Campus life is not confined to the four walls of the classroom. It is about relationships, about building a strong sense of self in relation to others. It is about the environment to which you belong, the community that you help build.
The 62-hectare campus, dotted with over 300 acacia trees, offers patches of greens where personal relationships are nurtured, spiritual nourishment facilitated, and the concept of quality student life redefined.
Nestled in between majestic views of the Cuernos de Negros
mountain range to its west and the rich Visayan sea to its east is Silliman University,
one of the Philippines’ top higher education institutions.
It is the oldest university in the country founded by American Presbyterian missionaries in 1901.
A National Historical Landmark, Silliman is the only school in the Philippines on the list of
"50 Most Beautiful Christian College and University Campuses in the World".
Its learning environment that highlights the value of faith, relationship and service draws in annually more than 9,000 students – 300 from over 40 countries.