The University of the Assumption (UA) is an Archdiocesan Catholic University established in 1963 by Archbishop Emilio Cinense, D.D. to provide quality education to the young people of Pampanga and nearby provinces.

Dedicated to the formation of globally competent, morally upright and socially responsible Catholic leaders, UA provides its students with excellent academic formation infused with Christian values and enhanced by community service.

At UA, the greatest minds come together to address the world’s most pertinent challenges. Explore academic departments, interdisciplinary research units and academic resources to help your student.


University of the AssumptionUnisite SubdivisionDel PilarCity of San FernandoPampanga

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Life at UA blends research and reflection, the scientific with the artistic, and the scholarly with the athletic. Our students come from different places and backgrounds, but together they create a diverse and kinetic community that seeks to create a better world.

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January 16, 2018

UA Hosts Conference on Church of the Poor


Professor Dires Vanysacker of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) will give a conference on “Pope Francis and the Church of the Poor” on January 23, 2018 in the University of the Assumption. Professor Vanysacker teaches in...

December 13, 2017

UA Recognizes New CPAs

College of Accountancy

The new Certified Public Accountants who passed the October 2017 licensure examination were treated for a testimonial and recognition luncheon at the Domus Mariae Coffee Shop, December 1, 2017. Dean Sisinia Quizon of the College of...

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