St. Dominic College of Asia is granted deregulated status by ched. St. Dominic College of Asia is granted deregulated status by ched.




St. Dominic College of Asia maintained a high percentage rate for BS Medical Technology with a 91.76% SDCA passing rate during the January 2021 licensure examination. Results were released 11 working days after the exam and 1,919 out of 2,835 made it to the cut, posting a 67.69% national passing rate.

Among the numerous colleges and universities in the country, St. Dominic College of Asia was awarded by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) as the top 3 colleges with the highest number of accredited programs in the Philippines, during the PACUCOA General Assembly on December 4, 2020.

This award was given to SDCA for having 7-course programs accredited by PACUCOA to Level III:

Bachelor of Elementary Education
Bachelor of Secondary Education
Bachelor 0f Science Business in Administration
Bachelor 0f Science in Psychology
Bachelor 0f Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Bachelor 0f Science in Information Technology
Bachelor 0f Science in Nursing

Accreditation is the principle of self-regulation that focuses on evaluation and enrichment as the institution continuously improves its quality of education. Accrediting agencies like PACUCOA provides certain standards and requirements to colleges/institutions to gain certification. Once this certification is granted, this means that the institution has fulfilled all the requirements set by the accreditor.

Despite the challenges brought by this pandemic, St. Dominic College of Asia successfully celebrated its 17th Founding Anniversary, with the theme, "Education Beyond Borders" from November 26 - 28, 2020, spearheaded by Ms. Mary Grace G. Demetillo, the Director for Student Affairs and Services, with the collaborative efforts from Basic Education to Higher Education and the Department of Administrative Support Services department.

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