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Laguna state polytechnic university

  1. 1. LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY In Service to Motherland and Humanity
  2. 2. Republic of the Philippines Laguna State Polytechnic Unioversity Siniloan (Host) Campus HISTORY LSPU HYM VISION FACILITIES MISSION COLLEGES OFFICAL AND GRADUATE COURSES ADMINISTRATION The makers
  3. 3. History The Laguna State Polytechnic University was first known in 1952 as the Baybay Provincial High School, the first public high school established in the Baybay District. Expansion after expansion has been done since its establishment, with the number of infrastructures, projects/programs and enrollment have been increasing and growing. Then, in 1957, by virtue of Republic Act 1807, it was converted into an agricultural school known as the Baybay National Agricultural and Vocational School. After the realization of a need for a college in the eastern portion of the province, the school was then elevated to Baybay National College of Agriculture and Technology in 1971 by virtue of Republic Act 6327.
  4. 4. In 1983, by virtue of Batas Pambansa 482, the institution was converted into the Laguna State Polytechnic College (LSPC), the only state college at the time in the province. The state college rests on a 33-hectare site in Siniloan, Laguna, along Laguna de Bay, and is 124 kilometers from Manila. It has a campus of 13.37 hectares and the rest consisting of 19.63 hectares which is devoted to laboratory and research areas for crop and animal production. There is also a college extension site consisting of 100-hectares, in Barangay Kapatalan, about 20 kilometers from the Host Campus. Hence, a total land area of 133 hectares. Its Main Campus in Santa Cruz, Laguna is situated in a 7-hectare site.
  5. 5. Looking back at some notable accomplishments of the first College President of LSPC, Dr. Ricardo A. Wagan, he opened four Satellite Campuses established through Memorandum of Agreement with the local government of Laguna, to wit: LSPC- Nagcarlan Satellite Campus, LSPC-Santa Maria satellite Campus, LSPC-Cabuyao Satellite Campus, and LSPC-RECS Village/San Luis Sports Complex Satellite Campus in Santa Cruz.
  6. 6. Then, by virtue of Republic Act 8292 otherwise known as the Higher Education Modernization Act of 1998, CHED-Supervised Institutions (CSI's) were integrated with the LSPC system during the years 1999-2000. College of Arts and Trades (LCAT former Laguna School of Arts and Trade) now LSPU- Santa Cruz Campus located in Barangay Bubukal, Santa Cruz;
  7. 7. Los Baños College of Fisheries (LBCF) now LSPU-Los Baños Campus located in Barangay Mayondon-Malinta, Los Baños; and San Pablo City National School of Arts and Trades (SPCNSAT) now LSPU-San Pablo City Campus located in Barangay Del Remedio, San Pablo City.
  8. 8. Vision The university shall be known as: A Premier University in CALABARZON, offering academic programs and related services designed to respond to the requirements of the Philippines and the global economy particularly Asian countries.
  9. 9. Mission The university shall primarily provide advanced education, professional, technological and vocational instruction in agriculture, fisheries, forestry, sciences, industrial technologies, teacher education, medicine, law, arts and sciences, information technology and other related fields. it shall also undertake research and extension services and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.
  10. 10. Officials of the Administration The LSPU System is led by the University President who is assisted by four Vice-Presidents: VP for Academic Affairs; VP for Research and Development, Extension and Production; VP for Administration, Budget and Finance; and VP for External Affairs. They are all in-charge of university- wide or all-campus affairs of the university. Each campuses are administrated by the Campus Directors assisted by the Deputy Campus Directors. The leader of academics/instruction for each campuses is held by the Head Deans, assisted by the Deans of every colleges. Several Program Directors are also tasked to facilitate campus-wide interests/affairs. There are also three system-wide University Directors who assist in policy implementation and special interests of the system.
