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FOREWORD

The survey instrument is the accreditors main tool in evaluation. It is criteria-


based. It is used to evaluate a defined program.

This instrument highlights the following:

1. The criteria used in assessing 10 areas;


2. Benchmark statements, specific standards based on particular policies and
good practices;
3. The spaces for rating each benchmark statement, the section mean and the
area mean; and
4. Provisions for the accreditors comments by section.

The activities in evaluating programs are most critical for a fair assessment. So,
the accreditor must make an unbiased judgment that he/she is accountable for. To
be able to do this, he/she is advised to:

1. Be familiar with the following before starting evaluation:


The AACUP rating; and
Survey instrument paying particular attention to the area assigned to
him/her.
2. Know exactly what data needed to be able to give the rating on each of the
benchmark statements. Having listed this information, the accreditor can
prepare the questions to get the desired additional data or information; and
3. Gather data or information from or through the following:
Program performance profile;
Documents or materials filed at the accreditation center;
Audio-visual data presented by the institutional for preview;
Interviews with students, faculty, school officials, staff, alumni, and
other stakeholders;
Observation of classes, meetings, campus activities or library
operation;
Visit to projects; and
Group conferences.

This survey instrument has been officially adopted by the AACUP Board of
Trustees, and registered with the Copyright Section of the National Library on
September 2010. It is the product of several revisions/improvements in 1992, 1999,
2001, 2004, and 2010 made by AACUP professional accreditors and officials.

AACUP Executive Director


AREA I
VISION, MISSION, GOALS AND
OBJECTIVES

A. Statement of Vision, Mission , Goals and


Objectives
B. Dissemination and Acceptability
C. Congruency and Implementation
D. Documents and Additional Information and
Exhibits
AREA I: VISION, MISSION, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The Area of Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives is the most
fundamental of all the ten (10) areas to be surveyed. Everything in the SUC
is justified only to the extent that it realizes its mission, goals and objectives.
It is essential, therefore, for the SUC to formulate the mission, goals and
objectives which should be the bases of all its operations. The SUC is judged
by the degree to which its mission, goals, and objectives are attained, not in
comparison with others.

A. Statement of Vision Mission, Goals and Objectives


The Vision is the state the institution hopes to become in the
future. The MGO represents the hierarchy of aims of the institution. The
Mission reflects the mandate/aim of the whole state university or state
college. The goals are the aims at the hierarchical structure below the
Institutional level (the academic College/institute/School); and the
objectives are the aims at the program level, i.e., what the program
hopes to achieve.
The SUC shall define its mission in accordance with its legal and
educational development mandate and the thrusts of the government.
The program outcomes are the foci of program accreditation;
these are the competencies (knowledge and skills), values and other
attributes, which the institution hopes their graduates shall acquire to
enable them to compete for employment, locally and internationally.
B. Dissemination and Acceptability
It is expected that the Institution disseminate, and work for the
acceptance of the Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives by the
stakeholders. In order to facilitate awareness and acceptance, it is
good practice that the faculty, non-teaching staff, students, linkages,
the community and other stakeholders are involved in the formulation,
review and/or revision of the VMGO.
An outcomes-based assessment will focus on the extent to which
the program outcomes are attained. Thus, there must be a common
understanding and acceptance of the results of the program by both
the faculty and the students.
C. Congruency of MGO Statement and Implementation
It should be demonstrated that the program objectives
(outcomes) are consistent with the college goals; and the college goals
with the Mission will lead to the realization of the Vision of the
Institution.
The projects and activities that are carried out by the faculty and
the students should directly contribute toward the achievement of the
program outcomes.
D. Documents and Additional Information and Exhibits
Documents or printed materials, which serve as data or provide
information for the Program Performance Profile, and others identified
to belong to this Area should be available at the Accreditation Center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits


may be added/ presented to clarify issues and concerns about the
program, as required by the visiting team to support the claims in
the written report.

A. Statement of Vision, Mission , Goals and Objectives

A.1. The Vision of the Institution

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A.2. The Mission of the Institution

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A.3. The Goals of the Academic Unit

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A.4. The Objectives (Outcomes) of the Program

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A.5. The Vision clearly reflects what the
Institution hopes to become in the future. 4
A.6. The Mission clearly reflects the Institutions
legal and educational mandate. 4
A.7. The Goals are clearly stated, and are
consisted with the Mission of the Institution. 4
A.8. The Objectives clearly state the expected
outcomes in terms of competencies (skills
and knowledge), values and other attributes
of the graduates which include the 4
development of:
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A.8.1. technical skills in
TM/HM/TrM/
HRM;l
A.8.2.research and extension
capabilities;
A.8.3.students own ideas,
desirable attitudes and
personal discipline;
A.8.4. moral character
A.8.5. critical thinking skills; and
A.8.6. aesthetic and cultural
values.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

Provision Numerical
(Check) Rating of
(/) Provision
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B. Dissemination and Acceptability
B.1. The Vision and Mission statements, Goals
and Objectives are printed in Bulletin boards,
catalogs/manuals and other forms of
communication media and are readily 4
available.
The Administrators and Faculty
B.2. The Administrators/faculty members are
aware of the Vision and Mission of the
College/Department of TM/HM/TrM/HRM. 4
B.3. The faculty understands and accepts the
Objectives of the Program. 4
B.4. There is faculty participation in the
formulation, review and/or revision of the 4
VMGO.
The Staff
B.5. The staffs are aware of the Vision and
Mission of the institution and the goals and
objectives of the College and the program, 4
respectively.
B.6. There is staff participation in the
formulation, review and/or revision of the 4
VMGO.
B.7. The staffs accept the responsibility of
realizing the objectives that are relevant to 4
their particular work.
The Students
B.8. The students are aware of the Vision and
Mission of the institution. 4
B.9. The Students understands and accepts the
Objectives of the Program. 4
B.10. There is student participation in the
formulation, review and/or revision of the 4
VMGO.
Other Stakeholders
B.11. Representatives of cooperating agencies,
linkages, alumni, industry representatives,
and other concerned organizations/groups
participate in the formulation, review, and/or 4
revision of the VMGO.
B.12. The cooperating agencies, linkages,
alumni, industry sectors, and other
concerned groups are aware of and generally 4
accept the VMGO.
B.13. The VMGO are widely disseminated to the
different agencies, institutions, industry
sector and the community as a whole. 4

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

Provision Numerical
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C. Congruency and Implementation
C.1. There is congruency between actual
educational practices and activities, and all _4
of the following: _
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C.1.1. mission of the SUC;
C.1.2.goals of the
College/Department of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM.
C.1.3.objectives of the
TM/HM/TrM/HRM. program
C.2. There is evidence that the goals and
objectives are being achieved. _4
_

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

D. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits


1. Billboards installed for the purpose of disseminating Vision, Mission,
Goals and Objectives (VMGO).
2. Bulletin Information
3. Bulletins, brochures, catalogs, manuals, print and other media.
4. Documents/materials containing statements of VMGO.
5. Minutes of meetings conducted to formulate, review or revise VMGO.
6. Programs and activities showing students participation in the
dissemination of the VMGO.
7. Research work/study conducted showing awareness and acceptance of
the VMGO.
8. SUC Charter.
9. University/College code.

VISION, MISSION, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

SUMMARY OF RATINGS

Numerical Descriptive
Ratings Rating
A Statement of Vision, Mission, Goals
and Objectives
B Dissemination and Acceptability
C Congruency and Implementation

Total
Mean

LEAD ACCREDITOR/S
AREA II
FACULTY
A. Academic Qualifications and professional
Experience
B. Recruitment, Selection and Orientation
C. Faculty Adequacy and Loading
D. Rank and Tenure
E. Faculty Development
F. Professional Performance and Scholarly
Works
G. Salaries, Fringe Benefits and Incentives
H. Professionalism
I. Documents, Additional Information and
Exhibits

AREA II: FACULTY


The standard or quality of an institution or program is greatly
measured qualifications of its faculty. In this light, the faculty should be
composed of competent members in terms of academic qualifications,
experience and professional expertise. In addition, they should manifest
desirable personal qualities and high level of professionalism.

To be effective, faculty members should be properly compensated and


taken care of. They must be given opportunities for continuous personal and
professional development. A policy of fair and equitable distribution of
teaching assignments and workload should be practiced. Likewise,
objective and clear promotion criteria/scheme should be adopted by the
institution.

Criteria:

A. Academic Qualifications and Professional Experience


The faculty should have the appropriate academic preparation
and experience relevance to the program. They must be holders of
appropriate degrees. In case of any deficiency, they should possess
relevant and/or compensatory qualifications. Moreover, they must be
licensed (where applicable) if they are handling professional subjects.
They must exhibit competence as evidenced by their professional
license, performance evaluation, consultancy and scholarly works.
Faculty members should at least be holders of a masters degree
in the discipline or its equivalent, a valid certificate of registration and
professional license, where applicable.
B. Recruitment, Selection and Orientation

Recruitment and selection of the faculty are among the


important activities undertaken by an institution. Success in the
implementation of an academic program depends to a great extent on
the quality of the faculty.

The institution should have an effective system of recruitment


and selection ofo the most qualified faculty. The system may include
the conduct of a psychological test interview, demonstration teaching,
etc. the process is a participative effort of the dean, chairperson,
faculty representative/s, and designated official. New faculty members
must be given orientation on the institutions VMGO and policies as
well as their responsibilities and privileges.

C. Faculty Adequacy and Loading

The institution should have an adequate number of faculties with


the appropriate qualifications to handle the courses offered by a
particular program. Teaching assignment/loading should be based on
the major/minor fields of specialization of the faculty. Their workload
should allow them time to prepare lessons, check papers and other
course requirements, advise students, conduct research and extension
activity and perform other instruction-related activities and institutional
service. If possible, the faculty should not be given more than three
academic subject preparations within a semester.

D. Rank and tenure


The institution should implement a system of promotion in rank
and salary based on existing policies and guidelines. Faculty members
must be informed of the Institutional policies on probation, extension,
renewal or termination of contract, promotion, and retirement.

E. Faculty Development
The institution should have a faculty Development Program. The
program should include criteria for the selection of scholars/grantees,
and opportunities/study privileges, research grants, training, etc., that
are available. Faculty members should be encouraged to join
professional organizations and to continuously upgrade their knowledge
and competence by participating in in-service training activities such as
seminars, conferences, workshops, etc.

F. Professional Performance and Scholarly Incentives


Teaching is the main function of the faculty and a performance
evaluation system should be based on objective criteria. The faculty
should also be involved in the dissemination of knowledge, innovations,
and technologies in national and international for and in the
development of instructional materials such as modules, software,
multi-media devises, etc. moreover, they are expected to render expert
services and consultancies.

G. Salaries, Fringe Benefits and Incentives.


The salary scale of the faculty follows the DBM salary
Standardization Scheme and the most recent government issuances on
compensation. Fringe Benefits of Faculty members such as leave
privileges and financial assistance should be embodied in the
Institutions Code or Manual in consonance with CSC and other
government policies and guidelines. Outstanding performance of faculty
should be recognized and incentives be given correspondingly.

H. Professionalism
Professionalism should be practiced based on the Civil Service
Code of Ethics for Government Officials and Employees. Academic
freedom should be judiciously exercised.

I. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits


Documents or printed materials, which serve as data or provide
information for the Program Performance Profile, and others identified
to belong to this area, should be available at the accreditations
center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits may
be added/presented to clarify issues and concerns about the program, as
required by the visiting team to support the claims in the written report.

Provision Numerical
(Check) Rating of
(/) Provision
m na A E AE
A. Academic Qualifications and Professional
Experience
A.1. The required numbers of faculty members
have earned graduate degrees appropriate
and relevant to the program.
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A.1.1. Masters degree in
Business and Management or
Business-related fields; and
A.1.2 degree in TM/HM/TrM/HRM
or related fields either in the
undergraduate or the
graduate studies; or three (3)
years of professional
experience in the field of
specialization of the industry.
A.2. Other qualifications such as the following
are considered:
m na r
A.2.1. related experience
A.2.2. licensure
A.2.3. Specialization
A.2.4 technical skills and
competence; and
A.2.5 special abilities.
A.3. faculty members demonstrate professional
competence and are engaged in any or a
combination of the following:
A.3.1. instruction;
A.3.2. research;
A.3.3. extension;
A.3.4 production;
A.3.5. consultancy and expert
service; and.
A.3.6. publication, creative and
scholarly works.
A.4. Faculty handling OJT/practicum courses
have had at least three (3) years of teaching
and industry-based experience in the area.
A.5. Faculty members have received academic
recognition such as scholarships/grants and
awards.
A.6. The faculty members have earned relevant
graduate degrees.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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m na A E AE
B. Recruitment, Selection and Orientation
B.1. Faculty recruitment is based on an
institutional Human Resource Development
Plan/Program.
B.2. Recruitment and selection is a
participative process involving the dean,
concerned chairperson, faculty
representative/s, and other administrators
concerned.
B.3. A Screening Committee selects and
recommends the best and qualified based
on set criteria.
B.4. The following criteria are considered in the
recruitment and selection of faculty
members:
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Mandatory:
B.4.1. academic qualifications;
B.4.2. personal qualities
B.4.3. communication skills;
B.4.4 teaching ability;
B.4.5. medical examination;
B.4.6. psychological
examination.
Optional:
B.4.7. professional/relevant
experiences, (if any);
B.4.8. psycho-social
characteristics (if applicable)
B.4.9. previews record of
employment, (if any);
B.4.10. technical/special skills
and abilities (if applicable);
and
B.4.11. previews performance
rating (if applicable).
B.5. The hiring system adopts an open
competitive selection, based on the CSC-
approved Merit System of the Institution
published and well-disseminated through
various media outlets:
B.5.1. print media;
B.5.2. announcement (TV,
Radio, bulletin board);
B.5.3. verbal invitation; and
B.4.4. others (specify)
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B.6. measures to avoid professional in-
breeding are observed.
B.7. the Institution conducts orientation for
newly-hired faculty on the institutional
vision, mission, CSC, PRC, DBM, and
administration policies on faculty duties and
responsibilities, promotion and other
privileges.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

Provision Numerical
(Check) Rating of
(/) Provision
m na A E AE
C. Faculty Adequacy and Loading
C.1. The required number of
specialization/core faculty members is
assigned to teach the professional subjects.
C.2. the faculty members are assigned to
teach their major/minor fields of
specialization.
C.3. Administrative arrangements are adopted
when vacancies/leaves of absence occur
during the school year.
C.4. Faculty schedule allows time for
preparation of lessons, checking of papers.
Records-keeping, class evaluation and other
instruction-related activities.
C.5. Faculty-student ratio meets the program
requirements and standards.
m na r
C.5.1. lecture (1:20);
C.5.2. laboratory (1:12)
C.6. Workload assignments and number of
preparations are in accordance with existing
workload guidelines.
C.7. There is a provision for incentives for
overload teaching assignments do not
exceed 12 hours a week.
C.8. Instruction-related assignments, such as
consultation, tutorial, remedial classes,
expert services, etc., are in consonance with
faculty workload guidelines
C.9. There is equitable, measurable, and fair
distribution of teaching and other
assignments.
C.10. Workload provides the faculty sufficient
time for teaching and/or research, extension
and other assigned tasks.
C.11. The maximum total load of a regular
full-time faculty member is 24 units per
term.ss in meritorious cases, an overload of
three (3) units may be allowed. In all cases,
a maximum load of 27 units are observed.
C.12. A faculty Manual has been published
formalizing faculty policies and standards.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:
Provision Numerical
(Check) Rating of
(/) Provision
m na A E AE
D. Rank and Tenure
D.1. The institution implements a system of
promotion in rank and salary based on
existing policies and issuances such as NBC
461.
D.2. The probationary period or temporary
status required before a permanent status
is granted to the faculty members is in
accordance with Civil Service and
institutional policies and guidelines.
D.3. Provisionary period of at least one (1) to
two (2) years is required to allow a faculty
member to prove his/her worth.
D.4. Faculty members are officially informed
of the extension, renewal, or termination of
their appointments.
D.5. Faculty members are officially informed
of their rank and tenure after evaluation.
D.6. The college implements a Merit System
and Promotion Plan (MSPP) which
emphasizes quality teaching performance,
research, creative work, extension and
production services.
D.7. At least 50% of the full-time faculties to
teach the professional courses are
permanent/regular.
D.8. retirement, separation or termination
benefits are granted in accordance with
institutional and government (CSC,
GSIS/DBM) policies and guidelines.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

E. Faculty Development
E.1. The Institution implements a sustainable
Faculty Development Program based on
identified priorities/needs.
E.2. An objective system of selecting deserving
faculty members to be granted scholarship,
fellowship, and training grants is adopted.
E.3. A regular institutional in-service training
program (at least once in a semester) is
conducted.
E.4. The Institution supports the professional
growth of the faculty by encouraging their
attendance in lectures, symposia,
conferences, seminars and workshops, etc.

