With an institutional passing rate of 52.75%, the North Luzon Philippines State College produced 39 new Criminologists during the October 2016 Criminology Board Exam. Congratulations, NLPSCians! Read more to view the list of Passers.
The Office of the Academic Affairs and Instruction sponsored an Outcomes-Based Education Seminar-Workshop on November 21, 2016 at the Audio-Visual Room. The seminar-workshop was attended by all faculty members of the College. The theme of the said workshop is “Embracing the Outcomes-Based Education for Quality Education.”
The seminar-workshop oriented the faculty members on making learning plan especially on framing the intended learning outcomes, designing the teaching learning activities, and designing the assessment activities. The workshop also oriented the faculty on the new outcomes-based education instrument for accreditation.
In accordance with the pertinent provisions of the Republic Act (RA) 7722, otherwise known as the “Higher Education Act of 1994,” NLPSC conducted a fire and earthquake drill last October 27, 2016 which was participated by the personnel and students. The drill was focused on the scenario of 7.2 magnitude earthquake where the participants perform the “DUCK, COVER, and HOLD” until shaking stopped.
With the theme, “PASUC @ 49: Paving the Path Towards Internationalization of State and Universities and Colleges through Culture and the Arts,” the North Luzon Philippines State College celebrated the Culture and the Arts Festival 2016 on September 29-30, 2016.
Several contested activities have been participated by the students and the winners are as follows:
Hon. Ericson D. Singson led the groundbreaking ceremony of the future Three-Storey Academic Building with complete furniture and fixtures which will house the College of Business Education of the North Luzon Philippines State College on March 8, 2016.
Mayor Singson also led the laying of the time capsule assisted by Dr. Elizabeth M. Gacusana and the college directors.
The project has an approved budget contract of Php21,699,154. It has a construction area of 1,431 m2 and will hold 15 classrooms.
The project is targeted to be accomplished within a year.