This study aimed at evaluating the English Language Program-instruction, faculty, administrative support, an student performance-- at West Visayas State University main campus. The survey research, more specifically, the evaluate research was, employed in the study. To gather the data needed for the study, the researcher utilized researcher-made data- gathering instruments--Faculty Information Sheet and Rating Scales on Instruction (Instructional Material and Methods/Strategies) and Administrative Support (Scholarship/Fellowship Training, Leave Privileges, Incentives and Other Privileges, Merits and Awards, and Wellness and Physical Well Being). The students' performance in Eng 101, Eng 102, Eng 103, and Eng 104 were obtained from the Registar's Office of the University. Frequency counts percentages, ranks, and means were employed in the analysis of the obtained data. Study results revealed the following: (1) the teachers' evaluation of instructional materials/ tools/teaching aids as to frequency of use-visual "used-highly', audio "use-fairly", and audio visual "used-fairly"; as to adequacy, all (visual, audio, and audio visual) were "adequate" and relevant; (2) the strategies/methods/approaches/techniques were evaluated "employed highly", "relevant", appropriate, and timely; the English language teachers have relevant academic degree--generally taken from the West Visayas. Majority had 10 years teaching experience, had more than 10 seminars/trainings attented and expert services, both English and non-English-related, and had "outstanding" teaching performance; (4) administrative support was found available and utilized to a "high extent"; and (5) students' performance in English 101 and English 102 were "satisfactory" while their performance in English 103 and 104 were " very satisfactory". Positive and not significant relationships were noted between the teachers' assessment of the instructional materials/tools/teaching aids and teaching performance; between their assessment of the of the strategies/methods/approaches/ teaching techniques and teaching performance; between their assessment of the strategies/method/approaches/teaching techniques and student performance; between their Assessment of the administrative support and teaching performance; between their assessment of the administrative support and student performance; and between teaching performance and student performance.