National SCUAA 2015 February 8-15, 2015 8:30 a.m. Cagayan Sports Complex
Search for Mr. & Ms. SCUAA National February 9, 2015 7:00 p.m. CSU Andrews Campus
UNIVERSITY MEET, Nov. 17-19 at CSU Carig Campus Tuguegarao City
RDET STRATEGIC PLANNING WORKSHOP, Nov. 13-14, Kangaroo Resort, Gonzaga, Cagayan
REGIONAL SCUAA OLYMPICS, Dec. 4-7, Batanes State College
SCUAA NATIONAL OLYMPICS, Feb. 8-15, 2015, CSU Tuguegarao
CSU BOARD OF REGENTS MEETING, Dec. 11, CHED National Office Manila
In its desire to preserve and promote the Cagayano culture, the Cagayan State University-Carig Campus is set to re-open the Panaddamman Museum in a soft launching on Jan. 28.
The re-launching of the museum was the brainchild of the University President Dr. Romeo R. Quilang and Carig Campus Executive Officer Dr. Archimedes C. Articulo.READ MORE
CSU President Dr. Romeo R. Quilang has given his blessing to the participation of 15 officials, faculty members, administrative personnel and students as members of the Coro De San Jacinto, one of the choirs selected to sing during the pontifical mass at the Quirino Grandstand on Jan. 18, fourth day of the pastoral and state visit of His Holiness Pope Francis to the Philippines.
The President issued on Dec. 8 a special order authorizing the involvement of the Coro members in the general rehearsals and papal mass from January 16-19 in Manila.READ MORE
The members of the Administrative Personnel Association (APA) elected a new president and a set of officers at a general membership meeting on Dec. 23.
Ms. Rachel Miguel, university training officer, was elected president at the CSU Andrews gymnasium as provided for by the APA constitution and by-laws.READ MORE
The University welcomed the new year with yet another good news.
The team that it sent to the Philippine Science Consortium (PSC) Quiz Bee held at the Ifugao State University on Jan. 7-8 placed overall 2nd runner-up among 27 competing State Universities and Colleges (SUCs).
Trained under the guidance of heavyweights in the academe, the members included Bryan Arugay and Jemimah Gabayan for Biology; Ernesto Carcasona Jr. and Kenneth Pedromar for Chemistry; Edison Espadilla and Rodolfo del Rosario for Physics; and Bill Aganus and Mark Luyun for Mathematics.READ MORE
CSU President Dr. Romeo R. Quilang led the celebration of Christmas in a simple gathering held at the CSU Andrews Gymnasium on Dec. 19.
In his short message, President Quilang said that 2014 had been a very fruitful year for CSU.
He then enumerated some of the worth mentioning accomplishments of the University especially along the areas of research and accreditation efforts.READ MORE
On December 7, 2014, 5 of the key officials of Tarlac State University came to CSU and met with President Romeo R. Quilang who shared some best practices of the University along instruction, research, extension, general administration and services, and support to operations.
Other officials of the University joined the president in welcoming the officials. Included were Vice President Dr. Jose Guzman, Chief Administrative Officer Atty. Honorato Carag, University Extension Director Prof. Eladia Salabaoan, Executive Assistant to the President Dr. Adelgundo Agaloos and University Planning Director Mr. Ian Roger Francisco.READ MORE
CSU welcomed 13 students from Vietnam who are enrolled in the PhD in English Language Education program of the University with a simple lunch and program on January 7, 2015.
CSU President Dr. Romeo R. Quilang said, in his message, CSU is very honored to accept the students in the campus and promised that the administration will do all it can to make sure their stay in the University will be very enriching and fruitful.READ MORE
Cagayan State University brought home trophies and medals from the 2014 National Philippine Association of Schools, Universities and Colleges (PASUC)- Literary and Socio-Cultural Festival held at Mindanao University of Science and Technology, Cagayan de Oro City on Dec. 10-12, 2014.
