About Us

Victoriano R. Regio, Ph.D.


In response to the attainment of the College’s vision, mission, quality policy, core values, and ten-point agenda, the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs ensures the effective, efficient, and excellent delivery of services which are anchored on the Thrusts of the Academic Affairs Department: ACTION with EXCELLENCE.

The department always strives for quality services in all activities especially in terms of accreditation of academic programs and other survey visits to ensure full compliance to program and quality assurance standards. The office assures the offering of relevant and innovative curricular undergraduate, laboratory high school, and graduate programs in order to provide the best quality education and to produce globally competitive graduates.

The office also encourages and fully supports faculty and staff who wish to pursue graduate studies and professional accreditation, industry immersion, and participating in in-house capability-building activities to achieve excellence in instruction.

The department strengthens support mechanisms to students especially board exam takers and topnotchers by enhancing student support and services such as: library services, leadership trainings, values enhancement, sport and cultural activities, literary publications and other civic engagement activities.

As we look forward to more remarkable services and accomplishments, the Academic Affairs department will always sail in unity and remains committed to transforming ACTION with EXCELLENCE into REALITY.

Thrusts of the Academic Affairs Department

Accreditation of Programs
(All Schools, OQAAE, Auxiliary Units)
Full compliance to program and quality assurance standards, through
a. upgraded program accreditation, and
b. continuing application for certificate of program compliance.
Curricular Programs that are responsive and relevant
(All Schools)
Offer responsive and relevant curricular undergraduate (including laboratory schools) and graduate programs which are identified by CHED and RDC as priority programs.
Topnotchers in Board Examinations
(Goal 8)
All Schools, Auxiliary Services
Strengthen support mechanisms to board exam takers and topnotchers, through
a. intensified incentive programs,
b. conduct of studies on performance of graduates on board exams, and
c. institutionalized review programs and policies.


Institutional Accreditation
(All Schools, OQAAE, Auxiliary Units)
Align all plans and activities of the Academic Department towards Institutional Sustainability Assessment (ISA) and ISO 9001:2015 standards
Outstanding Performance in Board Examinations
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)
Obtain passing rates in Board Examinations that are higher than the National Passing Rates, through
a. periodic evaluation of student performance/grades
b. strictly implemented admission and retention policies,
c. well-designed course syllabi, and
d. conduct of major examinations that are aligned with board examinations
Networking and Linkaging
(All Schools)
Build new and relevant linkages with industry and other educational institutions and strengthen existing ones through
a. intensified student internship programs,
b. student/faculty exchange programs,
c. alumni relations, and
d. conduct of exploratory visits with potential local and international collaborators
Excellence and Quality in Instruction
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)
Ensure excellence and quality in the delivery of instruction through
a. periodic review and enhancement of curricular offerings,
b. regular review and calibration of course syllabi,
c. regular conduct of classroom observations and monitoring of classes, and
d. strong admission and retention policies, and
e. use of quality instructional materials
Competencies and Qualification of graduates
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)
Boost competencies and qualification of graduates through
a. periodic evaluation of student performance/grades
b. strong admission and retention policies, and
c. national certifications, and eligibility and board examinations, and
d. Upgraded laboratory facilities


Employability of Graduates
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)
Enhance employability of graduates through


a. conduct of graduate tracer studies,
b. researches on employability of graduates,
c. exit evaluation/conference with graduating classes, and
d. gathering of feedback from the alumni
e. graduate placement and promotions

Leadership in Instruction
(Goal 1, 6, 7, 8)
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)
Strengthen faculty and staff profile by


1. increasing number of faculty members who pursued professorialaccreditation and
2. continuing faculty and staff development programs such as

   a. graduate studies abroad,
   b. industry immersion, and
   c. conduct of in-house capability building activities