Provision Numerical
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m na A E AE
E.5. Every faculty is an active member of at
least one professional/scientific organization
or honor society relevant to his/her
assignment and field of specialization.
E.6. Measures re observed to avoid monopoly
in the faculty attendance to capability-
enhancing seminars/conferences and/or
training programs.
E.7. The allocated budget for faculty
development is adequate and well-utilized.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

F. Professional Performance and Scholarly Works


The Faculty
F.1. Demonstrate skills and competencies in all
of the following:
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F.1.1. knowledge of the program
objectives/outcomes;
F.1.2. reflecting the program
outcomes clearly in the
course objectives;
F.1.3. knowledge/mastery of the
content, issues and
methodologies in the
discipline;
F.1.4. proficiency in the use of
the language of instruction;
F.1.5. higher order thinking
skills;
F.1.6. innovativeness and
resourcefulness in the
different instructional
process; and
F.1.7. integration of values and
work ethic in the teaching-
learning process.
F.2. Utilize ICT resources in the enhancement
of the teaching learning process.
F.3. Produce instructional materials, e.g.,
workbooks, manuals, modules, audio-visual
aids, etc. to facilitate learning.
F.4. Prepare and submit promptly required
reports and other academic outputs.
F.5. Update lecture notes through an
interface of relevant research findings and
new knowledge.
F.6. Serve as resource
person/lecturer/consultant in the field of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM.
F.7. Present/publish papers in
regional/national and/or international
magazines/refereed journals.
F.8. Regularly updates their respective course
syllabi.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

Provision Numerical
(Check) Rating of
(/) Provision
m na A E AE
G. Salaries, Fringe Benefits, and Incentives
G.1. Salaries is in accordance with existing
policies and guidelines.
G.2. Policies on salaries/benefits and other
privileges are disseminated to the faculty.
G.3. Salaries are paid regularly and promptly.
G.4. Teaching assignments beyond the regular
load are compensated (e.g., overload pay,
service credits, etc.).
G.5. Some of the following fringe benefits are
granted:
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G.5.1. maternity leave/paternity
leave with pay ;
G.5.2. sick leave;
G.5.3. study leave (with or
without pay);
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G.5.4.
Vac
ati
on
lea
ve;
G.5.5. tuition discount for
faculty and dependents;
G.5.6. clothing/uniform
allowance;
G.5.7. productivity
incentive/bonus;
G.5.8. anniversary bonus;
G.5.9. honoraria/incentives for
conducting research or for
SECTION MEAN:
the production of scholarly
______________________
works;
G.5.10. housing privilege; COMMENTS:
G.5.11. Sabbatical leave; and
G.5.12. others (specify)
___________
G.6. faculty members with outstanding
performance are given recognition/awards and
incentives.
G.7. Faculty members who are actually involved
in the production of scholarly materials are given
credits for their work.

H. Professionalism
The Faculty
H.1. Show sense of responsibility through all of
the following:
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H.1.1. regular and prompt
attendance in classes;
H.1.2. attendance and active
participation in faculty
meetings and college/
university activities;
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(Check) Rating of
(/) Provision
m na A E AE
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H.1.3. completion of assigned
tasks on time;
H.1.4. prompt submission of all
required reports; and
H.1.5. observance of proper
decorum at all times.
H.2. Follow the Code of Ethics of the
Profession, including the Code of Ethical
Standards for Government Officials and
Employees.
H.3. Exercise academic freedom judiciously.
H.4. Show commitment and loyalty to the
institution as evidenced by:
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H.4.1. observance of official
time;
H.4.2. productive use of official
time;
H.4.3. performance of
assignment, with or without
compensation; and
H.4.4. compliance with terms of
contracts/agreement (e.g.,
scholarship and training).
H.5.
Demo
nstrat
e
harm
oniou
s
interp
erson
al
relati
ons
with
superi
ors,
peers,
stude
nts,
paren
ts and
the
comm
unity.
H.6. Demonstrate knowledge of recent
educational trends/issues/resources in the
field of TM/HM/TrM/HRM.
H.7. Show evidence of professional growth
through further and continuing studies.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

I. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits


1. Board Resolutions on rank and tenure, and others that concern the
faculty.
2. Bulletins/display boards where important legislations, memoranda,
directives and circulars on fringe benefits are posted.
3. Class records.
4. Class schedule for the current semester and for the two (2) preceding
semesters.
5. Code of Professional Ethics/R.A. 6713 and other pertinent CSC
issuances.
6. Faculty Development Program.
7. Faculty Journal.
8. Faculty Manual.
9. Faculty performance and Rating System.
10. Faculty profile.
11. List of faculty and the training, seminars and conferences they
attended (indicate the date and place).
12. Merit System and Promotion Plan.
13. Minutes and attendance records of faculty meetings.
14. Minutes of meetings of the Selection Board.
15. Personnel records of disciplinary/administrative cases.
16. Plantilla of faculty.
17. Qualification standards.
18. Records of termination cases, if any.
19. Samples of results of recruitment and selection process
conducted showing the names of applicants.
20. Issuances on Compensation, Fringe Benefits and Incentives.
21. CHEd CMO and other pertinent policies and guidelines.
FACULTY

SUMMARY OF RATINGS

Numerical Descriptiv
Rating e Rating
A Academic Qualifications and
Professional Experience
B Recruitment, Selection and Orientation
C Faculty Adequacy and Loading
D Rank and Tenure
E Faculty Development
F Professional Performance and
Scholarly Works
G Salaries, Fringe Benefits, and
Incentives
H Professionalism

Total
Mean

LEAD ACCREDITOR/S
AREA III
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

A. Curriculum and Program of Studies


B. Instructional Processes, Methodologies and
Learning Enhancement Opportunities
C. Assessment of Academic Performance
D. Classroom Management
E. Graduation requirements
F. Administrative support for Effective Instruction
G. Documents and Additional Information and
Exhibits

AREA III: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION


Curriculum and instruction occupy center stage in any educational
program enhancement of the quality of these two allied areas deserves
utmost consideration for they determine primarily the prestige and strength
of the Institution. Its areas of concern are encompassing, e.g.: curricula and
program of studies, learning opportunities, assessment, instructional
materials, classroom management, and academic performance of students,
graduation requirements and administrative support for instruction.

A. Curriculum and Program of Studies


The curriculum must have content and design that will enable
the students to achieve intended learning outcomes. It should work
towards the pursuit of the mission of the institution, and the
attainment of the course objectives. It should include recent
developments in teaching and learning techniques, and professional
practice and take into account other attributes necessary for
employment, such as teamwork, communication, leadership skills, etc.

B. Instructional Processes, Methodologies and Learning Opportunities


The instructional process should provide learning opportunities
for the students. It should also make use of different strategies,
methodologies and techniques. Learning opportunities could be in the
following areas: 1.) teaching and learning; 2.) professional
development; and 3.) collaboration.

C. Assessment of Academic Performance


Assessment is an integral part of a curricular program for
purposes of continuous improvement. It is used to demonstrate how
well the program carries out the mission of the institution. The
methods used for assessment should demonstrate reliable
relationships between the educational experiences (curriculum) and
the expected outcomes. Assessment may be done before, during,
and after the implementation of the curricular program.

D. Classroom Management
The rules and practices relating to classroom management
should be conductive to effective instruction and should be carefully
observed. Measures should be taken to ensure punctual attendance of
faculty members in their scheduled classes. The rule on absences
should follow the institutions policy. Records of these absences should
be kept.

E. Graduation Requirements
Requirements for graduation are made clear and well-known to
the students. Research, practicum, on-the-job training and other
activities prescribed in the curriculum as requirements for graduation
should be strictly implemented to further improve quality of graduates.

F. Administrative Support for effective Instruction


To ensure effective instruction, it is necessary that students and
faculty are punctual in their respective classes. There should be
provisions for substitutions and special arrangements for absences or
leaves of faculty members.
Quality instruction should be sustained by requiring needed
instructional materials like syllabi, examination questions and
departmental examinations. Supervisory visits are extremely
necessary.
It is likewise desirable that researches on correlational studies
between faculty performance and student achievements be
undertaken.
G. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits
Documents or printed materials, which serve as data or provide
information for the Program Performance Profile, and others identified
to belong to this Area, should be available at the Accreditation Center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits may
be added/presented to clarify issues and concerns about the program, as
required by the visiting team to support the claims in the written report.

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A. Curriculum and Program of Studies
A.1. The curriculum/program of study meets
the requirements and standards of CHED,
Professional Regulations Commission,
Professional Organizations or Societies and
other related agencies. The programs
have the following components:
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TrM /HM
A.1.1. General 51 51
Education
courses
A.1.2. Business Core 21 21
A.1.3. Tourism Core 22 22
A.1.4. Specialized 36 36
Subjects
A.1.5. 6 7
Practicum/Work-
A.2. The curriculum reflects national and
Integrated
regional goals and institutional vision and
Learning
mission.
A.1.6. PE/NSTP provides(14 for
(14)
A.3. the curriculum the
)
development of the following professional
competencies:
A.3.
1.
acq
uisi
tio
n
of
kn
owl
ed
ge
of
the
ori
es
bas
ed
on
the
fiel
d
of
spe
cial
izat
ion
;
A.3.2. learning the application
of the theories to real
problems in the field; and
A.3.3.demonstrating the skills
to carry out the application
or strategy in actual work
setting.
A.4. The
cour
ses
are
logic
ally
seq
uen
ced
and
prer
equi
site
cour
ses
are
iden
tifie
d.
A.5. The curricular content responds to the
needs of the country and recent
developments in the profession.
A.6. The curricular content reflects the depth
and breadth of the professional and
technical preparation required of its
graduates.
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A.7. The
curri
culu
m
inte
grat
es
valu
es,
refle
ctiv
e of
nati
onal
cust
oms
,
cult
ure
and
tradi
tion
in
case
s
whe
re
appl
icabl
e.
A.8. The
curri
culu
m
prov
ides
for
opp
ortu
nitie
s for
parti
cipa
tion
in
acti
vitie
s,
such
as
imm
ersi
on/p
racti
cal
train
ing.
A.9. The following activities are undertaken to
ensure quality in the planning, design,
monitoring and review of the curriculum:
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A.9.1. periodic review,
assessment, and updating of
the curriculum; and
A.9.2. participation in the
development and revision of
the curriculum by the:
A.9.2.1. faculty
A.9.2.2. students
A.9.2.3. alumni
A.9.2.4. representatives from the
industry/sector; and
A.9.2.5. others (specify) ____________

A.10.
Ther
e is
a
syst
em
of
vali
dati
on
of
subj
ects
take
n
from
othe
r
scho
ols.
A.11. The program of study allows the
accommodation of students with special
needs and assists them to finish the
degree.

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B. Instructional Process, Methodologies and
Learning Opportunities
Syllabus
B.1. There is an updated syllabus for each
subject duly approved by the Dean or
official concerned.
B.2. The syllabus is comprehensive and
appropriate contents for the course are
included.
B.3. The syllabus allows flexibility to
accommodate revisions and adjustments
while the course progresses.
B.4. The syllabus includes a list of suggested
readings and references of recent edition.
B.5. The faculty provides a copy of the
syllabus to each student and discusses
this at the beginning of the course.
B.6. Copies of all syllabi during the term are
available at the Deans office or in any
appropriate repository.
B.7. There is Provision in the curriculum for
built-in remedial measures to strengthen
the basic skills in Mathematics and
English.
B.8. The syllabus incorporates the VMGO as
integrated to the course and it discussed
on the Course introduction.
Teaching Methods and Techniques
B.9. Classroom instruction is enriched through
the following strategies:
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B.9.1. symposia, seminars,
workshops, professional
lectures;
B.9.2. field trips/learning
visits/other co-curricular
activities;
B.9.3 peer
teaching/cooperative
learning; and
B.9.4. computer-assisted
instruction (CAI) and
computer-assisted Learning
(CAL)
B.10. Instruction is enriched through, at least,
ten (10) of the following techniques
(Please check the specific techniques
used):

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B.10.1. film showing;
B.10.2. projects
B.103. groups dynamics;
B.10.4. case study
B.10.5. workshops
B.10.6. simulations
B.10.7. dimensional question
approach;
B.10.8. brainstorming
B.10.9. buzz sessions
B.10.10. informal creative
groups;
B.10.11. interactive learning;
B.10.12.team teaching;
B.10.13. micro teaching
B.10.14. macro teaching
B.10.15. tandem teaching
B.10.16. peer teaching
B.10.17. multi-
media/courseware/
teachwares
B.10.18. experiments
B.10.19. problem solving
B.10.20. type study methods;
B.10.21. reporting; and
B.10.22. others (specify)
__________
B.11. Course requirements (at least three)
that contribute to quality and independent
study such as the following are used:
B.11.1. group/individual
projects;
B.11.2. group/individual reports
B.11.3. group/individual term
papers;
B.11.4. performance activities;
B.11.5. written and oral
examinations;
B.11.6. learning contract;
B.11.7. portfolio;
B.11.8. research study; and
B.11.9. others (specify)
___________

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B.12. Teaching strategies stimulate the
development of the students critical and
analytical thinking, and independent
learning.

