Informational

At Visayas State University, we believe the safety and welfare of our students should be central in all university processes in this “new normal.”

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we revisited and overhauled our enrollment procedures for the 1st semester of the upcoming school year.

We are proud to announce that VSU Tolosa and our main campus in Baybay will hold its first purely online enrollment on all levels. Meanwhile, our component colleges in Alangalang, Isabel, and Villaba will conduct remote enrollment where students will submit information remotely using one of three available channels (online form, Messenger, SMS) so the Registrar can process their enrollment locally.

Our intention is not only to make enrollment safer, but faster and more convenient for all.

Everyone involved is enjoined to read and follow these instructions carefully.

 


Enrollment by Campus

Online Enrollment

Students in these campuses will use their MyVSU Student Portal:

  • Baybay
  • Tolosa
 

Remote Enrollment

Students in these campuses will contact the registrars remotely online or through mobile phone.

  • Alangalang
  • Isabel
  • Villaba

 


 

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Graduate Students

The VSU Graduate School will continue to accept aspiring and continuing graduate students for this school year.

  Graduate School Website
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Other Enrollment Matters

These are the university’s policies about a number of matters related to your enrollment.

 


 

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Classes in the 1st Semester

We will open the new school year on August 17, 2020 under the ‘new normal’ of flexible learning. Here’s what to expect.

 


 

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MyVSU Student Portal MyVSU Tolosa Student Portal Start Remote Enrollment   

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Online Enrollment / MyVSU Student Portal
  • Remote Enrollment
  • Flexible Learning and Classes this Semester
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Online Enrollment (Baybay, Tolosa)

General Instructions

  • Enrollment for incoming first-year students, transferees and continuing students will only be done online.
  • Students are discouraged from coming to the university during enrollment.
  • For incoming first-year students and transferees, ensure that you remember your Examinee Control Number (ECN). In case you forgot your ECN, please refer to the email sent by the Admissions Office or you may contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the “VSU Student Services Office” Facebook Page.
  • The registration schedule for online enrollment will be as shown.
  • Enrollment outside of the assigned schedules will be automatically blocked by the system.
  • Advisers will only entertain enrolling continuing students on their assigned schedule. Those who cannot enroll during their schedule may only be entertained on August 3 to 7 as late enrollees. Fines for late enrollment still apply.

Registration Schedule

DateSchedule
July 1 to 24, 2020First-year students and transferees
July 16 to 17, 2020Incoming regular 2nd year students
July 20 to 21, 2020Incoming regular 3rd year students
July 22 to 23, 2020Incoming regular 4th, 5th, and 6th year students
July 24 and 27 to 31, 2020Incoming irregular students (all levels)
August 3 to 7, 2020Shifters and late enrollees (continuing students only)

Enrollment Procedure for Incoming First-Year Students and Transferees

  1. Ascertain that you have passed the VSU College Admission Test 2020. You can check the results at vsu.edu.ph/cat2020
  2. Go to the MyVSU Student Portal (my.vsu.edu.ph for VSU Main Campus, my-tolosa.vsu.edu.ph for VSU Tolosa) and provide your full name, VSU CAT Examinee Control Number (ECN), valid email, and mobile phone number at the Freshmen Registration Section. (Example: Juan Dela Cruz, 342, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 09191234567)
    • If you have difficulty getting through, please contact our hotline +63 53 565 0608 and look for Jeanie or Kim.
  3. Fill in your personal information and update your profile in the MyVSU Student Portal. Ensure that you supply a valid personal email address in your profile. Your temporary Certificate of Registration (COR) and further instructions will be sent to your email.
  4. For qualifiers who have no assigned degree program, choose your desired course from the degree programs with available slots only. The system will accept on a first-come, first-served basis.
  5. Upload a scanned copy of your high school card (HS), Transcript of Records (Transferees), or passing certificate (ALS).
  6. Once Steps 3-5 are completed, the system will provide you your block schedule with the list and schedule of subjects. This information will be printed on your temporary Certificate of Registration (COR).
  7. Print your temporary COR or save a copy on your mobile device which you will show to your respective departments when you come to the university.

Enrollment Procedure for Continuing Students

Regular Students

  1. Log in to your MyVSU Student Portal (my.vsu.edu.ph) using your account username and password.
  2. Update your profile, specifically your home address, off-campus address and contact details.
  3. Choose your block schedule to enlist your subjects. Refer to the block schedule posted at the VSU website.
  4. Wait for your academic adviser or department enrollment focal person to approve your enrollment. Allow 2-3 days for this approval process.
  5. Once your enrollment is approved, the academic adviser will print your Registration Form (RF) and sign it. Your department will forward your RF to the Registrar’s Office.
  6. The Registrar will print and validate your Certificate of Registration (COR). This will be forwarded to your department.
  7. Your department will send you a scanned copy of your validated COR and will keep the original copy on file.

