NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE
No. 40 Quezon Ave.,
Quezon City, PHILIPPINES
711-9379 and 742-4050 Tele/Fax: 711-0857
To Make New England College
(NEC) a center of excellence in tertiary level education
particularly in nursing education, business management, and
To Make New England College a
productive environment conducive for successful research and
analysis concerning problems related to the offered programs.
To Make New England College a
caring and helpful institution vis-ŕ-vis the community at large.
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To produce highly competitive
graduates in tertiary level programs, especially in nursing
education, vocational health care, general education, business
management, and information technologies.
To establish and operate a
research facility manned with skillful and competent staff,
equipped with modern equipments.
To produce nationalistic,
humanistic, and values-oriented graduates who will be greatly
contributory to national development.
To produce work-oriented and
outward-looking graduates who will be able to compete and
survive in a globalized environment.
The objectives include the following:
offer, operate, and grant baccalaureate and graduate level
academic degree programs including but not limited to the arts
and sciences, education, business, healthcare, and information &
offer, operate and grant non-degree/vocational-technical
programs such as those of the caregiver and the nursing
assistant, and other programs as may be deemed in great demand
by the local and global markets;
offer, operate, and deliver review classes for licensure or
board examinations and/or such other examinations required for
employment and other purposes by the Philippine government
and/or other organizations or entities here and abroad;
offer, operate, and deliver professional consultancy services
related to the conceptualization, design and conduct of
research; statistical analyses of data; and the reporting of
research results; and
conduct research, training, and extension services related to
the aforementioned objectives; and to produce and publish
materials related thereto.
"Quality Out Of Quantity"
adopts a policy that synthesizes into a functional synchrony what at
first blush might appear to be antithetical concepts, i.e., that of
equity versus quality. Usually, educational institutions known for
their high quality are those which, among others, employ a highly
selective student admission policy coupled with a highly selective
student retention policy.
On the other hand, the NEC
operates on the philosophy that, without necessarily impairing the
quality of the final products (the graduates), society’s concern for
equity can likewise be served by widening the window of opportunity
to the relevant school-age populations. For this purpose, the
written entrance examination is dispensed with, in favor of just the
result of personal interview and the previous scholastic records of
the applicant. This is complemented by a liberal scheme in the
payment of tuition fees, wherein a greater number of installment
payments is allowed during the semester, not to mention the
availability of scholarships and discounts to applicants with
outstanding academic and other credentials.
But the concerns for equity can
go only to that extent. Once admitted, the student must demonstrate
that he deserves to be retained as a student in good standing, that
he deserves to be promoted to the next higher level, and more
importantly that he subsequently will deserve the NEC diploma or