School Overview
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School Name :
Eastern Visayas State University
School Type :
Private
Academic Calendar :
Bi-Semestral





How to contact the School?

Address : Salazar Street, Quarry District, Tacloban City, Leyte 6500
Contact Number : +63 53 321 1084
Email : [email protected]
Website : http://www.evsu.edu.ph/


School Summary

The Eastern Visayas State University is a public university in the Philippines and the oldest higher education institution in Eastern Visayas. It is mandated to provide advanced education, higher technological, professional instruction and training in trade, fishery, agriculture, forestry, science, education, commerce, architecture, engineering, and related courses. It is also mandated to undertake research and extension services, and provide progressive leadership in its area of specialization. Its main campus is in Tacloban.




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Published on 8:31 am

Office of Guidance Services EVSUANNOUNCEMENT

Office of Guidance Services EVSUANNOUNCEMENT:

EVSU COLLEGE ONLINE ADMISSION APPLICATION will re-open on May 25, 2020.
Please see the details below or click this link:

apps.evsu.edu.ph/admissions
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Source: Eastern Visayas State University

 

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For further clarification po! Where specifically in the EVSU Information System can I access my admission application form?

Eastern Visayas State University when I am uploading the needed documents, it just keeps on loading. No confirmation that the files are already uploaded. I have friends who experienced the same thing.

How about the senior high application for STEM track?

Senior high pls?

Ahmm.. pde mag ask.. keanu dri nkaka log in ha student portal.. puro po "no record found" ??

Pano po an process an mabalik pag eskwela nagstop kasi ak yana nga schoolyr waray katapos an 1st sem. Thankyou

Hino po may copy han application admission form?pasend please

Senior high?

mam nganong dugay diay ma send human naman sad ko og fill up actually 3 days nako sige og balik mam/sir ngano diay ni

paano po kumuha ng application number?

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Para po sa incoming first year college. Meron po ba?

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Bakit hindi po ma access ang link ng admission?

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Published on 11:55 pm

Trivia from 1951-1952 Leyte Trade School

May 20th

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Published on 6:06 am

EVSU LLD faculty gets a boost in adapting the new normalThe Languages and Literature Department of Eastern Visayas State University-Main Campus conducted a webinar series tagged as LLD Webinar Series 2020: Adapting to the New Normal for Quality Higher Education, a free webinar series that was participated in by both English and Filipino faculty of the said department, last May 08, 2020.The Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Dennis C. De Paz and the Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Fatima Socorro M. Quianzon also joined the said event.The webinar aims to give a platform for the LLD faculty together with some of the university key officials for a discussion of practical strategies that need to be addressed by the university, especially that the school will be transitioning to a new normal in the academic setting.The first webinar session entitled Moving to Virtual Teaching: The New Normal was conducted around 10:00 am via Microsoft Teams by Dr. Rose Ann K. Petronio, a Faculty of AC Flora High School in South Carolina and a Microsoft Ambassador Innovative Expert.Meanwhile, the second session at 1:00 pm was facilitated by Dr. Antonio P. Contreras, a Full Professor of Political Science and the President of Association of Faculty and Educators in De La Salle University-Manila. His lecture focused on The Challenges and Opportunities for Online and Alternative Learning Systems delivered via Google Meet.The free webinar series is part of EVSU and LLDs support to the recent directive of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to universities and colleges in implementing flexible learning mode that may start the next academic year in August or earlier months.The LLD team, headed by Dr. Glenda B. Tupaz, will be conducting more webinar series in the coming weeks this month to fully strengthen the pedagogical knowledge and management skills of the faculty members in adapting to and rebuilding the new normal in higher education.#EVSUACAP
#EVSUCASLLD
#WebinarOnAdaptingToTheNewNormalForQualityHigherEducationhttps://www.evsu.edu.ph/university-news/evsu-lld-faculty-gets-a-boost-in-adapting-the-new-normal/

EVSU LLD faculty gets a boost in adapting the new normalThe Languages and Literature Department of Eastern Visayas State University-Main Campus conducted a webinar series tagged as ''LLD Webinar Series 2020

EVSU LLD faculty gets a boost in adapting the new normal

The Languages and Literature Department of Eastern Visayas State University-Main Campus conducted a webinar series tagged as ''LLD Webinar Series 2020: Adapting to the New Normal for Quality Higher Education'', a free webinar series that was participated in by both English and Filipino faculty of the said department, last May 08, 2020.

The Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Dennis C. De Paz and the Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Fatima Socorro M. Quianzon also joined the said event.

