Our Lady of Fatima University

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Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU)

Pamantasan ng Mahal na Birhen ng Fatima

Universidad de Nuestra Señora de Fátima
Our Lady of Fatima University logo.jpg
Former names
Our Lady of Fatima College
Fatima Medical Science Foundation, Inc.
Motto Veritas et Misericordia
Type Private university Granted Autonomous Status
Established 1967
President Dr. Caroline S. Enriquez
Location Valenzuela City; Quezon City; Antipolo City ; San Fernando, Pampanga ; Nueva Ecija, Philippines
Campus Manila
Colors Green and white         
Nickname Fatimanian, Fatimista, Fatima Phoenix
Affiliations NAASCU; AMSA; HCMI Education; MTIAPI; LIEMG
Website www.fatima.edu.ph
"Rise to the top"

Our Lady of Fatima University, formerly known as Our Lady of Fatima , and also formerly known as Fatima Medical Science Foundation, Incorporated (FMSFI) is a private university in the Philippines. It has five main campuses, one based in Valenzuela City, the others in Quezon City, Antipolo, Rizal.,[1] Pampanga and the newly constructed Nueva Ecija Doctors Colleges Inc. The university concentrates mainly on allied medical sciences. Its name was derived from The National Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima or Pambansang Dambana ng Birhen ng Fatima (in the Tagalog language) near the Valenzuela campus, but is not affiliated with the Catholic Church, and welcomes students of all faiths (as do Catholic universities).[2]

History[edit]

Founded in 1967 by Jose Olivares and his son-in-law, Dr. Vicente M. Santos, the university grew out of Our Lady of Fatima Hospital.[2] The hospital became the primary provider of medical and health care services for Valenzuela. Olivares was an entrepreneur and previously a chemistry professor at Ateneo de Manila University and at the University of the Philippines. Santos rose from humble origins in Hagonoy, Bulacan, graduated from the University of Santo Tomas, became an obstetrician-gynecologist, and delivered over 96,000 babies during his 40 years of service. The college seeks to promote the virtues of "Veritas et Misericordia" (Latin for truth and compassion).[2]

The founders set about improving the facility from a general hospital to a teaching hospital for health care providers such as nurses and midwives. This began in 1973 with the founding of Our Lady of Fatima College of Nursing. Dr. Santos and his wife Juliet Olivares-Santos continued the school's expansion, including the 1979 establishment of Fatima College of Medicine with the Pioneer Batch graduating in 1983. While Fatima still focuses mainly on medical and allied health studies, in the 1990s, the college diversified, starting programs in computer science, maritime education, education, psychology, biology, and business. The college became a university in December 2002, with Vicente Santos as its founding President.[3] Upon his death, his wife, Dr. Juliet O. Santos, became the university's second president.

The next five years further saw an increase in infrastructure development. New buildings were established in Valenzuela City and Quezon City, with nursing virtual laboratories and simulators. This paved the way for Fatima’s College of Nursing to be designated by CHED as a Center of Development in late 2008.[4] Fatima’s expansion continued with another campus being established in 2008 in Antipolo.[1]

Owing to recognitions it has received through voluntary accreditation of its programs within the framework of the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines, the university voluntary subjected itself to CHED’s Institutional Quality Assurance Through Monitoring and Evaluation (IQuAME) in 2008. In 2009, after being evaluated, it was placed in Category A(t) as a mature teaching university.[2]

In recognition of the university accomplishments, the Commission on Higher Education through CEB Resolution No. 076-2009 granted autonomous status to the university for five years from March 11, 2009 to March 30, 2014.”[2]

Campus[edit]

CAS Building, Our Lady of Fatima University- Quezon City

Quezon City Campus[edit]

  • OLFU Athletic Center

During the Guidance Week in the QC Campus, the masterplan for the proposed Athletic Center was made public. The OLFU Athletic Center houses the swimming pool for Physical Education, gym, basketball court for the Fatima Phoenix, and the dance studio for the Fatima pep squad. The Athletic Center will be built along Amor Street in Hilltop Subdivision, meters away from the Mathay Court. The project is due for completion in 2014.

