1.1  Office of the Coordinator of Student Affairs

        The Coordinator of Student Affairs (COSA) is responsible for planning, organizing, controlling, and evaluating the different programs pertaining to student activities and affairs in view of integrating theory and practice.

1.2   Office of the Prefect of Discipline

1.2.1      The Prefect of Discipline assists the President in enforcing the general discipline, order and regularly among students in view of integrating theory and practice, accomplishing the                mission and implementing the thrust of the school

1.2.2      The POD ensures the implementation of the CODE of CONDUCT of students in full force and effect.

1.2.3      The POD has jurisdiction over minor offenses.  He has the duty to conduct a preliminary inquiry and to prosecute formal charges before the Discipline Board duly appointed by the                President in cases of major offenses.  He is, however, independent and has no participation in the deliberations of the board.  The Discipline Board is composed of five duly                              appointed members, namely: the department year level adviser to which the charged student belongs; a duly designated member, who shall act and preside as Chairperson; the President of the Supreme Student Council; the President of the Department organization to which the charged student belongs; and advocate of the student, who must be a personnel or an alumna/alumnus of the college.

1.2.4      The POD, upon receipt of a verbal complaint or written report of misconduct of any student, shall conduct an informal inquiry of the charge filed against the student.  For this                       purpose, notice shall be furnished to the student.  For this purpose, notice shall be furnished to the student requiring him/her to answer the charge and/or to appear for an interview before the POD within 48 hours from receipt of notice.  Except in meritorious cases, failure of the student to answer the charge and/or to appear during the preliminary inquiry shall be construed as waiver thereof.

1.2.5      In cases where a thorough investigation may be required, the case may be referred to the Disciplinary Board which shall be properly convened to hear and try the case                                      guaranteeing the charged student his right to due process.

1.2.6      He shall sit in the Academic Council and if the need arises, with the Administrative Council.

1.3    Mother Rita Barcelo Outreach Center (MRBOC)

          The MRBOC Program is an expression of our solidarity with the poor. It is meant to nurture service orientation and to raise the level of social consciousness and commitment to the entire school community even as it helps support the process of empowerment of the people towards a better quality of life.

1.4    College Guidance and Counseling Center

1.4.1       The College Guidance and Counseling Center provides an opportunity for the development of student potentials in terms of spiritual, academic, personal, and social commitment                 to the community.

1.4.2       The College Counselor coordinates with college faculty members in the implementation of college guidance services.

1.4.3       The Office has the following essential guidance services to help the school achieve its educational objectives in a highly functional manner.

1.4.4       Incoming freshmen and transferees are required to undergo entrance examination and initial interview facilitated by the college counselor in the Guidance Center prior enrolment.

1.4.5       All college students must fill-up individual inventory folder during enrolment which serves as reference in rendering guidance and counseling services.

1.4.6       Any students who would like to request for counseling must seek appointment schedule in the Guidance Center before sessions must be set.

1.4.7       Behavioral cases must be referred to the college counselor by the college instructor/subject teacher, department head, Prefect of Discipline, or any concerned person in the                               college.  This is to provide proper coordination in giving appropriate intervention with regards to the difficulties encountered by a particular college student.

1.5    Medical and Dental Clinic

         The school has a medical/dental clinic to address the health needs of the students in times of emergencies.  Students are attended to by two full-time nurses, a part-time physician and a part-time dentist.  One full-time nurse acts as Officer-in-Charge of the clinic.

1.6    Canteen and Food Services

         The school operates a canteen to provide adequate food service to students, faculty, and other school personnel.  It caters to the school needs from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.

1.7.   Library

         The LCC-P has a library for college students which houses college books and references in their latest editions, newspapers, professional magazines, and vertical files for the student’s          and faculty’s use.


2.1   Curriculum and Instructional Materials Center (CIMC)/ Audio Visual Room (AVR)

         The CIMC, under the supervision of the OIC, Library Services, houses the AV materials, equipment and materials needed by the academic departments in their teaching-learning                       instructions.

2.2   Science Laboratory Rooms and Stockroom

         There are two science laboratories and one stockroom under the supervision of the OIC, Laboratory Services.  These rooms are used for investigatory works and experiments.                         Laboratory apparatus and chemicals are kept in stockroom for safer storage.

2.3   Speech Laboratory

         The school has a Speech Laboratory that is open to all levels.  College students are requires using this facility for their English and/or Speech classes.  They are provided with their own           booth with communicating and recording instruments to develop their fluency in the English and/or any other foreign languages.

2.4   Internet Laboratory

        The Internet Laboratory is equipped with multi-media resources for research purpose as an effective tool to facilitate instruction and for world-wide communication.  To pursue this aim, the Computer Laboratory imposes the following rules and regulations:

2.5   St. Monica Cuisine

        St. Monica Cuisine serves as the cooking laboratory of the Tourism students.  It has adequate equipment, tools, glassware and dinnerware for cooking and baking.  Here, future chefs              enhance their skills and competencies in the culinary arts to prepare them for international exposure.

2.6   St. Ambrose Hall

        This is a multipurpose hall for student’s functions, programs and other activities which can accommodate about 500 persons.  It can also.  It can also be used as venue for seminars                and workshops of outside agencies upon request.

2.7   Café Adeodatus (on-the-making)

        For tourism students with Bar Service Management subject, Café Adeodatus serves as their practicum center.  This café also serves snacks and drinks to students at affordable price.

2.8   Barcelo Resort Hotel

        Barcelo Resort Hotel has a suite and a standard room where guests and visitors of the school and the parish are billeted.  This is used as the Housekeeping Laboratory of the Tourism            and HRM students.

2.9   Chapel

         It is located just upon entering the main gate where student, teachers and co-workers may begin and end the day in prayer or communication with the Lord.

2.10    Auditorium

            This is where big assemblies are held and is found on the second floor of the Sta. Monica Cafeteria.

2.11   Amphitheatre

          The amphitheatre is located in the second floor of the College building.  A theatre liked built to be the setting of various college programs, performance and activities.

2.12    Mo. Teresa Andrada Gymnasium

           This is found just at the side of Our Lady of Consolation Square, providing a sport facility and for the students’ physical exercises.

Barcelo Resort Hotel

Computer Laboratory


Guidance Office