Batangas State University (Formerly known as Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology or TRADE)

BSU, formerly known as PBMIT or TRADE

HISTORY

Batangas State University was established on 1903 as a Manual Training School, aimed of training male youth for gainful occupations particularly woodworking under the leadership of the American Mr. Sheer, the first school principal. Other succeeding principals follows. This includes Messrs. Schartz, Zacarias Canent, Isaias Maclang and Nad Pascual Magcamit. By the year 1905, the school was renamed as Batangas Trade School until it was destroyed by a fire on 1928. Classes were temporary held at the Basilica Immaculada Conception Parish, Batangas City’s Roman Catholic Church until on 1932, when the reconstruction of the school was finally accomplished. By the start of World War II, classes were temporarily stopped due to the Japanese invasion and bombardment. It was only on September 10, 1945 after the Philippine Liberation when classes resumed academic activities with Mr. Vicente J. Mendoza as the principal. Later, Batangas Trade School began admitting female students on 1948 when additional courses in food trades, garments and cosmetology were offered.

PHILOSOPHY

It includes the official vision, mission and the core values which include Peace and Spirituality, Commitment to Excellent Service, Human Dignity and Empowerment Transparency, Honesty and Accountability, Team Work and Harmony, and Concern for the Environment

MISSION

Batangas State University is committed to implement its mandates of quality and excellence, relevance and responsiveness, access and equity, and efficiency and effectiveness through instruction, research, extension and production to meet the growing needs of the country and the world for globally competitive and morally upright professionals, scientists, technologists, technicians, skilled workers and entrepreneurs.

VISION

A university which shapes a global Filipino imbued with moral courage nurtured through values and excellent education.

MOTTO

Build the dream, Shape the future, Uphold the Sublime

CAMPUSES

Batangas State University is subdivided into two main, two satellites and other 7 extension campuses located inside the Province of Batangas. Main campuses includes the Governor Pablo Porbon Campus I located in Rizal Ave. corner DJPMM St., Poblacion, Batangas City and Governor Pablo Borbon Campus II located in Brgy. Alangailan, Batangas City. The BSU ARASOF Nasugbu and the JPLPC Malvar were the two satellite campuses. Extensional Campuses includes the Don Claro M. Recto Lipa City Campus, Balayan Campus, Lemery Campus, Lobo Campus, Rosario Campus, San Juan Campus and the Taysan Campus.

The Map showing the Locations of the different Campuses of BSU throughout Province of BatangasThe first acquisition of extensional campuses began on 1984 when the Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology or PBMIT acquired a three-hectare land located in Brgy. Alangilan, Batangas City through the efforts of Mr. Isabelo Evangelio, the second college president who assumed the college presidency in now the present Governor Pablo Borbon Main Campus II. Since then, PBMIT began admitting extensional campuses throughout the Province of Batangas. This was followed by Balayan Campus established on 1994. Available courses therein includes Welding Fabrication, Electrical, Automotive and Electronics Technology. Then by the year 2000, a Memorandum of Agreement was signed that paved way for the establishment of other extension campuses located at Lipa City, Rosario and Taysan.

To maintain close ties between the campuses, Batangas State University had promoted several activities like the Quiz Bees and Intramurals for the students every September 25, 26 and 27 a year, the school’s official foundation day. The venue is always held at the Governor Feliciano “Sanoy” Leviste Memorial and Multi-purpose Gymnasium on the Main Campus 1 in which all of the selected students of the different campuses attends and participates the programs and activities held therein.

SCHOOLS and COLLEGES

Graduate School
College of Law
College of Engineering, Architecture, Fine Arts and Computing Sciences
College of Teacher Education
School of Accountancy, Business and Economics
College of Arts and Science
School of Nursing and Public Health
School of Food and International Hospitality Management
College of Industrial Technology
College of Agriculture
Integrated School

CONTACT INFORMATION

MAIN CAMPUS (Gov. Pablo Borbon Campus I)
Rizal Avenue Extension, Batangas City
Philippines 4200

Trunkline Number: +63 (43)-300-2202

LOCAL LINES

SCHOOLS/ COLLEGES

College of Arts and Sciences (Dean’s Office) 217
College of Industrial Technology 119
College of Law 107
College of Nursing 120
College of Teacher Education (Dean’s Office) 223
College of Teacher Education (Function Room) 222
Development Communications 110
General Engineering (Associate Dean’s Office) 125
General Engineering (Faculty Room 1) 113
General Engineering/ SSPH Rm 105 229
Graduate School 224
Integrated Schools 218
Physical Education 220
School of Accountancy, Business and Economics 114

For more and details, please inquire/ contact the
Testing, Admission, & Placement Office (TAPO) at:
Tel. No.: +63 (043) 300-2202 loc. 121
E-mail: tapo@batstate-u.edu.ph

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  • concern citizen

    ask lang po…may hinahanap po kc akong tao..alam ko lang is name nya,but i really dont know where she lives..

