PRESBYTERIAN  THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY

6200 Cantil-e, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines

Tel. Nos. (035) 421-2754 ; (035) 421-2030

Email address: ppuniversity@hanmail.net

PRESBYTERIAN  THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY

6200 Cantil-e, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines

Tel. Nos. (035) 421-2754 ; (035) 421-2030

Email address: ppuniversity@hanmail.net

Mission and Vision

Mission

To tran students to be skllful ministers and effective teachers of the word of God.

Vision

Towards the formation of committed and faithful ministers to fullfill the great Commission of Jesus Christ.

Objectives and Purpose of PTC

A. As provided for in the Consitution of the Republic of the Philippines the basic objectives of Presbyterian Theological College are:

     All schools aim to develop character, personal discipline, civic consciousness, and vocational effeciency and to teach the duties of citizenship

B. This broad constitutional mandate is implemented in the Presbyterian Theological College by the following purposes and goals:

1. As a Christian College, its chief objective is to lead all its students to a deeper devotion to God.

2. The College will offer a quality Christian instruction emphasizing integrity, loyalty and service in all aspects of its program.

3. The College will seek to expose the student to the most significant experiences and thinking of the human race, so that he may be in a position to discriminate among values and discover God’s will for his own life.

4. The College will train the student in critical and constructive thinking.

5. The College will help the student to understand himself and inspire him to develop his own particular talents and abilities.

6. The College will provide an atmosphere in which students can study, work and play and live together in mutual respect and recognition of their personal worth and value as Christians.

7. The College will prepare the students for construction citizenship and serve his community and to society in general.

8. The College will seek to enale the student through the course he is taking to grown in appreciation for the beautiful, including his own art and literature.

9. The College will seek to serve the community and to provide Christian educational services in areas to special need.

C. In particular, the Presbyterian Theological College aim to traim and produce students according to its curriculum for a Bachelor of Arts in Theology degree, upon which the student becomes a Minister and/or a teacher.

D. In general terms Presbyterian Theological College will work to meet these goals by the following means:

1. In the curriculum and co-curricular activities proper emphasis will be place in religious activities for all students. Teachers will be encouraged to show through their own lives the importance of the religious aspect of life.

2. The Administration will seek to develop the best possible teaching faculty and administrative staff. In the hiring of new teachers careful attention will be given to their academic and personal qualifications. Teachers and staff members will be sought out who have a sincere desire to work, dedicated to the task of teaching the students based on the true Christian concept. Faculty members will be encouraged to continue their studies and to acquire at least M.A. degree. The College will seek to provide as much in a way of instructional materials as its finances will permit. It will provide and adequate number of library books for all students in all classes. In School and student records will not be altered in anyway in order to appease any person.

3. Methods of classroom teaching will emphasize critical and constructive thinking rather than more rote learning. The students will be required to use the resources of the library in order to be in better position to formulate their own thoughts and to make their own decisions.

4. Special emphasis will be given to the development of a pastoral training through church planting activities and evangelism in general, promoting harmonious relationship with the community.