Level I. Bulletin boards, display boards, waste disposal containers and other amenities are strategically located inside the buildings. There is a well-planned assessment program for students with appropriate standardized psychological tests. establishes linkages with the local/national/international agencies for funding support and assistance. cleanliness and orderliness of the school campus. The Human Resource Management Office (HRMO) maintains accurate, up-to-date and systematically filed records of faculty and non-teaching personnel. Tech., Elect’l Tech., Elect’cs Tech.) The buildings are constructed according to their respective uses. technical/special skills & abilities; and. The SAS staff receives salaries on time. The Constitution and by-laws of student organizations incorporate participation and advocacy in social action activities. F.S.9.5 basic instruments (forceps, mouth, mirror, cotton filers, explorer, etc.). computer-assisted instruction (CAI) and computer-assisted learning (CAL). Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE); D.S.2.3. The Library employs a system for security and control of library resources. The office has a storeroom where equipment, supplies and materials are kept. The library maintains an extensive (15% of the total) Filipiniana collection. G.I.2. G.S.8. utilization of technology, knowledge learned, skills acquired from the extension projects and activities. C.I.9. E.I.2. C.I.5. For the Level II re-accredited status, AACCUP requires a minimum grand mean of 3.50 and a minimum area mean of 3.00. Statistical data on the utilization of various resources and services are compiled and used to improve the library collection and operations. permanent records of students; F.I.4.5.6. The approved Research Agenda is implemented. D.S.1. The following basic services are available: There is a SAS Unit that manages student affairs development and welfare programs. H.I.2. Classroom instruction is enriched through the following strategies: B.I.6.1. The goals and objectives of the Library are satisfactorily attained. C.I.3. C.I.8. All school facilities are periodically subjected to pest control and inspection. compliance with terms of agreement/contracts (e.g., scholarship and training). E.O.1. F.I.11. The Canteen/Cafeteria/Food Center is well-patronized. The instruments for the following programs are available: research, performance in licensure examination, faculty development, Normal Lights Publishes Research on AACCUP-OBQA Instrument, The 2018 AACCUP Annual Accreditors' Conference, Accreditation Status of Institutional Members (All Years, 1992-2017), AACCUP Takes Part in the HEEACT and APQN Global Summit 2017, AACCUP Participates in the APQN Confab and AGM 2017, Group Photos - The 30th AACCUP Annual National Conference. facilities and equipment such as Internet, statistical software, and other ICT resources; B.I.1. Consultation, tutorial, remedial classes, expert services, and other instruction-related activities are given credit in consonance with faculty workload guidelines. Required documents/information and exhibits are updated, systematically packaged and readily available. LEVELS OF ACCREDITATION STATUS Candidate Status Level I Accredited Status Level ii re-accredited status Level iii re-accredited status Level iv accredited status 7. Tarlac State University Romulo Blvd. Faculty with outstanding performance are given recognition/awards and incentives. This is the highest level in AACCUP accreditation. CBEM’s academic programs have passed Level 3 AACCUP accreditation. A.I.3. There are clean toilets for administrators, faculty, staff, and students. A mutual exchange of resources and services between the College/Academic Unit and the community is evident. B.I.9. attendance/participation of faculty in in-service training; B.I.10.6. Instruction is enhanced through the following: B.I.10.1. There are readily accessible and functional fire extinguishers and other fire-fighting equipment. Ability to handle internal and external pressures; H.I.1. Criteria for safety, sanitation and food choices in the school canteen/cafeteria are enforced. There is a computer laboratory with at least 15 usable computer units and a printer, A.S.8. Space is provided for print resources as well as work stations for electronic resources. Salaries are paid regularly and promptly. The College/Academic Unit encourages and supports assessment for multiple intelligence’s. B.I.5. The Medical and Dental Clinic has basic facilities such as: reception area, records section, examination/treatment room and toilets, The institution has functional medical and dental sections/area, Potable water is available and sufficient, Medical and dental equipment are provided, There are enough medical and dental supplies and materials. Multi-faith and Inter-faith Services; A.S.6.3.8. involves the students, faculty, -staff administrators in the projects; and. Counseling and other student records are maintained and kept confidential. membership in honor societies/honor class/sections, etc; F.I.7.5. G.I.6. There are full-time faculty classified by rank, subject/ specialization. There is an approved Annual Procurement Plan (APP) for laboratory equipment, supplies and materials. J.S.3. A scheme for appropriate follow-up and referrals is utilized. The library meets the required number of qualified and licensed librarians and staff to meet the needs of the school population with the ratio of: B.S.2.1. Quality student welfare services are available. exercise academic freedom judiciously. Covered walks