STAKEHOLDERS’ AWARENESS AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE INSTITUTION’S VISION, MISSION AND GOALS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM OBJECTIVES IN A STATE UNIVERSITY IN THE PHILIPPINES

The vision, mission, goals, and objective (VMGO) statements distinguish one university from another through its uniqueness and competitive advantages. It serves as the foundation and powerful statements that motivates internal and external stakeholders to push and realize the dream of achieving them. The stakeholders’ awareness and acceptance of the vision,  mission,  goals  and  objectives  (VMGO)  of  the  university  and  the  specific  degree  program  are essential  for  institutional  improvement  and  for  the  realization  of  its  mandates.  This study aimed to investigate the stakeholders’ level of awareness and acceptance of the institution’s VMGO. This study utilized the descriptive survey method to describe the stakeholders’ level of awareness and acceptance of the vision, mission, goals and objectives. The data gathered were organized, tabulated as well as analyzed using simple descriptive statistics such as frequency count and percentage per group of respondents. The study revealed that the stakeholders of Cavite State University-Silang Campus were highly aware of the content and the manner of dissemination of the VMGO of the institution. It further revealed that the stakeholders generally understand and accept the vision, mission, goals, and objectives of the institution. In order to sustain the stakeholder’s level of awareness and acceptance of the VMGO, the dissemination of information may be intensified by utilizing other modes.

Keywords: Vision, Mission, Goals, Objectives, Awareness, Acceptance.

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