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College of Arts and Sciences of Asia and the Pacific

The College of Arts & Sciences of Asia & the Pacific (CASAP) (Filipino: Dalubhasaan ng Sining at Agham ng Asya at Pasipiko) is a private educational institution in the Philippines. It has six separate campuses nationwide. CASAP is recognized by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), and the Department of Education (DepEd).[1]

College of Arts & Sciences of Asia & the Pacific
Dalubhasaan ng Sining at Agham ng Asya at Pasipiko
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Latin: Collegium de Artium et Scientia de Asia et Pacificus
Other name
Colegio de Artes y Ciencias de Asia y el Pacífico
TypePrivate, Co-educational, Nonsectarian
Established2010
PresidentMa. Lourdes C. Fernando (Founder)
Location
Philippines Philippines (Various locations nationwide)
CampusPasig City Metro Manila, Taytay, Rizal, Bacolod City, Rodriguez, Rizal, Marikina City, Quezon City Metro Manila
ColorsBlue, Yellow & Gray               
NicknameCASAPian
MascotGriffin
Websitehttp://www.casap.edu.ph
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CampusesEdit

  • College of Arts & Sciences of Asia & the Pacific – Pasig Campus (Marcos Highway, Santolan, Pasig City, Metro Manila)
  • College of Arts & Sciences of Asia & the Pacific – Taytay Campus (JEM Bldg., Rizal Ave., Taytay, Rizal)
  • College of Arts & Sciences of Asia & the Pacific – Bacolod Campus (Rosario-Gatuslao Sts., Bacolod City)
  • College of Arts & Sciences of Asia & the Pacific – Rodriguez Campus (Brgy. San Jose, Rodriguez, Rizal)
  • College of Arts & Sciences of Asia & the Pacific – Marikina Campus (128 East Drive Cor. Santan St. Brgy. Fortune, Marikina City)
  • College of Arts & Sciences of Asia & the Pacific – Quezon city Campus (#1 Villongco St. Commonwealth Drive, Quezon City)

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