By Office of the University President | Posted on May 3, 2024

In a significant development, OIC Arthur Ibañez recently convened an expanded Executive and Management committee meeting at the CSU Sanchez Mira Nagbaranganan Site. Acknowledging the efforts of CEO Rodel Alegado in preparing the venue, President Ibañez’s directive in March to fast-track the connection of electricity at the Nagbaranganan Site came to fruition just in time for the expanded Execom Mancom Meeting.

While Execom Mancom meetings typically involve Vice Presidents and CEOs exclusively, OIC Ibañez recognized the value of including University Directors and University and College Deans in this meeting. Emphasizing the importance of junior officials in contributing to administrative problem-solving, he highlighted the significance of exposing them to executive and management committee meetings as a training ground for future higher administrative positions.

With several high-ranking university officials expected to retire in the coming years, OIC Ibañez entrusts the future of the university to junior officials and encouraged their active participation in execom mancom meetings.

During the meeting, OIC Ibañez directed Vice Presidents and CEOs to visit all campuses and extension sites, with a special focus on the Calayan Campus, an island campus that often goes overlooked. He further emphasized the importance of expanding the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) and urged Deans to submit proposals for the same.

He also tasked the Deans with completing the necessary documentary requirements for the issuance of Certificates of Program Compliance (COPC) for select graduate and undergraduate programs, with all expenses covered by the university. Additionally, he encouraged the Deans to strategize ways to enhance their performance, particularly in board exams.

To bolster the deliverables of campuses and colleges, OIC Ibañez pledged to provide two duplicating machines, 200,000 pesos worth of books for the Piat campus, a university-funded COPC writeshop, and laboratory equipment. He also unveiled a macro development plan for the CSU SM Nagbaranganan Site, focusing on integrating agriculture and tourism components to establish farm areas for production and student research laboratories.

OIC Ibañez’s steadfast commitment to empowering junior officials and outlining priorities for the coming months underscores his dedication to the development and growth of the Cagayan State University. With a strategic vision and emphasis on inclusivity, the university is well-positioned for continued success and progress in the future.

Looking ahead, the OIC announced plans for the next Expanded Execom and Mancom meeting to be hosted at the CSU Aparri Campus.

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