Irregular Students

  1. Communicate with your academic adviser one week in advance to decide on the subjects you will enroll for the 1st semester. You can find the name and email of your academic adviser in your MyVSU Student Portal. For the list of subjects and schedules, refer to the block and departmental schedules posted at the VSU website.
  2. Log in to your MyVSU Student Portal (my.vsu.edu.ph) using your account username and password.
    • In case you forgot your account details, click Forgot Password to retrieve using your registered email.
    • If you forgot your email, file a ticket at support.vsu.edu.ph.
  3. Update your profile with your home address and off-campus address.
  4. Encode the subjects that you will enroll for the 1st semester as agreed with your academic adviser.
  5. Wait for your academic adviser or department enrollment focal person to approve your enrollment. Allow 2-3 days for this approval process.
  6. Once your enrollment is approved, it will be reflected in your account. The academic adviser will print your Registration Form (RF) and sign it, and your department will forward your RF to the Registrar’s Office.
  7. The Registrar will print and validate your Certificate of Registration (COR). This will be forwarded to your department.
  8. Your department will send you a scanned copy of your validated COR and will keep the original copy on file.
 

 


Remote Enrollment (Alangalang, Isabel, Villaba)

General Instructions

  • Enrollment for incoming first-year students, transferees and continuing students will be done remotely through various channels.
  • For incoming first-year students and transferees, ensure that you remember your Examinee Control Number (ECN). In case you forgot your ECN, please refer to the email sent by the Admissions Office or you may contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the “VSU Student Services Office” Facebook Page.
  • Refer to the table below for the registration schedule for remote enrollment in the three component colleges.
  • Advisers will only entertain enrolling continuing students on their assigned schedule. Those who cannot enroll during their schedule may only be entertained on August 3 to 7 as late enrollees. Fines for late enrollment still apply.

Registration Schedule for Remote Enrollment 

 VSU Alangalang
(Ave. 77 pax/day)
VSU Isabel
(Ave. 70 pax/day)
VSU Villaba
(Ave. 40 pax/day)
July 1 CAT Qualifiers (A) CAT Qualifiers (A-B) CAT Qualifiers (A)
July 2 CAT Qualifiers (B-C) CAT Qualifiers (C-D) CAT Qualifiers (B)
July 3 CAT Qualifiers (D-G) CAT Qualifiers (E-I) CAT Qualifiers (C)
July 6 CAT Qualifiers (H-M) CAT Qualifiers (J-M) CAT Qualifiers (D)
July 7 CAT Qualifiers (N-R) CAT Qualifiers (N-R) CAT Qualifiers (E-I)
July 8 CAT Qualifiers (S-Z) CAT Qualifiers (S-T) CAT Qualifiers (J-M)
July 9 Incoming 2nd Year (A) CAT Qualifiers (U-Z) CAT Qualifiers (N-P)
July 10 Incoming 2nd Year (B-C) Incoming 2nd Year (A-B) CAT Qualifiers (Q-T)
July 13 Incoming 2nd Year (D-J) Incoming 2nd Year (C-D) CAT Qualifiers (U-Z)
Incoming 2nd Year (A)
July 14 Incoming 2nd Year (K-N) Incoming 2nd Year (E-K) Incoming 2nd Year (B-C)
July 15 Incoming 2nd Year (O-S) Incoming 2nd Year (L-M) Incoming 2nd Year (D-G)
July 16 Incoming 2nd Year (T-Z)
Incoming 3rd Year (A)
Incoming 2nd Year (N-Q) Incoming 2nd Year (H-N)
July 17 Incoming 3rd Year (B-D) Incoming 2nd Year (R-T) Incoming 2nd Year (O-R)
July 20 Incoming 3rd Year (E-L) Incoming 2nd Year (U-Z)
Incoming 3rd Year (A-B)
Incoming 2nd Year (S-Z)
July 21 Incoming 3rd Year (M-R) Incoming 3rd Year (C-G) Incoming 3rd Year (A-B)
July 22 Incoming 3rd Year (S-Z) Incoming 3rd Year (H-O) Incoming 3rd Year (C-D)
July 23 Incoming 4th Year (A-D) Incoming 3rd Year (P-R) Incoming 3rd Year (E-L)
July 24 Incoming 4th Year (E-M) Incoming 3rd Year (S-Z) Incoming 3rd Year (M-P)
July 27 Incoming 4th Year (N-Z) Incoming 4th Year (A-J) Incoming 3rd Year (Q-Z)
July 28 Other 4th Year Students Incoming 4th Year (K-R) Incoming 4th Year (A-I)
July 29 Other 4th Year Students Incoming 4th Year (S-Z) Incoming 4th Year (J-P)
July 30-31 Other 4th Year Students Incoming 5th Year (A-Z) Incoming 4th Year (Q-Z)
Other 4th Year Students
August 3-7 Shifters and late enrollees

 

 

Mechanics for Remote Enrollment

The Registrar’s Office of the component colleges will make various options available for students to submit their data. The data will be imported into the campus’ Student Records Management System (SRMS) local database to enroll the student.

The student intending to enroll will submit their data using any of the following means:

  • ONLINE FORM.Data will be submitted through an online form.
  • MESSENGER.Data will be submitted as a private message to the Facebook page of the campus.
  • SMS.Data will be submitted through text through the campus' assigned mobile number/s.