    sana po matulungan nyo ako…all i know is nagtapus xa d2 sa school na e2… batangas state university at sa cursong ECE…

    gz2 ko po sana malamn ung address nya for some serious reason..
    wala po akong intensyong masama..all i want is to find that person…

    sana po matulungan nyo ako…thnx po….

    he’res my e-add noel_2ptsflp@yahoo.com

  • http://noel_2ptsflp@yahoo.com concern citizen

    ask lang po…may hinahanap po kc akong tao..alam ko lang is name nya,but i really dont know where she lives..

    sana po matulungan nyo ako…all i know is nagtapus xa d2 sa school na e2… batangas state university at sa cursong ECE…

    gz2 ko po sana malamn ung address nya for some serious reason..
    wala po akong intensyong masama..all i want is to find that person…

    sana po matulungan nyo ako…thnx po….

    he’res my e-add noel_2ptsflp@yahoo.com

  • yolly

    i want to know who am i going to contact for concessionaire in BSU canteen. thanks po

  • yolly

    i want to know who am i going to contact for concessionaire in BSU canteen. thanks po

  • Tracy Kris Castor

    eto lang masasbi ko BSU is THE BEST UNIVERSITY in Batangas!

  • http://facebook Tracy Kris Castor

    eto lang masasbi ko BSU is THE BEST UNIVERSITY in Batangas!

  • maria shiela v. urbano

    magtatanong lng poh kung papanomg-enroll sa batangas state university?
    tnx

  • Anonymous

    outdated na po ang information n’yo.

    May ilang College Dept. ang binago at pinaghalo.

    Tulad ng CABEIHM…
    College of Accountancy, Bus Econ, and Intl Hospitality Mngmnt.

  • Maricris Manuel

    Hi, I am Maricris Arenas Manuel, and my sister, Emilyn Arenas Perez will support the studies of Dizel Adante on your school this year. My sister is based in Canada and she requested me to inquire if Dizel Adante is really enrolled on your school and how much is the tuition fee for this school year or per semester. She just would like to check if her mother is asking for the correct amount from her. I hope you can help us and if we can call you directly, please inform us your number. I am based here in Manila and currently working in IBM Phils.

  • http://www.facebook.com lorlin D.Sino-ag

    nababahala lng ako sa mga estudyanteng nagrereklamo na mainit dw ang kanilang room sa cabeihm room .405,doon din ang room ng anak nagkakasakit na ang anak ko dahil sa room na yu maari ga pong palagyan nyo naman ng aircon at electricfan ang room na yon…pati ang teacher nagrereklamo na din dahil sa sobrang init nga doon….sayang naman ang binabayad na tuition kung mainit naman sa room nila.nawa’y inyong mabasa at malutas ang problema na ito hinihntay ko ang kasagutan nyo…

    • Vincent

      hahay..

  • bubut

    hi po .. ask ko lang po kung may fine arts po sa malvar bsu…?

    • Vincent

      wala po, sa Alangilan Campus lang po..

  • banjo

    hi po i just wana ask if there is dormitories ar kahit po apartment or bedspace po and yung mga prices thanks i;m jo ramirez of AUP silang cavite thnaks you ^^ ..

  • Bayan Patroler

    just want to give comments on how the teachers of BSU-IS Prep and Primary levels teaches. Academically, they are fine but psychologically and behaviorally they are sucks!!! they are corrupting the innocent mind of the child… they shows favoritism among the students… they are giving opportunities only to few students in which their parents have close relationship with the teachers (“sip-sip”)… imagine, there is this one kid i know, in one of his subject, all of his quizzes, seat works, long and short tests, even the first periodical exam, all were 90++ or even much higher, and the final grade in the report card for the first grading is only 83… what the hell??? the reason behind it, according to the teacher is, the kid has a low grade in recitation… when the kid was asked he said he was always raising his hands during recitation but was not called even once, but his classmate(which is on top) was always called not only once or twice… then the teacher asked, who is this kid??? where is his seats??? i am not familiar with this kid… the kid also said that sometimes he does not want to raise his hands anymore, “di naman po ako tinatawag, lagi nalang sila”… but i know this kid is intelligent.

    • Vincent

      sabihin mo kasi sa batang yan, tumambling, kumandirit at magsplit para mapansin ng teacher..

  • Concern kababayan

    For me, BSU as of now still not so good for a good education. There are so many extra curricular activities that is not related to a course. The number of hours required in a student for a certain course is not enough because of this extra curricular activities. Like at this date, almost one week BSU is celebrating a foundation day in which all the student are not going to school. Also, the student is required to have a thesis in which almost one semester and even more is not enough just to finish their thesis. Compare before, during our school years, our days in school was concentrated almost in studies and even we don’t have ojt. Our teachers before were all from famous Manila universities. But now, even we are in a modern technology, one graduate still no enough knowledge with their course. If only during our times, we have this modern technology with the same way we finished our course, may be, we, the pioneer of BSU can be considered the greatest graduates.

  • Jay Cris Fabello

    this will be my alma mater :)