THE TOURISM program of UST has been granted a Level 3 accreditation status—a step closer to becoming a Center of Development.

The Hotel and Restaurant Management program, meanwhile, received Level 2 re-accreditation from the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA).

“UST is being looked upon and sought after as a premier tourism and hospitality Management learning institution,” said Tourism and Hospitality Management Dean Maria Cecilia Tio Cuison, citing the college’s increasing enrollment rate and leadership of the students’ and faculty members in professional organizations.

According to the PACUCOA website, programs with Level 1 and 2 accreditation are granted full administrative deregulation, financial deregulation in setting tuition and other fees, authority to revise their curriculum without CHEd approval, and priority in the awards of grants, subsidies, or funding assistance from CHEd or the Department of Education. Daphne J. Magturo

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