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UCCAT 2022 FIRST BATCH OF QUALIFIERS
(May Examination takers)



   

Note:

  1. Please bring your ID and examination slip;
  2. In the observance of IATF guidelines, please:
    1. wear face mask all the time;
    2. bring your personal alcohol and vaccination card (full vax first and second dose, first booster is preferred but not required)
    3. note that only qualifiers whose names are posted will be allowed entry to the campus premises; and
    4. note that only qualifiers will be entertained for orientation (no parents, guardians, or representatives will be allowed)
  3. Qualifying is NOT EQUIVALENT TO ENROLLMENT. Qualifiers are not automatically enrolled; a separate enrolment procedure will be discussed during the orientation.
  4. There is NO RESERVATION OF SLOTS. Those who will attend orientation must proceed with the enrolment process on the announced schedule. Failure to attend orientation and enrolment on schedule is tantamount to forfeiture of admission to the University.

University Officials

BOARD OF REGENTS

Hon. Oscar G. Malapitan
City Mayor / Chairman, Board of Regents

Atty. Rene Richard A. Salazar
University President / Vice Chairman, B.O.R

Hon. Ma. Milagros S. Mercado
City Councilor / Member, B.O.R

Hon. Karina Teh
City Councilor/ Chairperson, Committee on Education / Member, B.O.R

Engr. Oliver R. Hernandez, CESE
City Administrator/ Member, B.O.R

Ms.Lilibeth M. Luakian
Secretary to the Mayor / Member, B.O.R

Prof. Marilyn T. De Jesus
Vice President for Administration / Member, B.O.R

Ms.Violeta Y. Gonzales
OIC, PESO / Member, B.O.R

Dr. Cecille G. Carandang
Superintendent, Division of City Schools / Member, B.O.R

Prof. Rey H. Jetajobe
President, UCC Faculty and Employees Assn. Inc.

Dr. Teodoro A. Macaraeg Jr.
President, UCCAAI / Member, B.O.R

Mr. Ian Osete
President, SSC / Member, B.O.R

Mr. Frank Koh
Former President, FCCC Caloocan Chapter / Ex-Officio Member, B.O.R

Atty. Roderick Vera
Board Secretary

EXECUTIVE OFFICES

Prof. Marilyn T. De Jesus
OIC, University of Caloocan City

Dr. Cesar B. Chavez
Executive Vice President

Atty. Roderick Vera
Vice President for Academics Affairs / Dean, College of Law

Dr. Melchor S. Julianes
Vice President for Student Affairs
/ University Registrar , South Campus

Ms. Christine Santos
Vice President for Finance

Dr. Melinda M. Bautista
Vice President for Planning

Dr. Rosario D. De Ocera
Vice President for Extension Services

Dr. Lilian B. Enriquez
Vice President for Research and Publication

Dr. Shirley V. Saragcon
Dean, College of Business and Accountancy

Dr. Ramona A. Prado
Dean, College of Education /
Asst. Director, Budget and Finance Office

Dr. Bernadette B. Enriquez
Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences /
Director, Cultural Affairs / Adviser, The New Crossroads

Engr.Wenald H. Lopez
C.G.A.D. II / Executive Asistant for Special Projects

Dr. Dionisio Reyes
Campus Administrator, North Campus
/ University Registrar , South Campus

Mr. Ryan Alejo
University Accountant

Prof. Nomer Q. Marmolejo
Director, Budget and Finance Office

Dr. Teodoro Macaraeg Jr.
Director, Management Information System

Dr. Robert C. Torrecampo
Director, Research

Prof. Rey H. Jetajobe
Campus Administrator, South Campus /
Adviser, Supreme Student Council

Dr. Rodrigo M. Dantay, Jr.
Director, Student Affairs for North Campus /
Guidance Counselor, North Campus /
Campus Administrator, Camarin Campus

Dr. Jennifer G. Dela Cruz
Director, Sports Development

Dr. Helen O. Villegas
Program Coordinator, Scholarship

Prof. Jessie Tamayo
Asst. Campus Administrator, VocTech Campus

Prof. Ma. Cecilia M. Saenz
Guidance Counselor, South Campus

Prof. Decina M. Francisco
University Librarian, North Campus

Academics

Liberal Arts and Science

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES


  • BS Computer Science
  • BS Information System
  • BS Information Technology
  • BS Entertainment and Multimedia Computing
  • BS Mathematics
  • BS Psychology
  • Bachelor of Public Administration
  • Bachelor of Public Administration
    (SPECIAL PROGRAM)
  • AB Communication
  • AB Political Science
Business Accountancy

