Thursday, May 23, 2024

On a move to reflect its commitment to academic excellence and professional development, Isabela State University (ISU) recognized the reclassification of its faculty members in accordance with the CHED-DBM Joint Circular No. 3.

Dr. Boyet L. Batang (ISU Vice President for Academic Affairs) said the reclassification underscored the University’s dedication to upgrading its faculty roster and creating a culture of continuous learning and achievement for ISU’s academic landscape.

The newly reclassified faculty members, who have met the rigorous criteria indicated by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), include various ranks. The reclassification figures are as follows:

The reclassification of these faculty members not only reflected their individual dedication and hard work but also highlighted the University’s proactive approach towards academic growth.

The said achievement reaffirmed the University’s mission to be a leading institution in the region and engage with its stakeholders to provide timely and relevant services.