Facilities – Cas

Science Laboratories

To be able to fully enrich the students’ knowledge in Science-based programs offered in the College, the university provides various science laboratories with complete laboratory equipment for conducting experiments through the supervision of licensed laboratory technicians. These laboratories are all adherent to the safety laboratory measures implemented in the university.

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Audio - Visual Room

The audio - visual room (AVR) holds most of the CAS events in the past years due to its cinematic and presentable set-up for audiences. It has a seating capacity of 50, fully-air conditioned and complete with technical equipment used in events such as rostrums, microphones, audio regulators and speakers, projectors, and a stage for presentations. Some of the events held in the AVR are: Industry Advisory Council (IAC) Meetings, culmination activities of CAS programs, awarding ceremony for CAS Dean’s Listers and college-based orientations and seminars. A radio technician is also assigned for the supervision of the equipment of the said event area.

TV and Radio Station

As part of the university’s aim to enhance the quality of education of students taking up BS Development Communication, a TV and radio station were established. DWPB 107.3 FM or more commonly known as, “Radyo ng Bayan Para sa Kaunlaran” , is the university’s community radio station which has been serving the students and the community by giving exemplary school-on-the-air and developmental programs hosted by students and professors from the same program.

CAS Classrooms

As one of the service colleges in the university catering to seven (7) programs, the College ensures to provide conducive learning areas for their students. With over 20 classrooms, its maintenance are well-supervised for students and teachers to conduct classes effectively. These rooms have seating capacities ranging from 30 - 50 allocated to each section depending on the number of students.