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Welcome to Isabela State University
Roxas Campus

 

The Isabela State University Roxas Campus is one of the campuses of the Isabela State University System which was established on June 10, 1978  by virture of P.D. 1434 (Merging the two major colleges: the CVIT at Cabagan and the ISCA at Echague and absorbed the college offerings of ISAT at Ilagan, SMVIS at San Mateo, JRS at Jones and RMAIS at Roxas, all in the province of Isabela).  It is the only government institution of higher learning in the Western part of Isabela (Mallig Plains).
From the year of its establishment to year 1995, the ISU-Roxas Campus is operating at barangay Matusalem.  In the year 1995, Hon Faustino S. Dy., Jr. donated a two-hectare land area located at barangay Rang-ayan, Roxas, Isabela, as an extension.  In the same year, the campus transferred its operation to the said site.
On April 14, 2000, the ISU Board of Regents approved the integration of the Roxas Memorial Agricultural and Industrial School to the ISU System in pursuance to R.A. 7722, 8292 and CHED Memorandum Order No. 18, s. 1999.  Thus, effective first semester of S.Y. 2000-2001, the academic programs of RMAIS was integrated to ISU Roxas Campus except its financial appropriation.  On January 1, 2002, RMAIS was fully integrated to ISU Roxas Campus.
The Campus has a total land area of 1,304,093 square meters and has three sites  strategically located in the  Municipality of Roxas, at  barangay Rang-ayan which is the new site and at barangay Matusalem where the old and mid sites are situated. 
The Campus is acknowledged as the Provincial Center of Excellence in the field of fisheries in the year 2010 while other programs like BSA, BSAB, BSE, BSIT and BSF programs were all Level 1I accredited by the AACCUP  for the School Year 2013.

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


Administration

Name of Total Source Date
Project Nature of Project Cost Fund Started Status
1. Student Rest Rooms - Construction of Left wing        337,328.00 SDF  1/8/2014 Completed
      (New site)    Rest Room for female and
  repair/renovation of existing
  rest room  for male students.
2. Library - Old site Repair of dilapidated Science     1,210,560.37 F-164 March, 2014 Completed
  Building Library
3. Library  -Midsite Construction of partitions &           75,512.23 F-164  7/21/14 Completed
  ceilings of room intended for
  Mini -library
4. Conference room & 2 installation of ceilings and        185,446.72 F-164 7/23/2014 Completed
       classroom repair   electrical wirings
5. Computer Room  ( Old site) repair of dilapidated ceilings 17204.31 F-164 7/9/2014 Completed
  of old library converted to
  lComputer Lab. Room.
6. Classroom Rehabilitation Repair of right and left wings        300,406.50 F-164  8/1/14 For Funding
    (Old site)   of the dilapidated Vo-Ag. Bldg. (For completion
  w/ 4 classroom purposes.  of ceilings and
  electrical
  wirings instal-
  lation)
7. Classroom Rehabilitation repair of main building of        703,150.79 F-164 10/1/2014 For Funding
       (Old site)  dilapidated Vo-Ag. Bldg. w/ (For completion
 5 rooms intended for class-  of ceilings and
 room purposes.   electrical
  wirings instal-
  lation)

 


instrution

Accreditation status of academic programs across campuses

PROGRAM ACCREDITATION  STATUS
Undergraduate
       Bachelor in Secondary Education Level 2
       BS Agribusiness Level 1
       BS Agriculture Level 1
       BS Criminology Level 1
       BS Fisheries Level 1
       BS Information Technology Level 2

Total enrolment per college

COLLEGE 1ST SEMESTER SY 2014-2015 2ND SEMESTER SY 2014-2015 SUMMER SY 2014 TOTAL
BS-FISHERIES 83 81 13             177
BS-AGRICULTURE 518 491 105          1,114
BS-AGRIBUSINESS 376 369 65             810
BS-SECONDARY EDUCATION 613 501 254          1,368
BS-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 743 674 40          1,457
BS-CRIMINOLOGY 239 203 37             479
HIGH SCHOOL 77 77             154
TOTAL          2,649          2,396             514          5,559

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

Seminars/ Trainings Attended

TYPES / TITLES OF SEMINARS/ TRAININGS/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED NUMBER OF STUDENT - PARTICIPANTS DATE
Local ( Provincial, Institutional)
1.     Symposium on Security Awareness 13-Aug-14
2.     School Press Conference on Campus Journalism 58 Sept. 25-26, 2014
3.     Peer Counselling
4.     3rd Technopreneurship Summit 170 Dec. 4-5, 2014
113 Feb. 19-20, 2015
Regional
1.     Lakbay –Turo 2014 68 8-May-14
2.     PACSA 9 Nov. 22-25, 2014
3.     Regional School Press Conference 5 Dec. 22-23, 2014
National
1.     Y4IT 107 Sept. 10-12, 2014
2.     PACSA 1 Sept.12-16, 2014
3.     Update for GET-Excel & iBEST 4 Sept. 27-31, 2014
International
1.     WCARP International Conference 1 Sept. 10-12, 2014

 


Research

Title of Research Research/ Faculty Involve) Title of Undertaking Where paper was presented Date Venue Awards Received
Job Performance of Security Guards  at Isabela State University –Roxas Campus Mrs. Victorina V. Metilla Criminology In- House Review and cluster In house Review March 17 and March 21, 2014 ISU-Roxas and ISU- Cauayan Campus 3rd best Research (local) and 1st (Best Poster)  in Social Research (cluster)
Personnel Attendance Monitoring System with Biometric Mr. Audelon R. Benito IT Capstone Projects/ Researches In –House Review & Search for Best Undergraduate Research –Cauayan Cluster March 20,2014 ISU-Roxas and ISU- Cauayan Campus 1st place
(Best Research )
(local)
March 21,2014 (Best Research )
(local)
Antioxidant Capacity and Metabolic Response of Red Striped Snapper Lutjanus erythropterus fed diet with astaxanthin, selenium and/or vitamin e Prof. Isagani P. Angeles Fisheries Research March 19 and March 21, 2014 ISU-Roxas and ISU- Cauayan Campus 1st place
In- House Review and (Both )
Search for Best Undergraduate Research Cauayan Cluster Technical Category
Inhibitory effect of acacia Samanea saman and Quillaja saponaria extract against some bacteria in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Prof. Isagani P. Angeles Fisheries Research March 19 and March 21, 2014 ISU-Roxas and ISU- Cauayan Campus 1st place (Best poster)
In- House Review and (Both )
Search for Best Undergraduate Research Cauayan Cluster Technical Category
Performance characteristics of Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus fed diet with distiller‘s dried grains with soluble and exposed to ammonia stress Prof. Isagani P. Angeles Fisheries Research March 19 and March 21, 2014 ISU-Roxas and ISU- Cauayan Campus 2nd Best Research and 2nd Best Poster
In- House Review and Local & Cluster
Search for Best Undergraduate Research Cauayan Cluster
Kabisaan ng Course Audit Bilang Preparasyon sa Licensure Examination for Teachers Dr. Marilyn S. Luzano Educational Researchers March 18 and 21, 2014 ISU-Roxas and ISU- Cauayan Campus First place best research in Filipino(Local)
In-House Review and Search for best Undergraduate Research- Cauayan Campus
Social Constructivist Approach in Teaching Dr. Rudy S. Bernal Educational Researchers March 18 and 21, 2014 ISU-Roxas and ISU- Cauayan Campus First place best research in Mathematics
In-House Review and Search for best Undergraduate Research- Cauayan Campus (Local)
2nd place Best Research, Educational Research(cluster)
Effect of Different Levels of Trichoderma Inoculant in the Growth and Yield of Multiplier Onion(alluim aggregatom) Dr. Melchor Da Jose Agricultural Researchs In- House Review 12-Mar-14 ISU-Roxas First place best research (Local)

Extension


Title of Training

1. Adopt-A-Barangay Volunteerism Program
a) Peanut Processing (Polvoron & coated peanut)
b) Maja Blanca Especial
c) Adopted Barangay Project Visitation
d) Remedial Teaching in Mathematics and the Sciences
e) Training on: Computer Hardware Servicing
f) Launching & MOA Signing
g) Microsoft office Excel & PowerPoint
h) District Information & Communication Technology Literacy Training Course
i) Symposium on RA9262
j) Lecture on Vegetable production
k) Training on Dishwashing Liquid & Fabric Conditioner Making
l) Training on Fish Burger Making
m) Training on Computer Literacy
2. LGU Strengthening and Capacity Building Program
a) Techno - Demo on Fish Processing and lecture on Fish Health & Nutrition
b) Digital Age Literacy
3. Gender and Development Program
4. Community Outreach and Support Services
a) Seminar on Plant Propagation & Vermicomposting
b) Seminar on Rabies Awareness Campaign and Demo Training on Vermicomposting
c)

  1. Technology Promotion and Commercialization
Technology Promoted/ Commercialized Author/s/ Source of Technology Type of Activity (exhibits, fairs, field days, etc.) Name of Adopters/ Beneficiaries Percent Increase in Income of Beneficiaries Date of Adoption Remarks
Goldent (salted) Eggs ISU-Roxas Exhibit ISU-Roxas 15-May-14 OCOP of ISU-Roxas

Applied Communication

IEC Materials Produced/ Prepared No. of Copies Prepared No. of Copies Distributed No. of Clients Served Type of Clients Served Remarks
Golden (salted) Eggs 20 20 20 Consumers Distributed at exhibit
Peanut Processing (Polvoron & coated peanut 30 30 30 Consumers
Maja Blanca Especial 30 30 30 Consumers
Lecture on Vegetable Production 30 30 30 Consumers
Training on Dishwashing Liquid & Fabric Conditioner Making 30 30 30 Consumers
Training on Fish Burger Making 30 30 30 Consumers

MOA Forged with Partner Agencies Covering Linkage and Collaboration (Internal and External Linkages)

