Before the end of Dr. Eusebio Angara’s term as College President, Aurora State College of Technology achieved yet another milestone. For the first time in the College’s history, two of its programs received Level 1 Accredited status by AACUP (Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines).
After an intensive evaluation held last December 2-5, 2014, Bachelor of Elementary Education and Bachelor of Science in Forestry are now officially Level 1 Accredited by AACUP valid from Dec 16,2016 to Dec 15, 2017. Leading the programs to its success are the proud director of the departments, Prof. Eriberto Rivera (Director, Dept. of General Education) and For. RB Gallego(Director, Dept. of Forestry and Environment Science).
Sections included in the evaluation of the programs are Faculty, Research, Support to Students, Library and Laboratories. These sections have tremendously improved under the leadership of Dr. Eusebio V. Angara. The president is known to have good linkages and sponsors that have been good for the College.
CHED Designates Dr. Evi Q. Fontanos as OIC-President of ASCOT
As ASCOT welcomes 2015, the College will also have its new Head in the person of Dr. Evi Q. Fontanos, Vice President for Academic Affairs who was designated by CHED Chairperson Patricia Licuanan as Officer-In-Charge of the Office of the College President thru CHED Special Order No. 01, Series of 2015. Her appointment as OIC President took effect on January 05, 2015 until the Board of Trustees have elected a new President. As such, Dr. Fontanos will perform the duties and responsibilities of the College President.
Furthermore, she is also required to submit reports to the Board of Trustees regarding her actions taken in the performance of her duties as OIC and shall maintain the stability and regularity of the academics and administrative operations of the College. Starting with her new designation, Dr. Evi Q. Fontanos ordered to retain all designated positions of all Academic Directors, Non-Academic Directors and Unit Heads on a hold-over capacity and expressed her anticipation for the cooperation and commitment of everyone in performing their jobs in ASCOT.
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2014 Civil Engineering Board Passers
Eighteen out of twenty-six examinees from Aurora State College of Technology, successfully passed the December 2014 Civil Engineer Licensure Examination administered in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao and Lucena last December 6-7, 2014. The ASCOT Passing rate of 69.23% was once again higher than the national passing rate of 49.48%.
The newest additions to the list of ASCOT’s pride are:
- Engr. Rachele Ritual Aquil
- Engr. Euron Kieth Villapando Bonifacio
- Engr. Florenz Zaira Bacquel Buenconsejo
- Engr. Queennie Domingo Caballes
- Engr. John Paul Doringo Dumandal
- Engr. Gracelyn Balmores Gonzales
- Engr. Lenny Marie Paula De Guzman Pascua