|Complete Name||Designation||Email Address||Office Tel. No.|
|RAUL F. MUYONG, Ed.D.||University Presidentfirstname.lastname@example.org||3207190 loc. 102|
|CORAZON C. CORBAL||VP for Academic Affairsemail@example.com||3207190 loc. 207|
|CARMELO V. AMBUT, Ed.D.||VP for Research & Extensionfirstname.lastname@example.org||3207190 loc. 231|
|GABRIEL M. SALISTRE, JR., DIT||VP for Administration & Financeemail@example.com||3207190 loc. 170|
|NEMIA H. MABAQUIAO, Ph.D.||VP for External Affairsfirstname.lastname@example.org||3207190 loc. 105|
|RENE L. CELDA, DIT||Dean, College of Industrial Technologyemail@example.com||3207190 loc. 121|
|JOMAR A. DADOR||OIC, Dean, College of Engineering & Architechturefirstname.lastname@example.org||3207190 loc. 124|
|JOHN ERIC V. JUANEZA, Ed.D.||Dean, College of Educationemail@example.com||3207190 loc. 213|
|ALEJO P. BITON, Ed.D.||Dean, College of Arts and Sciencesfirstname.lastname@example.org||3207190 loc. 215|
|RICHARD C. DE LEON||Director, Research Services Division||320-7190 loc. 212|
|ADRIENNE D. VELOSO||Director, Extension Services Division||320-7190 loc. 123|
|ENIEDA G. CORONA||Director, Administrative Services||320-7190 loc. 106|
|RUSS ALLEN B. NAPUD, DIT||Director, Planning Development & Auxilliary Servicesemail@example.com||320-7190 loc. 211|
|PEDRO FONTONALGO||Director, Student Servicesfirstname.lastname@example.org||3207190 loc. 109|
|VICKY D. JERUTA||Director, Finance Division||320-7190 loc. 163|
|ALMA C. PALABRICA, Ed.D.||Director, IIRGP||320-7190 loc. 190|
|NED P. CABABASAY||Director, Management Information System/EDPemail@example.com||3207190 loc. 202|
|SANDRA T. EXAMEN||Campus Administrator, Miagfirstname.lastname@example.org||315-8164, 315-9960, 315-9662|
|MA. EUGENITA C. CAPACIETE||Campus Administrator, Leonemail@example.com||331-0040, 331-0179|
|NOEL P. QUIDATO||Campus Administrator, Dumangasfirstname.lastname@example.org||361-2667, 361-2143|
|NELDE C. ALDERETE||Campus Administrator, Barotac Nuevoemail@example.com||0917-7233293|
|BOARD OF REGENTS|
|HON. J. PROSPERO E. DE VERA III||Chairman, CHED,
|HON. RAUL F. MUYONG||University President, Vice Chairpersonfirstname.lastname@example.org||320-7190 (102)|
|HON. RO-ANN A. BACAL||MEMBERemail@example.com||337-6840 loc. 804|
|HON. ROWEN R. GELONGA||MEMBERfirstname.lastname@example.org||330-1565 loc. 100|
|HON. SAMUEL G. ARSULO||MEMBERemail@example.com||320-7190 loc. 103|
|HON. ALLEN SON TAN||MEMBERfirstname.lastname@example.org||320-7190 loc. 103|
|HON. LEO S. SOMBIRO||MEMBERemail@example.com||320-7190 loc. 103|
|MERGIE C. GASATAYA, Ed.D.||University/Board Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org||320-7190 loc. 103|
Second Quarter Report
Third Quarter Report
The Iloilo Science and Technology University (ISAT U) and the International Center for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (UNEVOC) will hold the Ist International Research Conference on Science and Technology. The theme of the conference is “Fostering Innovative Approaches in Sciences and Technology Research and Development” and will be held on November 30-December 2, 2016 at Diversion 21, Diversion Road, Manduriao, Iloilo City, Philippines.
The Conference has three major parts. The first part is to listen to new initiatives and inputs by the convention plenary speakers. The second is to create a venue to discuss in a more interactive way issues that relate to theoretical, methodological and practical breakthroughs. The third part is to generate enabling opportunity to discuss the challenges of various initiatives of the industry-academe partnerships, networking, international collaboration, capacity building and sharing of good practices among clustered groups.
