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Makita sa hulagway nga gitunol ni Hon. Jonas Cortez (BAS 1983-87), City Mayor of Mandaue ang Homecoming Crystal ngadto nilang Hon. Loreto Yu (BAS 1981-84), Mayor of Alang-alang, Leyte ug Prof. Francisco Gabunada (BAS 1981-84), Director sa Philippine Carabao Center (PCC) nga anaa magbase sa Visayas State University (VSU), Baybay City, Leyte.  Ang pagdawat sa mga naulahi sa Homecoming Crystal mao ang timaan sa pagdawat sa Batches ’81 and ’84 sa sponsorship sa 2011 VSU Grand Alumni Homecoming.

HANDUMANAN SA VSU BATCHES ’80 UG ‘83

Baybay City, Leyte. Sugod karong tuig 2010, usa ka kristal ang magsilbing timaan sa pagdawat sa katungdanan sa pagdumala sa tinuig nga Grand Alumni Homecoming sa Visayas State University (VSU) ‘ning dakbayan.

Angayang mahibaloan nga tinuig nga gipahigayon ang Alumni Homecoming niining maong unibersidad sa tinguha nga mahimong mas lig-on ang relasyon tali sa VSU ug sa mga alumni niini.  Samtang, aron mahimong hapsay ang pagpadagan sa tinuig nga kalihokan, duha (2) ka mga batches ang gitahasan isip mga sponsoring groups matag tuig.

Karong tuiga, ang Batches ’80 ug ’83 ang mibarog isip mga sponsoring batches sa bag-ohay pa lang natapos nga 2010 Grand Alumni Homecoming sa VSU.  Ug usa sa mga handumanan, nga angayang pasalamatan sa VSU Alumni Association, Incorporated (VSUAAAI), sa maong mga sponsoring batches karong tuiga, mao ang Homecoming Crystal nga ilang gipatuyo sa pagpahimo aron magsilbing simbolo sa paghatag sa katungdanan sa mosunod nga mga sponsoring batches.

Matud pa ni Dr. Rotacio S. Gravoso, ang Batch ’83 Convener, nga, ‘‘Kay ang Alumni Homecoming man gud for us is a symbol for harmony, friendship, camaraderie and unity among the alumni of an institution.  But what will symbolize the Alumni Homecoming?  There is none.  So, we came up with that idea.  Nganong crystal man?  Ang crystal man gud is transparent.  So, everything unta sa Alumni Homecoming, including the organization should be transparent.’’

Samtang, nag-compose og awit silang Dr. Gravoso ug Dr. Edith G. Cagasan, ang Batch 80 Convener, aron mas daghan ang mga alumni sa VSU nga madasig sa pagtambong sa tinuig nga kalihokan niini.  Ilang gipakita ang music video niini sa labing una nga higayon atol sa Alumni Nite karong tuiga.

Matud pa ni Gravoso nga, “Music is the language of the soul…  the language of the heart.  Thus, we thought of having a song especially dedicated sa next year nga Alumni Homecoming para ma-entice ang uban pa pagtambong.”

Alang nilang Gravoso ug Cagasan, lahi ra kon ipa-agi sa awit ang pagpadayag sa mensahe, ilabi na sa pagdasig sa mga alumni sa pagbalik sa ilang alma mater“So, amo ‘tong gift sa next alumni homecoming para ang next sponsors will be able to entice more alumni to come and participate and para ‘sab ‘mi makatabang sa pag-communicate sa essence sa alumni homecoming because by listening to the song, maka-feel sila og desire to come back home kay mingawon man sila.  Matud pa gani sa uban, nakakatindig balahibo ang maong awit,” dugang pa ni Dr. Gravoso.

Nasayran nga sa dili madugay, i-upload ang among music video sa vsualumni.wordpress.com ug sa Facebook Accounts nilang Dr. Garvoso ug Dr. Cagasan

Sa katapusan, gipasalamatan ni Dr. Gravoso ang tanan nga misanong sa ilang imbitasyon alang sa 2010 Alumni Homecoming.  Matud pa niya, “Daghay kulang, pero daghan ‘sab ang nalingaw. And we are so happy that the Alumni President himself, Mr. Bernie Tocmo, extended his congratulations to us.  According to him, it’s not actually the expenses that matters, it’s the effort. Dili ang kuwarta, dili ang expenses ug dili ang kagarbo ang mahinungdanon. For as long as naay effort, mao kini ang more important than anything else segun pa sa VSUAAI President.”

