The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) welcomed Wesleyan University-Philippines (WUP) as its member and validated its efforts in pursuing accreditation for its programs.
In a ceremony held at the Radisson Blu Hotel Cebu, PACUCOA Chair, Dr. Conrado Iñigo, presented a welcome plaque to WUP. The acknowledgment reflected the university’s commitment to academic excellence and marked the beginning of a journey toward continuous improvement.
The plaque was received by Wesleyan’s Quality Assurance Director, Dr. Jason Villaroman.
On February 15-18, 2022, four programs from the College of Allied Medical Sciences that included the BS in Medical Technology, BS in Pharmacy, BS in Physical Therapy, and BS in Radiologic Technology underwent accreditation with PACUCOA. Later, these programs earned a Candidate Status from this accrediting body. The Candidate Status is a preliminary accreditation needed for any program to qualify for higher accreditation levels.
In addition, three programs from the College of Engineering and Computer Technology (CECT), the BS in Electronics Engineering, BS in Computer Engineering, and BS in Information Technology, were set for preliminary accreditation next year.###