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Regional Office

Citizens Charter
Revised 2013

Commission on Higher Education


Higher Education Development Center Building, C.P Garcia Ave., UP Campus, Diliman, Quezon City
Web site: www.ched.gov.ph Tel. Nos.441-1177, 441-1169, 441-1149, 441-1170

Citizens Charter

Contents
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Contents

List of Frontline Services

Issuance of Certification, Authentication and Verification (CAV)


of Academic Records for Private and Locally Funded Colleges
and Universities

Issuance of Special Order (S.O.) for Graduation

Issuance of Certificate of Eligibility to take Bar Examination


(C2)

Application for Government Authority (Permit and


Recognition)

14

Student Financial Assistance Programs (STuFAPs)

17

Application for Expanded Tertiary education Equivalency and


Accreditation Program (ETEEAP)
Feedback Form
CHED Regional Office Directory

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LIST OF FRONTLINE SERVICES


Regional Office

Frontline Services

Fees

Issuance of Certification,
Authentication and Verification
(CAV) of Academic Records
for Private and Locally Funded
Colleges and Universities

Php 40.00 per copy

Issuance of Special Order


(S.O.) for Graduation

Free of Charge

Issuance of Certificate of
Eligibility to take Bar
Examination (C2)

Application for
Government Authority
(Permit and Recognition)

Forms
CAV Application Form

Office in
Charge

Abroad: 10 -15
working days

CHEDRO NCR
2/F HEDC Building

Local: 5 working
days

CHEDRO IV - A
2/F Unit 3 HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV B
2/F HEDC Building

Php 80.00

School Bond:
Php 6,000

S.O. Application Form

C2 Application Form

GPR Form

Application Fee:
Php 4,000 per
program

Student Financial
Assistance Programs
(STuFAPs)

Duration of
Process

Free of Charge

5 -10 working days


(depending on the
volume of
applications
received, the
number of
processing days
may be exceeded)

5 working days
(depending on the
volume of
applications
received, the
number of
processing days
may be exceeded)

Permit/Recognition
shall be issued one
(1) month prior to
the opening of
school year

CHEDRO NCR
2/F HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV - A
2/F Unit 3 HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV B
2/F HEDC Building

CHEDRO NCR
2/F HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV - A
2/F Unit 3 HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV B
2/F HEDC Building

CHEDRO NCR
2/F HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV - A
2/F Unit 3 HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV B
2/F HEDC Building

CHEDRO NCR
2/F HEDC Building

Scholarship Application
Form

CHEDRO IV - A
2/F Unit 3 HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV B
2/F HEDC Building

Application for Expanded


Tertiary Education Equivalency
and Accreditation Program
(ETEEAP)

Free of Charge

ETEEAP Application
Form for Individual

Seven (7) Days

CHEDRO NCR
2/F HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV - A
2/F Unit 3 HEDC Building
CHEDRO IV B
2/F HEDC Building

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Issuance of Certification, Authentication and Verification


(CAV) of Academic Records for Private and Locally Funded
Colleges and Universities
Clients
College students and graduates thru HEI representative
Individual college student and graduate
Requirements:
A. For Graduates of Bachelors Degree/Graduate and Post-Graduate Degree
1. Indorsement from the HEI Registrar
2. Copy of Transcript of Records (TOR) and/or Diploma and other records duly certified by the
School Registrar
3. Certified photocopy of Special Order (SO)
B. For College Students/Undergraduates
1. Indorsement from the HEI Registrar
2. Certification of Enrolment
3. Copy of Transcript of Records (TOR)/earned units certified by the School Registrar
Schedule of Availability of Service
Monday to Friday
8:00 am 5:00 pm
Fees:
Php 40.00
Total/Maximum Duration of Process:
Abroad:10 -15 working days
Local: 5 working days
How to Avail of the Service
No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Submits required
documents

Receives and verifies/validates the


documents submitted and
certification of Registrar, and issues
order of payment

Proceeds to the
Cashier for
payment of CAV
Fee

Issues Official Receipt (OR)

Receiving Staff

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

2 minutes per
application

Cashier/Cash Clerk

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

2 minutes

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Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Submits
accomplished
form and OR.
Receives claim
stub

Issues claim stub to be presented to


the DFA for issuance of the
authenticated documents with Red
Ribbon or CHEDRO, for local
purposes

Receiving Staff

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes

Processes the submitted documents:


a. Prepares the CAV for signature
of the Chief Administrative
Officer
b. Stamps the document with dry
seal
c. Releases the CAV and files the
second copy of the application
and certification