Angayang masayran nga sa Mayo 20-21, 2011 gikatakdang ipahigayon ang 2011 Grand Alumni Homecoming sa VSU.  Samtang, ang Batches ’81 and ‘84 ang gisangunan sa pagdumala niining maong kalihokan sunod tuig.

Nunot niini, gidasig ang tanan nga mga alumni sa Baybay National Agricultural School (BNAS), Visayas Agricultural College (VAC), Visayas State College of Agriculture (ViSCA), Leyte State University (LSU) ug Visayas State University (VSU) nga batasanon ang pagbisita sa vsualumni.wordpress.com alang sa detalye kabahin niini.  (MMCano)

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TO  MR. BERNARDO H. TOCMO and Family:


The Visayas State University Alumni Association would like to convey our deepest sympathy to you and to your whole family in this time of grief. With our deepest condolences on the death of your beloved Mother, may the love of those around you help you through the days ahead. Peace, prayers and blessings. May you take comfort in knowing an angel is watching over you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


From Visayas State University Association Inc., Collegues and Friends

WANTED:        2 RA’s  for  VSUAAI/ACRO Office

Qualifications:

–        BS graduate in DevCom, Education, Economics or any other related course

–        Proficient in oral and written communication

–        Knowledgeable in Desktop Publishing

–        Can work independently; requires minimum supervision

–        Flexible, open-minded, dynamic and disciplined

–        Must be willing to travel and work overtime

*Fresh graduates are encouraged to apply

Send your application to:

Dr. Anabella B. Tulin

HEAD, ACRO

Visayas State University

Submit your CV, application letter and TOR at VSU Alumni Office, ICT Bldg. on or before October 2010. Or you may email to vsualumni@gmail.com.

Noted:

Teresita L. Quiñanola

Head, HRMDO

The following were elected as Board of Directors and Officers of the VSU Alumni Association, Inc. during the 2010 General Assembly meeting held last May 21, 2010 at the VSU Beach Garden Resort. Based on the Association’s Constitution and By Laws, the first half (1-6) shall serve for a term of three years (until May 2013) while the remaining half (7-11) shall serve until May 2011.


1.     EDGARDO E. TULIN
BSA ‘81
President, VSUAAI
Vice-President for Planning and Resource Generation,VSU
tulinedgardo@gmail.com



2.     WINSTON M. TABADA
BSAE ‘83
Secretary, VSUAAI
Head, DCST-VSU
wtabada@gmail.com



3.     GINAS AUREA A. VILLAGONZALO
BSA ‘82
Treasurer, VSUAAI
Staff, DAS-VSU
aurea25@yahoo.com



4.     REYNALDO P. MONREAL
BSA ‘81
PIO, VSUAAI
Executive Director, Center for Developments in Culture, Heritage and The Arts
reighmonreal@hotmail.com



5.     BERNARDO H. TOCMO
BSAB ‘82
Member, VSUAAI
Vice President, Metrobank
bernie.tocmo / bhtocmo@metrobank.com.ph


6.     ELVIRA C. TORRES
BSAB ‘80
Member, VSUAAI
Asst. RIARC Manager, DA-Region 8
lvctorres@yahoo.com


7.     ROBERTO C. GUARTE
BSAE ‘80
Vice-President, VSUAAI
Vice-President for Admin. and Finance, VSU
guarte_rc@yahoo.com


8.       JACINTO B. ELLE
BSAE ‘83
Member, VSUAAI
Presiding Judge, Bulwagan ng Katarungan, 4th MCTC San Juan
Jcntelle@yahoo.com


9.       RENATO B. PADAYAO
BSAE ‘81
Auditor, VSUAAI
Asst. Provincial Prosecutor, DOJ-NAPROS
renpads@yahoo.com


10.    EFREN B. SAZ
BSAgEd ‘75
Member, VSUAAI
Director, ISRDS-VSU
efrens
az@gmail.com

11.    CANESIO D. PREDO
BSAE ‘86
Member, VSUAAI
Asst. Prof. II, NARC-VSU
cdpredo@yahoo.com



Please tell us what you think of the Proposed  Vision, Mission and Goals of VSU. We need to know your comments, feedback and suggestions.