VSU Alangalang

Option 1: Fill out the
Alangalang Online Form

 


Option 2: Send "ENROLL" to:
VSUA Messenger

 


Option 3: Text "ENROLL" to:
09186693831 (SMART) / 09551370950 (GLOBE)

 


VSU Isabel

Option 1: Fill out the
Isabel Online Form

 


Option 2: Send "ENROLL" to:
VSUI Messenger

 


Option 3: Text "ENROLL" to:
09157598106 (GLOBE) / 09190852490 (SMART)

 


VSU Villaba

Option 1: Fill out the
Villaba Online Form

 


Option 2: Send "ENROLL" to:
VSUV Messenger

 


Option 3: Text "ENROLL" to:
09078309176, 09189455904 (SMART)

 


 

The following information must be submitted through the channels mentioned above:

  • Full name:
  • Student Number (continuing) or ECN (VSUCAT qualifier)
  • Year Level (for continuing students)
  • Subjects to Enroll (if irregular; regular students will be automatically assigned to their block)
  • Mobile Number/s
  • Email Address
  • Present Address

Other information will be gathered once the university will resume with face-to-face classes.

Enrollment Procedure for Incoming First-Year Students and Transferees

  1. Ascertain that you have passed the VSU College Admission Test 2020. You can check the results at vsu.edu.ph/cat2020
  2. Choose a channel for remote enrollment (online form, Messenger, or SMS).
  3. Supply the information required and wait for the response from the Registrar’s Office.
  4. Once the Registrar has finished processing your enrollment, a scanned copy of your validated Certificate of Registration (COR) will be delivered to the email address you indicated. The printed copy of your validated COR will be available for claiming at the Registrar’s Office during the resumption of face-to-face classes.
  5. You are now enrolled! Make sure to submit your documents upon the resumption of face-to-face classes:
    • Filled-up Registration Form (RF) - A blank form will be available at the VSU website or at the campus entrance
    • Original copy of your high school card (HS), Transcript of Records (Transferees), or passing certificate (ALS)

 

 

Note to Registrar’s Office:

  • The Registrar should already prepare the block sections and schedule with names based on the CAT results.
  • All CORs should be printed in advance (mail-merged with schedule). Validation will only be done upon enrollment.

Enrollment Procedure for Continuing Students

  1. For irregular students, contact your academic adviser in advance to decide on what subjects you will take for the 1st semester.
  2. Choose a channel for remote enrollment (online form, Messenger, or SMS).
  3. Supply the information required and wait for the response from the Registrar’s Office.
  4. Once the Registrar has finished processing your enrollment, a scanned copy of your validated Certificate of Registration (COR) will be delivered to the email address you indicated. The printed copy of your validated COR will be available for claiming at the Registrar’s Office during the resumption face-to-face classes.
  5. You are now enrolled!

 

 

 


Enrollment of Graduate Students

Admission and enrollment of Graduate Students will be open from July 1, 2020 to August 7, 2020.

Admission procedure for incoming graduate students

  1. Download the application form for admission (FM-OGS-01/FM-OPO-01) and candid appraisal form (FM-OGS-02) from the VSU Graduate School website (vsu.edu.ph/gs). Two candid appraisals are required.
  2. Submit the admission form, candid appraisal, and Transcript of Records, together with the official receipt for your admission fee to the Graduate School.
  3. Applicants shall request their referees to send the candid appraisals discreetly and separately to GS (email or courier).
  4. The VSU Graduate School will compute your GPA before endorsing your application to your prospective department’s Graduate Advisory Committee (GAC) for evaluation. You will be informed of the result of your application after the evaluation of your prospective department of your credentials.
  5. An official letter of admission specifying the status of your application will be sent to your email. This will serve as your entry document to the VSU Graduate School.
  6. Accepted applicants should personally report to the VSU Graduate School to coordinate with their GAC and process their enrollment.

Enrollment of continuing graduate students

  1. Continuing graduate students should coordinate directly with their respective Graduate Advisory Committees (GACs) for enrollment requirements (e.g., courses to enroll).
  2. Proceed to the VSU Graduate School to start the process of enrollment.

 

 


Enrollment-related policies

Shifting of degree programs for continuing students

Shifting of degree programs will be allowed only after the regular enrollment period, which will be on August 3 to 7, 2020.

Academic advisers are directed not to allow advisees to enroll in courses that are not within their current degree program for advanced enrollment. The Registrar’s Office should not accept these enrollees as well.

A special online/remote procedure for shifting will be announced soon.

Requested Subjects

As provided for in Section 342 and 343, Chapter 44 of the VSU Code:

  • Section 342. Subjects unscheduled for a given term may be offered upon written request of at least fifteen (15) students, duly endorsed by the department head and by the college dean or dean of graduate school and approved by the Vice President for Instruction.
  • Section 343. Subjects may be scheduled by the department head to take care of graduating students who failed the subjects in the previous semester; Provided, however, That such request must be made at least two weeks before the start of the registration period.

Only such requests will be entertained.