Leverage and Sustainability of Graduates
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)
Ensure global competitiveness of graduates in terms of knowledge, skills and competencies through
a. excellence in quality delivery of instruction
b. industry-driven and internationalized curriculum
Effective and Efficient Student Support and Services
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)
Strengthen student support and services through


a. improved library services,
b. conduct of studies on user satisfaction, effectiveness of student services programs and other student affairs,
c. provision of continuing student development programs such as but not limited to leadership trainings,
values enhancement, sports, culture, and arts promotions, and literary publications, and
d. job placement programs and career center
e. provision of well-equipped facility and technology-driven student records management

Noteworthy Accomplishments
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)
Attain noteworthy accomplishments through
a. periodic monitoring accomplishment reports vis-à-vis plans and targets and
b. calibration of performance vis-à-vis targets
Complemented Instruction, Research, and Extension Functions
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)
Complement and enrich delivery of instruction with Research and Extension through:


a. Intensified research culture in the graduate and undergraduate programs by engaging students in publishable researches as one classroom strategy
b. Conduct extension activities/ outreach programs through collaborations among the graduate and undergraduate school faculty and students

Ethical and Environmentally-Responsible Faculty and Students


Progressive Increase of Quality Entrants
(All Schools, Auxiliary Services)

Nurture faculty members, staff and students who are morally-upright, live by ethical standards, advocates of cultural identity and preservations, and defendersof the enviroment


Increase enrolment rate of quality entrants through
a. conduct of promotional activiities,
b. career guidance programs with existing senior high schools in the province, and
c. strong admission policies

Quality Policy

Marinduque State College is a research-driven higher education institution committed to provide excellent services to its stakeholder the highest level of satisfaction through a quality management system imbued with its Core Values, guided by its Ten-Point Agenda and by adhering to globally-adopted quality standards.

Quality Plans and Objectives – OVAPAA

Major Final Output Key Output/s Key Performance Indicator/s Target
Relevant and quality tertiary education ensured to achieve inclusive growth

Acess of poor but deserving students to quality tertiary education increased

Higher education research improved to promote economic productivity and innovation                                                                      
Approved, implement and monitored Strategic Plan and Operation Plan
  • Strategic/Operational Plans prepared and approved on time
  • Strategic/operational plans are prepared and approved one quarter prior the start of covered year.
  • Percentage of implemented Programs, Project and Activities vis-à-vis Strategic & Operation Plan
  • 90 % of the Programs, Projects and Activities reflected in the plan are implemented as scheduled.
  • Accomplishment Reports submitted as scheduled
  • Periodic Reports of Accomplishment submitted and evaluated as scheduled
Sustained quality of tertiary and advanced education programs.
  • Percentage of undergraduate and graduate programs with accreditation
  • 100% of the programs maintains valid/updated accreditation status
  • Percentage of programs issued with Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC)
  • 100% of the programs is issued COPC by CHED
  • Percentage of Higher Education graduates (2 years prior) that are employed
  • At least 65% of the higher education graduates are employed in related industries within two (2) years after graduation
  • Percentage of first-time licensure exam-takers that pass the licensure examination
  • At least 64% of the first-time licensure exam-takers passed the licensure examination
  • Percentage of over-all performance in licensure exams (Level III & IV Programs)
  • At least 25% (Level III) and at least 50% higher (Level IV) than National Passing Percentage
  • Percentage of graduates that pass equivalent National Assessment Tests/Gov’t Eligibility Examinations
  • At least 65% of the takers passed the equivalent National Assessment Tests/Gov’t Eligibility Examinations
  • Percentage of the graduates who finished their academic programs according to prescribed timeframe
  • At least 90% of the graduates finished their academic programs according to prescribed timeframe
  • Percentage of full-time regular faculty members with relevant graduate degrees as required by CHED
  • 100% of full-time regular faculty members with relevant graduate degrees as required by CHED
Sustained quality of student support services
  • Percentage of student support programs implemented on time
  • 100% of student support programs are implemented as planned and scheduled
Enriched delivery of instruction through R & E Activities
  • Percentage of full-time permanent faculty members actively involved in research and development and extension activities to enrich and complement instruction
  • At least 20% of full-time regular faculty members are actively involved in research and developmnt and extension activities to enrich and complement instruction