Asian College of Technology

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Asian College of Technology
Asian College of Technology (emblem).jpg
Motto Sapientia Est Potestas
Motto in English Wisdom Is Power
Established 1988
Type Private
President Rodrigo A. Abellanosa
Location Cebu City, Talisay City, Cebu, Philippines
Former names Asian Computer Institute (ACI)
Website www.act.edu.ph

The Asian College of Technology (ACT) is a private college in the Philippines, located in Mandaue City and Talisay City, in the Cebu Province.

It consists of two campuses located in different areas of Metro Cebu : the ACT - Cebu City CyberTower Campus, which is the main campus located at corner Leon Kilat and P. del Rosario Streets in Cebu City, and the ACT - Bulacao Campus, located in Cebu South Road, Talisay City.

The founder and president of ACT is Rodrigo A. Abellanosa, a Cebu City Congressman.[1]

History[edit]

The Asian College of Technology was founded on September 19, 1988, in Colon Street in downtown Cebu City, as the Asian Computer Institute (ACI).

On May 14, 1992, the Asian Computer Institute was incorporated as the Asian College of Technology, with the establishment of the ACT-Bulacao Campus in Talisay City, which currently hosts the ACT Integrated School Division (ACT-ISD), established in 1994, hosting the pre-school, grade school and high school.

From 2005 to 2010, ACT was awarded as the Best Computer School for Five Consecutive Years in Metro Cebu by the National Council for Product and Service Quality.

Courses offered[edit]

Vision[edit]

Asian College of Technology International Educational Foundation is a dynamic educational institution with esteemed professionalism committed to develop highly competent, globally competitive and socially responsible Asianistas.

Mission[edit]

To offer relevant and value-laden educational programmes, imbued with learning opportunities and experiences, responsive to the demands of the local and global communities, geared towards the holistic formation of Asianistas.