Objective: Stakeholders play an important role in generating criteria that will identify variables in evaluating nursing education. This brief report focuses on stakeholder’s involvement in perceiving and formulation of quality framework s in nursing education which is conducted in one of the state universities in the Philippines that offers a nursing program. Methods: Survey questionnaires, Focus Group Discussion (FGD) working papers, rubrics of responsiveness were used among 410 involved participants to identify the contributing factors towards stakeholder’s quality framework in nursing education. Content analysis was utilized for its qualitative results and simple frequencies and averages were applied for its quantitative descriptions. Results: Results showed that stakeholders defined quality education utilizing resources, practices, and outcomes with 7 elements namely: 1) Administration, 2) Curriculum and instructions, 3) Faculty, 4) facilities, 5) Student services, 6) Research and 7) Community extension. For the perspectives, meanings, and values of stakeholders’ revealed difference when it comes to limitations in achieving goals but participants believed that nursing education is the production of a system for its input-process-output model. It also showed that provision of quality education and services pertaining to community development matters in terms of attaining institutional goals. Conclusion: These findings likewise contribute to the definition of stakeholder’s quality framework that affects the delivery of nursing education which contains bearing when it comes to attaining its institutional goals, vision, and mission.