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Technical-Vocational

Technical-Vocational

Requirements

Undergraduate

Requirements

Freshmen
  • Original copy of form 138 (H.S. Card)
  • Original copy of Certificate of Good Moral Conduct
  • One (1) black and white 2×2 I.D. picture
  • One (1) copy of Birth Certificate (SECPA)
  • Other Credentials that the college may require of a particular applicant

Transferees
 
  • Transfer credentials from the last school attended .
  • Informative Copy of TOR from previous school attended.
  • One (1) black and white 2×2 I.D. picture
  • Original copy of Certificate of Good Moral Conduct.
  • Other credentials that the college may require of a particular applicant.

Non-Resident Students
 
  • Students of the other schools who wish to enroll in summer classes or to cross-enroll during regular semesters must present a PERMIT TO STUDY/PERMIT TO CROSS-ENROLL issued by the Registrar of their schools of origin.
  • Other requirements may be imposed as the need arises.

Aliens

In addition to the requirements of either transferee or new high school graduates, any alien seeking admission in the college must furnish the Registrar’s Office any of the following:
 
  • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)
  • Immigration Certificate of Registration (ICR)
     

Specific Requirements:


School of Education
 
  • Student with an average of 80% in his/her secondary education is qualified to enroll in the School of Education.
  • Final grade of 80% in English.
  • Students who are so desirous of enrolling in the School of Education and who have an average of less than 80% are considered as probationary enrollees for one year.

School of Criminology
 
  • Regular or Irregular 2nd year, 3rd year and 4th year criminology students to be eligible to take the maximum 29 units given per semester should be able to pass the comprehensive examination on Criminalistics, Sociology of Crimes and Ethics, Lea Law and Jurisprudence and Correctional Administration. A student to be rated “PASSED” must get an average of 50% in all aforementioned subjects.
  • Comprehensive examination will be scheduled every last month of the semester for a given school year


Source: http://tangubcity.gov.ph/gadtc/admission-requirements/
 

Amenities

Computer Lab
Canteen
Av Rooms
Library

School Overview

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Established as a solution to the increasing demand for an accessible and affordable tertiary education, the Gov. Alfonso D. Tan College (formerly Tangub City College) is a city-owned academic institution that caters to the deserving yet underprivileged students in the province of Misamis Occidental. The initiative was made possible by the enactment of a city ordinance in 1984, spearheaded by then city mayor, Alfonso D. Tan

Presently, the college is open for students who wanted to take up a degree in Education, Arts, Social Sciences, Business, Criminal Justice Education, and Computer studies. Short courses in Computer Technology, Office Administration, Midwifery, and Computer Secretarial Course are also available and can be completed for at least two (2) years. And being a TESDA-accredited school, a technical-vocational training education in Computer Programming with a national certificate is also up for grabs. 
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  • Tangub City Sports Complex, Tangub City, Misamis Occidental

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Reyna Chris Caparoso

Gov. Alfonso D. Tan College

CBT (Computer Business Technology) - Batch 2000

Why did I choose this school?

I learned in this course if how to use computer and making design I mean its a shortest way of how t...

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My current job

For now nothing. Simple housewife.

About the School

The ambiance was not good as like here in manila, because its just public college in our town its no...

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How long did it take to find a job?

2 years.

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Rea Raya Y. Mansueto

Gov. Alfonso D. Tan College

BSBA in Human Resource Development Management - Batch 2011

Why did I choose this school?

You relate everything in business. The skill are required is that you know how to deal with your sub...

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My current job

Assisstant Registrar

About the School

The professors, there are some that are strict, knowledgeable enough, and there are some that when t...

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How long did it take to find a job?

It takes me to 4 months after I graduated.

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