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SLSU goes for ISO certification

January 28 - February 3, 2017

SOGOD - Southern Leyte State University (SLSU) with its five campuses is targeting to be an ISO 9001:2008 certified state university this year, to achieve its vision to provide high quality education in the province.
SLSU, the lone state university in Southern Leyte, has started its push for ISO accreditation with a series of trainings, assessments and consultations since the year 2013.

Last January 30, during the Kapihan sa SLSU , which was attended by university officials, stakeholders, student leaders and members of the local media, University President Dr. Prose Ivy Yepes seemed positive that the much-coveted ISO certification will be granted to the university this year.

ISO 9001: 2008 is one of the standards of the ISO 9000 family that sets out the requirements of a quality management system.

“The certification signifies that the university could be able to compete with other schools for the rest of the world bringing the quality education of the graduates and excellent services in terms of instruction, research, and administration,” Yepes said. The ISO certification ensures SLSU a stronger link to international and local affiliations. “We see and create excellence as our mantra and forte,” the president concluded.

Among the topics discussed was the outstanding passing percentages of the university in licensure examinations and the installation of the university’s new academic leaders.(By MARK L. RIMAS)






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