From Simple Beginnings
The Jose C. Feliciano College Foundation all started with a man dreaming of providing the Filipino Youth the best venue and opportunity
to realize their full potentials. He conceived of organizing a School of Science and Technology, knowing that education is for all and considered
an integral requisite of human and community development. And, he succeeded. That small school which he started was the modest beginning of the College today.
The Jose C. Feliciano College Foundation (JCFC) started as a Science and Technology School on June 4, 1994 at the Dona Ponciana Building in downtown Angeles city. Its founding members include the children and grandchildren of Atty. Jose C. Feliciano Sr. and Mrs. Ponciana M. Feliciano. Atty. Jose C. Feliciano is a noted lawyer-businessman of Pampanga, in whose honor the school was named. The original incorporators included Atty. Angelina F. Paras, Dr. Isabelita F. Siapno, and Mrs. Clarissa F. Cedro and grandchildren, Romualdo Patrick F. Siapno and Ma. Christina Angela F. Paras. The Feliciano brothers, Atty. Manuel M. Feliciano and Architect Jose M. Feliciano Jr. joined the Board of Trustees later in 1995.
The founders envisioned the school to serve as a science and technological institution for the educational need of Central Luzon. It would also cater especially to the displaced and devastated “lahar” victims who lost much of their opportunities except for a sound quality education, which the Jose C. Feliciano School of Science and Technology made affordable and accessible for them.
STEM (Science Technical Engineering Management)
ABM (Accountancy, Business and Management)
HUMSS (Humanities, Education and Social Services)
Technical Vocational Tracks
Commercial Cooking (Cookery, Bread & Pastry and Food & Beverages)
Hotel Services (Housekeeping, Front Office and Household Services)
Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation
Bachelor of Science in Criminology
Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Marketing Management
Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management (Ladderized Program)
Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English and TLE
Two Year Midwifery
Cookery NC II
Bartending NC II
Housekeeping NC II
Front Office NC II
Food and Beverage Services NC II
One-Year Health Care Services NC II (Nursing Aide)
Automotive Servicing NC II
Electronic Servicing NC II
Shielded Metal Arc Welding NC II
For First Year High School
Form 138(report card)
NSO Birth Certificate (photocopy)
Certificate of Good Moral Character
3 pcs 2x2 picture
1 big brown envelope and folder
Certified True Copy F-137(School last attended)
Certificate of Good Moral Character
4 pieces of 2x2 ID picture
NSO Birth Certificate (Photocopy)
Copy of Grades
The Office of Student Services and Affairs (OSSA) exist for the students. Its reason for being is to provide opportunities
for growth, enhance the quality of life of student n school, complement the academic pursuit by providing various services
and activities that shall contribute to the total development of the person, prepared to be an effective, competent and
productive member of society.
The Jose C. Feliciano College Foundation has a vast array of programs for student development on and off campus. These are cultural, professional, spiritual/moral, athletic, co-curricular and other enrichment activities. These are offered to students who desire to expand their horizons and at the same time make their life on campus more enriching, interesting and rewarding. Such activities are under the umbrella of the Office of Student Services and Affairs (OSSA).
On a broad sense, the office supervises student organizations, publication, discipline, spiritual formation, leadership training, advising, guidance and counseling, co-curricular activities, extra-curricular activities, enrichment programs, values education and other student services and activities beyond the classroom.
The office is directly in charge of student organizations, with the College Supreme Student Council (CSSC) as the supreme organization. Each institute has its own set of officers. In addition, there are currently 10 recognized student organizations for this school year. This is to ensure that student leadership and activities are properly managed and implemented with direct participation of students as part of their holistic development.