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Welcome to Isabela State University
Jones Campus
           The Isabela State University Jones campus, just like any other institution of learning started from humble beginnings.
          Before the enactment of Presidential Decree 1434 which created a University in Isabela, collegiate courses had been offered at Junes Rural School from 1974. With the implementation of the decree in 1979, the collegiate courses of Jones Rural School were incorporated in the University System. This ushered in the birth of Jones campus of the University. The campus continued to offer the four-year Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA), the two-year Associate in Agriculture (AA), and the two-year Post Secondary Agriculture Technician (PSAT) – courses originally offered by Jones Rural School.
          Jones Campus was then headed by the Vocational School Administrator of Jones Rural School, the late Dr. Alejandro T. Flores, who was designated as Officer-in-Charge of the Campus. A few months later, the late Ms. Fidela I. Caramancion was designated as the first College Chairman of Jones Campus in order to have a separate identity from the secondary department, although the Campus was still housed at the JRS College Building. The instructional staff was manned by the following full-time professors:  Prof. Hermogenes Baldonado, Prof. Benigno J. Domingo, and Prof. Bibiana M. Nicolas. There were also faculty members from Jones Rural School who were part-time instructors/professors in the Campus. During the term of Ms. Caramancion, a new four-year course was added – the ladderized Bachelor of Agricultural Technology (BAT), where upon completion of the first two years, the student is given an Associate in Agricultural Technology (AAT) certificate.
       When the late Ms. Caramancion retired, Prof. Petronio N. Ancheta was appointed as the College Head. In addition to the part-time instructors/professors from the Jones Rural School, some members of the instructional staff from the Main Campus also assisted in handling some subjects in Jones.
       Upon the retirement of Prof. Ancheta, Prof. Julio T. Figarola took over as Head of the Campus. Feeling the waning popularity of Agriculture courses, a two-year academic preparatory program was added to the course offerings of the campus. This was the two-year Associate in Science (AS) program – a general preparatory course. Due to the increase in enrollment, two additional full-time professors were assigned in the Campus – Prof. Lucena M. Flores, a Social Science professor and Prof. Paulita A. Manaligod – a Language professor. Part-time instructional members continued to extend their expertise.
        When Prof. Figarola retired, Prof. Ernesto F. Juan became the College Chairman. Prof. Juan headed the Campus until when Prof. Diosdado R. Basug was appointed by the University as the new College Chairman. The enrollment of the Campus continued to increase and the need for a separate school site was urgently felt. It was during the incumbency of Prof. Basug that negotiations were started to have a separate land area for Jones Campus. With the assistance of the other members of the faculty and staff of Jones Campus, a two-hectare lot was donated by the Municipal Government under the leadership of the late Mayor Jesus T. Sebastian, Sr. This lot is a part of the original five-hectare college Farmville that was used by the College Department of Jones Rural School.
        Because of his desire to grow professionally, Prof. Basug went for study leave in June 2000. The leadership of the Campus was given to Dr. Paulita A. Manaligod as the new Executive Director. It was during this year that the Campus finally left the Jones Rural School to occupy the new College Building at the northeastern part of the national highway. Construction of building continued because of the yearly increase in enrollment. From the original four-classroom building in 20000, the Campus had four classrooms added in 2002. It was during the incumbency of Dr. Manaligod that additional  degree courses were added to the offerings of the Campus – the Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSE) and the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT), and Bachelor of Arts in General Education (AB). As a result of continuous career campaign in various high schools, enrollment for the first time surpassed the centennial mark.
      Upon the retirement of Dr. Manaligod in November 2004, the Campus was given to Dr. Joel L. Reyes as its new Executive Director. Filled with dynamism, the academic staff has been added to the roster of personnel. A Cyber-Library, a four classroom academic building and additional two-classroom building were established through his able leadership to house the students whose population dramatically increased five times the original number since 2004. In addition, the Campus can now boast of several projects as show-windows of the continued rise to fame and popularity of Jones Campus.
       During all these years of its existence, Jones Campus has never been left out in competitions in research, extension, instruction and socio-literary, not only within the University System, but also with other branches of government and other educational institutions.  The results in board/licensure examinations for Teachers and Criminologists of the campus, being consistently higher than the national passing percentage, prove to have the campus metamorphosed a lot from its humble beginnings.

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


Administration

 

LIBRARY ACQUISITIONS
The Library purchased 82 titles, 218 volumes of books, subscribed to 11 titles of periodicals.

Print Title Volume
Books 82 218
Periodicals 11 354
 

 

Nonprint Type of Material Quantity
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 Enrollment Summary for First Semester, 2013-2014

Course

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

Fourth Year

TOTAL

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

126

0

0

0

126

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English

77

52

58

48

235

Bachelor of Science in Criminology

55

43

23

30

151

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Ladderized)

0

74

41

37

152

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

54

0

1

12

67

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Ladderized)

135

86

40

26

287

TOTAL

447

255

163

153

1,018

     The University Board of Regents has approved a new curriculum for the degree Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and the curriculum was implemented during the first semester of the current school year. Consequently, there are no enrollees for the 2nd year up to 4th year under the new curriculum and 1st year under the old curriculum.
     In the case of the Bachelor of Elementary Education program of the campus, the program was closed for three (3) years but it was revived during the 1st semester.

