Academic


Course offerings. Programs in instruction and research are standard-driven based on CHED, Accreditation, and ISO requirements.

To date, it has a total of 16 graduate programs in 20 different disciplines and 27 baccalaureate courses (in different majors), 4 basic education programs, TESDA and special and innovative courses and is currently applying for more new programs for future offering. The University, through its alternative learning system, has just recently been conferred upon an approval for the offering of its liberal arts, education and business administration courses under the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) of CHED.

Student Performance. The University operates board courses namely: education, nursing, accountancy, midwifery and physical therapy and will soon offer medical technology. LCUP’s passing rate for the first takers were above the national passing rate for the past several years.

Student Involvement. LCUP is more than just a center of learning - it is a university actually engaging Bulacan and the world. The LCUP experience goes far beyond what students learn in the classrooms and lecture halls. Students are involved in a wide range of curricular and co-curricular activities and continue to engage in important and enriching “real world” experiences during their stay at LCUP that encompass their social lives, their creative outlets and leadership development.

Research


About RPO

La Consolacion University Philippines along with the Research and Publications Office (RPO) aims to improve the university’s culture in developing competent and effective research output among the teaching and non-teaching personnel. Research and Publications Office focuses on supporting in terms of creating exemplary research works and helping the researchers producing studies about innovation, discovery, inspiration and invention. RPO also extends its services with the help of the Official Newsletter of La Consolocaion University Philippines, the Consolettres. The office has already released Its August, November and December 2016 issues.

At present, the Research and Publications Office is currently building the first LCUP Research Journal and Research Digest. Moreover, RPO also actively participates in offering research grants for aspiring faculty members for international and local publication. The Research and Publications is already working on a proposal for Institutional Innovation and Development Grant (IDIG) of Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) and two proposals submitted to Department of Science and Technology- Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (DOST-PCHRD).

History

In 2007, the University was a recipient of the CHED Best HEI Outreach Research Program Award for the research entitled “Social Responsibility in Higher Education towards a Transformative Education Model” where it landed in the 2nd runner-up notch.

In SY 2010-2011 alone, LCUP was a recipient of five (5) commissioned/funded researches namely: (1) Water Quality Assessment of the Paombong- Hagonoy Sections of the Angat River and Its Groundwater System: Towards a Sustainable Ecosystem [DOST]; (2) Water Quality Assessment of the Calumpit-Plaridel-Pulilan Sections of the Angat River and Its Groundwater System: Towards a Sustainable Ecosystem [DOST]; (3) Patients’ Knowledge and Attitudes on Tuberculosis and the Determinants of Treatment Compliance [DOH]; (4) Manpower Needs and Labor Demand Shifts of Industries in the Subic and Clark Growth Corridors: Perspectives in Academe and Industry Linkage [CHED-UP-ZRC]; and (5) Evaluation of the Maternal and Child Health Services of the Local Health Facilities [CHED-ZRC 3].

The University has also been granted funding for two other researches by the DOST through the Central Luzon Health Research and Development Council (CLHRDC): (1) Level of Implementation and Quality of Child Health Nutrition Programmes in the City of Malolos: An Evaluation, where LCUP is the project leader and (2) Hospital Waste Management of Government/Public and Private Hospitals in Region III. LCUP-RDO has likewise embarked on international research and publication. A number of its faculty members were paper presenters (two of whom were acclaimed top researchers) in international conferences held in Athens, Hongkong, Malaysia and the Philippines.


Community Extension


Integral to the educative mission of LCUP is addressing the needs of the Church with a special option for the poor. People and local communities have been benefited by its varied extension programs: community building, livelihood programs, literacy and numeracy programs, health and sanitation, day care centers, night high schools, environmental advocacies, and other economic enterprises. Under Project H.O.P.E. (Holistic Opportunity Program on Education), LCUP designed and implemented an alternative learning system for youth offenders through the review, assessment, and evaluation of the skills and academic competencies of juvenile delinquents. Residents of its adopted community in barangay San Gabriel in Malolos are beneficiaries of the “Lingkod Pamayanan” project. Northville 9 residents in Calumpit are likewise recipients of the University’s extension services such as the Gabay Pamayanan ni Mother Rita, Lipat Kaalaman, Taas Noo: Pinoy Ako, ABAKADA ni Mother Consuelo, and Luntiang Pinoy projects in coordination with DSWD, CEAP-Bulacan and the local government of Calumpit. Senior citizens and other residents of adopted communities were given medical treatment and assistance during medical missions and feeding programs. Annual “Via Crucis sa Ilog” and Institutional Tree Planting are also implemented as part of the environmental advocacy program of the University. /MCDSegismundo

Productivity


Integral to the educative mission of LCUP is addressing the needs of the Church with a special option for the poor. People and local communities have been benefited by its varied extension programs: community building, livelihood programs, literacy and numeracy programs, health and sanitation, day care centers, night high schools, environmental advocacies, and other economic enterprises. Under Project H.O.P.E. (Holistic Opportunity Program on Education), LCUP designed and implemented an alternative learning system for youth offenders through the review, assessment, and evaluation of the skills and academic competencies of juvenile delinquents. Residents of its adopted community in barangay San Gabriel in Malolos are beneficiaries of the “Lingkod Pamayanan” project. Northville 9 residents in Calumpit are likewise recipients of the University’s extension services such as the Gabay Pamayanan ni Mother Rita, Lipat Kaalaman, Taas Noo: Pinoy Ako, ABAKADA ni Mother Consuelo, and Luntiang Pinoy projects in coordination with DSWD, CEAP-Bulacan and the local government of Calumpit. Senior citizens and other residents of adopted communities were given medical treatment and assistance during medical missions and feeding programs. Annual “Via Crucis sa Ilog” and Institutional Tree Planting are also implemented as part of the environmental advocacy program of the University. /MCDSegismundo
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