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AKLAN STATE UNIVERSITY

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UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS

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DR. EMILY M. ARANGOTE

SUC President III
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-5801
pres.emily@asu.edu.ph

DR. CECILE O. LEGASPI

Vice President, Administration
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-7282
vpa@asu.edu.ph

DR. ARLENE B. DELA CRUZ

Vice President, Academic Affairs
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-6776
vpaa@asu.edu.ph

MS.MICHELLE M. TAN

Secretary of the University /Board of Regents
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-5981
mmt_asca@yahoo.com

 
CARMENCHITA M. TUMACA

OIC, Board Secretary
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-5981
tumaca.carmencita@asu.edu.ph  

JONNA M. TORRES

OIC, University Secretary
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-5981
jmtorres.asu@gmail.com 

DR. MICHAEL T. IBISATE

Campus Director, ASU-Banga
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-7294
mikeibisate@yahoo.com

banga@asu.edu.ph 
 
DR. HARLEY P. ARBOLEDA

Campus Director, ASU-Kalibo
Tel/Fax: (+036) 268-3042
infokalibo@asu.edu.ph

PROF. ARTHUR E. JIZMUNDO

Campus Director, ASU-Ibajay
Tel/Fax: (+036) 289-2181
charrm@asu.edu.ph

PROF. FRANCIS I. RENACIDO

Campus Director, ASU-New Washington
Tel/Fax: (+036) 264-3567
cfms@asu.edu.ph 

DR. EVA R. ORLINA

OIC Dean, College of Agriculture, Forestry and Environmental Sciences
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-6780
cafes@asu.edu.ph

DR. DONNA R. LARIOSA

Dean, School of Arts and Sciences
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-6566
sasdeansoffice@gmail.com 

DR. BENEDICTA D. REPAYO

OIC Dean, College of Teacher Education
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-6813
cte@asu.edu.ph 

DR. ROSALINA I. ATOS

OIC Dean, School of Veterinary Medicine
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-6546
svm@asu.edu.ph 

 

DR. BENEDICT B. BOMBAES

Dean, School of Management Sciences
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-7130
odsms@asu.edu.ph

DR. REMEDIOS M. MARABE

Director, Finance Services
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-7159
asufinance@asu.edu.ph

 
DR. MELBA  L. RAGA-AS

Director, Research and Development Services
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-6800
rds@asu.edu.ph

DR. NENIA N. BOHULANO

Director, Extension and Community Services
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-5984
ecs_banga@asu.edu.ph

MRS. RHEA M. RAMOS
OIC, Training Services

Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-5984
asu.ts2020@gmail.com

PROF. CLARITA R. TAMBONG

Director, Monitoring and Evaluation
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-6852
monitoring.evaluation@asu.edu.ph

DR. JHOANNA G. GUARIN

Director, Intellectual Property Rights
Tel/Fax: (+036) 268.9312
ipro@asu.edu.ph

DR. LUCHELYN A. BELTRAN

Director, Office of the Student Affairs>
Tel/Fax: (+036) 264-3972
osadirector@asu.edu.ph

PROF. JUVY M. CASIMERO

Director, Curriculum and Instruction
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-7359
juvy_casimero@asu.edu.ph

MS. BLISS G. ROLDAN

Director, Library and Information Services
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-5276
banga.library@asu.edu.ph

DR. JEFFREY A. CLARIN

Director, Information & Communication Technology
Tel: (+036) 268-4130
jeffrey.clarin@asu.edu.ph

PROF. JONNA M. TORRES

Director, Alumni and Public Relations
Tel/Fax : (036) 267-5981
jmtorres@asu.edu.ph

DR. MANUEL O. MALONESIO

Director, International Relations
Tel: (+36) 267-7359
ia@asu.edu.ph

DR. ELEANOR F. ROSALES

Director, Quality Assurance
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-3923
quality.asurance@asu.edu.ph

