About CHMSC

CHMSC Milestones
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State University

On April 26, RA 11336, the law elevating CHMSC to a state university was signed by Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte. It was published in the Official Gazette on July 1. Within the period of 120 days after the approval of RA 11336, CHMSC shall fulfill all CHED requirements. As provided in Sec. 21, “the provisions of this Act notwithstanding, the conversion of the institution into a state university shall become effective only upon the determination and declaration by the CHED…”

2019
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Jesus Fermin Campus, Road to University Status, SUC Level III, ISO 9001:2015 & the Villafranca Family

EB Magalona Vice Mayor Robert F. Acaling and his family donated a three-hectare lot in Barangay Alicante, EB Magalona. It will serve as a Research and Extension Center and it will soon be known as Jesus Fermin Campus in honor of Jesus Fermin, the late grandfather of the donor.

HB 8732 which substituted HB 7081 otherwise known as “An Act converting Carlos Hilado Memorial State College...into a State University...” authored by Bacolod Lone District Representative Greg Gasataya and co-authored by 3rd District Representative Afredo “Albee” Benitez and 5th District Representative Alejandro Mirasol whose jurisdictions include Talisay City and Binalbagan town respectively, passed the third and final reading in Congress. Senate Bill 1919 of the same title authored by Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino also passed the Senate. The joint version of the bill awaited presidential approval as of March 2019.

As per CHED Memorandum Order No. 12, Series of 2018, CHMSC was classified as SUC Level III effective June 22, 2018.

CHMSC passed the accreditation and certification process and was certified by Certification International as ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management).

In December, the Villafranca Family through its Carmen Agricultural Development Inc. signed a Memorandum of Agreement with CHMSC expressing to donate a three-hectare lot in Barangay San Jose, Binalbagan as additional property to the existing campus in Barangay Enclaro, Binalbagan.

2018
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Green CHMSC Movement

CHMSC launched the Green CHMSC Movement. A year after, it hosted the 1st Western Visayas Green Summit and signed the Bacolod Declaration of Commitment in Education for Sustainable Development.

2012
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CHMSC Binalbagan Campus

As per BOT Resolution No. 46 series of 2000, NOSOF in Binalbagan became part of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College.

2000
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CHMSC Fortune Towne Campus

NOPCC transferred to its present location at Fortune Towne, Barangay Estefania, Bacolod City and became known as CHMSC Fortune Towne Campus.

1995
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Carlos Hilado Memorial State College

By virtue of RA 7707 authored by Rep. Carlos V. Lacson of the 3rd District of Negros Occidental, Paglaum State College was renamed Carlos Hilado Memorial State College.

1994
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Paglaum State College

By virtue of BP 477, NOCAT in Talisay City, BCNTS in Alijis and NOPCC located within NOHS were integrated under one college and renamed Paglaum State College (PSC).

1983
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Negros Occidental Provincial Community College

Negros Occidental Provincial Community College (NOPCC) was established by virtue of Provincial Board Resolution No. 1 Series of 1970. The school was temporarily housed at the Negros Occidental High School grounds.

1970
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Bacolod City National Trade School

Bacolod City National Trade School (BCNTS) in Barangay Alijis, Bacolod City was created by virtue of RA 3886 authored by Rep. Inocenio V. Ferrer.

1968
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Negros Occidental School of Arts and Trades

Negros Occidental School of Arts and Trades (NOSAT) in Talisay City was created by virtue of RA 848 authored by Rep. Carlos A. Hilado.

1954
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Negros Occidental School of Fisheries

Representative Augurio Marañon Abeto authored HB 532 to appropriate a budget for the establishment of a fishery school in Binalbagan, Negros Occidental. This and other related House Bill were collapsed by Representatives Abordo, Cea, and Rasul into Omnibus Bill 936 and was passed by the 2nd Congress and the Senate as RA 685, thus the establishment of Negros Occidental School of Fisheries.

1952
Vision

To be a leading GREEN institution of higher learning in the global community by 2030

Why Green
Mission

We are a GREEN institution committed to empower the youth and life-long learners
who will contribute to nation building and global transformation through quality instruction, inclusive and creative teaching-learning pedagogies, relevant research, social innovation, dynamic partnership, and active civic engagement, in a conducive and fulfilling environment for students, faculty, staff, and partners.

Core Values

Excellence
Compassion
Environment
Love of country
Service

Core Attributes

Competent
Compassionate
Environmentally responsible
Nation builder
Engaged citizen

Quality Policy

We commit to deliver quality higher education services
in conformance with established standards
through competent human resource and functional systems
adherent to the principle of continual improvement for customers’ satisfaction.

Mandate

Carlos Hilado Memorial State College shall primarily provide higher technological, professional and vocational instruction and training in science, agricultural, in industrial fields as well as short-term technical or vocational courses. It shall provide research advance studies and progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

CHMSC Hymn

A wisp from sky’s resplendent wall
Breathes hope, brings light as it does fall
Steers on the anvil so the gear
To weave the song CHMSC dear

CHMSC thou art hope and joy
Science, Technology ye do deploy
To youth with fervor burning still
Thou quench the thirst for knowledge and skills

O hail! We pledge our loyalty
And all the toil for thy glory be
To the skies that lend the noble blue
CHMSC, to thee we’ll be true

O Hail! When pioneering days will end
And success or stress will sure portend
This song will ring loudly through the sky!
To thank the great Power on high

Official Colors

The official colors of the College are Tangerine and Navy Blue.

