Bulacan State University

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Bulacan State University
"Pambansang Pamantasan ng Bulacan"
Bulacan State University logo.png
Established 1904
Type State University
Endowment PHP 200 million (US$4.57 million) from Department of Budget and Management,
almost PHP 5 million (US$0.11 million) from Parents Teachers Community Association
President Dr. Mariano C. De Jesus
Regular Chairman
& Presiding Officer
(Board of Regent)
Hon. Nona S. Ricafort
(Chairman, CHED)
Academic staff
388 full-time permanent faculty,
457 part-time faculty
Administrative staff
89 regular non-faculty personnel,
135 employees-by-job-order
Students about 31,000 - 35,000
Location Malolos, Bulacan,
 Philippines
Campus Main: Malolos
Satellites: Bustos;
Sarmiento (San Jose del Monte);
Meneses (Bulakan);
Hagonoy;
Pulilan &
Hong Kong
University Hymn BSU Hymn and BSU March
Colors Cardinal Red & Gold         
Athletics State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association - SUC III (Olympics), CIRPS DC-SUC III, Women's National Collegiate Athletic Association (WNCAA), SCU Faculty Association of Region 3 (SCUFAR 3), Central Luzon Association of School Sports Invitational Championship (CLASSIC), United Central Luzon Athletic Association (UCLAA)
Nickname "BulSU" (also known as "BSU")
former: BTS, BNTS, BNSAT, BSAT, BCAT
Affiliations AACCUP, Inc. , CIRPS DC-SUC III, Luzon Science Consortium
Website Bulacan State University Official Website
Bulacan State University Hong Kong Campus

Bulacan State University is a state-funded institution of higher learning established in 1904 by virtue of Act 74 of the Philippine Commission of 1901 as an intermediate school set up by the American regime. It was converted into a chartered state university in 1993 by virtue of Republic Act 7665. Its main campus is located in City of Malolos, Bulacan province, Philippines. It has four satellite campuses in the province (Bustos Campus in Bustos, Sarmiento campus in San Jose del Monte, Meneses campus in Bulakan, Hagonoy and Pulilan Campus in Pulilan). It also has an international campus in Hong Kong that offers graduate and collegiate degree courses.

The university is mandated to provide higher professional/technical training and promote research, advanced studies and progressive leadership. It has been identified by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) as one of the Center for Excellence and Development institutions in the country[1] and one of the Training Centers nationwide for teachers pursuing education in areas beyond their specialization.[2]

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Campuses[edit]

Main Campus[edit]

The university main gate along MacArthur Highway. The university allowed its donated lots to be leased for commercial use to Graceland Mall

Satellite Campuses[edit]

International Campus[edit]

University Institutions[edit]

Bahay-Saliksikan ng Bulacan (Center for Bulacan Studies)[edit]

The university's Bahay-Saliksikan ng Bulacan was established on November 24, 1997 by the Samahang Pangkasaysayan ng Bulacan, Inc. (Historical Association of Bulacan, Inc.) with the help of Bulacanese scholars including Jose PW Tantoco and Jaime B. Veneracio of the University of the Philippines, Diliman, to collect, promote, study, and research Bulacan's rich and diverse history, culture, environment, and anything there is that might concern the province, that would help enforce or create public policies and programs for either the Province of Bulacan or the Republic of the Philippines. It is funded by the Provincial Government of Bulacan and, since 2004, listed by the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (Commission on the Filipino Language) as a Pambansang Alagad ng Wika (National Authority on the Filipino Language) province.

Bulacan State University Hong Kong Campus (International Program Courses)[edit]

Established in 2003, by virtue of a Memorandum of Agreement signed between the Bulacan State University and Hong Kong Lifelong Education Organization (HKLEO), the Bulacan State University (Hong Kong Campus) was institutionalized.

The Hong Kong Campus was accredited and recognized by Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc., International Association of Universities (IAU) and the Ministry of Education in China.

