Central Luzon State University
|Central Luzon State University|
|Pamantasang Estado sa Gitnang Luzon|
The CLSU Seal
|Latin: Pambansang Pilipinas|
|Central Luzon Agricultural School (1907), Central Luzon Agricultural College (1954)|
|Motto||Where Difference is Created|
|President||Ruben C. Sevilleja|
Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
|University Hymn||CLSU Hymn|
|Colors||Green and Yellow|
|Nickname||CLSU Green Cobras/Lady Cobras|
|Affiliations||Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines|
Central Luzon State University (CLSU) is a state university located in a 658-hectare campus in Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. The University is the lead agency of the Muñoz Science Community and the seat of the Regional Research and Development Center in Central Luzon. To date, CLSU is one of the premiere institutions for agriculture in the Philippines and in Southeast Asia known for its research in aquaculture, ruminants, crops, orchard, and water management.
CLSU is first comprehensive state university to undergo institutional accreditation
Central Luzon State University is located in the Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. It started as a farm school and in 1907 became Central Luzon Agricultural School (CLAS) with the intention of promoting agriculture and mechanics arts. Later, it included the promotion of homemaking arts among its burning commitments. 
In 1954, CLAS was converted into Central Luzon Agricultural College (CLAC). with the mission of promoting Agricultural Education. In 1964, it was elevated into a university, the Central Luzon State University, to provide advance instruction and technical and professional training in agriculture and mechanics arts, and promote research, literature, philosophy, sciences, technology and arts. Over the years, CLSU has been known as an agriculture-oriented institution. Today, it has transformed into a comprehensive university offering various undergraduate and graduate courses. Lately, it has been designated as a zonal university in Luzon as one of the more respected institutions of higher learning in the Philippines. CLSU is located on a 658-hectare sprawling main campus in the Science City of Muñoz, which is located 150 km north of Manila. It also has a more than 1000-hectare site for ranch type buffalo production and forestry development up the hills of Carranglan town, in northern Nueva Ecija, 40 km away from the main campus. The University is the lead agency of the Muñoz Science Community and the seat of the Regional Research and Development Center in the Central Luzon. To date, CLSU is one of the premier institutions of agriculture in Southeast Asia known for its breakthrough researches in aquatic culture (pioneer in the sex reversal of Tilapia), ruminant, crops, orchard, and water management researches.
Central Luzon State University (CLSU) is one of the renowned and prestigious institutions of higher learning in the Philippines. It has consistently produced well-trained professionals and technicians, provided services with marked excellence. In April 2007, CLSU celebrated its centenary.
On April 12, 1907, it started as a farm school, the Central Luzon Agricultural School (CLAS), through Executive Order No. 10 issued by then Governor General James F. Smith, James F. Smith. Its initial emphasis was on the development of skilled and technician-type graduates to meet the human resource requirements in the opening and cultivation of rich farmlands.
As a school, CLAS stamped a class of its own. With its unique curriculum, it promoted agriculture and mechanic arts which combined practicum and academic work. In time, CLAS became known as the “mother of vocational agriculture schools” in the country.
The school was converted into Central Luzon Agricultural College (CLAC) on December 31, 1950 by virtue of Executive Order No. 393 issued by then President Elpidio Quirino to promote agricultural education. As a higher learning institution, CLAC distinguished itself as the first state college established by the Philippine government to promote agricultural education, agricultural engineering and home economics, among others.
On June 18, 1964, CLAC was elevated into Central Luzon State University (CLSU) by virtue of Republic Act No. 4067 “to give professional and technical training in agriculture and mechanic arts; provide advance instruction; promote research, literature, philosophy, the sciences, technology and arts.”
From its basically agricultural orientation, CLSU turned into a comprehensive higher education institution offering various undergraduate and graduate courses.
The CLSU campus is a sprawling 658-hectare area in the Science City of Muñoz, 150 km north of Manila. On October 19, 2001, CLSU was launched as the Model Agri-Tourism Site for Luzon under the Philippine Agri-Tourism Program, a joint project of the Department of Agriculture and Department of Tourism.
