The North Luzon Philippines State College recently purchased four (4) brand new passenger vans. The vans will be used to enhance the capability to deliver the programs and services that the NLPSC owe to its stakeholders in pursuant to its mandate.
The Tertiary Education Subsidy Grantees of the North Luzon Philippines State College received their stipend for the 1st semester of the Academic Year 2018-2019 on February 7, 2019 at the NLPSC Gymnasium. The 251 TES grantees received an amount of Php 20, 000 as financial support for the cost of their tertiary education including allowances for books, transportation, boarding, and supplies among others.
In order to validate whether the courses at NLPSC meet the educational standards, the Bachelor of Arts in English Language (ABEL), Bachelor of Science in Criminology (BSCrim), and Bachelor of Science in Office Administration (BSOA) programs went through accreditation on November 20- 22, 2019.
PRC announced that 14,324 out of 41,341 successfully passed the December 2018 Criminologist board exams. The schedule of online appointment for issuance of Professional ID and Certificate of Registration will start from January 28 to February 6, 2019.
With an institutional performance rating of 45.30% as against the 34.65% national passing rate, NLPSC produced 53 newly registered criminologists.
Dr. Andres T. Malinnag, Jr., the current Dean of the College of Teacher Education, has successfully published his research paper entitled, “The Awareness of NLPSC Community towards a Federal Republic”, at the International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences (IJRESS) in its December 2018 issue.
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on December 7, 2018 announced that 18,409 elementary teachers out of 90,750 examinees (20.29%) and 60,803 secondary teachers out of 126,582 examinees (48.03%) successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).
With an institutional passing rate of 36.92% in the Elementary level and 64.89% in the Secondary level, NLPSC produced 78 new licensed teachers in the September 2018 Licensure Examination for Teachers.
With an institutional passing rate of 86.67%, NLPSC produced 14 new licensed midwives in the April 2018 Midwife Licensure Examination.
- Risa Ayate, RM
- JuneVille Dumawa Aguilar, RM
- Allen Campilla, RM
- Lorebelle Grabanzor Choa, RM
- Emalyn Gallardo Galla, RM
- Rhea Mae Soriao, RN
- Kirna Casinova, RM
- Dayanara Galuardo, RM
- Maricel Gonzalo, RM
- Merjie Tom-en Cello, RM
- Destinie Joy Tamo Ebojo, RM
- Beverly Gabon Galinato, RM
- Fatima Valdez, RM
- Jesica Molina, RM