 

Enrollment Summary for Second Semester, 2013-2014

Course First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year TOTAL
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology 104 0 0 0 104
Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English 70 53 57 39 219
Bachelor of Science in Criminology 53 41 23 27 144
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Ladderized) 0 73 46 34 153
Bachelor of Elementary Education 53 0 0 8 61
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Ladderized) 109 86 42 24 261
CPE 6 6
TOTAL 395 253 168 132 948

There was a decrease of enrollment in the Second Semester as expected. Previous data show that enrollment went down during the Second Semester of every school year and this year, a 7% decrease is noted.


Research

 

Published Researches for 2013
YIELD PERFORMANCE OF PINILISA (UPLAND RICE) ON DIFFERENT SEEDING RATES
Catherine G. Romo and Amalia Antalan
RESPONSE OF UPLAND RICE (PINILISA) ON DIFFERENT BENEFICIAL MICROORGANISMS
Catherine G. Romo, Edgardo B. Sario, William M. Gabriel, Biley E. Temanel, Jonalyn dela Rosa
RESPONSE OF FREE-RANGE COBB BROILER CHICKENS TO DIFFERENT FEEDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Joel L. Reyes, Oliva M. Gaffud, Kristine Mae C. Sadang, Kent Kerby M. Baccal
PERFORMANCE OF BROILER CHICKENS SUPPLEMENTED WITH INDIGENEOUS FEED RESOURCES UNDER EXTENSIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Oliva M. Gaffud, Joel L. Reyes, Kristine Mae C. Sadang, Reynaldo M. Bigio, Jr.
NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTATION FOR THE GROWTH OF MUSHROON (Pleurotus ostreatus)
Kristine Mae C. Sadang
SENSORY EVALUATION AND CARCASS CHARACTERISTICS OF BROILERS FED WITH BANANA REJECT ENRICHED WITH MALUNGGAY LEAF MEAL
Kristine Mae C. Sadang, Jay Chris A. Ducos
MALUNGGAY, TRICHANTERA AND SWEET POTATO LEAF MEAL ON THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF BROILERS
Kristine Mae C. Sadang, Christopher R. Martin
ORGANOLEPTIC AND CARCASS ANALYSIS OF BROILERS FED WITH SWEET POTATO, TRICHANTERA AND MALUNGGAY LEAF MEAL
Oliva M. Gaffud, Kristine Mae C. Sadang, Jazpher Jake R. Daguio
SWEET POTATO LEAF MEAL ON THE GROWTH PERFORMAMANCE OF BROILER
Oliva M. Gaffud and Rosalito A. Tagalog
EVALUATION OF WEED CONTROL PRACTICES ON UPLAND RICE
William M. Gabriel, Edgardo B. Sario, Catherine G. Romo, Jelline B. Suguitan
 
THE EDUCATORS’ PERSPECTIVES ON THE MOTHER TOUNGU-BASED MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION IN ECHAGUE SOUTH DISTRICT
Manuel B. Cabungcal, Jr.
 
VISION AND STYLE IN HENRIK IBSEN’S “THE LADY FROM THE SEA”
Manuel B. Cabungcal, Jr.
 
PROBLEM-SOLVING EFFICACY OF COLLEGE ALGEBRA STUDENTS OF ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY: ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THEIR MATHEMATICS PERFORMANCE
Oscar C. Anoling, Jr.
 
THE LEVEL OF READING DIFFICULTIES OF GRADE 7 STUDENTS OF JONES RURAL SCHOOL
Roxan T. Bayan, Frederick Soriano
 
THE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EFFICIENCY OF DESIGNATED STAFF IN THE PERFORMANCE  OF THEIR ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISORY
Edgardo B. Sario
 
SMS-BASED GRADE EVALUATION SYSTEM OF ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY – JONES CAMPUS
Rowell F. Santiago
 
STUDENT ATTENDANCE MONITORING SYSTEM USING BIOMETRICS WITH SMS APPLICATION OF ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY – JONES CAMPUS
Rowell F. Santiago


Extension

 

1.         BUKLAT-AKLAT READING LITERACY PROGRAM

            Program Leader            :           Education Department

            Program Beneficiaries   :           Palagao Day Care Center

2.         I READ REMEDIAL READING PROGRAM

Program Leader            :           Education Department

            Program Beneficiaries   :           Jones Rural School students

3.         COMPUTER LITERACY PROGRAM

Program Leader            :           IT Department

            Program Beneficiaries   :           AFP, BFP, PNP

4.         EDUCATORS’ INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TRAINING

Program Leader            :           IT Department

            Program Beneficiaries   :           DepEd Teachers

 