Valenzuela City Campus[edit]

  • OLFU Art Gallery

The Our Lady of Fatima University, Antipolo campus held the opening of the Fatima University Gallery's first art exhibit entitled, Breaking New Ground on February 26, 2012.[5] The exhibit paid homage to the paintings and sculptures of masters and contemporary artists such as Arturo Luz's Borobodur and Carnival Forms, his paintings Homage to Eusebio Sempere and Homage to Eduardo Chillida.[5] The exhibit also displays Federico Aguilar Alcuaz's Manila Abstract (ceramic jar), Seascape, and Untitled (Trees), along with Fernando Amorsolo's piece, Ruins of Manila. (arts)|Realism]].[5] It also displays Jerry Elizalde Navarro works, Abdulmari Imao's Sarimanok and other works of multi-awarded modern and contemporary Filipino artists.[5][5][5]

Pampanga Campus[edit]

The Our Lady of Fatima University –Pampanga is the only non-sectarian private university at the heart of the province’s capital, the City of San Fernando. The Pampanga Campus is established through the efforts of the University Administrators headed by University President Dr. Caroline Marian S. Enriquez, the University Executive Vice President Mr. Don August O. Santos, and the Board of Trustees.

In their earnest will to extend the mission-vision of “Improving Man as Man” to the Kapampangans, they acquired the East Central Colleges (ECC), an educational institution of higher learning on the 12th of April, 2012 located at B. Mendoza St., Sto. Rosario, City of San Fernando, Pampanga.

ECC is a 67-year old educational institution, and began imprinting its legacy of giving affordable and accessible quality education to Pampanga and the nearby regions with only three hundred and twenty-five students. OLFU-Pampanga has its first Administrator in the person of Mrs. Muriel E. Caballero.

Quality education is the benchmark of the University. It is the legacy in which it imprints in every student that enters its portals. Today, Kapampangans do not need to travel far to experience the best education in Metro Manila but is now made closer to them through the Our Lady of Fatima University. Consequently, the Board of Trustees and Administrators developed and improved facilities; that is why, the classrooms, offices and laboratories were re-structured so that the students will experience far-advanced and excellent study areas that would suit the students for quality learning outcomes.

OLFU-Pampanga offers secondary, tertiary education, and vocational courses as well under the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). The tertiary programs of ECC-OLFU are Bachelor of Science (BS) in Accountancy, BS in Business Administration with majors in Marketing Management and Human Resource Development Management, BS in Information Technology, BS in Computer Science, BS in Secondary Education with majors in English, Math, History, Filipino, General Science and BS in Civil Engineering. ECC also has associate courses on Computer Technology, Computer Secretarial, and Bookkeeping, graduate school programs such as Master in Business Administration and Master in Public Administration.

Last September 19, 2012, the university reached a new milestone when it conducted the groundbreaking ceremony of its 4th campus and participated in by the members of the Board of Trustees.

On March 1, 2013 the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) granted the Pampanga Campus permit to offer Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science, Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, and Bachelor of Science in Travel Management. The BS in Medical Laboratory Science and BS in Pharmacy were granted Government Recognition on March 19, 2015. On April 1, 2013, the CHED granted the campus permit to operate Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Bachelor of Science in Criminology. The Bachelor of Science in Psychology was granted government recognition on May 12, 2015.

In June of 2013, the second building, Blessed Lucia Building was constructed to house a growing Fatima community.

The succeeding years have been fruitful for the campus as the CHED granted the permit that authorized the Pampanga Campus to operate the Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy on May 12, 2014, Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science on February 25, 2014. On April 10, 2015, the CHED granted Pampanga Campus the permit to operate First Year and Second Year of the Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology.

On July 7, 2015, the Our Lady of Fatima University Pampanga Campus pioneered the program of Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management in the Philippines that was granted by CHED in virtue of the University’s status as an Autonomous Higher Education Institution and in accordance with the pertinent provisions of RA 7722, otherwise known as the “Higher Education Act of 1994.” Due to this increasing number of students and programs, the second building named after Saint Jacinta, was built.

The University did not stop in offering the best for the Kapampangans but it kept committed on improving its services to its students. The Regional Office III of the Department of Education granted the campus permit to operate for its Junior High School (Grade Seven to Grade Ten) on March 26, 2015 replacing ECC under the name of Our Lady of Fatima University - Pampanga.

Hereafter, the Basic Education Department has become an ESC-FAPE accredited educational institution last March 10, 2015. The students of the Junior High School of the campus grew in number hence it became imperative to build the campus’ third building called the Blessed Francisco Building.

