Welcome to STI College Muñoz – EDSA
In the ‘90s, the need for graduates of Computer Science became apparent. STI thus resolved to convert its schools into colleges with bachelor programs in Information Technology. In line with STI’s thrust, STI COLLEGE- MUÑOZ EDSA was converted into a college in 1995.
STI COLLEGE-MUÑOZ EDSA continues and will continue to stand committed to its vision and mission.
- We are an educational institution composed of dedicated and competent personnel who provide quality education and services to our community of learners.
- We advocate “ANGAT ESTUDYANTE” principle through development of four important values of our students: Pursuit of Knowledge, Positive Attitude, Interpersonal skill, and integrity.
- We build an effective partnership with the family of our learners, involving them in training our students to be productive citizens of our country.
- We provide education for real-life programs and activities to challenge student in maximizing their full potential.
Our Core Values
- Faith in God
- Love for Country
- Academic Excellence
STI College Muñoz – EDSA, 2nd Flr. Tanco-cu Bldg. EDSA cor., Congressional Ave. Quezon City, Philippines 1105 Telephone No: 920-8645
More About Mr. STI 2017
“Hi, I’m Gerome L. Bongco, 20 years old. I am a sociable HRM student who hopes to become a cabin crew member in the aviation industry someday.”
This 5 foot 11 inches tall stunner wowed the entire Enchanted Kingdom last September 29, 2017 during STI College’s Talent Search and 34th Anniversary Celebration. His inspirational story will enchant you more.
Gerome lived in Kuwait with his family for almost five years to finish High School. He became well-versed with the English language and learned some useful expressions in Arabic. He loves playing badminton, hanging out with friends, working out, and playing the ukulele.
He seems a professional model with the way he looks, the way he walks, and the way he carried himself on stage. Mind you, this is his very first time to join a beauty pageant. Now you might be thinking… “Really? How come?! He looks like someone who’s been joining various beauty pageants already!” You’re right, he sure is a charmer. However, he used to weigh over 200 pounds, was a bit insecure of himself, and lacked self-confidence. It was only about five years ago when he decided that he would live a healthy lifestyle.
Now, Gerome eats only God-made food. He loves meat and greens and is not a fan of carbohydrates. Rice, pasta and bread are a no-no in his diet. He exercises regularly and can say to himself that he is now fit and healthy.
He is a living testimony that you can get what you want as long as you are determined to challenge yourself and go out of your comfort zone. Now more confident about himself, Gerome strives to be always at his best. He wants to enhance his communication skills more and acquire more skills that will help his reach for his dreams.
He thanks his close friends and relatives who supported and cheered him on, and his trainer and our School Administrator, Mr. Roel Almera for believing in him. When asked about what lesson he could share his fellow students, he said:
“Maintain a healthy mindset. Always be grateful for the things you have and never neglect the little things for they can be the best things. Most importantly, educate yourselves because education is the gateway to opportunity.”
Congratulations, Gerome Bongco! We are truly proud of you!
A Dream That’s Never Too Big
This man’s dream is indeed never too big. He wanted to finish college and no one’s stopping him. Even his being a High School undergraduate did not stop him in pursuing his plans for his life.
Reynante Manabat, Kuya Rey to us, has been part of the Maintenance Team of the school since 2008. Just two years ago, he took Alternative Learning System (ALS) and passed the test. He enrolled for BS Information Technology in 2015 and has shifted to BS Hotel and Restaurant Management (BS HRM) in 2016 in our campus.Read more
STI College Muñoz-EDSA was inspired by Kuya Rey’s determination to reach his goal of graduating from College. That’s why we wish to extend the hope of the community by providing FREE ALS REVIEW to High School undergraduates 16 years old and above.
There is no dream that is too far nor too big. Take that leap of faith now.
An Alumnus Now Giving Back
An alumni of STI College Muñoz-EDSA Batch 2016, Allan Jay “AJ” Dumanhug now gives back to the community as he shares a piece of his knowledge to both students and IT professionals in the recently concluded Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4IT) last September 5-7, 2017.
For the second time, AJ had been invited to deliver a talk to the participants of the said conference. He talked about “CyberSecurity: Human Error” for the student-participants on September 5, and “Website Hacking” for the professionals on September 6.Read more
The said event was held in SMX Convention Center, the same venue where he talked about “CyberSecurity: Security Programs” last year on his first time to be the guest speaker for Y4IT. Certainly, AJ now gives back to his Alma Mater by simply sharing what he knows to more and more people for the advancement of Information Technology in the Philippines.
AJ was a diligent student who rose from not knowing much. He persisted in learning about new things and was able to co-found Secuna, a cybersecurity company where he works as the Chief Information Security. He is also hired by the University of the Philippines Diliman, and is also a part-time coach here in STI College Muñoz-EDSA.
Be like AJ. Transform lives and the technological and economic landscape of the Philippines by first transforming yourself.
STI College Muñoz-EDSA Steps Up
School is not boring. This is constantly being proven by our students who showcase their talents and skills while having fun.
Just recently, our students stepped up once again to represent our campus in various competitions in and out of school.
Talent Search Cluster Level
STI College annually holds its Talent Search to celebrate its anniversary in September. This year, our campus won against eight other campuses within Cluster 2: Caloocan, Cubao, Fairview, Meycauayan, Recto, Novaliches, Taft, and Quezon Avenue last September 8 in the following competitions:
Mr. STI 2017, Champion: Gerome Bongco, BS Hotel and Restaurant Management
STI Singing Idol, Champion: Reigmar Maceda, AB PsychologyRead more
Hataw Sayaw, 1st Runner-up: (Allegiance Dance Company) Kenneth Harvey Monsales, IT in Mobile App and Web Development (SHS); Mark Jefferson Sandoval, Science, Technology and Mathematics (SHS); Raymarck Fabro, Science, Technology and Mathematics (SHS); Byron Ventorillo, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology; Nesreen Lorica, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology; and Raymond Maneclang, Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering.
Battle of The Bands, 2nd Runner-Up: (Versalio Band) Moses Leo Reyes, BS Travel Management;
Kenny Louis Ibe, Multimedia Arts; Ely Fariñas, Associate in Computer Technology; and John Mark Rocamora, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.
Marilyn R. Almaida of Tourism Operations (SHS) also represented our school as Ms. STI. The champions of the said competition will compete for the National Level in Enchanted Kingdom this September alongside the celebration of the 34th founding year of STI College.
Quezon City Culinary Competition
Our Grade 12 Students emerged as Champions in the Quezon City Culinary Competition for Students held at Siena College, Q.C. on September 15, 2017. Culinary Arts students Ninia Camila, Jaymar Gultia, James Andrew Perez and Jurist Laurente won with their Adobo sa Gata dish. They were mentored by Coach Baiddin and Coach Centino of the Hospitality and Tourism Management Department.
This is a back-to-back win since we also bagged the championship last year. Our campus is the only STI College in the competition against known culinary schools in the Philippines.
Congratulations to all our winners and representatives. Thank you for stepping up and making us proud!