The Computer Science Program of North Luzon Philippines State College (NLPSC) hosted an extension program on Graphics and design for the faculty members of Sto. Tomas National High School on April 22 and 29, 2022. This endeavor aims to train the teachers of the said high school in graphic design, specifically in the use of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
The Graphics and Design Training Workshop is just one of the extension programs of NLPSC to Sto. Tomas National High School that promotes the partnership between the two institutions. The workshop is held in the Computer Laboratory Room of NLPSC.
Mrs. Leslie Agbulos discussed graphic design principles, while Mr. Ronald Gacusan and Mr. Gerald Valdez taught participants how to use Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
On the final day of the seminar-workshop, members of the teaching staff from Sto. Tomas National High School, led by its principal, Dr. Alejandro F. Haboc, lauded NLPSC and expressed its gratitude to NLPSC for extending its hands in training and improving the skills of its staff in the area of graphic design.
From the Office of Student Affairs and Services:
Good day, NLPSCians! We are happy to announce the winners of the recently concluded SG Elections 2020:
President: Alvin B. Caldona
VP for Student Concerns: Jenifer R. Cabangin
VP for Operations: Angiela F. Dorado
Secretary: Jeramie Felipe
Treasurer: Christian CJ F. Gaoat
Auditor: Caroline K. Marquez
P.R.O.: Jubert B. Marquez
Business Manager: April Joy V. Cortez
Congratulations to our newly elected Student Government Officers for the S.Y. 2020-2021!
We want to thank everyone for the successful SG Elections 2020!
The Student Affairs and Services Office (SASO) will be conducting the annual Teaching Aptitude Test (TAT) for the incoming 2nd-year students of the College of Teacher Education on July 8, 2020, at the NLPSC Gymnasium.
The applicants should accomplish the details in the application form which can be accessed at https://bit.ly/NLPSCTAT, not later than July 3, 2020.
Should there be any queries, kindly reach us through this number 09460228556, or message the Facebook page of the Student Affairs and Services Office:
In these challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic, each one of us is facing difficulties that affect us mentally and emotionally. The pandemic indeed has brought stress and anxiety to all.
The North Luzon Philippines State College is more than willing to offer help, especially to our students through the Student Affairs and Services Office (SASO) which launches the "Coping with Covid-19 Project". This project aims to extend psychosocial support to NLPSCians amidst our battle against the pandemic. SASO is now offering a free CONFIDENTIAL telephone psychological first aid.
You may reach out to our Facilitator through these numbers:
Globe or TM: +63953-125-5933 | +63965-122-7066
Smart or TNT: +63921-826-9058
To our dear NLPSC students,
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to us the so-called “new normal” which is equivalent to changes and there is no other option for us but to embrace it. In response to these changes, NLPSC is conducting a SURVEY TO DETERMINE OUR READINESS TO ADOPT FLEXIBLE MODES OF LEARNING for the next school year.
May we then request you to participate in the survey by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/NLPSCSFF
Your feedback matters to us.
On the blissful day of May 05, 2010, former Congressman Eric D. Singson founded the North Luzon Philippines State College (formerly CCC-UNP Branch) by virtue of the Republic Act 10085.
A decade has passed, and today marks a milestone in the history of NLPSC celebrating its 10th Year Anniversary!
Under the active and visionary leadership of its President Dr. Elizabeth M. Gacusana, together with its competent, committed, and dedicated employees, NLPSC has become a very promising institution in the North for continuously providing excellent and dynamic service over the years. NLPSC will surely continue to unfold its greater potentials to open wider opportunities to its stakeholders in the years to come.
Keep shining purple, green, and yellow bright! Long live, NLPSC!
With the vision to heal as one, the North Luzon Philippines State College (NLPSC) provided support to the frontliners who are selflessly serving the region to combat the COVID-19 disease outbreak. Spearheaded by Dr Elizabeth M. Gacusana, who extended her support and guidance, volunteer employees of NLPSC were able to create 1,396 face shields in the span of five days.
Twenty-three (23) faculty members of the North Luzon Philippines State College were promoted through the full implementation of the National Budget Circular (NBC) 461 -7th Cycle. The 23 promoted faculty members took their oath on February 24, 2020, during the flag-raising ceremony of the College and was administered by President Elizabeth M. Gacusana.
To better serve its stakeholders, the North Luzon Philippines State College (NLPSC) has completed the rehabilitation of its gymnasium equipped with an air-conditioning unit. The project with an approved budget for the contract of Php 6,929,226.11 from General Appropriations Act (GAA) was completed on January 28, 2020. The rehabilitation includes the demolition and removal of the existing structure, painting, ceiling, metal, doors, windows, and roofing works.
The construction of the three-storey academic and laboratory building for the Criminal Justice Education (CJE) Department has been completed and is now on use. The P26.9-M building houses eight academic classrooms, one faculty room, and laboratory rooms to cater to the curricular needs of the program. The building is also equipped with a crime scene laboratory room, photography room, firing range room, and defense tactics room.