1.1 Introduction of the Study
A Campus Information System for Cordillera Career Development College–High School was proposed in replacement of the Manual Enrollment System of the institution for it to have an organized flow of transactions and an ease of work especially to the registrar and accounting of CCDC– High School. The study is concerned on how the manual enrollment performs throughout the company’s transaction. The CCDC–High School was observed that they are still using manual based operation because of the demand of the computer utilization to ensure that urgent work is given to proper authority. CCDC–High School needs this Campus Information System because it is faster and more convenient for storing data. With the continuous increasing number of student and the manual processes of enrollment, they encountered a lot of problems which includes slow process of enrollment, volume records that the Registrar’s office have to handle and difficulty in generating the student’s master list. The researchers have proposed a Campus Information System to CCDC-High School that would help to systematize the enrollment processes of the school. 1.2 Introduction to the Company
The CCDC was first envisioned merely to be a pre-elementary and review and modular computer center. However, with efficient leadership coupled with sufficient educational experiences and with the encouragement given by our leaders, the plan has been altered to include elementary, secondary, technical-vocational, collegiate and yes, even graduate education courses. The Cordillera College is not to compete with but rather to complement and supplement the efforts of the older and bigger institutions with the common goal to educate the youth. The responsibility to provide quality and relevant education that can be considered at par or equal, if not even better than those of others is also highly regarded. The operation of the college started during the summer term of 1993 in rented classrooms of the Pelizloy Centrum at km. 5 La Trinidad, Benguet with 59 students enrolled in modular computer courses, review class for NTC Examination, and typing classes. The school year 1993-1994 started with the enrollment of more than 100 technical-vocational students in June that increased to more than 200 students during second semester. Amazingly; the enrollment during the start of the school year 1992-1995, rose to more than 500 and it further increased to 870 college students during the second semester. Out of this number, a total of 157 students were among the first graduates in 1995 from the following courses: One year Computer Secretarial, Two year Computer Technician, Two-year Graduate Midwifery and Modular Courses in Computer. From then on, new programs were offered with the enrollment continuo increase of enrollment. The need for expansion was seen, hence, a three story main building was constructed in a 2,500 square meter lot area in Buyagan, Poblacion, La Trinidad in 1995. This was possible thru a loan from Social Security System with Metro-Baguio as conduit bank. The operation of the college was partially transferred to the new site in January and fully in June 1996. Campus development continued to be implemented with the fencing of the institution's perimeter area, the construction of the open gym, stage and bleachers. To adhere the primary goal of providing quality education, improvement of schools facilities is being addressed. There is the development of the main building mezzanine, the construction of the student center, gym bleachers, laboratory rooms, 3-stair class Hotel and Restaurant function room, ROTC Armory, Bachelor Officer's Quarter, and comfort rooms. Further, a three storey Basic Education Building is nearing its completion adjacent to the main building to house Department of Education as well as the Secondary and Primary Schools.
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