Adobong Baboy

Ingredients :

1 kilo pork picnic or side bacon belly (cut into
bite-sized cubes)
1 cup white vinegar
1 head garlic (finely chopped) portioned into two
3 pieces laurel (bay leaves)
1/2 cup soy sauce
1 cup water
1 teaspoon peppercorn
3 tablespoons oil


In a deep skillet, brown pork in oil.

Add vinegar, soy sauce, first portion of garlic, laurel, peppercorn and water.

Bring to a boil, lower the fire and cook uncovered for 10 minutes.

When it gets too dry just add 1/2 cup of water.

Cover and let simmer until pork becomes tender.

In another pan, cook remaining garlic until golden-brown.

Add pork and pour the rest of the adobo sauce.

Orange Chicken

Orange with chicken may sound weird but trust me nothing better you would have ever tasted so far. Its aroma makes one hypnotized. It’s a very simple dish and is very aromatic with sharpness of orange and tenderness of chicken.


1/2 pound chicken breast (cut into bite-size cubes)
5 dried red chilies (cut into 1.5 inch length, seeded and soaked in warm water)

1 teaspoon minced orange zest
2 cloves garlic (minced)
1 inch ginger (minced)
1 stalk scallion (use the white part only, cut into thin threads for garnishing)
2 teaspoons oil
Oil for deep frying

For Orange sauce (sharpness):

1/4 cup freshly-squeezed orange juice
3 tablespoons canned chicken broth
1 tablespoon soy sauce
2 teaspoons Chinese rice wine or dry sherry
1/2 teaspoon sesame oil
1 teaspoon rice vinegar
5 teaspoons sugar
1/8 teaspoon white pepper powder
1 teaspoon corn starch

Salt to taste;

Frying Batter:

1/2 cup water
2 oz. all-purpose flour
1 oz. corn starch
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 egg
1 teaspoon cooking oil
1 small pinch of salt


Take a bowl and mix the orange sauce contents.

Mix the frying batter and marinate the chicken with it thoroughly so that the flavors set in giving that aromatic, mouth watering flavor to it.

Take wok or pot heat oil in it on a medium flame. Once it’s hot
Fry the chicken pieces till they become golden brown and crispy.

In a wok take 2 tsps of cooking oil heat it and fry ginger and garlic till the flavors come out. Add red chilies to it and toss it over till it gives a spicy, sharp aroma.

Once it’s done add orange zest and chicken to it and then slowly and steadily add orange sauce to it. Keep on stirring till the sauce thickens and the chicken Becomes soft, moist and tender.

You can garnish it with scallion threads and serve with hot steamed rice. You won’t stop relishing this recipe till the end as it contains all essential nutrients of the nature and the spicy hint of the chilies.


New Student

Students who wish to enroll at University of Cebu are requested to bring the following documents:
• High School Report Card (Form 138)
• Birth Certificate with LCR Number (from NSO)
• Certificate of Good Moral Character
• 1 copy of 2x2 colored picture
• 2 copies of 1x1 colored pictures (for BSMT/BSMarE courses)
• 4 copies of 2x2 colored pictures (for BSMT/BSMarE courses)

High School
• Elementary School Report Card (Form 138)
• Certificate of Good Moral Character
• Photocopy of Birth Certificate

• Photocopy of Baptismal Certificate
• Photocopy of Birth Certificate
• 2 copies of 2x2 colored picture
• Medical Certificate

Old Student

Students who are already enrolled at University of Cebu are requested bring the following documents upon enrollment:
College, High School and Elementary
• School Report Card


Students who missed one school semester are considered returnees, and are requested to bring the following document upon enrollment:
• School Report Card of last semester attended.


Students who wanted to change/shift course are requested to bring the following documents upon enrollment:
• Copy of grades from previous semester
• Certificate of Good Moral Character
• I.Q. Test Results


Students who wish to transfer from other School/University to University of Cebu should bring the following documents upon enrollment:
• Original Report Card from previous school or Informative copy of Transcript of Records
• Certificate of Transfer Credentials
• Certificate of Good Moral Conduct
• Photocopy of Birth Certificate
• Entrance Exam Results

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About UC

From a modest start in 1964, the Cebu College of Commerce (CCC) of old has come a long way. Beginning with a handful of enrollees, what used to be an undersized college has succesfully evolved into a world-class university in Asia Pacific, while holding true to its philantropic mantra, "NO TUITION FEE INCREASE".

With forty-two (42) years of quality education, the University of Cebu (UC) has been awarded a Deregulated status by the Commision on Higher Education (CHED), while recognized by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commision on Accreditation (PACUCOA) as a learning institution with the most accredited programs.

