The vision of the members of the Alliance of Committed & Trained
Scholars (ACTS) is geared to work together in becoming the most
sought after student organization in SPCF in terms of helping and aiding,
creating an image that upholds community service, assistance and
teamwork thereby instilling in the community at large the love for
The Criminology Society envisions itself to promote a holistic development in producing intellectually and morally competent Criminologists equipped with skills, knowledge and values necessary in the practice of different areas of specialization related to Criminology profession (Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Public Safety and Security, Criminal Investigation, Scientific Crime Detection etc.).
Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Management Students (FOHRMS)
The Federation for Hotel and Restaurant Management Students (FOHRMS) is an accredited organization of students taking Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BS HRM) at Systems Plus College Foundation (SPCF), Angeles City. FORHMS promotes fellowship among its members and assists the College of Hospitality Management (CHM) in developing the skills and talents of BS HRM students by engaging them in socially and academically relevant activities in preparation for their careers in the hospitality industry. FOHRMS lives with the philosophy and values of SPCF to all its stakeholders.
The IECEP was organized in 1950 by the group of pioneers in the field of Electronics and Communications in the country. They were, Dean Jose S. Alfonso, who served as the founding president of the organization, Mamerto Buenafe, Fred Carino, Ciriaco Coronel, Jose Grey, Alfredo Gella, Ariston Hulinga, Gonzalo Kamantigue, Albino Lara and Venancio Pineda.
IECEP was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the name of “Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines, Inc.” The organization still retains its acronym “IECEP.”
The organization envisions “world-class organization of humane, competent, virtuous and globally-competitive electronics professionals.”
“To be the showcase of professional and technical development and the paradigm of excellence in applying the principles of electronics technology for the advancement of humanity”.
The Junior Marketing Association (JMA) is a student-managed organization and an official collegiate chapter of the Philippine Junior Marketing Association (PJMA), a national federation of all Junior Marketing Associations dedicated to all marketing events. JMA exists to improve, provide more knowledge and skills to all members in the field of marketing. JMA aims to equip its members with the essential tools and principles in marketing through highquality trainings and seminars provided by real-world marketing speakers.
JMA aims to expose all its members to different marketing opportunities that will enhance their skills in their chosen profession. JMA gives students some marketing-related responsibilities through various projects to enhance their ability to work in a team environment. JMA is a collegiate organization allowing its members to creatively express themselves through event planning and promotion.
The Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA) represents the world for the young accountants in the Philippines. JPIA is an organization established to develop its members as responsible, well-rounded individuals. It is likewise instituted to promote, to organize, and to coordinate activities for the welfare of the students and to nurture them not just a good student in their respective campuses but to their community as well.
JPIA aims for solidarity and harmony among its members. It also aims to involve the members in all its activities by ensuring their active participation from the planning to the implementing stage. JPIA is a special and highly esteemed organization of the Philippines which is created only and exclusively for the students of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) course in the exclusive public and private colleges and universities of the country which are granted an approval and accreditation from the college and university standards governing of the Philippines, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
The Junior Social Workers’ Association of the Philippines (JSWAP) is the student chapter of the National Association for Social Work Education, Inc., an organization that is dedicated to the pursuit of honor and excellence in the field of Social Work. It envisions competent social workers in the Social Work Practice by empowering and enhancing the full potential of each member. Its mission is to respond to the needs and concerns of Social Work students
The local Chapter known as the Junior Social Workers Association of the Philippines – SPCF Chapter seeks to assist, promote and empower its student members through activities that render the development of their professional competence and excellence as future social workers of the country in taking part in seeking the improvement of the quality of life and well-being of those who are oppressed, marginalized as well as society in general.
The name of the organization shall be the League of Tourism Students of the Philippines - Systems Plus College Foundation Chapter (LTSP – SPCF Chapter ) – under the College of Hospitality Management.
