The City College of Calapan (CCC) held its 81st Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting, chaired by the esteemed City Mayor Marilou Flores-Morillo,

on June 11, 2024. The meeting was a significant convergence of minds focused on the advancement of the college’s educational standards and the welfare of its academic community.

  • Celebrating Academic Achievements

The BOT proudly presented the list of candidates for graduation and discussed the upcoming 13th Commencement Exercises.

  • Addressing financial Sustainability

A proposed tuition fee increase was deliberated upon, considering the need to balance financial sustainability with accessible education.

  • Upholding Academic Standards

The CCC retention policy was reviewed, emphasizing the institution’s dedication to maintaining high academic standards.

  • Keeping the Community Informed

Updates on enrollment figures were shared.

  • Empowering Educators

The Magna Carta for Teachers was a key topic, highlighting the BOT’s resolve to uphold the rights and professional development of educators.

  • Enhancing Faculty Welfare

Other matters included the introduction of a uniform for contract service teachers and the discussion of the latest Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) results.

  • Commitment on Continuous Improvement

The meeting concluded with a focus on initiatives that will enhance the quality of education and equip teachers with advanced knowledge and skills. These efforts are aimed at empowering educators to impart a higher level of learning to their students.

The 81st  BOT meeting of the City College of Calapan, under the leadership of Mayor Marilou Flores-Morillo, has set a clear path towards educational progress and community empowerment. The college continues to strive for excellence, ensuring that every decision made by the BOT aligns with the vision of providing a transformative education for all.