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JHCSC endeavors to improve the delivery of quality education by submitting all its programs for Level 1 accreditation.Hence, last June 30 to July 3, 2015, twenty five (25) accreditors from different SUCs in Region X of the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges & Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP, Inc.) headed by Dr. Brigida Roscom, came to JHCSC Main & Dumingag Campuses to accredit the programs. 

An opening program was held on June 30, 2015 at Hotel Alindahaw where the accreditors and the JHCSC accreditation taskforce were formally introduced. The Provincial Governor, Hon. Antonio H. Cerilles - the founder of the College, attended the said program and was interviewed regarding his commitment to support the College.


Five (5) programs of the Main campus, namely; BSED (major in Math, Science, English & Filipino), BEED (major in General Education), BSA (major in Crop Science & Animal Science), BSIT & AB (major in English & Political Science) and four (4) programs of the Dumingag campus, namely  BSED (major in Math, English & MAPEH), BEED (major in General Education), BSA (major in Crop Science & Animal Science) and BSIT were submitted for Level 1 accreditation.

Each of these programs was evaluated in ten (10) areas: Area I – Vision, Mission & Goals;   Area II – Faculty;  Area III – Curriculum 7 Instruction; Area IV – Student Services; Area V – Research; Area VI – Extension & Community Involvement; Area VII – Library; Area VIII – Physical Plant & Facilities; Area IX – Laboratory; & Area X – Administration.

    Exit conference was done simultaneously in the Main & Dumingag campuses on July 2, 2015 where all the accreditors presented their findings and recommendations to the College Officials and local accreditation taskforce. Both campuses are now awaiting for the official results of the level 1 accreditation that will be given by the AACCUP Board of Trustees.

The said activity was not made possible without the financial assistance provided by CHED through its Higher Education Development Fund (HEDF) which amounted to one million one hundred ninety nine thousand eight hundred twenty eight pesos (Php 1,199.828) and the counterpart of the College.

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