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San Sebastian College - Recoletos de Manila
Dalubhasaan ng San Sebastian - Recoletos ng Maynila
Motto Caritas et Scientia (Latin)
Motto in English Charity and Knowledge (Knowledge is the scaffolding of love)
Established 1941 but reopened in 1946
Type Private, Roman Catholic, Augustinian Recollects
President Rev. Fr. Anthony A. Morillo, OAR
Students 12,465
Undergraduates 5,533
Postgraduates 4,932
Location Claro M. Recto Avenue, Metro Manila, Philippines
Campus Urban; Main Campus
Colors Red      and Gold     
Nickname Sebastinian, Sebastino, Baste
Mascot San Sebastian Golden Stags

San Sebastian College - Recoletos de Manila (SSC-R), (Filipino: Dalubhasaan ng San Sebastian ng mga Rekoletos sa Maynila; also Spanish: Colegio de San Sebastian - Recoletos de Manila) or simply known by their nickname Baste, is a Catholic institution of higher learning recognized by the Philippine Government. The school is a part of the Recollect schools in the Philippines, it is owned and operated by the Augustinian Recollect Fathers.

It was named after the saint martyr of Rome, to whom a church (Basilica Minore de San Sebastian) at Legarda Street corner Bilibid Viejo Streets, is dedicated.

The College was given Level 3 accredition by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities in the Elementary department, High School Department and the College Department including the Graduate Studies and College of Law.


Academic Courses Offered


Grade School Program

  • PAASCU Accredited
    • Kindergarten and pre-school
    • Primary Education
    • Intermediate Education

High School Program

  • PAASCU Accredited
    • Secondary Education

The College of Accountancy, Business Administration and Computer Studies or (CABACS)

  1. Bachelor of Science in:
    1. Accountancy (BSA) (5 yrs.)
    2. Computer Science (BSCS)
  2. Bachelor of Science In Business Administration Major In (BSBA):
    1. Financial Management
    2. Marketing Management
    3. Human Resource Development Management
  3. Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in (BSC):
    1. Financial and Managerial Accounting (4 yrs.)
    2. Legal Management
    3. Business Management

The College of Arts and Sciences or (CAS)

  1. Bachelor of Arts In:
    1. Mass Communication (Communication Arts)
    2. Political Science
    3. Languages and Humanities (A.B English)

The College of International Hospitality Management or (CIHM)

  1. Bachelor of Science In Hotel and Restaurant Management Specialized In:
    1. Hospitality Management
    2. Culinary Arts
  2. Bachelor of Science In Tourism Management Specialized In:
    1. Tour and Travel Operations and Management

Institute of Religious Education and Philosophy or (IREP)

Institute of Graduate Studies

  1. Master In Business Administration (M.B.A)
  2. Master In Arts in Theological Studies (M.A.T.S)
  3. Master of Arts In Theology (M.A.T)

Institute of Law

  1. Bachelor of Laws (Ll.B)

Academic Partners

  • ABS-CBN Broadcating Corporation
  • GMA Broadcasting Corporation
  • Summit Media
  • ComGuild Center for Journalism
  • Annual Dallas Academy of American
  • Southwestern Legal Foundation
  • Association of Marketing Educators
  • Entrepreneurship Educators’ Association of the Philippines
  • Philippine Marketing Association
  • Council of Management Educators
  • Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines
  • Philippine Association of Collegiate Schools of Business
  • Association of Certified Public Accountants in Education
  • Microsoft IT Academy
  • MSDN Academic Alliance
  • Call Center Academy
  • Yapster * Premier Academic Partner
  • Philippine Association of Educators in Office Administration Foundation Inc.
  • American Hospitality Academy (AHA)
  • International Practicum Training Program (IPTP, Singapore)
  • Singapore Hotel and Tourism Education Center (SHATEC)
  • Hotel Institute of Montreux (HIM, Switzerland)
  • Hotel & Restaurant Association of the Philippines (HRAP)
  • Abacus Distribution System Philippines
  • Negros Navigation (NN)
  • Philippine Airlines (PAL)
  • Council of Hotel & Restaurant Educators of the Philippines (COHREP)
  • ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT, Briarcliff Manor, New York, U.S.A.

Academic and Non-Academic Organizations

Inter-School Organization

  • United Recoletos Student Councils of the Philippines

Highest-Ranking Student Organization

  • The Supreme Student Government


  • Pinag-Isang Galing at Lakas ng mga Sebastino (PIGLAS)
  • Simula ng Kilos at Laban ng mga Sebastino (SIKLAB SEBASTINO)

Academic Organizations

  • Association of Recollect Mass Communicators
  • Sebastinian Computer Science Society
  • Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants
  • Political Science Society
  • Legal Management Society
  • Sebastinian Psychological Society
  • Sebastinian Marketing Circle
  • Sebastinian Tourism Organization
  • Sebastinian Hotel and Restaurant Management Organization
  • Sebastinian Business Management Society

Non-Academic Organizations

  • Sebastinian Arts Society
  • Sebastinian Theater Arts Guild
  • Sebastinian Singers Ensembles
  • San Sebastian Recollect Dance Troupe
  • The Golden Stags Cheerleading Association
  • Sebastinian Mathematical Society
  • Sebastinian Trekkers Club
  • Sebastinian Forensics Society
  • Peer Facilitators
  • Sebastinian Religious Organization
  • Recollect Educational Assistance for Deserving Students

The School Board

  • REV. FR. ANTHONY A. MORILLO, OAR, heads the new set of Religious Administrators for SSC-R Manila as president. Following are the members of the new School Board:
  • Fr. Leonardo P. Pauligue, OAR - VP for Administration
  • Fr. Leander V. Barrot, OAR - VP for Academics
  • Fr. Nemesio D. Tolentin, OAR - VP for Business and Finance
  • Fr. Cristopher C. Maspara, OAR - VP for Student Welfare
  • Fr. Renie C. Villalino, OAR - Campus Minister
  • Bro. Raymund G. Alcedo, OAR - Property Administrator
  • Fr. Cristituto A. Palomar, OAR - Dean, Institute of Religious Education

San Sebastian College Sports

  • The San Sebastian Golden Stags (also SSC-R Stags) are the National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) basketball team of the San Sebastian College - Recoletos.
  • Their 5 consecutive NCAA seniors basketball championships is the longest streak in the NCAA.
  • The other senior varsity teams may also be referred to as the Stags. The juniors team are the San Sebastian Staglets, while the women's teams are the San Sebastian Lady Stags.
  • The Recollect fathers chose a stag for it symbolizes a Christian who, filled with moral ideas, runs fast to God swiftly yet quietly in pursuit of his goals.
  • The staple cheer is Bravo Baste. The supporters of the San Sebastian Golden Stags are known as "bronx warriors".
  • Their most prominent rival is the Colegio de San Juan de Letran.

Notable alumni

Other Schools operated by the Order of Augustinian Recollects (OAR)[1]

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