EXTENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICIES AND PROGRAMS OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTE: A CASE OF ISU ECHAGUE, PHILIPPINES

Abstract

In the pursuit of the university’s vision, mission, goals and objectives, this study assessed, analysed, and evaluated the extent of implementation of policies in the different services of the Isabela State University like student services, administrative services, fiscal services, research services, extension and training and production services. A total of five hundred fourteen (514) respondents, comprising of administrators, faculty and non-teaching staff in the nine campus of the university with a sample size of 24 administrators, 164 faculty, 101 non-teaching staff and 225 supreme student council officers at the different campuses were taken. The extent of implementation of policies in the different services of the university like student services, administrative services, fiscal services, research services, extension and training and production services are perceived to be all implemented and also on the efficiency of the implementation of fiscal management policies, the three groups of respondents perceived that all policies are efficiently implemented which indicates that the level of implementation of all the four-fold functions realized the attainment of the vision, mission, goals and objectives of the university serving as the university for people and nature.

Keywords: administrative services, fiscal services, research and extension, student services


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