03 October 2011
The College of Agriculture and Fisheries (CAF) headed by new Dean Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo is now in frenzy move in view of its AACCUP accreditation for Level 1 status sometime this month of September 2011.
Together with the other Colleges , CAF accredidation efforts is being made after it successfully passed the preliminary status level some time in 2009. The College of Agriculture and Fisheries passed the prelimary level status with a high rating of 2.50 out of maximum points of 2.90.
CAF's accreditation with AACCUP together with that of the other curricular programs of the CSC is expected to bolster its bid for promotion as university.
Cong. Cesar V. Sarmiento said in his 'Ulat sa Distrito' that the CSC 's conversion into a University may be realized sometime in 2012 or 2013.
Twice in a row, CAF produced two board LEA placers, namely: Ferdinand B. Tariman Jr. (2016-9th placer and Roberto B. Barba Jr. (2007-4th placer). As board placers the duo received recognition and cash incentives from the CSC administration through then Pres. Dr. Asincuin V. Asetre.
The following are LEA board passers for the last seven (7) years:
2005—Rommel Vargas and Jessica M. Sarmiento;
2006—Ferdinand B. Tariman Jr., (9th placer), Rachelle Ann R. Manlangit, Ma. Hershey V. Tadoy and Cheryl B. Teves.;
2007—Roberto B. Barba Jr.,(4th placer), Ace William R. Tria, Kennedy O. Usero and Richard V. Cabrera.
2008—Alex Asuncion and Emmylou A. Tadoy;
2009—Mac Andrew Bonifacio, Mary Grace de Jesus, Eddie S. Millon and Rudy M. Sorreda Jr.;
2010—Josel B. Reyes and Ronald T. Santelices;
2011—Jaysel Evangelista, Fausto I. Eusebio, Jr., and Emmanuel F. de Leon
Dean Tablizo said CAF will offer curricular programs in agribusiness related courses in the future.
As of writing, CSC Intrams 2011 is going on and the Colleges of Agriculture and Fisheries, Health Sciences and Education is grouped under Unit II. More often than not, their unit always emerged as first-runner up.