are provided to protect the academic community from inclement weather. The College/Academic Unit Implements a system for student returnees and transferees to meet the residence and other graduation requirements. Research outputs are published in refereed journals. There is a policy on graduation requirements. The institution has an approved and printed Student Handbook/Manual containing policies and guidelines on the following aspects of student life: Students are provided opportunities to participate in the planning and implementation of activities concerning their welfare. The institution provides incentives to faculty researchers such as honoraria, service credits, deloading, etc. E.S.2. The Extension Program is adequately funded. ; D.I.1. There is adequate funding for the conduct of SAS researches and monitoring and evaluation responsibly observe the following: H.I.1.1. The objectives of the SAS are clearly defined. The buildings are well- planned and appropriately located to provide for future expansion. dormitory fees, etc.). Implementation, monitoring, evaluation and research utilization of outputs are effective. G.S.6. Confirmation of accreditation to be submitted at Practical assessment. The campus is in a well-planned, clean and properly landscaped environment. The test results are disseminated to concerned parties. A.I.7. The institution has a Student Handbook containing comprehensive information on programs and services for student welfare and development. Professional subjects are handled by specialists in the discipline/ program. D.S.2. E.I.1. The institution supports the researchers in all of the following activities: paper presentations, journal publication, classroom lectures, and other similar activities; editorship/writing in academic, scientific and professional journals; Research results are published preferably in refereed journals. J.I.4. maintain harmonious interpersonal relations with superiors, peers, students, parents, and the community. The most qualified faculty are selected. Counseling and other student records are maintained and kept confidential. Entry and exit points permit the use of the buildings for public and other functions with minimum interference to school activities. The graduates of the program are employable. F.I.2. maintains a functional and long-range program of faculty/staff development to enhance research capability and competence. D.S.5. MS in Library and Information Science or MAED/MA in Library Science for the Institution. The maximum class size of 50 for undergraduate course is observed. The College/Academic Unit maintains consortia and linkages with other learning institutions for academic exchange of instructional materials. The Faculty Development Program is implemented with the following provisions: Opportunities for the faculty to attend/participate in capability- building and enhancing activities are fairly distributed. Programs and opportunities to develop and enhance leadership among students are provided. C.S.2. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Level II Accreditation. E.I.1. The Student Center is properly maintained. Students’ academic performance is commendable. The Accreditation Center (AC) is accessible and conveniently located. The buildings and other facilities are safe, well-maintained and functional. A regular and comprehensive Orientation Program is held for new, returning and continuing students. Safety and precautionary measures are implemented, A.I.3. proficiency in the use of the language of instruction; F.I.1.5. There are offices for student leaders, the editorial staff of the student publication and the officers of other student organizations. Varied, multi-sensory materials and computer programs are utilized. A.S .11 The various student services are provided with adequate staff, physical facilities, equipment and materials (e.g. There are facilities and equipment for table games, music appreciation, and TV or video viewing. Indicators on performance of graduates are studied such as: F.I.8.1. Policies on the use of student facilities are in place. B.I.11. H.I.1.3. A.I.5. There are 4 levels for HEI Accreditation: Level I. B.S.7. Workload assignments and number of preparations follow existing. The following basic medical equipment and medicines are all available: basic instruments (forceps, mouth, mirror, cotton filers, explorer, etc.). The institution has well equipped offices for: D.S.14. B.S.13. by webadmin; in Campus News, Events, News, Pages; on October 12, 2020; 0. Current: AACCUP Level IV Accreditation (BEED) BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AREA I: VISION, MISSION, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES AREA II: FACULTY AREA III: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION AREA IV: SUPPORT TO STUDENTS AREA V: RESEARCH AREA VI: EXTENSION AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AREA VII: LIBRARY AREA VIII: PHYSICAL PLANT AND FACILITIES … submission of approved and updated syllabus per course; B.I.10.2. At least 50% of the faculty Graduate degrees holders. The findings are passed to … proper lighting and ventilation; E.I.1.5. Function rooms and lounge are available and accessible. cleaning supplies and materials; and. There are readily accessible and functional fire extinguishers and other fire-fighting equipment. J.O.1. technical assistance and service inputs. Majority of the undergraduate and graduate programs are Level IV Re-accredited and Level III Re-accredited respectively, awarded by the Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP). study leave (with or without pay); G.I .1.5. tuition fee discount for faculty dependents; G.I .1.9. honoraria/ incentive for conducting research or for the production of scholarly works; G.I.1.13. The primary health care services are administered to all students by licensed medical, dental and allied professionals. E.I.5. B.I.10.7 adoption of alternative instructional delivery modes, such as modular instruction, e-learning and on-line study. Results of monitoring and evaluation are disseminated and discussed with concerned stakeholders. H.I.8. F.I.4. The Medical and Dental Clinics are managed by qualified medical and. F.S.8. The extension agenda is in consonance of local, regional and national development thrusts and priorities. The production/publication of a yearbook is encouraged. A.O.1. An integrated service program that caters to the various needs of foreign students are available, whenever applicable. The Library is on the mailing list of agencies, foundations, etc., for exchange of publications and other books and journals donations. Twelve programs of the University were survey visited by AACCUP (Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc.) accreditors by virtual means on November 23-27, 2020 amidst the CoVID-19 Pandemic. E.I.4. The AC has the following equipment and fixtures: The Institution/College/Academic Unit maintains the AC with the required resources, furniture, and documents. The site can accommodate its present school population and future expansion. C.S.2. employability of graduates; and. D.I.1.3. A.S.5. There is mechanism for monitoring and evaluation of SAS programs. H.I.3. DECEMBER 14, 2020 . be transparent and accountable to their constituents; and. Counseling Services consider cultural differences. C.I.6. Teaching assignments beyond the regular toad are compensated (e.g., overload pay, service credits, etc.). The institution has functional medical and dental sections/area, F.S.3. There are dormitories and housing facilities for students, faculty and staff. B.I.13. A.I.2. C.I.1. A liaison officer is available to assist foreign students in their transactions with concerned government agencies, whenever applicable. The maximum class size of 50 for undergraduate course is observed. maintains a functional and long-range program of faculty/staff development to enhance research capability and competence. D.S.1. student laboratory cooperatives; B.I.17.2. D. in education/related field; B.S.1.2. No less than 60% of the professional subjects in Education program are handled by full-time faculty. The programs that passed Level IV Phase I are BS in Biology, MA/Master in Education, MA/Master in Public Administration, and Doctor of Education major in Educational Management. During the exit program for the said survey visit, held at the BU-CBEM’s Entrepreneurship Hall in the BU Daraga Campus last 25 February 2019, the AACCUP Survey Team announced the attainment of Level 3 accreditation for the Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Bachelor of Science in Management, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, and Bachelor of Science in … B.S.1. To ascertain that VSU will qualify for Level IV Accreditation by the Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP), a Consultation-Workshop for Level IV Accreditation (Phase I) of VSU's Agriculture and Education Programs was held on April 19-20, 2012 at the VSU Accreditation Center. The institution has an approved aid adequate budget for research. The Institution allocates funds for the following student services and activities: The budget allotted for specific expenditures indicated in item I.5. regularly update respective course syllabi. Office Tel: +63 45 606-8101 OPA Tel: +63 45 606-8123 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Online Services. C.O.2. Waste disposal is efficiently and effectively managed on campus. Policies and procedures in the selection of student athletes, performers, writers, etc. E.I.7. C.S.2.2. The policies and procedures on selection, admission and retention of students are implemented. Leadership Safety Culture Robust Process Improvement ® FROM LOW TO HIGH RELIABILITY Chassin MR, Loeb JM. The Extension Program has contributed to the improvement on the quality of life of the target clientele/beneficiaries. The psychological tests are administered, scored and interpreted by qualified staff and the results are kept confidential. B.S.4. exists. D.I.4. Information materials on career and job opportunities are made accessible. The curricular content is responsive to the needs of the country and the recent developments in the profession. IT software and multi-media equipment are utilized. The SAS is represented in the policy and decision-making body of the Institution. The extension activities are documented in the form of: Periodic monitoring and evaluation of extension projects and activities are conducted. Periodic faculty performance evaluation on teaching and in other functions is done by at least three of the following: The results of the performance evaluation are used to improve the performance/competencies of the faculty. Team/collaborative and interdisciplinary research are encouraged. The Dean implements a supervisory program. Consultation, tutorial, remedial classes, expert services, and other instruction-related activities are given credit in consonance with faculty workload guidelines. E.S.13. B.I.2. Home; AACCUP Level of Accreditation; Click the image to view larger image. D.I.3. There is mechanism