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
Community Partners’ Lunch Meeting
On its third year of celebration, STI College Muñoz-EDSA held another fun-filled community partners’ lunch meeting to show gratitude to our community partners with the theme “Building Bridges, Getting There” last December 8, 2017 at STI College Muñoz-EDSA’s covered court. Present were around 80 of our partners who helped us get to where we are now since the onset of the K-12 curriculum.Read more
The event focused on exciting games, prizes, raffle and gift-giving, and highlighted the spirit of laughter and togetherness. To make this possible, our Events Management Class of HRM701P and TRM701P spearheaded the preparation of the logistics and dessert table, the BANCATE class of HRM401P prepared the complete-course sumptuous meal, the Mixologists Club took over the beverages, our Simply Tours Club welcomed our guests, and the Artcore Club documented the entire event.
After the lunch meeting, the guests shared their thoughts about the event saying this was a one-of-a-kind get-together. Everyone went home with a gift and a happy heart. Thanks to all our partners for gracing us your presence in this event, and to all our students who helped make the event possible. See you again next year!
Vision Petron Grand Winner, STIer from Muñoz-EDSA
There is no stopping this 19-year old student specializing in Digital Arts under the ICT track. With the encouragement of his adviser Coach Jelome Anne S. Hernandez, and the support of STI College Muñoz-EDSA, Kenndric “Ken” Javier Pineda joined Vision Petron’s Tuklas Kapaligiran, a competition held last July 2016 which aims to advocate love for environment through creating various original works as expression of art and creativity.Read more
Last October 26, 2016, it was announced through Vision Petron’s website that the Grand Winner for Tuklas Paligiran song writing competition is none other than our very own Ken who will receive a cash prize of Php 50,000.00. His song was composed solely by him from the lyrics to the tune and the notes, as against other entries which were composed by up to three members per group. He played the rhythm guitar, bass guitar, and drums before combining them into one tune along with his vocals – a very rare talent for one to be considered genius.
Ken started developing his love for music, and writing his own rock songs at the age of 9 because he has very supportive parents and a family of musicians. According to him, he was challenged to write a rock song dedicated for environmental cause. Hence, he came up with his song titled “Earth” that won him thousands of pesos which he intends to save.
Here is the lyrics of his song’s chorus:
Tayo ang pinto
At tayo ang susi
Tigilan natin ang pamamanglaw.
With him are students from various schools nationwide and he is the only STIer who won the grand prize. Other categories of the said competition are video-making, t-shirt art design, photography, watercolor, and oil/acrylic painting. Other grand prize winners for music writing are from University of the Philippines – Baguio and La Verdad Christian College.
Our congratulations go to Ken, and our gratitude goes out to everyone who supported him along the way! Indeed, STI College Muñoz-EDSA does not only focus on academic achievements but also on empowering one’s self. We are so proud of you!
STI College’s First Psychometrician
Our very first Psychometrician’s ultimate dream is to make the younger generations realize the importance of education. He stands as a living example of how rewarding it is to finish schooling – that no matter how challenging it may seem, if there’s a will, there’s a way.
At 35 years old, Leoven P. Gan, RPm brought pride to the entire STI community as one of the pioneers of AB Psychology (2017) in the institution. He took the Licensure Examination for Psychometricians last September 2017 and got to know the result in November of the same year. This meant he is STI College’s very first registered Psychometrician.
It was not an easy ride for Leoven. He coined himself as a lazy person with nowhere to go; but when he got married, his new life helped him realize his dreams. He understood that in order for him to instill the value of education to his future children, he must be able to prove it himself first. He also believes that learning is eternal and that with it, he can surely help people improve their lives. So he decided to go back to studying to fulfill his family’s hopes for him and to help more and more people have a deeper understanding of themselves as he does understand himself now.
Leoven is the kind who’s open for constructive criticisms. He also makes sure that he learns something new every day. He has good socialization skills and that’s why people in the campus trust him. A hard-working person, Leoven was a working student, a family man, and a diligent student.
Our congratulations goes to Leoven for his dedication in pursuing his dreams. The STI College Muñoz-EDSA community will forever be proud.
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!