The student teacher ratio on campus is 10:1, the lowest among the major universities in the Philippines.
The actual table where the Tydings-Mcduffie Act was signed is situated at Hans Seidel Hall on campus. The Tydings-Mcduffie Act provided for the country’s official independence from the United States in 1934.
The centerpiece sculpture found at the pond of the main campus’ Administration and Library Building was made by Virginia Ty-Navarro, primarily known for her iconic Our Lady Queen of Peace sculpture at the EDSA Shrine.
UA&P’s sports varsities and the prevailing student populace are known as Dragons, led by its inimitable mascot UAPPY.
Dr. Bernardo Villegas and Dr. Jesus Estanislao were highly touted, Harvard-trained economists when they established the think tank Center for Research and Communication (CRC) in 1967. CRC was incorporated into the University of Asia and the Pacific in 1995.
1 out of every 5 students in each incoming freshman batch at UA&P are on some form of scholarship or financial aid program.
UA&P is located in Ortigas Center, Pasig, one of the biggest financial and commercial districts of the country. The immediate area is home to the Philippine Stock Exchange and the Asian Development Bank among others.
The campus is less than ten minutes away from the burgeoning foodie hub at the nearby Kapitolyo area – a quiet neighborhood that has emerged as a “hidden gem” gastronomic haven in recent years.
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