A special online/remote procedure for requesting of subjects will be announced before the enrollment of continuing students.

Request for overloading of subjects and taking of subjects with prerequisites

  1. Overloading of subjects will be allowed by a maximum of 6 units or two subjects only.
  2. If a prerequisite course was supposed to be taken in Summer SY 2019-2020, the prerequisite can be enrolled simultaneously as a co-requisite during the incoming first semester SY 2020-2021.
  3. If a prerequisite course from the 2nd Semester SY 2019-2020 has no grade or which remained incomplete due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these prerequisites may be waived.

For returning students

Before enrollment, returning students should write a letter of intent addressed to the President coursed through the University Student Services Office (for the main campus) or the Campus Dean (for component colleges). The letter should be approved before the student will be allowed to enroll.

A special online/remote procedure will be announced soon.

 

 


Instructions to Department Heads and Academic Advisers

During Online Consultation Prior to Enrollment

Department heads should convene (via video conference or other means) the academic advisers and enrollment focal person ahead of time to make the necessary arrangements for enrollment as follows:

  • Academic advisers should be available for correspondence as early as one week before the schedule of enrollment. Advisees, especially irregular students, will consult you regarding the subjects they intend to enroll in the upcoming semester. (Please see General Instructions for the enrollment schedule)
  • The academic advisers should review the progress of their academic advisees in advance. They may log in to their Cumulus account to view their grades. This way, they will be able to advise students better.
  • The name and email of the academic adviser is reflected on the MyVSU Student Portal to provide an avenue for the student to reach his/her academic adviser. The academic adviser must check his/her email regularly for incoming consultation.
  • The academic advisers and enrollment focal person should respond promptly to advise students on subjects for enrollment and eventually approve the same during this consultation.
  • The academic advisers should retain a copy of the approved schedule of subjects for each student and forward these to the department head and enrollment focal person.

During Online Enrollment

  • Department heads and enrollment focal persons should be physically present at the department during the entire period of online enrollment.
  • The department may assign a faculty as enrollment focal person who will approve student enrollment based on the list provided by the academic adviser during online consultation.
  • If the student encodes subjects not on the list approved by the academic adviser, he/she should go back and seek approval from their academic adviser.

 

 


Instructions to Clerks

During Enrollment

Department-based clerks are responsible for collecting the Registration Forms (RF) signed by the academic adviser and forwarding them to the Office of the Registrar.

For incoming first-year students and transferees when face-to-face classes resume

Clerks are responsible for receiving the original copies of the admission documents of incoming first-year students and transferees.

  1. For first year students and transferees to receive their validated Certificate of Registration (COR), ask them to submit their temporary COR first.
  2. Ensure that the following original documents are submitted:
    1. Two (2) copies Duly Filled-up Registration Form (downloaded from the VSU website and filled up in advance), printed in A4 size paper
    2. High school card (e.g. Form 138/SF9) or ALS certification (for incoming freshmen) or TOR informative copy (for transferees)
    3. Certificate of Good Moral Character
    4. Two (2) copies High quality 2x2 ID photo with white background (no eyeglasses); Inkjet-printed photos will not be accepted
    5. Philippine Statistics Authority-issued birth certificate
    6. Transfer credentials/ honourable dismissal (for transferees)
  3. Clerks shall only release the validated Certificate of Registration (COR) to the student upon receipt of the above mentioned documents. Submissions of documents A-C are mandatory, while documents E-F can be submitted within the first semester. Failure to submit documents A-C will result in cancellation of the student’s enrollment, while failure to submit documents E-F will block the students from enrolling in the next semester.
  4. Clerks shall organize and turn over these enrollment documents to the Office of the Registrar at the end of each working day.

For continuing students when classes start

Clerks are responsible for releasing the validated Certificate of Registration (COR) to continuing students under their department.

 

 


Instructions to Students for Classes for the 1st Semester SY 2020-2021

The first semester will officially commence on August 17, 2020, per BOR-approved School Calendar (BOR Resolution No. 36, S. 2020). However, classes will follow online/offline on the following schemes:

  • Onboarding of faculty and students on flexible learning - August 17-28, 2020
  • Lecture classes only - All instructions will be done online/offline from September to December 2020
  • Lecture and laboratory classes - Lecture classes will be done online/offline from September to October 2020. Laboratory classes will commence from November to December 2020 (last day of classes) on campus.
  • Laboratory classes only - All activities will be done from November to December 2020 (last day of classes) on campus.

For dormitory residents

The university will be open starting October 30, 2020, for students residing in dormitories. Due to social distancing measures, dormitories inside the campus will only accommodate half of its original capacity. The procedure and guidelines for dormitory applications are here.

What to bring

All students should bring the following:

  • Face masks - preferably washable and should be replaced on a daily basis
  • Alcohol, hand sanitizers, and soaps
  • Medical certificate from their city/municipal health office issued at least three (3) days before arriving at VSU / barangay certificate that he/she is not a PUM/PUI

Specific guidelines of the entry of students for SY 2020-2021 will be published on a separate page.

Graduating Graduate Students

Graduating graduate students may be allowed to enter the campus during the first semester on a case-to-case basis.

