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For BEEd: First time takers-83.62% (104 out of 125)
CSU Overall Rating: 54.11%
National Passing Rate: 31.34%
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Waste Management Program

solid wastes generated in the university are segregated into nonbiodegradables and biodegradables. Strategic places within the campus are provided with garbage bins and sacks. Biodegradable wastes generated within the university are fed to the African night crawler in the vermicomposting facility which is part of the organic agriculture project endeavor of the university. Compost derived from vermicomposting are sold to the public including farmers and students. Non-biodegradable wastes such as plastic bottles are collected by janitors and sold to junkshop.

Pollution Prevention Program

No smoking signage are placed in plain view in all buildings in the university. Pedicab (sikad) as a means of transportation for most students and employees in the university. Chemical used during laboratory activities are prohibited from being thrown in the sink. These chemical wastes are temporarily stored in waste containers until these will be collected by an accredited treatment facility.

Paper Conservation Program

The university implements paperless transactions thru its online student services which facilitates the compliance of academic deficiencies, financial obligations, and graduation clearance. Since clearance is computerized, usage of papers is minimized thereby promoting sustainability of resources. CSU also employs an online faculty performance evaluation system (PES) which is regularly conducted every semester. The module of the system is readily accessible to all concerned students and CSU personnel using their assigned accounts.

Greening Program

Clonal nursery supporting the National Greening Program of the Philippine government. CSU has a mini garden which is maintained by agriculture students.

The university school ground is composed of different tree species such as mabolo, narra, pili, raintree and some fruit trees. students enjoy the shade provided by these trees.

Students enjoying the shade provided by Mabolo trees

Energy Efficiency And Conservation Program

Conservation of energy through the proper use and maintenance of air-conditioning system has been practiced since 2004. All offices, classrooms and laboratories of the university have followed the policy guidelines for energy saving and maintenance guidelines for air conditioning system as stipulated in Memorandum No. 84 s. 2444.

Biodiversity Conservation Program

The university has a l7-year-old Biodiversity Demonstration Forest used for instruction and tourism. The forest is about 2 hectares wide which showcases Philippine Dipterocarp species.

Organic Agriculture Program

Organic Agriculture Demonstration Farm with different crops planted such as tomato, cabbage, corn, and lettuce.

Biodiversity Conservation Program

The university has a l7-year-old Biodiversity Demonstration Forest used for instruction and tourism. The forest is about 2 hectares wide which showcases Philippine Dipterocarp species.

Greening Program

Clonal nursery supporting the National Greening Program of the Philippine government. CSU has a mini garden which is maintained by agriculture students.

The university school ground is composed of different tree species such as mabolo, narra, pili, raintree and some fruit trees. students enjoy the shade provided by these trees.

Students enjoying the shade provided by Mabolo trees

Pollution Prevention Program

No smoking signage are placed in plain view in all buildings in the university. Pedicab (sikad) as a means of transportation for most students and employees in the university. Chemical used during laboratory activities are prohibited from being thrown in the sink. These chemical wastes are temporarily stored in waste containers until these will be collected by an accredited treatment facility.

Paper Conservation Program

The university implements paperless transactions thru its online student services which facilitates the compliance of academic deficiencies, financial obligations, and graduation clearance. Since clearance is computerized, usage of papers is minimized thereby promoting sustainability of resources. CSU also employs an online faculty performance evaluation system (PES) which is regularly conducted every semester. The module of the system is readily accessible to all concerned students and CSU personnel using their assigned accounts.

Waste Management Program

solid wastes generated in the university are segregated into nonbiodegradables and biodegradables. Strategic places within the campus are provided with garbage bins and sacks. Biodegradable wastes generated within the university are fed to the African night crawler in the vermicomposting facility which is part of the organic agriculture project endeavor of the university. Compost derived from vermicomposting are sold to the public including farmers and students. Non-biodegradable wastes such as plastic bottles are collected by janitors and sold to junkshop.

