Two faculty members of the Cagayan State University bagged awards during the Philippine Science Consortium (PSC) National Joint Research Congress for Faculty and Students and Seminar Workshop on Manuscript Writing In Publishable Format held at the University of Northern Philippines, Vigan City on Aug.12-14.
Engr. Erwin C. Torio snatched the best paper award when he got the nod of the judges who reviewed his study for the life science-basic non-experimental category.READ MORE
Seven programs of the Cagayan State University at Sanchez Mira Campus underwent an accreditation visit for Level 1 by the Accrediting Agency for Chartered Universities and Colleges in the Philippines (AACCUP) on July 28-31, 2015.
These programs included Bachelor of Elementary Education, Bachelor of Secondary Education, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Crop and Animal Science), Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Bachelor of Science in Business Management, Bachelor of Science in Criminology, and Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Industry Management.READ MORE
Cagayan State University is in partnership with the Cagayan Valley Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CVRDRRMC) and the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) for the National Disaster Consciousness Month celebration and observance.
One of the highlights of the month long celebration is the "Disaster Risk Reduction Management Caravan" sponsored by CVRDRRMC and hosted by CSU Andrews Campus on July 30, 2015 held at the university gymnasium. The 1-day caravan aims to enhance the awareness of students, professors and staff of the university in disaster risk reduction and management.READ MORE
The Cagayan State University is seeking applications for the vacant positions at the CSU Board of Regents (BOR), the highest governing body of the University.
These positions, according to Dr. Roy Morgado, acting board secretary, include two private sector representatives (PSR) vacated by Mr. Ramon Tumaru Jr. and Mr. Juanito De Asis and one alumni representative left by Mr. Cesar Mabbagu.READ MORE
As part of its strategy for gender mainstreaming, the Cagayan State University held a forum and workshop on gender issues at the CSU Andrews Amphitheater on July 24.
The activity aimed to generate a baseline data on office/school-based gender problems encountered by students, faculty members and administrative staff.READ MORE
Twenty-eight programs of Cagayan State University have been awarded by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) a certificate of program compliance after a series of evaluation and accreditation visits done starting last year.
Granted a certification to operate, the programs include Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication, Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Commercial Communication, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Bachelor of Science in Physics, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Bachelor of Arts in English, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, and Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering.READ MORE
Over 4,000 Malauegs flocked in the municipal gymnasium during the second wave of the People's Caravan: Operation Blessing on July 3, 2015 in Rizal, Cagayan.
Department of Agriculture (DA), Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), PhilHealth, Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), Department of Health (DOH), Cagayan Police Provincial Office (CPPO), Philippine National Police - Region 02 (PNP-R02) and PNP Rizal, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and the Order of the Amaranth, an NGO, joined Cagayan State University(CSU) in extending their services to the Indigenous Malauegs and Agtas.READ MORE
Total enrollment at Cagayan State University rose again this year and now stands at 40,324, based on the data recorded by the University's Management Information System Office as of July 22, 2015.
There is an increase universitywide of 1,898 students or 4.94 percent, over last year's first semester digit, 38,426.
Carig Campus topped the enrollment at 11,685, yielding an increase of 652 students over last year's enrollment count.READ MORE
The University recognizes the need for the integration of Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) into its curricula as provided for in the Commission on Higher Education's Memorandum Order No. 46 titled "Policy Standard to Enhance Quality Assurance (QA) In Philippine Higher Education through Outcomes-Based and Typology-Based QA."
To address this need, the Academic Affairs Office (AAO) conducted a seminar-workshop on OBE syllabi writing for the curriculum planners and developers of the University on June 23-24, 2015 at the CSU Andrews Amphitheater.READ MORE
Over 4,000 Malauegs flocked in the municipal gymnasium during the second wave of the People;s Caravan: Operation Blessing on July 3, 2015 in Rizal, Cagayan.
The program was initiated under the One College, One Municipality program of the University where each Campus is tasked to act as liaison of the municipality under its service area in bringing government services to the people.READ MORE
There's this oxymoron which says: "People have one thing in common: they are all different." Yet, someone in Cagayan State University proves to be much different that he stands tall among his colleagues.
A multi - awarded professional in his field of specialization, he has emerged as the person to beat in terms of track record on quality performance in his trade and accolades received. That man is the one and only DR. JULIUS T. CAPILI, Dean of the College of Allied Health Sciences.READ MORE
The celebration of the 37th anniversary of Cagayan State University became even much merrier for over 500 employees of the University after the Finance Office released their Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI) on June 11, 2015.
