Coming Home

Alumni groups are continuously making way to gather and be with long-time friends and classmates to reminisce their fond memories and experiences as well as to see and appreciate the University’s current developments.


FEU High School Batch 1989


Last March 30, 2019, the FEU High School batch 1989 invited Alumni Relations Office in the celebration of their 30th Anniversary at the Madison 101 Hotel and Tower. The homecoming, also a fundraising activity, was attended by 105 participants led by their association President Cesar “Jing” Ramos who shared that the occasion was filled with great memories. Proceeds from the said event were used for their outreach programs like helping orphan children and providing assistance to their sick batch mates.


BSN class  of 1994 and Integrated Laboratory School batch 1979

The following month, BS Nursing class of 1994 and Integrated Laboratory School batch 1979 visited the campus. They were assisted and toured by FEU Guides last April 27, 2019.


Besides the usual guided-tour around the campus, BS Nursing class of 1994 also visited their home institute to meet with their dean and view the much talk about VINES (Virtual Integrated Nursing Education Simulation) Laboratory. 

FEU Integrated laboratory school 1979 visited their Alma Mater as one of the reunion activities. The group consists of alumni from Canada, USA, and Singapore who fondly shared their memories of FEU. 


FEU Elementary School Batch 1972


“If you truly love something, you will come back to it.” And coming on a Sunday is no exception for the FEU Elementary School batch 1972 who included a visit to the campus in their reunion itinerary. The batch made use of their time to go to their ‘tambayans’ back then and shared stories about their experiences during their student life.


True Blooded Tamaraw toured the Campus


Alumni Relations Office also horded a few campus tours for individual alumni who wanted to visit the campus. One of them was Mr. Joven Antolin, a loyal alumnus who finished his primary, secondary, and tertiary education at FEU and visited the school last April 11, 2019.

He was accompanied by a group of teenagers his family is supporting. According to Mr. Antolin, he would like these young adults to aspire big and study at FEU in the future.




FEUNAF USA President Visited the Campus

Mr. Rene Laceste, BS Nursing batch 1990, and current President of FEU Nursing Alumni Foundation (FEUNAF), Inc. – USA, visited and toured the campus to reminisce his life as a student. He also expressed his interest in helping the University as a way of giving back to their beloved Alma Mater.



ALUMNI SPEAKERS BUREAU: Mr. Sonny Miguel Tan and Ms. Christine Ching–Renton



The Alumni Relations Office (ARO) serves as a link for FEU graduates to their Alma Mater. Through its programs and services, the FEU alumni have different avenues to come and give back to the University. One way of giving back is through ARO’s services Alumni Speakers Bureau (ASB) wherein FEU invites alumni to become lecturers or resource persons on seminars, learning sessions, and conferences. And through this program, FEU alumni serve as an inspiration and model to FEU Students and Community.

Mr. Sonny Miguel Tan, the head of Strategy of Grey Group and an AB Mass Communication graduate batch 2006, was invited last April 12, 2019, by Alumni Relations Office in cooperation with the Communication Society to impart his professional experience and knowledge as a media practitioner.  He also shared his fondest memories during his college days at FEU and how his learnings from the university prepared him for his journey into the Corporate World.



Last June 25, 2019, Alumni Relations Office in Partnership with FEU Registrar's Office invited Ms. Christine Ching – Renton, a certified Life Coach and Vice President for Human Resources Division of UCPB Savings Bank, to give a talk on what our graduating students can expect and how can they best prepare for their life after college. She also discussed strategic and operative ways on how to develop oneself and how you could meet your expected goal.