Project Title Partner Agency/ ies Nature of Collaboration Duration Total Funding Date of MOA Signing/ Approval Category (International, National, Regional, Local)
1)     Remedial Teaching in Mathematics and the Sciences Matusalem National High School Adopted School 8 Wednesday E & T fund Nov. 16, 2013 Local
2)     Livelihood Training at the Adopted barangay Barangay Anao, Roxas, Isabela Adopted Barangay 2 days E & T Fund 15-Jan-14 Local
3)     Techno Demo on Fish Processing LGU Mallig,  Brgy. Matusalem and LGU Quirino Host 3 days E & T fund 3-Jan-14 Local
4)     Training on: Computer Hardware Servicing Barucboc National High School Host 4 days E & T fund 16-Jan-14 Local
5)     Adopt-A-Barangay Program Barangay Doña Concha Adopted Barangay 3 years E & T fund Aug. 29, 2014 Local
6)     Adopt- A- School Quirino Central School Host 6 days Quirino Central Isabela Aug. 20, 2014 Local
7)     Adopt -An- Institution 5 Star Multipurpose Cooperative Host 2 days 5 star Cooperative Sept. 8, 2014 local
8)     Lecture on Vegetable Production Barangay Doña Concha, Roxas Isabela Adopted barangay 1 day E & T Fund 28-Nov-14 Local
9)     Training on Dishwashing Liquid & Fabric Conditioner Making Barangay Doña Concha, Roxas Isabela Adopted barangay 1 day E & T Fund 28-Nov-14 Local
10)  Training on Fish Burger Making Barangay Doña Concha, Roxas Isabela Adopted barangay 1 day E & T Fund 28-Nov-14 Local
11)  Training on Computer Literacy ISU-Roxas & DAR Host 2 days E & T Fund Oct. 7 2014 Local
12)  Digital Age Literacy ISU-Roxas & PNP Roxas Host 3 days E & T Fund Sept. 5, 2014 Local

 

 


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History

 

The Isabela State University Roxas Campus is one of the campuses of the Isabela State University System which was established on June 10, 1978  by virture of P.D. 1434 (Merging the two major colleges: the CVIT at Cabagan and the ISCA at Echague and absorbed the college offerings of ISAT at Ilagan, SMVIS at San Mateo, JRS at Jones and RMAIS at Roxas, all in the province of Isabela).  It is the only government institution of higher learning in the Western part of Isabela (Mallig Plains).
From the year of its establishment to year 1995, the ISU-Roxas Campus is operating at barangay Matusalem.  In the year 1995, Hon Faustino S. Dy., Jr. donated a two-hectare land area located at barangay Rang-ayan, Roxas, Isabela, as an extension.  In the same year, the campus transferred its operation to the said site.
On April 14, 2000, the ISU Board of Regents approved the integration of the Roxas Memorial Agricultural and Industrial School to the ISU System in pursuance to R.A. 7722, 8292 and CHED Memorandum Order No. 18, s. 1999.  Thus, effective first semester of S.Y. 2000-2001, the academic programs of RMAIS was integrated to ISU Roxas Campus except its financial appropriation.  On January 1, 2002, RMAIS was fully integrated to ISU Roxas Campus.
The Campus has a total land area of 1,304,093 square meters and has three sites  strategically located in the  Municipality of Roxas, at  barangay Rang-ayan which is the new site and at barangay Matusalem where the old and mid sites are situated. 
The Campus is acknowledged as the Provincial Center of Excellence in the field of fisheries in the year 2010 while other programs like BSA, BSAB, BSE, BSIT and BSF programs were all Level 1I accredited by the AACCUP  for the School Year 2013.
 

CoursesOffered

 


Organizations

  1. SSC- STUDENT SUPREME COUNCIL
  2. IICT- STUDENT BODY ORGANIZATION
  3. ITE-STUDENT BODY ORGANIZATION
  4. KAPAGAYAN DANCE TROUPE
  5. KMNWF- Kapisanan ng mga Mag-aaral na Nagmamalasakit sa Wikang Filipino
  6. MATH CLUB New Site
  7. LGBT Youth- Lesbian, Gays, Bisexual and Transgender youth for leadership and Service
  8. GOYES- Go Youth for Excellence and Service
  9. United Ilocandia
  10. CAASI International
  11. GSS -Gamma Sigma Scorpion
  12. CBI- Christian Brotherhood International
  13. MATH CLUB  Oldsite
  14. ISU-R  Culture and Arts Council
  15. CFAA- STUDENT BODY ORGANIZATION
  16. PJAES- Philippine Junior Agribusiness Executive Society
  17. CAASI International 61892
  18. School Paper Organization – The Hillside Rays
  19. PE Club


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ContactInformation
Isabela State University
Roxas Campus
 
Contact Details:
DR. QUIRINO D. PARALLAG-Campus Administrator
(078) 64286282; 09185918553
 
Address:Brgy. Rang-ayan, Roxas, 3320, Isabela

 

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