St. Dominic College of Arts and Sciences – Bacoor (History, Vision, Mission, Goals, Admission, How to Apply, Contact Numbers)


History

First, there was the hospital. Then came the school.

Don Gregorio Andaman, Sr. dreamt, as a young boy, that he was going to build a medical institution that would cater to the health needs of the poor. He envisioned it to be one of the finest hospitals – a leader in the delivery of health services. Growing up, whose loved ones were taken away from him due to lack of medical attention, his dream did not end with a dream; rather, became a vision and a commitment.

Together with his wife, Dominga, he pursued for the attainment of his goals. They envisioned not only a hospital that can provide quality healthcare but also a school that can offer excellence in education yet affordable cost. His wife Dominga served as his inspiration and support in realizing all his dreams. And with that, he made a promise in his heart that when these institutions shall come to full pledge reality, he shall pay tribute to her by naming those after her.

The fulfilment of his ideas was a perfect example of full family involvement and dedication. As his wife being the main motivator, their six offsprings became instruments for the realization. The eldest son, Potenciano, became a surgeon by profession. Together with his parents, they established St. Anne Hospital in Lucena City and later, followed by Greg Hospital in Sariaya and Jane County Hospital in Pagbilao, both, still, located in Quezon Province. Soon after, a Nursing and Medical Sciences school was established in Quezon Province. Both the hospital and school boast of their enduring commitment to the community they serve in assuring a better future of patients and students under their care.

Their second child, Marita, became an obstetrician. With the addition of another doctor in the family, Don Gregorio was challenged to pursue bigger dreams. He built Hillside General Hospital in Alabang, Muntinlupa City – a location closer to his home province, Cavite. The other Andaman children – Emeteria, Monte and Lina – though not medical practitioners, provided much needed help and assistance in their family’s businesses by offering their respective expertise. Emie looks into the financial management. Monte, the mayor of Maragondon and an engineer by profession, is in – charge of construction and facilities development. Lina is in control of the human resources management. The youngest, Gregorio, Jr., also a doctor, takes charge of the hospital administration.

In the year 1991, St. Dominic Medical Center was established in Bacoor, Cavite.

12 years after the realization of the dream hospital in Cavite, an educational institution was founded by Don Gregorio Andaman, Sr. and his wife, Dominga, right beside the hospital. It was envisioned to fill the need for quality education in the arts and sciences in the CALABARZON area. Thus, St. Dominic College of Arts and Sciences was established.

In the six years since the school has been established, it has created an impact in Cavite. With its commitment to give quality education in an affordable cost, it helps meet the needs of the government, business and industry. And the institution generated impact anew with the change in the school’s name. Welcome to St. Dominic College of Asia!

Vision

A dynamic and proactive institution upholding the highest standards of excellence in community service, education and research towards the attainment of a better quality of life.

Mission

We believe in linking quality education and research with life skills to facilitate strategic and holistic development of individuals through innovative programs attuned to the need of local and international communities.
The St. Dominic College of Asia is committed to:
*Provide excellent but affordable education, geared towards producing competitive, productive and responsible graduates.
*Prepare students to meet the challenges for the country’s urgent need for reform towards the alleviation of poverty and moral decadence.
The institution aims to:
Goals
  Prepare the students to be professionally competent and socially responsible individuals;
  Actively promote research and the utilization of new technologies for the enhancement of the individual competencies; and,
  Take leadership role in addressing the issues and concerns of the community the institution serves towards the improvement of its quality of life.

Admission

Admission Requirements for new student:
A student applicant must:
1. Be a graduate from a duly recognized secondary school
2. Be of good moral character as attested by the certification from the Principal / Guidance Counselor or Class Adviser
3. Satisfactorily passed the school’s entrance examination, consisting of the college’s assessment exam and interview
*Examination schedule is from Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 6 pm at the Admissions Office
4. Be physically and mentally fit
5. Must submit the following requirements:

• Original copy of Form 137-A
• Original copy of High School Report Card; Form 138
• Certificate of Good Moral Character
• Photocopy of Birth Certificate (NSO)
• If married, photocopy of Marriage Certificate
• 1×1 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• 2×2 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• Physical and Medical Examinations at St. Dominic Medical Center

Admission Requirements for Transferee or 2ND Course Taker:
• Entrance Examination *Examination Schedule is from Monday to Saturday, 9 am – 6 pm at the Admissions Office
• Official Transcript of Records or Copy of Grades
• Certificate of Good Moral Character
• Honorable Dismissal from your former college / university
• Photocopy of Birth Certificate (NSO)
• If married, photocopy of Marriage Certificate
• 1×1 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• 2×2 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• Physical and Medical Examinations at St. Dominic Medical Center
Admission Requirements for Foreign Students:
A foreign student – applicant must:
1. Be a graduate from a duly recognized secondary school in the Philippines or abroad
2. Satisfactorily passed the entrance examination consisting of the college’s assessment exam and interview
*Examination schedule is from Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 6 pm at the Admissions Office
3. Be physically and mentally fit
4. Pay the Foreign Student Fee
Must submit the following requirements:
• Photocopy of Birth Certificate
• Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)
• Student Visa
• 1×1 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• 2×2 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• Physical and Medical Examinations at St. Dominic Medical Center
Admission Requirements for Caregiver Program Students:
1. Must be a High School Graduate and of 18 years of age
2. Must submit the following requirements:
• Photocopy of Birth Certificate
• Photocopy of Report Card (if High School Graduate)
• Photocopy of Transcript of Records (if college level / graduate)
• Photocopy of Marriage Certificate (if married)
• 1×1 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• 2×2 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• Physical / Medical Examination at St. Dominic Medical Center
Admission Requirements for Medical Transcription Program Students:
1. Must be a High School Graduate and of 18 years of age
2. Must submit the following requirements:
• Photocopy of Birth Certificate
• Photocopy of Report Card (if High School Graduate)
• Photocopy of Transcript of Records (if college level / graduate)
• Photocopy of Marriage Certificate (if married)
• 1×1 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• 2×2 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• Physical / Medical Examination at St. Dominic Medical Center
For further inquiries, please contact:
Registrar’s Office
(046) 970.4145 loc. 119
Admission Requirements for TAFE Program Students:
1. Must be a High School Graduate
2. Must submit the following requirements:
• Photocopy of Birth Certificate
• Original Copy of Report Card (if High School Graduate)
• Original Copy of Transcript of Records (if college level / graduate)
• 1×1 picture (2 pieces; white background)
• 2×2 picture (2 pieces; white background)
For further inquiries about the TAFE Program, please contact:
Charlene Ronquillo Anna Bayan
RDELO Coordinator Corporate Communications Staff
0922 8509200 / 0920 9115211 (046) 417 8161 / 0915 6015979 / 0922 8509136
cyronquillo@stdominiccollege.edu.ph abayan@stdominiccollege.edu.ph

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Comments

  1. justinejoy says:

    im just asking if how much is the payment in nursing course per sem?
    an when is the last enrollment for this nxt sem,..
    hope u can reply me,..
    thanks im waitng

  2. im just asking if how much is the payment in BS IT course per sem?
    .. tnx ..

  3. Is there a midwifery course in SDCA?

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  8. just want to ask about the caregiver batch 13?i take caregiver course in st.dominic then after a month i get my visa going to hongkong.so the problem is i didnt get my certificate from my caregiver course?and now im back i want also to have re=training for my caregiver course?did the school allow it?pls reply asap….

  9. just want to ask do you have PT course?is it trimester? and how mch tuition per sem.tnx

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