CAP College taps the power of the internet to make it easier for CAP College Students to register.
CAP College Foundation, Inc. – a recognized pioneer in educational innovations in the Philippines – was established in 1988 as a non-stock, non-sectarian educational foundation. Instituted under Philippine laws, CAP College engages in education, research and related activities utilizing non-traditional or non-formal as well as formal delivery of instruction and grants degrees for programs recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
CAP College is patterned after the “open university” concept of education which is already well-established and widely accepted in Europe, North America and the United States, Australia, and Asia . With its non-traditional delivery of instruction, CAP College brings learning alternatives, new hope and opportunities to Filipinos here and abroad.
In order to make its programs attuned to the times and with the needs of its students, CAP College continues to expand its network and to develop its linkages with other educational institutions and organizations. It has also developed linkages with government and non-government organizations here and abroad. International linkages include the International Council for Distance Education (ICDE), where CAP College is an institutional member, and the Asian Association of Open Universities (AAOU). Locally, it is affiliated with the Open and Distance Learning Foundation (ODLF) and the Association of Foundations (AF).
In 2007, CAP College embarked on the digitalization of Distance Education. Through www.capcow.com, CAP College harnessed the power of the Internet in serving its students worldwide through: on-line registration, downloading of instructional materials, on-line tutorials, individualized folders for students, and link to a career site via www.JobsDB.com.
Aside from the regular Digitalized Distance Education Program, CAP College Foundation, Inc. operates the School for the Deaf (SFD) – the first institution in the Philippines to offer collegiate courses for the Deaf.
The development of a culture of achievement among Filipinos as a primary ingredient in nation building through the pursuit of life-long learning and continued academic advancement
The democratization of higher education opportunities through Digitalized Distance Education
- Provide opportunities for higher education to persons who cannot go to formal or conventional schools on account of time, distance, finances and other constraints;
- Develop new non-traditional undergraduate and graduate programs to meet specific needs of government and industry; and
- Contribute to the development of Distance Education in the Philippines.