1. Amseva M. Bentayao - Dean, San Pedro College, Philippines.
2. Janice B. Sawe - Faculty, San Pedro College, Philippines.
3.Rosa Medel Libot, - Faculty, San Pedro College, Philippines.
4. Lalaine G Villabrille - Faculty, San Pedro College, Philippines.
Graduate Tracer Study (GTS) on graduates provides valuable information for evaluating a specific institution's education and training. It collects information concerning graduates' employment profiles, their undergraduate experience, the first and current jobs, and the relevance of their educational background and skills required in their careers. This study aimed to investigate the program's contribution to graduates' personal and professional development and education quality. This GTS used a descriptive survey research design where structured survey questionnaires were used. The respondents identified using random sampling technique, and then analyzed utilizing percentage and mean. The findings of the study revealed that the majority of the graduates were employed. The curriculum across disciplines contributed very high to their professional and personal growth. It is manifested with SPC core values with very high satisfaction in teaching-learning elements offered by the institution. The majority of the graduates responded positively in terms of taking the course, and they were able to utilize the knowledge and skills aligned with their chosen job. Correspondingly, the recommendation was to have more exposure and applications as expressed by the respondents.
AB English, employability of graduates, tracer study, SPC