for monitoring and evaluation of SAS programs. The faculty and students are properly informed of the admission guidelines and retention policies. The Medical/Dental Clinic has ample space adequate lightings and ventilation. D.I.22. Completed and on-going research studies are periodically monitored and evaluated in local and regional in-house reviews. financial records of students; F.I.4.5.11. The buildings are well-ventilated and lighted. C.I.3. Space is provided for the librarians’ office, staff room, technical room, etc. The faculty are officially informed of their rank and tenure after evaluation of the credential and performance. Regular monitoring and evaluation on the implementation of student services are conducted. The Institution maintains a Financial Management Office managed by qualified and competent personnel. The institution informs the students and other stakeholders on other related programs and services not cited in CMO No.9 s. 2013. Student activities at the Student Center are regularly conducted and monitored. The library is administered and supervised by: a full-time professional licensed librarian; and. F.I.7. The reading room can accommodate at least 10% of the school enrollment at any given time. Starting with instruments for five (5) programs in 1992; then to ten (10) programs in 1994; there are now thirty-four (34) instruments which have undergone revision for the first time in year 2000. There are mechanisms to promote national, sectoral and cultural sports activities and development in coordination with concerned agencies. The VMGO are crafted and duly approved by the BOT/BOR. The class officers and assigned students assist in maintaining cleanliness of classrooms, laboratories, corridors and the school campus. The findings are passed to FAAP and then endorsed to CHED. A.I.5. editorship/writing in academic, scientific and professional journals; D.I.5.4. The Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc. is a non-profit and non-stock accreditation organization in the Philippines. There is community participation and involvement in extension activities in the following: D.I.2.2. Recruitment and selection of faculty is processed by the Faculty Selection Board using the following criteria: B.I.1.6. Five programs in both the undergraduate and graduate levels of MPSPC were recently conferred Level III Phase 1 accreditation by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP). A.S.2. Faculty handling OJT/practicum courses have had at least three (3) years of teaching and industry-based experience in the field. Quality student development services are assured. The Canteen/Cafeteria/Food Center is well-patronized. A.S.2. B.I.3. F.I.1. Laboratory supplies and materials are regularly replenished/replaced whenever applicable. The IRR on housing services is strictly followed (e.g. The institution has an approved and sustainable Faculty Development Program(FDP). The extension agenda is in consonance of local, regional and national development thrusts and priorities. F.I.5. Varied evaluation measures are used, such as: students’ attendance in class and other academic activities; maintenance of cleanliness and orderliness. B.I.7. Work ethic (punctuality, wise use of time, etc. Policy implementation is efficient. faculty/non-teaching personnel performance evaluation results; and. A.S.1. Student placement is regularly monitored and followed up. Requirements and procedures for recognition/accreditation of student organizations are widely disseminated. The curriculum reflects local, regional and national development goals as well as the institution’s vision and mission. The institution ensures transparency in the development/revision of guidelines and procedures for the student council/government. There are enough medical and dental supplies and materials. Buildings and facilities which conform with government standards are provided with accessible and safe amenities for persons with disabilities. E. RESEARCH, MONITORING AND EVALUATION The Non-print, digital and electronic resources are available. E.S.3. Honoraria and other incentives (deloading, credit unit equivalent, etc.) The Head Librarian, preferably with an academic rank, actively participates in the academic and administrative activities of the institution. grant of awards and recognition for their outstanding academic accomplishments e.g., Best Thesis, Student Researcher of the Year, etc. D.I.4. At the highest level of accreditation, Level IV arboreta employ well-qualified tree scientists engaged in publishing sophisticated research, manage living tree collections for the purpose of conservation, and take an active role in supporting tree conservation through the Global Trees Campaign. C.I.6. Course and test requirements are returned to students after results are checked, recorded, and analyzed. B.O.1. maternity leave/paternity leave with pay; G.I.1.3. Storage facilities (refrigerator, steel cabinets, etc.) requiring consultations between students and faculty; F.I.3.7. research outputs are protected by IPR laws; and. Instructional materials (IMS) are reviewed and recommended by an Instructional Materials Committee(lMC). B.S.9. 