The Manuel S. Enverga University is an excellent choice for those who choose higher education to enrich them and to better their lives. When a student decides to enroll in the University, he or she becomes part of a learning community where extremely selective and competitive programs that are at par with those of the finest institutions in the Philippines are offered. A distinctive hallmark of Manuel S. Enverga University is excellence in the delivery of instruction, adaptability to the individual student’s characteristics, learning styles and needs, and adherence to the truth for the development of creative, proactive, productive and God-fearing individuals who will help in the transformation of Filipino society.
Thus, at the heart of the different academic programs is student-centered learning where teaching and training go beyond the confines of the classroom and where students can comfortably progress as far as their abilities can take them. The Enverga University promotes a caring learning environment among the community of teachers and scholars. The acquisition of knowledge and skills is attained through interaction with the world outside the academe even as the process encourages students to be proactive in their own learning and growth.
The excellence-driven instruction is informed by the University’s emphasis on research activities where both students and faculty members are motivated to undertake laboratory or community research, special projects and other academic requirements to produce new knowledge and new ways of thinking, doing and seeing.
Research is an important activity of faculty members in the different academic programs undertaken through institutional grants, commissioned projects or research grants, in coordination with local government units, non-government and people’s organizations.
A number of faculty members have served as researchers, consultants, quality assessors, and trainors with the Commission on Higher Education, Department of Education, Department of Health, Department of Agriculture, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Department of Labor and Employment, quasi-government and local government units.
Faculty researchers have also published a number of textbooks, workbooks, sourcebooks, manuals, and interactive materials to enhance classroom practices.
In like manner, the University’s Community Extension Service Program is anchored on the general objective of attaining improved quality of life among people in the barangay, particularly the marginalized and the underserved. Community service projects are undertaken in collaboration with three major partners for development: the University, the barangay, and other cooperating agencies. There are three phases of development in the barangay, which is the base of CES projects – value redirection, enhancement of environmental conditions, and training for livelihood opportunity and improved income.
The community outreach component ensures that whatever knowledge, skills, and expertise generated from the academe is used in the service of the community. The rationale is that a relevant education should help transform communities into more livable, healthy and sustainable environments where peace loving, law abiding and productive citizens live.
Education at the Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation is holistic and empowers its students to prepare for the professions or to earn a trade, and at the same time, trains them to become responsible and socially conscious citizens concerned for the improvement of the quality of life in their communities and of the country in general.
The University aims for the synergy of instruction, research and community service in the fulfillment of its mission-vision from the grade to the graduate schools.