College of Education and Agricultural Technology
The Visayas State University - Villaba Campus (College of Education and Agricultural Technology) started in 1974 as Villaba High School operating under the General Education Program.
Significant events followed: 1.) June 1960 - with the approval of RA 2425 the school was converted into Villaba Rural High School and was operating under the defunct Bureau of Vocational Education; 2.) August 12, 1968 - the school was converted into the Leyte National Agricultural College and authorized to offer Bachelor of Science in Agiculture, Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education and agricultural technician courses. 3.) May 25, 1995 - RA 8009 was approved changing the name of the college into the Leyte National College of Agriculture, Science and Technology and expanding its curricular offerings to include: Arts and Sciences, Forestry, Engineering, Veterinary Medicine in addition to the existing programs. 4.) October 31, 1999 - LNCAST was integrated to the Visayas State College of Agricultureand and later it was converted to Leyte State University (now the Visayas State University) as one of its satellite under the VSU system as mandated in RA 7722 and 8292.
VSU -VC as a center of excellence in science and technology, teacher education and allied courses in Northwestern Leyte.
Attainment of the highest human capital and scientific knowledge in agriculture, science and technology, teacher education and allied courses in Northwestern Leyte.