Smart - BulSU Wireless Laboratory[edit]

To promote and upgrade the quality of engineering education, Bulacan State University partnered with Smart Communications, Inc. under the Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program (SWEEP), a first-of-its-kind industry-academe partnership in the country that seeks to improve the level of technology and engineering education of the country, particularly in the field of Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE). SWEEP was launched on March 28, 2003, with the inauguration of the first wireless laboratory at the Bulacan State University.[3]

Mechatronics Engineering - Automation Research and Training (MEE-ART) Center[edit]

The faculty of the College of Engineering now train technicians and engineers sent by local industries as well as visiting faculty and senior students from universities in the various regions of the country. Claiming industrial-type equipment and overseas-trained instructors, the University, through its Mechatronics Engineering - Automation Research and Training (MEE-ART) Center, offers short-term training courses in basic and advanced pneumatics, industrial automation, mechatronics, electro-pneumatics and programmable logic control.

Institute of Local Government Administration[edit]

The Institute of Local Government Administration is the primary extension agency of BulSU. Created in 1995 in partnership with the Local Government Academy of the Department of Interior and Local Government and the provincial government of Bulacan, the Institute actively promotes the knowledge, skills attitudes and values that make for effective, efficient, responsive and service-oriented local governance in the cities and the countryside.

Programs/Projects and Services Provided[edit]

  • Continuing Education
  • Technology Transfer/Consultancy
  • Technology Job Information/Placement
  • Communications Media
  • Local Government Capability Building Program
  • Integrated Capability Building Program
  • Technology of Participation (ToP 1 and ToP 2)
  • Building Customer Service Skills
  • Action Planning Workshop
  • Public Service Excellence Program
  • Planning and Budgeting Workshop
  • Barangay Executive Training
  • Continuing Cooperative Training
  • Opinion Poll Survey
  • Moral Leadership and Peak Performance
  • Barangay Justice Service System
  • Codification of Ordinance

DOST - BulSU Food Testing Laboratory[edit]

Food Testing Services[edit]

  • Microbiological Tests
    • Water Potability
    • Total Aerobic Bacteria
    • Total Coliform
    • Total Yeasts and Molds
    • E. Coli Detection
  • Physico-Chemical Tests
    • Moisture Content
    • Crude Fat Content
    • Ash (Mineral) Content
    • Titratable Acidity
    • pH Determnination
  • Shelf-Life Testing

CHED - DepED Teacher Training Center[edit]

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has chosen the College of Education to be one of the training centers nationwide for teachers who want to be educated in areas beyond their specialization. As one of the 85 training centers all over the country chosen by CHED. Teachers in Central Luzon Region under the Department of Education underwent training for a certificate program.

Certified Programs[edit]

  • Filipino
    • Panunuring Panglinggwistika
    • Istrukturang Filipino at Isyung Pangwika
    • Panunuring Pampanitikan
    • Wika at Kultura sa Literatura ng iba't-ibang Rehiyon sa Pilipinas
  • MAPEH (Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health)
    • Fundamentals of Music
    • Applied Music
    • Asian Music
    • Fundamentals of Visual Arts
    • Introduction of Philippine and other Visual Arts
    • Foundation of Health Education, Population Education, and Environmental Health

Bulacan State University Language Center[edit]

Bulacan State University Language Center, located inside the Main (Malolos) campus, is an English language center, which works hand-in-hand with top universities in South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Mainland China.

Confucius Institute[edit]

In November, 2007, the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Hanban) signed an agreement with Bulacan State University to jointly establish a Confucius Institute. During the signing ceremony, it was confirmed that the Northwest University will be the Chinese partner of the Confucius Institute.

The Confucius Institute will offer various Chinese courses, conduct Chinese cultural activities and hold HSK examinations in the hope of meeting the demands of Filipinos for Chinese and strengthening communication and friendship between the two peoples.

The Chinese Language Council International is composed of members from 12 state ministries and commissions, namely, the General Office of the State Council, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Finance, the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the State Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Commerce, the Ministry of Culture, the State Administration of Radio Film and Television (China Radio International), the State Press and Publications Administration, the State Council Information Office and the State Language Committee . President of the Council is State Councilor Chen Zhili. Governed by the Council is the Office of Chinese Language Council International, known as “Hanban” for short.

