COLLEGE Appointment / Request Link
Advisory to SHS Grade 12 Graduates AY2019-2020 / Batch 2020:

As our Rizal Province is still on GCQ period due to the CoViD19 Pandemic, you may request Senior High School Credentials, Transfer Out, GWA Certificate Request and other service thru this link:
Advisory to All Concerned College Students & Graduates:

As our Rizal Province is still on GCQ period due to the CoViD19 Pandemic, you may transact your school credential request, transfer-out, GWA Certificate Request, and other services thru this link: (Request and APPOINTMENT)
Why choose ICCT Colleges?

Ten REASONS why study at ICCT Colleges:

Wide selections of academic programs recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) & the Technical Education Skills & Development Authority (TESDA);

  • Up to date curriculum content and relevant training;
  • Competent & experienced instructors and professors;
  • University standard physical plant and facilities;
  • Comprehensive student internship and job placement programs;
  • Four sessions & flexible class schedules;
  • Holistic student life through multi-campus activities and community involvement;
  • Scholarship opportunities & incentives to board top notchers;
  • Affordable tuition fees at P130 per unit;
  • Tuition fee discounts for working students under WAYS Program;
  • Accessible campus locations in Rizal province.

Core Values

The Ten Core Values are the guiding principles that define who we are, how we serve, and how we act with each other and with our stakeholders.

  • INTEGRITY: We build community relationships with TRUST, HONESTY and RESPECT.
  • COURAGE: We thrust leadership that are united with conscience, ideals, and ACTIONS.
  • COMMITMENT: We promote sustainability through AFFORDABLE and QUALITY education.
  • ACHIEVEMENT: We aim to pursue the best world-class achievements.
  • DISCIPLINE: We are strengthened by our diverse perspectives to nurture RIGHT ATTITUDE, professionalism at the workplace and a morally upright culture.
  • RESPONSIBILITY: We behave responsibly through OPERATIONAL STRATEGIES and MANAGEMENT to ensure customer and employee satisfaction, competitiveness and profitability, and carry on a remarkable reputation.
  • COMPASSION: We place our stakeholders and their goals at the HEART of everything we do.
  • CREATIVITY: We celebrate INNOVATION and we are determined to be different.
  • PASSION: We love what we do, and strive for EFFICIENCY and EXCELLENCE in services.
  • PRIDE: We embrace transformation towards Global Pinoy DISTINCTION.


ICCT Colleges accepts beneficiaries of the CHED Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) under the Unified Student Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (UniFAST).

The Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES), is one of the core programs under the Republic Act No. 10931 also known as the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act. It is a grants-in-aid program that provides funding for all Filipino students from the poorest-of-the-poor households enrolled in public and private HEIs.

Students currently enrolled in the State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), CHED-recognized Local Universities and Colleges (LUCs), and quality-assured programs in private HEIs like ICCT Colleges who are in the Listahanan 2.0 of DSWD are eligible TES beneficiaries. Final selection shall be subject to prioritization and availability of funds.

TES prioritization will apply in the following order as laid out in the Implementing Rules and Regulations on RA 10931: (1) continuing grantees of the CHED’s Expanded Students Grants in Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation or ESGP-PA students; (2) students residing and studying in private HEIs in cities/municipalities with no existing SUC or CHED-recognized LUC; (3) students included in the Listahanan 2.0; and (4) those not in the Listahanan 2.0 but show proof of indigency such as BIR certificate of no income, or barangay certificate of indigency, and ranked according to per capita income.

Students shall receive financial support from the government to cover the cost of their tertiary education including tuition (in private HEIs) and other school fees and allowances for books and other education-related expenses such as transportation, board and lodging.

For more information about the procedures in the grant of TES benefits, please visit or the official UniFAST Facebook Page

You may also send e-mail to the ICCT Colleges Registrar’s Office – Scholarship Section:

No. 200 Top School

ICCT Colleges ranked no. 200 for the TOP COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES (Most Popular Schools in the Philippines 2019) based on the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities released last July 2019; the rankings are based on the performance of universities from all over the world – web presence, impact, openness, and excellence; In the Philippines, there are 2,353 Higher Education Institutions from the Commissions on Higher Education data as of AY2017-2018, indeed, number 200 spot on such Local Ranking is something that ICCT Colleges community should be PROUD of.
Congratulations ICCTinians!

Top 50 Asia Pacific Vocational

ICCT Colleges Foundation, Inc. Top 50 Asia Pacific Vocational College Awardee 2019 Education Forum for Asia Annual Conference November 26, 2019, Chengdu, China.

For more info, CALL
Landline: (02)8.249.2367 / (02)7.955.6284
Mobile Nos: 0947.895.4228 / 0932.872.4228 / 0917.814.4228

Health Advisory

Protect YOUrself. Protect OTHERS.

