The College Seal


The College seal reflects the Philosophy and Mission of Manila Adventist College (MAC). The basic figures in the seal, such as: the Torch, Bible, Globe-like Circle, laurels, and the Square-like Space represent significant meanings.

The Seal shows the College’s international reach as depicted by the Globe-like Circle. Students from around the world can come to MAC to be trained for service.

The Laurels encircling the globe portray the accomplishments and successes the school has achieved through its programs and graduates. The Laurels also stand for excellence in the institution’s goal, as inscripted and held since the establishment in 1993, which is “Lead On”.

The Square-like Space with four corners inside the circle represent the four-fold foundation of Seventh-day Adventist Education: the physical, mental, social and spiritual dimensions of a person. Considering that education has to do with the ‘whole being’, the school offers curricula that are holistic. As an educational institution of Seventh-day Adventist Church, MAC believes in the soon return of Jesus Christ and commits itself to the proclamation of the everlasting gospel.

The Bible is the basis of all educational philosophies, practices as shown in the torch’s foundation.

The Torch, through which the health-care education is aflame enlightens those who came to the College and through its alumni, all the corners of the country and beyond.

The Unbroken circle which encompasses the whole seal symbolizes God who is the ‘same yesterday, today, and forever, “without beginning and without the end.” Everything the school offers and upholds is ordained by Him who is “the Source of true education.”

Last Updated: May 17, 2018