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CLSU VetMed grads secure 3 VLE 2021 top spots

As one of the country’s top universities, the CLSU continues to provide high quality education and excellent learning experience to its students. The results of the August 2021 VLE once again proves that the University is consistent and true to its mission to cultivate and produce globally-competent, empowered, and exemplary students and graduates.

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) awarded a certificate of accreditation to Central Luzon State University (CLSU) for being eligible Government Agency/State/College/Public School as NCCA proponent in compliance with NCCA Board Resolution No. 2017-265. The certificate was issued on August 31, 2021. This is due to CLSU’s compliance with the documentary requirements in accordance with the Guidelines for the Accreditation of Individuals, Organizations, and Government Agencies by the NCCA. The Republic Act No. 7356 states that as the lead government agency for culture and the arts, the NCCA is tasked with the administration of the National Endowment Fund for Culture and the Arts (NEFCA) and give grants for the development, protection, preservation, and dissemination of Philippine culture and the arts.

CLSU receives NCCA accreditation

On August 24, 2021, the Student Information Drive Task Force (SIDTF) was launched, virtually. It was organized by the Office of Student Affairs and the University Gender and Development Office headed by Dr. Irene G. Bustos and Prof. Janet O. Saturno. More than 300 participants attended the launching program including the CLSU Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Renato G. Reyes, Deans, Department Heads, Guidance Services Unit of OSA, Guidance Coordinators, University Supreme Student Council, SO Presidents, College Councils, CLSU Collegian, Records in Charge, GAD Focal Point System, Accounting Section, CLSU faculty members, staff, and students.

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CLSU launches Student Information Drive Task Force (SIDTF)

On August 24, 2021, the Student Information Drive Task Force (SIDTF) was launched, virtually. It was organized by the Office of Student Affairs and the University Gender and Development Office headed by Dr. Irene G. Bustos and Prof. Janet O. Saturno. More than 300 participants attended the launching program including the CLSU Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Renato G. Reyes, Deans, Department Heads, Guidance Services Unit of OSA, Guidance Coordinators, University Supreme Student Council, SO Presidents, College Councils, CLSU Collegian, Records in Charge, GAD Focal Point System, Accounting Section, CLSU faculty members, staff, and students.

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CLSU ROTC Unit recognized as 7ID Best ROTC Unit

In the face of many challenges brought about by the COVID 19 Pandemic, the CLSU-ROTC Unit Training Staff used their creativity just to make sure that the students who opted to take ROTC will feel that what they were taking was really ROTC. At the same time following the CLSU Flexible Learning System. Receiving an award was way beyond their minds.

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CLSU joins collab on sustaining indigenous knowledge

CLSU Joins International Collaboration on Sustaining Indigenous Knowledge System

The quest to push for the protection, conservation, enhancement, and promotion of Filipino culture in an international landscape took a step forward on August 19, 2021, with the launch of the project dubbed as ‘Intensifying the Filipino Culture towards Sustained Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledge System in Saving Natural Habitat, Landscape, and Practices through Cultural Education and Community Development’.

CLSU Implements 15.4-M CHED Grant for eFARM Academy Program

Starting September this year, the Central Luzon State University (CLSU) will implement the eFARM (engaging Food and Agriculture Resources Management) Academy Program that will run for two years. It will launch different avenues to bring the technologies and innovations to a larger and diverse audience such as students, life-long tourist learners, farmers, local government units, and P/FHEIs (Philippine/Foreign Higher Education Institutions).

Dr. Ronaldo Alberto

Newly-appointed Dean of the College of Agriculture bags awards from the Pest Management Council of the Philippines 2021

Dr. Ronaldo T. Alberto, the newly-appointed Dean of the College of Agriculture is an alumnus of the Central Luzon State University. He finished his MS and PhD in Plant Pathology at the University of the Philippines Los Baños. He remains unstoppable in bagging awards amidst the pandemic. He always brings glory to CLSU as shown by his notable achievements which include several citations, awards, and grants. Dr. Alberto is the 12th Dean of the College of Agriculture. He succeeded Dr. Ariel G. Mactal who is now the Vice President for Business Affairs Program.