B.13. Instructional strategies provide for


students individual needs and multiple
intelligence.
B.14. Instruction is conducted with the
following:
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B.14.1. submission of
approved and updated
syllabus per course;
B.14.2. regular classroom
observation and supervision;
B.14.3. regular faculty
meetings with the
Dean/Department Head; and
B.14.4. regular faculty
performance evaluation.
B.15. Instruction is enhanced though:
B.15.1.
attendance/participation
of faculty in in-service
training; and
B.15.2. conduct of
experimental classes, and
adoption of alternative
instructional delivery modes,
or use of current/updated
instructional methodologies.
Instructional Materials
B.16. Varied, multi-sensory materials and
computer programs are utilized for
instruction.
B.17. Instructional materials are reviewed and
recommended by an Instructional
Materials Committee.
B.18. Faculty members are encouraged to
produce their own instructional materials
such as modules, software, visual aids.
Manuals and textbooks.
B.19. The academic unit maintains consortia
and linkages with other learning
institutions for academic exchange of
instructional materials.
B.20. The prescribed textbook/s and other
reference materials are recent edition
(published within the last years) and
reflect recent trends, issues and content
related to the subject/course.

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C. Assessment of Academic Performance
C.1. The program of studies provides for the
evaluation of student performance through
a combination of the following:
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C.1.1. formative tests such
as quizzes, unit tests.
C.1.2.summative tests such
as mid-term and final
examinations
C.1.3. project and/or term
papers;
C.1.4. practicum and
performance tests; and
C.1.5. other course
requirements.
C.2. The summative tests administered are:
C.2.1. comprehensive
enough to test the
different levels of
cognitive skills and
knowledge of content;
and
C.2.2.Based On Table of
Specifications (TOS).
C.3. Varied evaluation measures are used,
such as:
C.3.1. portfolio;
C.3.2.rubric assessment;
C.3.3. skills demonstration;
C.3.4. paper and pencil tests;
C.3.5. oral examination
C.3.6. group/individual reports;
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C.3.7. groups/individual
research study; and
C.3.8. others (specify)
___________
C.4. Evaluation tools/instruments are reliable.
C.4.1. Faculty members are
trained in test
construction and
measurement.
C.4.2. Evaluation
tools/instruments are
reviewed periodically and
revised, if necessary.
C.5. The academic unit encourages and
supports assessment for individual
differences and multiple intelligence.
C.6. Course and test requirements are
returned to students after results are
checked, recorded, and analyzed.
C.7. The system of student evaluation and
grading is defined, understood, and
disseminated to:
C.7.1. academic
administrators;
C.7.2. faculty;
C.7.3. Students; and
C.7.4. parents/guardians.
C.8. The performance of the program under
review in Government examinations is
favorably comparable to the national
passing percentage:
Level of Performance Rating
50% Higher than the national passing 5
Percentage
25% Higher than the national passing 4
Percentage
Equal to the national passing 3
Percentage
25% lower than the national passing 2
Percentage

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C.9. Majority of the graduates succeed in
gaining employment in jobs related to
their education within the following
periods after graduation:

Below 1 year 5
One year to below 2 years 4
Two years to below 3 years 3
Three years to below 4 years 2
Four years and above 1

D. Classroom Management
D.1. Records of students daily attendance are
filed and used for monitoring and
guidance/counseling purposes.
D.2. The policy on students attendance in
classroom and on other instructional
activities is enforced.
D.3. Classroom discipline is maintained in
consonance with democratic practices.
D.4. Class officers and assigned students
assist in maintaining cleanliness of
classrooms, laboratories and corridors.
D.5. In classes using lecture and other similar
methods of teaching, the number of
students does not exceed 50.
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C.5.1. 30 sqm. 25
students.
C.5.2. 56 sqm. - 50
students.

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D.6. Independent work and performance are
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D.6.2. projects; and


D.6.3. the others (specify)
__________
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E. Graduation Requirements
E.1. The students are regularly informed of the
academic requirements of their course.
E.2. The academic unit offering the program
provides a system for student returnees
and transferees to meet the residence and
other graduation requirements.
E.3. Graduating students conduct research
and/or undergo practicum/OJT or other
activities prescribed in the curriculum to
enhance learning.
E.4. The College/Department of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM provides a system to
assist graduating students with academic
deficiencies, disciplinary cases, and other
problems which hinder issuance of
clearances.
E.5. The students are required to accomplish
clearance foe accountabilities and
responsibilities from the Institution before
graduation.

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F. Administrative Support for Effective
Instruction
F.1. The Institution implements rules on the
attendance of the faculty in their
respective classes.
F.2. There is a periodic faculty performance
evaluation in accordance with existing
institutional policies.
F.3. Dialogs involving the administration,
faculty and students are encouraged.
F.4. There is a system of awards and
recognition for outstanding achievements
of the faculty.
F.5. Quality instruction is assured through the
following strategies:
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F.5.1. requiring a syllabus for
each subject/course duly
approved by the
appropriate authority;
F.5.2. requiring the
submission of copies of
the mid-term and final
examination questions,
including corresponding
table of specifications to
the department head;
F.5.3. requiring the conduct
of summative
examinations
(Departmental
examination, etc.),
where applicable;
F.5.4. conducting supervisory
visits of classes;
F.5.5. holding of regular
faculty meetings by
dean/department
chairperson.
F.5.6. requiring consultations
between students and
faculty.

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F.5.6. requiring consultations
between students and
faculty.
F.5.7. encouraging the conduct
of studies on academic
performance of faculty
and students; and
F.5.8. providing for the
participation/attendance
of the faculty in in-
service activities.
F.6. Supervision/monitoring system is
designed to ensure sufficient class
preparation by the faculty.
F.7. Periodic faculty performance evaluation is
done by at least three of the following:
F.7.1. the academic
head/department
chairperson;
F.7.2. students;
F.7.3. the faculty member
himself/ herself;
F.7.4. peers; and
F.7.5. others (specify)
________
F.8. Graduating students are given fitting
recognition for exemplary academic and
non-academic performances.
F.9. Outstanding achievement is recognized
and encouraged through:
F.9.1. inclusion in honor roll,
Deans list, etc;
F.9.2. awarding of tuition
scholarships;
F.9.3. awarding of honor
medals and merit
certificates;
F.9.4. inclusion in honor
societies/honor
class/sessions, etc;

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F.9.5. granting of special
privileges such as
opportunities in
leadership and others
(except exemption from
major exams on all
professional business
subjects); and
F.9.6. granting of awards and
recognition for their
outstanding academic
accomplishments e.g.,
Best Thesis, Student
Researcher of the Year,
etc.
F.10.
Indi
cato
rs
on
perf
orm
anc
e of
grad
uate
s
are
stud
ied
as
follo
ws:
F.10.1. analysis of
performance of
graduates in the
Entrepreneurship
Licensure Examination ;
F.10.2. employability of
graduates; and
F.10.3. feedback from
employers regarding
performance of
graduates.
F.11. Awards and/or recognition are given to
students for exemplary academic and/or
non-academic performance.

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COMMENTS:
G. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits

1. Grading system.
2. CHED policies and standards.
3. Copies of instructional materials actually used.
4. Course curriculum.
5. Course syllabi.
6. Records of faculty performance evaluation done by students, peers,
superiors, etc.
7. Records of class observations together with the evaluation criteria
used.
8. Records of conducted remedial, special or make-up classes.
9. Samples of old course syllabi used in the three (3) years.
10. Samples of student projects and term papers in the current
school year.
11. Samples of teacher-made tests in the current school year.
12. System of accrediting, validating, substituting, and determining
equivalent courses/subjects taken in other institutions.
13. System to ensure quality in the formulation, monitoring and
review of the curriculum.

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

SUMMARY OF RATINGS
Numerical Descriptiv
Rating e Rating
A Curriculum and Program Studies
B Instructional Processes, Methodologies
and learning Enhancement
Opportunities
C Assessment of Academic Performance
D Classroom Management
E Graduation Requirements
F Administrative Support for Effective
Instruction

Total
Mean

LEAD ACCREDITOR/S

AREA IV
SUPPORT TO STUDENTS
A. Students Services Program
B. Admission and Retention
C. Guidance Program
D. Other Student Services
E. Scholarships/Grants
F. Co-curricular and Extra-curricular
Programs and Activities
G. Documents, Additional Information and
Exhibits

AREA IV: SUPPORT TO STUDENTS


Students are the raison d etre for the establishment of learning
institutions. Thus, the school has the responsibility to support the family and
other social institutions in the development of the total personality of the
student. Towards this end, a program of student services is designed as an
integral part of the institutional effectiveness. All activities should be planned
and implemented to assist the student to attain his/her maximum potential
and become a worthy contributor in his/her social environment. Students
support and services complement the TM/HM/TrM/HRM Program.

A. Student Services Program (SSP)


There should be a well-organized, properly administered and
adequately staffed program of student services. Such as program should
be provided with adequate services physical facilities and adequate
resources to attain its objectives. A program of activities should be known
and accepted by the administration, faculty and students.

B. Admission and Retention


The admission program of an institution should provide for the
selection and retention of students. Policies and practices should clearly
reflect the objectives of the Institution and must meet CHED standards
and other government regulations. Through established admission
criteria, the Institution should be able to select and classify applicants
who show reasonable chances of success in the different courses they
have chosen.

C. Guidance Program
A functional guidance program directed towards the welfare and total
personality development of the students should be provided by the
Institution. The objectives of the guidance program should be in
consonance with the vision and mission of the institution.
The guidance program should offer the following services:
a. Student orientation which aims to facilitate adjustment to college
life.
b. Individual inventory service designed to give information about the
students to aid them towards self-knowledge and self-realization;
c. Testing which aims to assist the students with sufficient educational,
social and occupational data to guide their choices and decisions;
d. Information service to provide the students with sufficient
educational, social and occupational data to guide their choices and
decisions;
e. Individual and group counseling designed to help the students
towards maximum self-realization and development to become fully
integrated, mature and responsible persons; and
f. Placement and follow-up services, which provide career counseling,
systematic contacts with alumni, job placement opportunities and
provisions for continuing education and involvement in community
service.

D. Other Students Services


The College/Department of TM/HM/TrM/HRM should have a well-
organized student assistance program to provide support to the students
through adequate financial aid, health, records management, and other
services to meet students needs and to complement their
academic/intellectual development during their stay in the Institution.

E. Scholarships/Grants
The College/Department of TM/HM/TrM/HRM should have a well-
organized and continuing scholarship program and grants which enable
deserving students needing assistance to finish a degree of their choice.

F. Co-curricular and Extra-curricular Programs and Activities


The College/Department of TM/HM/TrM/HRM should provide a variety
of co-curricular and extra-curricular programs and activities that
contribute to student development. The program should be well-organized
and directed by competent staff and qualified faculty members. Students
should be encouraged to take advantage of such activities that contribute
to the development of their talents and potentials. Programs and activities
should be evaluated so as to determine their effectiveness for student
developments.
G. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits
Documents or printed materials, which serve as data or provide
information for the Program Performance Profile, and others identified to
belong to this Area, should be available at the Accreditation Center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits may be
added/presented to clarify issues and concerns about the program, as
required by the visiting team to support the claims in the written report.

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A. Student Services Program (SSP)
Organizational Structure
Objectives
A.1. The objectives of the Students Services
Program are focused on students welfare,
growth and development.
A.2. The objectives are in consonance with the
mission, goals, and objectives of the
Institution.
A.3. The objectives are clearly defined.
A.4. they are known and understood by the
students, faculty and administration.
Student Services Unit (SSU)
A.5. The Institution has a Student Services
Unit (SSU)
A.6. The SSU has an organizational structure
which shows its relationship with other
units.
A.7. The SSU is headed by a qualified staff.
A.8. The SSU is staffed with classified
personnel.
A.9. The SSU plans, implements, monitors,
and coordinates student services.
A.10. There is a continuing and systematic
evaluation of the effectiveness of the
student services program.
Administrative Support
A.11. The various student services are
provided with adequate personnel,
physical facilities, equipment and
materials.
A.12. There is sufficient allocation for Student
Personnel Services (SPS) in the budget of
the College or Institution.
A.13. The SPS staff and personnel receive
salaries commensurate with their
professional qualification, position and
nature of work.
A.14. The SPS is represented in the policy and
decision-making bodies of the College or
Institution.
A.15. The programs and activities of the SPS
are recognized and given time for
implementation by the Administration.
A.16. There is evidence of prompt, courteous
and efficient services in the handling of
business transactions with students.
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B. Admission and Retention
Admission
B.1. There is an established system of student
recruitment, selection and admission.
B.2. The policies and procedures on selection
and admission of students are
disseminated and implemented.
B.3. The Institutions selection and admission
criteria/requirements conform to those
prescribed by CHED.
B.4. Student admission records as
enumerated below are available and filed:
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B.4.1. enrollment trends.
B.4.2. drop-out rate;
B.4.3. licensure examination
results and passing
percentage;
B.4.4. employability of
graduates/ graduate tracer;
B.4.5. student transferees;
and
B.4.6. student classification
by specialization.
Retention
B.6. A system of student retention is properly
implemented.
B.7. Retention policies are approved by the
Academic Council and the Board of
Regents/Trustees of the concerned
Institution.

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C. Guidance Program
C.1. The head of the Guidance and Counseling
Unit/Department and all guidance
counselors are licensed.
C.2. the Guidance Program Service is headed
by at least an MS in Guidance Counseling
and supported by qualified staff.
Orientation for Students
C.3. The orientation program is aimed at the
students adjustment to college life.
C.4. It is conducted regularly at the start of
the school year.
C.5. Special orientation activities are arranged
for transferees and returning students.
Individual Inventory Service
C.6. Every student has an updated profile that
is regularly filed at the guidance office.
C.7. The guidance counselor maintains
confidentiality of the individual record of
students.
Testing Service
C.8. There is a systematic and continuing
testing program.
C.9. A variety of tests and evaluative tools are
used in guidance/counseling services.
C.10 Results are readily available to the
students to guide them in making
decisions regarding their academic life.
C.11. Results are utilized in designing
activities to meet students needs.
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Information Service
C.12. Relevant educational, occupational and
social information is available.
C.13. Information is up-to-date, organized and
disseminated to the students.
Counseling Service
C.14. Counselor-student ratio meets CHED
requirements.
C.15. The counseling office has facilities for
particular student/s.
C.16. The counseling service is coordinated
with the faculty concerned.
C.17. A device for evaluating regularly the
guidance program exists.
Placement and Follow-up Services
C.18. The school provides placement services
to prospective graduates.
C.19. The school maintains liaison with its
alumni and involves them in school affairs.
C.20. Through the guidance office, the school
links with industries and other prospective
employers of graduates.
C.21. Career guidance is provided to enable
students to choose appropriate
program/major course.
C.22. Follow-up of graduates performance on
the job (employment).
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C.22.1. awards received; and
C.22.2. key positions in
private and government
agencies
C.23.
Follo
w-
up
of
grad
uate
s
perf
orm
anc
e on
the
job
(ent
repr
ene
ursh
ip)
C.23.1. successful enterprise
C.24. Follow-up of graduates performance in
government examination, if any.
C.24.1. high percentage of
passing TM/HM/TrM/HRM
examination, if any.

