The one-hectare land of the campus in Barangay Namunga, Rosario, Batangas was donated by the generous Inandan and Zuño families of the municipality. As an expression of gratitude to the donors, the first school building of the campus was named after Pedro Inandan, while the campus was named after Jose B. Zuño. Rosario is a first class municipality that has enabled business and industry to flourish, and is host to almost a hundred private and public educational institutions and learning centers.
College of Teacher Education
The College of Teacher Education is designated by the Philippine government as a Center of Development in Teacher Education, offering nationally-accredited graduate and undergraduate programs. With over 100 faculty and support staff catering to more than 4,000 students, the college has been the largest producer of licensed teachers and education professionals in the region
College of Industrial Technology
The College of Industrial Technology is the first college established in the university, and has since proven to be a premier producer of well-rounded and globally competitive professionals who meet local, national, and international demands for skilled workers who significantly contribute to the manpower resources in response to the rapid industrialization of the modern world.
College of Accountancy, Business, Economics and International Hospitality Management
The College of Accountancy, Business, Economics and International Hospitality Management is one of the university’s largest colleges, comprised of highly skilled experts, faculty and support staff catering to more than 8,000 students. The college has been the prominent producer of licensed professionals in the fields of accountancy and customs administration, as well as world-class graduates in the fields of business, entrepreneurship, management accounting, hospitality and tourism management, public administration, and disaster risk management.