Administration and organization
|Dr. Ruben C. Sevilleja||University President|
|Dr. Tereso A. Abella||Vice President for Academic Affairs|
|Dr. Raul D. Divina||Vice President for Administration|
|Dr. Teotimo M. Aganon||Vice President for Research, Extension and Training|
|Dr. Eduardo G. Marzan, Jr.||Vice President for Business Affairs|
|Dr. Federico O. Perez||Dean, College of Agriculture|
|Dr. Renato G. Reyes||Dean, College of Arts and Sciences|
|Dr. Minerva D. Maylem||Dean, College of Business Administration and Accountancy|
|Dr. Rhodora I. dela Rosa||Dean, College of Education|
|Dr. Ireneo C. Agulto||Dean, College of Engineering|
|Dr. Emmanuel Vera Cruz||Dean, College of Fisheries|
|Dr. Hilaria T. Cuaresma||Dean, College of Home Science and Industry|
|Dr. Romeo S. Gundran||Dean, College of Veterinary Science and Medicine|
|Dr. Elisa L. Carlos||Dean (OIC), Institute of Graduate Studies|
|Dr. Elizabeth S. Suba||Dean, Office of Student Affairs|
|Dr. Flor Amor B. Monta||Dean, Open University|
|Dr. Melissa E. Agulto||Dean, Admission|
|Dr. Tereso A. Abella||Director, Freshwater Aquaculture Center|
|Dr. Apolinario L. Domingo||Director, Commercial Business Office|
|Dr. Ernesto A. Martin||Director, Animal Production Office|
|Dr. Quirino D. Dela Cruz||Director, Research|
|Dr. Pastora S. Coloma||Director, Extension|
|Dr. Teodora T. Battad||Director, Training|
|Dr. Macario P. Antolin||Director, Financial Management Services|
|Dr. Leonardo S. Bravo||Director, Administrative Services|
|Dr. Edwin C. Atabay||Director, Philippine Carabao Center at CLSU|
|Dr. Ponciano D. Cuaresma||Director, Center for Central Luzon Studies|
|Prof. Milagros A. Santos||Director, CLSU Testing and Evaluation Center|
|Prof. Jay C. Santos||Director, Insititute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation|
|Dr. Victorino T. Taylan||Director, Affiliated Non-Conventional Energy Center|
|Engr. Nemesio A. Macabale, Jr.||Director (OIC), Information Systems Institute|
|Dr. Annie Melinda P. Alberto||Director, ICCEM|
|Dr. Emilio M. Cruz||Director, Small Ruminant Center|
|Dr. Regidor G. Gaboy||Director, Center for Educational Resources Development and Services|
|Dr. Fe L. Porciuncula||Director, Ramon Magsaysay Center for Agricultural Resources and Environment Studies|
|Dr. Emmanuel V. Sicat||Philippine-Sino Center for Agricultural Technology|
|Dr. Armando Espino||Director, Water Resources Management Center|
|Dr. Josephine M. Fabricante||Director (OIC), University Health Services|
|Dr. Arnel T. Panuyas||Director, Physical Plant and Site Development Office|
|Dr. Minerva D. Maylem||Director, Auxiliary|
|Mr. Verjun J. Dilla||Director, ETEEAP|
|Dr. Sofronio P. Kalaw||Director, Center for Tropical Mushroom Research and Development|
|Ms. Julieta P. Burnot||OIC, Public Affairs Office|
|Dr. Angelita V. Seeping||Chief, Human Resources and Development Office|
|Dr. Zenaida M. Serna||Chief, Alumni Relation Office|
|Ms. Nuelah F. San Juan||University Librarian|
|Dr. Firma C. Viray||President, Faculty Association|
|Ms. Paulina A. Valeriano||President, NASA|
|Engr. Adorable P. Pineda||President, CLUTCHES|
|Mr. Paul A. Cardenio||President (2012-2013), University Supreme Student Council|