CSU joins National TBI Summit; signs TBI 4.0 MOU

Photos in the TBI 4.0 MOU Signing
Photos in the TBI 4.0 MOU Signing
Photos in the BCB Presentation of Certificate
Photos in the BCB Presentation of Certificate
Photos in the BCB Presentation of Certificate
Photos in the BCB Presentation of Certificate

Caraga State University (CSU) joined all other stakeholders in the Philippine startup ecosystem during the 3rd National Technology Business Incubator (TBI) Summit organized by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), QBO, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) as part of the Philippine Startup Week (PHSW) 2019 celebrations held last November 20-22, 2019 at the Crown Plaza Hotel, Manila, Philippines.

CSU launches ‘Pag-atiman sa Panginahanglan’: An Intervention Program to Students

Caraga State University extended care and love for its students as it steered an Intervention Program called ‘Pag-atiman sa Panginahanglan’ which reached out to students who had low performance on their middle term grade.  This program includes series of activities spearheaded by the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs in collaboration with the Guidance Counseling Office, and the Office of the Admission and Scholarships. 

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Program

Conservation of energy through the proper use and maintenance of air-conditioning system has been practiced since 2004. All offices, classrooms and laboratories of the university have followed the policy guidelines for energy saving and maintenance guidelines for air conditioning system as stipulated in Memorandum No. 84 s. 2444.

Office of Internationalization and Global Engagements (OIGE)

As the primary channel of the University that accepts and scouts highly exceptional partners to perform well the vision-mission statement, the Office of Internationalization and Global Engagements (OIGE) shall facilitate the mechanisms designed to expose CSU community in various engagements especially to the global community in order to strengthen the University's core values of competence, service, and uprightness and in order to internationalize the ideas and perspectives of the academic community, to open better understanding in cultural diversity, and to nurture the students and faculty

Light up CSU commences with #Pasko sa CSU

The drums roared as the CSU Drum and Lyre Corps began to play Christmas Songs to signal another 2019 milestone for CSU. Lighting up the Christmas lights with all the decors and ornaments is always something that the CSU family wait for in excitement.

CSU Opens its First-Ever Child Care, Breastfeeding and Changing Room

November 19, 2019. Caraga State University with the Rotary Club of Central Butuan (RCCB) launched its first-ever Child Care and Breastfeeding/Changing Room projects located on the first floor of the New Administration Building, Caraga State University.

CSU Takes Part in Ramsar Site 1009 Agusan Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary Conference

Agusan Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary celebrated its 20th year since its enlistment in November 1999 as a wetland of international importance in the Ramsar List last November 11-13, 2019 at Almont Inland Hotel, Butuan City, with a theme Ramsar Site 1009: Agusan Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary – Celebrating Platinum Anniversary and Facing the Future.

CSU Researchers Shine on Agusan Marsh Platinum Anniversary Conference

Several faculty researchers from Caraga State University who actively participated the 20th Anniversary Conference of Agusan Marsh as paper and poster presenters showed what they got during the conference.

CSU Social Work Student Wins PopCom Singing Competition

Leah Penaso, a first year Social Work student bagged the First Place as she represented Caraga State University during the Commission on Population Regional Inter-collegiate Singing Competition held last October 24, 2019 at Robinsons Place, Butuan City.

CSU BOR Approves OVPAF Administrative Manuals

CSU BOR Approves OVPAF Administrative Manuals
CSU BOR Approves OVPAF Administrative Manuals

The administrative manuals for the Office of Administration and Financeand the Income Generation Project (IGP), both crafted under the Office of the Vice President for Administration and Finance, were duly approved by the Caraga State University Board of Regents during the 49th BOR Meeting (Special) per BOR Res Nos. 49-16 and 49-17, heldat Grand Regal Hotel, Davao City last October 17, 2019.

Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) Technical Staff

OAS Services Offered

  • Assist in the screening of applicants to the various State College scholarships and financial assistance programs in accordance with existing rules and regulations;
  • Help in the preparation  of students scholarship and financial assistance program proposals and in soliciting donors or sponsors thereof;
  • Assist in the preparation and processing of documents and other requirements needed for the release of the funds for the scholars and grantees;

Office for Admission and Scholarship (OAS)

The Office for Admission and Scholarship (OAS) shall supervise the mechanisms to attract students to the university by directing admissions strategies and promoting the university. The Office for Admission and Scholarship (OAS) shall also ensure the development and successful implementation of a scholarship programs that support the enrollment management objectives of the University by working with the College Deans to optimize the enrollment and net revenue impact of institutional and foundation scholarships.

CSU Partners with AusAID and PCAARRD on Rubber Research

The project on rubber research will be handled by two faculty members from CAAI and COFES. Dr. Raquel M. Balanay of the College of Agriculture and Agri-industries, and Mr. Richie P. Lador of the College of Forestry and Environmental Sciences.

Two CSUANS Top the 2019 Foresters Licensure Examination

Two CSUANS Top the 2019 Foresters Licensure Examination
Two CSUANS Top the 2019 Foresters Licensure Examination
Two CSUANS Top the 2019 Foresters Licensure Examination
Two CSUANS Top the 2019 Foresters Licensure Examination

Caraga State University once again produced two topnotchers in the concluded 2019 Forester’s Licensure Exam. 

Debbie Jale Tambor placed 7th with a rating of 91.20, while Junalyn Villafane landed at 8th place with 91.15, a few points behind Tambor.

2019 SciTech4Dev in CSU Officially Opens

October 2, 2019. The three-day Science and Technology for Development Forum officially began in Caraga State University with an opening program led by CSU President, Dr. Anthony M. Penaso. Its theme: University 4.0: Collaborate, Create, Communicate, Commercialize is indeed timely and relevant.

In his opening remarks, Dr. Penaso stressed the importance of research and that it is imperative that CSU must innovate, revolutionize, strategize, and commercialize to help the economic development of the country.

Transparency Seal 2019

A pearl buried inside a tightly-shut shell is practically worthless. Government information is a pearl, meant to be shared with the public in order to maximize its inherent value.
The Transparency Seal, depicted by a pearl shining out of an open shell, is a symbol of a policy shift towards openness in access to government information. On the one hand, it hopes to inspire Filipinos in the civil service to be more open to citizen engagement; on the other, to invite the Filipino citizenry to exercise their right to participate in governance.

JFAP, FES and CEAS Join DENR on Coastal Clean Up

The Junior Foresters Association of the Philippines (JFAP), Forest Ecological Society (FES), and the Caraga Environmental Advocates of Caraga State University joined the river clean-up on September 23, 2019, conducted in barangay Tiniwisan to promote green environment and waste management.

 

Guidance and Counseling Center

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Individual Inventory / Appraisal Service We keep your records of information safely and with confidentiality to get to know you better. We also give you the opportunity to objectively assess your strengths and weaknesses and your tendencies as a person to facilitate self-understanding and positive change as you develop your personal and social relationship.
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OVPAA Holds Workshop on 21st Century Skills Integration to all Curricular Programs

OVPAA Holds Workshop on 21st Century Skills Integration to all Curricular Programs
OVPAA Holds Workshop on 21st Century Skills Integration to all Curricular Programs
OVPAA Holds Workshop on 21st Century Skills Integration to all Curricular Programs
OVPAA Holds Workshop on 21st Century Skills Integration to all Curricular Programs
OVPAA Holds Workshop on 21st Century Skills Integration to all Curricular Programs
OVPAA Holds Workshop on 21st Century Skills Integration to all Curricular Programs
OVPAA Holds Workshop on 21st Century Skills Integration to all Curricular Programs

In the quest to encompass and integrate 21st century skills to the University’s Curricular Programs and activities ,  the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs conducted a workshop last September 23, 2019 at the Organic Agriculture Training Center.

The workshop was participated by the college Deans, directors of the different offices-NSTP, Guidance office, GAD,  OCID, OIGE, OSAS, chairpersons of the different programs, and some student representatives of the University Student Council and League of Campus Organizations.

