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        As part of ensuring quality education and services, SPAMAST submitted its programs to the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and University in the Philippines (AACCUP) evaluation last October 25-28, 2017. The said survey visit aimed at qualifying several programs to certain accreditation levels. The programs are the following; for Malita Bachelor of Science in Agri-Business (Level II); Bachelor in Agricultural Technology (Level II); Master of Arts in Education (Level II); and Master of Science in Marine Biodiversity (Level II); and for Digos Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering (Level II), Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Forestry (Level II), Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Level II), and Bachelor of Science To maintain a positive relationship with its stakeholders, the Southern Philippine Agri-Business, Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST) conducted a consultative conference last October 10, 2017 at the SPAMAST Audio visual room, Malita, Davao Occidental. The stakeholder’s consultative conference promoted transparency as they had invited the responsible persons from different offices of the institution. It is evident that SPAMAST was fervently attaining its goals. Team work as the theme of the conference, the school encouraged its stakeholders to participate in the planning session led by Dr. Nila Nanette S. Revilla, SPAMAST VP for Academic Affairs in going through potential programs to be offered by the institution. The session also demonstrated in Agriculture (LevelI). The accrediting team was headed by Dr. Emmanel P. Leaño from the Central Mindanao University (CMU) as the overall AACCUP coordinator and onboard were accreditors from the University of Southern Mindanao (USM), Basilan State College (BSC), Mindanao State University (MSU), Bukidnon State University (BSU) and Central Mindanao University (CMU). The accreditation survey visit commenced with an nitial cluster meeting of the SPAMAST task force led by the accreditation coordinator, Dr. Grace D. Buencillo of SPAMAST-Malita campus and Dr. Cindy B. Rosil of SPAMAST –Digos campus. Dr. Buencillo was joined by the assigned team and area leaders. A courtesy call took place on the second day and the
SPAMAST President, Dr. Irvin C. Generalao welcomed the accreditors. It took three days for the accreditation team to perform its duties and examine documents along with tangible evidences to assess each program submitted for accreditation. The team also paid a visit to sites where the College extended its service through their extension programs. During the exit conference, Dr. Leaño commended the SPAMAST team with special mention to the accreditation task force for the smooth process. The program went on with the accreditors’ impressions and recommendations for the areas and programs subjected for accreditation. With the positive responses, SPAMAST anticipates favorable results that will be announced next year.-Sheena Love Estilloso

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