Production

 

Project Gross Income Total Expenditures Net Income
Canteen Rental 23 550    23 550
Photocopy 24 930 11 850  13 080
ID 30 135    30 135
ID Lace 37 170    37 170
Toga Rental 28 700    28 700
Classcard 544         544
Manuals 2007.50      2007.50
Books 7 607.60      7 607.60
Room Rental 250         250
TOTAL     143 044.00
 

History
            The Isabela State University Jones campus, just like any other institution of learning started from humble beginnings.
          Before the enactment of Presidential Decree 1434 which created a University in Isabela, collegiate courses had been offered at Junes Rural School from 1974. With the implementation of the decree in 1979, the collegiate courses of Jones Rural School were incorporated in the University System. This ushered in the birth of Jones campus of the University. The campus continued to offer the four-year Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA), the two-year Associate in Agriculture (AA), and the two-year Post Secondary Agriculture Technician (PSAT) – courses originally offered by Jones Rural School.
          Jones Campus was then headed by the Vocational School Administrator of Jones Rural School, the late Dr. Alejandro T. Flores, who was designated as Officer-in-Charge of the Campus. A few months later, the late Ms. Fidela I. Caramancion was designated as the first College Chairman of Jones Campus in order to have a separate identity from the secondary department, although the Campus was still housed at the JRS College Building. The instructional staff was manned by the following full-time professors:  Prof. Hermogenes Baldonado, Prof. Benigno J. Domingo, and Prof. Bibiana M. Nicolas. There were also faculty members from Jones Rural School who were part-time instructors/professors in the Campus. During the term of Ms. Caramancion, a new four-year course was added – the ladderized Bachelor of Agricultural Technology (BAT), where upon completion of the first two years, the student is given an Associate in Agricultural Technology (AAT) certificate.
       When the late Ms. Caramancion retired, Prof. Petronio N. Ancheta was appointed as the College Head. In addition to the part-time instructors/professors from the Jones Rural School, some members of the instructional staff from the Main Campus also assisted in handling some subjects in Jones.
       Upon the retirement of Prof. Ancheta, Prof. Julio T. Figarola took over as Head of the Campus. Feeling the waning popularity of Agriculture courses, a two-year academic preparatory program was added to the course offerings of the campus. This was the two-year Associate in Science (AS) program – a general preparatory course. Due to the increase in enrollment, two additional full-time professors were assigned in the Campus – Prof. Lucena M. Flores, a Social Science professor and Prof. Paulita A. Manaligod – a Language professor. Part-time instructional members continued to extend their expertise.
        When Prof. Figarola retired, Prof. Ernesto F. Juan became the College Chairman. Prof. Juan headed the Campus until when Prof. Diosdado R. Basug was appointed by the University as the new College Chairman. The enrollment of the Campus continued to increase and the need for a separate school site was urgently felt. It was during the incumbency of Prof. Basug that negotiations were started to have a separate land area for Jones Campus. With the assistance of the other members of the faculty and staff of Jones Campus, a two-hectare lot was donated by the Municipal Government under the leadership of the late Mayor Jesus T. Sebastian, Sr. This lot is a part of the original five-hectare college Farmville that was used by the College Department of Jones Rural School.
        Because of his desire to grow professionally, Prof. Basug went for study leave in June 2000. The leadership of the Campus was given to Dr. Paulita A. Manaligod as the new Executive Director. It was during this year that the Campus finally left the Jones Rural School to occupy the new College Building at the northeastern part of the national highway. Construction of building continued because of the yearly increase in enrollment. From the original four-classroom building in 20000, the Campus had four classrooms added in 2002. It was during the incumbency of Dr. Manaligod that additional  degree courses were added to the offerings of the Campus – the Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSE) and the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT), and Bachelor of Arts in General Education (AB). As a result of continuous career campaign in various high schools, enrollment for the first time surpassed the centennial mark.
      Upon the retirement of Dr. Manaligod in November 2004, the Campus was given to Dr. Joel L. Reyes as its new Executive Director. Filled with dynamism, the academic staff has been added to the roster of personnel. A Cyber-Library, a four classroom academic building and additional two-classroom building were established through his able leadership to house the students whose population dramatically increased five times the original number since 2004. In addition, the Campus can now boast of several projects as show-windows of the continued rise to fame and popularity of Jones Campus.
       During all these years of its existence, Jones Campus has never been left out in competitions in research, extension, instruction and socio-literary, not only within the University System, but also with other branches of government and other educational institutions.  The results in board/licensure examinations for Teachers and Criminologists of the campus, being consistently higher than the national passing percentage, prove to have the campus metamorphosed a lot from its humble beginnings.

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ContactInformation
Isabela State University
Jones Campus
 
Contact Details:
DR. TEODORO A. REYES, JR. Campus Administrator 
09058443075
 
Address:Barangay 2, Jones, Isabela

 

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