|Bulacan State University|
|Pambansang Pamantasan sa Bulacan|
|President||Mariano C. De Jesus, Ed.D.|
& Presiding Officer
(Board of Regent)
|Hon. Nona S. Ricafort
|Faculty||573 incl. 210 part-time|
|Staff||86 non-academic personnel,
72 employees by job contract
|Students||about 21,052 (as of A.Y. 2008-2009) incl. Laboratory High School|
|Postgraduates||M.B.A., M.P.A., M.A.Ed.|
|Doctoral students||Ph.D., Ed.D., D.P.A.|
City of Malolos, Bulacan,
|Campus||Main: Malolos City
San Jose Del Monte City &
Hong Kong Office
|University Hymn||BSU Hymn and BSU March|
|Colors||Cardinal Red & Gold|
|Nickname||"BulSU" (also known as "BSU")|
|Athletics||State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association - SUC III (Olympics), CIRPS DC-SUC III, Women's National Collegiate Athletic Association (WNCAA), SCU Faculty Association of Region 3 (SCUFAR 3), Central Luzon Assoication of School Sports Invitational Championship (CLASSIC), United Central Luzon thletic Association (UCLAA)|
|Affiliations||AACCUP, Inc. , CIRPS DC-SUC III, Luzon Science Consortium|
|Website||Bulacan State University
Bulacan State University Hong Kong Office
Bulacan State University is a government-funded institution of higher learning established in 1904 and converted into a chartered state university in 1993. It is a located in the City of Malolos, Province of Bulacan, Philippines, founded in 1904. It also has satellite campuses in Bustos; Bulakan, Bulacan; and San Jose del Monte City; and an international office in Hong Kong in People's Republic of China that offers graduate and collegiate degree courses.
The University is mandated to provide higher professional / technical training and to promote research, advanced studies and progressive leadership on Engineering, Architecture, Education, Arts and Science, Information Technology, Business Administration, Medicine, Law, Public Administration and other courses. It has been identified by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) as one of the Center for Excellence and Development in the country, and one of the Training Centers nationwide for teachers who want to be educated in areas beyond their specialization.
Inside the university campus is the Bulacan Heroes Park (Panlalawigang Liwasan ng mga Bayani sa Bulacan), which enshrined all the Philippine national heroes who hailed from Bulacan and officially became the Province of Bulacan's provincial heroes' park by the help of Center for Bulacan Studies since 2004, the Mini Rizal Park, Provincial Science & Technology Center (PSTC) - Bulacan of Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Malolos Tennis Club, and the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) "Radio ng Bayan" - Voice of the Philippines.
- established on November 24, 1997 by the Samahang Pangkasaysayan ng Bulacan, Inc., with the help of some Bulakenyo scholars like Jose PW Tantoco and Dr. Jaime B. Veneracio of University of the Philippines, Diliman, to collect, promote, study, and research Bulacan's rich and diverse history, culture, environment, and anything about the province that will help on enforcing and creating public policies and programs in the Province of Bulacan, as well in the Philippines. It is funded by the Provincial Government of Bulacan and in 2004 it was listed as one the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (Commission for the Filipino Language) as Pambansang Alagad ng Wika.
- established in 2003, by virtue of a Memorandum of Agreement signed between the Bulacan State University and Hong Kong Lifelong Education Organization (HKLEO).
- accredited and recognized by Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc., International Association of Universities (IAU), The National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom(UK NARIC), and the Ministry of Education in China.
-The Institute of Local Government Administration is the primary extension agency of BulSU. Created in 1995 in partnership with the Local Government Academy of the Department of Interior and Local Government and the provincial government of Bulacan, the Institute actively promotes the knowledge, skills attitudes and values that make for effective, efficient, responsive and service-oriented local governance in the cities and the countryside.
Programs/Projects and Services Provided
Food Testing Services
Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program (SWEEP)
-To promote and upgrade the quality of engineering education, Bulacan State University partnered with Smart Communications Inc. under the Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program (SWEEP), a first-of-its-kind industry-academe partnership that seeks to improve the level of technology and engineering education in the country, particularly in the field of Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE). SWEEP was launched in March 28, 2003, with the inauguration of the first wireless laboratory at the Bulacan State University. 
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has chosen the College of Education to be one of the training centers nationwide for teachers who want to be educated in areas beyond their specialization. As one of the 85 training centers all over the country chosen by CHED. Teachers in Central Luzon Region under the Department of Education underwent training for a certificate program.
In November, 2007, the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Hanban) signed an agreement with Bulacan State University to jointly establish a Confucius Institute. During the signing ceremony, it was confirmed that the Northwest University will be the Chinese partner of the Confucius Institute.
The Confucius Institute will offer various Chinese courses, conduct Chinese cultural activities and hold HSK examinations in the hope of meeting the demands of Filipinos for Chinese and strengthening communication and friendship between the two peoples.
The Chinese Language Council International is composed of members from 12 state ministries and commissions, namely, the General Office of the State Council, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Finance, the Overseas Chinese Affaires Office of the State Council, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the State Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Commerce, the Ministry of Culture, the State Administration of Radio Film and Television (China Radio International), the State Press and Publications Administration, the State Council Information Office and the State Language Committee . President of the Council is State Councilor Chen Zhili.Governed by the Council is the Office of Chinese Language Council International, known as “Hanban” for short.
