With tuition fees that increase annually, and with the number of high school graduates who could not afford a college degree, Daniel Razon saw the need to support and assist many poor but deserving students. He thinks it is not impossible to help and shoulder not only the tuition fees of students and their other expenses even without a position in government.
This led to the establishment of the La Verdad Christian College branch in Caloocan, Metro Manila. As the first private college in the country that ease poor families from paying tuition fees, La Verdad College became the very first in sponsoring uniforms, books, meals and even transportation allowances of students. The college does not impose a very high weighted average for entrants, as opposed to other scholarships that require at least a 90 percent weighted grade in their senior years in high school.
The private free tuition-fee college offers courses in nursing, computer technology, and mass communications.
In its desire to make the students adjust to the real demand of the corporate industry, mass communication students are given extensive training at some of the programs at UNTV. This opportunity to immediately practice what the students learned is an effective teaching model being applied at the school so that students get hands-on and actual training of how it is done in the industry.
To maintain its operations, the school has the backing of UNTV, and the Ang Dating Daangroup through Bro. Eli Soriano, who founded the first branch of the school in Pampanga, which is already giving free education from elementary to college students.