Offices

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OFFICE OF THE COLLEGE PRESIDENT


Rev. Fr. Edione R. Febrero, JCL
College President

The College President is the Chief Executive of the College who bears the responsibility for the attainment of the College’s vision, mission and objectives.  He bears legal responsibility for all operations of the College, and with the Board of Trustees, is primarily responsible for the improvement and development of the academic programs, financial and physical expansion of the College.  He implements policies in accordance with the needs of the College and the community and the directives of government regulatory bodies.

For more details, refer to the Administrative Manual 2012, pp 25-26


OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS


Ana Linda O. Santos, PhD
Vice President for Academic Affairs

The Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs is mandated to realize the College’s vision, mission, institutional objectives and the strategic directions to provide quality programs, instruction and related services.  The VPAA is responsible for coordinating and providing strategic directions in the management of the academic departments and academic support units.  She is responsible in the integration of all standards, faculty development, instructional services, supervision, and evaluation matters.

For more details, refer to the Administrative Manual 2012, pp 28-37


OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATION


Engr. Leda T. De Gracia
Vice President for Administration

The Office of the Vice President for Administration is mandated to realize the College’s vision, mission, institutional objectives and the strategic directions to provide timely, efficient, responsive, and compassionate services to the stakeholders of the College.  The VPA shall be responsible for coordinating and providing strategic direction in the management of finance, physical plant, information and communication technology, business resource center, and the medical-dental services. Additional responsibility shall include administering the approved budget, authorizing appropriate budget adjustments as needed to carry out normal operations of the College.

For more details, refer to the Administrative Manual 2012, pp 101-107


CHRISTIAN FORMATION MINISTRY


Ms. Alma T. Dela Fuente, MA
Christian Formation Officer


Rev. Fr. Frederick Rubido
Chaplain

The Christian Formation Ministry is mandated to be responsible in the permeation of Gospel values for the integral growth of the entire College towards becoming a community of disciples.  It is engaged in “renewed integral evangelization” that would facilitate the maturing of Christian faith among the various stakeholders of the school. It shall formulate the Christian formation program, which involves building basic ecclesial community, integrated religious education, and integrated retreats and recollections.  It shall be responsible for coordinating and providing strategic directions  in the management of Christian Formation Ministry.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 123-130


RESEARCH, PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICE


Jose Edison C. Tondares,MGM, CESE
Officer-In-Charge

The Research, Planning and Development Office is responsible for institutional planning and development, ensures institutional effectiveness and facilitates accreditation.  It is committed to promote a culture of research for the pursuit of knowledge and innovativeness that is responsive to the needs of the local and global community.  It is tasked with the administration of the research program of SAC and is mandated to formulate and implement policies for the development of a genuine “research culture” in the College in consonance with the strategic and development plans of the school.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 139-150


COMMUNITY EXTENSION AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS OFFICE


Pedro S. Altar III, MA
Community Extension and External Relations Officer

The Community Extension and External Relations Office serves to develop the spirit of volunteerism and service among SAC community members and partner communities towards a Christ-centered, self-reliant and empowered community.  It includes social community extension (institutional, department/office, course-based and student organization based programs), academic extension, and external relations (alumni affairs, placement of graduates, marketing, student scholarship and assistance).

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 177-183


HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE


Mrs. Milagros D. Yabillo, MA
Human Resource Development Officer

The Human Resource Development Office ensures the welfare and development of the human resource for the attainment of their best and highest productivity possible resulting in the realization of the school’s vision, mission, objectives and strategic directions.  It is responsible for human resource planning, hiring, administration, development and maintenance.  It also coordinates the human resource programs to ensure that the HR procedures, practices, and decisions are consistent with the goals and policies of the institution.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 209-214


GUIDANCE SERVICES OFFICE


Mrs. Armie Ann Sapalo, MA
Guidance Services Officer

The Guidance Services Office contributes to the transformation of persons, institutions and communities in Christian formation of character and personality development.  It is responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring, organizing, and evaluating guidance programs and services in all levels in support of the College’s vision, mission, institutional objectives, strategic direction, and thrusts.  It is responsible for administering in-campus entrance/placement tests and guidance interviews to all incoming students as pre-admission requirements of the school, and for conducting orientation for incoming students.  It is also tasked to develop career guidance programs that cut across all levels.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 273-297


STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE


Mrs. Nona Cecilia V. Fornier, MA
Student Affairs Officer

The Student Affairs Office provides quality co-curricular activities, programs, and services to students of St. Anthony’s College.  It designs programs and activities that are geared towards the holistic development of students.  The SAO covers the students co-curricular activities, student government, student organizations, mandated clubs and interest groups, student welfare and discipline, student publication, and food services.  It also ensures that students are well-informed about the policies, norms, rules and regulations of the institution.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 344-263


REGISTRAR’S OFFICE


Mrs. Lucena C. Tondares, MEd
Registrar

The Registrar’s Office provides quality support services responsive to the growing requirements and expectations of the clientele.  It is committed to maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of student records and to supporting the vision, mission, and objectives of the institution.  It assists in the formulation, evaluation, revision, and/or enforcement of policies for the realization of the general and specific objectives of the institution.  The RO is also tasked with enforcing government and school regulations regarding admission requirements, student’s enrolment, crediting, transfer, promotions, subject load and sequence and graduation.  It also prepares the school calendar.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 385-393


FINANCE OFFICE


Mr. Richard E. Bandoja, CPA
Finance Officer

The Finance Office is mandated to manage the proper utilization and maximization of College funds.  It is responsible for establishing and maintaining the official accounting system and records, and related systems of internal control, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.  It provides stewardship and accountability for institutional assets and all financial resources received and used.  It also provides services and support in the acquisition of goods and services.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 410-412


PHYSICAL PLANT OFFICE


Engr. Ricardo Salvador V. Gayatin
Physical Plant Officer

The Physical Plant Office ensures quality physical plant facilities for a safe, aesthetic and conducive learning and working environment that facilitates growth in spirituality, academic excellence and community involvement.  The PPO covers the areas of general services, physical plant maintenance and improvement, campus construction, and campus security.  The PPO crafts the campus master plan of the College.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 460-475


SECURITY SERVICES OFFICE


Mr. Larry L. Lopez, MSCrim
Security Services Officer

The Security Services Office provides measures to ensure the overall security and safety of the campus including the College’s human resource and physical plant facilities and equipment.  It is in-charge of the administration of the security force and the formulation and maintenance of the Campus Security Plan.  It is also responsible for the traffic management and disaster risk reduction management within the campus.  The PPO periodically conducts inspection of the offices and campus for security plan compliance.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 479-484


THE LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER


Teresita Velasco
Learning Resource Center Officer


Ferdinand Alipis, MA
Librarian

The Learning Resource Center is an essential partner of the faculty in the instructional and research endeavors of the school.  It fosters the development of creative reasoning and critical thinking skills that lead to intellectual, spiritual, and social growth of the clientele in all levels and to other members of the school community.  It is mandated to collect, preserve, and provide access to human knowledge as a tool to empower the mind of the community members.  It promotes the love of libraries, reading and lifelong learning.

For more details, refer to Administrative Manual 2012, pp 312-342