4.3. implementing and monitoring of plans, programs and other related activities; B.I.4.4. The institution recognizes the right of the students to: C.I.4.1. There are policies on management of learning which include the following: D.S.1.1. A.I.3. demonstrate knowledge of recent educational trends/ issues/ resources in the field of Undergraduate Teacher Education (BEEd). The Guidance Program is supported by qualified staff. Requirements and procedures for recognition/accreditation of student organizations are widely disseminated. For Graduate Programs: 2 for Level III, 2 for Level II and 2 for Level I. E.I.1. The 2nd survey was conducted last November 22 – 25, 2011 to prepare the documentary requirements of the re-accreditation process. USM’s BS Biology now Level IV Re-accredited — AACCUP Published by Lloyd Anton Von Colita at June 17, 2020 The Bachelor of Science in Biology program of University of Southern Mindanao has achieved the highest level of accreditation as certified by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP). B.S.2. Career counseling is provided to enable students to choose appropriate major/field of specialization. The faculty and students have commendable performance as a result of administrative support. Quality instruction is assured through the following strategies: F.I.3.1. The faculty are officially informed of their rank and tenure after evaluation of the credential and performance. preparing policies and guidelines in the internal administration and operation of the unit/institution; B.I.4.7. C.S.6. C.S.1. Retention rate of students is on the average. The College/Academic Unit of Undergraduate Teacher Education (BEEd) sources out the following from other agencies: The Extension Program is adequately funded. The Head Librarian directs and supervises the total operation of the library and is responsible for the administration of its resources and services. The Library collection is organized according to an accepted scheme of classification and standard code of cataloging. B.O.1. There are facilities and equipment for table games, music appreciation, and TV or video viewing. C.S.4. CRITERIA LEVEL III a) Reasonably high standard of instruction; b) A highly visible community extension program… c) A strong faculty development tradition. demonstrate skills and competencies in all of the following: F.I .1.1.knowledge of the program objectives/outcome(s). social, physical, athletic, cultural, military training, etc. A.S.9. The Maintenance Unit or its equivalent periodically inspects school facilities and equipment to ensure their proper utilization and upkeep. A liaison officer is available to assist foreign students in their transactions with concerned government agencies, whenever applicable. planning of programs and other related activities; B.I. The College/Academic Unit is committed to the service and development of the community, and. D.I.3. Medical and dental equipment are provided, F.S.5. The canteen/cafeteria is well-lighted, ventilated, screened and provided with potable water supply. The AC is managed by a qualified and committed staff/faculty. student welfare programs and services; and. The housing facilities are functionally designed. Water facilities are functional and well-distributed in all buildings. D.I.15. D.I.5. B.I.12. The institutional programs and services develop student potentials to the fullest. are accessible. Regular monitoring and evaluation on the implementation of student services are conducted. attendance to seminars, training(sports, leadership, etc. supervision, monitoring and evaluation of faculty performance. The SAS Unit is staffed with qualified personnel. Policies on the use of student facilities are in place. The Institution regularly monitors and evaluates the performance of the administrative personnel. D.S.1. There is congruency between actual educational practices and activities with the following: B.0.2.2. utilization of technology, knowledge learned, skills acquired from the extension projects and activities. The Dean is assisted by Department Chair/s (or their equivalent) with appropriate/relevant educational qualification and experience. The SDP is congruent with the VMGO and with national, regional and local development goals and agenda. A.S.6.2.2. regular and prompt attendance to classes; H.I 1.2. participation in faculty meetings and college/university. B.S.1. Cleanliness and orderliness are enforced. A counseling room is provided for students including those with special needs. repair and maintenance of facilities/equipment; D.I.5.11. The budget for faculty development is wisely utilized. The library promotes and disseminates its program through a regular announcement of its new acquisitions of print materials (books, journals, magazines), resources, facilities, and services. D.S.3. A.S.2. D.S.11. Internal Survey Visit (Preliminary) Grand Mean ≥ 2.50 None among the areas is rated less than 2.00 Candidate Status b. A.I.7. 1. Outstanding achievement of students is recognized and encouraged through the following: inclusion in the honor roll, Dean’s list, etc. After the application for an accreditation, there will be on-site visitors in the institutions seeking accredination. A mechanism to address student grievance is in place. A.I.3. D.I.3. Policies and guidance on the proper utilization of Student Center are in place. The projects and activities of the SAS Unit are recognized and implemented. The institution has a research program on student affairs and services. The Institution has an organizational structure and functions approved by the BOT/BOR. D.I.4. bulletin boards and display cabinets; E.S.9.14. A.I.4. The institution has an approved aid adequate budget for research. The library facilities are welt-maintained and aesthetically designed. A.I.3. The conduct of extension projects and activities is sustainable. 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