We, the students of the Tourism Department, imploring the aid of Divine Providence and realizing the need for an organization that shall function to embody our ideals and aspirations, develop our leadership and managerial skills, promote camaraderie and cooperation, mold us in becoming catalyst of the society development, and promote and create experiences that will shape our personality.
ICpEP (Institute of Computer Engineers of the Philippines) is registered under the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC Reg. No. 201120675) as a non-stock, non-profit professional organization of computer engineers in the Philippines.
In 1992, a group of computer engineers formed the Philippine Institute of Computer Engineers, Inc. (PhICEs). PhICEs managed to gather a number of professional members. They conducted conventions, seminars and symposia in several regions in Luzon and Visayas. After being active for several years, PhICEs became inactive.
In 2008, computer engineers from different organizations converged to revive the professional organization. The group, headed by Engr. Erwin G. Mendoza and Engr. Alexander B. Ybasco, continued what the PhICEs started. After several meetings, the group decided to change its name. Thus, the Institute of Computer Engineers of the Philippines, Inc. (ICpEP) was born.
ICpEP continues to establish a strong partnership with the industry. Well-known companies such as Intel, Microsoft, HP, Lenovo, Epson, Red Fox, and PC Buyers Guide recognize ICpEP as the sole organization dedicated to computer engineers in the Philippines. Furthermore, ICpEP has made collaboration with SM Mall of Asia, in the presence of NIDO Fortified Science Discovery Center, to promote research and development in the Philippines through a showcase of notable design projects in field of computer engineering.
ICpEP has successfully formed its academic linkage to universities and colleges through the ICpEP Student Edition (ICpEP.SE). Created in 2008, ICpEP.SE started with 11 schools, namely: Adamson University, Asia Pacific College, Central Colleges of the Philippines, De La Salle University, Far Eastern University-East Asia College, Mapua Institute of Technology, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Manila, STI College-Recto, and Technological Institute of the Philippines-Manila and Technological Institute of the Philippines -Quezon City. Now, ICpEP.SE is composed of more than sixty-eight (68) schools from all over the Philippines.
ICpEP firmly believes that uniting our professionals will contribute to national development and will improve the lives of the people. With the support of industry and academe, ICpEP will remain as a recognized professional organization of computer engineers. ICpEP strives to engage every Filipino computer engineer to become active, involved and significant in achieving one common goal: to become world-class
ICpEP envisions itself as the foundation of world-class Filipino computer engineering professionals and the motivator of interest towards excellence in computer engineering as a field of specialization.
The Real Estate Student Association (RESA) is a collegiate organization exclusive for students taking up BS in Real Estate Management. This organization aims to provide knowledge about the Real Estate industry through providing training, professional development and collaboration with different organizations and industries to enhance the skills of all the members.
The organization is a great way to empower all the Real Estate Management students who are committed to build valuable relationships by being exposed to real estate professionals and projects and developments, and continue their professional education for career advancement. The organization also aims to provide leadership and practical real estate-related experiencesfor the total engagement of all the members.
Supreme Student Council is an organization that governs the college-student council. It’s a student body that serves as a venue for student to develop their social skills and leadership. Officers of this organization function as a student leader in school. It is foremost co-curricular student organization authorized to implement pertinent programs, projects, and activities in Philippines school as mandated by the Department of Education.
The Philippines has a complex student union with different names such as student government, the term used in all public secondary and some of the universities and/or colleges, and student council for most of the college/universities.
UCAS-SPCF (Unified Customs Administration Society-Systems Plus College Foundation) Chapter is an organization of the Customs Administration students of SPCF. This organization is under the College of Business with its head faculty— Mr. Benjamin Doroteo, Llb, CB, MBA.
UCAS is a social and academic association in Systems Plus College Foundation for the advancement of the general welfare of the students and the school with the end in perspective on encouraging nearer levels and connections, perceive and propel exceptional individuals and helping each other in the midst of necessities and acknowledge beneficial activities to push through our honorable destinations and create of confidence; as we tie ourselves with the endowments and direction of the Almighty God.
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