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Vision / Mission

UNIVERSITY VISION

The Isabela State University, a globally recognized institution of higher learning for people empowerment and sustainable development embodying excellence, effectiveness, accountability and integrity.

  

UNIVERSITY MISSION

The Isabela State University is committed to train and develop students to become professionally competent graduates who are equipped with sound moral principles; and to serve the community through research, extension and resource generation by way of inspired leadership and responsive manpower.

 

CORE VALUES

Excellence
ISU commits itself to dispensing its functions with productivity and exemplifying its values with distinction and brilliance. Every work manifests a distinct quality and every individual persistently strives to improve his performance and value system.

Effectiveness
ISU desires a far-reaching and long-lasting useful impact on every individual, every institution and on various other entities both in local and international scenes that can be translated into holistic growth of people, of the country and the world.

Accountability
ISU commits to being answerable to everyone, to every appropriate authority and to the laws of the land and of GOD in everything that it does. It submits itself to the highest principles of responsibility, responsiveness, and moral uprightness.

Integrity
ISU adheres to high moral soundness internally and externally. It dispenses and upholds honesty in thoughts, in words and in deeds and conducts transactions with transparency and accountability. It submits itself to the highest level of professional standards and individual and corporate wholeness. The Lord God is its icon of integrity.

Historical Background

HISTORY

It was January 2005, when a team of the Socio-Cultural Group of ISU-Echague headed by DR. CINDY MEDINA visited Palanan to share their expertise on songs and dances in the celebration of the town fiesta.

It was allowed by the merging of the two great minds-that the former ISU President, DR. ROMEO R. QUILANG and former Mayor NATIVIDAD A. BERNARDO - hence, the conception of our ISU Outreach Program.

It comes into fruition... a survey was done, spearheaded by PROF. SAULO AGGABAO and the staff of the Student's Affairs Office. There was a rigid information disseminations at the coastal areas, even in the towns of Divilacan and Maconacon. The result was very satisfactory.

It was born. The good news was  spread along the coastal areas. The pioner students numbered 132, Education applicants 48 and the Agriculture applicants with 54. Professionals in the Local Government Unit (LGU), Palanan High School and some from the Elementary were also eager and interested for professional growth; hand -in -hand, the Master of Arts in Education was also offered with 30 students.

The generous principal of Palanan National High School, MRS. CORAZON L. BERNARDO allowed us to use four classrooms - two for classes one for office and the fourth as the library.

DR. ROWENA M. DEL ROSARIO of the College of Arts and Sciences was then designated to man the Outreach Program with MR. ROLLY L. SAN JOSE as acting Registrar and Cashier.

Heads of the Campuses prior to its integration with the main campus including period service or incumbency

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