Mayor Pamintuan hails CCA for CHED recognition
Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan has commended the City College of Angeles (CCA) after it was recognized as a full-fledged Higher Educational Institution.
Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Officer-in-Charge J. Prospero De Vera III handed over the recognition to CCA President Dr. Richard Daenos during a recent Nationwide Caravan for Republic Act 10931 held at the Hiyas Convention Center of Malolos City in Bulacan.
“This attainment serves as a constant reminder for us in the local government to consistently subscribe or even go beyond the requirements of the CHED which of course are part of the efforts of the college to provide quality yet affordable tertiary education to the young people of Angeles City,” Pamintuan said.
Daenos said the recognition reiterates the college’s “commitment to excellence”.
“This grant conferred to us by CHED is the fruit of the city’s hardwork and a reflection of its vision to bring out the best in every Angeleño youth by providing them opportunities and access to tertiary education,” said Daenos.
“It will allow us to place the college on the map of prime learning institutions offering quality tertiary education especially to our underprivileged youth,” he added.
CCA, established in 2012, is one of the only three Local Universities and Colleges (LUCs) from Central Luzon to receive the recognition from CHED.
To attain the institutional recognition, the CCA administration came up with a five-year comprehensive development plan that deals with all aspects of the college’s operation.
This includes the curriculum improvement, infrastructure development, governance and management, human resources and development, and more importantly, the student’s development.
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