  11. 11. Dr. Ricardo A. Wagan University President
  12. 12. Dr. Nestor M. De Vera (Siniloan Campus) Vice-President for Academic Affairs Dr. Lyrma C. Hife (Santa Cruz Campus) Vice-President for Research and Development, Extension and Production Mrs. Nerrida P. Baja (Siniloan Campus) Vice-President for Administration, Budget and Finance
  13. 13. Dr. Ricardo F. Wagan III (Los Baños Campus) Vice-President for External Affairs Mrs. Thelma F. Wagan Executive Secretary to the President Dr. Teresita W. Ballesteros (Los Baños Campus) University Director for Sports
  14. 14. Dr. Florhaida V. Pamatmat (Santa Cruz Campus) University Director for International Affairs Prof. Nimfa G. Dimaculangan (Santa Cruz Campus) University Director for Scholarships and Assistance Program Dr. Evelyn L. Balaoro (Santa Cruz Campus) University Director for National Service Training Program
  15. 15. LSPU Hymn Oh dearest LSPU, our guiding star to success Oh dearest Alma Mater, LSPU evermore Our source of knowledge like the star Leading, making us goal go far In our vocations, fields of work You guide us to our goals We'll live to serve our people We'll do the best we can For our loved one's and our country Progressive, free Oh dearest LSPU, our guiding star to success Oh dearest LSPU, our guiding star to success
  16. 16. FACILITIES ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
  17. 17. FACILITIES CASHIER
  18. 18. FACILITIES UNIVERSITY GARAGE
  19. 19. FACILITIES OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTS FUNCTION HALL
  20. 20. FACILITIES PRESIDENTS OFFICE
  21. 21. FACILITIES MINI HOTEL
  22. 22. FACILITIES BUTTERFLY GARDEN
  23. 23. FACILITIES DOREX BUOLDING
  24. 24. FACILITIES PATRHOLOGY BUILDING
  25. 25. FACILITIES CAS ACCREDITATION CENTER
  26. 26. FACILITIES COMPUTER LABORATORY
  27. 27. FACILITIES MULTI MEDIA LABORATORY
  28. 28. FACILITIES CHMT BUILDING
  29. 29. FACILITIES BUILDING
  30. 30. FACILITIES LABORATORY
  31. 31. FACILITIES
  32. 32. FACILITIES
  33. 33. FACILITIES FARM MECHANICS
  34. 34. FACILITIES GARDEN
  35. 35. FACILITIES NURSERY
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  37. 37. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTUIRAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  38. 38. UNDERRADUATE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business Administration Major in: Agricultural Business Management, Animal Enterprise Management, Crop Enterprise Management Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education Major in: Animal Science, Crop Science, Technology and Home Economics Bachelor of Science in Agro-Forestry Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
  39. 39. UNDERRADUATE PROGRAMS Bachelor in Secondary Education Major in: Mathematics, English, Filipino, Biological Science, Physical Science, Social Studies, Chemistry, General Science, History, Physics, Technology and Livelihood Education Bachelor in Elementary Education Major in: General Elementary Education, Pre- Elementary Education, Special Education
  40. 40. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education Major in: Home Economics, Industrial Arts, Architectural Drafting Technology, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Technology, Electrical Technology, Food Technology, Automotive Technology, Electronics Technology, Garments Technology, Civil Technology, Cosmetology, Woodworking Technology Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  41. 41. COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM
  42. 42. UNDERRADUATE PROGRAMS  College of Hospitality Management and Tourism Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BSHRM) Bachelor of Science in Tourism (BST) Bachelor of Science in Home Technology and Entrepreneurship (BSHTE) Diploma in Hotel and Restaurant Management (DHRM)
  43. 43. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
  44. 44. GOAL In pursuit of the University’s Vision and Mission the CAS is committed to develop with good personality flexible enough to adjust in the changing moods for global competitiveness which is related to research and extension services and productively equip them with knowledge and skills in computer education and other related fields of arts and sciences.
  45. 45. UNDERRADUATE PROGRAMS College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BS Psychology) Bachelor of Arts in Economics (AB Economics) Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Administration (BSSA) Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
  46. 46. Diploma in Computer Secretarial (DCS) Associate in Information Technology (AIT) Associate in Computer Electronics (ACE) Bachelor of Science in Accountancy Associate in Office Admministration Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  47. 47. No. of Students: 66 Founded Year 2008 Advisers: Mr. Ric L. Mendoza Mrs. Balencia R. Aduana Supervisor: Mr. For-Ian V. Sandoval
  48. 48. OBJECTIVES OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 1. Complete understanding of the concepts, principles and the theories of financial management. 2. Helps student to seek employment and assume entry level jobs or positions of responsibility as financial analyst, financial manager, or executive. 3. Prepare students to pursue a teaching career or graduate studies in business.
  49. 49. The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Financial Management, Marketing and Economics have the following goals and objectives the program requires high level of dynamism and commitment from the students. The students will work in depth in each course through the proper balancing of finance, theory and research literature with the practical aspects of financial management, marketing and economics.
  50. 50. The program aims to produces graduates for careers in financial department of general business, investment banking firms, broker-dealer firms, and management consulting firms, various departments of commercial banks and other financial institutions, central banks and international financial institutions.
  51. 51. Job Opportunities 1. entrepreneur 2. financial analyst 3. operation management assistant 4. management trainee 5. treasury assistant 6. credit and collection assistant 7. credit analyst 8.and some other related fields
  52. 52. Business Administration Society A.Y. 2010-2011 President: Ronald C. Lagubana Vice-President: Angeline Masikip Secretary: Ailene Deocansel Treasurer: Cyrene Crisanto Auditor: Krisbell Almeniana Business Mgrs.: Nikkolaine Crisanto Nancy Navalta P.R.O.: Henry Lizardo Jerry Bueno
  53. 53. Business Administration Society A.Y. 2010-2011 S.E.O.: Jason Aguilar May Ann Ablaza S.P.O.: Rozelle Cahigas Muse: Leizel Marie Sion Escort: Nhormel Umali Representatives: 1st Year: Marienne Joy Aguado 2nd Year: Reziel Rubin
  54. 54. A Seminar Founded by the BSBA Society
  55. 55. The Makers Mary Joyce Medina Roselyn mangaya Donna Magahis Arram Ong
  56. 56. GRADUATE STUDIES AND APPLIED RESEARCH Doctor of Philosophy in Agriculture Major Fields: Animal Science Crop Science Master of Science in Agriculture (MSA) Major Fields: Animal Science Crop Science
  57. 57. GRADUATE STUDIES AND APPLIED RESEARCH  Master of Arts in Education (MAED) Specialization: Educational Management Guidance and Counseling Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Major Fields: Mathematics Social Science English Filipino Physical Education Technology and Home Economics Science and Technology

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