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Student Organizations

  1. CABEIHM Student Council (CABEIHM SC)
    • CABEIHM Student Council is a Student Organization that primarily functions as the governing body of the college’s sub-organizations. CSC looks after the interests of its stakeholders by providing document processing assistance, student activity consultation services, and support network for sub-organizations in the pursuit of excellent performance and member satisfaction. It creates leadership opportunities for its student leaders and a platform for the voice of the student body to be heard not only within the College but throughout the Campus as well.
  2. Junior Entrepreneurs Society (JES)
    • Junior Entrepreneurs Society is a local academic student organization that has been pledged to impart young marketers advance learning and skills. It will sustain what has been established with the desire to cultivating junior marketers with fortified proficiency – exceeding one’s capabilities.
  3. Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants(JPIA)
    • Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants is an academic organization realizing the need for a council to serve as a medium of expression of an idea, aspiration, to promote and protect the welfare of accountancy students as well for the society, to assert a dynamic and responsible student and to strengthen the ties that bind us.
  4. Tourism Management Society (TMS)
    • Tourism Management Society aims to develop leadership potential, student engagement, and interpersonal skills among members that keeps them abreast with the trends and issues in the tourism industry.

Student Activities

  1. CABEIHM Faculty (CABEIHM General Assembly)
  2. CABEIHM Students (BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu Intramurals)
  3. Student Participants (BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu Intramurals)
  4. CABEIHM Faculty and Students Community Outreach (Preparation and Serving of Foods for Evacuees during Taal Volcano Eruption)
  5. CABEIHM Faculty and Students Community Outreach (International Coastal Clean-up)
  6. CABEIHM Faculty and Extension Recipients Extension Services (Training on Taro Chips Production)

Student Organizations

  1. The College of Arts and Sciences Student Council
    • The College of Arts and Sciences Student Council serves as the voice of the undergraduate students of the Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu College of Arts and Sciences. As the link between the students, faculty members and the administrators, the Council’s prime objective is to support the College as it fosters an atmosphere of academic excellence, research culture and extension and community service geared towards the attainment of the University quality objective, vision and mission statement, the College goals and the Programs’ objectives.
  2. Communication Arts Society
    • It is the official student organization of the Bachelor of Arts in Communication Program. It is a community of scholars and creators dedicated to the study of communication and information and their related processes and technologies.
  3. Criminology Student Organization
    • It is the official student organization of the Bachelor of Science in Criminology Program.It is a community of students who are interested in the field of criminology and criminal justice as well as for those interested in crime, law enforcement, or careers in a criminal justice-related field.
  4. Fisheries Aquatic Environmentalists
    • It is the official student organization of the Bachelor of Science in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. It is a community of students who are interested in the study of aquatic ecosystems in order to upscale scientific understanding and to apply basic ecological principles to their management for sustainable development.
  5. Association of Psychology Students
    • It is the official student organization of the Bachelor of Science in Psychology Program. It is a community of future psychologist who initiate students’ activities and involvement geared towards their personal growth and academic development.
  6. Peer Counselors Group
    • The BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu Peer Counselor’s Group believes that every person has an incredible potential, and with that, the capacity to change positively. The organization exists to offer/ give a positive, empowering and life-enriching experience for our peer-counsellors.

Student Organizations

  1. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences Student Council (CECS SC)
    • The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences Student Council (CECS-SC) is the governing student body in BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu CECS Department. CECS-SC’s aim to represent students' concerns, distribute funding for student activities, and enhance the CECS students' experience. The council involves community service, innovation, leadership, professional advancement, and social opportunities for Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and Information Technology students.  The council also guides the student of the CECS Department to maintain a quality and harmonious environment that shall stiffen the bond of its members.
  2. Engineering Society (ES)
    • The Engineering Society was primarily propounded for the very reason of bringing up unity, cooperation and camaraderie among the Computer Engineering students, to sustain the need for growth and development of the society as a whole, and not only to equip the members with theoretical knowledge but also imbued with moral values and virtue.
  3. Computing Science Society (CSS)
    • The Computing Science Society (CSS) is an organization of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) students in the BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu. CSS aims to provide its members with the knowledge, skills, and values that can further enhance their existing technical competencies, thus preparing the members of the organization for their future roles as computing science professionals and better-performing members of society. Likewise, it considers forging linkages with other organizations that can provide the opportunity for the organization to grow and provide service to all concerned stakeholders.
  4. BatStateU Young Technology Enthusiasts (BYTES)
    • The BatstateU Young Technology Enthusiast Society encourage and supports personal and professional growth through opportunities for members to extend their knowledge and skills, develop and use professional networks, pursue career development goals and assume leadership roles in the association and in the information community.

Student Organizations

  1. CIT Student Council
    • The CIT Student Council is an organization that creates a strong bond/relationship among members with one’s idea which is to support and lead everyone into a one desirable achievement for the environment. It is also provide an activities which has a big impact into their physical, emotional and spiritual principles. The members are also trained academically and skillfully productive in order to respond the urgent need of university or local environment nin the field of industrial and food technologies.

Student Organizations

  1. CONAHS Student Council
    • The CONAHS Student Council promotes the mission of the Batangas State University through leadership, action, and awareness.  The members of this student council activelyencourage the students to improve and enhance their knowledge in the medical care of every individuals which include the opportunity to interact with licensed professionals. Our Council holds various discussion forums, increase public awareness and health care training sessions.
  2. Philippine Association of Nutrition: Delta Epsilon Chapter
    • The Philippine Association of Nutrition: Delta Epsilon Chapter (PANDEC) aimed to promote nutrition consciousness, camaraderie between future health professionals and to be a source of accurate and valid data regarding nutrition.

Student Organizations

  1. CTE Student Council (CTEC)
    • The College of Teacher Education Council is an organization that provides efficient duty and accountability to serve the school and the community through enunciating teaching and learning environment, create educational content and motivate people using effective written and oral communication skills. It is also set to deliberate students' progress by fostering a well-trained competence, perseverance, and benevolence to public service.

      The CTE Council also embodies the whole studentry of the College of Teacher Education who are fully equipped with all the essential skills and knowledge vital in the facilitating of effective teaching and learning. The council also helps to ensure the attainment of success of all the undertakings set forth by the College of Teacher Education.

  2. Social Science Council (SocScie)
    • Social Science Council is a united organization that helps to provide the acquired knowledge that every member should need. It assembles every being to apply the virtues and culture that would let them grow with all the potential to be great leaders of tomorrow.
  3. Math and Science Club
    • Lab School-CTE

      MathSci Club was created by the group of Mathematics and Science teachers. This is to enhance the interests of the high school students in mathematics and in science. The officers of the club are seeking new activities to catch up with the new trends in the world of mathematics and science. These activities made fun yet full of knowledge and latest information about the current events and new discoveries in the field of math and science.