Mission, Vision and History
Mission, Vision and History


 Development of human-centered, self-reliant and ecologically stable communities to support national goal.


   To advance the body of knowledge in Human Ecology to improve operational capabilities and strengthen functional commitment in human nutrition and food, human and family development, community and environmental resource planning, and social development.


  The College of Human Ecology (CHE) started as an institute on November 28, 1974. CHE is one of only a few institutions in Asia that offers a degree program in Human Ecology and is the first and only one to offer the degree in the Philippines. It is also the first in Asia to offer a degree program in Food and Nutrition Planning. It became a full-fledged college in 1983 and since then has continued to advocate for a holistic and integrative understanding of human-environment interactions and to conduct activities that focus on the fulfillment of basic human needs, resource planning utilization and management, and delivery of social services at the family and community levels.


Dr. Jennifer Marie S. Amparo

December 01, 2023 - Present

Dr. Ricardo M. Sandalo

March 25, 2021 – Nov 07, 2023

Dr. Raden G. Piadozo​

May 28, 2015 – May 27, 2021

Dr. Marites G. Yee

February 24, 2012 – May 27, 2015

Dr. Sue Liza C. Saguiguit

June 01, 2005 – February 23, 2012

Dr. Ma. Antonia G. Tuazon

March 01, 1999 – May 31, 2005

Dr. Florentino L. Librero

March 1, 1993 – February 28, 1999

Dr. Fransico P. Fellizar, Jr.

November 01, 1987 – February 28, 1993

Dr. Josefa S. Eusebio

October 22, 1982 – October 21, 1987

Dr. Percy E. Sajise

July 09, 1980 – July 31, 1982

Dr. Gil F. Saguiguit

December 17, 1974 – April 30, 1980