Six programs of WU-P, namely the Elementary, High School, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Arts and Sciences and Business Administration, were awarded the Five-Year Level III Re-accreditation Status which commenced on May 2016 until December 2021.
This was after the resurvey visit of the Accrediting Team from the Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities - Accrediting Agency, Inc. (ACSCU-AAI) last February 29 – March 4, 2016,and the result of said re-survey visit was finally released. The awarding was made last May 19, 2016 during the 31st ACSCU-AAI National Assembly held at Lόtel d’ Emily, Tubao, La Union, Philippines, which was hosted by Lorma Colleges. The ceremony was attended by Dr. Estrella C. Buenaventura, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Apolinar M. Alfonso, Quality Assurance Office (QAO) Director and Dr. Wilfredo C. Ramos, Assistant Director of QAO.
For almost seven decades now, Wesleyan University-Philippines has been known for moulding and developing competent graduates and topnotch achievers who become outstanding in their chosen field of endeavour. To strengthen and further the University’s sincerity in recognizing outstanding alumni, the University through the Office for Alumni Affairs created the “Outstanding Wesleyan Alumni Awards Program: Natatanging Wesleyanian.”
The WU-P Women’s Chess Team emerged as Silver Medalists with only a half point behind the Gold Winners Region 6 (Western Visayas) in the recently concluded National Private Schools Athletics Association Championships held at Koranadal City, South Cotabato on April 3-10, 2016. WU-P team composed of Team Captain Crismelyn Marcos (CBA), Roseann Curioso (Educ), Janine Teologo (CBA), Kimberly Dorola (CHTM), Noemi Villaranda (CONAMS), with Dr. Gener Subia as their coach, represented Region 3 in the said event which was held at the Auditorium of Notre Dame University, Koronadal City, Cotabato and was participated by 16 regions with 5 players per region for a total of 80 players.
Almost two hundred (200) students, faculty, staff, and academic heads joined the historic dance revolution One Billion Rising (OBR) in solidarity with women and in celebration of International Women’s Day at Plaza Acacia in Wesleyan University-Philippines on March 8, 2016.
One Billion Rising is the biggest mass action to end violence against women in human history. The campaign was started by Eve Ensler and was launched in different countries around the world. It served as a call to action based on the staggering statistics that there are one billion women and girls beaten/will be beaten or raped during her lifetime.