Lyceum of Iligan Foundation is a non-stock, non-profit educational institution of learning, duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission in August of 1994. Ideally situated in a residential-commercial area at Corpus Christi Village, Tubod, Iligan City and it is readily accessible to the commuting public.
The College first opened its doors to the general public in June of S.Y. 1997-1998, offering courses in Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Marine Engineering, Computer Engineering, Architecture, Computer Science, Maritime Transportation, Commerce, Customs Administration and Education. These varied programs are designed to meet the manpower needs of Iligan City, its neighboring cities and municipalities especially the newly established Iligan-Cagayan Industrial Corridor.
Although, still its nascent-stage and considered very young by the standards of academic institutions, Lyceum of Iligan’s commitment to relevant, quality and affordable education is clearly manifested in its various course offering, magnificent physical plant, state of the art facilities, dedicated administrators and faculty thus, making LYCEUM OF ILIGAN definitely a landmark of quality education and youth development in this part of the city.
On August 1998, within one year of its existence, LYCEUM OF ILIGAN FOUNDATION through the College of Maritime Education has satisfactorily completed the requirements of the Rules of Maritime Academies, accredited and received, the DET NORSKE VERITAS (DNV) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CERTIFICATE with validity until August 3, 2005. DNV is a Norwegian accrediting agency for Maritime Industries. In order to retain the validity of the Certificate, Lyceum of Iligan Foundation is subject to annual audits, which will be endorsed in the Supplement.
Furthermore, on June 2002, the College offered its Associate in Health Science Education/ Bachelor of Science in Nursing (AHSE/BSN), with complete laboratory facilities to cater the needs of the public and move courageously to the globally competitive challenge.
In June S.Y. 2003-2004, to fully utilize its human resources, the programs Computer Science and Commerce were transferred to its mother school, the Iligan Capitol College.
On March 2004, the institution has successfully achieved its goals when CHED Region 10 had their third level visit to the College of Nursing and second level visit to the College of Education.
On June 2005-2006, again to fully utilize its human resources and facilities, the Institution transferred the program Education to Iligan Capitol College as well as the Graduate in Midwifery moved in Lyceum On May 8, 2006 and October 11, 2006, by virtue of CHED en banc Resolution No. 008 and No. 017 series of 2006, the College of Nursing and the Graduate in Midwifery respectively were granted recognition in accordance with the pertinent provisions of Republic Act No. 7722, otherwise known as the “Higher Education Act of 1994”.
On June 8, 2009, the Institute opened its new TESDA courses following the approval from the TESDA-Regional office as one of its technical/vocational providers. The new courses are: Deck Seafaring NC II, Health Care Services NC II and Computer Hardware Services NC II. The new TESDA courses are intended for high school graduates who at the time of graduation can be considered as employable.