All its colleges in eight campuses-Aparri, Carig, Andrews, Lasam, Lal-lo, Sanchez Mira, Piat and Gonzaga-will start classes yet in August effective School Year 2016-2017.
Employees of the Cagayan State University are entitled to receive their Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) for 2015 due to the collective exemplary performance of the institution along good governance conditions and its four major final outputs: higher education services, advanced education services, research services and extension and training services.
The successful passers are Engr. Aiza M. Bulaon, Engr. Dave Michael C. Antolin, Engr. Marlo Arvin Bon Galapon, Engr. James Russell C. Reyes, Engr. Daniel A. Galla, Engr. Reymar C. Buquel, Engr. Kevin Allen C. Calagui, Engr. John Paul T. Vijandre, Engr. Mack Earl Johnlery C. Baranda, and Engr. Regie Palattao.
They are Cheryl Moana Marie Aquino, a legal management graduate of CSU Andrews Campus, and Jenerwin Columna, a secondary education graduate of CSU Lal-lo Campus.
The new CSU Athena lawyers are Atty. April Rose Banatao, Atty. Julius Busway, Atty. Sofia Enriquez-Matote, Atty. John Vincent Ferrer, Atty. Maria Paula Gaspar, Atty. Atty. Monchito Matias, Atty. Marvin Pascua, Atty. Jefferson Sto. Tomas and Atty. Tshaine Taguinod-Maggay.
According to the Professional Regulations Commission's (PRC) website, www.prc.gov.ph, the list of passers which was released on April 15 included the names Engr. Daryl Jake M. Soriano and Engr. Cristian B. Cudal.
Dr. Caridad Ibuna, chair of the technical teacher education department of the College of Teacher Education, announced today that 32 students doing a Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education major in food service management passed the assessment for National Certificate (NC) II for Bread and Pastry Production.
Twelve graduates of Cagayan State University College of Medicine and Surgery (CSU-CMS) successfully passed the March 2016 licensure examination for physicians, giving CSU 108.08 (50%-institutional passing percentage/46.26%-national passing percentage) accomplishment rate.
The new doctors are Jennifer P. Aglugub, Carla S. Barsabal, Iverson S. Cruz, Jessa Mea U. Domingo, Rachelle O. Enolva, Rene J. Gonzaga, Christian Vion B. Guzman, Anna Joy A. Maraggun, Manuel J. Molina Jr., Domingo T. Pamittan Jr., Bernadette E. Soriano, and Ronette P. Ibuna.
Cagayan State University being at the frontline of service recognizes the role of communication in development by providing relevant information that suits the needs of its service communities. Concretizing efforts to democratize communication for development in the municipality, the Rebranding and Reprogramming Project of CSU-Gonzaga Campus was given birth.
A Memorandum of Agreement was forged between Cagayan State University Gonzaga Campus (DWTG License holder) and the Local Government Unit of Gonzaga to seal their commitment in managing and sustaining the community radio in town, the DWTG 102.5 Mhz FM - Tangguyob ti Gonzaga.
They are Windel P. Cancejo, Mariel Castillo, Shally Marck C. Daguiao, Regime P. Galasinao, Jose Marie M. Liban and Janet M. Tunque.
The administration of CSU has released today a list of vacant positions as of March 31, 2016 in five of its campuses.
Of the number, three will receive magna cum laude. They are
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) designated Dr. Mariden V. Cauilan, vice president for academic affairs, as the Officer In-Charge (OIC) of the Office of the University President of Cagayan State University.
In a special order issued on Feb. 22, 2016, CHED Chair Patricia Licuanan ordered the designation of Dr. Cauilan "in accordance to Board Resolution No. 01, series of 2016 effective February 23, 2016 until March 24, 2016."READ MORE
In the interest of transparency and accountability, the Cagayan State University held a budget consultation with the internal and external stakeholders of the school on March 2, 2016 at CSU Andrews Conference Hall.
Dr. Mariden V. Cauilan, vice president for academic affairs and officer in-charge of the Office of the University President, led the consultation hosted by the University Planning and Development Office and the University Budget Office.READ MORE
In order to give the quality education that students deserve, 10 programs coming from the different colleges of Cagayan State University (CSU) will undergo Level III Re-Accreditation of the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) this year.
The ten programs are Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication, Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology of CSU Carig Campus, Bachelor in Elementary Education and Bachelor in Secondary Education of CSU Andrews Campus, Bachelor of Science in Fisheries of CSU Aparri, and Bachelor of Science in Agriculture of CSU Piat.READ MORE
As the current school year draws to a close, the College of Allied Health Sciences of Cagayan State University has once more asserted her dominance over big Colleges and Universities in Northern Luzon as it copped three awards during the 10th SANDUGO Recognition and Awarding Ceremonies held at the Crown Pavilion, Tuguegarao City last March 11, 2016.READ MORE
This developed after it recorded a 100 percent passing rate (53 takers over 53 passers), sharing the same spot with Adventist University of the Philippines and University of Baguio.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.