Congratulations Graduates Batch 2024

CONGRATULATIONS, BATCH 2024! Your unceasing vigor towards your diploma has finally reached its course. From the College Voice and the entire La Carlota City College community, we commend you for the character you modeled throughout your time in our beloved Alma Mater. Graphics | Jazel Dela Cruz #TheCollegeVoice #Batch2024

LCCC ROTC Unit Graduation Ceremony

La Carlota City College ROTC Unit held its graduation ceremony today, May 31, 2024 at the LCCC Covered Court - Cubay Campus with a total of 204 graduates. The program was divided into three parts: the opening program, the turnover of command, and turnover of graduates to standby reserve unit. The program started with an invocation led by Sgt. Ricardo P. Carreon PA (RES) and welcome address from Dr. Helen C. Donguines, VP for Academic Affairs. The presentation of candidates for graduation was led by 1LT Raymond Nelven Ibrado. Dr. Larnie Sam A. Tabuena, College President, declared the ROTC graduates. Parts of the ceremony were headed by the following: CDT CPT Marecho C. Loreto (Reading of Relief and Designation Orders of LCCC ROTC Unit Corps), CDT COL Lianne Marie V. Ardeña (Reading and Signing of Relinquishment Order and Handover of Unit Symbol), CDT CPT Larry T. Salomante (Reading and Signing of Assumption Order), 1LT Raymond Nelven Ibrado (Turn-over of Newly Enlisted Reservists to Standby Reserve Unit and Introduction of the GOHAS), 2LT Bebiano S. Arquio (Acceptance of Newly Enlisted Reservists and Panunumpa sa Katungkulan bilang Laang Kawal), and LTC Lord Laurence G. Medina (Message of the GOHAS). Present also were Dr. Mary Hope Q. Ayson and Prof. Marisses Tampo, NSTP Coordinator. The program ended with the singing of the song Pilipinas Kong Mahal. The master of the ceremony was Sgt. Jessa Joy T. Subaldo PA (Res). Photos | Eliniel Celis #TheCollegeVoice #LCCCROTCUnitGraduationCeremony2024

NSTP Graduation Day!

La Carlota City College had its NSTP CWTS Graduation for all Colleges for Academic Year 2023-2024, today, May 31 , 2024, at the Covered Court, LCCC - Cubay Campus. The invocation was given by Prof. Dennis Tyrone S. Yson, CWTS instructor. It was then followed by the opening remarks delivered by the College President, Dr. Larnie Sam A. Tabuena. Prof. Laurence M. Lachica, Head of Student Affairs Office introduced the guest speaker, Ms. Josela Therese J. Jomento, MPA. The highlight of the event was the distribution of the certificates, given to each class representatives. The event concluded with the closing remarks of Dr. Mary Hope Q. Ayson, VP of Administration and Human Resources, and the singing of Alma Mater song. Photos | Eliniel Celis #TheCollegeVoice #NSTPGraduation2024

Exit Conference of AB ELS Seniors!

84 of the AB practicum students held their exit conference at the Graduate School Library, LCCC - Main Campus, yesterday, May 30, 2024. Dr. Helen C. Donguines, VP for Academic Affairs delivered her words of welcome on the said event. The Exit Conference of the College of Liberal Arts is the result of the dedication of the student interns in their academic pursuit as they bring with them what they have learned on their future endeavors—as she emphasized. "Let your voices be heard in shaping a brighter future for all," she added. Messages were also given by the partner HTE's Ms. Mace Ostan Fernandez, Administrative Officer III of LGU La Carlota City, and Ms. Russell Ravello Peñacuba, Acting Secretary to the Sanggunian of LGU La Castellana. Local government unit interns Yentyl Joy B. Castro from LGU La Castellana and James Roy P. Mendoza from LGU La Carlota highlighted what they learned from their fieldwork. Also present during the event were: Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Dr. Marilou B. Yanson; Dean of the College of Education, Dr. Jobell Cris Vibal; OJT Adviser, Prof. Anamee C. Valencia; and the Faculty and Staff of the College of Liberal Arts, which are also the critic teachers of the interns that made the program possible. The event concluded with the showing of a slideshow presentation featuring photos of the interns during their On-the-Job (OJT) training, as well as the exchanging of tokens by the critic teachers of the practicum students and the interns as a way of expressing their gratitude. Words | Yentyl Castro Photos | James Mendoza and Renato Villanueva Jr. #TheCollegeVoice #ABPracticumExitConference

