July 1, 1945
February 27, 1946
College Courses were offered for the first time:
1. Associate in Arts (A.A) which was accepted as the
preparatory Law Course
2. Elementary Teacher’s Certificate (E.T.C)
January 7, 1947
Western Leyte College was officially registered with the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) operated by the Ormoc Educational Corporation.
1947 – 1948
1948 – 1949
May 21, 1952
1951 – 1952
1970’s to 1980’s
The main building was getting crowded for both high school and college classes, so college classrooms were reconstructed over the big canal alongside
William Bryant Street (now Navarro St.). The wooden Practi-cal Arts Building and the Annex rooms on the ground floor in what is now the Law Building were converted into class-rooms.
January 7, 1997
College of Nursing was granted permit to offer first year nurs-ing course.
College of Law was granted TP no 26s.2003 to offer first year of Bachelor of Laws.
The inauguration of the College of Law Building was a grand affair. The three-story College of Law Building beside the Main Building on Bonifacio Street added prestige to the school’s edifice. It certainly called for the celebration.
May 21, 2003
The Education Building in Bonifacio Street was constructed.
Construction of the Nursing Building with its laboratories made a significant impact on the Ormoc community, with WLC offering the first school of Nursing in Ormoc City.
TP # 24 s. 2004 gave WLC the permit to proceed with the formal offering of the Bachelor Science in Nursing.
TP # 24 s. 2004 CHED granted WLC the permit to offer Bachelor of Laws
Western Leyte College was granted the permit to offer:
2-year Information Technology
4-year Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
2006 – 2007
A brainchild of Manuel T. Fiel, the WLC Gymnasium was constructed on the space of what the WLC ground before. At this point, the Health Science Laboratories were also set up.
100% of the first graduates of Bachelor of Science in Nursing passed the Board Examination.
28.57% of the first graduates of Bachelor of Laws passed the BAR examination and ranked 22nd among the BAR exami-nees throughout the Philippines.
Our student from the College of Business won the Miss Or-moc 2011.
Champion Table Tennis National PRISAA Zamboanga City April 2011.
Our student from the College of Business won the Miss Or-moc 2013.
Jaymar Pelin Dumagsa ranked 5th Place in the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) Licensure Examination May 2013 with a rating of 93.57%.
Month of November the school is greatly affected by Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) but we were able to continue to operate notwithstanding the destructive effects.
Western Leyte College won Grand Champion in the 5th Or-moc Tugob Festival Dance Showdown.
Tugob Festival Queen
Best Street Dancing
Best in Costume
2nd Runner up National Mutya ng PRISAA April 2015
Our student from the College of Business won the Miss Tugob October 2015
January 2015, the school is accredited to offer the Senior High School in both Academic and Technical-Vocational Track
Accredited as TESDA ASSESMENT CENTER March 2016 on the following TESDA Courses: Food and Beverages, Housekeeping, Bartending and Cookery
Being the only School of Law in Western area of Leyte, Western Leyte College produced 5 (five) Lawyers with a school passing percentage of 62.50 and a national passing per-centage of 59.06.
Champion in the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Ac-countants (PICPA) among the twenty (20) Senior High School (SHS) in Ormoc City.
1st Place in the Sci-Tech Feature Writing Contest (English Category) Regional School Press Conference Baybay City November 2017
Miss Ormoc 2017 our Miss WLC 2014 a Nursing student won the crown during the 1st Piña Festival
The CICTE Department won the 1st Mister Western Leyte College