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COMMENTS:

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D. Other Student Services
Health Services
D.1. Health programs and services for the
students are provided by professionally
trained personnel.
D.2. The medical/dental units are provided
with supplies and equipment.
D.3. Health programs and services are
available to students including up-to-date
information to parents or guardians
whenever students have serious health
problems.
D.4. There is a continuing medical/dental
program designed for:

D.4.1. diagnostic purposes;


D.4.2. first-aid; and
D.4.3. prevention and
Prophylaxis.
Food
Services
D.5. A clean and comfortable place for serving
meals is provided.
D.6. Nutritious and well-balanced meals are
served.
D.7. Food items are reasonably priced.
D.8. There is sanitary and well-supervised
kitchen.
D.9. A sufficient department and health-
certified competent staff manage the
canteen.
Sports Development Program
D.10. Policies and procedures are
implemented in the selection of athletes.
D.11. Financial support and/or scholarships
are available to deserving athletes.
D.12. The Sports Services Unit is provided with
the necessary facilities, equipment,
supplies and materials.
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(Check)
(/)
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D.13. There is a regular monitoring and
evaluation of sports activities.
Student Publication
D.14. There is policies and guidelines
governing students publications.
D.15. Student publication is managed by an
editorial board assisted by competent
adviser/s.
D.16. The school paper is regularly published
with at least one issue per semester.
D.17. There is a publication office provided
with the necessary facilities, equipment,
supplies, and materials.
D.18. The content of the publication reflects
the students ideas, opinions and
concerns.
D.19. The publication highlights and
documents the students achievements,
activities and performance in both
academic endeavors.
D.20. The performance of the Publication Unit
is regularly evaluated.
Socio-Cultural Development Program
D.21. The Institution has a socio-cultural
development program.
D.22. The socio-cultural activities are regularly
conducted.
D.23. The activities develop and enhance the
students creativity and skills.
D.24. The socio-cultural activities are
periodically monitored and evaluated.
D.25. The financial assistance program
includes the following:
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D.25.1. academic
scholarships;
D.25.2. educational loans;
D.25.3. student assistantship;
D.25.4. assistance to students
who attend workshops,
seminars and other
training opportunities.

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D.25.5. grants-in-aid;
D.25.6. varsity players and
athletes privileges;
D.25.7. privileges to members
of school bands and cultural
groups; and
D.25.8. others (specify) _______
Housing Services
D.26. There is established policies in the
operation of housing services (optional).
D.27. Services are managed by committed,
competent and full-time staff (optional).
D.28. Dormitory rules and regulations are
enforced.
D.29. There is a periodic monitoring and
evaluation of dormitories and present
boarding houses.
D.30. The school coordinates with operators
and owners of private boarding houses
for students housing needs and
safeguards the student boarders
welfare.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

E. Scholarships/Grants
E.1. The Institution implements a functional
and continuing scholarship program.
E.2. The college provides privileges, such as:
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E.2.1. free and discounted
school fees;
E.2.2. monthly
stipend/allowance;
E.2.3. book allowance;
E.2.4. housing (optional); and
E.2.5. others (specify)
__________
E.3. There are policies and guidelines
implemented in the selection and
retention of academic scholars.

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E.4. There are policies and guidelines
implemented in the selection and
retention of grantees as follows:
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E.4.1. dependent children of
faculty and staff;
E.4.2. dependent children of
barangay officials;
E.4.3. indigenous groups;
E.4.4. handicapped persons;
and
E.4.5. others, as mandated by
law (please specify) __________
E.5. There are policies and guidelines
implemented in the selection and
retention of the members of:
E.4.1. dance troupes;
E.4.2. dramatic guild;
E.4.3. choral groups;
E.4.4. school band/drum and
bugle corps;
E.4.5. others cultural groups.
E.6. There are policies and guidelines
implemented in the selection and
retention of athletes/varsity players.
E.7. The scholars/grantees are informed of
their responsibilities concerning:
E.7.1. grade requirement;
E.7.2. duration/time frame of
grants or scholarships; and
E.7.3. policies and regulations
governing the
scholarships/grants.
E.8. There is monitoring of scholars/grantees
performance to enable them to maintain
their scholarship grants.
E.9. There is a scheme for fund generation
from sponsors, benevolent individuals,
institutions and/or organizations.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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F. Co-curricular and Extra-curricular Programs
and Activities
F.1. Activities are designed to enhance
students total development.
F.2. There is qualified and competent faculty
advisers for the different organizations
and clubs.
F.3. The following opportunities are offered at
the Office of Student Services to provide
for the varied interests/talents of the
students:
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F.3.1. student councils and
organizations;
F.3.2. cultural groups;
F.3.3. sports and recreational
activities;
F.3.4. spiritual development
activities;
F.3.5. academic contests (e.g.,
quiz shows, debates,
etc.);
F.3.6. training/seminars/fora/
conferences; and
F.3.7. others (specify) _________
F.4. The system of incentives, recognition and
awards for outstanding achievements in
co-curricular and extra-curricular activities
is established.
F.5. A regular evaluation of students co-
curricular activities is conducted.
F.5.1. students participation
in evaluating co-
curricular activities; and
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(Check) Rating of
(/) Provision
m na A E AE
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F.5.2. evaluation results are
taken into consideration
in improving or revising
the co-curricular
programs.
F.6. The students are involved in
organizations, if any.
F.6.1. Federation of Hotel and
Restaurant Management
Students of the Phil.
(FEHRMSP);
F.6.2. Council of Tourism
Students, Schools,
colleges and Universities
(COTSSCU);
F.6.3. others, (specify)
__________

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

G. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits

1. Annual repots
2. Copy of Budget for Student Services.
3. Copy of student services program.
4. Guidance Manual
5. Guidance Program
6. List of recognized student organizations and their programs.
7. Organizational Chart of Student Affairs Unit.
8. Research studies on students needs, problems, profile, etc.
9. School organ.
10. Student Handbook.
11. Student Services: staff, positions, and qualifications.
12. Testing programs/instruments.
13. Updated Alumni Directory.

SUPPORT TO STUDENTS

SUMMARY OF RATINGS

Numerical Descriptiv
Rating e Rating
A Student Services Program
B Admission and Retention
C Guidance Program
D Other Student Services
E Scholarships/Grants
F Co-Curricular and Extra-Curricular
Programs and Activities
Total
Mean

LEAD ACCREDITOR/S

AREA V
RESEARCH

A. Priorities and Relevance


B. Funding and Other Resources
C. Implementation, Monitoring, Evaluation
and Utilization of Research
Results/Outputs
D. Publication and Dissemination
E. Documents, Additional Information and
Exhibits

AREA V: RESEARCH
Research is an avenue through which new knowledge is discovered,
applied or verified and through which appropriate technologies are
generated. Thus, it is a basic requirement for an educational institution to
have a firmly established research and development program. Its thrusts and
priorities should be congruent with those identified in the development plans
of regional and national R and D-oriented agencies such as NEDA, COST,
CHED, etc.

The institutional leadership in research should be proactive and


developmental in orientation. It must provide adequate and sustained
budget allocation annually for the College. Adequate physical facilities,
laboratory equipment and supplies for research should be provided. The
College/Department of TM/HM/TrM/HRM has to maintain strong research
linkages with various R and D agencies.

A. Priorities and Relevance


The Institution shall conceptualize and implement identified researches
(preferably multidisciplinary and collaborative in nature) in consonance
with institutional, regional and national priorities. The Institutions
research should be consistent with its priorities and those emphasized in
the Agenda of the DOST, CHED, etc.

B. Funding and Other Resources


The SUC shall be encouraged to allocate funds for research. Resources
from various local and foreign agencies should be explored to augment
the Institutions appropriation. In-house reviews shall be conducted
periodically. Research results are disseminated to local and national
instrumentalities interested in collaborating with academic institutions.

C. Implementation, Monitoring, Evaluation and Utilization of Research


Results/Outputs
Each faculty member is required to undertake or conduct research
especially in his/her field of specialization to supplement to improve the
teaching-learning process and satisfy one of the four-fold mandated
functions of SUC. To sustain the quality of researches, incentives through
honoraria, grants of service credits and work-load adjustments shall be
afforded to the faculty who are conducting research. The conduct of
department researches shall be encouraged in addition to specialized
researches undertaken by the faculty. At best, a collective and/or
collaborative research undertaken by the Institution/College must be
defined and focused. Moreover, completed researches shall be pilot-
tested and eventually utilized.

D. Publication and Dissemination


Researches whether on the proposal, on-going or completed stage may
be published in the proper media and disseminated to target clientele.

E. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits


Documents or printed materials, which serve as data or provide
information for the Program Performance Profile, and others identified to
belong to this Area, should be available at the Accreditation Center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits may be
added/presented to clarify issues and concerns about the program, as
required by the visiting team to support the claims in the written report.
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A. Priorities and Relevance
A.1. The University/college/Department has a
research unit managed by competent and
capable personnel as evidenced by the
scholarly outputs.
A.2. The Institutions research agenda is an
consonance with institutional, regional and
national priorities especially those of
government agencies such as DOST,
CHED-National Higher Education Research
Agenda, NEDA, etc.
A.3. The following stakeholders participate in
the formulation of research agenda
identified as institutional thrusts and
priorities:
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A.3.1. administrators
A.3.2. faculty;
A.3.3. student;
A.3.4. government agency
representatives (DOST,
CHED, NEDA, etc.)
A.3.5 stakeholders and
beneficiaries.
A.4. The research activities of the
TM/HM/TrM/HRM program are in
consonance with the research agenda of
the Institution.
A.5. Action researches to test theory through
practice with emphasis on specific inquiry
and critical judgment are conducted by
faculty and students.
A.6. Team research is encouraged with or
without the assistance of student
assistants.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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Provision Provision
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B. Funding and Other Resources
The Institution
B.1. Allocates funds for the conduct of faculty
and student research activities.
B.2. Establishes linkages in the local/national/
international levels for funding support
and assistance are evident.
B.3. Provides facilities and equipment such as
Internet, statistical software, and other ICT
resources, if necessary.
B.4. Provides research personnel and other
support services, if necessary.
B.5. Generates income from patents, licenses,
and copyrights, and other research
outputs, if applicable.
B.6. Provides a conductive and well- equipped
workplace including a research resource
center/area, laboratory rooms, facilities,
supplies and materials.
B.7. Establishes a functional and long-range
program of faculty/staff development to
strengthen research capability and
competence.
B.8. There is evidence of collaborative and
interdisciplinary conduct of research
activities.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

C. Implementation, Monitoring, Evaluation and


Utilization of Research Results/Outputs
C.1. The College/Department of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM has a Research and
Development Unit managed by competent
and capable faculty.
C.2. The Institution has a Research Manual
which provides specific guidelines and
conduct of research activities.
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of Rating of
Provision Provision
(Check) (/)
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C.3. Faculty members conduct applied and
operational researches in line with their
fields of specialization, to improve
operations, teaching content and
procedures.
C.4. The Institution provides incentives for
faculty researches such as honoraria,
service credits, deloading, and others.
C.5. The college/ Department of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM encourage and/or require
its students to conduct research activities,
as a course requirement and/or to test or
generate new knowledge/technology.
C.6. The Institution provides opportunities for
advanced studies and training to develop
faculty research competence.
C.7. Completed and on-going research studies
are periodically monitored and evaluated
during local and regional in-house reviews.
C.8. Research results and outputs are utilized
as inputs to:
C.8.1. institutional
development
C.8.2. improvement of
instructional processes;
and
C.8.3. transfer of generated
technology to the
community.
C.9. Research results and outputs are utilized
as inputs to:
C.9.1. research outputs are
protected by IPR laws; and
C.9.2. faculty and students
observe research ethic
and avoid malpractices
like plagiarism,
fabrication of data, etc.
C.10. Packaged technologies and new
information are disseminated to the target
clientele through appropriate delivery
systems.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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D. Publication and dissemination
D.1. The Institution provides avenues for the
dissemination of research results, such as
for a, conferences, faculty seminars, and
other communication media.
D.2. The Institution regularly publishes a
research journal, and maintains a library
exchange of research publications.
D.3. Research manuscripts/technical reports
are well-edited and written in proper style
and in an institutionally established
format.
D.4. The Institution encourages/supports the
faculty in any or all of the following
activities:
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D.4.1. Instructional Materials
Development;
D.4.2. paper presentation,
classroom, lectures, and
other similar activities;
D.4.3. editorship/writing in
academic, scientific and
professional journal; and
D.4.4. thesis/dissertation
advising.
D.5.
Res
earc
h
resu
lts
are
publ
ishe
d
pref
erab
ly in
refer
eed
jour
nals.
D.6. Research results are disseminated to
target clientele.
D.7. Research results/findings are presented in
various media outlets.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

E. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits

1. Approved budget allocation indicating the source and amount of funds.


2. Copies of Memoranda of agreement.
3. Inventory of research facilities.
4. List and samples of research outputs/reports for the two (2) years.
5. List of researches completed during the last two (2) years and some
samples.
6. List of technical support provided by administration.
7. Proceedings of research in-house reviews.
8. Profile of research staff.
9. Published and unpublished researches in printed form.
10. Research Journal
11. Research linkages
12. Research Manual.
13. Research Program incorporating researches of students.
RESEARCH

SUMMARY OF RATINGS

Numerical Descriptiv
Rating e Rating
A Priorities and Relevance
B Funding and Other Resources
C Implementation, Monitoring,
Evaluation and Utilization of Research
Results/Outputs
D Publication and Dissemination

Total
Mean

LEAD ACCREDITOR/S
AREA VI
EXTENSION AND COMMUNITY
INVOLVEMENT

A. Priorities and Relevance


B. Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and
Evaluation
C. Funding and Other Resources
D. Community Involvement and Participation
E. Documents, Additional Information and
Exhibits

AREA VI: EXTENSION AND COMMUNITY


INVOLVEMENT
The extension function makes the Institutions presence felt in the
community. It involves the application of existing and new knowledge and
technology and those generated in the Institution to improve the quality of
life of the people. Through the extension program, people are empowered
with appropriate knowledge, attitudes and skills. Thus, extension services
cater to various aspects of the community life, e.g., economic growth,
promotion of health, environmental management, and social transformation.

The Institution plans and implements an extension program should


have a budgetary support and other resource allocation. The faculty
members may serve as organizers, facilitators, coordinators, service
providers, and change agents in the community as forms of extension and
community involvement.
Careful planning and coordination with other community outreach
agencies should be considered to avoid duplication of services offered to the
clientele.

A. Priorities and Relevance


Extension services are provided by the College/Department of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM in response to the needs and urgent concerns of the
community it serves. Likewise, it takes into consideration local, regional
and national development thrusts. The services extended should
reflective of the institutions vision, mission, goals and objectives.

B. Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation


There is an extension unit which coordinates a functional extension
program. Stakeholders, administration, faculty, and students are involved
in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of extension
activities. Multi disciplinary and multi-sectoral approach is encouraged in
the conduct of the various extension activities.

