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|Pamantasan ng Asya at Pasipiko|
|Latin: Universitas Asiae et Pacificarum|
|Center for Research and Communication (CRC)|
Motto in English
|Type||Private, Nonsectarian University|
|Established||August 15, 1967 (as CRC)
June 26, 1995 (as UA&P)
|Chancellor||Fernando Ocáriz Braña|
|President||Winston Conrad B. Padojinog, DBA|
|Location||Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines|
|University Hymn||Star of the Orient|
|Colors||Red and Gold|
The University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) is a private university in the Philippines. It traces its beginnings to the Center for Research and Communication (CRC), which was established in August 15, 1967 as a private think-tank that conducted economic and social research and offered graduate courses in economics.
The University is made up of a college offering liberal arts courses as core curriculum, five schools of varied specializations and an institute focusing on political economy, development and international relations.
A Board of Trustees, chaired by Dr. Placido Mapa, takes care of the UA&P Foundation, Inc. Under it is the Management Committee, presided by University President Jose Maria Mariano, which is the University’s governing body. It was formed to steer the University in the path set out for it. It makes sure that all plans, activities and projects undertaken advance the mission, goals and values of the University. 
|Presidents of the
University of Asia and the Pacific
|Dr. Jesus Estanislao, 1995–1997|
|Dr. Mario Camacho, 1997–2000|
|Dr. Jose Maria Mariano, 2000–2015
Dr. Winston Conrad Padojinog, 2015–present
1996 The School of Management was founded with Dr. Jose Rene C. Gayo as the Founding Dean.
The College of Arts and Sciences Student Executive Board is the executive office with the largest scope of functions and student body.
The two other student government branches in UA&P are dedicated in serving students in the Entrepreneurial Management and Information Technology programs.
As of 2012, the SEB has been called the USG (University Student Government).
Student life in UA&P revolves around academics and undergraduates' participation in various co-curricular activities. Kultura (Filipino term for "culture") is an arts center based in the University that organizes arts galleries and exhibitions, theater performances and concerts.It also moderates student-led arts organizations such as Dulaang ROC, Creative Writers' Guild, I-SA Dance Crew and the UA&P Chorale to name a few.
The Office of Student Affairs' civics desk holds the annual youth conference Civitas Asia and the BIGGKAS project which extends tutorial sessions to local public schools. The desk also supports student organizations with socio-civic aims and activities.
The University competes in the Men's National Collegiate Athletics Association (MNCAA) and the Women's National Collegiate Athletics Association (WNCAA). The University supports teams in basketball, futsal, volleyball, handball, tennis, badminton, swimming, arnis, taekwondo, aikido, karate, table tennis and athletics.
In December 2008, the men's futsal team won the championship cup in the MNCAA.
In February 2012, the UA&P Firestarters, the university's all-female cheerdance varsity, grabbed the WNCAA cheerdance competition gold.