Fast Facts about LSU
De La Salle Brothers
CTE Graduate places 6th in the March 2015 Licensure Examination for Teachers.
College students participate in ZumbANIMO as part of the Nutrition Month culmination.
The Integrated School was declared first runner up in the 2015 Subayan Keg Festival. [more]
LSU featured in DLS - College of St. Benilde's "Lupang Hinirang video. [video here]
The Lasallian Family
Our Core Values
We take our inspiration from our Founder, St. John Baptist de la Salle, a priest who popularized schools for the poor in 17th century France. Prior to the establishment of the schools, there was no way for poor to learn how to read and write. St. La Salle, patron saint of all educators, established the Brothers of the Christians Schools in order to continue the mission of providing a holistic, human and Christian education to the young especially the poor.
We are a member of a world-wide network of institutions dedicated to provide holistic and human education to the young, especially the poor. Together with 15 other schools and universities in the country, we have been at the forefront of Philippine education for the last 100 years. As one Lasallian family, we continue the mission of teaching minds, touching hearts and changing lives. You can be part of our family.
Japan, Hong Kong, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Thailand
Distribution of schools:
Luzon: 10, Visayas: 3, Mindanao: 3,
Lasallian institutions are found in
over 80 countries.
We are an educational institution with a special history. We are who we are today because of the five religious congregations that have nurtured and guided us over the years: the Jesuits, the Recollect Fathers, the Columban Fathers, the Columban Sisters and the De La Salle Brothers.
While the Jesuits established and shepherded the first Christian communities in Northern Mindanao in the 1700s, it was the Recoletos (Recollect Fathers) who started the parish of Immaculate Conception and the small parochial class which many see as the seed of our school in 1879.
The Jesuits return in 1929 and, through the efforts of Fr. Gabriel Font SJ, they formally establish the Immaculate Conception School in 1929. Thirty students were part of the first class.
1940 saw the turnover of the school to the Columban priests (the Missionary Society of Saint Columban). A year after, the Columban sisters were put in charge with Sr. Francis de Sales as the first directress. They start the high school department with 90 students. Their supervision of the school is interrupted by World War II. After the war, the sisters resume their work and they start building up the college with the establishment of the following programs: Liberal Arts, Commerce, Education, Home Economics and Secretarial Studies.
Br. Martin Simpson FSC is asked to be supervisor in 1990. The De La Salle Brothers take over fully in 1994 and the institution's name is changed to Immaculate Conception College - La Salle. The school was renamed La Salle University in 2006 after its application was approved by CHED.
“The spirit of this Institute is, first, a spirit of faith, and secondly, an ardent zeal for the instruction of children.
A true spirit of community shall always be evident and preserved in this Institute.” (Rule of the Brothers of the Christian Schools)
"Let us remember that we are in the
most holy presence of God."
"I will continue o my God to do all
my actions for the love of you."
"Live Jesus in our hearts
Starting this Aug. 3-4, 2015 examination (prelim term), The bill of accounts will no longer be issued to students.
IT should be viewed using the student portal in the LSU website .
there will be a P50 service charge for requests for a printed bill from the accounting office.