Global Partners[edit]

Joint Institute

University Infrastructures, Buildings and Facilities[edit]

Main Campus[edit]

  • Rizal Monument, in honor of the National Hero, Jose P. Rizal
  • Alvarado Hall, houses College of Industrial Technology (CIT)
  • Academic Building, houses College of Nursing (CON) and College of Information and Communication Technology (CICT)
  • Activity Center, University covered court
  • Marcelo H. del Pilar|College of Law (COL) Building, the college was named after the great Bulakeño hero, Marcelo H. del Pilar
  • College of Home Economics (CHE) Building
  • Bulacan State University Hostel
  • Bulacan State University Restaurant
  • Bulacan State University Canteen
  • Bulacan State University Cashier's Office
  • Bulacan State University Registrar
  • Admission Office Building
  • College of Industrial Technology Shops
  • Students' Park
  • Carpio Hall, Laboratory High School (LHS) and DOST-BULSU Food Testing Laboratory
  • Roxas Hall, houses College of Education (CoEd)
  • Bulacan Heroes Park,
  • Natividad Hall, houses College of Engineering (CoE)
  • Athlete's Quarters, Academic Building E2, also houses College of Engineering, (colloquially known as Co-Eng)
  • Federizo Hall, also known as the Integrated Building, College of Science (CS), College of Arts and Letters (CAL), College of Architecture and Fine Arts (CAFA), Graduate School (GS)
  • Chess Institute Building, houses College of Physical Education and Recreational Sports (COPERS), the first chess institute in the Philippines
  • Student Government Office
  • ROTC Cadets Office
  • Flores Hall, also known as Administration Building
  • Valencia Hall, the University gymnasium
  • Confucius Institute, learning center of foreign language
  • APP Hall, houses College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (CSSP), College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE), College of Business Administration (CBA)

Colleges and Courses Offered[edit]

Colleges[edit]

  • Graduate School
  • College of Law
  • College of Architecture and Fine Arts
  • College of Arts and Letters
  • College of Business Administration
  • College of Criminal Justice Education
  • College of Education
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Home Economics
  • College of Industrial Technology
  • College of Information and Communications Technology
  • College of Nursing
  • College of Physical Education, Recreation and Sport
  • College of Science
  • College of Social Sciences and Philosophy
  • Laboratory High School [4]

Students Affairs[edit]

Students Population[edit]

The University has a student population of about 35,800 enrolled students, one of the largest state universities in the Philippines in terms of population/enrollment rate.

Majority of the students are Bulakenyo, but not only the Bulakenyos were studying at the University, but also many Kapampangan from Macabebe, Apalit, Masantol, San Simon, Santo Tomas, City of San Fernando, Candaba and other towns in the Province of Pampanga. There are also students coming from nearby cities of Metro Manila.

Student Services[edit]

  • Guidance Service
  • Health Services
  • Library Services
  • Student Organizations
  • Admission Service
  • Student Publications
  • Cultural Affairs
  • Student Scholarships
  • University Hostel[5]

Student Government[edit]

The Bulacan State University - Student Government (BSU-SG) provides a means for student participation in student governance in the University campuses. It assists in the protection of the rights and interests of the individual student and the student body and serves as an official voice through which students may express their opinions on issues affecting their welfare.

The Student Government operates and functions according to its constitution, resolution and ordinances.[6]

Student Organizations[edit]

The Office of Student Organizations is headed by a faculty member designed as Director for Student Organization who is responsible for the preparation of annual work plan of student organizations, their implementation, monitoring and evaluation. The Director also supervises the activities of student organizations in each college/campus/unit as prepared by the unit coordinator for student organizations.[7]

There are about 112 registered student organizations.

Student Publication[edit]

The BulSU Administration provides for optimum opportunities for the growth of campus journalism. The University shall provide opportunities that help develop responsible student publications pursuant to the constitutional mandate of freedom speech and press. All matters pertaining to student publication shall be subject to the laws of the land and the rules and regulations promulgated by the University.

Pacesetter is the official student publication of the university.

Scholarships[edit]

In the continuing effort to motivate students toward academic excellence, BSU grants scholarships free tuition/stipend to qualified and deserving students. The office of Scholarship and Financial Assistance helps undergraduate students reach the goal of graduation by providing financial assistance service. Through this office, the University provides scholarship grants and financial assistance to needy but deserving students.

Types of Scholarship[edit]

The types of scholarships and grants are (a) Institutional Scholarship, (b) Private Scholarship, (c) Barangay Scholarship, and (d) Financial Assistance. Any qualified student may only avail of one type of scholarship or assistance in any given semester.[8]

There are 82 Scholarship Providers for students.