On the 28th of July 2015, the Our Lady of Fatima University – Pampanga already replaced the name ‘East Central Colleges’ by the registration granted by the Security and Exchange Commission in Manila.

Even if the campus is only at its third year of operation, its youth did not deter it to offer quality services that would be at par with the international standard. The International Organization for Standardization, an international institution that develops and sets standards, audited the Campus last September 10, 2015 for quality management setting known as the ISO 9001. Through AJA Registrars, the Pampanga Campus of the University was certified with an ISO 9001:2008 for meeting the internationally standardized quality management system that the organization has set.

In October 2015, the campus offered the Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BSHRM). This is the result of the autonomous Higher Education Institution status of the University that allows it to offer its courses in Pampanga Campus

The University was granted government permit to operate Senior High School program comes School Year 2016-2017 on the 8th of October 2015. The University’s Senior High School will offer the Academic Track with four strands, namely: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), Humanities and the Social Sciences (HumSS), General Academic Strand (GAS), and the Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM). In preparation for the incoming Senior High School students, the University is now constructing its newest building.

Nueva Ecija Doctors' College, Inc. Campus[edit]

Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU) now manages and operates the Nueva Ecija Doctors’ College, Inc. (NEDCI) located in Maharlika Highway, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija effective November 9, 2015.

NEDCI is the fifth campus of Our Lady of Fatima University. Other OLFU campuses are Valenzuela City, Quezon City, Antipolo City, and lastly the Pampanga Campus which was inaugurated in 2013. Students of NEDCI are assured of the same quality of education and services that being provided to students of other OLFU campuses.

NEDCI is currently offering four (4) college programs namely Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Medical Technology, Tourism and Hotel and Restaurant Management. Beginning School Year 2016-2017, it will also accept Senior High School (SHS) students offering the four (4) strands of Academic Track, i.e., Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM); Humanities and Social Sciences (HumSS); and General Academic Strand (GAS), same SHS program offerings as other OLFU campuses.

Accreditation[edit]

Fatima College of Physical Therapy, Fatima College of Pharmacy, Fatima College of Hotel and Restaurant Management, Fatima College of Nursing and Fatima College of Dental Medicine, programs are accredited by the Philippine Association of and Universities-Commission on Accreditation.[6] The Association of Schools, Colleges and University-AAI also accredited Fatima's Graduate School and the College of Arts and Sciences.[7] The Fatima College of Medicine is also accredited by the New York State Education Department and the Illinois State Board of Education.[8] The College of Maritime Education is ISO Certified ISO 9001:2000 and is included in the Commission on Higher Education's "white list" as a qualified provider of maritime education. The College of Medicine is accredited by Association of the Philippine Medical Colleges.[9][10] It was also listed in the World Health Organization Geneva Recognized Medical Schools.[10] It is accredited furthermore by the Illinois State Board of Education and New York State Board of Education and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to administer Title IV Program.[10]

Accomplishments[edit]

The first graduate class of 1976 garnered a 100% passing average in the Nursing Board examinations.[11] Less than a year after becoming a university, the Commission on Higher Education, recognizing the “enormous contribution of the Our Lady of Fatima University in the growth and prominence of tertiary education in the country and the Asia-Pacific and its commitment through quality education, research and extension work” granted deregulated status to the university through CHED Resolution No. 393-2003 dated October 27, 2003.[12]

The College of Nursing of OLFU is acknowledged by the CHED as having a strong undergraduate program and its possession of the ability to develop its faculty and research center.[12] An institution cited as a Center of Excellence, on the other hand, is a unit within any higher education institution (HEI) with a strong graduate program and an undergraduate program that meets the international standards of academic quality and excellence.[12]

In 2010, Dean Arturo de Leon, the Dean of College of Dentistry, was elected as the President of the Philippine Dental Association (PDA) and the South East Asia Association of Dental Educators (SEAADE). Dean De Leon was the first independent candidate to run and be elected as President of PDA and the youngest President of SEAADE.[13]

It is the first and only Philippine medical school to have an institutional clerkship program with a foreign hospital. The university has sent over 100 medical students for clerkship training at the Brooklyn Medical Center and Peninsula Hospital in New York City and the Jackson Park Hospital in Chicago.[10] Fatima has graduated more than 30,000 medical and allied medical health practitioners from all disciplines.[10] During the 2011 Physician Licensure Examinations, the university dominated half of the list of top ten board passers.[14]

