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
STI College Muñoz-EDSA receives Philippines National Red Cross’s Scroll of Honor
In its third consecutive year, STI College Muñoz-EDSA was awarded by the Philippine National Red Cross as one of its institutional awardees last July 20, 2017 at the Red Cross Head Office in Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City. This year has been the best year for this partnership so far as STI College Muñoz-EDSA bagged the Scroll of Honor, the highest award the institution has ever received. To represent the school, our NSTP Coordinator Mr. Argel Barrientos graced the prestigious event.Read more
The event was presided by the Keynote Speaker from Department of Health, Undersecretary Dr. Paulyn Jean B. Rossell-Ubial, MPH, CESO II who discussed about the current accomplishments of their organization in partnership with Red Cross. It was then followed by the Chairman, Sen. Dick Gordon who provided insights and updates, and presented the awards.
Previously, STI College Muñoz-EDSA’s was invited to the 2017 Blood Service Partner Engagement Ceremony organized by the Philippine National Red Cross last July 12, 2017 at Novo Hotel Cubao, Quezon City. To represent the school, our Office of the Students Affairs Head Mr. Wilson Morano and our NSTP Coordinator Mr. Argel Barrientos graced the event.
The main speaker of the event was the Assistant Secretary General of the Philippine Red Cross, Ms. Elizabeth Zavalla, who provided recent updates about Red Cross. Furthermore, CNN Channel and Honorable Sen. Dick Gordon provided insights and promotional campaign for the betterment of the organization. The gathering ended with the campaign signing of different partnerships with different organizations all throughout Quezon City.
STI College Muñoz-EDSA has been consistent with its partnership with the Philippine Red Cross in its bi-annual Blood-Letting Activity. This wouldn’t have been possible without the hundreds of students with the hearts to participate in this event every semester for three years already, the efforts of Mr. Wilson Morano, STI College Muñoz-EDSA’s Head of the Office of the Students Affairs in partnering with different organizations, as well as the support of our administration.
May we all continue to give life to more and more individuals as we share a part of our lives through blood donation. Thank you and congratulations!
A group of Senior High School students from STI College Muñoz-EDSA were caught giving away sandwiches, as well as encouraging bible verses and words of wisdom to random people in and out of campus. They’ve been doing this for quite a number of times already since July 2017.Read more
The said students were from HUMSS301BR who are church mates. A topic in one of their church services was on generosity which really stirred their hearts to give. Almost every day, these students would get 10 to 20 pesos from their own pockets to buy a loaf of bread and sandwich filling. Then, they would handwrite words of encouragement or bible verses to share with the people they wish to motivate in life.
“Hindi naman po sa halaga nabibilang ang ibinabahagi, kundi sa pusong pinanggagalingan. Nalulungkot at nasasaktan po kami kapag may mga araw na hindi po kami nakakapag-share.” (It’s not about the amount given, but the heart of the giver. We are sad and pained at times we are not able to share our blessings.), says one of them.
According to the students, two individuals gave their tithes to them as support for their endeavor. Even if the money does not come from them, they feel like they are being used as vessels of blessings to other people.
The students are hoping that through this activity, they can be able to inspire more people to continue with life no matter what the circumstances, and for more people to continue sharing the blessings they have even in the simplest deeds.
If you would like to join these students in their pursuit to be conduits of blessings to others, you may approach any of the following from HUMSS301BR:
Banacia, Janel Joy G.
Delos Santos, Mary Joy
Gundran, Mhaxine Angel
Mendoza, Sofia Katrina
Yap, Jamaimah Grace
STI College Muñoz-EDSA is proud to have students like them who are willing to give their time, money, and effort for the love of others. Thank you and may you be blessed as you continue to be blessings to others.
HRM Students’ Participation to New Zealand
Food Connection’s Competition
Last May 15, 2017, two of our students participated in New Zealand Food Connection’s Competition that was participated in by different culinary schools. STI College Muñoz-EDSA did not falter in sending their pride of students to showcase their skills in their field of expertise – cooking.Read more
By pair, the students prepared a three-course menu within 90 minutes: appetizer, main course, and dessert using the products provided for by the competition organizers. Our entrants prepared Corned Beef in Banana Cup with White Sauce and Tomato-Mango Salsa for appetizer, Kono Mussels Salpicao for main course, and Fried Ice Cream Delight with Mango Syrup for dessert.
Ranked 4th, our entrants Mr. Francis Sapico, and Mr. Jeffrey Gabejan, together with their spare participant Kimberly Faye Romero take pride in representing STI College Muñoz-EDSA – the only college among the culinary schools in the competition. Congratulations! We would also like to thank and congratulate their coaches, Ms. Mercibel Alarcon and Mr. Ryan Jeff Tameta, as well as our HTM Head, Ms. Irene Francia, and HTM Dean, Ms. Remedios M. Najera for their extended assistance to our inspiring students who graduated last May 25, 2017 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management.
Indeed, you can be called STI College Muñoz-EDSA’s pride.
Have you ever stood on a crossroad, wondering about the fastest and easiest way to your destination? Guess what! It is not about the easiest nor the fastest way but the BEST way towards your goal, and we are glad to announce that STI College Munoz-EDSA can help you decide on the best way through our Career Guidance Program (CGP).Read more
Our CGP is a fun, interactive workshop that helps the youth discover what they really want to become, and where they really want to be by answering the three essential questions on life: “Who I am?” “Where should I go?” and “How do I get there?” The workshop emphasizes the power of choice through games and group activities.
At the end of the workshop, the youth attendees were challenged to make wise decisions in life. This includes what track or specialization to take in Senior High School and the possible career opportunities in store for them. Hence, should they want to move further forward, they can do so by first believing in themselves, and knowing where and how to get to their desired place. It has been conducted to hundreds of youth from our partner schools like Francisco School, and partner organizations like Children International.
Above all, our students are our topmost priority and more empowerment workshops like this are held for them only here in STI College Munoz-EDSA where they not just conquer crossroads, but also be victorious in their run towards the finish line.