Our Organization - Cesar Vallejo College
Our Organization
Our Organization

Dr. Cesar Acuña Peralta founded Universidad Cesar Vallejo in Peru in 1986 and Cesar Vallejo College in Miami, Florida in 2017.

On March 26, 1999, Universidad Cesar Vallejo was successfully finalized complying with all laws and regulations in effect at the time .

In compliance with the institutional regulations and university law, Dr. Cesar Acuña Peralta was elected unanimously as first Chancellor of Universidad Cesar Vallejo on April 19, 1999.

Currently, the university is made up of 12 campuses in the Peruvian cities of Trujillo, Tarapoto, Chiclayo, Piura, Chimbote, Huaraz, and Moyobamba, of which four are in Lima. Its most recent endeavor, Cesar Vallejo College, is located in the United States in the city of Miami, Florida.

With the goal of internationalization efforts developed by the university in 2015, a plan was created for a higher education institution in the state of Florida. The goal is to improve the overall quality of services provided and offer new opportunities for learning in diverse settings.

Mission Statement

The mission of Cesar Vallejo College is to train proficient, productive, competitive, and creative professionals, who act with great human and scientific sense.

Our students are committed to sustained development to become innovative role models who protect and preserve our environment.

Purpose Statement

The objectives of Cesar Vallejo College are:

  • To keep, improve and transmit a universal culture with critic and creative sense fostering national identity in a plural and diverse cultural context.
  • To foster, direct, and research in humanities, science and technology, and encourage intellectual and artistic creation.
  • To train professionals with solid humanistic, scientific, technical foundations and high academic standards so they become responsible citizens in accordance with the present and future necessities of our society. Likewise, to provide qualifications according to modern times and to develop ethical, civic attitudes of responsibility and social solidarity. 
  • To train professionals within a new concept of a teaching-learning process that responds to the necessities for domestic development, in the context of modernization and globalization of our society. Furthermore, to train the individual, professional and specialist, providing a quality education. In the same manner, to train the individual in their condition of free and creative human, with moral principles, supportive of their peers, lifelong learner of their reality and their resources to transform these resources with the latest knowledge, skills, abilities, responsibilities, efficiency, and effectiveness so they can adapt to important changes in the world and to their local and national identity.
  • To extend the actions and services to the community, fostering a comprehensive development of society with social responsibility. Likewise, to be an open space for a college education that promotes continuing learning, providing opportunities for personal realization and social mobility to educate citizens that actively participate in society and are open to the world to promote human rights, sustainable development, democracy, and peace.
  • To promote, generate, and spread knowledge through investigation as part of services that will be offered to the community. Furthermore, to provide appropriate technical abilities to contribute to the cultural, social, and economic development of society.
  • To contribute to the development and improvement of education at all levels, especially through the training of professors.
  • To contribute to the awareness of local and national reality.
  • To implement work of prevision, alert, and prevention through a constant analysis of new social-economical tendencies, cultural and political, contributing to the definition and dealing of problems that affect the social welfare of communities, regions, and our country and world.
  • To promote college social programs among the college community so that it becomes an institution of local actions that supports activities for its development, integrating both its actions and resources.
  • To comply with other functions under the constitution and law.
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Cesar Vallejo College is a licensed institution by the Commission for Independent Education of the Florida Education Department. For additional information about this institution, please contact the Commission for Independent Education at 325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414, Tallahassee, FL 32399 Toll Free (888) 224-6684.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of Cesar Vallejo College is comprised of the following members:

César Acuña Peralta

Chairman of the Board

César Acuña Nunez



César Acuña Nunez


Ana María Escobal


Vladimir Velasquez


Harold Terrones


Javier Díaz


Juan Manuel Pacheco, President of CVC and Mrs. Maria Isabel Najera President of PBS have signed an affiliation agreement between both institutions.

This affiliation agreement facilitates the transfer of credits from PBS to CVC that will allow PBS graduates to pursue an equivalent Bachelors’s degree in the USA. The transfer of credits makes it feasible and convenient for PBS students to graduate from a US higher education institution.

This affiliation agreement represents the recognition and endorsement by CVC of the academic quality and relevance of PBS undergraduate programs.

Strategic Alliances

Cesar Vallejo College and the Universidad Cesar Vallejo have formally started in July of 2020 the EQUAA (Education Quality Assurance Agency) institutional accreditation process in July of 2020.

EQUAA has established world-class academic quality standards that includes best practices in the management and operation of educational institutions primarily business schools. Schools of business of the caliber of the University of Miami Herbert School of Business, Riga Technical University and Montpellier Business School and Universidad Iberoamericana have been successfully accredited by EQUAA.

The EQUAA quality seal is recognized throughout the American continent and is one of the 4 most important accreditations for business schools.


The process of hominization is developed by the incorporation of values; therefore, every educational action requires an axiological foundation whose sets of values respond to the formation of an individual.

Comprehensive training starts at home and is consolidated in the process of socialization. Education at all levels strengthens home education, continuing this process through college level.

Cesar Vallejo College considers the integration of all value dimensions so that their forging to the educational model enables the achievement of comprehensive training.

The college conceives a set of values that are part of its axiological frame as follows:

Social Responsibility

Santiago Nuñez