C. Funding and Other Resources


The extension program is provided with a definite budget to ensure its
sustainability. Funds, as well as material and service inputs from the
Institution or from other agencies, are needed in the implementation of a
viable extension program.

D. Community Involvement and Participation in the Institutions Activities.


A harmonious and collaborative school-community relationship is a
major factor in the life of an extension program. The community should be
invited to participate in the planning, implementing, monitoring and
evaluation of activities, as well as sourcing of funds and other resources.

E. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits.


Documents or printed materials, which serve or provide information for
the Program Performance Profile, and others identified to belong to this
Area, should be available at the Accreditation Center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits may be
added/presented to clarify issues and concerns about the program, as
required by the visiting team to support the claims in the written report.
Existence Numerical
of Rating of
Provision Provision
(Check) (/)
m na A E AE
A. Priorities and Relevance
A.1. The College/Department of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM has a benchmark survey
of the problems, needs and resources of
the community.
A.2. The extension program and activities are
based on needs, problems and resources
of the community.
A.3. The extension program considers local,
regional and national development thrusts
and priorities.
A.4. the Vision and mission of the Institution
and the goals and objectives of the
College/Department of TM/HM/TrM/HRM
being evaluated are reflected in the
extension program and activities.
A.5. The extension activities complement the
curriculum of the TM/HM/TrM/HRM
program.
A.6. There is established linkages with local,
foreign, and non-governmental agencies.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:
B. Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and
Evaluation
Planning
B.1. The administration, faculty, students and
other stakeholders of the
College/Department of TM/HM/TrM/HRM
are involved in the identification and
planning of extension program and
activities.
B.2. Concerned stakeholders (administration,
faculty and students) are involved in the
organization of extension program and
activities.
B.3. The extension program and activities
serve varied clientele or groups.

Existence Numerical
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Provision Provision
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m na A E AE
Implementation
B.4. There is a district office or unit that
oversees the implementation of the
extension program.
B.5. The extension program is well-designed
and disseminated.
B.6. The administration, faculty, and students
are involved in the implementation of
extension activities.
B.7. A system to make the conduct of
extension projects sustainable and
continuing is adopted.
B.8. There is a pool of consultants/experts
from various disciplines to serve in special
extension projects.
B.9. The extension program transfers
appropriate technology to the target
clientele as planned.
B.10. The extension program and activities are
relevant to the TM/HM/TrM/HRM program.
B.11. Packaged technologies/new information
are disseminated to the target clientele
through appropriate extension delivery
systems.
B.12. The extension activities are documented
in the form of:
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B.12.1. pamphlets;
B.12.2. fliers.
B.12.3. bulletin; and
B.12.4. newsletter.
B.13. Monitoring and evaluation instruments
or processes are available on file.
B.14. Periodic monitoring and evaluation of
extension activities are conducted to
provide feedback on the program.
B.15. Results of monitoring and evaluation are
disseminated and discussed with
concerned stakeholders.
B.16. Re-planning of activities based on
feedbacks is conducted to improve
delivery of extension service.
B.17. Accomplishment and terminal reports
are submitted on time.

Existence Numerical
of Rating of
Provision Provision
(Check) (/)
m na A E AE
B.18. Accomplishment reports are filed for
reference purposes.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

C. Funding and Other Resources


C.1. There is a definite and approved
budgetary allocation for the extension
program.
C.2. The budget for the extension program is
utilized as purposed/planned.
C.3. The College/Department of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM sources out additional
funding from other agencies.
C.4. The College/Department of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM sources out technical
assistance and service inputs from other
agencies.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

D. Community Involvement and Participation


Institutions activities
D.1. There is community participation and
involvement in extension activities along:
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D.1.1. planning
D.1.2. implementation

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Provision Provision
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m na A E AE
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D.1.3. monitoring and
evaluation;
D.1.4. sourcing of funds,
materials and other
service inputs; and
D.1.5. utilization of
technology/
knowledge/skills learned
or acquired from the
extension activities.
D.2. The college is committed to the service
and development of the wider community.
D.2.1. It initiates and
maintains community
development projects.
D.2.2. it involves the
students, faculty and the
other sectors of the
school population in
these projects.
D.2.3. it coordinates its
community service
programs with existing
services in the wider
community.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

E. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits


1. Annual Reports
2. Budgetary allocation for extension.
3. Community linkages.
4. Copies of Memoranda of agreement.
5. Copies of the Institutional and college extension program.
6. Extension activity reports.
7. Extension Manual.
8. Monitoring and evaluation reports.
9. Needs assessment or survey results.
10. Organizational set-up of extension office/unit.
11. Photos of extension activities.
12. Roster of consultants/experts.
13. Samples of packaged technologies.
EXTENSION AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

SUMMARY OF RATINGS

Numerical Descriptiv
Rating e Rating
A Priorities and Relevance
B Planning, Implementation, Monitoring,
and Evaluation
C Funding and Other Resources
D Community Involvement and
Participation

Total
Mean

LEAD ACCREDITOR/S
AREA VII
LIBRARY
A. Administration
B. Personnel
C. Collection Development, Organization and
Preservation
D. Service and utilization
E. Physical Set-up and facilities
F. Financial Support
G. Linkages
H. Documents, Additional Information and
Exhibits.

AREA VII: LIBRARY


The library is the heart of any learning institution. It is synergy of people,
hardware and software whose purpose is to assist clients in using knowledge
and technology to transform and improve their lives.
Information and knowledge are essential to the attainment of institutional
goals. The ways in which they are selected, acquired, stored, accessed and
distributed within the Institution will, in large measure, determine the
success of teaching, research and other academic concepts. The Institution
thrives on clear policies concerning access to, and provision of information.
Thus, the library must take an active in the development and
implementation of these policies.
Each institution has a unique vision, mission, goals and objectives. These
are influenced by its philosophy, geographical location and social
responsibility. Similarly, as a subsystem of the institution, the library has a
unique role to perform.

A. Administration
The library should be administered and supervised by a full-time,
registered librarian with at least, a Masters degree in TM/HM/TrM/HRM
under a clearly drawn by its organizational set-up. It should be
administered in a manner on which allows and encouraged the fullest and
most effective use of available library resources.
The head librarian may have an academic status (classified as
academic nonteaching staff) and actively participates in curricular,
instructional and research matters. A library Board/committee should
serve as a conduit between the library and its users. It should work
towards the continued development and improvement of library resources
and services.
The head librarian should develop a long range plan. He/she must have
a systematic and continuous program for evaluating library performance.
He/she must prepare systems and procedures for library operation and
utilization in coordination with administration, the faculty and the
students.

B. Personnel
The library should have a sufficient number of staff to organize and
maintain the collection as well as to manage information and reference
services for the clientele.

C. Collection Development, Organization and Preservation


The librarys varied resources should be adequate to serve the
Institutions instructional and research needs. It must have subsystem of
progressive development and growth in accordance with the Institutional
Development Plan.

D. Services
The overriding goal of the library is to provide services to the academic
community. These services are measured by their effectiveness in
meeting the users needs.

E. Physical Set-up and Facilities


The library should provide adequate and appropriate space and
facilities to serve the academic community. It should be strategically
planned and functionally designed to allow for arrangement and future
expansion. A separate building for the library would be ideal.

F. Financial Support
The library should have separate, realistic and adequate budget to
support its various activities and services. The budget proposal is
prepared in consultation with the Library Board/Committee.

G. Linkages
A network of alliances/relationships extending beyond the Institution
could enhance the library services. These linkages may be customary,
contractual or cooperative. In collaboration with other libraries, it
participates in activities that could enhance the attainment of its
objectives.

H. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits.


Documents or printed materials, which serve or provide information for
the Program Performance Profile, and others identified to belong to this
Area, should be available at the Accreditation Center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits may be
added/presented to clarify issues and concerns about the program, as
required by the visiting team to support the claims in the written report.

Existence Numerical
of Rating of
Provision Provision
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m na A E AE
A. Administration
A.1. The organizational structure of the library
is well-defined.
A.2. The library is managed by a licensed,
educationally qualified and competent
librarian with an MS Library Science
degree.
A.3. The head librarian directs and supervises
the total operation of the library and is
responsible for the administration of its
resources and services.
A.4. the head librarian, preferably with an
academic rank, actively participates in the
academic and administrative activities of
the institution.
A.5. There is a library Board/Committee which
sets library policies, rules and procedures
and periodically reviews them.
A.6. The annual reports, accomplishment
reports and other reports of the library are
promptly submitted to the higher offices
concerned.
A.7. There is duly approved and widely
disseminated Library Manual or written
policies and procedures covering the
librarys internal administration and
operational activities.
A.8. a Library Development Plan is prepared in
consultation with the Institutions official
and stakeholders.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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B. Staff and Personnel
B.1. The library is staffed with qualified
personnel.
B.2. The library meets the required number of
qualified and licensed librarians and
support staff to meet the needs of the
school population, curricular offerings,
teaching methods, research and extension
activities, size and scope of the collection
and rate of circulation.
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B.2.1. One (1) full-time
professional librarian for
every 1,000 students.
B.2.2. A ratio of one (1)
librarian to two (2)
staff/clerks.
B.3. There is a sustainable and functional staff
development program.
B.4. The library personnels compensation,
retirement, and fringe benefits, as well as
other privileges, are granted in
accordance with existing government laws
and institutional policies.
B.5. Opportunities are provided for the
professional growth of the personnel.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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C. Collection Development, Organization and
Preservation
C.1. There is a written Collection Development
Policy which is regularly reviewed and
evaluated by the Library
Board/Committee.
C.2. The Library Board/Committee and other
officials/personnel participate in the
selection and acquisition of library
materials and resources.
C.3. The library collection and services
support the vision/mission, goals and
objectives of the Institution, College and
Program, respectively.
C.4. The core collection of at least 5,000 titles
for a college library or 10,000 titles for a
university library supports the instruction,
research and other programs of the
Institution.
C.5. Thirty percent (30%) of the library
holdings are of current edition, i.e. with
copyright within the last 10 years.
C.6. There is provision for non-print, digital
and electronic resources made accessible
through sufficient hardware/equipment.
C.7. The library provides sufficient research
books and materials to supplement the
clients curricular needs.
C.8. The library maintains an extensive
Filipiniana collection.
C.9. The library provides 3-5 books/journals
title for professional subjects in the major
fields of specialization.
C.10. The collection is organized according to
an accepted scheme of classification and
standard code of cataloguing.
C.11. There is an available integrated library
system that facilitates the organization of
library resources.
C.12. Provisions are made for the
preservation, general care, and upkeep of
library resources.
C.13. Regular weeding-out program is
conducted to maintain a relevant and
updated collection.

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C.14. The quality and quantity of library
materials/resources conform to the
standards set for a particular academic
program.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

D. Services and Utilization


D.1. The library is open for at least 54 hours
per week (for a college) or 60 hours per
week (for a university).
D.2. The Library adopts a system which
provides faculty, students and other users
greater access to its collection and
services.
D.3. The library promotes and disseminates its
program through a regular announcement
of its new acquisitions, resources,
facilities, and services.
D.4. Librarians/staff are available during
library hours to assist and provide library
services to users.
D.5. Provisions are made for the following
services/programs:
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D.5.1. functional and
interactive library web
page;
D.5.2. integrated library
system which offers:
D.5.2.1. on-line public
access (OPAC);
D.5.2.2. circulation on-
line;
D.5.2.3. computerized
cataloguing;

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D.5.2.4. inventory
reporting;
D.5.2.5. serials control;
D.5.2.6. internet
searching;
D.5.2.7. CDROM services;
D.5.2.8. on-line database;
D.5.2.9. photocopying;
and
D.5.2.10. bar coding.
D.5.3. provisions for
multimedia services.
D.6. Internet access is encouraged but not
made a substitute for book holdings.
D.7. Statistical data on the utilization of
various resources and services are
complied and used to improve the library
collection and operations.
D.8. Lending policies are fair and extended to
all legitimate users.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

E. Physical Set-up and Facilities


Location and Site
E.1. The Library is strategically located and is
accessible to students, faculty and other
clientele.
E.2. The library is systematically planned and
structured to allow future expansion.
Space Requirement
E.3. The size of the library meets standards
requirements considering present
enrollment and future expansion of the
library.

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E.4. The library seating capacity is at least 5%
of the total number of students enrolled.
E.5. Space is provided for print resources as
well as workstations for electronic
resources.
E.6.Space is provided for the print resources
as well as work station for electronic
resources.
E.7. Ramps for the physically disabled
(differently-abled) are provided.
Furniture and Equipment
E.8. The library meets required standard-sized
furniture and equipment.
E.9. The following library furniture and
equipment are available (indicate
number):
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E.9.1. adjustable/movable
shelves;
E.9.2. magazine display
shelves;
E.9.3. newspaper racks;
E.9.4. standard tables and
chairs.
E.9.5. carrels for individual
study;
E.9.6. desks and chairs for
staff;
E.9.7. charging desk;
E.9.8. dictionary stand;
E.9.9. Atlas stand;
E.9.10. bulletin boards and
display cabinets;
E.9.11. vertical file cabinets;
E.9.12. book racks;
E.9.13. map stands/cabinets;
E.9.14. cardex/rotadex or any
filing equipment for
periodical records.
E.9.15. typewriter;
E.9.16. computer with printer;
and
E.9.17. others (specify)
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Physical Provisions for Reading
E.10. The library is well lighted.
E.11. The library is ventilated.
E.12. The atmosphere is conductive to
learning.

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Security/Control
E.13. Fire extinguishers and a local fire alarm
system are available.
E.14. The library employs a system for
security and control resources.
Multimedia
E.15. There is provision for the acquisition and
utilization of the latest IT software and
multi-media equipment.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:
F. Financial Support
F.1. The Institution allocates a regular and
realistic budget for the library.
F.2. The head librarian and staff, in
coordination with other officials of the
Institution, prepare and manage the
annual library budget
F.3. All fees and funds allocated for library
resources and services are utilized solely
for such purposes and are properly
audited.
F.4. Other sources of financial assistance are
sought.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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G. Linkages
G.1. Linkages with other Institutions and
funding agencies are explored and
established for purposes of enhancing
library facilities and resources.
G.2. The library is on the mailing list of
agencies, foundations, etc. for exchange
of publications and other books/journals
donations.
G.3. Consortia, networking, library cooperative
activities and resource-sharing with other
institutions are practiced.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:
H. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits
1. Comparative figures of total volumes of basic collection.
2. Composition and functions of the library Committee.
3. Copy of library handbook, guide and internal procedures, etc.
4. Library development Plan for the next 3-5 years.
5. Library Organizational Chart.
6. Library personnels duties and responsibilities.
7. List of agencies with which the library has linkages. Include copies
of MOA, letters of donations, etc.
8. List of classified library holdings other than books, journals and
general references.
9. List of discarded or weeded-out books.
10. List of electronic resources (with description).
11. List of professional books for specific major fields (by particular
subject and titles).
12. List of serials (including volume, number and date of
publication).
13. Logbook of library users.
14. Memorandum Circular or Board Resolution on the establishment
of the Library Advisory Board/Library Committee.
15. Properly-labeled floor plan of the library and its internal layout.
16. Statically reports on the use of books and other library resources
in the last three (3) years.
17. Updated inventory of furniture and equipment.
LIBRARY

SUMMARY OF RATINGS

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Rating e Rating
A Administration
B Personnel
C Collection Development, Organization
and Preservation
D Services and Utilization
E Physical Set-Up and Facilities
F Financial Support
G Linkages

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LEAD ACCREDITOR/S
AREA VIII
PHYSICAL PLANT AND FACILITIES
A. Site
B. Campus
C. Building
D. Classrooms
E. Offices, Staff and Function Rooms
F. Assembly and athletic Facilities
G. Medical and Dental Clinic
H. Student Center
I. Food Services/Canteen
J. Accreditation Center
K. Housing
L. Documents, Additional Information and
Exhibits

AREA VIII: PHYSICAL PLANT AND FACILITIES


The quality and adequacy of the physical plant and facilities of a
learning institution determine to a large measure the successful
implementation of its curricular programs. In a broad sense, physical plant
and facilities include school site, campus, buildings and other physical
infrastructures, equipment and services that complement institutional and
program effectiveness.

