Brief History of St. Anthony College Calapan City, Inc.

St. Anthony College Calapan City, Inc. became a full-fledged college in 2004 and is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission as a private non-sectarian stock corporation. The college is headed by the President/CEO supported Board of Directors. It was granted a permit by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to open initial flagship programs  in Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Information technology which earned distinctions to the performance of graduates in government examinations  (NLE) and work performance of BSIT graduates in their field of employments. The college subsequently offered Bachelor of Secondary Education, Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Financial Management and Marketing, Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management, BS  in Tourism     Management, Diploma in Midwifery, Maritime and TESDA programs.

In the school year 2014-2015, the college started offering Basic and Junior High School Education. Subsequently, in school year 2016-2017 Senior High School was opened with an initial total enrollees of 731 students offering Academic and Technical Vocational Livelihood Tracks.

The college is now ready to cater k to 12 programs in its newly constructed Bayanan 1 campus.


St. Anthony College Calapan City envisions excellence in the field of education in accordance with locally and globally accepted standards.


To produce globally competitive graduates who are holistically developed individuals.


To be recognized as an educational institution providing responsive, global, transformational and outcome-based education contributory to local and national development.

College Location

The host province of St. Anthony College is Oriental Mindoro, the fourth largest province in Southern Tagalog Region which lies about 45 kilometers south of Batangas City and 130 kilometers Southwest of Manila. It has a total land area of 436,472 hectares representing 1.5 percent of the total land area of the country and 9.3 percent of Southern Tagalog region. The province has a city and 14 municipalities  included in Region IV-B MIMAROPA.


The college is specifically located  at Calapan City which was a former capital town of the province. About 70%  or 21,730 hectares of its total land area are planted with major crops such as rice, citrus, corn and  different kinds of fruits. Since its Cityhood the city saw a fast phase of physical and economic development with the proliferation of many commercial establishments such as shopping malls, hotels, fast food restaurants, hospitals and educational institutions The city is comprised of 62 barangays. Among the three biggest barangays are Ilaya, Sto Niño and Camilmil where the main campus building of St. Anthony is located.