Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU)


Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) is the oldest among the members of COCOPEA, the umbrella organization of private higher education associations in the country together with CEAP, ACSCU, PAPSCU and TVSA.


Vision

    The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities envisages NATION-BUILDING through TRANSFORMATIVE PRIVATE EDUCATION in a deregulated environment for the GLOBAL FILIPINO.


Mission

    The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities is a SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE organization which STRENGTHENS its members’ CAPABILITIES, strives for their international recognition, and advocates RELEVANT and EFFECTIVE education policies.


Objectives: In General

    To ADVANCE and PROMOTE the EDUCATIONAL WORK of all the private colleges and universities in the Philippines, particularly the institutional members herein, so as to ELEVATE CONTINUALLY the STANDARDS of education therein, and CONTRIBUTE to the DEVELOPMENT of responsible, GLOBALLY COMPETETIVE citizenship among the young of the land.


PACU Advocacies


PACU Membership


Thrusts and Programs


    Thrusts (Credo, 1932)

    THE Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU), as a NATIONAL, NON-POLITICAL, and VOLUNTARY educational association of national and international standings, founded in 1932 by a group of Filipino educators, stands committed to:

    Our Commitment

    • Maintaining good international relationship and understanding through education
    • Democratizing access to higher education, especially for the middle and lower classes of Filipinos
    • Participatory democracy as the firm foundation for policy formulation, decision making on basic educational issues
    • The attainment of the educational goals and objectives in the Constitution
    • Institutional excellence and quality standards in all levels of education geared towards preparing the Filipino
    • Educational reforms and innovative programs for national growth and development
    • The right to enjoy institutional autonomy and academic freedom

Leadership

    DR. ANTHONY JOSE M. TAMAYO
    President

    ENGR. BERNARD NICOLAS E. VILLAMOR
    First Vice President

    MR. MARCO ALFREDO M. BENITEZ
    Second Vice President

    DR. VICTORIANO B. TIROL III
    Corporate Secretary

    MS. LAURICE FAYE R. JUAREZ
    Treasurer


Academic Management Seminars from 2018 to 2021



  • Making K-12 Work
  • The Art and the Practice of Deanship
  • Emerging Leadership Training
  • Creating a Culture of Institutional Excellence
  • The Avalanche is Here: Surviving the Avalanche