Office of Student Affairs and Services


Service – oriented unit supportive of the university’s goals of upholding character formation and academic excellence towards global competitiveness


Offer meaningful and effective services that would enhance Students’ welfare and development


  1. Contribute to the intellectual and moral development of Individuals.
  2. Collaborate with the community through civic welfare, literacy And values formation towards national development.


  1. Assist the students in enhancing their potentials through Active participation in various projects and activities both Inside and outside of the university;
  2. Provide activities that will promote character building, Leadership skills and academic excellence; and
  3. Sustain an effective mechanism for monitoring and assessing Students’ potentials and capabilities for self-improvement.

Organizational Structure


This handbook provides the students concrete perspective to meet the expectations of the College.

This will be your resource manual to provide you a concrete perspective to meet the expectations of the College and help direct your hearts and minds in the development of skills, talents, and proper attitudes toward life as you surf through the vast expense of today’s sources of knowledge and information. As such, this will be your reference and guide on the policies, procedures, norms, standards, best practices, service units, academic programs, and campus life as a whole.

The new edition will provide you with updated practical and easily accessible information regarding the student regulations in CCT. It aims to increase your effectiveness as a student. It will provide you with ideas, suggestions and guidelines to enable you to achieve academic success by producing quality education outcomes.

The Board of Trustees, Administration staff, employees, faculty members and security officers are considered persons in authority vested with rights and obligations to impose and implement the proceeding rules and regulations.

As a CCT student, you are expected to commit yourself to abide by the rules of discipline, to maintain the good image of the College, to contribute to the actualization of its vision and mission, and most of all to uphold peace and order in the community.


Plagiarism is the use, without giving reasonable and appropriate credit to or acknowledging the author or source, of another person's original work, whether such work is made up of code, formulas, ideas, language, research, strategies, writing or other form(s).

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Health practices among CCT students and teaching staff will strictly adhere to the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), DOH Guidelines and CHED Memoranda, in the prevention, control and management of Covid-19.

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