A. Site
The site should be located in a wholesome environment, safe
from traffic and transportation hazards, sufficiently free from noise, dust,
smoke, and other undesirable elements. It should be provided with
adequate facilities for drainage and sewage disposal. It should be
adequate to meet the needs of the present school population and its
future expansion. The school should be accessible to present and
anticipated school population by means of public and private
transportation. It should have satisfactory road network and sidewalks.

B. Campus
The campus should be so planned that it would be adequate for
the intellectual, social, physical and cultural interests of the Institution. It
should be kept in good condition and physical appearance.

C. Buildings
The buildings should be functionally designed and constructed of
strong and durable materials to withstand earthquakes, typhoons, and
fire. Their design should be pleasing to the eye and in conformity with
the surroundings, and at the same time, imbued with the proper
atmosphere conductive to learning. Likewise, there should be provisions
for disabled persons.
They should be satisfactorily planned so as to meet future
expansion needs. There should be well-planned entrance and exit points
to insure safe and convenient mobility of the school population and the
transacting public.
Stairways and fire exits should be adequate and standard in size
and number, and conveniently located. There should be no obstruction
in corridors that would impede the free flow of movement and physical
activity.

D. Classrooms
The size and number of classrooms should be sufficient to
accommodate the student population. Classrooms should be adequately
equipped with the required furniture, blackboards/whiteboards, and
should have a pleasant atmosphere. Lighting, ventilation, general
appearance, and acoustics should be satisfactory.

E. Offices, Staff and Function Rooms


Adequate provisions should be made for administrative offices,
faculty rooms, and reception areas, where needed.

F. Assembly and Athletic Activities


Group assembly facilities should have a seating capacity
adequate to meet the needs of the Institution. These facilities should be
designed with good acoustics and proper ventilation. Necessary facilities
and equipment should be adequate and kept in good condition. Athletic
facilities should be accessible to the students, and must be sufficient in
number and variety, depending on the requirements of the school
population. There should be suitable arrangements for athletic activities
during the rainy season.

G. Medical and Dental Clinic


A medical and dental clinic should be properly set-up,
strategically located, well-ventilated and lighted, screened, and provided
with clean water supply. It should be spacious enough to accommodate
the five (5) distinct sections: 1) reception area; 2) examination room; 3)
treatment room; 4) dental section; and 5) rest/recovery room, separate
for male and female. It should be provided with basic equipment,
medical supplies, beds, cabinets, and linen.

H. Student Center
A Student Center is available where students can make
wholesome interaction and listen to good music, play table games,
watch TV programs, etc.

I. Food Services Unit/Canteen


Clean and sanitary food services unit/canteen must be set-up
and managed effectively. It should serve balanced yet affordable meals
and snacks to the school community.

J. Accreditation Center
There should be a properly maintained and equipped
Accreditation Center with necessary facilities.

K. Housing (Optional)
Housing should be maintained and provided with electricity and
water. This should have proper drainage and waste disposal system.

L. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits.


Documents or printed materials, which serve or provide information for
the Program Performance Profile, and others identified to belong to this
Area, should be available at the Accreditation Center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits may be
added/presented to clarify issues and concerns about the program, as
required by the visiting team to support the claims in the written report.
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A. Site
A.1. The institution is located in an
environment conductive to educational
activities.
A.2. The site can accommodate its present
school population and can handle
expected future expansion.
A.3. The College/Department of
TM/HM/TrM/HRM is accessible by public
transportation and has satisfactory roads
and pathways.
A.4. There is a site plan displayed prominently
in the campus indicating the location of
the different buildings with their proper
identification, driveways, parking areas,
etc.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

B. Campus
B.1. The campus is well-planned, attractive,
landscaped, and kept clean.
B.2. Where needed, covered walks are
provided to protect the students from
inclement weather.
B.3. There is an area for extensive outdoor
educational activities, e.g. social, physical,
athletic, cultural military training, etc.
B.4. There is a campus development program.
B.5. There is a system/mechanism to ensure
all of the following:

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B.5.1. traffic safety;
B.5.2. the implementation of a
waste management
program; and
B.5.3. proper utilization, repair
and upkeep of school
facilities and equipment.
B.6. There is a system/mechanism to ensure
the cleanliness of the school campus.
B.7. There is a campus security force that
ensures safety of the academic
community.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

C. Buildings
C.1. The buildings are equipped with
emergency/fire escapes which are readily
accessible from any point of the building.
C.2. Well-planned entrance and exit points
permit the use of the buildings for some
public and other functions with minimum
interference to school activities.
C.3. The buildings are constructed in relation
to their respective uses. The buildings
meet all requirements of the current
Building Code. A certificate of occupancy
is conspicuously displayed.
C.4. The buildings are so planned and located
that they provide for future expansion.
C.5. Emergency exits are provided and
properly marked.
C.6. The corridors, doorways, and alleys are
well-constructed to facilitate movement.
C.7. The buildings are clean and well-
ventilated.

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C.8. There is well-maintained toilets and
lavatories with facilities separate for men
and women.
C.9. The buildings are clean and well-
maintained. No evidence of vandalism is
observed.
C.10. Electrical lines are safely installed and
periodically checked.
C.11. The buildings provide facilities for
disabled (differently-abled) persons as
provided by law.
C.12. There is central signal and fire alarm
system, and a sound fire escape.
C.13. Water facilities are functioning and are
well-distributed in all buildings.
C.14. There is a periodic potability testing of
drinking water.
C.15. There is readily accessible and
functional fire distinguishers and other
fire-fighting equipment.
C.16. Floor plans indicating fire exits and
location of fire-fighting equipment, stand
pipes, and other water sources
prominently displayed in each building.
C.17. There is a periodic pest control
inspection of all school facilities.
C.18. Buildings are cleaned and maintained by
a janitorial staff with proper washroom and
equipment for cleaning, repairs and
maintenance.
C.19. Bulletin boards, display boards, waste
disposal containers and other facilities are
strategically located inside the building.
C.20. There is provisions for faculty
rooms/offices.
C.21. When tolerated, smoking is done only in
designated areas.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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D. Classrooms
D.1. Classroom size meets standard
specification for specific activities.
Maximum class size is 50.
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D.1.1. for lecture classes,
ideal size is 35 students
per class, maximum is
50.
D.1.2. for laboratory and
research classes, class
size is 25; and
D.1.3. special lectures with
class size more than 50
may be allowed if
attendant facilities are
provided.
D.2. Classrooms are sufficient and conducive
to learning.
D.3. The classrooms are clearly marked and
arranged in relation to their relative
functions.
D.4. The classrooms are well-lighted and
ventilated, and with good acoustics.
D.5. Classrooms are provided with chairs, and
other needed furniture and supplies.
D.6. Classrooms are maintained and kept
clean.
D.7. Students cooperate in maintaining the
cleanliness of the classroom and its
facilities.
D.8. There are sufficient
chalkboards/whiteboards and projectors in
each classrooms.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________


COMMENTS:

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E. Offices and Staff Rooms
E.1. The general administrative office area is
accessible to students and the public.
E.2. All offices are accessible and conveniently
located with respect to their functions.
E.3. There are offices and workspaces for all
officials, faculty and administrative
staff/personnel.
E.4. Administration and faculty offices and
staff rooms are clean, well-lighted and
ventilated.
E.5. All offices are furnished with the
necessary facilities, equipment, equipment
and supplies.
E.6. Function rooms, reception rooms and
waiting areas are available and easily
accessible.
E.7. A lounge is available for the faculty, staff
and visitors.
E.8. A storeroom is strategically located
accessible to officials concerned, and
adequately stocked with needed office
supplies and materials.
E.9. There is provision for inter-office
communication systems as well as
external communication (landline
telephone).
E.10. Clean rest rooms for administrators,
faculty, staff, and students are available.
E.11. Clerical staff is able to work with
minimum interference from the public.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:
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F. Offices and Staff Rooms
F.1. Spaces and facilities for holding meetings,
conferences, convocations or assemblies
are available.
F.2. There is adequate and well-marked
entrances and exits to these facilities.
F.3. Required seating capacity adheres to
standards.
F.4. Facilities for athletic and military training
activities are provided.
F.5. There is storage facilities for athletic
equipment.
F.6. Indoor facilities have:
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F.6.1. appropriate flooring;
F.6.2. Proper lighting and
ventilation;
F.6.3. safety measures;
F.6.4. restrooms and lavatory;
and
F.6.5. proper functional
drinking facilities.
F.7. Outdoor facilities are:
F.7.1. free from hazards;
F.7.2. suitably surfaced,
guarded and with
drainage system;
F.7.3. appropriately laid out for
a variety of activities;
and
F.7.4. properly maintained.
F.8. Assembly and athletic facilities are
available to students.
F.9. Assembly and athletic facilities are
sufficient in quantity and variety to supply
normal requirements of an institution of its
size.
F.10. A variety of athletic facilities are
provided to supply the standard
requirements of the academic program.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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G. Medical and Dental Clinic
G.1. The Institution has a Medical and Dental
Clinic managed by qualified medical and
dental officers.
G.2. The Medical and Dental Clinic have basic
facilities such as: reception area,
filing/data section, examination/treatment
room.
G.3. The Institution has provided for functional
medical and dental section/area.
G.4. Safe and clean water is always available.
G.5. Medical and dental equipment are
provided.
G.6. There is enough medical and dental
supplies.
G.7. Storage facilities (refrigerator, steel
cabinets, trays, etc.) are available.
G.8. Sufficient medical/dental supplies are
available and properly labeled.
G.9. Distinct rooms and storage areas are
properly labeled.
G.10. The following basic medical equipment
and medicines are all available:
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G.10.1. emergency medicines;
G.10.2. ambobag;
G.10.3. oxygen tank;
G.10.4. intravenous fluid
G.10.5. sphygmanometer (at
least 2 sets)
G.10.6. thermometers (at least
10 pcs.)
G.10.7. diagnostic sets;
G.10.8. stethoscope (at least 2
units);
G.10.9. treatment cart; and
G.10.10. nebulizer.
G.11. The following basic dental equipment
and medicines are all available:
G.11.1. dental unit;
G.11.2. autoclave (sterilizer)
G.11.3. dental supplies
G.11.4. filing instruments; and
G.11.5. basic instruments
(forceps, mouth mirror,
cotton fliers, explorer,
etc.).

SECTION MEAN: _____________________

COMMENTS:

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H. Student Center
H.1. The Institution provides for a Student
Center for students activities.
H.2. The center is well-lighted and ventilated.
H.3. A conference/meeting room is available
for students use.
H.4. There is furnished offices for student
leaders, the editorial staff of student
publication and the officers of other
student organizations.
H.5. There is rooms and facilities for table
games, music appreciation, and TV or
video viewing.
H.6. Clean and sanitary toilets, separate for
men and women are available.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

I. Food Services/Canteen
I.1. The Institution has a distinct Food
Center/Cafeteria/ Canteen operated with a
permit.
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I.2. The cafeteria is well-lighted, ventilated,
screened and with satisfactory water
supply.
I.3. Food served is balanced at affordable
rates.
I.4. It is well-supervised and cordial
atmosphere is maintained.
I.5. There is enough dining tables and chairs.
I.6. Cleanliness and orderliness are enforced.
I.7. Prompt services are provided.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

J. Accreditation Center
J.1. The college maintains an Accreditation
Center (AC) which can accommodate the
required resources, furniture, and
documents.
J.2. The AC is accessible and conveniently
located relative to its functions.
J.3. The AC is equipped and properly
maintained with the following facilities:
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J.3.1. working tables;
J.3.2. cabinets for display and
filing needs;
J.3.3. good ventilation and
lighting facilities; and
J.3.4. computer unit, where
feasible.
J.4. Relevant documents, information and
exhibits are updated, properly arranged,
labeled, and readily available.
SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:
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K. Housing
(Option
al)
K.1. There is available dormitories for
students, and houses or apartments, etc.
for personnel.
K.2. The structures are comfortably designed.
K.3. Entrances and exits are adequate and
properly situated to ensure safety and
convenience.
K.4. The buildings and surroundings are
properly maintained and periodically
checked for pest control.
K.5. The buildings conform to Building Code
standards.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

L. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits


1. Approved building plan for the dormitory/housing facilities indicating
the function rooms.
2. Approved building plan indicating the existence of function rooms
used for group assemblies by the program.
3. Approved building plans showing the floor areas of classrooms and
shops used by the College.
4. Building plans and approved permits.
5. Campus development plan.
6. Certificate of ownership.
7. Copies of procedural guidelines in the proper use of function rooms.
8. File copies of approved requests of students and personnel for the
use of the function rooms.
9. Housing rules/admission requirements.
10. List of dormitory staff.
11. List of function rooms (such as audio-visual room, student hall,
conference hall, cafeteria, music room, office of the college
organizations, college paper, faculty lounge and comfort rooms)
12. List of physical facilities.
13. List of students and personnel presently accommodated.
14. Photocopies of offices directly or indirectly used by the program
(indoor and outdoor).
15. Physical plant map showing location of classrooms and
laboratory rooms/shops used by the program.
16. Physical plant map showing location of administrative offices,
faculty rooms, conference rooms, classrooms, laboratory rooms and
reception areas.
17. Sets of materials/documents by program.
18. Site development plan.
19. Vicinity map.

PHYSICAL PLANT AND FACILITIES

SUMMARY OF RATINGS

Numerical Descriptiv
Rating e Rating
A Site
B Campus
C Buildings
D Classrooms
E Offices, Staff and Function Rooms
F Assembly and Athletic Facilities
G Medical and Dental Clinic
H Student Center
I Food Services/Canteen
J Accreditation Center
K Housing (Optional)

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LEAD ACCREDITOR/S

AREA IX

LABORATORIES
A. Laboratories
B. Equipment and Supplies
C. Maintenance
D. Special Provisions
E. Documents, Additional Information and
Exhibits
AREA IX: LABORATORIES
Laboratories are included in the support systems for any academic
program. Broadly defined, they cover science laboratories, speech
laboratories, demonstration farms, shops and other facilities for practicum
activities essential to the successful implementation of circular programs
inclusive of their use and functions.

