Another turning point was accomplished by Gov. Alfonso D. Tan College as its five programs passed the Level 1 accreditation regulated by the Association of Local Colleges and Universities—Commission on Accreditation (ALCU-COA) received recognition on 16th of July this year, after its application for accreditation last December 5-8, 2019.
The awarding of the accredited programs: Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED), Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics (BSED-Math), Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English (BSED-English), Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing Management (BSBA-MM), and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (AB-PolSci), which came off on afternoon of the aforementioned date by Dr. Raymundo P. Arcega, President and Executive Director of ALCUCOA; Dr. Imelda P. Soriano, Secretary of ALCUCOA; together with Professor Christine Mendoza, the technical assistant and masters of ceremony of the program.
The virtual awarding was joined and witnessed by the entire faculty in the College who have designations. The accredited programs will expire on 2022, on the date it was officially accredited.
However, nine other remaining programs are yet to be accredited this September. But due to the breakout of the pandemic, this schedule is still subject for postponement.