Access Computer College

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Access Computer and Technical Colleges
Location Philippines
Colors              Blue, Red & White

Access Computer College (Access Computer and Technical College) is a degree-awarding tertiary educational institution that specializes in computer and vocational courses. Based in the Philippines, Access has eight campuses located in Cubao (EDSA), Cubao (Anonas), Caloocan City, Novaliches-Zabarte, Novaliches Bayan, Camarin, Lagro, marikina newly open campus, and Manila.[1] It was founded in 1981.[2]

The country's recognized leader and pioneer in high-tech education since 1981,[citation needed] continues its mission to offer the most in-demand courses wherein graduates are most in-demand today. Effective Training is achieved through personalized method of teaching in small-sized classes, with actual laboratory exercises and extensive hands-on practice, aided by high-tech audio-video devices and supplemented by scheduled on-the-job training

Two-Year Courses[edit]

  • Computer Science
  • Computer Secretarial
  • Computer Technician
  • Electronics Technician
  • Hotel & Restaurant Services

Bachelor's Degree[edit]

  • BS Computer science
  • BS Computer Engineering
  • BS Tourism Management
  • BS Business Administration
  • BS Hotel And Restaurant Management
  • BS Office Administration
  • BS Information Technology

Grade Mark System[edit]

ACCESS follow the 1.000 - 4.000 grading system patterned after American universities. This system uses the 4.0 grade point equivalence as the highest grade, while F or 0.0 grade point equivalence is considered the lowest possible grade. F grade point equivalence is considered a failing mark.

Grade Point Equivalence Description Equivalence
4.0 Excellent 98%-100%
3.5 Superior 94%-97%
3.0 Very Good 91%-93%
2.5 Good 87%-90%
2.0 Satisfactory 83%-86%
1.5 Fair 79%-82%
1.0 Pass 75%-78%
F Fail 74% and below
DRP Dropped O

Access Sports Fest[edit]

Year Men's Basketball Cheering Competition Dancesport Women's Basketball
2013 (NOZ-ORANGE) (CU2-GRAY) (CU2-GRAY) Central (MON/REC/CU1/CU2)

Battle of the Gay Bands (School Event)[edit]

Every year, the college presents a homosexual event of musical competition.[3]

Year CHAMPION Special Guest Bands
2013 (NOZ)- Binuong Piraso Wolfgang, Gloc 9, and Sponge Cola
2012 (MON)- Argumento Gloc-9,Ebe Dancel,Typecast,Moonstar88,Chicosci, and Kamikazee
2011 Parokya ni Edgar, Kamikazee, and Gloc 9
2010 (REC) - Leviticus II Parokya ni Edgar


  1. ^ "Campuses". Access Computer College. Archived from the original on 1 October 2012. Retrieved 1 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "About Us". Access Computer College. Archived from the original on 1 October 2012. Retrieved 1 October 2012. 
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