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PROPOSED VISION, MISSION and GOALS of VSU


Vision (Proposed)

  • VSU as premier University of Science and Technology in the Visayas

Mission (Proposed)

  • Development of world-class human capital, scientific knowledge and innovative technology for sustained economic and social transformation

Core Values (Proposed)

1. TRUTH (existing) – The search for truth is the very essence of this academic institution. Pursuit of the truth is the backbone of the scientific process where certainty of results is tested against all known facts to conclude that truth has been uncovered.   An institution that stands by the truth reasons in accordance with facts and realities and projects sincerity in action, character and utterance. The character of an institution is shaped by its ability to stand by the truth and make use of it.

2. INTEGRITY (new in place of “work”) – A firm adherence to an upright moral code and ethical standard is vital in the University’s search for truth. An institution engaged in producing quality human capital and scientific innovation must remain incorruptible in a morally challenging environment.  Integrity is crucial in forging synergistic partnerships between the University and its stakeholders.  Partnerships founded upon integrity practice transparency and mutual trust.

3. RELEVANCE (existing) –The University should continually pursue to contribute to society’s intellectual, cultural and economic progress. Its scientific and technological endeavors should be shaped by the demands of society, either in the form of knowledge in basic sciences or technology derived from applied and developmental researches.

4. EXCELLENCE (new in place of “knowledge”) – An institution should strive for excellence in its unceasing quest for the truth and relevant contributions to society. The stakeholders of the university that includes its students, producers and industries deserve nothing but the best that the institution can offer. An institution that consistently lives by excellent standards in anything that it does is efficient in its search for the truth and delivery of socially-relevant scientific and technological contributions.

GOALS (Proposed):

1) SUSTAINED EXCELLENCE IN INSTRUCTION

Produce highly competent and world-class manpower in science and technology especially for agriculture, environmental management and industries proficient in communication skills, critical thinking, and analytical abilities.

2) HIGHLY INNOVATIVE RD/E SYSTEM AND COMPETITIVE S&T PRODUCTS

Generate and disseminate relevant knowledge and technology that leads to improved productivity, profitability and sustainability in agriculture, environment and industries.

3) ADEQUACY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF RESOURCE GENERATION

Generate adequate resources to support the University’s instruction, research and extension pursuits and physical infrastructure needs in the face of declining government subsidy to SUCs.

4) EFFICIENT, EFFECTIVE AND CLIENT-CENTERED ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SERVICES

Provide timely, accessible, acceptable and customer-friendly administrative support system that promotes partnership and sense of shared stewardship with students, faculty, alumni and other stakeholders.

5) FUNCTIONAL AND ADEQUATE PHYSICAL FACILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE

Provide functional and adequate facilities and support infrastructure essential to a world-class instruction, innovative RD/E, sustainable resource generation, and efficient administration.

The VSU Alumni Association, Inc. will have its Grand Alumni Homecoming on May 21-22, 2010 at the Visayas State University, Baybay City campus.  For the two-day affair, the sponsors composed of Batches 1980 and 1983 and graduates of the then Experimental Rural High School (now VSU Laboratory High School) have aligned activities aimed to foster camaraderie among the alumni. These include a homecoming mass, a symposium on Climate Change Risk Management through Green Development, alumni night, motorcade and sports and fun games. Registration fee for the alumni homecoming is P500.

For children of the alumni, the sponsors have also organized an Arts Workshop and Eco- Camp. Registration fee for Arts Workshop is P500 and P350 for the Eco-Camp.

The sponsoring batches are calling on all the graduates of the then Baybay National Agricultural School (BNAS), Visayas Agricultural College (VAC), Visayas State College of Agriculture (ViSCA), Leyte State University (LSU) and now the Visayas State University (VSU) in Baybay City, Leyte to participate in this year’s homecoming. “They will surely experience  fun and camaraderie during these days”, a member of the sponsoring batches assured.

