The ASEAN University Network – Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) granted to the College of Veterinary Medicine an overall verdict of “better than adequate” in relation to the implementation of the 11-point criteria for the AUN-QA Assessment. The remote assessment took place on the 26th to the 30th of October 2020. This achievement is testimony to the concerted efforts of all CVM constituents: the faculty, staff, students, alumni, and employers who had contributed to this success. The college will strive harder to improve on this ranking, innovate even more, and explore all possibilities to attain the college vision of being the premier veterinary institution in Asia Pacific recognized for being world-class and service-oriented veterinary professionals.
The College also extends its gratitude to the UPLB Administration and the UPLB Academic Assessment and Development Unit (AADU) as well as the various units in UPLB, particularly the Information Technology Center (ITC), Office of Public Relations (OPR), Department of Human Kinetics (DHK), Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (OVCSA), University Main Library, University Health Service (UHS) and Learning Resource Center (LRC) for the unwavering support, cooperation, and services which had greatly contributed to the success of this important academic undertaking.