QUIDATO PROVES “POSITION IS NOT A PRIVILEGE, BUT TO SERVE”

“Position is not a privilege, but to serve.” This statement serves true to Dr. Noel S. Quidato as he relinquished his campus administrator position despite remarkable achievements made in the university. Dr. Quidato has served ISAT U Dumangas Campus from June 2013 to October 2020. In his seven years stay as campus administrator, the visible Continue Reading…

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ISAT U DC JOINS INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S MONTH

The university is one with the world in celebration international women’s month on March 8, 2021. In his memo, Dr. Raul F. Muyong, encouraged everyone in the university to wear purple to pay respect to the celebration. In the Dumangas campus, faculty and staff headed by Mrs Roshin Quitor, Campus Administrator joined together and make Continue Reading…

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DE LA TORRE RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Dr. Lowel B. de la Torre was one of the few faculty of ISAT U Dumangas Campus to receive a scholarship training under Continuity of Education-eLearning Philippines Project. This initiative is a joint collaborative effort between the CHED and the US Embassy in the Philippines and implemented by Texas International Education Consortium which aims for Continue Reading…

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LUMAUAG CHALLENGES ISAT U DC FACULTY, “RETIRE OR RE-LEARN”

Dr. Ramil G. Lumauag, Director of ISAT U Virtual Learning Environment (ISATU VLE) made a statement of challenge among the faculty participants to “retire or re-learn” during the LMS’s orientation on March 2, 2021. The ISAT U VLE or IVE Learn is the new Learning Management System adopted by the university which started its roll Continue Reading…

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QUITOR ASSUMES OFFICE AS NEW CA

On this day onwards, Mrs. Roshin B. Quitor will not just be reporting as regular faculty of ISAT U Dumangas Campus, but with the added responsibility as the new campus administrator of the university. Quitor took an oath with no less than the president of the university, Dr. Raul F. Muyong in a ceremony last Continue Reading…

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STUDENTS ORIENTATION GOES VIRTUAL

For the first time, the university conducted student orientation virtually due to the threat of COVID-19 disease. The virtual orientation was shown through FB Live and it was broadcasted in the PIO FB Page of the campus on September 7, 2020 at 9 in the morning. As usual, faculty and other non-teaching personnel of the Continue Reading…

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