On July 2011, College of Pharmacy showed exemplary results at the June 2011 licensure examinations as forty students passed the exam and received an over-all passing rate of 89%.[15] The College of Computer Studies (CCS) under the deanship of Dr. Raymond S. Macatangga was also recognized making OLFU the first university in the Philippines to be recognized as a Novell Academic Training Partner (NATP).[16]

The university also garnered four Diamond, 1st Place awards and a Special Citation award for Dean Jose Jurel M. Nuevo, in the Asian Conference for Academic Journals and Higher Education Research and Asian Conference for Research Journalism held at the Pryce Plaze Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City in August 2011.[17][18] Way back 2010, the university representatives also won Best International Oral Research Presentation Award for the paper entitled "The Art and Science of Task Delegation in Critical Care: The Common Praxis among Junior and Senior Filipino Nurses" at the Diamond Hotel.[19] OLFU has also won research awards including the International Environment Research Award at the International Conference for Higher Education Research on May 2010 and International Environment Research Award during the International Conference for Higher Education Research held in Vigan City.[20]

Others[edit]

  • 7 first places in Medicine (2002–2007)
  • 38 Nursing Topnotchers for the last five years
  • Top Performing School for Dentistry
  • Top Performing School for Pharmacy
  • 100% Passing Average for Physical Therapy
  • 100% Passing Average for Medical Technology 2007-2008
  • 100% Passing Average for Maritime 2004-2008
  • Champion: Clash of the Fair Idols 2010 - College of Hospitality and Management

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Colleges[edit]

  • College of Medicine (Valenzuela only)
    • Doctor of Medicine
  • College of Dentistry (Valenzuela and Quezon City only)[22]
    • Bachelor of Science in Dentistry
    • Preparatory Dentistry (2-year program)[23]
  • College of Business and Accountancy[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
    • Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major In Marketing Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major In Business Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major In Banking and Finance
    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major In Entreprenuership
    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major In Supply and Chain Management
  • College of Arts and Sciences[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Biology
    • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
    • Bachelor of Science in Zoology
    • Bachelor of Arts in English Language
    • Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts ( Pampanga only)
    • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science ( Pampanga only)
  • College of Computer Studies[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
    • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Entertainment & Multimedia Computing
    • Associate In Computer Science (2-year program) [23]
    • Computer Hardware Servicing NC II (TESDA program) (Valenzuela only)[25]
    • Programming NC II (TESDA program)[25] AA
  • College of Criminal Justice[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Criminology (Valenzuela, Pampanga and Quezon City only)
  • College of Education[24]
    • Bachelor in Secondary Education Major In English
    • Bachelor in Secondary Education Major In Filipino
    • Bachelor in Secondary Education Major In General Science
    • Bachelor in Elementary Education Major In Early Education
    • Bachelor in Elementary Education Major In Special Education
  • College of Hospitality and Institutional Management[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics
    • Bachelor of Science in Travel Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management
    • Hotel & Restaurant Services (2-year program)[23]
    • Bartending NC II (286 Hours)(TESDA program)[25]
    • Commercial Cooking NC II (436 Hours)(TESDA program) [25]
    • Food & Beverage Services NC II (336 Hours)(TESDA program) [25]
    • Front Office Services NC II (436 Hours)(TESDA program)[25]
    • Housekeeping NC II (436 Hours)(TESDA program)[25]
    • Baking And Pastry Arts NC II (TESDA program)[25]
    • Tour Guiding Services NC II (TESDA program)[25]
    • Travel Services NC II (TESDA program)[25]
  • College of Engineering[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • College of Nursing[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Bachelor of Science in Midwifery
    • Midwifery (2-year program) (Valenzuela only) [23]
    • Caregiver Course NC II (TESDA program) (Valenzuela only)[25]
    • Health Care Services NC II (TESDA program) (Valenzuela only)[25]
    • Medical Transcription NC II (TESDA program) (Valenzuela and Quezon City only)[25]

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  • College of Physical Therapy[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy
    • Bachelor of Science in Occupational

