Heads up, ASCOTians! The Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT) will officially start its classes for the First Semester, S.Y. 2022-2023 on August 15, 2022 (Monday) for undergraduate students and on August 20, 2022 (Saturday) for graduate students. ASCOT will implement a flexible and blended mode of learning. This means that classes will be conducted continue reading : ASCOT | Announcement: Opening of Classes for the First Semester, S.Y. 2022-2023
ASCOT Fresh Grads! We’re Hiring! ASCOT, in collaboration with DOLE-Aurora, is looking for applicants under the Government Internship Program (GIP). There are 10 slots available for ASCOT fresh grads to be assigned to the college. The requirements/qualifications to be submitted are the following: College Graduate Certification from an establishment that parents are earning a minimum continue reading : ASCOT | Announcement: ASCOT Fresh Grads! We’re Hiring!
ASCOT | Announcement The Aurora State College of Technology is in no form related to the website Philan Portal. The said portal, claiming to be an educational and informative website, posted false information about ASCOT, particularly the courses offered and the supposed rates of each course. ASCOT does not collect tuition fees because of RA continue reading : ASCOT | Announcement: Fake Information Alert!
The ASCOT Steering Committee meets with the National Steering Committee for the Congress of the International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences (ISSAAS) today, August 1, in preparation for the said congress’ Virtual Conference on October 13–14, this year. Dr. Nina M. Cadiz, Dr. Simplico M. Medina, Dr. Evalour T. Aspuria, Dr. Fernando C. Sanchez continue reading : ASCOT meets with the National Steering Committee to prepare for the 2022 ISSAAS Virtual National Scientific Congress
ASCOT’s Quality Assurance Director, Prof. Annie R. Capin, with the Vice Presidents of the College, For. Michelle A. Resueno, VPPF, and Dr. RB J. Gallego, VPAA, attended the Accreditors’ Summit 2022, a Face-to-face Seminar-Workshop at Century Park Hotel, Manila, August 1-2. The conference theme for this year is “Engaging with Accreditors to Advance Quality Assurance continue reading : ASCOT officials attend the AACCUP Accreditors’ Summit 2022
ASCOT | Feature ASCOT ‘To! Episode 33: Ligtas ang May Alam! Workplace safety regulations are important because they protect employees, customers, and the company’s reputation. Enforcing workplace safety regulations can help to prevent accidents and injuries while also increasing productivity. Our guests from the College’s Disaster Risk and Reduction Management Office, DRRMO Director, For. Mark continue reading : ASCOT | Feature: ASCOT ‘TO Episode 33: Ligtas ang May Alam! (ASCOT-DRRMO: Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office)
ASCOT| FEATURE ASCOT ‘To! (Todo-todo) In our Episode 31, entitled “I-PMU na ‘Yan!”, we had the chance to know more about our College’s Procurement Management Unit (PMU) through our guests, Acting PMU Officer, Wilfredo N. Julio, and Administrative Officer III, Albert N. Delos Santos. They shared the main duties of the PMU and the informed continue reading : ASCOT | Feature: ASCOT ‘TO Episode 31: I-PMU na Yan! (ASCOT-PMU: Procurement Management Unit)
ASCOT has received the Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC) from CHED to offer Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Effective Academic Year 2022-2023. The BA in Political Science course serves as a preparatory for the upcoming Bachelor of Laws program at ASCOT. According to the Vice President for Academic Affairs RB J. Gallego, Ph.D., the continue reading : ASCOT receives COPC to offer AB Pol. Sci. effective A.Y. 2022-2023.
The Second day of AACCUP’s online survey visit includes live interviews, June 21. As the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines’ (AACCUP), Inc, lead accreditors continue to evaluate the documents submitted by the ASCOT Accreditation Task Forces, live questions and answers are now ongoing. The photo shows stakeholders who have continue reading : ASCOT | News Brief: AACCUP continues to evaluate ASCOT programs in Accreditation Day 2
Mr. Alberto N. Delos Santos was hired as the new ASCOT Administrative Officer III who is in charge of checking all of the College’s supplies and bidding transactions as Mam Araceli Bitancor retires. Delos Santos, who has worked at the college as an Administrative Aide VI (Electrician), has the essential experience and education for the continue reading : ASCOT | News Brief: ASCOT congratulates new permanent employees, Pres. Rotaquio designates cafeteria manager for Bazal Campus
Six (6) programs of ASCOT are being reviewed by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc, starting today. For Phase 2 of the 3rd Survey, the following programs will be evaluated: BS in Secondary Education, MA in Education, and Master in Management. Other programs like BS in Information Technology, continue reading : ASCOT | News Brief: 6 ASCOT Programs undergo Third and Second Survey Program AACCUP Accreditation