Campus Prospectus

The classrooms are housed in the main building of South Forbes City College, reserved for students of Business Administration and Hotel and Restaurant Management courses. Tourism Management students take up space in the left wing of the college’s research center, adjacent to the college’s comprehensive library, training rooms, mock offices, and WiFi-enabled study rooms.

The grounds of South Forbes City College create a balance of manicured hedges and tree-lined avenues, separating nature and the more rigid walkways for students and vehicles inhabiting the campus. The school’s equal appreciation of athletics is manifested in a domed gymnasium, sheltering an olympic-sized swimming pool, seats for 10,000, and a state-of-the-art basketball court for its more sports-minded students.

History

Information technology entrepreneur Ramon C. Garcia, Jr., and a group of businessmen invested in a new school south of Metro Manila oriented toward producing graduates for the country’s booming service industries.

 The school—South Forbes City College Corp. (SFCCC)—is situated on a sprawling campus in Silang, Cavite, and is inspired by Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. The school is situated on a 3.1-hectare campus, which will have space for up to 10,000 students once fully developed.

The school started classes for its pioneer batch in July, 2012, offering courses like Business Administration, Hotel and Restaurant Management, and Tourism Management.

SFCC aimed to reduce situations where fresh graduates need to be trained further by companies that hire them and to equip them with professional skills in their chosen fields.

SFCC features an expansive nature park campus with school-wide internet access, modern air-conditioned classrooms and amenities and outdoor areas modeled after those of Ivy League schools.

SFCC also has a 10-year plan for its IT infrastructure that will eventually include networks, content delivery, laboratories, and case studies in a practical environment with industry participants.