1950 St. John Baptist de La Salle was proclaimed Patron Saint of All Teachers by Pope Pius XII.
The School of Engineering opened evening classes for courses leading to the main branches of engineering.
Br. Hyacinth Gabriel FSC was named DLSC President. He would serve the post until1959.
1951 De La Salle College won the NCAA Football Championship.
1952 The De La Salle College Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Unit was formally organized.
1953 The undergraduate school of Arts and Sciences was established.
1954  The results of the secondary school examination conducted by the Bureau of Private Schools indicated that the High School Department of DLSC was ranked No.1 among the Catholic boys’ schools of Manila.
1955 The School of Commerce at the request of the Apostolic Nuncio offered a special course in Ecclesiastical Finance for 47 priests representing every ecclesiastical legislative area.
1956 The six-storey St. Joseph Hall was built.
1957 A Forensic Society was organized by Eduard Deveza, upon the suggestion of Brother C. Peter FSC.
The first Liberal Arts graduates after the war received their degrees.
1959 Br. Denis of Mary FSC was named DLSC President. He would serve the post until 1961.

The College of Education was re-established.

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