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News
Congratulations to MLS Batch 2013
LORMA Medical Laboratory Science department has once again, with 7 first takers from Batch 2013 achieving a Passing Rate of 100% and 3 Retakers giving LORMA an over-all total of 90.91% passing rate in March 2014 Medical Technologist Licensure Examination, ranked no.1 in Region 1; and ranked no.2 in Regions 2, 3, and CAR.
LORMA is Region 1’s top MLS school
UNDER `SCRUTINY`. Medical Laboratory Science students garbed in their gowns and busily manipulating their microscopes, are literally under strict observation cum evaluation in their laboratory subject Bacteriology, one of the department's toughest to pass.

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Cadiogan, Berner top Real Estate exams
TOP PERFORMERS. Cadiogan and Berner are Lorma Colleges' first topnotchers for the Real Estate Brokers Licensure Examination.

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LORMA YMCA administers LU Academic Olympics
OF MEDALS AND TROPHIES. Elementary and high school students in La Union proudly display their winnings during the 2013 YMCA meet.

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CCSE inks 3-year MOA with DOST
CONTINUING EDUCATION AND SERVICE. CCSE Dean Engr. Ana Belen Noble along with College Director Jose Mainggang and DOST Regional Head Elsa Chan forge a strong sense of social responsibility and education in Ilocandia through the LC-DOST linkage.

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LORMA still top nursing school in La Union
TEST TAKING STRATEGIES. Senior nursing students are given a series of rigorous exams which are at par with the standards of previous NLE to train them in appropriately choosing the best answers.

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Nigerian universities, Lorma ink MOA on transfer degree programs
FOREIGN TIES. Nigerian student Oluwatobi Dada, College Director Dr. Jose Mainggang, Rev'd Royalson Obiukwu and Atty. Michael Nebrija strengthen global education linkages during the MOA signing of TUN, ESAS and Lorma Colleges.

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