Bulacan State University Basketball Men Notable Players[edit]

  • Romnick Mendoza (Transferred to JRU Heavy Bombers)
  • Alex Almario (Transferred to JRU Heavy Bombers)
  • Michael Mabulac (Transferred to JRU Heavy Bombers)
  • Marco Balagtas (Transferred to JRU Heavy Bombers)
  • Macky Haldos (Transferred to SSR Stags)
  • Earnest Efren Reyes (Plays for PBL Pharex)
  • Reynor Santor (Plays for NLEX Road Warriors)
  • Tong Maniego (Transferred to JRU Heavy Bombers)
  • Jason Santa Ana
  • Aaron Sanchez (notable UAE Point Guard)
  • Van Joseph Victor
  • Jeff Surio (Model, Mr. Philippines)
  • Geronimo Clemente (Head Coach of Bulacan Polythecnic College);
  • Jorelle Vega
  • Kirby Chan
  • Alden Mendoza (Part of 3 time SUCIII Champion)
  • Edwin Solocasa (Part of 3 time SUCIII Champion)
  • Daryl Alulod (Part of 3 time SUCIII Champion)
  • Rodelio Reyes (CLASSIC 2009 MVP)
  • Richard Barrientes
  • Dillon Alexander Alulod (2015 SucNationals Champions)
  • Kenneth Reyes (2015 SucNationals Champions)
  • Dominic Fajardo (2015 SucNationals Champions)
  • Paul Vincent Dela Cruz (2015 SucNationals Champions)

Courses Offered for this coming Academic Year 2014 - 2015[edit]

Main Campus[edit]

City of Malolos, Bulacan

Graduate programs[edit]

  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
    • MAE, major in Biology
    • MAE, major in Chemistry
    • MAE, major in Filipino
    • MAE, major in Social Studies
    • MAE, major in General Science
    • MAE, major in Mathematics
    • MAE, major in Physics
    • MAE, major in Curriculum and Instruction
    • MAE, major in Educational Management
    • MAE, major in Guidance and Counseling
    • MAE, major in Technology and Livelihood Education
    • MAE, major in Teaching in the Early Grades
    • MAE, major in Language Education

Engineering graduate programs[edit]

College of Engineering[edit]

  • MS Computer Engineering
  • MS Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • MS Mechanical Engineering
  • MS Information Technology
  • Master of Engineering Program (MEP)
    • MEP major in Computer Engineering
    • MEP major in Civil Engineering
    • MEP major in Electronics & Communication Engineering
    • MEP major in Mechanical Engineering

Hong Kong Campus[edit]

  • Doctor of Philosophy

College of Law[edit]

  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Juris Doctor [9]

Undergraduate programs[edit]

College of Architecture and Fine Arts[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Architecture
  • Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts
    • BFA - Advertising Arts
    • BFA - Visual Arts
    • BFA - Painting
    • Certification for Interior Designing [10]

College of Arts and Letters[edit]

  • Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication - Broadcasting
  • Bachelor of Arts in Theater Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
  • Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing/Malikhaing Pagsulat [11]

College of Business Administration[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
    • Business Administration - Management
    • Business Administration - Entrepreneurship
    • Business Administration - Marketing
  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy [12]

College of Education[edit]

  • Continuing Professional Teacher Education (CPTE)
  • Bachelor in Library and Information Science (BLIS)
  • Bachelor in Technical Teachers Education (BTTE) -
    • BTTE, major in Drafting Technology
    • BTTE, major in Food and Services Management
    • BTTE, major in Garment and Fashion Design
  • Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) -
    • BSEd, major in Biological Science
    • BSEd, major in Computer Education
    • BSEd, major in English
    • BSEd, major in Filipino
    • BSEd, major in Mathematics
    • BSEd, major in MAPEH
    • BSEd, major in Physical Science
    • BSEd, major in Social Studies
    • BSEd, major in Technology and Livelihood Education
  • Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd) -
    • BEEd, major in Generalist
    • BEEd, major in Pre-School [13]

College of Engineering[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in General Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Electronics & Communications Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering and Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics Engineering [14]

College of Home Economics[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Home Economics
    • BSHE - Food Production Entrepreneurship
    • BSHE - Beauty Culture and Hair Science
    • BSHE - Home Economics Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management [15]

College of Industrial Technology[edit]

