Cotabato City State Polytechnic College

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Cotabato City State Polytechnic College
Kutang Bato
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Former names
Cotabato High School
Type State College
Established 1924 (Cotabato High School)
1983 (Converted into state College)
President Dr. Dammang S. Bantala
  • Dr. Mocamad M. Macasayon-VPAF
  • Dr. Sema G. Dilna- VPAA
  • Dr. Abonawas Pendaliday- VPRE
  • Dr. Estrella Cantallopez -Graduate College
  • Dr. Arbaya Haron-Boquia-CAS
  • Dr. Zainodin Kusin-CAgri & Fisheries
  • Dr. Teresa Pia-CBPA
  • Dr. Tarhata S. Guiamalon-CEd
  • Dr. Jonathan Manticayan-CETC
  • Prof. Farida Dimalen-CForestry
  • Dr. Philip T. Cuevas-CCSPC-LHS
  • Prof. Edgar Boquia- SPEED
  • Dr. Noraini B. Mabang- ARS
  • Baidido Sula-Abubakar-Library
  • Prof. Erlinda Bunao- ICU
  • Dr. Gloria Kadatuan-Registrar
  • Dr. Rosalinda Kamid-Medical Services
  • Dr. Dammang S. Bantala- NSTP-CWTS
  • Instr. Salindatu Abdillah-Socio-Cultural
  • Dr. Armia U. Ebrahim-Guidance & Testing Center
  • Dr. Samsiya I. Beduya- Office of Extension Services
  • Dr. Jaimelyn L.Ututalum Research
Location Cotabato City, Philippines
  • Maroon- symbolizes courage and determination
  • White - stands for truth
  • Yellow- represents loyalty
  • Athletics (men and women)
  • Basketball (men)
  • Volleyball (men and women)
  • Sepak Takraw (men)
  • Baseball(men)
  • Football (men)
  • Softball (women)
  • Badminton (men and women)
  • Table Tennis (men and women)
  • Chess (men and Women)
  • Taekwondo (men and women)
Nickname CCSPC Fortstone Warriors
Affiliations PASUC, SCUAA, AACCUP and MASTS (Mindanao Association Of State Tertiary Schools)

The Cotabato City State Polytechnic College is a public college in the Philippines. It is mandated to provide professional and advanced vocational instruction and training in agriculture, fisheries, forestry, engineering and industrial technologies. It is also mandated to promote research, advanced studies, and progressive leadership in its field of specialization.[1] Its main campus is located in Cotabato City.[2]


  1. ^ Philippine Batas Pambansa Bilang. 484 Section 2
  2. ^ Philippine Batas Pambansa Bilang. 484 Section 1

Coordinates: 07°12′43.21″N 124°14′43.59″E / 7.2120028°N 124.2454417°E / 7.2120028; 124.2454417