Romblon State University

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Romblon State University
scroll atop shield outline
Seal of Romblon State University
Former name
Romblon State College
Romblon Agricultural College
Romblon National Agricultural School
Odiongan National Agricultural School
Odiongan High School
Odiongan Rural High School
Odiongan Farm School
Type Public
Established 1915 (1915)
President Dr. Arnulfo F. de Luna
Vice-president Dr. Elvin F. Gaac
(VP for Academic Affairs)
Dr. Arthur R. Ylagan
(VP for Research, Extension, and Training)
Violeta F. Maulion
(VP for Administration, Finance, and Support Services)
Location Odiongan, Romblon, Philippines
12°23′47″N 121°59′17″E / 12.396337°N 121.987966°E / 12.396337; 121.987966Coordinates: 12°23′47″N 121°59′17″E / 12.396337°N 121.987966°E / 12.396337; 121.987966
Campus 9 campuses:
Odiongan
Romblon
Cajidiocan
San Fernando
San Andres
San Agustin
Calatrava
Santa Fe
Santa Maria
Language Filipino, English
Colours     Green
Website www.rsu.edu.ph

Romblon State University is a public university in the Philippines. It has eight campuses[1] and its main campus is located in Odiongan, Romblon.[2]

History[edit]

Founded in 1915 as Odiongan Farm School (OFS), it is one of the oldest learning institutions in the Southern Tagalog Region of the Philippines. It initially offered intermediate course in Agriculture, where emphasis was laid in the fundamental agricultural practices.

After five years of existence, the Odiongan Farm School was converted into Odiongan Rural High School, and offered complete secondary training courses headed by a Principal, under the supervision of the Division Superintendent of Schools, Division of Romblon. This curriculum was in force until 1946. In 1947, Odiongan Rural High School was changed to Odiongan High School. A general type A curriculum was then offered.

Staff[edit]

  • President: Arnulfo F. de Luna, PhD
  • Vice President for Adademic Affairs: Dr. Elvin F. Gaac
  • Vice President for Research, Extension and Training: Dr. Arthur R. Ylagan
  • Vice President for Administrationd and Support Services: Mrs. Violeta F. Maulion
  • Dean of CAFF: Edgar Andalecio y Villanueva
  • Dean of CAS: Dr. Mario A. Fetalver Jr.
  • Dean of CED: Dr. Emilyn R. Villanueva
  • Dean of College of Engineering: Engr. Orley G. Fadriquel
  • Dean of CBA: Dr. Emelyn F. Montoya
  • Director of IT: Engr. Julie F. Fallaria
  • OIC/Director of ICJE: Ms. Narvie Latina
  • Director of SLHS: Mrs. Marilyn L. Fabregas


Historical Names[edit]

Historical Name
Year Name
1915 Odiongan Farm School
1929 Odiongan Rural High School
1947 Odiongan High School
1956 Odiongan National Agricultural School
1958 Romblon National Agricultural School
1962 Romblon Agricultural College
1983 Romblon State College
2009 Romblon State University

Description[edit]

Today, the university has four campuses: the RSU-Odiongan Campus, the Main Campus at Odiongan, the RSU-Romblon Campus at Sawang, RSU-Tablas Campuses at San Andres, San Agustin, Sta. Maria, and Sta. Fe, RSU-Sibuyan Campuses in Cajidiocan and San Fernando.

The four functions of the University are instruction, research, extension, and production.

Twenty-six years after its conversion into a State College, it was transformed into a State University.

Academic Programs:

  1. Agricultural Engineering
  2. Civil Engineering
  3. Electrical Engineering
  4. Elementary Teacher Education
  5. Information Technology
  6. Mechanical Engineering
  7. Secondary Teacher Education
  8. Accountancy
  9. Agricultural Technology
  10. Arts and Social Science (Political Science)
  11. Business Administration (Banking & Fin.)
  12. Business Administration (Bus. Mgt.)
  13. Hotel and Restaurant Management
  14. Science (Biology)

Charter[edit]

Romblon State College became Romblon State University upon the approval of Republic Act No. 9721 by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo in 2009.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.rsu.edu.ph/AboutUs/Campuses/116
  2. ^ Philippine Republic Act 9721 Section 1

External links[edit]