Senior Criminology Students' Completion of Practicum

La Carlota City College, May 28, 2024 — A total of 399 senior criminology students from the Sinag-Bigkis batch of A.Y. 2023-2024 celebrated the successful conclusion of their On-the-Job Training (OJT) during the Criminology Practicum Closing Ceremony held at La Carlota City College - Cubay Campus. Pastor Stephen Flora led the invocation, setting a solemn tone for the event, and Prof. Jessa Joy T. Subaldo, OJT Coordinator, presented the candidates for graduation. Dr. Helen C. Donguines, Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Retired Police Major Wilfredo V. Gelongo, introduced by Prof. Ronnie T. Basa, Program Head, graced the ceremony. The event was attended by graduating criminology students, their parents, faculty members, and several distinguished guests. It also featured the distribution of several awards and recognitions, presented by the Dean of COCJ, CCH, and faculty members. Awards included were: Athlete of the Year, Outstanding Intern per Station, Service Award, Loyalty Award, and Leadership Award. Additionally, the outgoing Chief Intern, Ereboy Arsenal, ceremonially turned over command to the new intern leadership. Dr. Eva B. Solis, Dean of the College of Criminal Justice (COCJ), delivered the closing remarks, emphasizing the importance of the training in preparing students for the complexities of professional life. This practical training provided invaluable experience in various fields of public service, ensuring that students are well-prepared for future roles in law enforcement. The ceremony marked a significant milestone in the students' academic journey, as they completed practical training that will serve as a foundation for their future careers in law enforcement and public service. Words and Photos | Rainier Medes #TheCollegeVoice #CoCJCompletionOfPracticum

OJT Graduation of Senior Business Interns

Senior students from the College of Business and Management gathered, together with their parents, for their On-the-Job Training graduation. Opening remarks were given by Dr. Larnie Sam A. Tabuena. The guest speaker, who was introduced by Prof. Michelle L. Borromeo, MBA, was Sir Patricio H. Estoya, Jr., PhD, DPA, and Chairman of the Committee on Education of the Municipality of La Castellana. The awarding of certificates and medals were given for the following awards: Best Feasibility Study, Best FS Presenter, Best Business Interns, Best Office Interns, and Service Award. An impression was given by Best Office Intern, Cristine Mae Tejada. It was then followed by a tribute to all parents and the closing remarks from Dr. Joyce C. Decendario, Dean of the College of Business and Management. Photos | John Eliniel Celis #TheCollegeVoice #CoBAMOJTGraduation

Congratulations to all LCCCian winners and participants of the recently concluded ALCOR 6 - Hinampang 2024!

Warmest congratulations to all LCCCian winners and participants of the recently concluded ALCOR 6 - Hinampang 2024! Your steadfast efforts, talents and dedication brought the name of La Carlota City to greater heights! To all winners, thank you for persisting on bringing home the crown. And to those who failed to take the top, congratulations, still, you've represented our college well. Your LCCC family are so proud of you! Invictus, LCCCians! Photos | Stephen Gador, Jhon Russell San Agustin, James Mendoza, and David #ALCOR6Hinampang2024


La Carlota City College (LCCC) held the Opening Ceremony of the LCCC On-Site Accreditation at the City Gymnasium 1 last February 5. In a jam packed venue, city officials headed by Mayor Rex Jalando-on and LCCC family led by its College President Larnie Sam Tabuena welcomed the accreditation team of the Association of Local Colleges and Universities – Commission on Accreditation (ALCU-COA) for the Level 1 and 2 accreditation of three programs of the college. The national accreditation team is comprised of highly-esteemed presidents of different schools, colleges and universities namely: Dr. Imelda Soriano (Supervising Accreditor and Program Accreditor, Bachelor of Early Childhood Education); Dr. Rebecca C. Tolentino (Program Accreditor, BSED Math); Prof. Earl Joseph M. Borgoña (Program Accreditor, BSBA - Financial Management); Dr. Ronald Gonzales (Program Accreditor BSED English and BA English); Prof. Roilingel Calilung (Area Accreditor, Library); Dr. Valentino Baas (Program Accreditor, BS Public Administration); Dr. Dolores Borras (Program Accreditor, BSED Filipino); Dr. Rosemarie D. Sabado (Program Accreditor, BEED General Education); Atty. Gloria V. Bañas (Program Accreditor, BS Management Accounting); Prof. Kristin Joy Mendoza (Supervising Technical Assistant); and Luigi Miguel Mahinay (Administrative Assistant). The ALCU-COA accreditation team will be in the city on February 5-7 to evaluate LCCC particularly on Governance and Administration, Faculty, Curriculum, Students Services, Research, Community Extension, Laboratories, Library, Entrepreneurship and Employability, and Physical Facilities by reviewing documents, observing classes, and visiting campuses and community extension sites. LCCC voluntarily applied for Level 2 Accreditation of the Education Department and Level 1 accreditation of Business Administration and Management Department and Liberal Arts Department. The accreditation is necessary so that LCCC can continue offering Graduate School Programs. More than this though is the belief that a higher accreditation is an assurance that the local college provides quality education as an institution of higher learning to its students..