UC Community services


UC CARES (Community Awareness, Relations & Extension Services)

(Katilingbanong Kasayuran, Kalabutan, ug mga Kahimu-an)

Goals

UC-CARES anchors its institutional development implementation on the 1st and 2nd Goals:

  • To develop social awareness, responsibility and accountability among stakeholders anchored on instruction, research, and production; and
  • To develop a pool of qualified, professional and motivated faculty in the areas of instruction, research and community extension.

Vision

In order to establish a highly visible community extension program facilitative in building self-reliant and eco-friendly communities.

UC-CARES sets in motion processes of participatory, integrated, and holistic community extension services.


Objectives

  1. Maximize the involvement of the faculty, non-teaching personnel, students, and the partner-communities in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of developmental programs.
  2. Enable the people in the partner-communities to take actions on social, environmental, and economic problems and issues that affect or tend to affect them.
  3. Apply the integrated approach of community organizing and building to ensure impact assessment.
  4. Incorporate deeper dimensions of morality and spirituality.
  5. Strengthen linkages with the government, non-government, and other civic organizations to share and mobilize resources.

Our adopted communities

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Toribio Padilla Boundaries
North:Lorega San Miguel
South:Parian & Tinago
East:Tejero
West:Day-as & Zapatera


Personnel

Cesar P. Gulang
Chairperson


Coordinators

Ms. Jocelyn P. Bito-on
Allied Engineering

Ms. Charito L. Bonghanoy, Ms. Beatriz G. Diamante, Ms. Eugenia Quijada, and Ms. Mary Ann G. Salazar
Business Adm. & Accountancy:

Dr. Al D. Horteza
Computer Engineering

Ms. Shiela Debbie Contridas and Ms. Jasmin Bayron
Criminal Justice

Mrs. Rosadelma Villacastin
Customs Administration

Mr. Gerbe Cañacao
Hotel & Restaurant Mgt.

Mr. Heubert M. Ferolino
Information & Computer Studies

Mr. Renante Ting
Liberal Arts

Ms. Cecilia O. Ares and Ms. Jel S. Borja
Teacher Education:

Ms. Cydar Oraiz
UC-Banilad Campus

Dr. Mark Abadiano
UC-METC Campus

Ms. Danielita Patindol
UC-LM Campus


Updated: September 2015