KALAYAAN COLLEGE CLOSES AFTER 22 YEARS

KALAYAAN COLLEGE CLOSES AFTER 22 YEARS

By Glen S. Ramos

QUEZON City — Kalayaan College today announced its closure due to continuing financial losses brought about by the declining student population and the challenges caused by the current Covid pandemic.

Ma. Olivia Z. Domingo, Kalayaan College President in a statement issued said “with deepest regrets, Kalayaan College shall be signing off after 22 years. (Attached is the letter from the President).

Kalayaan College is a private, four-year college formerly located in Marikina City, and eventually transferred to Manga Road cor. Aurora Blvd, near the LRT Line 2 Betty Go-Belmonte, Quezon City.

It was established in 2000 and is accredited by the Philippine Commission on Higher Education. (ai/mtvn)

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