Stakeholders’ Awareness and Acceptability of the Vision, Mission, Goals, and Objectives of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College
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Vision, mission, goals, and objectives (VMGOs) function as the foundation of an educational institution. The Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) underscored that an educational institution is assessed according to the degree how its VMGOs are achieved, but not in comparison with others. This descriptive research utilized the survey method to determine the levels of awareness and acceptability of the Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College in the Academic Year 2021-2022 among the stakeholders. 385 students, administrators, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni, who were selected using the random sampling technique answered the researcher-made instrument. For analysis, data were summarized primarily using mean and standard deviation. The results show the following: (a) The alumni, faculty, staff, and Bachelor of Arts in Social Science students indicated a “High” level of awareness of the Vision of the institution, while the English Language students, and the administrators indicated a “Very High” level of awareness; (b) All the groups indicated a “High” level of awareness of the Mission of the institution and of the Goal of the College of Arts and Sciences; (c) All stakeholders indicated a “High” level of awareness of the Bachelor of Arts in Social Science program objectives, a “High” level of awareness of the Bachelor of Arts in English Language program objectives except for students who indicated a “Very High” level of awareness, and a “High” level of awareness of the Bachelor of Science in Psychology program objectives except for the staff who indicated an “Average” level of awareness. The results also revealed the following: (a) All stakeholders indicated a “Very High” acceptability of the Vision of the institution except for the alumni and Social Science students who indicated a “High” level. (b) All groups indicated a “Very High” level of acceptability of the Mission of the institution and of the Goal of the College of Arts and Sciences except for the alumni and Psychology students who displayed a “High” level of acceptability. (c) All stakeholders showed a “Very High” level of acceptability of the program objectives of the three degree programs except for the staff who indicated a “High” level of acceptability of the Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Bachelor of Social Science program objectives and for the alumni and staff who indicated a “High” level of acceptability of the Bachelor of Science in Psychology program objectives.
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Villanca AA, Binayao BS, Caterial MZD, Ablanque VC. Assessing the Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives of a State University in Southern Philippines. International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology. 2020;5(10): ISSN No:-2456-2165.
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