Excitement filled the air as the ribbon was cut, signifying the inauguration of the SSC Infirmary Project, the I Lab Project, the Flexible Management System for Sciences, Mathematics, and ICT, and the newly constructed academic building. Among the distinguished guests were CHED Secretary J. Prospero De Vera III and College President, Prof. Charisma S. Ututalum, CESE. This momentous occasion marked a new chapter in SSC’s commitment to innovation and excellence in education and healthcare.

The following are the projects that were commemorated by CHED secretary Popoy E. De Vera III.

SSC Infirmary.

Is a project donated by the Ministry of Public Works and Highways (MPWH) through the initiative of Congressman Samier A. Tan, 1st District Representative, Province of Sulu. This project is a collaborative effort involving multiple stakeholders aimed at enhancing healthcare services within the Sulu State College community. The donation of this infirmary implies a significant contribution towards health and wellness facilities, providing medical care and support for the SSC. This would enhance the capabilities of the SSC to address health-related issues. Offering a space for medical treatment and possibly preventive health


Academic Building.

The construction of the academic building started on April 19, 2023, and was completed on December 17, 2023, with a 20,000,000.00 approved budget for the contract (ABC) under Fund 101: GAA 2023. Constructed by USF Construction and Hardware Trading. The construction of this academic building symbolizes a commitment to knowledge. innovation, and progress. As the foundation is laid and the walls rise, it heralds a new era of learning and discovery. Within its halls, future leaders will engage education, collaborative research, and intellectual exchange in a transformative way designed to inspire and facilitate growth. The academic building will serve as a beacon of excellence, fostering creativity and critical thinking. With state-of-the-art facilities and sustainable design, it reflects a dedication to environmental stewardship and community engagement. This building is built for the countless minds that will be shaped within its walls, leaving a lasting legacy of knowledge and achievement.

Flexible Learning Management System for Sciences, Mathematics, and ICT inSulu State College

The Flexible Learning Management System for Sciences, Mathematics, and ICT inSulu State College is a project led by Mr. Julkifar Usban, the team leader, with an approved budget for the contract, amounting to P7,723,900.00. The project installation started on March 30, 2021, and was completed on March 29, 2022. This ambitious initiative was designed to revolutionize the educational landscape of SSC by integrating cutting-edge technology and pedagogical strategies to enhance learning experience in science, mathematics, and ICT. This project addresses the diverse learning needs and styles of students, its system was meticulously crafted to provide a more personalized, engaging, and flexible learning environment.


International Mobility in the New Normal: Modernizing the ILAB as an Innovation Laboratory for Global Education and Digital Citizenship. This project is a CHED-funded program under FUND 164, CHED Grants of 2022 amounting to P7,500,000.00, supplied by the IEQUITY Technologies Corporation. The project leader was Engr. Adzmer S. Muhali. This project addresses the evolving landscape of learning in a post-pandemic world, with a focus on embracing change. The ILAB project aims to pioneer innovative approaches to foster global education and promote digital citizenship. Through collaborative initiatives and cutting-edge technology, ILAB seeks to empower students to adapt, thrive, and contribute positively to a globally connected society. By modernizing ILAB, we aim to create a dynamic environment where individuals can develop essential skills for navigating diverse cultures and digital environments effectively.

Chairman Popoy also visited Stalwart Library and state of the art Nursing Laboratory together with CHED Region IX officials and College president Prof. Charisma S. Ututalum,CESE. We would like to extend our utmost appreciation to CHED secretary Popoy De Vera for gracing with us on this momentous occasion.