Graduating Undergraduate Students

Graduating undergraduate students may be allowed to enter the campus during the first semester on a case-to-case basis.

 

 


Strategies for Flexible Learning

Online

  • Asynchronous learning - Faculty have prepared virtual classrooms (Moodle, Google Classroom, and Edmodo) for their subjects. Students may access class materials anytime, anywhere. Faculty concerned will set consultation hours on a weekly basis to monitor the students’ progress.
  • Synchronous learning - Specially for small classes and classes for graduate students. Faculty members can arrange schedules for synchronous class sessions with the students.

Offline

  • Printed Courseware (Instructional Module, Workbook, Laboratory Manual) - The university will provide printed copies of courseware for a fee, distributed through learning kiosks situated in each municipality/city. The university will execute a MOA with the concerned LGUs for this purpose.
  • Courseware package via electronic delivery - The university will provide soft copies of courseware, which may be delivered through various electronic means (e.g., email or cloud)

Face-to-Face Laboratory Classes

  • All students attending face-to-face laboratory classes will follow entry procedures set by VSU. See the guidelines here.
  • The schedule of classes, entry, and exit are outlined in the table below.
  • Final exams for laboratory classes shall be conducted online.
  • Departments should revisit their laboratory exercises to possibly reduce the number of activities to the most essential learning competencies (MELC) needed in the course.
 Entry PeriodClassesExit Period

First-year, fourth-year students and above (except DVM students)

November 2 to 3, 2020

November 4 to 18, 2020

November 19, 2020

Second-year and third-year students (except DVM students)

November 21 to 22, 2020

November 23 to December 11, 2020

December 12, 2020

DVM students

November 2 to 3, 2020

November 4 to December 11, 2020

December 12, 2020

Students under internship programs and practicum, NSTP, CWTS

By arrangement

 

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Meteorology as a field

Meteorology is the science of the atmosphere. It offers the opportunity of investigating the forces that shape weather and climate and how human activities can affect climate through the introduction of pollutants in the atmosphere (http:/www.cmos.ca).

Moreover, Meteorology is a branch of atmospheric science that deals with the study of weather processes and forecasting. It is an interdisciplinary science, drawing on basic knowledge, theory, and laws from a variety of scientific fields including physics, math, and chemistry, which aid in developing a strong understanding of the physical and dynamical processes affecting atmospheric motions/behavior. This is a vast and complex field of study that also involves land-ocean-atmosphere interactions.

Meteorology in Visayas State University

The Consortium on Meteorology Education and Training (CoMET) is an initiative that participated by DOST-PAGASA, AGHAM Party-list, CHED, and four Higher Education Institutes (HEIs), including the Visayas State University (VSU), in offering the Bachelor of Science Meteorology program. VSU is the only HEI offering the program catering students from the Visayas and Mindanao region. The challenges of the changing atmosphere and the dearth of expertise in atmospheric science and meteorology demand for capacity building in this specialized field of study.

VSU, through the Department of Meteorology under the College of Engineering and Technology, envisions that the exigency of professionals in the country who understand how the atmosphere behaves will significantly grow in years.

Current advances in this field include big data analytics, high-resolution numerical modeling, and ensemble nowcasting and long-range forecasting.

The undergraduate degree program in Meteorology is a balance between a holistic general education program and a substantial BS Meteorology curriculum. The program shall provide the students with comprehensive and rigorous training in math and physics as a foundation for careers in meteorology and atmospheric science and the full understanding of the importance of the meteorological study to humans.

Program Educational Objectives

The following are the Program Educational Objectives of the VSU’s BSMet degree program:
1. Articulate in multimedia weather broadcasting.
2. Instill leadership and management in disaster risk reduction.
3. Manage a business with weather-sensitive operations (e.g. aviation, marine, navigation, power, oil exploration) and military.
4. Pursue advance studies in Meteorology and emerging related fields; and
5. Conduct relevant research and innovative studies geared towards the advancement of meteorology as a scientific field.
6. Occupy responsible positions in meteorology education; and other PEOs unique to the institution

Accredited Student Organizations
School Year 2019-2020

 
 

COURSE-RELATED

ADVISER/S

PRESIDENT

ABELSS (English Language Students Society

Dr. Jett C. Quebec

Bernadeth P. Pepito

 

Dr. Cherry N. Rola

 

AMA (Agronomy Majors Association)

Dr. Luz G. Asia

Ivy D. Dagumay

 

Ms. Gweneth M. Abit

 

APBM (Association of Plant Breeding Majors)

Ms. Jedi Joy B. Mahilum

Carlo B. Bestorillo

 

Ms. Julien R. Deroy

 

BPEd SS (Bachelor of Physical Educa Student Society)

Ms. Florife A. Gatchalian

Christopher M. Gonzales

 

Mr. Lyndon L. Maningo

 

ChemSoc (Chemical Society)

Dr. Elizabeth S. Quevedo

Jotham Lloyd Alegre

 

Mr. Kevin Nick S. Bandibas

 

CSSS (Computer Science Students Society)

Mr. Eugene Val Mangaoang

Christian A. Bandibas

 

Mr. Jomari Joseph A. Barrera

 

DeCSo (Development Communicators' Society)

Ms. Mae Claudine M. Gica

Margraf Von Sean G. Eslopor

 

Mr. Jed Asaph D. Cortes

 

FSS (Forestry Student Society)

Dr. Renelita Come

Romeo T. Dequito, Jr.