The webinar aims to give a platform for the LLD faculty together with some of the university key officials for a discussion of practical strategies that need to be addressed by the university, especially that the school will be transitioning to a new normal in the academic setting.

The first webinar session entitled ''Moving to Virtual Teaching: The New Normal'' was conducted around 10:00 am via Microsoft Teams by Dr. Rose Ann K. Petronio, a Faculty of AC Flora High School in South Carolina and a Microsoft Ambassador Innovative Expert.

Meanwhile, the second session at 1:00 pm was facilitated by Dr. Antonio P. Contreras, a Full Professor of Political Science and the President of Association of Faculty and Educators in De La Salle University-Manila. His lecture focused on ''The Challenges and Opportunities for Online and Alternative Learning Systems'' delivered via Google Meet.

The free webinar series is part of EVSU and LLD's support to the recent directive of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to universities and colleges in implementing flexible learning mode that may start the next academic year in August or earlier months.

The LLD team, headed by Dr. Glenda B. Tupaz, will be conducting more webinar series in the coming weeks this month to fully strengthen the pedagogical knowledge and management skills of the faculty members in adapting to and rebuilding the new normal in higher education.

#EVSUACAP
#evsucaslld
#webinaronadaptingtothenewnormalforqualityhighereducation

www.evsu.edu.ph/university-news/evsu-lld-faculty-gets-a-boost-in-adapting-the-new-normal/
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Source: Eastern Visayas State University

 

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Ma'am/Sir, pwede paba mag apply for college?

Maam unsaon man ang take sa entrance exam pwede naba

Thanks LLD. CAS and EVSU

Published on 6:03 am

BC Faculty voluntarily aids students, school guards under lockdownIn a gesture of solidarity, faculty members of Burauen Campus voluntarily contributed to raise amount as donation to 17 students and three school guards affected by stricter quarantine after two reported cases of COVID-19 in Burauen, Leyte.This modest assistance from the faculty yielded relief packs containing basic emergency food items: kilos of rice, canned goods, basic spices, condiments and hygiene essentials like face masks and alcohol.Of these 17 students, 14 reside in Brgy. Balao and 4 in Brgy. Haponan – two barangays placed under lockdown - resulting to less community mobility and limited access to market, making it harder for them to buy even their own necessities.Meanwhile, 3 campus guards remained wedged to official duty in EVSU Burauen Campus as stricter border passage in towns has become the new norm as local government imposes stricter measures to contain the coronavirus spread. Burauen Campus now their temporary home provides their essential needs.While it is true that town borders remain closed because of the serious threats to health brought forth by the global pandemic, hearts shall remain wide open to those people in need.#EVSUACAP
#EVSUBurauenhttps://www.evsu.edu.ph/university-news/bc-faculty-voluntarily-aids-students-school-guards-under-lockdown/

BC Faculty voluntarily aids students, school guards under lockdown In a gesture of solidarity, faculty members of Burauen Campus voluntarily contributed to raise amount as donation to 17 students and three school guards affected by stricter quarantine after two reported cases of COVID-19 in Burauen, Leyte

BC Faculty voluntarily aids students, school guards under lockdown

In a gesture of solidarity, faculty members of Burauen Campus voluntarily contributed to raise amount as donation to 17 students and three school guards affected by stricter quarantine after two reported cases of COVID-19 in Burauen, Leyte.

This modest assistance from the faculty yielded relief packs containing basic emergency food items: kilos of rice, canned goods, basic spices, condiments and hygiene essentials like face masks and alcohol.

Of these 17 students, 14 reside in Brgy. Balao and 4 in Brgy. Haponan – two barangays placed under lockdown - resulting to less community mobility and limited access to market, making it harder for them to buy even their own necessities.

Meanwhile, 3 campus guards remained wedged to official duty in EVSU Burauen Campus as stricter border passage in towns has become the new norm as local government imposes stricter measures to contain the coronavirus spread. Burauen Campus now their temporary home provides their essential needs.

While it is true that town borders remain closed because of the serious threats to health brought forth by the global pandemic, hearts shall remain wide open to those people in need.

