The Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) is in accordance with the provisions of Republic Act Numbers 7722 and 10647, Executive Order 330 and Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Memorandum Order 28, series of 2013. It aims to grant equivalency credits and/or appropriate academic degrees to qualified individuals who have acquired relevant body of work and life experiences or high level, non-formal and informal training.
Following the provisions of Republic Act Numbers 7722 and 10647, Executive Order 330 and Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Memorandum Order 28, series of 2013, UPHSD ETEEAP is leadership and management of equivalency and accreditation across programs and institutions. It is a system of identifying, assessing and assigning equivalent rank of college-level learning for prior learning obtained from formal, non-formal and informal training and relevant work experiences and completion of competency enrichment and other program requirements toward the final granting of an appropriate undergraduate academic degree.
UPHSD ETEEAP is a community of learners committed to the formation, empowerment and lifelong learning of Helpers of God driven by the values of love of God and neighbor, excellence, patriotism, ecological concern and devotion to the Our Mother of Perpetual Help.
To realize its vision UPHSD ETEEAP commits itself to the quality, promotion and expansion of the system of academic equivalency and accreditation of knowledge and expertise of professionals and practitioners while upholding the core values and academic quality standards of the University.