Mabuhay! Welcome!

Introducing the new alumni chapter in the Philippines

The SCU Alumni Association has opened a chapter in the Philippines, home to more than 150 Broncos residing in the country of over 7,000 islands.

At the Beyond Innovation Roadshow in 2017, Manila proved to be a hub for enthusiastic Broncos eager to get an update on goings-on at the Mission Campus, and a chapter was born! This chapter hopes to flourish through social gatherings, creating connections between alumni, and providing a community for incoming first-year students.

Heading the chapter is Angeli King ’15, who was born and raised in the Philippines, double-majored in marketing and communication at SCU, and is now a digital marketing manager for a tech startup. She is one of the many recent alumni in the Philippines; the oldest alumnus in the chapter is Thomas J. Ford ’49, who owns a sugar mill there.

SCU is here on the Pacific Rim of North America, and we’re jazzed to see another Bronco community across the Pacific—along with international chapters in Guam and India.

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