Guidance and Counseling Center

shall primarily be responsible to provide a confidential helping relationship to help students with educational, personal, and social concerns through management of students’ activities and services aimed at reinforcing their ability and confidence in knowing and understanding themselves in relation to others and developing their own psychological growth and development.

 

 


 

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  2. Engr. Regine O. Abarico
  3. Engr. Adrian Alf A. Abello
  4. Engr. Ariel Amiel A. Abello
  5. Engr. Maryknoll F. Adapon
  6. Engr. Dave Joshua A. Alvarez
  7. Engr. John Rey T. Angchangco
  8. Engr. Sarah Jean C. Cabuan
  9. Engr. Clark Jason L. Cacho
  10. Engr. Juvie Mae P. Cajigas
  11. Engr. Jill B. Calderon
  12. Engr. Angelyn Q. Castro
  13. Engr. Kyrr Vandju S. Consigna
  14. Engr. Troi John G. Cuarez
  15. Engr. Mel Kenneth Curada
  16. Engr. George Dotdot

About the Research and Development

The Caraga State University is an academic institution tasked by the government to provide quality service in professional and technological training particularly in the northeastern Mindanao area, the Caraga Region. As a state institution, its mandate is to support socio-economic development in its service area through the basic functions of instructions, research, extension and production.

Research and Development Agenda

Guided by its institutional mandate and its Vision, Mission, Goal and Objectives, the CSU Research and Development Agenda was crafted. The institution’s research agenda is in consonance with the Philippine Development Plan (NDP), National Science and Technology Plan of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-NSTP), National Higher Education Research Agenda of the Commission of Higher Education (CHED-NHERA), Caraga Regional Development Plan 2010-2016, Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and the regional and national priorities of government agencies such as the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Department of Agriculture (DA), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Department of Health (DOH). All R&D needs stipulated in the above-mentioned plans and programs were used as inputs and the foundation for the revision to come up with the Caraga State University RDE Agenda for 2016-2020.

In parallel to the national and regional development plans, the University identified the following agenda:

 

R&D Program on Environmental Management & Eco-governance

RDE efforts on water shall be directed towards appropriate watershed and wetland management, effective and efficient water management, water treatment technologies and water budget studies to optimize the use of available safe water. RDE activities on the environmental and conservation, preservation and management shall focus on finding better ways of managing non-renewable natural resources (land, water, minerals, and biodiversity) for sustainable economic development. Specifically, it shall look for possible solutions to the environmental alterations resulting from climate change in order to minimize hazardous environmental effects and reduce natural and human-induced disasters/risks.

The Center for Research in Environmental Management and Eco-governance (CRÈME), Faculty of Environmental Sciences and the College of Agriculture and Agri-Industries (CAA) are the lead conveners. The collaborators are the faculty-researchers from the: College of Arts and Sciences (CAS); College of Education (CEd); Information Technology and Engineering Departments; and CSU-Cabadbaran Campus.

 

R&D Program on Mineral Resources Management & Responsible Mining

The R&D program shall focus on: socio-cultural and economic aspects of mining; mining technology; geological aspects; material science and value-adding to minerals; environmental issues on mining; basic literacy for mining communities; and science and mathematics education for would-be miners. Research projects shall be directed towards finding solutions to contamination due to mining and rehabilitation of mined-out areas to benefit humankind. Restoration of the ecosystem to support biodiversity and natural cultural heritage shall also be another focused area for research and innovation.

The Mineral Resources Management Research and Training Center (MinRes) will be the lead convener. The collaborators are the faculty-researchers from the: College of Engineering and Geo-Sciences (CEGS), College of Computing and Information Services (CCIS), College of Arts and Sciences (CAS); College of Education (CEd); Environmental Sciences Department and the Agricultural Sciences Department; and CSU-Cabadbaran Campus.

R&D Framework

The RDE Implementation Plan

CEd Offered Programs Overview

Overview

The College of Education consists of two (2) departments with respective majors and facilities to conduct researches.