Precautionary measures against the possible spread of the novel
coronavirus (COVID-19) – “Iwas_CoViD19” Awareness Program of ICCT
There is currently no vaccine to prevent this infection. We need to focus
on prevention and strengthening our immune systems. The following
general measures are recommended to prevent the spread of respiratory

  1. Wash hands frequently with soap and water. It is advisable to use warm water and soap and to rub hands vigorously for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use alcohol and hand sanitizers;
  2. Wearing surgical mask is recommended if you are not well or feel sickly; it is designed to prevent the passing of a virus from the wearer to other people, not the other way around;
  3. Cover mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing; use a tissue if available then put it into the trash bin;
  4. Avoid or do not eat raw, uncooked or underdone foods;
  5. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands; viruses are often passed through contact, such as by touching a contaminated lift button or door handle, and then touching your face;
  6. Avoid exposure to patients who are sick including sick animals/pets;
  7. . If possible, avoid crowded places, elevators, lounges, cinemas etc.;
  8. Keep our place and home cleaned, and frequently, disinfect touched objects and surfaces;
  9. Get adequate rest and/or enough sleep at least 8 hours in a day;
  10. Eat healthy foods; nutrition is essential for a healthy immune system and protects our body against any viral infections;
  11. Consult a physician and stay home if you feel sick; and return to school or work once fully recovered; you may visit the school clinic upon return to school to process your excuse slip;
  12. Do self-quarantine if you had recently travelled from places, local or international, where there is CoViD19 cases or suspected cases;

Health & Safety Protocols

In order to maintain CoViD19 FREE CAMPUS all students, visitors and employees shall adhere or abide with the following guidelines:

  • Social Distancing of 1m or 3ft and No Face Mask, No Entry is stricly observed at all times. Faceshields are required during MECQ.
  • Appointment Form is required for any transactions.
  • For Admissions Office, present any ID and/or any school credentials.
  • Wash Hands Properly for not less than 20 seconds at the hand washing area.
  • Get Health Declaration Form and fill-out completely before getting in line or entry.
  • Step on the Foot Bath and wait for the completion of Thermal Scanning.
  • Employees are not allowed to go out from school premises from 8am to 5pm.
  • Eating foods, snacks and/or lunch breaks are not allowed inside the office.
    Temporary lunch break area is situated in an open space inside the campus.
  • Employees must undergo thermal scanning before leaving school or workplace.
  • Always follow social distancing floor markings, directions, and Health Safety Advisories while inside school premises.

We urge those who experience symptoms to immediately call the DOH

Hotline (02)8-651-7800 loc 1149-1150 for appropriate referral to thenearest health facility.

Graduation Advisory


Graduation process is now ongoing for all graduating college students of AY2019-2020. Application of CHED and TESDA SPECIAL ORDER (SO) NO. for those who had complied all the requirements/documents has been initiated on July 2020. Due to the present situation brought about by the CoVid19 Pandemic, processing of the SO No. may take 6 months or more, for the meantime, you may request for your Certificate of Graduation thru the Registrar’s Office Appointment and Request Link ( ).

Graduation Fee and Clearance are part of the requirements to apply for your academic completion (graduation), and since Graduation Ceremony and Graduation Pictorial will no longer be conducted, in consideration of the expenses for venue rentals, chair rentals, pins, toga rental, stage decorations, sound & light system rental, LED rental, rehearsal, event operational and others, the following amount will be REFUNDED depending on the Graduation Fees paid by the applicant.

P1,500 Early Bird Fee: P400 will be refunded;
P1,800 Discounted Fee: P700 will be refunded;
P2,500 Regular Graduation Fee: P1,400 will be refunded.

To REQUEST for the COLLEGE GRADUATION REFUND, submit the following to the Security Guard on duty at any ICCT Colleges Campuses:

  1. Letter of Request to Refund Graduation Fee;
  2. Original Copy of Official Receipt (OR) of the Graduation Fee;
  3. Photocopy of your Graduation Clearance.
  4. Sealed the douments in an envelope and indicate the ff:

- RE: Graduation Refund


  • Make sure to keep your own photocopy of the Graduation Fee OR. Process of refund will take 30 to 45 bank working days;
Balik Aral Advisory

BAP 2nd Trimester AY2020-2021

Balik Aral Program (BAP) Application is now accepted for the incoming 2nd trimester AY2020-2021; BAP is for those ICCT Colleges students who did not enroll last 1st trimester period or from previous school year.

    Step 1: Kindly fill out the BAP Application – GOOGLE FORM ( completely.

    Step 2: BAP Application will be monitored by the Guidance Counselling Office and the Accounting Office to determine student records and outstanding accounts;

  • Accounting Office will submit List of BAP Applicants every Wednesday and Saturday to the Guidance Office and Admissions Office thru e-mail;
  • For those with no derogatory records, good academic standing and outstanding accounts will be recommended by the Guidance Office for ACCEPTANCE LETTER from the Registrar Office;
  • For those with outstanding accounts, Guidance Office will inform applicants to settle the accounts or apply for BAP Promissory Note; once payment has been done, Guidance Office will recommend the applicants for ACCEPTANCE LETTER from the Registrar Office;

  • Step 3: Guidance Office will send the ACCEPTANCE LETTER (AL) and PROSPECTUS of the applicant/s thru email copy furnish Admissions Office. BAP Applicants must signed and re-send the Acceptance Letter thru and/or an appointment will be scheduled if needed;

  • Admissions Office will update the Summary Report of BAP Applicants and processing completion / accomplishment;

  • Step 4: Guidance Office will acknowledge receipt of the SIGNED ACCEPTANCE LETTER and provide the instruction for enrollment of the BAP Applicant/s.