 

Prof. Anatolio N. Polinar

 

GEP (Geodetic Engineers of the Phil-VSU Chapter)

Engr Diana Christa G. Milloza

Mark Gil D. Cabangal

 

Engr. Rex R. Doñoz

 

HOMES (Helpers In Outreaching Mother Earth's Stability

Dr. Marlito Jose M. Bande

Marrian Mae N. Pepito

     

Interact Society

Marilyn N. Manaig

Joshua B. Casinillo

 

Jay C. Bansale

 

JPSME (Junior Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers)

Engr. Philip Caesar Ebit

JB Lord B. Amith

 

Engr. Vic Angelo Impas

 

KaFiM (Kapisanan ng mga Filipino Majors)

Dr. Rizalina D. Truya

May D. Apepe

 

Ms. Marievic S. Flores

 

LExES (League of Exemplary English Students)

Ms. Marilyn N. Manaig

Nikita Aisle M. Rosal

 

Ms. Louisa Marie B. Andrade

 

LeSciM (League of Science Majors)

Dr. Lijueraj J. Cuadra

Ella Marie G. Nuñez

 

Dr. Christy M. Desades

 

MMS (Math Majors Society

Dr. Eusebio R. Lina, Jr.

Jenalyn D. Ambi

 

Dr. Ma. Rachel Kim Aure

 

Mentors' Guild

Ms. Louisa Marie B. Andrade

Kyla Mae Batestil

 

Ms. Crisyl S. Compendio

 

OBioS (Organization of Biology Students)

Ms. Fretzeljane D. Pogado

Karen C. Nava

 

Mr. Kenneth O. Eco

 

OSSM (Organization of Soil Science Majors)

Mr. Medardo Magdadaro, Jr

Ezra G. Monte

 

Mr. Kenneth Oraiz

 

PAFT-KSC (Philippine Association of Food Technologists-Kappa Students Chapter)

Dr. Lynette C. Cimafranca

Angela Mea R. Reusora

 

Engr. Julious B. Cerna

 

PICE-VSU SC (Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers-VSU Student Chapter)

Engr. Hanzel N. Mejia

Joseph Napoles

 

Engr. Jan Joshua M. Pomida

 

PPMA (Plant Protection Majors Association )

Dr. Reny G, Gerona

Judy Ann Jane B. Crave

 

Dr. Mary Joy M. Abit

 

PSABE-VSUSC (Philippine Society of Agricultural & Biosystems Engineers)

Engr. Arthur IT Tambong

Joshua Emmanuel B. Tismo

 

Engr. Triana D. Soroño

 
 

Engr. Jessie James D. Layan

 

SABS (Society of Agri-Business Students)

Mr. Bryan R. Gapasin

Valentin F. Sabando

 

Mr Bert Peñalosa

 
 

Ms. Loregin S. Pugosa

 

SASS (Society of Animal Science Students)

Ms. Rosa De Lima G. Beato

Rodel M. Batindaan

 

Mr. Roger Roque E. Bustamante

 

SHoTS (Society of Hospitality & Tourism Students)

Ms. Hannah Mae E. Quimbo

Colleen Kaye Negad

 

Ms. Syrene P. Nayre

 

TORAH

Mr. Randy G. Omega

Cristille M. Madera

 

Ms. April Gail N. Valencia

 

ViHoS (Visca Horticultural Society)

Dr. Santos B . Villocino, Jr.

Jessica S. Majerano

 

Dr. Catherine C. Arradaza

 

VSU-AgExSo (VSU Agricultural Extension Society)

Mr. Virgelio C. Dargantes

Jesie Pepe L. Bartolome

 

Ms. Rosemarie B. gonzaga

 

VSU-BS (VSU Biotechnological Society)

Mr. Ronald Arlet P Villaber

Rey Christian S. Bitor

 

Ms. Chloris Marie E. Caseres

 

VSU Meteorological Society

Mr. Charlindo S. Torrion

Leanne Marie A. Loreto

     

VSU-SS (VSU Statistical Society)

Ms. May Ann E. Palen

Rose Ann N. Bartido

 

Ms. Donna C. Cuyno

 

YES (Young Economists Society)

Ms. Maria Hazel I. Billezas

Neca Jane O. Malacora

 

Prof. Ernesto F. Bulayog

 

GREEK-LETTERED ORG

ADVISER/S

PRESIDENT

Adamas Nu Omega

Mr. Dioscoro M. Bolatete, Jr

Jeric M. Almeroda

 

Ms. Lisa I. Arce

 

Alpha Phi Omega

Engr. Marlon Burlas

Rowena Senerdida

 

Ms. Lovella Tambis

 

Gamma Epsilon

Mr. Buen Josef Andrade

Joni Franz P. Davis

Gamma Sigma Confraternity

Pamela H. Urdaneta

John Rey Latras

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

   

Tau Gamma Phi

Dominic Michael Garrido

Joselito Aya-ay

     

Tau Omega Mu Fraternity & the Ladies Circle

Mr. Marcho P. Bandalan

Edmond L. Reyes

 

Ms. Paula Nadrea M. Paquibulan

 

VKV-VLV (Venerable Knights Veterinarian Fraternity-Venerable Ladies Veterinarian Sorority)

Dr. Santiago T. Peña, Jr.

