The University of Santo Tomas Alumni Association, Inc. (USTAAI), in partnership with the UST Graduate School Center for Continuing Professional Education and Development (UST CCPED), will be holding its first webinar of the 2022 AAIG CARAVAN SERIES on July 13, 2022 from 9AM to 12PM. The theme of this webinar is MAXIMIZING AAIG PARTNERSHIPS IN WORK-BASED LEARNING FOR FUTURE-READY GRADUATES, with the UST Office for Academic Affairs hosting as the local convener for the National Capital Region (NCR).

The aim of the AAIG Caravan 2022 Series is to cascade the learning of last year’s summit and stimulate the emergence of AAIG convergence community of champions and advocates in five different strategic areas around the country, namely: NCR, Calabarzon, Cordillera Autonomous Region (CAR), Visayas, and Mindanao.

REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2022 AAIG CARAVAN – Region 1 / Cordillera Administrative Region!

Scheduled on August 5, 2022, from 9AM to 12NN, with the theme “From Agility to Sustainability: Scaling Resilient Solutions in Academia, Alumni, Industry & Government.” The host and local convenor for this webinar is Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University. This event is open to ALL Thomasians and Non-Thomasians, not only from Region 1 / CAR, but worldwide. Registration is FREE, go to

UST Alumni Association Members

The Mother Organization of all duly

recognized Alumni Associations in the

University of Santo Tomas

Our Vision

A cohesive, pro-active and vibrant alumni association that effectively serves its Alma Mater, the alumni, the country and the Church

Our Mission

The UST Alumni Association Inc. commits itself to unceasingly promote solidarity amongst the alumni; sustain and uphold the core values of competence, compassion and commitment in the hearts of the alumni; and nurture alumni loyalty to the Alma Mater.

Prof. Evelyn A. Songco, PhD

From the President’s Desk

Service to the alma mater, the Thomasian alumni, the nation, and the church is our mantra. And since we know that not everyone can physically come to the USTAAI office at the UST BGPOP building Room 321, we conceived of this website as our virtual office where we can serve you anywhere you are.

This website is for all of us, Thomasian alumni. Here, we can interact. You can see what has been going on among the different alumni associations by reading the Thomasian Alumni Community Newsletter, the official newsletter of our Association. You can find announcements of continuing professional development programs and life-long learning activities, market exchange, job placements, homecomings, and many more.

As our virtual office, this website is where the Thomasian alumni global community can reach out to one another in the spirit of solidarity.

Let us be connected with one another. Let us know how we can serve you.

Welcome to the Thomasian alumni virtual home!

Evelyn A. Songco, Ph. D