The Students’ Democratic Party (SDP) is a student political party in UST - Faculty of Arts and Letters, founded on June 12, 1981, making it the first ever political party in the Philippines after the Martial Law was lifted. SDP adheres to the concept of liberalism and lives by democracy as a system.[1] Now on its 30th year, our belief in student empowerment and a genuine liberal education for all remains our driving force in continuing our legacy of advocating and protecting our fellow students’ rights, welfare and general interest. Leadership training seminars, team building activities, and outreach programs are but a few of what we do as a committed body that molds students into exemplar individuals.

The Students' Democratic Party (SDP)- the oldest student political party in the Philippines; established on June 12, 1981 during the Ferdinand Marcos regime; one of the student political parties that established the Lakas Tomasino Coalition (LTC), a university wide political party. SDP is still an affiliate party of the said coalition and is the ruling party in terms of number of Executive Board Officers since School Year 2009.[citation needed]


  1. About SDP. Retrieved on November 13, 2012.
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