|Mr. Edgardo C. Ibañez||University & Board Secretary|
Board of Regents
|Presiding Chair||HON. PATRICIA B. LICUANAN||Chairperson, CHED|
|Vice Chair||HON. RUBEN C. SEVILLEJA||CLSU President|
|Member||HON. EDGARDO J. ANGARA||Chair, Senate Committee on Education,
Culture and Arts
|Member||HON. JUAN EDGARDO M. ANGARA||Chair, House Committee on Higher
and Technical Education
|Member||HON. ANDREW B. VILLACORTA||Regional Director, DA, RFU III|
|Member||HON. SEVERINO C. SANTOS||Regional Director, NEDA, RO3|
|Member||HON. VICTOR B. MANRIANO||Regional Director, DOST, RO3|
|Member||HON. TEOTIMO M. AGANON||Alumni Representative|
|Member||HON. EDGARDO A. ALFONSO||Private Sector Representative|
|Member||HON. FIRMA C. VIRAY||Faculty Representative|
|Member||Mr. PAUL A. CARDEÑO||Student Representative|
|Member||Mr. EDGARDO C. IBAÑEZ||University and Board Secretary|
CLSU Past Presidents
The Research Program primarily started in 1976 to help graduate students in their agricultural researches. Having momentum, and acknowledging the importance of research in an academic community, its thrust later expanded to cover several technical researches on selected agricultural commodities. In 1978, the Research and Extension Programs were merged which gave birth to the Research and Development Center (R & DC). The R and DC adopted the pipeline approach as its strategy to spur countryside group for information and technology dissemination and contribute to the realization of the university’s development goals. It relives the maxim “development is research utilized”. Research was, therefore envisioned to establish a foundation that would accomplish one of the trilogies of functions of the University.
Moving on with this commitment, the R and DC became the Research, Extension and Training (RET) in 1987 where prioritized research programs are important features and are geared towards improving the quality of life of the people it serves.
Today, the Research Office has received prominence and has established a solid ground in its continuous and relentless efforts towards contributing to countryside development.
The 2010 survey ranked the Central Luzon State University as sixth (6th) of the nine (9) Top Universities for the following: Center of Excellence (COE) in Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Fisheries, Veterinary Medicine, Teacher Education. And in Centers of Development (COD) in Biology and Chemistry.
In 2014 the University's ranked dropped to seventh (7th) for the following Center of Excellence (COE )(6): agricultural engineering, agriculture, biology, fisheries, teacher education, veterinary medicine and in Centers of Development (COD) (1): chemistry. 
CLSU is composed of:
- College of Agriculture
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Business Administration and Accountancy
- College of Education
- College of Engineering
- Information Systems Institute
- College of Fisheries
- College of Home Science and Industry
- College of Veterinary Science and Medicine
In addition, it also houses a University Science High School and an Institute of Graduate Studies.