CSU Andrews ethnic dancers with coach, Mr. Vincent Kier Dammay, champed the indigenous dance competition, leaving 13 other regions behind. The group, which consisted of 10 male dancers, interpreted the "Uya-uy," a local literature originating from the Cordilleras. Another Andrews-team bagged 4th runner up in the folk dance competition. Six pairs in a traditional baro't saya exhibited grace and class as they jazzed with their partners in the "karatong" dance. "READ MORE
Two researchers from Cagayan State University at Lal-lo presented their research at the 1st International Pigeonpea Congress held at Teatro Ilocandia in Mariano Marcos State University on Dec. 16-18, 2014.
Prof. Rogelio T. Tamayo, campus executive officer of CSU Lal-lo, and Mr. Ferdinand Bulusan from the College of Teacher Education shared the results of their study titled "Pigeonpea Growing: Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices of Farmers in Northern Philippines."
According to them, the results of their study become a basis for the creation of a technology-transfer program of the campus regarding pigeonpea growing.READ MORE
Name it- poise, elegance and supremacy, CSUans have it all.
Cagayan State University (CSU) once again proved its dominion during the Regional SCUAA Dancesports battle held at Isabela State University (ISU), Echague Campus, on December 14, 2014.
The intense and perfect chemistry of Josah Langcay, CHIM student and Mr. Aldrine Pataray of CTE, both from Andrews Campus outshined other schools after announced Champion in the Latin Category.
Another pair from Carig Campus landed 2nd runner up in the same category in the guise of Sunshine Aquino and Paul John Macanang, both from the College of Human Kinetics (CHK).
The Cagayan State University-Carig Campus in cooperation with the United Philippines Against Corruption (UPAC) conducted a forum on Kabataan Kontra Korapsyon (KKK) with the theme, "Huwag Kang Magnakaw" at the CICS Conference Room, Nov. 27.
All student leaders from the different colleges and student organizations of CSU-Carig and other interested students attended the seminar.
Campus Student Governor Jervis Paul Canonio, welcomed the guests and participants, followed by a message from Mr. Ronnel Alcasoda, university student government president, who emphasized the prevalence of corruption in the society and its solutions.READ MORE
The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) is known to us as the cash assistance the government gives to indigent families in the Philippines. Normally, we see them as "just' recipients of the amount the government distributes to be allotted for their family's food and health and for their children's education.
But Cagayan State University at Piat does not see them as "people who wait for the cash assistance." The campus sees them as partners in development.
This is through the "Earn While You Learn" which Dr. Vicente S. Binasoy Jr., campus director for External Affairs, designed to empower the 4Ps beneficiaries.READ MORE
Officials of CSU met with the executives of an information technology company engaged in information management system at CSU Carig on Nov. 18 for a short orientation on the company's products and services.
The team led by CSU President Dr. Romeo R. Quilang and the campus executive officers witnessed a short presentation of Mr. Sid C. Padpad, general manager of Web Code IT Solutions, and Mr. Elias Inez, vice president for sales and marketing of Infinite Power Solutions, Inc., on their company's "Integrated School Management Solutions and Personnel Management, Attendance and Payroll Solutions" (ISMSPMAPS) service.READ MORE
The Research and Development, Extension and Training Office (RDET) of the Cagayan State University is all set for the First Association of State College and Universities - Solid North (ASCU-SN) Research and Innovation Conference to be held on Dec. 4-5 at Ivory Hotel and Suites, Buntun, Tuguegarao City.
Themed as "Sustaining Excellence in ASCU in the Solid North Through Multi-Disciplinary Research and Innovations," the conference aims to present and disseminate research and development outputs for utilization and commercialization.READ MORE
CSU's mantra 'Educating for the Best' became a living legacy when two CSU-Andrews graduates landed in the top 10 list of passers of the August 17, 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).
The result was announced by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) on Oct. 27, 2014.
A total of 25,301 elementary teachers out of 70,786 examinees (35.74 percent) and 26,767 secondary teachers out of 77,803 examinees (34.40 percent) passed the exam.READ MORE