A. Laboratories, Shops/Facilities
In general, facilities include well-equipped rooms which are adequately
ventilated/air-conditioned, and lighted. The furniture is properly arranged.
Safety devices and measures to cope with emergency situations are
available. Facilities conform to accepted standards.

B. Equipment and Supplies


Certain courses require specific equipment and supplies. The lists of
these equipment and supplies should be included under the section on
special provisions for the academic program.

C. Maintenance
All laboratory equipment should be stored properly, cleaned, and
checked regularly to ascertain their good working condition.

D. Special Provisions
The special provisions should include the special laboratory
instruments or requirements necessary in running a project such as Hostel
Operation, etc.

E. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits.


Documents or printed materials, which serve or provide information for
the Program Performance Profile, and others identified to belong to this
Area, should be available at the Accreditation Center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits may be
added/presented to clarify issues and concerns about the program, as
required by the visiting team to support the claims in the written report.
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A. Laboratories, Shops/facilities
General (for all laboratories)
A.1. The laboratory layout conforms to
acceptable standards and to particular
needs (RA 6541 National Building Code of
the Philippines/PD 856 Code of Sanitation
of the Philippines).
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A.1.1. students are provided
with a model operational
hotel and food service
facilities furnished with
necessary materials and
equipment for:
A.1.1.1. housekeeping
A.1.1.2. food preparation
and service; and
A.1.1.3. bar management
Tourism
A.1.2. students are provided
with separate laboratory
rooms for the major
areas:
A.1.2.1. travel agency; and
A.1.2.2. front office.
A.2. Faculty-student ratio for each laboratory
is 1:25; which measures 2-2.5 sq. meters
per student.
A.3. The kitchen laboratory has facilities for
both hot and cold preparations as well as
baking activities. It should be subdivided
into completely equipped unit kitchens.
A.4. The kitchen laboratory must have
provisions for cooking demonstration and
dining area for eating and evaluation of
the cooking activities.
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A.4.1. the recommended class
size for a kitchen
laboratory is 20-25
students; and
A.4.2. laboratory classes with
more than 25 students
should have additional
laboratory assistants.
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A.5. The properly lighted and well-
ventilated/air-conditioned laboratories are
conducive in learning.
A.6. Each laboratory room has at least two (2)
exit doors that open outward.
A.7. Furniture/equipment arrangement allows
free flow of movement and enables
students to work comfortably without
interference from others.
A.8. Safety and precautionary measures are
provided, and implemented/followed.
A.9. Usable fire extinguishers are accessible to
staff and students.
A.10. A first-aid kit and charts for antidotes
and neutralizing solutions are always
available in each laboratory room.
A.11. Laboratory Operations Manuals for the
faculty and students are provided in each
laboratory.
A.12. Demonstrations and training on the use
of fire extinguishers, first aid kit and other
emergency measures are periodically
conducted.
Computer Laboratory, Multimedia Center and
Other General Education Laboratory
A.13. There is a computer laboratory with at
least 15 usable computer units.
A.14. A computer is available for inventory
control and cash flow of travel/food
service.
A.15. A students access to a computer is at
least 15 hours/semester.
A.16. A well-equipped multi media center is
maintained.
A.17. Appropriate laboratories for general
education subjects are adequately
equipped and well-maintained.
Natural Sciences/technology/PE/Facilities
A.18. Gas, water and electricity are available
and utilized for class practicum activities.
A.19. A demonstration table, equipped with
sinks, water, electrical and gas outlets, is
available and utilized.
A.20. Laboratory supplies and equipment are
kept in separate stock rooms.

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A.21. There is a laboratory for shop work for
specific technologies.
A.22. The BSHRM and BSHM programs comply
with the minimum requirements for
kitchen Laboratories: Facilities, Equipment
and Appliances provided for by CMO No.
31, s.2001-Minimum Curricular
requirements for BS in Hospitality
Management and the 25 Minimum Cocktail
Recipes for Bar and Beverages.
A.23. Students are in complete prescribed
laboratory outfits such as caps and gowns.

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B. Equipment and Supplies


General
B.1. Apparatuses, tools and materials conform
to the specifications stated in the
requirements list for the subjects.
B.2. The equipment, instruments, and
materials needed in the classrooms are
available.

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C. Maintenance
General Laboratory
C.1. The laboratories are net and orderly.
C.2. There is regular replenishment of
perishable laboratory supplies.
C.3. The inventory of laboratory
equipment/facilities is systematically and
periodically conducted.
C.4. All equipment is coded, listed and
inventoried.
C.5. The laboratory instruments are in good
working condition and are periodically
calibrated.
C.6. The instrument has a maintenance and
Repair Department manned by skilled
personnel who provide services on direct
call.
C.7. Waste disposal is efficiently and
effectively managed on campus.
C.8. The following are properly maintained by
trained appropriate personnel/technicians.
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C.8.1. natural science
laboratory
C.8.2. shops;
C.8.3. computer laboratory;
C.8.4. multi-media center;
C.8.5. research facility;
C.8.6. general education
laboratory.
C.9. A laboratory technician/helper is available
for the proper upkeep of the laboratory.

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D. Special Provisions
D.1. Specific program requirements are in
accordance with guidelines/policies
embodies in issuances, e.g., CMOs.
Minimum Requirements for Kitchen
Laboratories:
Facilities, Equipments and Appliances
General Requirements
D.2. For Kitchen Laboratory:
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D.2.1. fully equipped individual
kitchen units;
D.2.2. 1-8 cu.ft. refrigerator for
every 2 unit kitchen
D.2.3. one (1) demonstration
table with overhead
mirror;
D.2.4. dining table(s) with
chairs for at least twelve
people/appropriate for
the size of class;
D.2.5. exhaust fans/hoods;
D.2.6. tape measures;
D.2.7. weighing scale; and
D.2.8. length boards.
D.3. Individual Unit Kitchen:
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D.3.1. the unit kitchen should
comply with standard
measures of 1.5m2 per
student;
D.3.2. the unit kitchen should
accommodate no more
than seven (7) students
per unit.
Each unit kitchen should be
fully equipped with:
D.3.3. work counter(s)
(preferably made of
continuous, impervious
material such as stainless
steel;
D.3.4. four (4) burner range;

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D.3.5. baking oven with
temperature control;
D.3.6. two (2) compartment
sink (preferably stainless
steel); and
Listing of small kitchen
gadgets and appliances (one
(1) per unit kitchen):
D.3.7. one (1) set of
measuring cups for dry
and liquid ingredients;
D.3.8. one (1) set of
measuring spoons;
D.3.9. dietetic scale;
D.3.10. one (1) set of kitchen
knives (paring, bread,
butcher, French);
D.3.11. knife sharpening block;
D.3.12. potato peeler;
D.3.13. cleaver;
D.3.14. grater
D.3.15. strainer
D.3.16. chopping board
D.3.17. utility plates
D.3.18. wooden spoons
D.3.19. rubber scrapper
D.3.20. rotary egg beater
D.3.21. flour sifter
D.3.22. colander
D.3.23. ladles
D.3.24. kitchen tongs
D.3.25. frying pans
D.3.26. sauce pans (one (1)
qt., three (3) qts., and
four (4) qts.)
D.3.27. double boiler
D.3.28. skillet
D.3.29. bottle and can opener
D.3.30. dish pans
D.3.31. utility can for
silverware
D.3.32. garbage can
D.3.33. utility/mixing bowls
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D.3.34.
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D.4. General Storeroom:
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D.3.35. oven thermometer
D.3.36. candy thermometer.
D.4.1. four (4) sets of pint and
quart measuring cups;
D.4.2. one (1) pc. Grinder;
D.4.3. four (4) pcs. Steak
hammers;
D.4.4. four (4) sets utility
bowls one (1) qt., three
(3) qts., and four (4) qts.;
D.4.5. four (4) sets pie pans
6, 8, 9;
D.4.6. four (4 pcs. 8 layer
cake pans;
D.4.7. four (4) pcs. square
pans;
D.4.8. four (4) pcs.
rectangular pans 8, 13
;
D.4.9. four (4) pcs. tube pans
4 x 10;
D.4.10. four (4) pcs. muffin
pans;
D.4.11. four (4) pcs. tea cake
pans;
D.4.12. four (4) pcs. cake
coolers;
D.4.13. four (4) pcs. cookie
sheets;
D.4.14. doz. Custard cups;
D.4.15. two (2) units osterizer/
blender;
D.4.16. one (1) coffee
percolator (12 cups);
D.4.17. two (2) units pressure
cooker;
D.4.18. two (2) units electric
mixer;
D.4.19. four (4) pcs. all-
purpose thermometers
D.4.20. four (4) pcs. meat
thermometer;
D.4.21. four (4) pcs. fat
thermometer
D.4.22. four (4) pcs. timers;
D.4.23. four (4) pcs. fire
extinguisher;
D.4.24. four (4) pcs. rolling
pins;
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D.4.25. four (4) pcs. pastry
blenders;
D.4.26. four (4) pcs. griddles;
D.4.27. five (5) set racks-
assorted to fit saucepans;
D.4.28. two (2) tea kettle;
D.4.29. two (2) steamers; and
D.4.30. two (2) thermoses.
D.5. Dining Area:
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D.5.1. The Kitchen Laboratory
should have provisions
for dining table(s) and
chairs for sit down
service for at least 12
people:
Individual service ware
should include:
Plates such as:
D.5.2. dinner plates
D.5.3. soup plates
D.5.4. salad plates
D.5.5. bread and butter plate
D.5.6. entre plate
D.5.7. dessert plate/bowl; and
D.5.8. cup and saucer.
Silverware such as:
D.5.9. soup spoons
D.5.10. dinner knives
D.5.11. dinner forks
D.5.12. salad forks
D.5.13. entre forks
D.5.14. butter knives
D.5.15. teaspoons
D.5.16. dessert spoons
Glassware such as:
D.5.17. water goblets
D.5.18. wine glasses
D.5.19. juice glasses; and
D.5.20. table cloth.

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Service ware such as:
D.5.21. serving platters
D.5.22. serving utensils
spoons, forks, soup
ladles;
D.5.23. soup tureens;
D.5.24. gravy bowls;
D.5.25. service trays;
D.5.26. pitchers
D.5.27. salt and pepper
shakers.
D.5.28. coffee/tea set with
sugar and creamer
containers.
D.5.29. napkin holders;
D.5.30.glass racks; and
D.5.31. plate racks.
Linens such as:
D.5.32. table napkins; and
D.5.33. placemats.
D.6. There should be provision for each of the
major subjects that require
specific/specialized kitchen facilities,
equipment, utensils and appliances.
D.7. Commercial Kitchen for Quality Food
Production.
D.7.1. quantity food
production is defined as
food production for at
least 40 people;
Each unit commercial kitchen
should have:
D.7.2. at least 2 high pressure
burners/4 open to
burners.
D.7.3. pots and pan
appropriate for the size of
production;
D.7.4. one (1) broiler;
D.7.5. one (1) griddle
D.7.6. one (1) commercial size
oven
D.7.7. one (1) commercial
mixer
D.7.8. one (1) commercial
weighing scale;
D.7.9. chafing dishes for buffet
service;
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D.7.10. additional
chiller/freezer/
refrigerator appropriate
for the size of production
( at least 12 cu.ft.
refrigerator);
D.7.11. dining area for at least
40 people with
corresponding tables and
chairs.
D.7.12. dinnerware and
service for at least 40
people;
D.7.13. complete set of
dinnerware, utensils,
glasswares and service
wares for at least 40
people for sit down
service or buffet set-up;
and
D.7.14. tablecloth and linens
for sit-down service or
buffest set-up.
D.8. Bar set-up for Beverage Management:
D.8.1. The bar set-up should
have:
D.8.1.1. front bar or long
table for cocktail mixing
drills;
D.8.1.2. work counter;
D.8.1.3. sink; and
D.8.1.4. cabinets and
drawers for bar utensils
and accessories.
D.8.2. a fully equipped bar
shall be provided with the
following for at least 12
people;
Bar Glasses:
D.8.3. assorted cocktail
glasses
D.8.4. brandy snifters;
D.8.5. assorted wine glasses -
white/red, champagne,
liqueur, aperitif, dessert,
dessert;
D.8.6. whiskey glasses;
D.8.7. highball glasses;
D.8.8. Collins glasses;
D.8.9. martini glass; and
D.8.10. pilsner/beer mugs.
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Bar Glasses
D.8.11. jiggers;
D.8.12. bar spoon
D.8.13. cutting board;
D.8.14. paring knife;
D.8.15. shakers;
D.8.16. measuring cups;
D.8.17. waiters
friend/corkscrews;
D.8.18. stirrers;
D.8.19. coasters;
D.8.20. bar napkins;
D.8.21. ice buckets;
D.8.22. tongs; and
D.8.23. bar trays.
Ingredients for the minimum
cocktail recipes:
D.8.24. brandy
D.8.25. rum
D.8.26. tequila;
D.8.27. vodka
D.8.28. gin;
D.8.29. whisky;
D.8.30. liqueurs or cordials;
and
D.8.31. red and white wine.
D.9. Food and Beverage Management and
Operation:
D.9.1. The kitchen laboratory
should have provisions,
facilities, equipment and
appliances for the
activities specified in the
syllabus of Food and
beverage Management
and Operation.
Complete set of dinnerware,
utensils and service wares for:
D.9.2. Russian service
D.9.3. French service
D.9.4. English High Tea;
D.9.5. buffet service;
D.9.6. blue-plate service;
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D.9.7. a la carte service;
D.9.8. brunch service; and
D.9.9. other services.
D.10. International Cuisine: Specialty Cuisine:
D.10.1. the kitchen laboratory
should have provisions,
facilities, equipment and
appliances appropriate
for the activities specified
in the syllabus of
International Cuisine
and/or specialty Cuisine.
D.11. Baking:
The kitchen laboratory should
have provisions, facilities,
equipment and appliances
appropriate for the activities
specified in the syllabus
baking.
D.11.1. sink;
D.11.2. marble top work
counter;
D.11.3. cabinets and drawers;
D.11.4. mixer-hand held and
commercial;
D.11.5. commercial oven;
D.11.6. mixing bowls;
D.11.7. sets of measuring cups
for dry and liquid
ingredients;
D.11.8. sets of measuring
spoons
D.11.9. spatula;
D.11.10. cake and baking
pans;
D.11.11.baking sheets
D.11.12. cookie cutters
D.11.13. icing paraphernalia;
and
D.11.14. rolling pins.
D.12. For Hotel Operation Courses (such as
Hotel Operation, Housekeeping, etc.)
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D.12.1. a reception area
outside the mock hotel
room; and
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Mock hotel room set-up with
full bathroom;
D.12.2. one (1) bed (single or
double);
D.12.3. hotel room furnishings
and accessories, night
table with lamp,
dresser. Writing table.
Clothes cabinet;
D.12.4. complete linens
(pillow, bed sheets,
pillow cases, bed
covers, blanket) and
towels; and
D.12.5. housekeepers
cart/basket.
D.13. For Travel Management
Mock-up travel counter with
the following:
D.13.1. desks and counters;
D.13.2. filing cabinets;
D.13.3. telephone and
communication
facilities;
D.14.4. waiting area;
D.14.5. accounting machine;
and
D.14.6. computer.