  • Bachelor in Industrial Technology (BIT) -
    • BIT, major in Automotive Technology
    • BIT, major in Drafting Technology
    • BIT, major in Electrical Technology
    • BIT, major in Electronics and Communications Technology
    • BIT, major in Electronics and Instrumentation Technology
    • BIT, major in Electromechanical Process and Control Technology
    • BIT, major in Electrical Technology
    • BIT, major in Food Technology
    • BIT, major in Garments Technology
    • BIT, major in Industrial and Automation Technology
    • BIT, major in Machine Shop Technology
    • BIT, major in Mechatronics Technology
    • BIT, major in Refrigeration and Air-Con Technology
    • BIT, major in Welding Technology [16]

College of Information and Communications Technology[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor in Industrial Technology, major in Computer Technology [17]

College of Nursing[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Certification for Massage Therapy [18]

College of Science[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
    • BSM - Applied Statistics
    • BSM - Business Applications
    • BSM - Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Food Science [19]

College of Social Science and Philosophy[edit]

  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics
  • Bachelor of Science in Management Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Bachelor in Public Administration [20]

College of Criminal Justice Education[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Criminology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Legal Management [21]

College of Physical Education, Recreation & Sports[edit]

  • Bachelor in Physical Education
  • Bachelor in Sports Science
  • Certificate in Physical Education [22]

Laboratory High School[edit]

  • K-12 Education Curriculum
  • Secondary Education Curriculum [23]

Bustos Campus[edit]

Bustos, Bulacan

  • General Engineering
  • Bachelor in Industrial Technology (BIT) -
    • BIT, major in Automotive Technology
    • BIT, major in Computer Technology
    • BIT, major in Drafting Technology
    • BIT, major in Electronics Technology
    • BIT, major in Electrical Technology
    • BIT, major in Food Technology
    • BIT, major in Refrigeration and Air-Con Technology
  • Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) -
    • BSEd, major in English
    • BSEd, major in General Science
    • BSEd, major in Math
    • BSEd, major in T.L.E
  • Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd) -
    • BEEd, major in General Science
    • BEEd, major in Home Economics and Technology
    • BEEd, major in Math
    • BEEd, major in Work Education [24]

Sarmiento Campus[edit]

City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan

  • General Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management
  • Bachelor in Industrial Technology (BIT) -
    • BIT, major in Computer Technology
    • BIT, major in Drafting Technology
    • BIT, major in Electronics Technology
    • BIT, major in Electrical Technology
    • BIT, major in Food Technology
  • Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) -
    • BSEd, major in English
    • BSEd, major in General Science
    • BSEd, major in Math
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology [25]

Meneses Campus[edit]

Bulakan, Bulacan

  • General Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
    • BSBA, major in Management
  • Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) -
    • BSEd, major in English
    • BSEd, major in General Science
    • BSEd, major in Math
  • BSit
  • Bachelor in Industrial Technology
    • Comptech
    • Foodtech [26]

Hagonoy Campus[edit]

Hagonoy, Bulacan

  • General Engineering
  • Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) -
    • BSEd, major in English
    • BSEd, major in General Science
    • BSEd, major in Math
  • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Fisheries[27]

Accredited Programs[edit]

As of July 2014, Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP)[28]

(Programs; Level/Accreditation Status; Duration of Validity of Accreditation Status)

Malolos Campus[edit]