The employees, who come from the eight campuses of CSU, received an incentive equivalent of one month pay, depending on their salary.READ MORE
CSU President Romeo R. Quilang, PhD sent 35 delegates to the New Accreditors' Training on Outcomes-Based Quality Assurance held at the Tarlac State University (TSU) on June 8-11, 2015.
This is part of the President's continuous support to the accreditation efforts of the University with the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities of the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP), the host institution and the agency that accredited CSU's 73 programs, 37 of which are awarded Candidate Status, 21 are Level I Accredited Status, and 15 with Level II Re-Accredited Status.READ MORE
A job hiring event was held at the CSU Andrews Amphitheater on June 11 to highlight the celebration of the Cagayan State University's 37th anniversary as a state university with the theme, "CSU Going World Class."
Participated in by at least 200 graduates of CSU, the activity started at 8 a.m. and ended before noon.READ MORE
The Cagayan State University celebrated its 37th founding anniversary as a state university on June 11 with the theme, "CSU at 37: Going World Class."
Celebration was done simultaneously in all eight campuses of the university with various fanfares.
In Tuguegarao where two of the biggest campuses are located, the celebration started with a parade from Carig to Andrews, CSU's main campus.READ MORE
On April 30, two students from Cagayan State University namely, Maricris Mendez of Andrews Campus and Clifford Jun Marcos Mape of Gonzaga Campus, were among the selected students for the region wide search for the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP).
Mendez, a graduate of legal management, and Mape, a secondary education graduate, were among those awarded with certificates in a ceremony held at Saint Paul University Philippines with Tuguegarao Archbishop Sergio Utleg, chair of the regional executive committee, as one of the two guests invited to speak before the awardees, their parents, coaches and friends, the other being lawyer Imee Rose Sinco-Gaspar, a TOSP recipient.READ MORE
The staff of CSU Andrews Campus, who are members of the Andrews Campus Administrative Personnel Association (ACAPA), proved that leisure and learning can be both most happily accomplished.
On April 21-24, the group did a bench marking of some of the best practices of their counterparts from the Southern Luzon State University (SLSU) at Lucban, Quezon, a dip at the hot springs of Pansol and a seminar on Violence Against Women and Children and Anti-Sexual Harassment Law.READ MORE
The Quality Management System of CSU Andrews was certified by Intertek to have conformed to the requirements of ISO 9001: 2008.
The system is applicable to the management of the quality aspects related to management office of administration and related support activities for CSU Andrews.
President Quilang received the Certificate of Registration during the April 10 Graduation Ceremony at Andrews Campus.READ MORE
The University conferred to the 6,323 graduates their respective degrees and titles in a solemn ceremony held in the different campuses on separate dates.
The number of graduates this year increased by 4.33% when compared to last year's 6,049.
CSU is blessed this year because it had no less than Senate President Franklin Drilon as guest speaker in the 37th Academic Convocation for the Conferment of Degrees and Titles at Carig Campus on April 8, 2015, 2 p.m., at the Red Eagle Gymnasium.READ MORE
CSU proved to be the leading law school in the region after it produced 8 new lawyers in this year's bar examination.
The University registered an institutional passing rate of 19.82% high above the 18.89 national passing percentage.READ MORE
The Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities (AACCUP) has awarded Level I accreditation status to eight programs of the university.
Five of these programs are offered in CSU Piat Campus. These are Bachelor of Elementary Education, Bachelor of Secondary Education majors in English, Mathematics, Social Science, Bachelor of Science in Criminology, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Bachelor of Science in Police Administration.READ MORE
The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) approved the trademark application of three products of the CSU Food Innovation Center (FIC) based in CSU Carig Campus.
These are 'Nutrients,' 'Nutron' and 'S-TART' or Seaweed Soybean Tart.
This is yet another significant accomplishment of Campus Executive Officer Dr. Archimedes C. Articulo, who acts as the overall coordinator of the center, CSU President Dr. Romeo R. Quilang, whose vision is to put up several centers in the university which integrate the four-fold mission of CSU: instruction, research, extension and production, and Science and Technology Regional Director Urduja Tejada, who has always been a strong supporter of CSU in many development projects, the latest of which is the Tuklas Lunas Development Center that was officially awarded by DOST in a ceremony in Manila last month.READ MORE
To show how significant science and technology is in the society, the Cagayan State University (CSU) and the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) partnered to bring together students, professionals and political leaders in one big event dubbed "Building Science Tour 2015" on March 24, 2015.