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY


  • BS Accounting Technology
  • BS Accountancy
  • BS Tourism
  • BS Hotel and Restaurant Management
  • BSBA Financial Management
  • BSBA Marketing Management
  • BS Entrepreneurial Management
  • BSA Human and Resources Development Management
  • BS Office Administration
  • Computer Secretarial
Education

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION


  • BEED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
  • BEED SPECIAL EDUCATION
  • BSE TLE
  • BSE SCIENCE
  • BSE ENGLISH
  • BSE ENGLISH-CHINESE
  • Certificate in Professional Education
  • Elementary | Secondary | P.E.
college of law

COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY


  • BS Criminology
college of law

COLLEGE OF LAW


  • Bachelor of LAW
Graduate Studies

GRADUATE SCHOOL


  • Doctor of Public Administration
  • PhD Education Management
  • Master in Public Administration
  • Master in Business Administration
  • Master of Arts in Teaching in Early Grades
  • Master of Arts in Teaching Science
  • MAED-EM
  • MS Criminology
  • About University of Caloocan City


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    History

    On July 1, 1971, the Secretary of Education authorized the first-year operation of the proposed Caloocan City Community College. For this, Municipal Ordinance No. 1495 appropriated the amount of P23,400.00. Its purpose was to implement the national development goal which assures the maximum participation of all people in the attainment and enjoyment of the benefits of growth and provide quality educational opportunities to its indigent but deserving constituents.

    On June 22, 1972, the College was authorized to open the second year of the general education course and the one-year secretarial on a P35,100 city budget.

    On June 7, 1973 the secretary of Education approved the third year operation of the College with BS Industrial Education and the BS Business Technology appropriating therefore P36,760 (Mun. Ord. Nos. 2020 and 2140).

    On March 25,1975 Ordinance No. 2295 provided for the charter of the renamed Caloocan City Polytechnic College. A fire gutted the High School PTA Building in 1984 forced the College to move to the nearby elementary school before transferring to the Sangandaan site. In June 1996, Buena Park and Camarin Annexes became operational, while Tandang Sora Annex at 7th avenue started classes in November, 2002.From an enrollment of 42 in 1971, the College had 3600 in 2000.

    In June 1996, it offered two(2) masteral courses in public administration and in education. To make the College more responsive to the needs of City's constituents, government employees with 60 undergraduate units were enrolled as third year students in the special Bachelor in Public Administration in 1997.

    On February 9, 2004, after 33 long years, Municipal Ordinance No. 0379 converted the Caloocan City Polytechnic college into the full-fledged University of Caloocan City.

    Vision

    A quality higher education institution imbued with relevant knowledge, skills and values for the attainment of community driven, industry sensitive, environmentally conscious, resilient and globally competitive, Academicsally focused citizens for the service of Caloocan City.

    Mission

    To maintain and support an adequate system of tertiary education that will help promote the economic growth of the country, strengthen the character and well-being of its graduates as productive members of the community.

    Goal

    • To attain quality instruction and high level of teaching competency among the faculty members.

    • To provide priority programs that are relevant to community development and concern for the environment.

    • To strengthen linkages between the university and industry partners and professional organization.

    • To determine the opportunities provided by the university to develop students’ full potential, skills and talents to make them competitive in the labor force in the city, in the national and global community as well.

    • To develop more immersion programs for students the will produce graduates with increased self-esteem, confidence and resiliency.

    • To intensify student involvement and Academics leadership within the university and in the local and international sphere.

    • To embark on research undertaking, curricular enhancement, community development, environmental consciousness, industry sensitivity that significantly affect the academe.

    Contact

    UCC Main Campus


       Biglang Awa St Cor 11th Ave Catleya, Caloocan, 1400 Metro Manila, Philippines
       Tel: +632-3106581 / +632-3106855
       Email: admin@ucc-caloocan.edu.ph
       Website: www.ucc-caloocan.edu.ph

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