PROF. EDILBERTO L. SOLIDUM

Director, Physical Plant Development Services
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-6847
ppds@asu.edu.ph

PROF. ALEXANDER I. RAMOS

>Director, Safety and Security Services
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-7308
security@asu.edu.ph

PROF. RICHARD E. DIONISIO

Director, National Service Training Program
Tel/Fax: (+036) 268-3042
richard.dionisio1229@gmail.com

DR. MA. REMA B. LAURON

Director, Production
Tel No: (036) 267-7322
production@asu.edu.ph

PROF. WILNER R. LEYSON

Director, Business & Marketing
leysonwilner@yahoo.com

MR. HANIBAL S. PRADO

Director, Admissions and Registrarship;
Tel.No: (036) 268-5231

DR. AMELIA T. NAVEJAS

Head, Teacher Education Center, Makato
Tel/Fax: (+036) 272-3923
makato@asu.edu.ph

MRS. GEMMA F. QUINTANA

Executive Assistant
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-6586
gemma.quintana@asu.edu.ph

UNIVERSITY OFFICERS
DR. ANNA MAE C. RELINGO

Director, Planning & Development
Tel/Fax: (+036) 267-7282
planning-devt@asu.edu.ph

Prof. Julie Ann A. Salido

Director, Gender and Development
Tel/Fax: (+036) 268-9312
jasalido@asu.edu.ph

Prof. Hadjie C. Ruzgal

Director, Auxiliary Services
Tel/Fax: 0963 623 2099
ruzgal.hadjie@asu.edu.ph

"aklan state university's humble beginnings...

The Aklan State University (ASU) is considered as one of the institutions of learning in Western Visayas. It started as the Banga Intermediate School in 1917 through a resolution passed by the Provincial Board headed by Governor Simeon Mobo. The school became a farm school with the conversion of the Banga Intermediate School into the Capiz Farm School (Aklan being a part of Capiz then), which was formally opened in June 1918.

As the enrollment increased considerably, the school was converted into a secondary rural school in 1928 and was named the Banga Rural High School. Through Republic Act No. 3439 authored by Congressman Jose B. Legaspi, the Banga Rural High School was named the Aklan Agricultural College (AAC) in 1963.

A two-year technical course was first offered. Subsequently, the college was permitted to offer Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA) program, with Agronomy and Animal Husbandry as major fields on May 19, 1966. In the seventies, the College further strengthened its instruction program and continued to expand its higher education services by offering other baccalaureate courses. In addition, it offered graduate and post graduate programs to cater to the needs of professionals who seek for career and intellectual advancement.

Having met the standards and requirements of an agricultural state college, the Aklan Agricultural College was converted into the Aklan State College of Agriculture (ASCA) on April 10, 1992 by virtue of Republic Act No. 7371, which was sponsored by Congressman Ramon B. Legaspi Sr. Pursuant to pertinent provisions of R.A. 7722, and R.A. 8292, as well as R.A. 8745 or the General Appropriations Act of 1999, four (4) CHED-supervised institutions were integrated to ASCA in 1999. These were the Roxas Memorial College of Arts and Trades (RMCAT) in Kalibo; the Aklan National College of Fisheries (ANCF) in New Washington; the Northern Panay Teachers College (NPTC) in Makato; and the Western Aklan Polytechnic College (WAPC) in Ibajay. But better things came for ASCA.

The consolidated version of House Bill 1548 authored by Congressman Allen S. Quimpo and Senate Bill 2236 were passed on final reading on February 5, 2001, and on January 29, 2001, respectively. On April 4, 2001, R.A. 9055 entitled "An Act Converting the Aklan State College of Agriculture in the Municipality of Banga, Province of Aklan into a State University to be known as the Aklan State University, appropriating Funds Therefore and for Other Purposes" was finally signed into law by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo which elevated the former ASCA to Aklan State University (ASU). Today, the School where "boys love to work, and pretty girls sing, cook and dance" has gone a long way from its obscurity in the good all days to its present national prominence.