Serville O. Abueva

 

Dr. Carl Leonard M. Pradera

 

INTEREST GROUPS

ADVISER/S

PRESIDENT

Association of Rodeo Enthusiasts (AREV )

Dr. Julius V. Abela

Patt Joshua C. Andrade

 

Mr. Michael Dominic M. Garrido

 

Banaag Visual Arts Group

Mr. Mizael B. Cerna

Cherry Bea V. Jumawan

 

Mr. Lolito D. Caña

 

Dog Owners' Club (DOC)

Dr.Melvin A. Bagot

Kirk Michael C. Caniga

 

Dr. Kenny Olana

 

DOST-SS (DOST Scholars Society)

Engr. Rex R. Doñoz

Mary Michelle A. Tesado

 

Engr. Diana Christa G. Milloza

 

TARSIER (Terrestrial & Aquatic Restoration by Students Immersed in Environmental Reforms)

Mr. Charlindo S. Torrion

Krystel Denise L. Labrador

 

Engr. Hanzel N. Mejia

 
 

Ms. Mary Annilyn Villar

 

UISB ( University Inter-Dormitory Student Body)

Ms. Mae Claudine M. Gica

Kurt Jose Daniel Ceniza

 

Mr. Ramil B. Vinculado, Jr.

 
 

Engr. Hanzel N. Mejia

 

VSU Debate Society

Dr. Jett C. Quebec

Ann Melene C. Fernandico

 

Mr. Beljun P. Enaya

 

VSU Robotics

Engr. Philip Ceasar Ebit

Lesley Angel C. Radores

 

Mr. Michael Anthony Jay B. Regis

 

VSU Ultimate Frisbee Club

Mr. Edilberto A. Artiga Jr.

Lloyd V. Cedro

     

REGIONAL GROUPS

ADVISER/S

PRESIDENT

HI (Hugpong Ilonggo)

Ms. Angelita L. Paradero

Geraldine B. Daganasol

     

RELIGIOUS GROUP

ADVISER/S

PRESIDENT

 AC (Ambassadors for Christ)

Prof. Lorina A. Galvez

Zev L. Oliveros

 

Mr. Kenneth Oraiz

 

AMiCUS (Adventist Ministry to College and University Students)

Engr. Hazel N. Mejia

Jemboy D. Hermo

 

Mr. Edralin M. Malasaga

 

CBI (Christian Brotherhood International)

Mr. Jeremias Vista

Jawrence Benz Casupang

 

Dr. Renezita S. Come

 

Ikthus Campus Care

Prof. Elsie E. Salamat

Pam P. Escopete

 

Ms. Geraldine T. Baro

 

LA (Lakas Angkan Undergraduate Ministries)

Ms. Inish Chris P. Mesias

Argie D. Dadis

 

Ms. Shalom Grace Sugano

 

LDSSA (Latter Day Saints Students Association)

Ms. Ma. Fe L. Gayanilo

Aldrin G. Basmillo

SPARKS (Students Proclaiming A Righteous King & Savior)

Ms. Emily L. Casinillo

Mark Angelo D. Menorias

 

Mr. Rommel M. Garrido, Jr

 

Students LinC (Student Leaders in Campus)

Mr. Jaime B. Berundo

 

Students of Destiny

Dr. Nilda T. Amestoso

Dixie Grace A. Gelaga

The Builders

Dr. Santiago T. Peña

Van Adrian E. Mazo

 

Ms. Mary Cris F. Pleños

 

STUDENT COUNCIL

ADVISER/S

PRESIDENT

USSC (University Supreme Student Council)

Dr. Guiraldo C. Fernandez, Jr.

Chad Christian D. Wales

 

Prof. Ernesto F. Bulayog

 
 

Mr. Raymund M. Igcasama

 

CAFS-SSC (College of Agriculture & Food Sciences Supreme Student Council)

Dr. Julius V. Abela

Diana Rose R. Lasconia

 

Mr. Kenneth Oraiz

 

CAS-SSC (College of Arts & Sciences Supreme Student Council)

Mr. Raymund M. Igcasama

Jeremiah D. Laude

 

Ms. Eunice Kenee L. Seriño

 

CoEd-SSC (College of Education Supreme Student Council)

Ms. Crisyl S. Compendio

Jodel M. Navera

 

Mr. Edilberto A. Artiga, Jr.

