Manila, Philippines — Marinduque State College, under the dynamic leadership of President Prof. Dr. Diosdado P. Zulueta, led a distinguished delegation to the 37th Annual Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) National Conference with the theme “Sustaining a Workplace Culture of Quality Assurance and Accreditation” from March 20 to 22, 2024 at Century Park Hotel, Manila. This significant event also highlights MSC’s unwavering commitment to academic excellence and quality assurance.

MSC delegation headed by PDPZ (Photo by Raoul J. Magcamit)

The AACCUP National Conference serves as a premier platform for state universities and colleges across the Philippines to convene, exchange insights, and collectively address challenges and opportunities in the realm of accreditation and quality assurance. For MSC, participation in this esteemed gathering underscores its dedication to continuous improvement and adherence to national and international standards of excellence.

Accompanying President Zulueta were VP for Academic Affairs Asst. Prof. Raoul J. Magcamit, VP for Student Affairs and Services & College of Allied Health Sciences Dean Assoc. Prof. Marviin P. Plata, PMS Chief Assoc. Prof. Alfredo M. Ofrecio, III, MSC Boac Campus Director, Assoc. Prof. Julie P. Rodelas, Graduate School Dean Assoc. Prof. Dr. Julieta Q. Nabos, College of Governance Dean Assoc. Prof. Dr. Anne Grace M. Labatete, College of Industrial Dean Assoc. Prof. Mario T. Mascarenas and College of Fisheries & Aquatic Resources Dean Prof. Dr. Paloma DC. De Chavez. Their presence underscores MSC’s collaborative approach to quality assurance, wherein stakeholders from all levels of the organization actively participate in the pursuit of excellence.

As the MSC delegation takes part in the AACCUP National Conference, the institution reinforces its position as a beacon of academic excellence in the Philippines. Through President Prof. Dr. Diosdado P. Zulueta’s visionary leadership and the collective efforts of its faculty, students, staff and other stakeholders, MSC remains steadfast in its mission to provide quality education that transforms lives and empowers communities.

(Raoul J. Magcamit/Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs)