Cabagan

 

Welcome to Isabela State University
Angadanan Campus

 

The Isabela State University at Cabagan is an institution of higher learning whose vital rule is to provide quality education designed to prepare men and women who can meet the imperatives of country side development.

          Pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 1434, the Isabela State University at Cabagan, working hand in hand with the other units/campuses, strives to serve as ‘an instrument toward the rapid  development of the natural and manpower resources of Region 2, particularly of the Province of Isabela.”

           The establishment of a state university in this part of the Cagayan Valley region dates back to early 1916 when the Isabela Farm School, operating on the elementary level was opened and converted later into Cabagan, Rural High School which continued to exist until 1937. Thereafter, its operation was reverted to the elementary level under the name Cabagan,  Farm School  and persisted long after World War II.

            In response to popular demand for the re-establishment of a high school in the locality, Cabagan High School was finally opened in 1950. It operated under the financial support of the provincial government of Isabela until its conversion into Cabagan National Agricultural School in 1958 by virtue of Republic Act No. 1989. Offering secondary agriculture and secondary homemaking curricula for boys and girls, respectively, this school became the forerunner of what was to become a state college, the Cagayan Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT).

           On June 18, 1961, the Cagayan Valley Institute of Technology was established by virtue of Republic Act No. 3442. Sponsoring the CVIT’s  conversion into a state college were former Congessmen Delfin B. Albano, Leonardo B. Perez, and Benjamin  T. Ligot of Isabela, Nueva Viscaya , and Cagayan, respectively . The College charter provided among other things, the offering of secondary general and vocational courses as well as collegiate agricultural courses, On July 1, 1963, the Institution started to offer collegiate classes.

           Fully aware of its leadership role along the major thrusts of education for regional and national development, the Cagayan Valley Institute of Technology has steadfastly joined the trend towards restructuring higher education and redirecting its goals until its recent conversion and integration into a state university on June 10, 1978, by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 1434. Over the years, the institution has been functioning to provide a kind of education and training that can turn out competent and qualified manpower through its educational, research and extension programs.

         In March 15, 2011, the board of Regents of Isabela State University approved the institutionalization of the Center for Cagayan Valley Programme on Environment and Development (CCVPED) into the Isabela State University, provided it conforms to the existing laws, rules and policies.

          Today the Isabela State University at Cabagan, in the process of development assumes numerous and comprehensive functions in providing necessary training and expertise in the sciences and technology and also provides technical assistance to communities through its research and extension components.

Organizational Chart || Campus Officials ||Staff Profiles || Faculty Profiles

 


Administration
 

List of Infrastructure Projects Completed

Name of Project Location in  Campus* Project Cost Date of Completion University fund/SDF
Construction of Covered Walk (Phase III) Garita, Cabagan, Isabela

586,661.70

3/18/2013

SDF
Construction of Administration Building (Phase IV) Garita, Cabagan, Isabela 1,514,655.76 5/28/2013
Construction of Clonal Nursery (Phase I) Garita, Cabagan, Isabela

1,580,874.31

2/18/2013

Books and Journals and other library acquisitions

ITEMS ACQUIRED Classification/ Program Supported No of units/pieces
Books Research 1
Social Sciences 5
Languages 6
Business 32
Pure Science 12
Travel & History 2
Journals
Magazines 10
Newspaper 364

List of Other Library Acquisition

Title Quantity
Purchased Donation
Titles Volumes Titles Volumes
CD’s 2 2 - -
MAPS 6 6 - -

List of Equipment Procured for Library

EQUIPMENT/FURNITURE QUANTITY UNIT
Barcode Scanner 1 unit
Computer set 10 units
LCD Projector (Nec) 1 unit
Photocopier (Ineo) 1 unit
Monoblock chairs 100 pcs.

Name of Items Qty. Unit Value Total Value Received By:
rubber hammer 4 150.00 600.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Pliers 4 595.00 2,380.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Soldering pen 6 595.00 3,570.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Soldering gun 2 1,500.00 3,000.00 CTE- Nilda A.
spring balance 6 300.00 1,800.00 CTE- Nilda A.
rubber tubing 5 60.00 300.00 CTE- Nilda A.
power supply 2 4,250.00 8,500.00 CTE- Nilda A.
multi tester 2 935.00 1,870.00 CTE- Nilda A.
meter glass tubing 2 85.00 170.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Cork stopper 25 20.00 500.00 CTE- Nilda A.
1 hole rubber stopper 10 15.00 150.00 CTE- Nilda A.
2 hole rubber stopper 10 18.00 180.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Lab. Thermometer 6 255.00 1,530.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Ph meter Thomas cat No. 1229F20, us 2 4,100.00 8,200.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Inter core i3 20 17,181.00 343,620.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Bosh Hot air blower 1 1,700.00 1,700.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Wall fan 6 1,360.00 8,160.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Epson printer 2 7,131.55 14,263.10 CTE- Nilda A.
Punching and binding machine 1 15,937.95 15,973.95 CTE- Nilda A.
Monobloc chair, uratex 50 280.00 14,000.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Classmate chair, URATEX 150 680.00 102,000.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Canon 3-in-1 printer 1 3,450.00 3,450.00 CTE- Nilda A.
LCD Projector holder, universal bracket 12 2,250.00 27,000.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Epson 3 in 1 printer with CIS 2 7,700.00 15,400.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Glue gun, big 1 290.00 290.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Photo album 24 245.00 5,880.00 CTE- Nilda A.
Office table 1 CDCAS- Richelle A.
Padlock, yale 2 150.00 300.00 Extension- Adora A.
Steel filing cabinet 2 10,450.00 20,900.00 Extension- Adora A.
GE digital Cam. 1 5,535.00 5,535.00 Extension- Adora A.
5839 Galaxy ace mini 1 2,000.00 2,000.00 Extension- Adora A.
Tabas 1 160.00 160.00 SEPPO- Dominic A.
USB, kingston 1 350.00 350.00 Acctg.
Classmate chair, URATEX 150 565.00 84,750.00 CTE-OIC Avelina B.
Calculator, Casio 1 340.00 340.00 Personnel- Sheila Ann B.
Epson printer, L210 with CIS 1 7,700.00 7,700.00 Personnel- Sheila Ann B.
Stapler with remover 1 90.00 90.00 Grace B.
Stapler with remover 1 100.00 100.00 Dr. Eileen B.
USB, Imation 1 350.00 350.00 Marites B.
Stapler with remover 1 100.00 100.00 Boyet B.
Steel filing cabinet, hermaco 1 10,000.00 10,000.00 Milagros B.
Sprayer, Tung ho 1 2,500.00 2,500.00 Milagros B.

instrution

List of Administrative/Facilitative staff taking up advanced degrees

Name of Staff Degree Pursued University Where Enrolled

Scholarship/

Sponsor

Expected Date of Completion Other relevant Information(e.g) part time or full time
Abigail Balabbo Dental Hygiene National University None 2014 Full time
Geraldine J. Paguigan Master of Science in Environment Studies ISU Cabagan 2016 Weekend Classes
Shiela D. Bacud MAEd Social Science ISU Cabagan 2016 Weekend Classes

List of Faculty who graduated with Advance Education

Name of Staff Degree Pursued University Where Enrolled

Scholarship/

Sponsor

Date of Completion Other relevant Information(e.g) part time or full time
Miladis M. Afidchao Ph.D. in Conservation Biology Leiden University, The Netherlands Louwes Oxford University November 2013
Samuel R. Simon Ph. D. Agricultural Engineering Central State Luzon State University, Nueva Ecija DOST
Oscar Cardenas Ph. D. in Forestry University of the Philippines April 2013
Marlon Manuel Ph. D. Language Cagayan State University

List of Administrative/ Facilitative staff graduated with advanced degrees

Name of Staff

Degree Pursued

University Where Enrolled

Scholarship/

Sponsor

Date of Completion Other relevant Information(e.g) part time or full time
Joy Paguirigan MBA St. Louis Tuguegarao None April 2013 Weekend Classes
Katherine M. Zipagan MBA St. Louis Tuguegarao None May 2013 Weekend Classes
  

List of Promoted Administrative/ Facilitative Staff

Name Previous Rank Promotion Effective Date
Geraldine J. Paguigan

Planning OfAdministrative Aide IV

ficer I

Administrative Officer III

September 27, 2013

Jude Valiant Galangco Administrative Officer I September 27, 2013
Myrna C. Claravall Administrative Aide VI Administrative II September 27, 2013
Jolito Binag Security Guard I Security Guard III September 27, 2013
Marino Cureg Administrative Aide I Administrative Aide III September 27, 2013
Randy Morillo Security Guard I Security Officer I November 18, 2013

List of Administrative/ Facilitative Staff Hired with Plantilla Item

Name Plantilla Item Effective Date
Martial Tarun Administrative Aide I September 27, 2013
Grace Bagunu Administrative Aide III September 27, 2013
Victoria Zipagan Administrative Aide III November 18, 2013

List of Promoted Faculty

NAME PRESENT RANK

UPGRADED FACULTY RANK

UNDER NBC 461

1. Allam, Herminia G. Associate Professor III Associate Professor . IV
2. Angolluan, Enriqueta B. Assistant Professor IV Associate Professor I
3. Baccay, Avelina G. Assistant Professor IV Associate Professor I
4. Bacud, Donnie C. Instructor III Assistant Professor I
5. Bareng, Jeoffrey Lloyd R. Instructor I Assistant Professor II
6. Beltran, Roselle M. Assistant Professor II Assistant Professor III
7. Cabauatan, Jane G. Assistant Professor IV Professor IV
8. Cureg, Myrna C. Professor I Professor III
9. Guzman, Litop Jr. S. Instructor II Assistant Professor III
10. Jacinto, Daniel C. Associate Professor V Professor III
11. Laggur, Jerry Z. Instructor I Assistant Professor III
12. Luna, Gabriel L. Associate Professor III Associate Prof. III
13. Macaballug, Marilyn L. Assistant Professor IV Associate Professor I
15. Mangabat, Cecilia B. Associate Professor I Associate Professor III
16. Ong, Heherson B. Assistant Professor 11 Assistant Professor 111
17. Perez, Maricon R. Instructor 11 Assistant Professor I1
18. Ponce, Henedina P. Assistant Professor IV Associate Professor 1
19. Ramirez, Richard C. Professor 1 Professor IV
20. Ramos, MyrnaT. Assistant Professor 111 Associate Professor 11
21. Simon, Samuel R. Associate Professor 111 Associate Professor V

Research

Extension

ANNUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT (2013)

1.  Number of normal and abnormal laboratory results reviewed 2896
2.  Number of referred patients to Medical specialists 48

3.  Medical Certificates issued:

      a. students

      b. staff

2567

4. First Aid Treatment 276

5. Minor Ailments Treated

              Diarrhea

              Acute Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (AURI)

              Vertigo/Dizziness

              Hypertension

              EENT cases

              Skin Diseases

              Abdominal pain

              Dysmenorrhea

              Hypersensitivity reaction

              UTI

              Arthritic pain

              Gastritis

              I&D/ Suturing

              Dressing of wounds

              Anemia and other Nutritional Diseases

              Minor physical Injuries secondary to Vehicular

               accidents( motorcycle)

              Viral Diseases

195

454

16

21

18

36

67

91

23

34

12

16

42

75

67

36

6. Number of patients given with medications:

              a. oral route

              b. parenteral route

              c. ophthalmic route

1198

32

29

7. Recorded Vital signs 3,321

8. Health counseling

               Students

               Staff

231

54

10. First Aider

                   Campus Intramurals

16 hours

11. First Aider

                    Quadrangular Meet, Ilagan, Isabela

72 hours

12. NSTP Lecturer

       Topics: First Aid Treatment

                     Basic Life Support

                     BLS Demo and Return-Demo

8 hours

8 hours

8 hours

13. First Aider, Tactical Inspection (February 28, 2013)

8 hours
14. Updated Medical Records 451
15. Number of patients prescribed with medicines 342

16. College Visitation

         CTE

         PTIA

         CDCAS

CFEM

215 students seen and examined

165 sttudents seen and examined

547 students seen and examined

17. Home Visit 31
18. Inspected different boarding houses within ISU Campus 38
19. Lecturer, BS Sociology Symposium on Family Planning and Responsible Parenthood. 2 hours
20. Participated as First Aider in ASCU-SOLID NORTH, Benguet State University ( May 1-4, 2013) 96 hours

21. Civic Action (CVAC) Participated:

                Casibarag Sur, Cabagan, Isabela

                San Antonio, Cabagan, Isabela

                San Juan, Cabagan, Isabela

                Casibarag Norte, Cabagan, Isabela

                Sawi, Cabagan, Isabela

250 patients seen and examined

130 patients seen and examined

250 patients seen and examined

250 Patients seen and examined

180 patients seen and examined

22. Participated in the Medical Mission organized By DSS at Cumabao, Tumauini, Isabela 147 patients served
23.Participated at the Medical Mission Organized by CDCAS 129 patients served
24. Participated in the Campus orientation programs in different colleges.
25. Organized Blood Letting Activity at Medical Unit, ISUCabagan. 40 blood donors
26. Lecturer, NSTP (DRUGS and Drug addiction) 4 hours
27. Lecturer, CTE students (Family Planning and STD) 4 hours

Production

SEEDLINGS PRODUCTION

tree

WINE PRODUCTION

wine

VEGETABLE PRODUCTION

1

2

3

4

MILKY MUSHROOM PRODUCTION

white

white2

ORNAMENTAL PLANTS PRODUCTION

plants

CAMPUS WATER PURIFYING STATION

water


History

The Isabela State University at Cabagan is an institution of higher learning whose vital rule is to provide quality education designed to prepare men and women who can meet the imperatives of country side development.

          Pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 1434, the Isabela State University at Cabagan, working hand in hand with the other units/campuses, strives to serve as ‘an instrument toward the rapid  development of the natural and manpower resources of Region 2, particularly of the Province of Isabela.”

           The establishment of a state university in this part of the Cagayan Valley region dates back to early 1916 when the Isabela Farm School, operating on the elementary level was opened and converted later into Cabagan, Rural High School which continued to exist until 1937. Thereafter, its operation was reverted to the elementary level under the name Cabagan,  Farm School  and persisted long after World War II.

            In response to popular demand for the re-establishment of a high school in the locality, Cabagan High School was finally opened in 1950. It operated under the financial support of the provincial government of Isabela until its conversion into Cabagan National Agricultural School in 1958 by virtue of Republic Act No. 1989. Offering secondary agriculture and secondary homemaking curricula for boys and girls, respectively, this school became the forerunner of what was to become a state college, the Cagayan Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT).

           On June 18, 1961, the Cagayan Valley Institute of Technology was established by virtue of Republic Act No. 3442. Sponsoring the CVIT’s  conversion into a state college were former Congessmen Delfin B. Albano, Leonardo B. Perez, and Benjamin  T. Ligot of Isabela, Nueva Viscaya , and Cagayan, respectively . The College charter provided among other things, the offering of secondary general and vocational courses as well as collegiate agricultural courses, On July 1, 1963, the Institution started to offer collegiate classes.

           Fully aware of its leadership role along the major thrusts of education for regional and national development, the Cagayan Valley Institute of Technology has steadfastly joined the trend towards restructuring higher education and redirecting its goals until its recent conversion and integration into a state university on June 10, 1978, by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 1434. Over the years, the institution has been functioning to provide a kind of education and training that can turn out competent and qualified manpower through its educational, research and extension programs.

         In March 15, 2011, the board of Regents of Isabela State University approved the institutionalization of the Center for Cagayan Valley Programme on Environment and Development (CCVPED) into the Isabela State University, provided it conforms to the existing laws, rules and policies.

          Today the Isabela State University at Cabagan, in the process of development assumes numerous and comprehensive functions in providing necessary training and expertise in the sciences and technology and also provides technical assistance to communities through its research and extension components.

 


CoursesOffered

 

 

Organizations

 

LIST OF RECOGNIZED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

SY 2014-2015

  1. Campus-Based  Organizations
    1. Supreme Student Council
    2. Koro Amariong
    3. LGU-Cabagan Scholars  Society
    4. REACH Campus Ministry
    5. Student Christian Society Cabagan Chapter
    6. Teatro Ybanag
    7. The Planters Campus Ministry
    8. Young Environmentalist Society (YES)

   B. College/Program-based Organizations

B.1 College of Forestry and Environmental Management (CFEM)

            1. Forestry Student Body Organization (FESBO)

            2. CFEM Socio-Cultural Club

3. Young Environmentalists Society

B.2 Provincial Technical Institute of Agriculture (PTIA)

            1. Agriculture Student Body Organization (ASBO)

            2. Agribusiness Society

            3. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Society

            4. DAT-BAT Society

B.3 College of Teacher Education (CTE)

            1. Education Student Body Organization (ESBO)

            2. BEED Society

            3. BSED Society

            4. Circle of Future Science Educators

            5. English Club

            6. Filipino Club

            7. Historical Society

            8. Math and Science Club

            9. Future Hotelier and Restaurant and Restaurateurs Club (FHRC)

B.4 College of Development Communication and Arts & Sciences (CDCAS)

            1. CDCAS Student Body Organization

            2. AB Sociological Society

3. ISUC-Biological Society

4. Computer Engineering Students Club

5. Development Communicators Society

6. Information and Communications Technology Society

7. Physical Educational Recreational Circle

8. Prime Mover Society

9. Society of Junior Law Enforcers


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Isabela State University
Cabagan Campus
 
Contact Details:
Richard C. Ramirez - Executive Director 
Telephone : (078) 636-3154 or 636-3155
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Address: Garita Heights, Cabagan, Isabela
 

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