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Welcome to Isabela State University
Angadanan Campus

 

Isabela State University Angadanan Campus had its humble beginnings. Looking back, it started as Angadanan Junior High School on August 14, 1946. After one year, it was renamed Angadanan High School. The school retained its name for 12 years until the late Congressman Delfin B. Albano worked for its conversion to Angadanan Vocational High School in 1962 by virtue of R.A. 3438. The school has expanded since then in terms of enrollment and number of teachers because of its enriched curriculum offerings like Vocational subjects as major subjects–Food trades, Garment trades, Cosmetology, Auto mechanics, Furniture and Cabinet making, Drafting, Building Construction, Electronics and Electricity-thereby preparing graduates not only for degree programs but for employment or self - employment for students who cannot afford to go to College, as they have been equipped with the knowledge and skills on their fields of specialization.
Thirteen years hence, that was 1975, although the school still retained its name as Angadanan Vocational High School, it started to offer a post secondary education, a 2-year ladderized curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education with the different technology subjects as areas of specialization. Some of the graduates of this post secondary education continued to a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education (BSIE) Course at ISU Ilagan and other State Universities in Region II while others at EARIST, Manila. The rest easily found employment or opened their own shops.
            The school continued to grow as years passed by  and through the collaborative efforts of the members of the Sanggunian Bayan of Angadanan, a Municipal Resolution was drafted and endorsed to the then Assemblyman Rodolfo B. Albano who immediately acted on it sponsoring its conversion to Angadanan Agro-Industrial College. This was realized on June 24 1983 pursuant to Batas Pambansa Bilang 537. The main program was on Technical Vocational Education which aimed at preparing students for entrance to and advancement in the middle level technician position in the industry. DECS Order No. 59 series 1987, authorized the offering of technical courses using the competency–based instruction.
            From the time the school has become Angadanan Agro-Industrial College, significant events had transpired. The college had become one of the Regional Learning Centers in Region II, hosting the SEDP training for First Year Secondary School Teachers in Social Studies on April to May 1988. The following years from 1989 to 1991, SEDP training continued during summer from April to May for 2nd year, 3rd year, 4th year for Technology and Home Economics Secondary School teachers respectively. Since the college had been identified as a training center, it had become the favorite venue for DECS-PAVE-AVIP–sponsored seminars and trainings.
AAIC had been the Regional Production Center in the manufacture of steel tablet arm chairs, office tables, furniture and other fabricated materials. Different schools in the region, both elementary and secondary had been recipients of tablet arm chairs produced by the college.
In 1993, the BSIE program was opened with Automotive Technology, Electronics Technology, Electrical Technology, Industrial Arts Technology, Drafting Technology, Foods Technology, Garments Technology, Math & PEHM as special fields of specialization to choose from.
            In 1996, Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management course was opened which added to a tremendous increase in enrollment in college. Some of the graduates found themselves working abroad where others are employed in some fine Hotels and Restaurants in Region II.
In 1999, two courses in Education, Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) and bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd), were opened with Math, PHEM, Filipino and T.H.E as major areas of specialization.
As a college, increase in enrollment was unstoppable, physical resources has been improved, additional buildings were constructed, old buildings renovated and pathways in the campus were concreted. Items for teaching positions were allotted to the college. The college has since been committed to its philosophy, mission and vision.
            The then Angadanan Agro-Industrial College with a land area of 16 hectares, manned with 66 teaching and non-teaching personnel was formally integrated to the ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY on January 8, 2002 by virtue of R.A. 7722 otherwise known as Higher Modernization Act, of 1994 and R.A. 8292 otherwise known as Higher Modernization Act of 1997 and R.A. 8760 of the General Appropriations Act of 2000 for the enhancement of quality education, rationalization of tertiary education and maximization of resources and in compliance with the provisions of the Medium Term Development Plan. The then AAIC is now one of the youngest campuses of the ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY.
In 1999, The CHED Order no. 18 s. 1999 which provides the guidelines for the integration of CHED institutions (CSIs) to SUCs was enacted. Pursuant to this order the first CHED supervised institution that was integrated to the university is the Cauayan Polytechnic College at Cauayan, Isabela. In year 2002, three CSIs were again integrated into the system, namely the Roxas Memorial Agricultural and Industrial School (RMAIS) in Roxas, The Delfin Albano Memorial Institute of Agriculture and Technology and the Angadanan Agro-Industrial College (AAIC) in Angadanan, Isabela, Causing the ISU to have nine campuses at present. Emanating from a request from the Provincial Government of Isabela, the University extended its academic programs in Palanan effective First Semester SY 2005 – 2006. (University Strategic Plan 2007 -2011)
In May 2002, one of the courses proposed to be offered by the campus, the Associate in Computer Technology course was approved by the Board of Regents and so another course was added to its curricular offerings in June 2002. Another program BS Criminology was opened the following school year, June 2003.
Due to its commitment to provide the necessary skills and expertise for the country’s workforce, the campus offered Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BS Ind’l Tech) in 20____ with the following as major of specialization: Automotive Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics Technology, Drafting Technology, and Foods Technology.
In 2010, BSEd and BSInd’l Tech passed the Candidate Status of AACCUP.
The campus continuously improving its curriculum and program offerings to cater the needs of the industry. And so in June 2011, ISU-AC offered the Ladderized BS Ind’l Technology with  Automotive Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics Technology, and Foods Technology as major fields.
            June 2012 marks the opening of Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education (BTTE) to cater the need of the Basic Education sector particularly to respond to the need for the K-12 curriculum. This is to train future  teachers in Junior and Senior High Schools who will be offering the TechVoc strand.
             In December 2012, BSEd and BSInd’l Tech passed the Level I Accreditation Status of the AACCUP and BSC Candidate Status which added to the pride of the campus.
            More significant changes/developments are yet to come as the campus is trying to cope up with the ISU system and the national standards.
 
Head of the Campus prior to its integration to the system to present
Name of School

Title of

Campus Head

Name of the Head

Inclusive dates

of service

AVHS

Vocational

Administrator

Dr. Tomas A. Ratum June 16, 1979-1983
AAIC Vocational School Superintendent Dr. Tomas A. Ratum 1983-1991
AAIC Vocational School Superintendent Mr. Balbino G. Mangaoil 1991-1993
AAIC Vocational School Superintendent Dr. Ernesto Esteban 1993-1997
AAIC

Vocational School

Superintendent

Dr. Felipe P.

Ammugauan

1997-2002
 
 

Administration

 

Newly installed and newly purchased Equipment in ISU Angadanan


Newly installed bulletin boards under the covered walks and provision of potted plants along the front pathway.


Newly purchased wooden internet workstation and rattan sala set at the campus library.

Renovation of (3) classrooms in the Tech-Voc Building.


Renovation of the Hostel


Painting of the back portion of the ISU-AC Gymnasium and the Extension and Training Office.


Installation and painting of ceiling of the offices of the Socio Cultural Coordinator and Sports Coordinator.


Installation and painting of ceiling of the Male and Female CR at the campus gymnasium.


Repair of Pathway and Compost Pit.


Floor Tiling of the BS Education Program Faculty Office and the Campus RDET Hall.


Newly Installed Public Address System

Construction of Metal Matting Billboard

Floor Titling of the BSIT/BTTE Faculty Office and the ASHRM Room


Painting of the Boys Trade Building and Construction of an Assessment Area inside the building.


Acquisition of the BS Industrial Technology Major in Electronics Instructional Facilities



Acquisition of the BS Industrial Technology Major in Food and Service Management Instructional Facilities


Toyota Hi-Ace super custom van transferred without cost from LGU-Angadanan that will be used by the BSIT/BTTE Major in Automotive Students


The construction of the covered walk,Steel Matting and the landscaping in front of the BS Criminology Building.


Acquisition of the Laboratory equipment storage cabinet and the Bullet Comparison Microscope at the BS Criminology Building


Newly constructed Drinking Station at the BS Criminology and BS Education Department


Newly constructed Investigation and Dark Room at the BS Criminology Building

Newly constructed Laboratory Room at the ASHRM Building and its newly acquired facilities .


The new facilities in the Hostel for the ASHRM Program


Landscaping infront of the Science Building and the Administration Building


Installation of Electric Fan and Construction of Comfort Rooms at the Technology Building


Acquisition of new tables and chair and the floor tiling of the campus librarian’s office at the campus library.


Painting of the Technology Building


Painting and Renovation of the ACFA Office


Construction of Covered Walk and Drainage in front of the Administration Building

Newly constructed glass division at the RDET Office


Newly constructed wall fencing in front of the ISU Angadanan Campus


instrution

 

BSIT-II (Automotive) students who successfully passed the National Assessment on Driving NC-II

BSIT-I & BTTE-I (Automotive) students who successfully passed the National Assessment on Automotive Servicing NC-I


BSIT-II (Electronics) students who successfully passed the National Assessment on Consumer Electronics Servicing NC-II

BS Criminology Students during their Educational Field Tripat PDEA,Camp Crame,Senate,FNTI,PNP and NBP.