The registration will start on May 20, 2010 at the Balay Alumni.  This will continue until the next day, May 21st, at the VSU Beach Garden Resort. The schedule of activities are as follows:

Date and Time Activity Venue
20 May 2010 (Thursday)
7:00am ONWARDS REGISTRATION Balay Alumni
2:00 pm Rehearsals for Reyna Elena and Rigodon de Honor (Sponsoring Batches, Incumbent VSU Alumni Association Officers, VSU President and Vice Presidents) VSU Gym
21 May 2010 (Friday)
7:00 onwards REGISTRATION VSU Beach Garden Resort
8:00-9:00 HOMECOMING MASS VSU Beach Garden Resort
9:00 SYMPOSIUM
Theme: Climate change risk management through green development
VSU Beach Garden Resort
12:00-1:00 LUNCH VSU Beach Garden Resort
1:00 ALUMNI BUSINESS MEETING VSU Beach Garden Resort
7:00 ALUMNI NITE
Special Features:

  • Reyna Elena 2010
  • Rigodon de Honor
  • Pinning of VSU Alumni Pins
  • Passing of the Homecoming Sponsorship to the Next Sponsors
  • Cocktail Dinner
  • Ballroom Dancing, Disco, Singing, etc. with a Live Band
VSU Gym

22 May 2010 (Saturday)
6:30-8:00 Breakfast VSU Beach Garden Resort
8:00 MOTORCADE featuring floats that highlight the culture of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao VSU-Baybay-VSU
11:00 DULANG PINOY VSU Beach Garden Resort
12:00 LUNCH
1:00pm onwards REUNION by Batches, Majors, Frats, Dorms, etc (Food and drinks will be available for sale)
PAINTING EXHIBITS BY ALUMNI’S KIDS

CULMINATION OF ECO-CAMP

VSU Beach Garden Resort

For questions and other concerns, all VSU alumni may contact Dr. Rotacio S. Gravoso, Multi-Media Development Center (Telefax: 053 335-2620/email: gravoso@gmail.com) or Dr. Editha G. Cagasan, Department of Development Communication (Tel: 053-335-2650/email: edithcagasan@yahoo.com). Details of the homecoming can also be obtained through http:vsualumni.wordpress.com.

The enrollment at the Visayas State University (VSU) in Baybay City, Leyte , for the First Semester of School Year 2010-2011, starts on May 3, 2010.  The schedule is as follows:

Freshmen and Transferees                 May 3-28, 2010

4th Year Students                                   June 1 (morning)

3rd Year Students                                   June 1 (afternoon)

2nd Year Students                                  June 2

Old and other Students                          June 3-4

Graduate Students                                 June 1-4

The admission requirements for the freshmen are: 1) original copy of High School Card (Form 138), 2) Certificate of Good Moral Character, 3) five (5) copies 1×1 ID picture, colored with white background, 4) original copy of birth certificate issues by the National Statistics Office (NSO) and 5) a Medical Certificate from the VSU Physician (after compliance of the following exams which may be obtained from other duly recognized government physicians – x-ray, CBC, Urinalysis and Fecalysis).

On the other hand, the requirements for the transferees are as follows:  1) Certificate of Transfer Credentials/Honorable Dismissal, 2) Transcript of Records/Informative copy of grades with at least 2.5 grade point average (issued by the School Registrar), 3) Certificate of Good Moral Character, 4) five (5) copies 1×1 ID picture, colored with white background, 5) original copy of birth certificate issues by the National Statistics Office (NSO) and 6) a Medical Certificate from the VSU Physician (after compliance of the following exams which may be obtained from other duly recognized government physicians – x-ray, CBC, Urinalysis and Fecalysis).

The regular school fees include:  Entrance Fee = P100.00; Miscellaneous Fee = P1,067.00 (may vary depending upon the nature of the degree program); Tuition Fee (P120.00 per unit x 22 units) = P2,640.00 (may vary depending on the total number of units enrolled); Laboratory Fees: Other Courses = P500.00, Computer Service Courses = P1,000.00 and Veterinary Medicine = P1,200.00 and Dormitory/Cottage Fee = P150.00/month (may vary depending on the dormitory/cottage admitted to).  However, to enroll, a student may pay  P1,000 only.

Classes will start on June 7, 2010.  The Orientation for the new students is also scheduled on the said date.

For more inquiries, you may contact the University Registrar, Visayas State University (VSU), Visca, Baybay City, Leyte thru telephone number (053) 335-2644 or (053) 563-7428.  You may also send your inquiries, through fax, to (053) 335-2601.

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