Therapy

    • Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy (Valenzuela only)[23]
  • College of Pharmacy[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy
  • College of Medical Laboratory Science[24]
    • Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science
  • College of Maritime Education (Valenzuela only)[24]
    • Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation
    • Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering
    • Seafarer's Ratings Course NC II (TESDA program)[25]
  • Graduate School[26]
    • Master in Business Administration (Thesis and Non-Thesis Tracks)
    • Master in Public Administration
    • Master of Arts In College Teaching
    • Master of Arts In Teaching Major in Biology
    • Master of Arts In Teaching Major in Chemistry
    • Master of Arts In Teaching Major in English
    • Master of Arts In Teaching Major in Filipino
    • Master of Arts In Teaching Major in Mathematics
    • Master of Arts In Education Major In Early Childhood Education
    • Master of Arts In Education Major In Educational Management
    • Master of Arts In Education Major In Guidance and Counseling
    • Master of Arts In Education Major In Special Education
    • Master of Arts In Nursing Major In Clinical Instruction
    • Master of Arts In Nursing Major In Disaster and Emergency Management
    • Master of Arts In Nursing Major In Nursing Administration
    • Master of Arts In Psychology Major In Industrial Psychology
    • Master of Public Health
    • Master in Hospital Administration
    • Master of Information Technology
    • Master of Science In Computer Science
    • Master of Science In Criminal Justice Major in Criminology
    • Master of Science In Hospitality and Institutional Management
    • Master of Science In Travel Management
    • Master of Science In Physical Therapy
    • Master of Science In Medical Laboratory Science
    • Master of Science In Pharmacy
    • Master of Science in Anatomy
    • Master of Science in Physiology
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD BA) in Business Administration
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD PA) in Public Administration
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD EM) Major In Educational Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD ME) Major In Mathematics Education
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD NA) in Nursing Major In Nursing Administration
  • Doctor of Public Health (DPH)
  • Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
  • Doctor of Public Administration (DPA)
  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D) Major In Educational Management
  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D) Major In Curriculum and Instruction

Fatima University Medical Center and Virtual Laboratories[edit]

At the heart of the College of Medicine lies the 'Fatima University Medical Center which is a 150-bed hospital within the university campus.[10] The Center is an institutional partner that serves as a teaching tertiary hospital, equipped to give students hands-on experience and exposure. It is furnished with medical, diagnostic and surgical equipment. It houses a first class emergency room, intensive care unit, with centralized monitors, physical rehabilitation clinic, pulmonary laboratory, ophthalmology clinic and ENT clinic.[10]

Fatima creates a "hands-on classroom" providing students with patient care experience. Equipped with training manikins and simulators, Fatima provides students exposure to medical procedures.[10]

Athletics[edit]

The Fatima Phoenix commonly called Team Fatima are chosen athletes compete in basketball, volleyball, badminton, taekwondo, cheer dancing, track and field, chess, billiards and swimming.[27] These are students who are gifted in sports are representing the University in NAASCU, PRISAA and other competitions.[27] In 2010, in its second foray into the NAASCU competition, Fatima Phoenix finished 4th overall champion in competing in nine sports.[27]

Basketball

  • Accomplishments:
    • Men’s Seniors – 5 Gold Medals (PRISAA 2009)
    • Men’s Juniors - Champion (NAASCU 2010), 2nd Place (NAASCU 2009)
    • Women’s – 5 Gold Medals (PRISAA 2009)

Taekwondo

  • Accomplishments:
    • 3 Gold Medals, 3 Silver Medals, 9 Bronze Medals (NAASCU 2009)
    • 5 Gold Medals, 5 Silver Medals (PRISAA 2009)
    • 3 Gold Medals, 3 Silver Medals (SMART National Gyms & Clubs 2009)

PEP Squad

  • Accomplishments:
    • 4th Runner Up (NAASCU 2009)
    • 1st Runner Up (NAASCU 2011)[28]
    • Champion (NAASCU 2014)

Dance Troupe

  • Accomplishments:
    • Champion (NAASCU 2009)
    • Skechers Street Dance Battle Finalist

Chess

  • Accomplishments:
    • Men’s Division – 4th Place, Gold Medal – Board 1, Silver Medal – Board 3 (NAASCU 2009)
    • Women’s Division – Champion, Gold Medal – Board 1, Silver Medal – Board 3 (NAASCU 2009)
    • 2 Gold Medals, 2 Bronze Medals (PRISAA 2009)

Volleyball

  • Accomplishments:
    • Men’s Division – 5th Place (NAASCU 2009)
    • 6 Silver Medals, 6 Bronze Medals (PRISAA 2009)

