This investigation aims to recognize the factors affecting the academic performance among hospitality students of Saint Michael College of Caraga (S.Y. 2018- 2019). This study employed a descriptive method design. There were 122 hospitality students from the College of Tourism Hospitality Business and Management selected using convenience sampling. A modified survey questionnaire was utilized to gather data. The said questionnaire was subjected to pilot testing. Four types of factors such student-related with a mean 3.31, school-related has 3.24, home-related has 3.30, and teacher-related factor has 3.29 observed to have the varying extent of the effect on the academic performance of hospitality student. Likewise, the GPA of the hospitality student showed the varying extent of influence on their academic performance. A significant relationship between these factors and academic performance among hospitality students, as indicated by decisions and conclusions are the same. Whereas, factors that mostly affect the academic performance among hospitality students were observed on the extent of Teacher-Related factor as indicated by a t-value of 0.4; p-value: .52. The identified Teacher-Related factor mostly affects the academic performance of a hospitality student. This finding is significant as it can be used by school administrators and teachers alike as a basis in designing and implementing an intervention program geared towards improved academic performance among hospitality students.