Vission, Mission & Goals
The University`s Guiding Principles
The University declared the following as its guiding principles.
Education is an essential factor to one`s personal advancement and an integral tool to national development.
A high quality of learning that will bring forth a high quality of life, more particularly in Caloocan City.
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.
- To be a dynamic institution of learning that will provide quality and relevant education in Caloocan City;
- To produce qualified and efficient professionals who will effectively respond to the changing tide in a globalized society.
- To maintain a pool of qualified and competent educators worthy of respect and high esteem of their students.
[From page 5 of the students' handbook.]
The University of Caloocan City (UCC) is located in Sangandaan, Caloocan City, the Philippines. UCC-Main is at Sangandaan Annexes, Tandang Sora, Camarin and Buena Park.
The University of Caloocan City was formed in 2004 out of Caloocan City Polytechnic College, which had been founded in 1971.
Its first programs are Bachelor's of Science degrees in Industrial Education (BSIE) and B.S. Business Technology (BSBT).
The school had first been located in a building at Caloocan High School. It transferred to its present location (at General San. Miguel St. Sangandaan, Caloocan City) when the first building burned.
CCPC or Caloocan City Polytechnic College started as a two-year course college in 1971 and offered four-year courses in 1975. Its first programs are Bachelor of Science degrees in Industrial Education (BSIE) and B.S. Business Technology (BSBT).
In January 23, 2004, Caloocan City Council unanimously approved the Ordinance 1020-2003 principally authored by then councilor Gonzalez Jr. authorized the city government to convert the existing Caloocan City Polytechnic College into a full-pledged university. The initially city hall-funded tertiary educational institution will henceforth be called as University of Caloocan City, the lone public university in Caloocan.
In April 20, 2006, the 32nd Commencement Exercise took place at Folk Arts Theater, Manila. BSIE is the first to call to come at the stage which is a tradition at the Commencement Exercises.
In 2004, the Caloocan City Polytechnic College (CCPC) became a full-fledged university, and offers a wide array of courses from different studies, namely:
College of Education
Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEED)
Bachelor of Secondary Education-Technology and Livelihood Education (BSE-TLE)
Bachelor of Science major in Science (BS-SCI)
College of Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Tourism (BST)
Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSPSYCH)
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (ABPOLSCI)
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (ABMATH)
Bachelor of Arts in English (ABENGLISH)
Bachelor of Science in Criminology (BSCRIM)
Bachelor in Public Administration (BPA)
College of Business and Accountancy
Bachelor of Science in Business Major in:
Management Accounting (BSBAMNAC)
Marketing Management (BSBAMKTGMGT)
Financial Management (BSBAFMGT)
Human Resource Department Management (BSBAHRDM)
College of Computer Studies
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCOMSCI)
Bachelor of Science in Information System (BSIS)
Bachelor of Science in Office Administration (BSOAd)
for Master's Degree:
Master in Public Administration (MPA) Master in Education (MaEd)
for Doctor's Degree:
Doctor in Public Administration(DPA)
** This is copied from wikipedia
Board of Regents
HON. MAYOR ATTY. ENRICO “RECOM” ECHIVERRI
DR. CORAZON M. GONZALES
Division of City Schools, Caloocan
HON. RICOJUDGE “RJ” ECHIVERRI
President, League of Barangay
Chairman, Committee on Education
DR. MELINDA M. BAUTISTA
DR. TEODOR A. MACARAEG, JR.
MS. MADELEINE JOY M. ESCRIBA
DR. EDERLINDA M. FIESTA
University Administrator, UCC
HON. ATTY. ENRICO “RECOM” ECHIVERRI
DR. EDERLINA M. FIESTA
DR. MAGNOLIA B. MANLUTAC
OIC, Camarin Campus
PROF. MARILYN T. DE JESUS
DR. DIONISO S. REYES
OIC, Camarin Campus
PROF. CARMELITA M. DEL ROSARIO
PROF. DECINA M. FRANCISCO
Asst. Librarian, Camarin Campus
PROF. SHIRLEY V. SARAGCON
DR. TEODORO A. MACARAGE, JR.
PROF. MA. CECILIA M. SAENZ
Guidance Counselor/OIC – OSA
PROF. HELEN O. VILLEGAS
OIC – Scholarship Foundation
DR. LUIS P. REODIQUE