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WORLD COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION FOR THE RESEARCH OF PRINCIPLES, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES LOS BANOS CHAPTER
Socio-Civic Organization, established in 2016.
The World Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles â€“ University of the Philippines Los Baños Chapter is a group of ambitious young people making a difference in our families, schools, nations, and the world by living for the sake of others. It is an international student organization with chapters in 120 countries and a main office in South Korea which envisions itself as an international forerunner of young leaders who transform the world to be one God-centered human family. Its mission is to raise YOUNG LEADERS OF CHARACTER who live for the greater good and build a culture of true love.
The organization's point person is MHEL ANGELO C. POLICARPIO. Only the point person is allowed to edit the organization profile, roster, adviser, and files.
Your organization is temporarily recognized. If you have questions regarding your recognition, consult your point person.
Your organization ID is 311.
MARISON R. DY
Junior Adviser and Associate Professor 7
AYOLANI V. DE LARA
Senior Adviser and Professor 3
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As of Midyear Term 2017, this student organization has 19 members. Non-freshman students may apply to join the student organization.
Like other organizations in the university, there is a process for membership to WCARP UPLB. All recognized student organizations have pledged their compliance to the Republic Act 8049 or the Anti-Hazing Law.
Convergence Area (aka Tambayan)
WCARP UPLB Student Center
The WORLD COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION FOR THE RESEARCH OF PRINCIPLES, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES LOS BANOS CHAPTER or simply WCARP UPLB, a student organization in the University of the Philippines Los Baños with org record ID 311, is temporarily recognized as of Midyear Term 2018.