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Written by Nelson S. Lacadin   
Wednesday, 30 March 2011 18:13

For the realization of its mission, Northern Christian College shall live and work towards the development of students

  • who are knowledgeable of and sensitive to the economic, social, political realities of Philippine society, the Asian region, and ideally of the world;
  • who are intellectually, professionally, economically and vocationally competent, honest and dedicated;
  • whose p otentials for creative and critical thinking are fully developed;
  • who are spiritually and ethically strong in their witness to the evangelical Christian faith and values; and
  • who act responsibly to meet the concerns and demands for free, just and compassionate society.


To enhance the realization of our mission and vision, Northern Christian College adopts and pursues and works the service thrust of Church-Related Educational Action Towards Empowerment - United Church of Christ in the Philippines (CREATE-UCCP), namely:

1. A curriculum and co-curriculum program that fosters development towards creative thinking, human dignity and responsibility, social awareness and involvement in the process of learning.

2. Methodology of teaching a system of learning and evaluation that recognizes the dignity of every person; train for the development of the capacity for critical thinking and cultivate social responsibility and action guided by Christian values.

3. An administration, faculty, staff and students who are knowledgeable of the best thoughts and values of the Filipino and humankind and conversant with the economic, political and socio-cultural heritage in relation to the realities of Philippine society and life, in particular, and of the world, in general.

4. A decision-making process in the institution and community that will make use of the fullest contribution of various sectors and develop the capabilities and reflection and action in the academic and in the greater community.

5. Academic-community actions that are actively involved in solidarity with the poor in society for their development and authentic liberation.

6. A policy of service that reflects the values of justice, dignity of labor, and development of commitment to duty, competence and excellence.

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