Transcending as an institution of hope by evaluating students' cognizance, understanding, and acceptance of the VMGO of the College, Institute, and Degree Program
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AuthorLobo, Joseph; Martin, Jonar
Universidad de Granada
Joseph Lobo, Jonar Martin (2023). Transcending as an institution of hope by evaluating students' cognizance, understanding, and acceptance of the VMGO of the College, Institute, and Degree Program .Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,Vol. 14(2). 278-293.[DOI: 10.47750/jett.2023.14.02.02[DOI: 10.47750/jett.2023.14.02.027]
The Vision, Mission, Goals, and Objectives of each and every college and university in the globe are the driving forces behind their institutions' very existence. The institution's own declarations of its mission and vision serve as a roadmap for the school's purposes and aspirations. In light of this, the purpose of the current study is to investigate the levels of awareness, comprehension, and approval that students have regarding the VMGOs of the college. After collecting data from a sample of Bachelor of Physical Education students at a local college in Region III [NMale = 189 (51.9%) and NFemale = 175 (48.1%)], the findings revealed a significant variance concerning students' cognizance of the VMGOs, as well as its clarity and consistency in terms of gender and year level. In addition, the findings of the Partial Least Square-Structural Equation Modelling showed that: (1) cognizance is significantly related to and predicts understanding and acceptance; (2) cognizance is associated with and affects perceived clarity and consistency; and (3) perceived clarity and consistency are interrelated to and heighten understanding and acceptance of the VMGOs. According to the findings of the study, it is critical to determine whether or not students are aware of, comprehend, and are willing to conform with the VMGO because these factors are indicative of the quality of the school's services, operations, policies, and overall performance. Several suggestions for the further growth of study in the field are being put forward in connection with this current investigation.