Queen City’s CTU occupied 7th place in the country’s recent ranking of State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), having the most number of programs assessed for Candidate up to Level-IV status.
The Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc. awarded the top-performing HEIs on February 18, 2016 during the 29th AACCUP Annual National Conference in Manila.
Dr. Hedeliza Pineda, one of the university’s senior accreditors (from the College of Arts and Sciences), received the award.
Cagayan State University topped the list with 41 programs accredited; Batangas State University with 38; Negros Oriental State University with 36; Capiz State University with 35; Western Mindanao State University with 33; Jose Rizal Memorial State University and University of Southeastern Philippines with 31; Cavite State University, Cebu Technological University and Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University with 30; and rounding up the list are Palawan State University and Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology with 29.
The recognition accorded to the HEIs provides for the the necessary impetus for more developments to take place across the country. Manuel T. Corpus, the accrediting body’s executive director, headed the ceremony along with the presidents of the aforesaid institutions that continue to fulfill the mandate of the Philippine Roadmap vis-a-vis ASEAN vision and mission. UPO
Posted on March 10, 2016 6:11 am