CSU Faculty-Researchers attend West Asia Mathematical School India

Participants from Laos, Iran, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, and India with speakers from Europe and India.
Participants from Laos, Iran, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, and India with the speakers from Europe and India (first row).
CSU Mathematics Department faculty members  with the speakers from Europe, Prof. Youcef Mammeri of Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France, and Prof. Joaquim Correia of Universidade de Évora, Evora, Protugal.

          Five (5) faculty-researchers of the Mathematics Department of Caraga State University participated this year’s West Asia Mathematical School (WAMS) last August 29 – September 3, 2019 held at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India.

 

CSU Sends First Batch of Agriculture Students for Training in Israel

CSU Sends First Batch of Agriculture Students for Training in Israel
CSU Sends First Batch of Agriculture Students for Training in Israel

Caraga State University sent five Bachelor of Science in Agriculture students for their eleven months Occupational Internship Program last September 2019 to Tel Aviv, Israel. Roel Amit, Jake Warren Bago, Rodel Eala, Earl Jhon A. Escalona, and Jo Mark Perodes will be exposed to different agriculture related activities such as production, packaging, and marketing.

Project Development Officer II

ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest

ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest
ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest
ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest
ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest
ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest
ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest
ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest
ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest
ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest
ENTRADA MMXIX: CSU Opens School Year 2019-2020 in Earnest

August 13, 2019 marked another milestone for Caraga State University as it opened School Year 2019-2020 in earnest. The 2019 school opening was attended by all the freshmen, transferees, and old students coming from the different places all over Caraga Region and in other places as well in Region 10 and 9.

CSU President, Dr. Anthony M. Penaso with the other University key officials led the millennial themed Entrada MMXIX along the main street of CSU and fronting the newly constructed state-of-the-art Administration building.

CSU "Trisikad" Drivers Team Exhibits Social Responsibility, Bolsters Entrada MMXIX

CSU "Trisikad" Drivers Team Exhibits Social Responsibility, Bolsters Entrada MMXIX
CSU "Trisikad" Drivers Team Exhibits Social Responsibility, Bolsters Entrada MMXIX
CSU "Trisikad" Drivers Team Exhibits Social Responsibility, Bolsters Entrada MMXIX
CSU "Trisikad" Drivers Team Exhibits Social Responsibility, Bolsters Entrada MMXIX
CSU "Trisikad" Drivers Team Exhibits Social Responsibility, Bolsters Entrada MMXIX

Thirteen members of the Caraga State University (CSU) "Trisikad" Drivers Team gathered together to clean-up the overpass and main gate entrance of the University on August 12, 2019 to exhibit social responsibility and support to the University's service for the people advocacy.

CSU President, Dr. Anthony M. Penaso values everyone's contribution in the development and growth of the Caraga State University and has been articulating that it is good to be diverse, but it is better to be united.

CSU wins Best Booth in 6th Regional Technology Forum and Product Exhibition

CSU wins Best Booth in 6th Regional Technology Forum and Product Exhibition
CSU wins Best Booth in 6th Regional Technology Forum and Product Exhibition
CSU wins Best Booth in 6th Regional Technology Forum and Product Exhibition
CSU wins Best Booth in 6th Regional Technology Forum and Product Exhibition

Caraga State University, through the Office of the Vice President for Research, Innovation, and Extension (OVPRIE) won the best booth exhibit during the 6th Regional Technology Forum and Product Exhibition last August 8-9, 2019 at Almont Inland Resort, Butuan City.

The event was organized by the Research Division of the Department of Agriculture-Caraga, with the theme "Technologies from Agri-Fishery R&D as Catalyst for Sustainability and Competitiveness".