Currently, UC is cultivating more than 42,000 promising young minds while producing board topnotchers through its four campuses that are conveniently situated within different parts of Cebu


It was a beginning marked by simplicity. By modesty. A period stamped with nothing but desire and hope: the desire to provide ordinary young men and women with good but not a costly education and the hope that doing so may improve the quality of their lives. May mean the realization of their dreams.

This was the Cebu College of Commerce: with an opening enrolment of 239 in the first semester, 232 in the second semester, and, 69 in the summer.

This was the CCC of old: offering a Bachelor of Science in Commerce and an Associate in Secretarial Science in its initial year.

Those were the days: the period of knocking on doors to inquire whether a young person was interested in going to a school, near where? Behind Victor Theater? At the back of Snow Sheen? The time of scrounging for chalk and eraser for teachers so that the students would read at least a little something on the board. The moment of barely meeting salaries for employees payday after payday.

Slowly but surely, however, CCC grew. Because Atty. Augusto W. Go and companions built it, people came - students came. The 239 became 380, then 531, and on the 8th school year as the Cebu College of Commerce, 4185. Consequently, more courses opened: Education, Liberal Arts, Criminology, Customs.

Spanning, indeed, 8 full school years from School Year 1964-65 up to School Year 1971-72, CCC has began to make itself felt in the City of Cebu, in Region VII, and in the lives of many poor families whose fortunes have changed by the CCC education their children received.

The growth was simply inspiring: from an initial offering of Commerce and Secretarial, CCC began to offer diplomas in Education, Liberal Arts, Customs Administration, Criminology, Nautical; and, from an initial 239 population, CCC reached the 4, 000 mark on its 8th year.

It was time then to face greater challenges. It was a moment then for CCC to reinvent itself and give itself a new name. Beginning School Year 1972-73, CCC has now called itself the Cebu Central Colleges. And, for a good 20 years, it did so.

Enrolment rose. Initially, it was 5097. Then, it dipped to a low 5023, recovered to 6517 and on its final year as CCC, to a phenomenal 16,998.

And the list of curricular programs grew long: Nursing, Midwifery, Health Aide; Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering; Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering; Hotel and Restaurant Management; information and Computer Science; Computer Engineering; and, even a Graduate School. As well as a Marine Officers Training Course.

UC, in 1983, was the first in Cebu and in the entire Region VII to offer a course offering on Computer Science after Atty. Augusto W. Go returned from his trip to the United States.

Then, at the initiative of Dr. Erlinda Barcelo, the revered and, the same time, feared word "Accreditation" took on a deeper meaning and pointed out a new direction. Of what was then the beginning of a series of efforts in improving the quality of education at CCC, PACU-COA Accreditors visited the school on a Preliminary Visit for a Level 1 status of BSMT and AME from October 13 to 14, 1986. Her efforts did not go in vain: on February, 1988, PACU-COA announced its recognition of the level 1 status of BSMT and AME. And years after this, PACU-COA would continue doing so for various other course offerings of the Cebu Central Colleges.

The growth, however, at CCC was not only confined to numbers and courses. There too was physical growth. In 1991, the BSMT Campus in Alumnos, Mambaling was inaugurated, the constitution of the Science and Technology Building at the South Expressway commenced and the New Cebu Coliseum acquired.

With forty-two (42) years of quality education, the University of Cebu (UC) has been awarded a Deregulated status by the Commision on Higher Education (CHED), while recognized by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commision on Accreditation (PACUCOA) as a learning institution with the most accredited programs. Currently, UC is cultivating more than 42,000 promising young minds while producing board topnotchers through its four campuses that are conveniently situated within different parts of Cebu

Vision, Mission & Goal

Vision & Mission

As an institution of higher learning, the University of Cebu aims to be one of the leading universities in the Philippines and ultimately in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Cognizant of the role of education in responding to individual and societal needs founded on respect for the diversity of interest and existence of conditions for security, peace and progress, UC prepares the individual to improve one's quality of life.


• To create an adaptable organization capable of teaching international standards. Develop human resources be developing individuals (faculty, staff, and students) into responsible and disciplined professionals with a sense of pride and fulfillment in who we are and what we do. Create a school environment that is professional and motivated yet caring and supportive.

• Produce graduates who can perform competently in the work place, with the technical expertise to do their job, the stability to understand and translate complex material and discipline nd attitude needed to get the job done.

• Position the university to be a leading academic instituion in Asia with a reputation for innovation in transforming low to middle income students into competent professionals.

Position the university in the local and international marketplace as a preferred source for college graduates.


These are, therfore the values that the University of Cebu believes in:
• We value Truth, Justice, Beauty, Respect, Integrity, and Common Good, Service, and Commitment.
• We value our cultural heritage and sportsmanship.
• We value the welfare and well-being of the total person regardless of status and rank.
• We value stewardship of God's creation and of man's inventions.


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