The College of Liberal Arts and Communication (CLAC) seeks to become a center of ideas and virtues, a thrust fueled by its mission to attain ethical standards in teaching, research, global partnership, and community service.
As a resource for both the Church and nation, the College of Liberal Arts and Communication consistently upgrades the quality of instruction through faculty competency in the various fields of specialization. It seeks to strengthen the culture of research in the areas of national and indigenous cultures, arts, governance, and well-being. It works alongside the institution in furthering education through scholarship programs.
It also provides community development projects relevant to the needs of the community. Above all, it strives to produce globally competitive graduates who are God-fearing, critical thinkers, and experts in their disciplines and who would eventually be vital in the country’s workforce.