Taiwan’s Minister Hsu Visits CSU to Confer about Smart City

Taiwan’s Minister Hsu Visits CSU to Confer about Smart City
Taiwan’s Minister Hsu Visits CSU to Confer about Smart City
Taiwan’s Minister Hsu Visits CSU to Confer about Smart City
Taiwan’s Minister Hsu Visits CSU to Confer about Smart City

Minister Michael Hsu, Taiwan’s Representative to the Philippines, visited CSU on August 9, 2019.  Accompanied by Butuan City Administrator, Mr. Rey Desiata, the Taiwanese delegation came to CSU to about refashioning Butuan into a Smart and Sustainable City.

CSU Takes Pride of Its New MS and PhD Faculty Graduates for 2018-2019

CSU Takes Pride of Its New MS and PhD Faculty Graduates for 2018-2019

Caraga State University took pride of a total of fifteen (15)faculty members who finished their masters and doctorate degrees from the different delivering universities in the country and abroad.

Among the new MS and PhD graduates were eight (8) PhD holders, six (6) MS holders, and one (1) International Diploma holder.

CSU Receives Grant to Put Up ITPS Center

CSU Receives Grant for the Establishment of ITPS Research and Innovation Center from DOST’s NICER Program

The Caraga State University (CSU) is among the 14 recipients of research grants from the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) under its Niche Centers in the Region (NICER) Program to establish the Industrial Tree Plantation Species (ITPS) Research and Innovation Center.

CSU Holds Stakeholders’ Consultation of Revised Graduate Curricular Programs

CSU Holds Stakeholders’ Consultation of Revised Graduate Curricular Programs

August 5, 2019 is another milepost for Caraga State University as it called for a Stakeholders' Consultation on the Proposed Revision of Graduate Curricular Programs with the CSU Graduate School and the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs led by Dr. Rolando N. Paluga, at the Organic Agriculture Training Center.

CSU Wraps Its 1st Affirmative Action Plan

CSU Wraps Its 1st Affirmative Action Plan

July 31, 2019. Caraga State University, through the initiative of the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs marked the culmination activity for its first ever Affirmative Action Plan completers.

CSU Hires 38 New Employees

CSU Hires 38 New Employees

Caraga State University hired 38 new employees for 2019, in both academic and administrative areas.

A total of 13 Project Assistants, 11 Technical Assistants, 10 faculty, 8 Outsourced Utility Workers and Driver, 3 Laboratory Technicians, and 1 University Architect with varied eligibilities in their respective areas of specialization were hired to add up to the University’s manpower and to better serve the increasing number of CSU students and clients. 

Two CSU Office Staff Triumph in CHED- ETEEAP

Two CSU Office Staff Triumph in CHED- ETEEAP
Two CSU Office Staff Triumph in CHED- ETEEAP

Through the Commission on Higher Education’s Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency Program (ETEEAP), two of Caraga State University’s administration employees finished their undergraduate degrees this year.

Mr. Stanley Estrada, Administrative Aide II assigned to the Office of the President earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Saint Joseph Institute of Technology, Butuan City last­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ May 30, 2019. He served the university for 21 years starting as an Office Clerk.

CSU Teams Up with UTM in STEM

CSU signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) in Johor, Malaysia to work together in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

On July 13-18, 2019, a party composed of eight faculty-researchers from the various programs led by Dr. Rolando N. Paluga, Vice President of Academic Affairs (VPAA), and Dr. Rowena P. Varela, Vice President for Research Innovation and Extension (VPRIE), visited the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) as part of the effort to internationalize CSU's programs.

CSU Students Attend Training in Thailand

CSU Students Attend Training in Thailand
CSU Students Attend Training in Thailand
CSU Students Attend Training in Thailand
CSU Students Attend Training in Thailand

Three Caraga State University students, Jake Warren C. Bago taking Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Vince Bernard G. Planas, a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering student, and Haydee Jean B. Laguesma, enrolled in Bachelor of Science in Chemistry attended Summer @Silpakorn 2019 at the Faculty of Science, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, last July 9-17, 2019.