Badminton

  • Accomplishments:
    • Women’s Singles - 3rd place (NAASCU 2009)
    • Mixed Doubles - 3rd Place (NAASCU 2009)

Track & Field

  • Accomplishments:
    • 3 Gold Medals, 3 Silver Medals, 1 Bronze Medal (NAASCU 2009)

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References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e OLFU: http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=1&cat=1 Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  3. ^ HCMI: Fatima College into University http://www.hcmieducation.com/FU.php Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  4. ^ Fatima College of Nursing: http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=213&cat=3 retrieved February 6, 2012.
  5. ^ a b c d e f OLFU ART GALLERY OPENS IN ANTIPOLO Our Lady of Fatima University Retrieved February 26, 2012.
  6. ^ PACUCOA Website: Our Lady of Fatima University Accreditations http://www.pacucoa.ph/accredited%20institutions/ncr/ncrolfu.htm Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  7. ^ HCMI Education: http://forprofitcolleges.org/our-lady-of-fatima-university/our-lady-of-fatima-university-accreditation/ retrieved February 6, 2012
  8. ^ OLFu Official Website: http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=210&cat=3 Retrieved February 6, 2012
  9. ^ AFPMCI http://www.apmcf-ph.net/
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h ValueMD: Fatima College of Medicine http://www.valuemd.com/fatima.php Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  11. ^ OLFU History & Accreditations http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=1&cat=1 retrieved February 6, 2012.
  12. ^ a b c Commute Express: OLFU bags CHED Awards http://www.commuterexpress.ph/viewstory.php?id=286&section=tbl_lifestyle&image_date=2009-12-10 retrieved february 6, 2012.
  13. ^ DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY ELECTED AS PRESIDENT OF PHILIPPINE DENTAL ASSOCIATION AND SOUTH EAST ASIA ASSOCIATION OF DENTAL EDUCATORS http://www.fatima.edu.ph/news_details.asp?id=128&mode=1 Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  14. ^ OLFU DOMINATES FEB 2011 PHYSICIAN'S LICENSURE EXAM http://www.fatima.edu.ph/news_details.asp?id=142&mode=1 Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  15. ^ COLLEGE OF PHARMACY SHOWS EXEMPLARY RESULTS IN JULY 2011 LICENSURE EXAMS http://www.fatima.edu.ph/news_details.asp?id=148&mode=1 Retrieved February 6, 2012
  16. ^ COLLEGE OF COMPUTER STUDIES: FIRST NOVELL ACADEMIC TRAINING PARTNER IN THE PHILIPPINES http://www.fatima.edu.ph/news_details.asp?id=152&mode=1 Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  17. ^ OLFU RESEARCH CENTER GARNERS FIRST PLACE AWARDS IN ASIAN CONFERENCES http://www.fatima.edu.ph/news_details.asp?id=149&mode=1 Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  18. ^ Business Weel: Mindanao http://www.businessweekmindanao.com/2011/08/15/research-insights-2/ Retrieved February 6, 2012
  19. ^ OLFU'S RESEARCH PAPER WINS IN 7TH CONGRESS OF THE WORLD COUNCIL OF CRITICAL CARE NURSES FOUNDATION http://www.fatima.edu.ph/news_details.asp?id=134&mode=1 Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  20. ^ OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER WINS ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AWARDShttp://www.fatima.edu.ph/news_details.asp?id=132&mode=1 Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  21. ^ Our Lady of Fatima University Official Website http://fatima.edu.ph/ Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  22. ^ College of Dentistry http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=205&cat=2 Retrieved February 9, 2012.
  23. ^ a b c d e 2 Year Program: http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=208&cat=2 Retrieved February 9, 2012.
  24. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l 4 year Programs: http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=207&cat=2 Retrieved February 9, 2012.
  25. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n TESDA Programs: http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=209&cat=2 Retrieved February 9, 2012.
  26. ^ Graduate School: http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=206&cat=2 Retrieved February 9, 2012.
  27. ^ a b c FATIMA PHOENIX http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=166&cat=5 Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  28. ^ FATIMA PHOENIX PEP SQUAD RISES Our Lady of Fatima University Official Website. Retrieved March 8, 2012.
  29. ^ The Fatima Phoenix http://www.fatima.edu.ph/content.asp?pid=167&cat=5 Retrieved February 26, 2012.

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