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What does Notre Dame of Jolo College stand for?

Notre Dame of Jolo College is private school run by Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Jolo, Sulu, Philippines, founded on June 14, 1954 by Bishop Francis McSorley, OMI. in order to bring educational benefits to the people of what was then Sulu Province. The founders were particularly interested in training teachers who would bring advantages of good education at the grassroots level in all the far-flung islands of Sulu. Notre Dame of Jolo College is a member of Notre Dame Educational Association (NDEA) Philippines.

NDJC offers programs in Senior High School and in College. The SHS department offers the Academic and Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) tracks. Under the Academic track are HUMSS, ABM, GAS, and STEM. For undergraduate students, available courses are in Nursing, Elementary Education, Accountancy, and Business Administration. Interested students may also take up graduate and post-graduate courses in the areas of Teacher Education, Nursing, and Public Administration.

It also has Level II PAASCU Accreditation for its programs in Business Administration, Liberal Arts, and Elementary Education.