Biology Faculty Wins Best Poster Award in NAST 2019

Biology Faculty Wins Best Poster Award in NAST 2019
Biology Faculty Wins Best Poster Award in NAST 2019

Caraga State University faculty, Dr. Joycelyn C. Jumawan of the Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences together with her advisee Miss Jucil Coleen D. Apduhan won the Best Scientific Poster award during the 41st Annual Scientific Meeting and Scientific Poster Session of the National Academy of Science and Technology 2019, held at EDSA Shangrila Hotel on July 11, 2019.

CSU Faculty Researchers Join NAST 2019 Conference

CSU Faculty Researchers Join NAST 2019 Conference
CSU Faculty Researchers Join NAST 2019 Conference

Nine faculty-researchers from Caraga State University, Dr. Romell A. Seronay, Dr. Joycelyn C. Jumawan, Dr. Eve F. Gamalinda, Mr. Jess H. Jumawan, Mr. Laurence B. Calagui, Ms. Shirlamaine Irina G. Masangcay-Calagui, Engr. Arnold G. Apdohan, Ms. Julie Rose D. Apdohan, and Ms.

Instructor I (Social Work)

Management Information System (MIS)

Main Functions:

With a directive to solve problems in a multi-server environment, through a variety of software systems and applications, Management Information System (MIS) is responsible for analyzing technology and industry trends to determine organizational objectives, and then develop strategic plans to meet the common goals of the University.


Organizational Structure

MIS Org Structure


CSU Implements Austerity Measures

CSU Implements Austerity Measures
CSU Implements Austerity Measures
CSU Implements Austerity Measures
CSU Implements Austerity Measures
CSU Implements Austerity Measures
CSU Implements Austerity Measures
CSU Implements Austerity Measures

The Caraga State University through the Office of the Vice President for Administration and Finance has implemented a 2 hour-hour lights and electronics shut off in compliance with the provision of CNA rulings on reasonable austerity measures.

CSU was first conceived in 1918 as the Agusan Agriculture High School thru the passage of an Omnibus Bill filed by the First Congresswoman of the Philippines, Honorable Elisa Rosales Ochoa. On February 14, 1920, Proclamation No. 4 was passed by the American Governor to the Philippines Francis Burton Harrison, declaring the reservation of a 232-hectare virgin forest land in Barrio Ampayon, in the Municipality of Butuan, province of Agusan del Norte as the ground of the young school.

AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation

AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation
AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation
AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation
AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation
AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation
AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation
AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation
AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation
AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation
AACCUP President Corpus Assess CSU Readiness for Institutional Accreditation

June 24, 2019. Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) President, Dr. Manuel T. Corpus with AACCUP Consultant Dr. Maria Glenda O. De Lara visited CSU for an assessment of its readiness for high level Institutional Accreditation.

CSU President, Dr. Anthony M. Penaso with the CSU family welcomed the AACCUP people with warmth and a very positive disposition.

CSU’s Envi Sci Faculty 2nd Top in Academic Achievement Award at UPLB’s 2019 Graduation Ceremony

CSU’s Envi Sci Faculty 2nd Top in Academic Achievement Award at UPLB’s 2019 Graduation Ceremony
CSU’s Envi Sci Faculty 2nd Top in Academic Achievement Award at UPLB’s 2019 Graduation Ceremony
CSU’s Envi Sci Faculty 2nd Top in Academic Achievement Award at UPLB’s 2019 Graduation Ceremony

Sherryl Lipio Paz, Ph.D in Environmental Science, graduated with honors in UPLB’s 47th Commencement Exercises on June 22, 2019.

Dr. Paz got a General Weighted Average (GWA) of 1.10 among the sixteen PhD Environmental Science graduates coming from different places in the country. Dr. Paz received the award during the School of Environmental Science and Management (SESAM), UPLB Graduate School Hooding and Ceremony last June 21, 2019.

Graduate Studies and Teachers Certificate Program (TCP):

1. REGISTER ONLINE: @ https://myschool.carsu.edu.ph/index.php?q=application-admission

(Take note of your APPLICATION NUMBER)

2. CASHIER'S OFFICE: Present the Application Number to the Cashier and pay the testing fee (Php 400 for graduate)