Research

 

Research1
Prof. Benjamin C. Bulawit while receiving his certificate during the Training-Workshop on Research Proposal Development and Packaging held at ISU Cauayan Campus on August 26-27, 2014
 
Research2
“The Improvised Electric Stove” a completed study of Mr. Romel B. Cristobal and Dr. Oscar G. Bangayan
 
 
Research3
The “Multipurpose Solar Powered Auto-electrical System Simulator”, a completed study of Prof. Ronie G. Torres and Engr. Franklin A. Samonte
 
 
Research4
The Multipurpose Demonstration Trainer for Electric Motor Controls, a research project of Eng. Franklin Samonte with Patent Application No. 2-2014-000564 filed on October 14, 2014
 
 
Research5
Prof. Luzviminda C. Antonio (opposite) and Prof Romel B. Cristobal (below) while  presenting their research proposal during the 2014 Agency Proposal Review held at CVARRD, ISU Echague Campus on February 13, 2014.
 
 
Research6
Dr. Warlito D. Antonio, Prof. Romel B. Cristobal and Prof. Ronie G. Torres (from top to bottom), presenting their papers during the 2014 Agency In-house Review held at CVARRD, ISU Echague Campus on November 3, 2014
 
 
Research7
 Prof. Romel B. Cristobal attendance and paper presentation to the IAMURE World Research Festival 2014 at Radisson Blu Hotel, Cebu City On May 1-3, 2014 

Extension

Lecture the mothers how to prepare jolly rolls, egg balls, puffs and waffles from cassava flour.


Processing of Samak Vinegar to women of Brgy. Sinabbaran, Angadanan, Isabela


Feeding Program at Brgy. Sinabbaran, Angadanan, Isabela


Research Development, Extension and Training (RDET) Review and Planning Workshop


Training on Bamboo Handicraft Manufacture LGU Angadanan Campus

 

ISU Angadanan Campus Welcome Program for the freshman and old students held last June 03, 2013 at ISU-AC Quadrangle

The faculty and students having mass ceremony, during the celebration of the ISU 35th Founding Anniversary Celebration June 10-11, 2013

The faculty and students during the celebration of the ISU 35th Founding Anniversary Celebration held last June 10-11, 2013

 

Dr. Bangayan Campus Director of ISU Angadanan delivered his message; students having an intermission no. during the 35th Founding Anniversary last June 10-11, 2013

The faculty and students during the celebration of the ISU 35th Founding Anniversary Celebration held last June 10-11, 2013

Awarding of 2013 CHED Region 02 Certificates of Excellence to the BSEd, BSIT and BS Criminology Programs on June 11, 2013 (35th Founding Anniversary Celebration of ISU) at the Campus Gymnasium.

OJT Orientation Program with the BSIT Fourth Year Students, their Parents, Intructors, Campus Officials and Mr. Ronie G. Torres, Chair of BSIT and BTTE Programs held on June 17, 2013 at the Campus RDET Hall


The Official School Publication of ISU Angadanan campus


The Faculty ,staff and students during the 2013 Intramuralsheld last September 5-6, 2013.


The candidates of the Mr and Ms Intramurals 2013 during the 2013 Intramurals held last September 5-6, 2013.


The students during their performances during the Cluster Meet 2013 held at ISU Echague Campus last Septemeber 19, 2013

 


Production

Sheep and Goat Production


Rice Production


Food Court


Ladies Dormitory


Internet Café


Banana Production


Videoke Production

 


History

 

Isabela State University Angadanan Campus had its humble beginnings. Looking back, it started as Angadanan Junior High School on August 14, 1946. After one year, it was renamed Angadanan High School. The school retained its name for 12 years until the late Congressman Delfin B. Albano worked for its conversion to Angadanan Vocational High School in 1962 by virtue of R.A. 3438. The school has expanded since then in terms of enrollment and number of teachers because of its enriched curriculum offerings like Vocational subjects as major subjects–Food trades, Garment trades, Cosmetology, Auto mechanics, Furniture and Cabinet making, Drafting, Building Construction, Electronics and Electricity-thereby preparing graduates not only for degree programs but for employment or self - employment for students who cannot afford to go to College, as they have been equipped with the knowledge and skills on their fields of specialization.
Thirteen years hence, that was 1975, although the school still retained its name as Angadanan Vocational High School, it started to offer a post secondary education, a 2-year ladderized curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education with the different technology subjects as areas of specialization. Some of the graduates of this post secondary education continued to a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education (BSIE) Course at ISU Ilagan and other State Universities in Region II while others at EARIST, Manila. The rest easily found employment or opened their own shops.
            The school continued to grow as years passed by  and through the collaborative efforts of the members of the Sanggunian Bayan of Angadanan, a Municipal Resolution was drafted and endorsed to the then Assemblyman Rodolfo B. Albano who immediately acted on it sponsoring its conversion to Angadanan Agro-Industrial College. This was realized on June 24 1983 pursuant to Batas Pambansa Bilang 537. The main program was on Technical Vocational Education which aimed at preparing students for entrance to and advancement in the middle level technician position in the industry. DECS Order No. 59 series 1987, authorized the offering of technical courses using the competency–based instruction.
            From the time the school has become Angadanan Agro-Industrial College, significant events had transpired. The college had become one of the Regional Learning Centers in Region II, hosting the SEDP training for First Year Secondary School Teachers in Social Studies on April to May 1988. The following years from 1989 to 1991, SEDP training continued during summer from April to May for 2nd year, 3rd year, 4th year for Technology and Home Economics Secondary School teachers respectively. Since the college had been identified as a training center, it had become the favorite venue for DECS-PAVE-AVIP–sponsored seminars and trainings.
AAIC had been the Regional Production Center in the manufacture of steel tablet arm chairs, office tables, furniture and other fabricated materials. Different schools in the region, both elementary and secondary had been recipients of tablet arm chairs produced by the college.
In 1993, the BSIE program was opened with Automotive Technology, Electronics Technology, Electrical Technology, Industrial Arts Technology, Drafting Technology, Foods Technology, Garments Technology, Math & PEHM as special fields of specialization to choose from.
            In 1996, Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management course was opened which added to a tremendous increase in enrollment in college. Some of the graduates found themselves working abroad where others are employed in some fine Hotels and Restaurants in Region II.
In 1999, two courses in Education, Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) and bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd), were opened with Math, PHEM, Filipino and T.H.E as major areas of specialization.
As a college, increase in enrollment was unstoppable, physical resources has been improved, additional buildings were constructed, old buildings renovated and pathways in the campus were concreted. Items for teaching positions were allotted to the college. The college has since been committed to its philosophy, mission and vision.
            The then Angadanan Agro-Industrial College with a land area of 16 hectares, manned with 66 teaching and non-teaching personnel was formally integrated to the ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY on January 8, 2002 by virtue of R.A. 7722 otherwise known as Higher Modernization Act, of 1994 and R.A. 8292 otherwise known as Higher Modernization Act of 1997 and R.A. 8760 of the General Appropriations Act of 2000 for the enhancement of quality education, rationalization of tertiary education and maximization of resources and in compliance with the provisions of the Medium Term Development Plan. The then AAIC is now one of the youngest campuses of the ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY.
In 1999, The CHED Order no. 18 s. 1999 which provides the guidelines for the integration of CHED institutions (CSIs) to SUCs was enacted. Pursuant to this order the first CHED supervised institution that was integrated to the university is the Cauayan Polytechnic College at Cauayan, Isabela. In year 2002, three CSIs were again integrated into the system, namely the Roxas Memorial Agricultural and Industrial School (RMAIS) in Roxas, The Delfin Albano Memorial Institute of Agriculture and Technology and the Angadanan Agro-Industrial College (AAIC) in Angadanan, Isabela, Causing the ISU to have nine campuses at present. Emanating from a request from the Provincial Government of Isabela, the University extended its academic programs in Palanan effective First Semester SY 2005 – 2006. (University Strategic Plan 2007 -2011)
In May 2002, one of the courses proposed to be offered by the campus, the Associate in Computer Technology course was approved by the Board of Regents and so another course was added to its curricular offerings in June 2002. Another program BS Criminology was opened the following school year, June 2003.
Due to its commitment to provide the necessary skills and expertise for the country’s workforce, the campus offered Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BS Ind’l Tech) in 20____ with the following as major of specialization: Automotive Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics Technology, Drafting Technology, and Foods Technology.
In 2010, BSEd and BSInd’l Tech passed the Candidate Status of AACCUP.
The campus continuously improving its curriculum and program offerings to cater the needs of the industry. And so in June 2011, ISU-AC offered the Ladderized BS Ind’l Technology with  Automotive Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics Technology, and Foods Technology as major fields.
            June 2012 marks the opening of Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education (BTTE) to cater the need of the Basic Education sector particularly to respond to the need for the K-12 curriculum. This is to train future  teachers in Junior and Senior High Schools who will be offering the TechVoc strand.
             In December 2012, BSEd and BSInd’l Tech passed the Level I Accreditation Status of the AACCUP and BSC Candidate Status which added to the pride of the campus.
            More significant changes/developments are yet to come as the campus is trying to cope up with the ISU system and the national standards.
 

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