Researches in the following areas are strongly encouraged to be presented in the 2016 IRCST:
- Alternative Energy
- Information and Communication Technology
- Industrial Product Development
- Natural and Environmental Sciences
- Food Products Development
- Disaster Risks Reduction Mitigation
- Social Sciences
- Lifelong learning
- Gender Development
- Research abstract for submission should be completed within September 15, 2016.
- Research abstract should be between 150-250 words that follow the prescribed format
- Interested Researchers are advised to log on to https://goo.gl/forms/EHpVfrmB6qevRFJv1.
- Researchers will be notified a week after submission of abstract and have to submit their full papers on September 30, 2016. Full papers should be publishable format composed of 4,000-6,000 words excluding the abstract.
- PowerPoint presentations of accepted papers should be submitted on or before October 15, 2016
Deadline of Abstract Submission
15-Sept-16 30-Sept-16 15-Oct-16
Notification of Acceptance
30-Sept-16 15-Oct-16 30-Oct-16
Submission of Full Paper
15-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 14-Nov-16
Registration Fee (Live-out)
INTERNATIONAL DELEGATES $ 300
LOCAL DELEGATES Php 6,000.00
All payments should be deposited at Land Bank of the Philippines – Iznart Branch:
Account Name: Iloilo Science and Technology University, Account No: 0032-1080-59
Snacks and lunch
Paper and Pen
Copy of Abstracts
CHED and National PASUC endorsement will be provided soon.
Click here for Room Rates
Registration Period: May 8-16, 2015
Venue: Office of Student Affairs
Date of Examination: May 18, 2015
For info, please call 320-7190 local 109
For Students who graduated in Secondary Education
1. Certificate of Good Moral Character
2. High School Card
3. Registration Fee – Php 250.00
1. Print out of grades certified correct by the Registrar
2. Registration Fee – Php 250.00
College of Engineering and Architecture
- Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
- BS Mechanical Engineering major in Automotive Engineering
College of Arts and Sciences
- BS Mathematics
- BS Information System
- BS Information Technology
- BS Computer Science
- BA Community Development
College of Education
- Bachelor of Elementary Education
- Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education – Auto
- Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education – Industrial Arts
- Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Physical Science
- Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education
College of Industrial Technology
- BS Fashion Design and Merchandising
- BS Electrical Technology
- BS Eletronics Technology
- BS Hotel & Restaurant Technology
Bachelor of Industrial Technology majors in
- Construction Technology
- Electrical Technology
- Electronics Technology
- Fashion & Apparel Technology
- Furniture & Cabinet Making Technology
- Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning Refrigeration Technology
- Mechanical Technology
To all students who took the College Entrance Examination from November 29, 2014 to March 21, 2015:
POSTING OF COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION RESULTS WILL BE ON APRIL 13, 2015 VIA WWW.WVCST.EDU.PH.
Western Visayas College of Science and Technology (WVCST)- Reserve Officer’s Training Corps Unit (ROTCU) Department of Military Science and Tactics conducted its parade and review and presentation of sponsors.
The said activity was held on January 30, 2015, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the WVCST grounds.
Led by Dean of Sponsors Miss Josie Calasagsag, 10 female students from the Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Technology (BS HRT) were presented before the WVCST-ROTCU, key officials, faculty, staff and students.
The sponsors marched in front of the cadets and cadettes together with the ROTC officers as escorts. Flowers and sashes were also given to them as tokens.
The corps of sponsors consisted of Jean Pearl Parreño, Pamela Hondonero, Rhinae Mae Palma, Mary Beth Queque, Gesah Cloma, Ma. Lyn Cari, Ma. Carmie Jee Faderes, Genesis Villamayor, Danna May Demetita, and Christina Roquero.
In his message, Dr. Manuel A. Sanchez, Jr., OIC president of WVCST and the honoree and keynote speaker of the activity, challenged the sponsors to come up with various socio-civic campaigns beneficial to the academic community and society.
Meanwhile, Dr. Nehema K Misola, Vice President for Administration and Finance, emphasized the importance of remembering the values the WVCST-ROTCU has imparted, such as honesty, integrity and nationalism.
ROTCU was designed to help the students develop the abilities and attitudes that will make them academically successful, well-educated junior officers and effective leaders.
First Lieutenant (1Lt ) Manfred Von P. Magat, served as the master of ceremony.