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Private Colleges in San Pedro, Binan, and in Other Laguna Towns
Monday, March 7, 2011
Here's an alphabetical list of private colleges in San Pedro, Binan and other towns of Laguna, accredited by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Prospective college students residing in Muntinlupa can also choose from among schools in Laguna as Muntinlupa borders San Pedro and is a short distance from Binan and other Laguna towns.


Casa Del Niño College
Fe Medalla St. Pacita Complex 2, San Pedro, Laguna 4023
Telephone: (062) 808-0552 / 869-9881 / 869-9882

Colegio De San Pedro
Phase 1 A, Pacita Complex, San Pedro, Laguna 4023
Telephone: (02) 847-5535 / (02) 529-3905

IETI College of Science and Technology
161 Purok 2 Magsaysay Ave., Brgy. Magsaysay, San Pedro, Laguna 4028
Telephone: (02) 868-1505 / (02) 868-1502

Laguna Northwestern College
#56 Mabini St., San Antonio, San Pedro, Laguna 4023
Telephone: (02) 869-0738

Laguna Science and Technology College
Filipiña Compound, Landayan, San Pedro, Laguna 4023
Telephone: (02) 868-9434 / (02) 520-4890

Saint Francis Institute of Computer Studies
National Highway, San Pedro, Laguna 4023
Telephone: (02) 868-9639

Saint Louis Anne Colleges
Old National Highway, Brgy. Nueva, San Pedro, Laguna 4023
Telephone: (049) 808-4064

San Pedro College of Business Administration
Old National Highway, San Pedro, Laguna 4023
Telephone: (02) 808-2258


AMA Computer College-Biñan
Canlalay, Biñan, Laguna 4024
Telephone: (02) 698-6312

Colegio San Agustin - Biñan
San Francisco Juana Complex I, Biñan, Laguna 4024
Telephone: (02) 478-0167

La Consolacion College-Biñan
Sto. Tomas, Biñan, Laguna 4024
Telephone: (049) 512-7120 / (02) 4294815

Saint Michael's College of Laguna
Platero, Biñan, Laguna 4024
Telephone: (049) 511-9359 / (02) 699-2417


Dominican College of Sta. Rosa Laguna
San Lorenzo South, Balibago, Sta. Rosa City, Laguna 4026
Telephone: (049) 534-4589

Laguna Northwestern College-Corinthian Center
Balibago, Sta. Rosa City, Laguna 4025
Telephone: (049) 837-2862

STI College-Sta. Rosa
Sta. Rosa City, Laguna 4026
Telephone: (02) 420-8080 / (049) 837-2595


Colegio de Sto. Niño de Cabuyao
Sto. Niño St., Poblacion, Cabuyao, Laguna 4025
Telephone: (049) 531-4771

Malayan Colleges
Pulo Diezmo Road, Cabuyao, Laguna 4025
Telephone: (049) 832-4000


Colegio De San Juan De Letran - Calamba
Barrio Bucal, Calamba City, Laguna 4027
Telephone: (049) 545-5453

Calamba Doctors' College
Km 49 National Highway, Parian, Calamba City, Laguna 4027
Telephone: (049) 545-9921

AMA Computer College-Calamba
F.P. Perez Building National Highway Parian, Calamba City, Laguna 4027
Telephone: (049) 545-5415

Don Bosco College - Canlubang
Jose Yulo Sr. Blvd., Canlubang, Calamba City, Laguna 4028
Telephone: (049) 549-1778 / (049) 549-2188

Laguna College of Business and Arts
Burgos Street, Calamba City, Laguna 4027
Telephone: (049) 545-0929

Lyceum of the Philippines-Laguna
Km. 54, Makiling Highway, Calamba City, Laguna 4027
Telephone: (049) 502-0972 to 75

NYK-TDG Maritime Academy
Knowledge Avenue, Carmeltown, Canlubang Laguna 4037
Telephone: (049) 549-0923

Rizal College of Laguna
National Highway Parian, Calamba City, Laguna 4027
Telephone: (049) 545-1180

Saint John Colleges
Chipeco Avenue, Calamba City, Laguna 4027
Telephone: (049) 545-1948 / (049) 545-9080

Saints John and Paul Colleges
National Highway, Halang, Calamba City, Laguna 4007
Telephone: (049) 834-4013

San Sebastian College - Recoletos-Canlubang
Carmeltown Canlubang, Calamba City, Laguna 4027
Telephone: (049) 549-0901 / (049) 549-0902

STI College of Luzon-Calamba Branch
National Highway, Parian, Calamba City, Laguna 4027
Telephone: (049) 545-2945


Colegio de Los Baños
Lopez Avenue, Los Baños, Laguna 4030
Telephone: (049) 536-1977 / (049) 536-4166


San Antonio De Padua College
National Highway, Sta. Clara Sur, Pila, Laguna 4010
Telephone: (049) 559-0079 / (049) 559-0501


ACTS Computer College
P. Guevarra Ave. cor. A. Bonifacio St., Sta. Cruz, Laguna 4009
Telephone: (049) 501-1484 / 810-7291

AMA Computer College-Sta.Cruz
P. Guevarra Avenue, Sta. Cruz, Laguna 4009
Telephone: (049) 808-2974

Laguna Santiago Educational Foundation
Felix Sario Street, Sta. Cruz, Laguna 4009
Telephone: (049) 501-1435 / (049) 810-1431

STI College-Sta. Cruz
Address: 1522 Lord's Grace Bldg. P. Guevara Avenue, Sta. Cruz, Laguna 4009
Telephone: (049) 501-3446

Union College
Address: A. Mabini Street, Sta. Cruz, Laguna 4009
Telephone: (049) 501-1083


Canossa College
Brgy. VI-D, Lakeside Park Subdivision, San Pablo City, Laguna 4000
Telephone: (049) 562-3890

Laguna College
Paseo de Escudero, San Pablo City, Laguna 4000
Telephone: (049) 562-8077 / (049) 562-8078

San Pablo Colleges
Hermanos Belen Street, San Pablo City, Laguna 4000
Telephone: (049) 562-4688

STI Colleges of Luzon-San Pablo Branch
Lopez Jaena St., San Pablo City, Laguna 4000
Telephone: (049) 800-1293

STI Colleges of Luzon-San Pablo Branch
Lopez Jaena St., San Pablo City, Laguna 4000
Telephone: (049) 800-1293


Marcelino Fule Memorial College
Del Pilar Street, Alaminos, Laguna 4001
Telephone: (049) 805-1726


Deaf Evangelistic Alliance Foundation
Brgy. Paowin, Cavinti, Laguna 4013
Telephone: (02) 823-8072


Eastern Laguna Colleges
J. Rizal Street, Paete, Laguna 4016
Telephone: (049) 557-0183

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