Graduate Degree Programs
- PhD in Animal Science G.R. No. 013 s. 1988 – CRO
- PhD in Aquaculture G.R. No. R 094 s. 1960 – DRO
- PhD in Crop Science G.R. No. 042 s. 1994 – CRO
- PhD In Development Communication G.R. No. 027 s. 1996 – CRO
- PhD in Development Education G.R. No. T-011 s. 1990 – CRO
- PhD in Plant Breeding G.R. No. 010 s. 1995 – DRO
- PhD in Rural Development G.R. No. 84 s. 1976 – CRO
- MA in Language & Literature not indicated
- Master in Agribusiness Management G.R. No. R 121 s. 1967 – DRO
- Master in Agricultural Technology Education G.R. No. HER 074 s. 1998 – CRO
- Master in Business Administration (offered by CBAA)
- Master of Veterinary Studies G.R. No. GR 020 s. 1997 – CCO
- MS in Agricultural Economics G.R. No. R 121 s. 1967 – DRO
- MS in Agricultural Engineering G.R. No. R 121 s. 1967 – DRO
- MS in Animal Science G.R. No. R 170 s. 1978 – DRO
- MS in Aquaculture G.R. No. R 170 s. 1978 – DRO
- MS in Biology Education G.R. No. R 170 s. 1978 – DRO
- MS in Chemistry Education G.R. No. GR 017 s. 1998 – CRO
- MS in Crop Protection G.R. No. R 121 s. 1967 – DRO
- MS in Crop Science G.R. No. HER-037 s. 1995 – DRO
- MS in Development Communication G.R. No. HER-037 s. 1997 – CRO
- MS in Education G.R. No. T-15 s. 1990 – DRO
- MS in Environmental Management G.R. No. HER-039 s. 1997 – CRO
- MS in Grain Science G.R. No. 001 s. 1985 – DRO
- MS in Soil Science G.P. No. HET-070 s. 2002 – CRO
- MS Rural Development G.R. No. 009 s. 1985 – DRO
- Certificate in Physical Education G.R. No. R 121 s. 1967 – DRO
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine G.R. No. GR 021 s. 1997 – CCO
- Diploma in Agricultural Technology not indicated
- Agricultural Mechanics G.R. No. 014 s. 1990 – CRO
- Agricultural Science & Technology School G.R. No. 03-197 s. 2000 – TES
- Secondary (High School) not indicated
- University Lab High School not indicated
- University Science High School not indicated
- Elementary not indicated
- Pre-School not indicated
Undergraduate Degree Programs
- AB in Psychology
- AB in Social Sciences
- AB in Development Communication
- AB in Environmental Science
- AB in Language and Literature
- BS in Accountancy
- BS in Accounting Technology
- BS in Agribusiness
- BS in Agriculture
- BS in Agricultural Engineering
- BS in Animal Husbandry
- BS in Biology
- BS in Business Administration
- BS in Chemistry
- BS in Civil Engineering
- BS in Development Communication
- Bachelor of Elementary Education
- BS in Fisheries
- BS in Food Technology
- BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management
- BS in Mathematics
- BS in Garment Technology
- BS in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Secondary Education
- BS in Statistics
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Accredited programs of CLSU
Programs accredited by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines
|Programs||Level||Duration of validity|
|Elementary Teacher Education||Level >.< Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Secondary Teacher Education||Level III Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Agricultural Teacher Education||Level II Re-accredited||Jan. 16, 2002–Jan. 15, 2007|
|Graduate: Doctoral and Master’s (Agri. Engineering)||Qualified for Level III||Feb. 1, 2008–Jan. 31, 2009|
|Graduate: Doctoral and Master’s (Rural Dev.) and Master's (Dev. Comm.)||Qualified for Level III||Feb. 1, 2008–Jan. 31, 2009|
|Graduate: Doctoral and Master’s (Agriculture)||Qualified for Level III||Feb. 1, 2008–Jan. 31, 2009|
|Graduate: Master’s (MS Aquaculture)||Qualified for Level III||Feb. 1, 2008–Jan. 31, 2009|
|Agriculture||Level III Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Fisheries||Level III Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Agri-business Management||Level III Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Science (Chemistry)||Level III Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Science (Biology)||Level III Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Veterinary Medicine||Level III Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Business Administration (Econ., Mgmt. & Mktg.)||Level III Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Agricultural Engineering||Level III Re-accredited||Sept. 1, 2008–Aug. 31, 2012|
|Civil Engineering||Level II Re-accredited||Dec. 16, 2005–Dec. 15, 2010|
|Accountancy||Level II Re-accredited||Dec. 16, 2005–Dec. 15, 2010|
|Home Technology Education (BS- HE, Textile & Garment Tech. & Food Tech.)||Level II Re-accredited||Dec. 16, 2005–Dec. 15, 2010|
|Social Sciences||Level I Accredited||Dec. 16, 2005–Dec. 15, 2008|
|Graduate: Doctoral (Dev.Ed.) and Master's (Education)||Qualified for Level III||Feb. 1, 2008–Jan. 31, 2009|
Source: Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines AACCUP
Agricultural Science and Technology School, CLSU Laboratory High School
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