Staff - in-charge

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

20 minutes

Releasing Staff

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

3 minutes

Staff-In-Charge

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

30 minutes

Claims the CAV


(local
employment) at
CHEDRO

CAV for employment abroad:


a. Prepares masterlist and
transmits application received
through DFAs official courier for
DFA authentication on a daily
basis

END OF TRANSACTION
References:
CHED Memorandum Order 14, s 2007: Authentication of School Documents per Executive Order Number 582 and
expanding the coverage of Higher Education Graduates Database as basis for Preliminary Authentication of
School Documents
Memorandum from the Chairperson dated January 16, 2002: CHED Policies on Issuance of Certification, Authentication
and Verification (CAV)
CHED-NCR Memorandum No. 3, s. 2000: New Procedures and Guidelines in the Delivery of Student Services
(For CHED NCR Only)

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Issuance of Special Order (S.O.) for Graduation


Clients:
College/University Registrar or Assistant Registrar
Requirements:
1. Duly accomplished application for Special Order signed by the Registrar/Asst. Registrar
2. Form IX (Summary of Courses and Grades)
3. Summary of Related Learning Experiences/Cases Attended (for Nursing/Midwifery Programs)
4. Copy of the Thesis/Dissertation and Abstracts (for Graduate and Post-Graduate Programs)
5. The following additional documents are required for Foreign Students:
6. Copy of Notice of Acceptance (NOA)
Photocopy of Certificate of Admission (CEA) for Medicine and Dentistry
Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) with valid student visa
Schedule of Availability of Service
Monday to Friday
8:00 am 5:00 pm
Fees:
Free of Charge
Total/Maximum Duration of Process:
5 -10 working days (depending on the volume of applications received, the number of
processing days may be exceeded)
How to Avail of the Service
No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Submits
application

Receives the application

Records/logs-in the application. A


tracking slip is attached and forwards
to the Records Section for
verification

a. Verifies the names of students


against the Enrollment List
(E.L.) and forwards the
application to the Supervisor
b. Evaluates application against
the
approved curriculum

Receiving Staff

In-Charge

Records Officer

Supervisor-in-Charge
of the Program

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

1 minute per
application

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

3 hours per 10
students in one
application form

CHEDRO
Technical Division

1 hour per 10
students in one
application form

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Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

In-Charge

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

10 minutes

Chief Education
Program Specialist

CHEDRO
Technical Division

5-10 minutes

Regional Director graduate


programs

Regional Director

Office of the
Director IV

Releases approved application

Records Officer

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

Assigns S.O. Number, records on


the S.O. logbook and types Special
Order Number in the S.O. form

Forwards the application to the


following for final approval:
Chief Education Program
Specialist undergraduate
programs

Receives the
approved
application

5 minutes

END OF TRANSACTION
References:
CHED Memorandum Order 21, s 2003: Grand of Autonomy and Deregulated Status to Selected Higher Education
Institutions with Benefits Accruing Thereto.
CHED Manual of Procedures, 2004
CHED Memorandum Order 01, s 2005: Revised Policies and Guidelines on Voluntary Accreditation in Aid of Quality and
Excellence in Higher Education
CHED Memorandum Order 40, s 2008: Manual of Regulations for Private Higher Education of 2008
CHED-NCR Memorandum No. 3, s. 2000: New Procedures and Guidelines in the Delivery of Student Services
(For CHED NCR Only)

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Issuance of Certificate of Eligibility to take


Bar Examination (C2)
Clients
Graduates of Bachelor of Law (LlB) thru Higher Education Institutions representatives
Requirements:
1. Indorsement from the HEI Registrar
2. Copy of Transcript of Records (TOR) certified by the School Registrar
3. Certified photocopy of C1 (Certificate of Eligibility for Admission to Law course)
Schedule of Availability of Service
Monday to Friday
8:00 am 5:00 pm
Fees:
Php 80.00
Total/Maximum Duration of Process:
5 working days (depending on the volume of applications received, the number of processing
days may be exceeded)
How to Avail of the Service
No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Submits required
documents

Receives and verifies/validates the


documents submitted and
indorsement of Registrar, and issues
order of payment

Proceeds to the
Cashier for
payment of C2
Fee

Issues official receipt (OR)

Submits
documents and
OR. Receives
claim stub

Issues claim stub to be presented to


releasing officer of CHEDRO

Receiving Staff

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

2 minutes per
application

Cashier/Cash Clerk

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

2 minutes

Receiving Staff

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes

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Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