The University has a student population of 21,052 enrolled students for the academic year 2008-2009, one of the biggest population of the state university in the country. For the satellite campuses, Bustos Campus got 1,327 students, Sarmiento Campus has 922, and Meneses Campus with 272.
|Colleges, Institutes and Schools||Abbreviation||Students Enrolled|
|College of Engineering||COE||4,136|
|College of Information and Communications Technology||CICT||2,458|
|College of Industrial Technology||CIT||2,418|
|College of Education||COED||2,205|
|College of Nursing||CON||1,733|
|College of Home Economics||CHE||1,190|
|College of Social Science and Philosophy||CSSP||1,060|
|College of Science||CS||722|
|College of Architecture and Fine Arts||CAFA||692|
|College of Arts and Letters||CAL||556|
|College of Physical Education, Recreation & Sports||CPERS||173|
|Marcelo H. del Pilar College of Law||COL||57|
|College of Engineering Graduate School||COE-GS||43|
|Laboratory High School||LHS||511|
Majority of the students are Bulakenyo, but not only the Bulakenyos were studying at the University, but also many Kapampangan from Macabebe, Apalit, Masantol, San Simon, Santo Tomas, City of San Fernando, Candaba and other towns in the Province of Pampanga. There are also students coming from nearby cities of Metro Manila.
On August 22, 2007, three Malolos City regional trial courts in Bulacan will use Filipino, to promote the national language. 12 stenographers from Branches 6, 80 and 81, as model courts, had undergone training at Marcelo H. del Pilar College of Law of Bulacan State University College of Law following a directive from the Supreme Court of the Philippines. De la Rama said it was the dream of Chief Justice Reynato Puno to implement the program in other areas such as Laguna, Cavite, Quezon, Nueva Ecija, Batangas, Rizal and Metro Manila.
Filipino in Court proceedings
On August 30, 2007, Supreme Court Justice Ruben Reyes urged judges, lawyers and court officials to follow the example set by 3 Bulacan court salas (Branches 6, 80 and 81) using Filipino in proceedings (at the program commemorating the 157th birth anniversary of Marcelo H. del Pilar at the Bulacan State University. Reyes noted that the use of Filipino in Del Pilar’s Dyaryong Tagalog played a major role in enlightening Filipinos about the oppression during the Spanish regime.
Bulacan Governor Joselito Mendoza announced before thousands of students who graduated from the College of Information and Communication Technology of the Bulacan State University that 3,000 jobs will be allotted for the Business Processing Outsourcing and call center company (PLDT) that will be built in the Marilao, Bulacan ICT Park, a special economic zone. Mendoza said 300 Information Technology graduates will be employed by Bulacan government for the general revision of the Capitolyo computerization, particularly the Bulacan Satellite-Based Geographic Information System (SBGIS) Project. (PIA-Bulacan).
A 4-year school project for child workers highlighted the Philippines' observance of 2008 World Day Against Child Labor (WDACL). Accordingly, representatives of the DOLE, WDF, CCF, and other social partners in the national drive against child labor gathered at the Bulacan State University (BSU) to mark WDACL, on June 13, 2008. ABK2 (Pag-aaral ng mga Bata Para sa Kinabukasan) or TEACh (Take Every Action for Children) project will be implemented with grants from the United States Department.
Engineering graduate programs
Secondary Education Curriculum
Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP)
(Programs; Level/Accreditation Status; Duration of Validity of Accreditation Status)
1) Elementary Teacher Education; LEVEL III Re-accredited; July 16, 2007 - July 15, 2011
2) Secondary Teacher Education; LEVEL III Re-accredited; July 16, 2007 - July 15, 2011
3) Industrial Teacher Education; LEVEL III Re-accredited; July 16, 2007 - July 15, 2011
4) Civil Engineering; Under Review for Qualified for Level III
5) Mechanical Engineering; Under Review for Qualified for Level III
6) Electrical Engineering; Under Review for Qualified for Level III
7) Industrial Technology; Under Review for Qualified for Level III
8) Graduate: Doctoral (Ed.D./ Ph.D.-Ed. Mgmt.); Level II Re-accredited; Dec. 16, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2010
9) Graduate: Master’s (MAEd); Level II Re-accredited; Dec. 16, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2010
10) Graduate: Master’s (MPA); Level II Re-accredited; Dec. 16, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2010
11) Architecture; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2011
12) Computer Engineering; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2011
13) Electronics and Communication Engineering; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2011
14) Science (Biology); Candidate; Dec. 1, 2006 - Nov. 30, 2008
15) Science (Mathematics); Candidate; Dec. 1, 2006 - Nov. 30, 2008
16) Industrial Engineering; Candidate; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2009
17) Fine Arts (Advertising Arts); Candidate; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2009
18) Industrial Technology (Comp. Tech.); Candidate; Oct. 16, 2007 - Oct. 15, 2009
19) Information Technology; Candidate; Oct. 16, 2007 - Oct. 15, 2009
1) Secondary Teacher Education; Level I Accredited; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2010
2) Industrial Technology; Level I Accredited; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2010
San Jose Del Monte Campus:
1) Industrial Technology; Candidate; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2009
2) Information Technology; Candidate; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2009
3) Secondary Teacher Education; Candidate; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2009