Meet the PUCMM
The Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) is a Catholic, non-state, community service institution. It was created by the Conference of the Dominican Episcopate, September 9, 1962. It is an institution of higher education that emphasizes academic excellence and is open to all people without distinction of race, social class, ideology or religious beliefs. It focuses on the scientific search for solutions that respond to social problems and the demands of the common good.
"To seek scientific solutions to the challenges faced by the Dominican people and their global environment, and to form leading professionals, endowed with ethical, humanistic and Christian principles, necessary for the material and spiritual development of society, maintaining the character of open space for free discussion of ideas ".
"To be an institution of higher education attached to Christian humanism, national and regional reference for the quality and relevance of their work and with programs accredited internationally."
Campus of Santiago
The Campus de Santiago is located on the Duarte highway, 1 1/2 km from the city of Santiago de The Knights. This campus, inaugurated on January 26, 1967, is an icon of the city. It occupies an area of 950,000 square meters and constitutes a true ecological lung of the region and a beautiful campus-garden that invites to the study and the investigation. With this vision, the architect Francisco Camarena has oriented the works of design of its buildings. This idea seeks to preserve the topography and the original beauty of the landscape and, at the same time, create an appropriate environment for the development of the academic and spiritual life of students, teachers and other members of the University Community.
St. Thomas Aquinas Campus
The Santo Tomás de Aquino campus is located in the central point of Santo Domingo, Primada city of America. It is made up of a complex of modern buildings located in the perimeter and area surrounding the former Pontifical Seminary of St. Thomas Aquinas, an integral part of the Campus. He began his work in the city of Santo Domingo in 1981.
This school offers programs in: