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::-   About CM
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Campuses and Location
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History
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Motto
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Vision
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Mission
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Colors and Seal
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Pioneering Programs
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Founders
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Board of Trustees
:: Alma Mater Song

  Welcome Messages
:: The President
:: The Executive Vice President
About CM
 

Campus Location

The College of Maasin is located at Tunga-Tunga, Maasin City, province of Southern Leyte-wide system of higher education and lower level laboratory schools.



History                                                                                               


 The College of Maasin is a non-sectarian institution founded by the Rev. Dr. Angel C. Espina. In 1973, the school was donated to the United Church of Christ in the Philippines. It was accepted by the UCCP General Assembly in 1974 making it part of the UUCP church-related educational institutions network in the country. Since then, the college continued its journey towards academic rehabilitation, recovery and the quest for quality education. It has produced distinctive men and women who have become pillars of the society like former Speaker of the Batasang Pambansa, the late, Nicanor Espina Yniguez Presently, the College of Maasin is moving onwards to progress with God’s blessing. In 2004, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Laws were added as new courses. Other courses offered are Food Technology, Computer Science, Commerce and Liberal Arts, Midwifery, BSIT or Bachelor of Science in Information Technology  also has a complete elementary and high school. The College of Maasin envisions itself as a dynamic learning institution committing its life resources and ministry towards personal renewal – nurtured in faith – through a liberating process of learning and holistic actions necessary for the transformation of society.


Motto                                                                                               

The College of Maasin has been guided by the motto envisioned by the Founder which is now inscribed in the School seal: “Amor, Servitium, Humanitas” (Love and Service to Humanity). At the onset of the Third Millennium, the incumbent CM President,Dr. Miguel Udtohan, added a new core value to the motto which now reads: “Love, Leadership and Service to Humanity.”


Vision                                                                                                
The College of Maasin is a center of excellence inspired by an abiding faith in the Almighty God, love, leadership and service to humanity.


Mission                                                                                             

With its commitment to the ideals of love and service, and the development of new breed of leaders who are morally upright and spiritually inspired, the College of Maasin operates and maintains educational programs which are nationalistic and democratic, and attuned to nationally and internationally accepted standards. While it nurtures academic excellence, it also works for the enhancement of high level professions and middle-level careers relevant to community development and the socio-economic needs of the country.


Colors and Seal                                                                                 
The College of Maasin colors are green and white. The school seal of CM is circular in shape with the following inscriptions within the circle:


  The College of Maasin: Maasin City City
Nisi Dominus Frustra
First College in Maasin: Founded 1921

The main shield of the seal features an open book, a torch of knowledge.

Pioneering Programs                                                                         

•  First to offer Study Now Pay Later  to poor but deserving students

•  First to grant Scholarship Programs to ordinary government employees, public school teachers & administrators, military personnel & poor disabled students.

•  First to institutionalize Community Extension Development Program (CEDP) for Community Extension Development Program.

•  First to establish International linkages with Stitching Zorginstellenger Rinjswijk Nursing Homes in Netherlands for exchange training programs & employment of Nursing alumni and Nursing Resources in the San Francisco Bay, USA, for scholarship and sponsorship of top 10% of Nursing Graduates every year for employment and immigration in the area.

 

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