#EVSUACAP
#evsuburauen

www.evsu.edu.ph/university-news/bc-faculty-voluntarily-aids-students-school-guards-under-lockdown/
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Source: Eastern Visayas State University

Published on 5:57 am

UAQTE budget enough for FY 2020 implementation - DBMThe implementation of the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education (UAQTE) Law (Republic Act [RA] No. 10931) will not be affected by the implementation of National Budget Circular (NBC) No. 580, issued by the Department of Budget and Management.Considering historical data on UAQTE fund utilization, only P11.98-Billion out of the P72.35-Billion available funding for the UAQTE in FY 2020 was reprogrammed for COVID-19 interventions. The DBM assures everyone that P60.37-Billion is still available to cover the full implementation of the UAQTE Law in FY 2020.Despite adoption and implementation of the economic measures to fight coronavirus, CHEd, along with other SUCs, welcomes this development and remains steadfast in their commitment to delivering quality education to Filipino students.#EVSUACAP
#EVSUUAQTEBudgetForFY2020

UAQTE budget enough for FY 2020 implementation - DBMThe implementation of the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education (UAQTE) Law (Republic Act [RA] No

UAQTE budget enough for FY 2020 implementation - DBM

The implementation of the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education (UAQTE) Law (Republic Act [RA] No. 10931) will not be affected by the implementation of National Budget Circular (NBC) No. 580, issued by the Department of Budget and Management.

Considering historical data on UAQTE fund utilization, only P11.98-Billion out of the P72.35-Billion available funding for the UAQTE in FY 2020 was reprogrammed for COVID-19 interventions. The DBM assures everyone that P60.37-Billion is still available to cover the full implementation of the UAQTE Law in FY 2020.

Despite adoption and implementation of the economic measures to fight coronavirus, CHEd, along with other SUCs, welcomes this development and remains steadfast in their commitment to delivering quality education to Filipino students.

#EVSUACAP
#evsuuaqtebudgetforfy2020[UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO QUALITY TERTIARY EDUCATION LAW NOT ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY COVID-19 ECONOMY MEASURES]

The implementation of the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education (UAQTE) Law (Republic Act [RA] No. 10931) will not be affected by the implementation of National Budget Circular (NBC) No. 580, issued by the Department of Budget and Management. While the said Circular aims to partially generate the required amounts to implement the national policy to address the Corona Virus Disease-2019 (COVID-19) situation, it also provides that programs, activities and projects that may be deferred are those items that are not likely to be implemented within the current fiscal year, FY 2020.

Records reveal that the obligation budget utilization rate (BUR) of the Commission on Higher Education for the implementation of the UAQTE is relatively low. In FY 2018, the BUR was recorded at 49% by yearend out of the P40-Billion allotments released to CHED. Meanwhile, the BUR for FY 2019 is only 32% as of yearend, out of the P28.027-Billion in allotments released to CHED.

The low BUR is due to the fact that the academic year of higher education institutions (HEIs) is asynchronous with the government’s fiscal year. This means that the funding requirement for the second semester of an academic year, although included in the appropriated budget for the fiscal year, will not be released within the same fiscal year since the second semester in most HEIs starts in a different calendar/fiscal year (i.e. January 2021 for the second semester of Academic Year 2020-2021).

Under the FY 2020 General Appropriations Act, the amount of P38.8-Billion is provided for the implementation of the UAQTE on top of the P19.06-Billion in unobligated allotment and P14.49-Billion in unreleased appropriations in FY 2019 continuing GAA. Adding all these funds together would make a total of P72.35-Billion for the implementation of the UAQTE Law in 2020.

Considering historical data on UAQTE fund utilization, only P11.98-Billion out of the P72.35-Billion available funding for the UAQTE in FY 2020 was reprogrammed for COVID-19 interventions. This includes P1.41-Billion from the FY 2019 unreleased appropriations and P10.57-Billion sourced from the FY 2020 appropriations that are intended for the second semester of AY 2020-2021 subsidy to State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), as well as Local Universities and Colleges (LUCs). The requirements for the Second Semester of AY 2020-2021, which will start in January 2021, may be provided in the FY 2021 GAA, following the cash-based budgeting system.

The DBM assures everyone that P60.37-Billion is still available to cover the full implementation of the UAQTE Law in FY 2020.
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UAQTE budget enough for FY 2020 implementation - DBMThe implementation of the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education (UAQTE) Law (Republic Act [RA] No. 10931) will not be affected by the implementation of National Budget Circular (NBC) No. 580, issued by the Department of Budget and Management.Considering historical data on UAQTE fund utilization, only P11.98-Billion out of the P72.35-Billion available funding for the UAQTE in FY 2020 was reprogrammed for COVID-19 interventions. The DBM assures everyone that P60.37-Billion is still available to cover the full implementation of the UAQTE Law in FY 2020.Despite adoption and implementation of the economic measures to fight coronavirus, CHEd, along with other SUCs, welcomes this development and remains steadfast in their commitment to delivering quality education to Filipino students.#EVSUACAP
#EVSUUAQTEBudgetForFY2020

Source: Eastern Visayas State University

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