Counseling and Testing Center

Programs and Services 


Counseling is at the very core of all programs and services of the Counseling and Testing Center. It aims to assist stakeholders in dealing with intrapersonal and interpersonal concerns. It is provided to increase self-understanding, as well as develop in the individual a sense of responsibility for choices that are made through a systematic decision making process.   

Students request for their counseling appointment through the following means: 

  1. Email at 
  1. Booking an appointment through the official LPU Manila – Counseling and Testing Center Facebook Page at  
  1. Filling out the Online Counseling Appointment Form at 

Both in-person and tele-counseling options are available upon request. In-person sessions are conducted at Room 110 (Main Building), while Tele-counseling is done via Teams. 

Student Well-being Program (SWP) 

Events (such as seminars, webinars, trainings, among others) are conducted to help the students attain various competencies and to provide values and skills essential for their well-being needs. SWP events are catered towards specific groups and/or year levels. Announcements and updates are posted on the official social media platforms of the unit: Facebook Instagram 


Our interviews guide students in making decisions and in planning for the future. These interviews are given to new students, for those intending to drop their subjects, shift to other courses, transfer to other colleges, and for students processing their readmission applications. Students are being interviewed either in-person or via Teams.  

This service is in coordination with the Office of the University Registrar (OUR).  

Testing Program 

The ongoing LPU Manila College Entrance Test (LCET) is administered electronically and is conducted every Saturday at the Sotero H. Laurel Academic Resource Center (SHL-ARC). Applications are processed by the Strategic Communications and Marketing Department (SCM), located at Room 102A (Main Building). Results are released an hour after the test. 

The JPL-SHL Scholarship Exam is conducted annually and administered electronically. Applications are processed by the Strategic Communications and Marketing Department (SCM), located at Room 102A (Main Building). 

Pre-employment exams are conducted in coordination with the Human Resources Department (HRD) for screening purposes of respective units.  

Information Program

This aims to inform the students and all stakeholders about the programs and services of the unit and invite them to various engagements spearheaded by the unit. This program aims to advocate for the importance of mental health in the various facets of the socio-cultural development of individuals in the form of materials seen on the official CTC online platforms and on-campus through open seminars and booths. 

This Year’s Theme is the year-long celebration of mental health headed by CTC. Various themes are explored and highlighted every year, and is reflected in the events of the unit such as SWPs, seminars, webinars, online events, and other activities.  

Mental Health Facilitation 

The conduct of the Mental Health Facilitation (MHF) program aims to train people outside the field of mental health in basic helping and referral skills to increase service capacity for meeting global mental health needs. The certification will come from the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) based in North Carolina, USA. MHF-ASAP Curriculum Focus Areas are: address core topics in mental stress, distress and disorder, connect local potential, needs and resources and encourage choice with empathy, integrity and respect for diversity.