4
5

Claims the C2

Evaluates record of student

Staff - in-charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

20 minutes

Releases Certificate

Releasing Staff

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

3 minutes

END OF TRANSACTION

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Application for Government Authority


(Permit and Recognition)
Clients:
Private and locally funded colleges/universities
Requirements:
A. For Newly Established HEIs applying for government authority to operate degree program/s
1. Notarized and accomplished application
2. SEC Registration (for private HEIs)
3. Copy of the original Ordinance approving the establishment of the local college/university
4. Copy of Budget Allocation/Annual Expenditure duly certified by the Budget Officer
5. Copies of Transfer of Certificate of Title (TCT)/Lease Contract/Ownership of School
Building
6. Certificate of Occupancy of School Building
7. Feasibility Study to include philosophy and goals, viability, statement on the location of the
school, schedule of tuition and other fees
8. List of School Administrators and Teaching Staff
8.1. Spreadsheet form to include educational qualifications supported with certified true copy
of transcript of records (TOR), position/designation, nature of appointment
(permanent/temporary), status (full-time/part-time)
8.2. Notarized copy of appointment/contract of employment /letter of commitment with
confirmation
9. List of Non-Teaching Staff
10. Copy of Retirement Plan duly registered with SEC
11. Curriculum to include distribution of subjects per semester/trimester, summary of units, course
description and course syllabi
12. Physical facilities (to include pictures)
13. List of equipment and other instructional devices/aids
14. List of Library Holdings including professional journals
15. List of support facilities (auditorium, sports and recreational, canteen, faculty lounge, student
lounge, dormitories)
16. Support services (guidance and counseling, placement, medical and dental)
B. For Existing HEIs applying for government authority to operate degree program/s
All of the above mentioned documents with updated information/data should be submitted except
items 2, 3, 4, 6, 16 and instead, which should be replaced with the submission of the following:
1. Copy of TCT for additional site
2. Document of ownership for additional building
3. Certificate of occupancy for additional building
4. Financial statement of the previous year duly certified by a Certified Public Accountant
5. Copy of the latest tuition fee schedule
6. Copy of the latest permit issued for application for renewal or recognition
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Schedule of Availability of Service:


Monday to Friday
8:00 am 5:00 pm
a. Private HEIs:
I. Permit Not later than June 30 of the year preceding the intended year of
operation
II. Recognition Not later than the 1st working day of November of the school year to
that for which recognition is sought
b. Local HEIs - Three months before the intended year of operation
Fees:
School Bond:
Application Fee:

Php 6,000
Php 4,000 per program

Total/Maximum Duration of Process:


Permit/Recognition shall be issued one (1) month prior to the opening of school year
How to Avail of the Service:
A.

FOR NEW HEI

No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Receiving Staff

CHEDRO
Administrative Division
and/or Technical
Division

20 minutes per
application

Assigns a routine slip/tracking slip


and forwards to the Office of the
Regional Director (RD) for
assignment

In-Charge

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

2 minutes per
application

Logs in application in the record


book and forwards application to the
Supervisor in-charge

In-Charge

CHEDRO
Office of the
Director IV

2 minutes per
application

Submits three
(3) sets/folders
of duly
accomplished
application
accompanied
with
documentary
requirements per
program

Assesses the completeness of the


documents submitted using the
application checklist and affixes
stamp Received on the transmittal
letter and on the first page of the
notarized application

Receives a copy
of the application
for their file

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No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Conducts documentary analysis of


the HEI application for all programs

Supervisor In-Charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

1 Hour per
program

If incomplete, prepares
deficiency letter for the RDs
signature

Supervisor In-Charge
and Regional Director

CHEDRO
Technical Division

30 minutes

If complete, coordinates with


HEI regarding site visit by the
RD and staff to determine
acceptability of the proposed
site and building

Regional Director and


Staff

CHEDRO
Technical Division &
Office of the Director

If site and building are not


acceptable, issues disapproval
letter
If site and building are
acceptable, follow steps 4 to 15
for application for existing HEIs
applying for program offerings

Supervisor-in-Charge
& Regional Director

CHEDRO
Technical Division &
Office of the Director
IV

30 minutes

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity

6
If disapproved,
receives the
letter

Releases letter of disapproval

Regional Director and


Staff

Records Officer

END OF TRANSACTION

B. FOR EXISTING HEI


No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Submits three
(3) folders of
application
accompanied
with
documentary
requirements per
program

Assesses the completeness of the


documents submitted using the
application checklist and affixes
stamp Received on the transmittal
letter and on the first page of the
notarized application

Receives a copy
of the application
for their file

Assigns a routine slip/tracking slip


and forwards to the Office of the
Regional Director for assignment

Receiving Staff

CHEDRO
Administrative Division
and/or Technical
Division

20 minutes per
application

In-Charge

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

2 minutes per
application

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No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

In-Charge

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

2 minutes per
application

Conducts documentary analysis of


the application

Supervisor-in-Charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

30 minutes to
1 hour per
program

Supervisor-in-Charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

1 Hour

Logs in application in the record


book and forwards application to the
Supervisor-in-charge

If not complete, prepares


deficiency letter
If complete:
a) gives and orients HEI
regarding Evaluation form to
be accomplished
b) coordinates with the RQAT
(Regional Quality
Assessment Team) and
arrange visit to HEI

Submits
compliance

Performs step 1
If not complete:
Prepares letter of disapproval

If disapproved,
receives the
letter

Releases letter of disapproval

30 minutes

30 minutes

Supervisor-in-Charge
and Regional Director

CHEDRO
Technical Division

1 Hour

Records Officer

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes

Same as steps
1 to 4

Conducts evaluation visit and


submits report to CHEDRO within 5
days after the visit

RQAT Members
(2 per program)

CHEDRO
Technical Division

1 day per
program

Reviews the RQAT findings and


recommendations:
If with minor deficiencies,
prepares deficiency letter based
on RQAT report to HEI to comply
within the prescribed period
(Note: If HEIs did not rectify
deficiencies noted within the
prescribed period, the application
is denied for the year applied for)
If favorably recommended,
forwards the RQAT report and
recommendation to the RD for
final review and approval

CEPS, SEPS,
Supervisor-in-Charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

1 day

If complete, processes the


application through steps 2 to 4

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No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

10

Receives the
deficiency letter

Releases deficiency letter

11

Submits
compliance to
deficiencies

Assesses completeness of submitted


compliance and forwards the same
to the RQAT for documentary
evaluation and/or ocular visit

Records Officer

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes

Supervisor-in-Charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

30 minutes to
1 hour per
program

12

a. If documentary evaluation is
sufficient, submits evaluation
report and recommendation to
CHEDRO
b. If a re-visit is needed, conducts
ocular inspection and submits
evaluation report and
recommendation to CHEDRO

RQAT Members

CHEDRO
Technical Division

1 day

13

Conducts deliberation on the


application of HEI and
recommendation of the RQAT:
a. If in order, issues permit to HEI
b. If deficiencies are not fully
complied by the HEI, denies the
application for the school year
applied for

Regional Director,
CEPS, SEPS,
Supervisor-in-Charge

CHEDRO
Office of the
Director IV & Technical
Division

30 minutes to 1
Hour per
application

Releases to HEI permit to operate


degree program

Records Officer

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes

14

Receives the
certificate of
authority

END OF TRANSACTION
References:
CHED Memorandum Order 40, s 2008: Manual of Regulations for Private Higher Education of 2008
CHED Memorandum Order No. 32, s 2006: Policies, standards and Guidelines on the Establishment and Operation of
Local Colleges and Universities
CHED Memorandum Order No. 04, s 2007: Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of CMO 32, s. 2006
Manual of procedures for Higher Education Institutions in the National Capital Region (For CHED-NCR Only)

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Student Financial Assistance Programs (STUFAPs)


Clients:
Should be a Filipino Citizen
High School Graduate
Gross Annual Income of Parents must not exceed Php 300,000.00
Not more than 30 years of age at the time of application, except for programs for rebel
returnees and senior citizens
Requirements:
1. Duly accomplished application form (available at www.ched.gov.ph)
2. 2 pcs. recent ID picture
3. National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) Rating
4. High School Report Card (Photocopy of FORM 138)
5. Latest BIR Income Tax Return of parents/guardian or Certificate of Tax Exemption issued
by BIR
6. Certification of Good Moral Character form the High School Principal or Guidance
Counselor
Note: In addition to the general requirements, each program has its own qualification and documentary
requirements as defined in their respective enabling laws and implementing guidelines

Schedule of Availability of Service:


Monday to Friday
8:00 am 5:00 pm
Note: Application period is from March to April

Fees:
Free of Charge
Total/Maximum Duration of Process:

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How to Avail of the Service:


A. Application of Scholarship, Grant and Loan
No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Receives and assesses


completeness of documents and
stamps Received

Scholarship
Coordinator

CHEDRO
Scholarship Section

15 minutes

Advises applicant to wait for the


result of the regional ranking and be
notified accordingly from June to July

Scholarship
Coordinator

CHEDRO
Scholarship Section

5 minutes

Evaluates documents for ranking

Scholarship
Coordinator

CHEDRO
Scholarship Section

10 minutes per
application

Issues Notice of Scholarship Award

Scholarship
Coordinator

CHEDRO
Scholarship Section

10 minutes per
client

Submits
duly
accomplished
application form
with supporting
documents.
Waits for result
of assessment.

Receives
notification

Note: Notice of Scholarship Award is issued month of July

B. Payment of Benefit
Requirements:
1. For new Scholar/Grantee/Borrower, submits photocopy of registration form or certification of
enrollment and official receipt
2. For on - going Scholar/Grantee/Borrower, submits photocopy of registration form or
certification of enrollment, official receipt and certification of grades/classcards
No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Submits required
documents

Assesses completeness
documents

of

the

Verifies name against masterlist

Prepares payroll and disbursement


voucher for review of the CEPS and
forwards to the Finance Section

Scholarship
Coordinator

CHEDRO
Scholarship Section

30 minutes

Scholarship
Coordinator

CHEDRO
Scholarship Section

5 minutes

Scholarship
Coordinator & CEPS

CHEDRO
Technical Division

20 minutes per
grantee

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No.

Applicant/Client
Step

Agency Action

Office/Person in
Charge

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Prepares Obligation Request and


forwards to Accounting Section

Chief Administrative
Officer

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes per
grantee

Certifies as to availability of funds


and forwards to the RD Office

Administrative Officer
IV

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes

Approves
disbursement
forwards to cashier

Regional Director

CHEDRO
Office of the Director
IV

5 minutes per
grantee

Prepares check and advice

Cashier

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

1 day

Releases checks

Cashier

CHEDRO
Administrative Division

5 minutes per
grantee

Receives
financial benefits

and

Note: Subject to availability of funds

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Pre-evaluation of application for Expanded Tertiary Education


Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP)
Clients:
Prospective ETEEAP Beneficiaries/Interested Applicants
Requirements:
1. Accomplished ETEEAP application form
2. 1x1 ID Picture (Original)
3. NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate/Passport
4. Proof of Good Moral Character i.e Barangay Clearance/NBI Clearance
5. Service Record/Certificate of Employment
6. Most recent academic records/diploma
7. Comprehensive resume
8. Certificates of training and workshops completed
9. Certificates of individual proficiency in the discipline of field of interest
10. Other documents or evidence of capability and knowledge in the field applied for equivalency and accreditation
(Note: Prepare two (2) sets of all documents)
Schedule of the Availability of Service:

Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Fees:
Free of Charge
Total/Maximum Duration of Process:
Seven (7) Days

How to Avail of the Service


No.

Client Step

Agency Action

Office/Person
Responsible

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Secures the
ETEEAP
Application Form
either from the
ETEEAP
deputized HEI,
the CHED
website, or the
Regional Office

Provides application forms and list of


requirements for accreditation and
equivalency and explains process

Supervisor-in-Charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

10 minutes

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No.

Client Step

Agency Action

Office/Person
Responsible

Location of
Office

Duration of
Activity
(under normal
condition per
transaction)

Submits
completed
ETEEAP
application form

Receives the
Endorsement
from CHED to
the concerned
ETEEAP
deputized HEI

Receives and records application

Supervisor-in-Charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

10 minutes

Conducts pre-assessment/evaluation
of the submitted application form and
documents and staff prepares
endorsement

Supervisor-in-Charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

5 days

Releases the evaluated application


form to the qualified applicant with
CHED endorsement to the deputized
HEI for entry and acceptance of the
applicant to the ETEEAP program in
the concerned HEI

Supervisor-in-Charge

CHEDRO
Technical Division

10 minutes

END OF TRANSACTION
References:

Executive Order No. 330, May 10 1996 Adopting the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation
Program as an Integral Part of the Educational System and Designating the Commission on Higher Education as
the Authority Responsible for its Implementation

Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 9 s. 2009 Revised Policies and
Guidelines for the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) Pursuant to
Executive Order (EO) No. 330

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Commission on Higher Education


Higher Education Development Center Building, C.P Garcia Ave., UP Campus, Diliman, Quezon City
Web site: www.ched.gov.ph Tel. Nos.441-1177, 441-1169, 441-1149, 441-1170

DIRECTORY OF CHED-REGIONAL OFFICE


As of November 2013
CHEDRO I

CHEDRO VIII

DR. CARIDAD O. ABUAN, CESO III

DR. LIBERTAD P. GARCIA, CESO IV

Director IV

Officer-In-Charge, Office of the Director IV

Government Center, Sevilla, City of San Fernando, La Union


Telefax. (072) 242-27-50
Tel. (072)242-02-38 242-5017 700-2569

cor. Real St. and Calanipawan Rd., Sagkahan, Tacloban City


Telefax. (053) 523-40-34
Tel. (053) 523-74-37 523-72-88

CHEDRO II

CHEDRO IX

DR. EVELYN L. PASCUA, CESO III

DR. EMMYLOU B. YANGA

Director IV

Acting Director IV

Regional Development Center, Carig,Tuguegarao City, Cagayan


Tel. (078) 844-48-72 ; 846-36-35
Telefax. (078) 846-48-87

Polytechnic Compound, Baliwasan Chico, Zamboanga City


Tel. (062) 991-76-48 991-89-74 991-70-80
Fax. (062) 991-76-49

CHEDRO III

CHEDRO X

DR. VIRGINIA D. AKIATE, CESO III

DR. ZENAIDA G. GERSANA, CESO III

Director IV

Director IV (concurrent Director IV of CHEDRO CARAGA)

Regional Gov't. Center, Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga


Director's Office: (045) 455-1662
Technical: 436-1846 ; Administrative: 436-1847

Mon James Hayes St., Brgy. 40, Cagayan de Oro City


Telefax. (08822) 72-41-80
Tel. (08822) 71-12-31

CHEDRO IV-A

CHEDRO XI

DR. LEONIDA S. CALAGUI, CESO III

DR. RAUL C. ALVAREZ, JR., CESO III

Director IV

Acting Director IV

2nd Flr., HEDC Bldg. C.P. Garcia Street, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel. 332-47-34

Loyola St., Bo. Obrero, Univ. of Southeastern Phil. Compound,


Davao City
Telefax. (082) 295-3418 loc. 101

CHEDRO IV-B

CHEDRO XII

DR. TEOTICIA C. TAGUIBAO

DR. MAXIMO C. ALJIBE, CESO III

Officer-In-Charge, Office of the Director IV

Director IV

2nd Flr., HEDC Bldg. C.P. Garcia Street, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel. 386-47-81

Block 2, Reyes Subdivision, Barangay Morales, Koronadal City


Tel. (083) 228-11-27
Fax. (083) 228-11-30

CHEDRO V

CHEDRO NCR

DR. FREDDIE T. BERNAL, CESO III

DR. CATHERINE Q. CASTAEDA, CESO III

Director IV

Director IV (concurrent Director IV of OPSD)

CHEDRO Building, EM's Barrio South, Brgy. 2, Legaspi City


Tel.(052) 481-50-96 820-48-13
Fax. (052) 481-50-95

2nd Flr., HEDC Bldg. C.P. Garcia Street, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel. 468-02-13 441-0879 4410985
441-1224 441-0453

CHEDRO VI

CHEDRO CAR

DR. ISABELA L. MAHLER , CESO III

MS. LUISA S. VALENCIA, CESO IV

Director IV

Officer-In-Charge, Office of the Director IV

#12 Washington St.,Jaro,Iloilo


Telefax. (033) 320-69-76 329-59-55
Tel. (033) 508-88-52 320-69-63

BSU Compound, La Trinidad, Benguet


Tel. (074) 422-24-15
Fax # (074) 422-24-18

CHEDRO VII

CHEDRO CARAGA (chedcaraga@gmail.com)

DR. AMELIA A. BIGLETE, CESO III

DR. ZENAIDA G. GERSANA, CESO III

Director IV

Director IV (concurrent Director IV of CHEDRO X)

National Government Center, Sudlon, Lahug, Cebu City


Tel.(032) 414-91-94
(032) 414-91-95

Caraga State University (CSU) Main Campus, Ampayon, Butuan City


Telefax (085) 342-7765(Reg'l Director) ; Tel.(085) 342-5253(Admin.)
Tel.(085) 342-7384(CEPS); 342-7483(SEPS/Scho); 342-2064(ES)
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