College Seal

The seal of the College shall be the gear with spokes as symbol of technology and industry; the book and the torch as symbols of education; the smoke belching edifice as symbols of CHMSC's mission of active and unequivocal participation in the socio-economic development of the province in particular, and the nation as a whole; the anvil and the hammer as symbols of dignity and labor; and the laurel and the year 1983 as the symbol for the historical year of the birth of Carlos Hilado Memorial State college. The seal was approved by its Board of Trustees and Commission of Heraldry.

The College Code, rev. 3 ©2014

OFFICIAL CHMSC LOGO 2018
The Greening CHMSC
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Greening CHMSC Vision

To be a leading GREEN Institution
of higher learning in the global community by 2030

Where do we WANT to go?

Greening Table
Our Campuses
Board of Trustees

Academic Year 2021 - 2022

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Hon. Aldrin A. Darilag

CHED Commissioner, Chair-Designate, CHMSC Board of Trustees
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Hon. Norberto P. Mangulabnan

Vice Chairman, SUC President III
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Senator Joel Villanueva

Chair, Senate Committee on Higher and Technical Education
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Rep. Mark O. Go

Chair, Congressional Committee on Higher and Technical Education
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Hon. Francisco B. Benitez

3rd District Representative, Negros Occidental
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Hon. Remelyn R. Recoter

Member, Regional Director, DA Region VI
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Hon. Rowen R. Gelonga

Member, Regional Director, DOST Region VI
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Hon. Meylene C Rosales

Member, Regional Director, NEDA Region VI
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Hon. Socorro Victoria L. De Leon

Member, Private Sector Representative
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Hon. Roberto A. Magalona

Member, Private Sector Representative
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Hon. Jose Rabbi B. Malaga

Member, Alumni Representative
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Hon. Manuel A. Uy

Member, Faculty Representative
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Hon. Jezhiel Grace E. Vicera

Member, Student Representative

CHMSC Key Officials

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Norberto P. Mangulabnan, PhD

SUC President III

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Jay B. Estrellas, EdD

Vice President for Academic Affairs

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Rosalinda S. Tuvilla

Vice President for Administration and Finance

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Andrew Eusebio S. Tan, PhD

Vice President for Research and Extension

Deans / Executive Directors / Officers

Arjay Y. Alvarado, PhD
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Marissa S. Quezon, PhD
Dean, College of Business Management and Accountancy

Engr. Joe Marie D. Dormido, PhD
Dean, College of Computer Studies

Kirsty Mae I. Magno, PhD CJ
Dean, College of Criminal Justice

Noralyn S. Esona, PhD
Dean, College of Education

Engr. Grace C. Gerona
Dean, College of Engineering

Imee R. Perante, PhD
Dean, College of Fisheries

Engr. Russel M. Dela Torre, PhD
Dean, College of Industrial Technology

Edwin H. Bugna, PhD
Executive Director for Alijis Campus

Joevelle B. Vergara, MAED, MBA
Executive Director for Binalbagan Campus

Rino C. Del Castillo, PhD
Executive Director for Fortune Towne Campus

Ma. Prescilla G. Ausa
Registrar, Alijis Campus

Arlene G. Pasquin, MAED
Registrar, Binalbagan Campus

Rebecca C. Gegantoni, MAED
Registrar, Fortune Towne Campus

Chloe Hope T. Villasor, MAED
Registrar, Talisay Campus

Roy C. Ramos, MAED
Board Secretary

Mary Leanne A. Laganhon, PhD
College Secretary

Atty. Annie Rose B. Rosales
Legal Assistant

Atty. Juliet D. Pasustento, PhD
Chief Administrative Officer - Finance Division

Jerry S. Gumata, CPA
Accountant

Directors / Unit Heads

Ana Mary Ann H. Pancho, MAT
Director for Alumni Affairs

Maria Agnes L. Arcenas, DPA
Director for Business Affairs

Leizel May C. Tortogo, PhD
Director for Curriculum and Instructional Materials Development

Neuyer Jan C. Bala-an, MTM
Director for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management

Mary Grace B. Nacionales, MA
Director for Extension and Community Services

Rhoderick K. Samonte, MA
Director for External Affairs

Elvie S. Samson, PhD
Director for Gender and Development

Ma. Rosa S. Caraballe, PhD
Director for Graduate Studies and Continuing Education

Juben G. Palermo, MAED, RGC
Director for Guidance Services

Amelia A. Calfoforo, EdD
Director for Human Resource Development

Viola D. Mongcal
Director for Human Resource Management

Engr. Ruel B. Malapitan
Director for Information and Communications Technology

Armando R. Reosura, PhD
Director for Intellectual Property Management

Elmer A. Gumban, PhD
Director for National Service Training Program

Engr. Jun-Jun A. Marquez
Director for Physical Plant Development and Management

Roselyn R. Alegarbes, PhD
Director for Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation

Maria Victoria G. Violanda, MAED
Director for Quality Assurance and Accreditation

Ma. Teresa C. Soguilon
Director for Records Management

Leah L. Fernandez, PhD
Director for Research and Development Services

Janet T. Perez-Espinosa, PhD
Director for Student Affairs

Ma. Antonia F. Sitiota, RPm
Director for Scholarship

Philip AL Estacion
Director for Supply and Property Management

Ligaya E. Fuentes
Officer, Bids and Awards Committee

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