  1. Elementary Teacher Education; LEVEL IV Re-accredited; July 16, 2011 - July 15, 2013
  2. Secondary Teacher Education; LEVEL IV Re-accredited; July 16, 2011 - July 15, 2013
  3. Industrial Teacher Education; LEVEL III Re-accredited; July 16, 2007 - July 15, 2011
  4. Science (Biology); Level III Re-accredited; Aug. 16, 2011 - July. 15, 2014
  5. Science (Mathematics); Level III Re-accredited; Aug. 16, 2011 - July. 15, 2014
  6. Civil Engineering; LEVEL III Re-accredited; April 1, 2009 - Mar. 31, 2013
  7. Mechanical Engineering; LEVEL III Re-accredited; April 1, 2009 - Mar. 31, 2013
  8. Electrical Engineering; LEVEL III Re-accredited; April 1, 2009 - Mar. 31, 2013
  9. Industrial Technology; LEVEL III Re-accredited; April 1, 2009 - Mar. 31, 2013
  10. Graduate: Doctoral (Ed.D./ Ph.D.-Ed. Mgmt.); Level II Re-accredited; Dec. 16, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2010
  11. Graduate: Master’s (MAEd); Level II Re-accredited; Dec. 16, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2010
  12. Graduate: Master’s (MPA); Level II Re-accredited; Dec. 16, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2010
  13. Architecture; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2011
  14. Computer Engineering; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2011
  15. Information Technology; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2001
  16. Electronics and Communication Engineering; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2011
  17. Industrial Engineering; Level I Accredited; Sept. 1, 2009 - Aug. 31, 2012
  18. Nursing; Level I Accredited; Aug. 1, 2009 - Aug. 31, 2011
  19. Fine Arts (Advertising Arts); Candidate; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2009
  20. Industrial Technology (Comp. Tech.); Level I Accredited; Sept. 1, 2009 - Aug. 31, 2012
  21. Information Technology; Level I Accredited; Sept. 1, 2009 - Aug. 31, 2012
  22. Home Economics Education; Candidate; Aug. 16, 2008 - Aug. 15, 2010
  23. Hotel and Restaurant Management; Candidate; Aug. 16, 2008 - Aug. 15, 2010
  24. Mechatronics Engineering; Candidate; Sept. 1, 2009 - Aug. 31, 2011

Bustos Campus[edit]

  1. Secondary Teacher Education; Level III Accredited; Dec. 1, 2011 - Nov. 30, 2013
  2. Industrial Technology; Level I Accredited; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2010

San Jose del Monte Campus[edit]

  1. Industrial Technology; Assessment on-going for Level I; January 2010 - December 2010
  2. Information Technology; Assessment on-going for Level I; January 2010 - December 2010
  3. Secondary Teacher Education; Assessment on-going for Level I; January 2010 - December 2010

Vision[edit]

The University's vision is to become a recognized leader for excellence in instruction, research, extension and production services, a key player in the education and formation of professionally competent, service oriented, and productive citizens, and a prime mover of Philippine's sustainable socioeconomic growth and development.[29]

Mission[edit]

The University shall provide higher professional, technical and special instruction for special purposes and promote research and extension services, advanced studies and progressive leadership in Agriculture, Commerce, Education, Fishery, Engineering, Arts and Sciences, Law, Medicine, Public Administration, Technical and other fields as may be relevant. (Sec. 2, R.A. 7665).[29]

Controversies[edit]

On August 22, 2014, Seven students from the University drowned after being carried by a flashflood in a national park in Bulacan while having a field trip. One of the students who survived said that no teachers joined their field trip, instead, they were accompanied by tour guides. Furthermore, the students joined the field trip because one of their teachers would exempt to the final exams those who would join the said field trip. Parents and families of the victims planned to sue the University after the tragedy.

This issue has been brought to senate inquiries, attended by the University President Mariano C. De Jesus.

One of the victims' and her boyfriend's tragic love story was televised on ABS-CBN's MMK (Maalaala mo Kaya) on September 13, 2014, starring Manolo Pedrosa and Janella Salvador.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Statistics : CHED’s Centers of Excellence/Development (COEs/CODs)
  2. ^ Pacesetter Volume XXXVI No. 1
  3. ^ Featured SWEEP School for November
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  11. ^ "College of Arts and Letters". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  12. ^ "College of Business Administration". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
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  15. ^ "College of Home Economics". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  16. ^ "College of Industrial Technology". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  17. ^ "College of Information amd Communications Technology". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  18. ^ "College of Nursing". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  19. ^ "College of Science". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  20. ^ "College of Social Science and Philosophy". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  21. ^ "College of Criminal Justice Education". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  22. ^ "College of Physical Education, Recreation & Sports". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  23. ^ "Colleges: Laboratory High School". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  24. ^ "Bustos Campus". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  25. ^ "Sarmiento Campus". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 7 January 2015. 
  26. ^ "Meneses Campus". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 7 January 2015. 
  27. ^ "Hagonoy Campus Campus". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 7 January 2015. 
  28. ^ AACCUP, Accredited Programs - Bulacan State University
  29. ^ a b "A Century of Education Leadership". Bulacan State University. Retrieved 7 January 2015. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 14°48′56″N 121°03′32″E / 14.81556°N 121.05889°E / 14.81556; 121.05889