Organizers put up numerous events for the activity held at the Red Eagle Gymnasium packed by students, teachers and officials in yellow shirts from Carig and Andrews Campuses.READ MORE
The College of Industrial Technology (CIT) in Carig hosted two big events in March as part of its continuous efforts to make learning and teaching meaningful and fun.
The first was the Olympics Skills and Trade Fair on March 10 with judges coming from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and experts from other academic institutions.READ MORE
Jumping from number 19 out of 22 schools in the 2014 regional tactical inspection, CSU Carig Campus set a record after it placed 1st runner up in this year's Regional Annual Administrative and Tactical Inspection (RAATI).
With full support coming from the University President, Dr. Romeo R. Quilang, and the Campus Executive Officer Dr. Archimedes C. Articulo, through his National Service Training Program Coordinator, Mrs. Elma V. Gismundo, the campus outshined the other 17 private and public schools that participated in the annual competition.READ MORE
Catholics at CSU Andrews Campus observed Ash Wednesday on Feb. 18 by joining a Eucharistic Celebration where they had ash placed on their foreheads to indicate their participation in the 40-day season of Lent.
Students, faculty members, administrative personnel and officials gathered at the Andrews Gymnasium to hear mass at 9 a.m. organized by the Office of Student Services and Welfare. The participants attending the mass presided over by Fr. Ferdinand Baculi of the St. Peter's Metropolitan Cathedral Parish had their foreheads placed with ash to remind them of their origin and destiny and the call for repentance.READ MORE
National Capital Region (NCR) captured the overall championship anew at the closing of the National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) 2015 Olympics Friday at the Cagayan Sports Complex in Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.
Flaunting their supremacy in 15 of 39 events, NCR players snatched a total of 101 gold medals on top of 67 silvers and 37 bronzes in the six-day competition among top student athletes from 16 regions of the country.
To extend domination of the SCUAA Olympics, the champion region turned back Region 3 (Central Luzon) and Region 4 (Southern Tagalog), who finished 2nd place with 63 golds, 60 silvers and 66 bronzes, and 3rd place with 42 golds, 58 silvers, and 59 bronzes, respectively.READ MORE
The dancers of the National Capital Region, a four-time holder of dance sports tilt of the National SCUAA Olympics, romped away with the championship trophy for both Latin American (LA) and Standard American (SA) categories of yesterday's dance sports competition held at the Peoples' Gymnasium.
For LA category which includes Jive, Cha Cha Cha, and Rumba, judges declared Rizal Technological University (RTU) dancers Benjamin Legaspi and Rochelle Canoy as the best among 25 pairs who took the dance floor to show off their dance prowess.READ MORE
About 9,000 dancers of the Cagayan State University wowed the audience at the opening of the National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) 2015 Olympics yesterday at the Cagayan Sports Complex.
The group made up of basic physical education students enrolled in Carig and Andrews campuses performed after several rehearsals organized by Mr. Kier Vincent Dammay, the artistic director, and Dr. Chita Ramos, dean of the College of Human Kinetics.READ MORE
Known for its pancit batil patong and its Cagayan River, the longest and the largest river in the archipelago, Tuguegarao City has once more been put in the national map as it hosts the National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) 2015 Olympic Games, which formally opened today at the newly refurbished Cagayan Sports Complex with Cagayan State University as host.READ MORE
Pasig City Lone District Rep. Roman Romulo led today the opening rites of the week-long National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) 2015 Olympic Games jointly staged by the Cagayan State University, provincial government of Cagayan and local government of Tuguegarao City.
Speaking before those who packed the Cagayan Sports Complex, one of the two main venues of the sportsfest - the other being the CSU Carig Campus, Romulo said the Olympics is an important event not only for the athletes but also for the country.READ MORE
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has declared the Cagayan State University as the official Tuklas Lunas Development Center (TLDC) of the Cagayan Valley Region after passing the evaluation process carried out by the department's Philippine Center for Health Research and Development (PCHRD).
Vice President for Research and Development Dr. Jose Guzman said CSU will receive from DOST-PCHRD P13 million worth of research equipment in a ceremony set on March 17, 2015.READ MORE
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
|Read the 'SCUAA Updates' for stories about the National SCUAA Olympics 2015 on Feb. 08-14 at the Cagayan Sports Complex and CSU Carig - Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.