 

CFES-SSC (College of Forestry & Environmental Sciences Supreme Student Council)

Dr. Dennis P. Peque

Aliah A. Bacus

 

Dr. Angelica P. Baldos

 

CME-SSC (College of Management & Economics Supreme Student Council))

Dr. Nilda T. Amestoso

Aubrey Maekaela G. De Asis

 

Mr. Randy G. Omega

 
 

Mr. Karl John A. Galvez

 

CET-SSC (College of Engineering & Technology) Supreme Student Council)

Engr. Christa G. Milloza

John Allan  A. Gulles

 

Engr Jessie James D. Layan

 

CN-SSC (College of Nursing Supreme Student Council)

Ms. Jesusa M. Magno

Lance M. Morquianos

 

Mr. France Allan Cavite

 

CVM-SSC College of Veterinary Medicine Supreme Student Council)

Dr. Agnes M. Taveros

Tisha Marie L. Cortez

 

Dr. Jane P. Duatil

 
     

We take environmental conservation seriously.

The vision of Visayas State University is to be a globally competitive university of science, technology, and environmental conservation. VSU started as a small agricultural school before taking off to be an internationally renowned university for agriculture and allied fields. We understand deeply the need to care for the environment because of our thrusts in sustainable agriculture.

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Minimizing and Recycling Waste

At VSU, we have implemented policies that guide our constituents in managing waste more responsibly:

  • Waste segregation and disposal. We segregate waste at the office level, which is then collected by our garbage trucks for proper disposal. Our Landscape and Waste Management Unit assists in planning, implementation, and monitoring of all repair and maintenance activities including landscape, cleanliness of roads and grounds, and garbage collection. Our Sanitation and Waste Management Committee (SWMC)  plans and helps implement proper waste management and disposal in the campus.
  • No to single-use plastics. We have banned the use of single-use plastics, especially at our university market. Staff and students bring their own bags and containers when buying items from the market. 

References: OP Memorandum Circulars No. 21 S. 2000, No. 3 S. 2006, No. 28 S. 2006, No. 89 S. 2012, No. 93, S. 2018

Conserving Energy

We are moving towards cleaner energy, just as we also make efforts to conserve electricity.

  • Imposing energy conservation measures, like turning off the lights and airconditioning units when not needed.
  • Building design. Most of our buildings are designed to conserve energy, with spaces at the center to allow for better airflow in and out of windows and doors.

References: OP Memorandum Circular No. 51, S 2017, F.A. Bernardo, E.N. Bernardo "ViSCA: History and Analysis of Institution Building" (1985)

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Saving Water

VSU has its own water source, coming from the abundant supply from Mt. Pangasugan and the Leyte cordilleras. It is also said that VSU's water is one of the sweetest waters in the country. Still, residents are encouraged to conserve water.

  • Careful monitoring of water facilities to prevent and address leakages.
  • A minimal fee of $1 per household for maintenance and operating expenses
  • Fishponds and other man-made structures using VSU water are strongly discouraged

Going Around Green

The experience of going around the university campus is distinct.

  • We are a "dark green school". The Environmental Education Network of the Philippines, Inc. dubbed VSU as a Dark Green School to "recognize and affirm the efforts of educational institutions from the college, high school and elementary levels with the most comprehensive environmental programs and activities."
  • When the campus was built, it was originally designed to be a pedestrian campus. The intent was to minimize gas and noise pollution from cars.
  • Tuyok. In Cebuano, "tuyok" means to "go around", an apt name for VSU's biodiesel vehicles used to transport people around the campus. Launched in 2018, four vehicles of VSU's Transport Loop System ply the campus every day to ferry passengers around VSU's large university campus. VSU charges a minimal fee similar to multicabs.
  • Carpooling. When traveling outside the campus, VSU merges official trips of its staff to save fuel.

References: BOR Resolution No. 20, s. 2018, OP Memorandum Circular No. 48 S 2018, F.A. Bernardo, E.N. Bernardo "ViSCA: History and Analysis of Institution Building" (1985)

 

Here at VSU, we aim to provide quality service to our students by engaging them in an active learning environment centered on their success. This is one with our goal to produce highly competent, quality and world-class manpower in science and technology, especially in agriculture, environmental management and industry who are proficient in communication skills, critical thinking, and analytical abilities.


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• College Admission Test

Become a full-pledged Viscan and take the VSUCAT. Check the examination schedule and requirements here.

• Scholarship

Find the right grant that suits your needs.


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• Student Services Office

The University Student Services Office (USSO) is ready to assist you with our welfare and development services/programs tailored to meet your student needs.

• Student Housing

Choose where to spend your college days while on campus. Stay near Mt. Pangasugan or by the Camotes Sea. 


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• Supreme Student Council

Know your leaders and college representatives. 

• Student Media Organization

The Amaranth is the official student media organization of the Visayas State University. Currently, hailed as the best student publication in Region 8.

• Student Organizations

Involve in extra-curricular activities by joining an organization spanning from course-related, religious, greek-lettered, to interest groups. 


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• Sports, Recreation, and Arts

Join our varsity team (Team Phytons) or participate in our culture and arts activities and bring pride to the university.   

• Student Bulletin

Be in the loop with university happenings and updates.

• Events

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