After a year, the proposed Bachelor of Science on Hotel and Restaurant Management was recommended by the Babuls Academic Council in a Referendum dated February 2, 2001. The Institute of Home Economics shall help realize the vision of the Vulcan State University to become the center of educational development in Vulcan and in the whole nation. The first director of the institute was Proof. Fidelity P. Stared. The second dean of INCHES was DRP. Eloise Monoester P.
Jose, a graduate of Doctor of Philosophy, Major in Home Economics in UP Dilemma who took her office last 2003 and retired at April 27, 2008. The institute had its first batch of graduates in BASE last March 2004 with Ms. Catherine S. Dollop as Magna UCM Lauded. AS regards to the BSRAM students, they are having their on-the-job training in various hotels and restaurants in the Philippines as well as in Singapore. Beginning 2003, INCHES was also transformed as a service college.
Hence, mom economics subjects in the other colleges like Food Technology, Garments Technology, Consumer Education, Home Management, and other related subjects are now handled by the Institute. The institute transferred to the new Home Economics building beside the IBIS Hostel on August 2006 though the effort of the former University President Rosaries Pimento. Due to the increasing student population the Institute was converted into a college on August of 2006. Upon the retirement of DRP. Jose on April 13-15, 2008, the College of Home
Economics submitted its programs for CLAMP accreditation and passed the preliminary visit. As recommended by the IBIS Academic Council, the proposed course BBS Tourism Management was approved and offered in school year 2009-2010. On February 6, 2009, two major fields of specialization in BASE were approved by the Vice President for Academic Affairs, DRP. Iranian D. Faustian, BASE major in Food Production Entrepreneurship and Beauty Culture and Hair Science Entrepreneurship and will be offered in school year 2009-2010.