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E. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits


1. Approved building plans showing the location of laboratory
rooms/shops utilized in the program.
2. Copies of lists of prescribed minimum requirements (CHED, PRC,
etc.).
3. Copies of procedural guidelines on the proper use of equipment and
safety devices posted in conspicuous places.
4. List of functional locally-improvised apparatuses (supported with
pictures and manuals of operation).
5. List of laboratory equipment (apparatuses and tools) available for
use in the program (indicate the models and specification).
6. List of laboratory rooms/shops utilized in the program.
7. List of safety equipment and devices which are available within easy
reach in case of emergency.
8. List of supplies and materials utilized in the program.
9. List of titles of experiments/projects in the course/program.
10. Maintenance system employed to ensure the good working
condition of the equipment at all times.
11. Photocopies of laboratory rooms/shops (including the storeroom)
showing the proper arrangement of fixtures and equipment.
12. Photocopies of storeroom plans for chemicals and materials
showing properly labeled containers, shelves and cabinets.

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AREA X
ADMINISTRATION
A. Organization
B. Academic Administration
C. Student and Personnel Administration
D. Financial Management
E. Supply Management
F. Records Management
G. Institutional Planning and Development
H. Performance of Personnel
I. Documents, Additional Information and
Exhibits

AREA X: ADMINISTRATION
The administration is the engine of the Institution in the attainment of
its vision, mission, goals and objectives. It is concerned with the general
affairs of the Institution as well as its organizational performance. Thus, the
administration adopts institutional processes and ensures that said processes
are satisfactorily implemented.

A. Organization
An educational institution should have a Governing Board of
Regents/Trustees. This Board has the responsibility to formulate general
policies. The policies should be implemented by the sufficient number of
qualified officials duly appointed/designated for the purpose. A detailed
description of the organizational set-up of the whole Institution under
survey should be found in an official document.

B. Academic Administration

This area covers such administrative and academic matters as


qualification of academic officials; coordination of curricular offerings;
teaching assignments; adoption and updating of appropriate textbooks,
grading procedures, types of tests to be used, and other instructional
aides, such as syllabi, workbooks/manuals; and organization of the faculty
into departments/specialization, divisions, or committees to promote
effective delivery of instruction. The quality of the curricular offerings and
the competence of the faculty to implement the programs of the
Institution determine the level of excellence attained by the Institution.

C. Student Administration
The following activities fall under this Area: admission and retention
policies; registration and classification of students; compliance with the
requirements for certificates, diplomas and degrees; issuance of
transcripts of student records; readmission policies; availability of a
student handbook; and organization of the recorded data for statistical
use.
D. Financial Management
The business administration of the Institution should be well-
maintained and managed by qualified and competent personnel. Business
functions are well-delineated to promote fiscal integrity, economy,
responsibility and accountability.
Financial management includes budgeting, accounting, auditing,
requisition and purchase of supplies, and the preparation of financial
reports. The effectiveness in the performance of the business services and
the sound financial management are indicators of a healthy financial
administration.
E. Supply Management
Supplies support the operations of the Institution. The Institution
therefore should have a scheme of managing supplies and facilities. While
committees may assist the Institution in the procurement of this
supplies/facilities/equipment, a supply management unit takes charge of
their distribution and storage.

F. Records Management
Records and reports include: minutes of the board meetings, minutes
of faculty meetings, faculty directory; records of training and experience;
records of enrollment by class, gender and course; students directory;
recorded data for statistical use; reports of administrative officials;
summary of disciplinary matters; records of scholarships granted, etc.
adequate, accurate, accessible, up-to-date and systematic records are
indicators of sound records management.

G. Institutional Planning and Development


Sound Institutional planning should show concern for, and attention to,
the following: congruence with the institutional vision and mission,
academic units goals and program objectives; alignment with national,
regional, and local goals and needs; adequate allocation of resources;
participation of all sectors of the academic community in the planning
process; formal documentation of all plans and progress of
implementation; long- and short-term dimensions of planning; and
mechanisms for periodic review and updating. A Planning Officer should
be responsible for the coordination of the planning activity.

H. Performance of Administrative Personnel


The administrative personnel should be qualified to perform the
various administrative services.
Administrators should exhibit the following traits or characteristics: (1)
ability to meet external and internal pressures; (2) a sense of social
awareness and civic consciousness; (3) attention to systematic long-range
planning; (4) alertness to opportunities for institutional cooperation; (5)
participation in financial management and control; and (6) adequate and
effective communication and inter-relationships.
The efficiency of the administrative set-up and harmonious relationship
among the personnel are considered significant criteria for excellence.

I. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits


Documents or printed materials, which serve as data or provided
information for the Program Performance Profile, and others identified to
belong to this Area should be available at the Accreditation Center.

During the actual survey visit, additional information and exhibits may be
added/presented to clarify issues and concerns about the program, as
required by the visiting team to support the claims in the written report.

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A. Organization
A.1. The Institution has an organizational
structure showing the administrative
offices, their functions in relationships, and
the lines of authority and responsibility.
A.2. The organizational structure is approved
by the BOD/BOR.
A.3. The functions, duties and responsibilities
of personnel in each unit/office are
identified and carried out.
A.4. The Board Of Regents/Trustees is highly
concerned with the growth and
development of the Institution as
Evidenced by its support to its various
programs.
A.5. The Institution as Academic and
Administrative Councils which exercise
their powers and perform their functions
objectively as mandated in the
University/College Charter/Code.
A.6. The Institution is subdivided into
administrative units, such as
department/divisions/sections according to
specialization and function.
A.7. The channels and flow of communication
among and within unit/departments are
open and properly observed.

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B. Academic Administration
B.1. The Dean/Director possesses the required
educational qualification and experience
needed to administer the College/Institute.
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B.1.1. masters degree in
business, management
or business-related field
and an undergraduate
degree in
TM/HM/TrM/HRM ;
B.1.2. teaching experience of
at least five (5) years at
the tertiary level;
B.1.3. at least five (5) years
experience in
administrative or
supervisory capacity in
an educational institution
or a business enterprise.
B.1.4. completed a skills-based
competency training
course, seminar or
workshop; and
B.1.5. an active member of a
professional/educational
association.
B.2. The Dean is assisted by Department
Chairs or their equivalent with
appropriate/relevant educational
qualification and experience.
B.3. The Dean is implements a supervisory
program.
B.4. The Dean plays a major role in the
recruitment and promotion of faculty and
support staff.
B.5. The Dean, the faculty and the
administration work together for the
improvement of the College, particularly
in:
B.5.1. Setting standards and
targets; planning of
programs and other
related activities;
B.5.2. implementing and
monitoring of plans,
programs and other
related activities.
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B.5.3. establishing linkages,
partnerships and
networking activities;
B.5.4. providing professional
growth and development
of faculty such as the
conduct of in-service
training;
B.5.5. preparing written
policies and guidelines
for the internal
administration and
operation of the
unit/institution; and
B.5.6. preparing guidelines for
the proper use and
maintenances of
facilities, equipment and
etc.
B.6. Definite criteria and procedure in the
recruitment and promotion of the most
qualified faculty and support staff are
followed.
B.7. The Dean, faculty, staff and students
pursue collaborative activities in
generating resources and income, and in
implementing cost-effective measures.
B.8. The
insti
tutio
n
impl
eme
nts
writt
en
polic
ies
and
proc
edur
es
cove
ring
inter
nal
adm
inist
ratio
n
and
oper
atio
nal
acti
vitie
s.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

C. Student Administration
C.1. There is a printed Bulletin of Information
containing policies and guidelines on the
following aspects of student life which are
implemented by school officials
concerned.
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C.1.1. admission and retention
policies;
C.1.2. registration
requirements
C.1.3. school fees;
C.1.4. academic load;
C.1.5. transfers;
C.1.6. residence, course work,
scholastic and graduation
requirements;
C.1.7. examination and
grading system.
C.1.8. scholarships;
C.1.9. shifting and
adding/dropping of
course;
C.1.10. code of conduct and
discipline; and
C.1.11 others (specify)
__________
C.2.
Stud
ents
are
prov
ided
opp
ortu
nitie
s to
parti
cipa
te in
the
plan
ning
and
impl
eme
ntati
on
of
acti
vitie
s
conc
erni
ng
their
welf
are
in
coor
dina
tion
with
scho
ol
offic
ials
conc
erne
d.
C.3. Concerned officials, faculty and staff act
promptly on requests of the students.
C.4. There is a harmonious and good working
relationship among administration, faculty,
staff and students.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________


COMMENTS:

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D. Financial Management
D.1. The Institution maintains a Financial
Management Office run by qualified and
competent personnel.
D.2. The financial management personnel are
responsible for the efficient management
of financial resources/funds of the
Institution.
D.3.
Con
cern
ed
stud
ents
,
facu
lty,
staff
and
offic
ials
parti
cipa
te in
the
prep
arati
on
of
the
bud
get
and
proc
ure
men
t
prog
ram
of
the
Insti
tutio
n.
D.4. A fair and objective system of budgetary
allocation is adopted.
D.5. The Institution provides specific
budgetary allotment for the following:
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D.5.1. purchase of
instructional equipment,
facilities, supplies and
materials;
D.5.2. conduct of research
activities;
D.5.3. Conduct of extension/
community service;
D.5.4. improvement of library
holdings/
services/facilities.
D.5.5. repair and maintenance
of physical facilities and
laboratories:
D.5.6. faculty/staff
development;
D.5.7. faculty/staff incentives
and benefits: and
D.5.8. auxiliary services.
D.6. The Institution provides /allocates trust
funds for the following student services
and activities:
D.6.1. cultural development
D.6.2. sports development;
D.6.3. medical/dental;
D.6.4. library;
D.6.5. student body
organization
D.6.6. guidance and
counseling;
D.6.7. improvement of
laboratories/ shops;
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D.6.8. repair and maintenance
of facilities/ equipment;
D.6.9. purchase replacement
of new of new
equipment.
D.6.10.
improvement/expansion
of physical plant.
D.7. The budget allotted for specific
D.6.11. extension/community
expenditures indicated in D.5. and D.6. are
service; and
decided in consonance with existing
D.6.12. auxiliary services, etc.
policies and procedures.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

E. Supply Management
E.1. The Institution maintains a Supply
Management Office composed of qualified
staff with specific function and
responsibilities.
E.2. The Institution has a
system/scheme/mechanism of supply
management.
E.3. The supply management staffs are
responsible for the procurement and
delivery of needed supplies and materials.

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E.4. The members of the Bids and Awards
Committee are aware of their tasks,
responsibilities and the latest policies and
government issuances on procurement of
supplies, materials and equipment.
E.5. The office has a storeroom where
supplies, supplies, materials and
equipment are kept.
E.6. The office prepares and submits an
annual inventory of serviceable and non-
serviceable facilities/equipment.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

F. Records Management
F.1. The Institution maintains a Records
Management Office managed by qualified
Records Officer.
F.2. A records system is installed in concerned
offices which allows easy access and can
provide needed information.
F.3. The Institution has a system of
maintaining the confidentiality and
security of official records.
F.4. The following updated record compilations
are available:
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F.4.1. minutes of the Board of
Regents/Trustees
meetings;
F.4.2. minutes of the faculty
meetings, e.g. minutes of
the Academic Council
meetings;

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F.4.3. faculty/non-teaching
personnel individual files.
F.4.4. faculty/non-teaching
personnel performance
evaluation; and
F.4.5. other records such as:
F.4.5.1. student directory
F.4.5.2. alumni directory
F.4.5.3. permanent records
of students;
F.4.5.4. reports of
Director/Dean;
F.4.5.5. annual reports;
F.4.5.6. scholarship records
F.4.5.7. projects proposals
and feasibility
studies.
F.4.5.8. financial records of
students
F.4.5.9. inventory of
property; and
F.4.5.10. proceedings of
administrative
investigation (if any).
F.5. There are policies and procedures to
ensure that records are not tampered.
F.6. There are policies and procedures on
prompt release of records as requested.
F.7. The Human Resource Management Office
maintains accurate, up-to-date and
systematic records of faculty and non-
teaching personnel.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

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G. Institutional Planning and Development
G.1. The Institution has a planning unit which
is responsible in the planning, monitoring
and evaluation of planned
activities/targets.
G.2. The Development Plan is congruent with
the mission of the institution as well as the
national, regional and local development
goals and agenda.
G.3. The Development Plan is available in
printed and electronic forms.
G.4. The planning process is a cooperative
and participative endeavor of
administration, the faculty and the
students.
G.5. The Development Plan is reviewed
evaluated and updated regularly.
G.6. There is a system to monitor the
implementation of the development plan.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

H. Performance of Personnel
H.1. Concerned officials are involved in
decision-making and problem-solving
processes.
H.2. The officers of the administration exhibits
the ability to meet external and internal
pressures.
H.3. Administration officials display social and
civic consciousness in the discharge of
their duties.
H.4. Concerned administration personnel
participate in financial management.
H.5. Administration personnel share inter-
office resources and facilities.

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H.6. The functions and responsibilities of
personnel in the following offices are
carried out and monitored by heads of
offices concerned:
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H.6.1. Administrative Office;
H.6.2. Financial Management
Office;
H.6.3. Security unit;
H.6.4. Auxiliary/Janitorial Unit;
H.6.5. Human Resource
Management Office;
H.6.6. Records Office;
H.6.7. Student Services
Offices; and
H.6.8. others, (specify)
_________
H.7. The performance of non-teaching
personnel are regularly evaluated.
H.8. Results of performance evaluation of non-
teaching personnel are disseminated and
are used to improve performance and
delivery of services.

SECTION MEAN: ______________________

COMMENTS:

I. Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits


1. Administrative Manual
2. Annual Report
3. Budget priorities as shown in the approved budget for the program and
actual allocation for the past 2 years.
4. College policies on the confidentiality/security of records.
5. Copy of the Supervisory Program of the Dean.
6. Development Plans: Long-Term; Short-Term and Operational.
7. Guidelines/procedures in budget preparation.
8. List of members of the Administrative and Academic Councils.
9. List of personnel responsible for planning and development and their
respective qualifications.
10. Minutes of faculty meetings.
11. Minutes of meetings of the Administrative and Academic
Councils.
12. Organizational Chart of the College.
13. Performance Evaluation System for the faculty.
14. Performance Evaluation System/Scheme for non-teaching staff.
15. Personnel life.
16. Plantilla of personnel for the Administrative and academic
Personnel.
17. Qualification Standards for the Administrative and Academic
Personnel.
18. Samples of relevant Board of Regents/Board of Trustees
Resolutions.

ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF RATINGS

Numerical Descriptiv
Rating e Rating
A Organization
B Academic Administration
C Student and personnel Administration
D Financial Management
E Supply Management
F Records Management
G Institutional Planning and
Development
H Performance of Personnel
I Production Project Management

Total
Mean
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