“Awareness, Acceptance, Perception, and Understanding of the Vision, Mission and College Goals of Isabela State University and BS Information System Program Objectives”
The goal of this study was to evaluate whether Isabela State University's vision, mission, and college goals, as well as the program objectives of the BS Information System, were known and widely disseminated, as well as whether they were acceptable in terms of understanding, clarity and consistency, congruence, and attainability.It employs a descriptive research design with a survey questionnaire as the primary research tool. The participants in the study were the University's stakeholders, which included both internal and external stakeholders. The survey instrument utilized in this study was a modified version of a survey questionnaire used in a recent study by Constantino(2020). The survey instrument included metrics for VMGO perception, awareness, acceptability, and understanding that were based on the 2010 AACCUP Revised Instruments. The results also showed that the stakeholders believe the VMGO is clear, consistent, and likely attainable, as well as aligned with educational methods, projects, or activities. External Stakeholders were found to be the least aware of, accept, and understand ISU's Vision, Mission, Goals, and Objectives. To further promote awareness among external stakeholders and thereby strengthen support, it is advised that the ISU-CCSICT community disseminate the VMGO through various forms of communication media, organize campaigns, or other related actions.