Nasugbu

  • EnricoDalanginThe Batangas State University in Nasugbu is one of the few specialized campuses offering not only quality Fishery Education, but also has endured to offer several other programs such as BS Computer Engineering and Computing Courses, Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management including Tourism Management, Bachelor of Science in Food Technology, Bachelor of Secondary Education and Bachelor of Elementary Education, among others, all are leading in their respective fields in the whole of Batangas and its neighboring provinces.

    Living up to the University’s core values, BatState-U Nasugbu is continuing its commitment to excellent service, team work and harmony, through our hardworking and dedicated officials and faculty members, ensuring that quality education and training is communicated across our student population, to be able to bring out their fullest potentials and mould them into successful professionals, making them feel that our Campus is a place of opportunities which will help them hone the basics of knowledge that they have.

    We continue to expand our programs in the campus to respond best to our students’ needs, progress their learning, and make them experience exceptional value in many aspects of their lives as students and as responsible individuals, always keeping in mind the University’s mission and vision. Our faculty members, administration personnel and staff are all working very hard to make these and more happen.

    So I personally welcome you, students, visitors and future clients, to know more about our humble campus and the specific programs we offer, and see for yourself why you would want to start building your future with us.

    Prof. ENRICO MAGBOO-DALANGIN
    Executive Director
    batstateu.nasugbu@gmail.com

  • The Batangas State University ARASOF Nasugbu Campus is located at Barangay Bucana, Nasugbu Batangas. It started as a branch of the Philippine Institute of Fisheries Technology in Nasugbu, Batangas. On May 1952 by virtue of Republic Act No. 685 passed by congress through the efforts of the late congressman Apolinario R. Apacible and former director of fisheries, Dr. Deogracias Villadolid, a 4.3 hectare tract of land was donated by Don Antonio Roxas y Cia.

    By the year 1957, the institute was transferred to the department of education. It started offering secondary fishery curriculum and the name was changed to Batangas School of Fisheries. In 1972, the school became an independent fishery school and in 1975, it started offering the Fishery Technical Curriculum, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Fisheries (BSF) together with the school’s transferee to the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports (MECS), Region IV.

    On August 20, 1975 by virtue of Presidential Decree 787 the name of the institution was changed

    to Apolinario R. Apacible School of Fisheries.

    In 1981, the school integrated a Fishery Elementary Unit. Then in 1994 – 1995 it offered Bachelor of Science in Fishery Education (BSFED). On 1996, the school started to offer Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BSHRM) and the Bachelor of Science in Food Technology (BSFT) through the CHED Order No. 42. Then on 1997, it started to offer the Bachelor of Secondary Education and Bachelor of Elementary Education major in English, Math and General Science.

    The following year, Bachelor of Science in Information Management was offered.

    On February 25, 2000, the official integration of ARASOF was passed by the Board of Trustees of Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology.

    And on March 24, 2000, the Board of Trustees of PBMIT approved the official name and address of this institution as: Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology Apolinario R. Apacible School of Fisheries.

    On March 22, 2001 by virtue of Republic Act 9045, the Batangas State University was created by integrating the Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology with all its branches, Jose P. Laurel Polytechnic College in Malvar and Polytechnic University of the Philippines in Sto. Tomas.

    Contact Information

    Ma. Luisa A. Valdez, Ph. D.
    Director for Academic Affairs
    Batangas State University
    ARASOF Nasugbu Campus
    Nasugbu, Batangas 4231
    043) 931-1343  (043) 931-3822
    bsu.arasof_cte@yahoo.com