With a passing average of 72.92% in the October 2015 Board Examination for Criminologist , the University of Bohol College of Criminology maintainedÂ its title as rankÂ number 1 Â in the province of Bohol and in Central Visayas in terms of passing averageÂ Â of schools with fifty and above examinees. This was the officialannouncement made by P/CINSP Jesus C. Acullador (Ret), college dean, upon confirmation from the Professional Regulation Commission.
he thirty five new criminologists are, Cindy B. Acog, MeraLuz S. Arcepe, Joseph T. Auditor, Gilda G. Balatero, Johana Marie V. Baldon, Ricky S. Cagas, Ruel J. Cemacon,Â Alejandro G. Cenal, Jr., HermelieCinchez, Junaliza R. Circo, Richelle P. De las Eras, William C. Elicano, Rosalie S. Elle, Marlon E. Escol, Rudel B. Genilo,Â Liza D. Goco,Â Mary Joyce Gudmalin,Â Mark Winston B. Lagoy, Ihra John A. Mamantar, Alfie B. Maquiling, Michael B. Marfe, Amor E. Mohametano, Josef R. Osic, Joey A. Pacanza, Adrian R. Pagalan, Jed B. Perocho, Angelita A. Petecio, Retchiel M. Ruga, Paul Sam V. SabaÃ±a,Â Roxwel P. Salo, Nilo P. Segovia Jr., Fidel B. Suarez, Ronil B. Tero, Ma. Princess Kim S. Tingcang and Nelbert I. Tubac.
The national passing average is registered only at 29.50%.