    Step 5: Admissions Office will assist the BAP Applicants Enrollment through the Student Portal; you may call thru trunkline no. (02)7.955.6284 local 120 or 8.249.1178; email ;

    Step 6: Once enrollment is completed, kindly attend Virtual Orientation. Please send e-mail to for your schedule. Attendance is a must to learn about ICCT Online Learning Program and the new SMS Student Online Portal.

Tips, Tricks and Guides for considering AFFORDABLE EDUCATION

Budgeting as a student is an essential component of making college education affordable at ICCT Colleges.

College Expenses to Expect.

There are so many education options, and they all require a substantial financial investment. Determining what your expenses will be is a helpful step for any budget, and students are likely to have several fixed and variable expenses each month. When creating a budget, it’s important to consider which (if any) expenses are covered by a parent or guardian and subtract those from your monthly expenses. The following are common expenses students may expect to be responsible for:

  • Housing: Whether students live in dorms or in off-campus accommodations, this is likely to be one of their largest monthly expenses;
  • Books: Usually purchased at the beginning of the academic period, books can add up to a little or a lot depending on whether students purchase them used or new; or check those e-library platforms in the Internet;
  • Utilities: Electricity, gas, water, cable and Internet bills typically are covered for students living in on-campus housing, but those with their own accommodations off campus should tick these off from their list of monthly expenses. All students should also include their monthly cell phone bill or expenses.
  • Transportation: Students with vehicles must consider costs related to loan payments, insurance, maintenance and repairs, fuel, and parking; while those who rely on public transportation need to think about monthly transportation allowances for jeepney, SUV, bus and/or tricycle. Consider school locations to determine your expenses, or enroll for the ICCT Colleges Online Learning Programs instead;
  • Online Learning: This type of education has grown over the last few years and has experienced mainstream acceptance especially during the CoViD19 Pandemic; to ensure that learning continues to all possible flexible purposes during and after this pandemic; with an online class, you get to control your learning environment and manage it with your own pace; it also provides individuals an opportunity to finish a degree they might have started but were unable to continue for any reason; gadgets and internet connection is part of the investment to become a more proactive online learner;
  • Scholarships: Consider applying scholarship opportunities such as the CHED Tertiary Education Subsidy program (CHED-TES); if approved, students shall receive financial support from the government to cover the cost of their tertiary education including tuition in private schools such as ICCT Colleges;
  • Savings: Those who plan and budget wisely actually can save money while in school or considering affordable tuition fees; most colleges and universities total tuition fee ranges from P20,000 to P70,000 per semester, while ICCT Colleges averages P6,000 per trimester period, thus, it really helps you and/or your family to save more financially;
  • Tuition Fees: Choosing ICCT Colleges with its affordable P130 per unit, average of P6,000 per trimester period, or approximately P20,000 per school year on Bachelor Programs (Traditional Schooling Mode); while its Online Learning Program will cost each enrollees about P3,500 per trimester this 1st trimester AY2020-2021; note that tuition is only about half of the overall cost of attending college.

Establishing healthy financial habits in college is a good practice in life, and there are lots of ways for students to help their parents and/or guardians to cut costs while in college. Be a responsible student. Be wise on your school expenses.

Tabang OFW

ADVISORY TO ALL STUDENTS who are children of an Overseas Filipino Worker-Parent:

Please be informed that the application is ongoing for the “Tabang OFW” program of the government, which provides educational assistance through the CHEd-UniFAST program and the DOLE-OWWA.

DOLE and CHED Provide Assistance to College-Level Kids of OFWs

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) will provide one-time monetary assistance of ?30,000 to one college level dependent of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The program, called Tabang OFW, will benefit 30,000 qualified college students of repatriated, displaced, and deceased OFWs. CHED’s Unified Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (UniFAST) will be assisting DOLE’s efforts on the promotion of the Tabang OFW program.

Student Qualifications:

  1. Must be a Filipino citizen;
  2. Must be qualified under the existing admission and retention requirements of ICCT Colleges and have not exceeded the maximum residency policy of the Institution;
  3. Has not been expelled from the Institution;
  4. Must be enrolled in an undergraduate post-secondary program that are in the CHED registry;
  5. Must be a dependent of an OFW as certified by the DOLE repatriated, displaced or deceased during the CoViD19 pandemic;
  6. Must not be a recipient of scholarship grant from any government agency.

For more details, please visit this link:
or CALL OWWA Hotline: 1348; DOLE Command Center Email:;
or thru mobile nos.: 0961.595.8438; 0905.253.5680