de la Rosa, 29 February 2016 at the UNO-R President’s Hall.  The speaker is a holder of BS Computer Engineering, Master in Information Management; Master of Arts with Extension Administration; and MBM with Organizational Development.  He [...] Read More

UNO-R HOLDS TERTIARY SPORTSFEST

To mark the start of the most awaited College Sportsfest 2016 of the University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, the opening ceremony was held at the University Gymnasium last February 10, 2016 at exactly 8 am. The activity started with the parade of different competing teams representing each college.  Rev. Fr. Eduardo I. Celiz, OAR, University President [...] Read More

2 NEW PRIESTS IN THE COMMUNITY

Rev. Fr. Persiuz Joseph Decena, OAR and Rev. Fr. Ronel Gealon, OAR are the new religious administrators of the university. Fr. Decena is assigned as University Chaplain and Director of the Campus Ministry while Fr. Gealon is assigned as Coordinator for UCDO and READS development program. Fr. Decena will assume the office of Fr. Alberto [...] Read More

UNO-R WELCOMES FR. DECENA

Rev. Fr. Persiuz Joseph Mallari Decena, OAR is the new assigned priest at the university and will be assisting Rev. Fr. Alberto S. Avanzado, OAR as University Chaplain. Father Decena was born on the April 22, 1981 at Lubao, Pampanga. He was the eldest among the three siblings. He received his simple profession on April [...] Read More

DEPED RELEASES SHS LICENSE TO UNO-R

The Department of Education has granted the university license to operate Senior high School program effective school year 2016 -2017. The government permit number is SHS-117 S. 2016 . The permit allows the university to offer the following Senior High School Programs: Academic strand: Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM); [...] Read More

LALANTAWON: ONE-MAN SHOW VISUAL ART EXHIBIT

University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos opened the “Lalantawon: A One-Man Show Exhibit of Mr. Roberto “Bert” Berondo” at the UNO-R Main Lobby last December 9, 2015.  The program started with an invocation led by Rev. Fr. Loreto Dacanay, OAR, UNO-R Property Administrator.   Mr. Berondo shared his life experiences and how art helped him to survive his [...] Read More

“A HEART FOR CHRISTMAS” (INSITUTIONAL CHRISTMAS PARTY)

The university will hold its institutional Christmas party with the theme “a Heart for Christmas” on December 19,  Saturday.   Registration starts at 3:30 while the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass starts at 4 pm at the Oratory.  In a memo from  Fr. Louie Gabinete, OAR,  over-all chairman of the Christmas party 2015, reminds everyone, since [...] Read More

UNO-RIAN BRINGS HOME THE GOLD FROM BRUNEI

College of Education student, Jose Jerry Belibestre joined the 7th ASEAN Schools Games (ASG) in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam, November 16 – 30, 2015.  He got the gold medal in his category.  Meanwhile, another Education student Alexis Soqueño represented the Philippines in the Asian Youth Development Project 2015, November 12 -30  in Doha, Qatar. Read More