CRC set up its Institute of Development Education, which would be the forerunner of the School of Education and Human Development (SED) of the envisioned university.
CRC opened its College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) and admitted its first batch of college students. CAS has since become one of the leading choices of high school graduates seeking quality university education.
The University’s Honorary Grand Chancellor, Bishop Javier Echevarria, visited UA&P. Bishop Echevarria is the second Prelate of Opus Dei.
The 1st Marketing Communication Effectiveness Awards (now Asia-Pacific Tambuli Awards) is launched.
Bishop Javier Echevarria visited UA&P for the second time.
The School of Sciences and Engineering (SSE) opened with the pioneer program of Applied Mathematics, followed by the Industrial Engineering program.
The scholarship and grants to students started to cover 25 percent of incoming freshmen.
Leo Parma of Asiapro Cooperative granted UA&P its first professorial and research chair in social entrepreneurship. Dr. Bernardo Villegas became the first chair holder.
The School of Management (SMN) launched the Evening Program of the Master of Science in Management graduate course. It also established the Southeast Asian Business Studies.
The School of Communication (SCM) opened the Media and Entertainment Management program.
SED started its Human Capital Development program and Child Development and Education program.
The Institute of Political Economy became School of Law and Governance (SLG), which offered the Juris Doctor program.
Dr. Winston Conrad B. Padojinog became the fourth president of UA&P.
The countdown to the year-long celebration of the 50th founding anniversary was launched.
SMN opened the Bachelor of Arts in Accountancy program.
SLG started to offer the evening program of the Political Economy course.