What’s in store for you when you graduate from PCCR?
Why the new PCCR logo?
The new logo is a symbol of PCCR’s new vision and direction. The Philippine Serpent Eagle represents each member of the PCCR family. It is powerful and beautiful. It demands respect. It is about the strength and glory of the institution.
Your learning experience is our priority.
Be a pioneer. But don’t just be the first, be the best. PCCR started it all 67 years ago when it started
the first and only institution in Southeast Asia dedicated to Criminal Justice Science.
Now we’re pioneering once more in new and exciting ways.
The men and women behind your success.
Ms. Genevieve Faraon
“PCCR made sure that education will continue and found ways to reduce the negative impact this pandemic has on learning…”
Dr. Victor Delos Santos
Dean of Criminal Justice
“We have competent faculty members who are not just experts but also have the heart of a parent to guide you in your academic journey…”
Dr. Abelardo Sevilla
Dean of Graduate School
“We are very much willing to assist the students in the enrollment procedures and securing the necessary documents…”
Atty. Sergio Ceniza
Dean of Manila Law College
“We, at MLC, do not subscribe to the idea that only those who are financially well-off can pursue their dream of becoming lawyers…”
Lives We’ve Transformed Through The Years
“Kahit gaano kaliit ang role na meron ka sa pelikula o sa buhay, kailangang ibigay mo ang the best mo”
Hon. John Marvin “Yul Servo” Nieto
Representative, 3rd District, Manila
3-Time City Councilor, 3rd District, Manila
BS Criminology Batch 1998
Popularly known as Yul Servo, is a multi-awarded Filipino actor and politician. Nieto studied BS Criminology to become a policeman and was part of Batch 1998, but was pushed into acting by an uncle. His stage name, “Yul Servo”, was chosen by the late director Maryo J. de los Reyes.
Why is PCCR your second home?
Hannah De LaraBS Criminology
Mary Grace PagurayanBS Criminology
Mel AquinoBS Criminology