In support of its mission to provide quality Lasallian education, De La Salle Araneta University voluntarily submits itself to accreditation by reputable agencies, and continually strives to abide by the standards of the various organizations with which it has established close affiliations with.
De La Salle Araneta University’s commitment to providing quality Lasallian education is perhaps surpassed only by its desire to engage in constant improvement and innovation of its support services, operational processes, and physical facilities. To this end, the university enlists the guidance of accrediting agencies so that it is able to objectively evaluate and efficiently undertake mechanisms to improve its overall educational quality.
De La Salle Araneta University maintains memberships with a number of well-respected associations and organizations—many of which are instrumental in providing its students with a balanced education—one that is holistic, transformative, and relevant.
De La Salle Philippines is a network of Lasallians within the Lasallian East Asia District established to facilitate collaboration in the Lasallian Mission and the promotion of the spirit of faith, zeal for service and communion in mission that together, are at the heart of the journey of our Founder, John Baptist de La Salle.
The Philippine Veterinary Medical Association celebrates one century of its existence from 1907 to 2007. The PVMA is one of the oldest professional health related group in the country second to the Philippine Island Medical Association founded in 1903 which in 1939 became the Philippine Medical Association. However, the PVMA retained the same name it had at the time it was founded.
We are an organization from and for the people of ASEAN. We exist because of one vision: to build a cohesive and prosperous ASEAN community. Its mission is to commit to promoting ASEAN awareness through people-to-people interaction and collaboration with ASEAN stakeholders to help ASEAN build a caring, cohesive, equitable and peaceful ASEAN Community.
The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) is the national association of Catholic Educational Institutions in the Philippines founded in 1941. It now has more than 1,484 member-schools and more than 120 superintendents of Catholic Schools.
The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities envisages nation-building through transformative private education in a deregulated environment for the global Filipino.
Promotes and supports fundamental or basic research for the continuing total improvement of the research capability of individual scientists or group of scientists; provides advice on problems and issues of national interest; promotes scientific and technological culture to all sectors of society; and fosters linkages with local and international scientific organizations for enhanced cooperation in the development and sharing of information.
The global network of students, faculty. alumni and Brothers of Lasallian Higher Education institutions.
The National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) is an athletic association of colleges and universities in the Philippines. It was established in 2001.
The Center for Educational Measurement (CEM) provides testing services for the evaluation and assessment needs of both private and public sectors of education in the Philippines.
The purpose of the organization is to promote Catholic higher education and to be a support for the local Churches. ASEACCU also aims to contribute to educational dialog on an international level beyond the Southeast and East Asian region.
Established in 1972, the Asian Association of Agricultural Colleges and Universities (AAACU) is a network of agricultural colleges and universities in Asia with the main mission of improving human welfare through agriculture, education, research, and extension.