Learning a new language should never be difficult and stressful. The Tutorial and Language Center is here to help those who want to speak foreign language. They aim to make each class a fun learning experience.
The Tutorial and Language Center started with its Language and Tutorial Department in 2008 to accommodate students who are taking English as a Second Language. This served as a vehicle in helping degree-bound students in developing and mastering their English skills before they start taking courses in college. By the year 2011 the number of students and re-enrollments increased.
The language program that is offered has also become more diverse. As of now there are foreign language classes that are also taught. Students are not only able to learn English in classes as they are also given some opportunities for mini-internships and exposure trips, interact with different nationalities by hosting events like a social night and they also get the chance to travel some parts of the Philippines.
The blended learning program was launched and students who are taking both non-degree and degree courses are taking it.
The Tutorial and Language Center uses ENDERUN TQM or the Total Quality Management is a Management and Educational System that is providing quality services by using continuous training and development.
ENDERUN TQM uses contemporary theoretical and conceptual knowledge in a modern environment and the use of the most efficient practices. As a result, students are provided an opportunity for placement of graduates in the managerial and entrepreneurial courses.
Because of this system, students are assured that they get the best lessons through continuous improvement with the use of collaborative strategic planning and the implementation of efficient, ethical and effective quality management systems.
The teaching philosophy of the Tutorial and Language Center is patterned after the general education modules that are used by US Ivy League schools. They also develop students through the use of industry-specific curricula.
Students are given opportunities to learn and experience through activities within and outside of the campus.