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The Notre Dame of Midsayap College, founded in 1941, is the first Notre Dame school in Asia. The name "Notre Dame" was suggested by...

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Notre Dame of Midsayap College
Quezon Avenue Midsayap, Cotabato 9410
Phone: (064) 229-8455
Fax: (064) 521-9878
Email: [email protected]


The Notre Dame of Midsayap College of Nursing embodies the Mission, Vision and Core Values of the institution. With its strong Catholic heritage, it exists to provide excellence in nursing education, research, service to others and to produce clinically competent and compassionate nursing professionals prepared for lifelong learning, leadership and further scholarly endeavors.

As such, it is committed to:

a. mold a competent, compassionate, committed and ethical Nurse practitioner in any health care setting;

b. provide human and material resources for effective and efficient instruction equipped with the state-of-the-art technology;

c. provide evidence-based professional practice; and

d. launch innovative programs and entrepreneurial initiatives that enhance the quality of health care.


2.1 Vision

The College of Nursing of the Notre Dame of Midsayap College endeavors to be one of the top performing schools nationally/internationally, known for the global leadership in education, research, evidence-based profession that produced graduates imbued with the charism of St. Eugene de Mazenod.

2.2 Mission:

The College of Nursing of the Notre Dame of Midsayap College aims to educate diverse students to become globally competent, and continuously respect and promote the principles of academic and intellectual freedom in search of truth through the process of professional caring, critical inquiry and reflective practice.

2.3 Philosophy

The philosophy of the College of Nursing is in harmony with the mission, vision statement and core values of Notre Dame of Midsayap College. It believes that:

1. The College of Nursing, an integral component of NDMC, seeks to assure the highest quality of health care throughout the life cycle of all people’s biophysical, psychosocial, cognitive and spiritual needs as they relate with individuals, families, groups or communities;

2. The College of Nursing is committed to prepare and develop individuals for professional nursing roles and for collaboration with other professionals and consumers in the delivery of health care.

3. The College of Nursing prepares students to become self-aware and sensitive to the complexity and diversity of human system and their environments. Students are valued for their individual strengths and diversity supported by the faculty and staff committed to academic excellence and innovation, and in which collaboration and partnership across disciplines, with the nursing community in general, are viewed as essential;

4. The College of Nursing believes in the promotion and support of excellence in professional nursing through teaching, scholarly endeavors and community service;

5. The students shall be actively involved in the learning process to acquire clinical proficiency and to be socialized into professional roles; and

6. The faculty and students shall share the responsibility in creating an educational climate, which fosters mutual respect, integrity, intellectual inquiry, critical thinking, creativity and effective communication. Moreover, they shall contribute to the knowledge based on the profession through scholarly endeavors, including the application of nursing science, conduct of research and dissemination of knowledge through presentations and publications.