University News Features

Much has changed the way students felt as they went back to their dormitories this semester. From the former dirty toilets and the rusty pipes that channel water into the sinks and lavatories, these not so comfortable... Read More
A big haul in a single cast. This aptly describes the feat that the MMSU-CHS Physical Therapy (PT) Department has accomplished during the recent Licensure Examinations for Physical Therapists administered by the Professional Regulation Commission’s Board... Read More
Affirming its strong commitment to quality and excellence, MMSU is submitting six programs to Level 4 accreditation. The visit of a formidable delegation of AACCUP accreditors began on Aug. 21 amidst am inclement weather and ends... Read More
One hundred thirty two faculty members of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) attended the training on the new general education (GE) courses, which will be taught to Grade 12 graduates of the K-12... Read More
MMSU President Shirley Agrupis has urged the members of the Regional Agriculture and Fisheries Extension Network in Region 1 (RAFEN 1) to help build the lives of people in the rural areas for inclusive growth. Citing... Read More
MMSU President Dr. Shirley C. Agrupis urged the students to 'do some work' to help her realize her vision for the the university. In a press conference at her office on Aug. 2, the president also... Read More
More than 30 years ago, the fearless student leader of the College of Arts and Sciences led rallies against Dr. Consuelo S. Blanco, first MMSU president, because of alleged suppression of student organizations and student... Read More
THE country’s agriculture sector has reasons to celebrate with the coming into the field an additional 927 passers, 45 of which are from MMSU, in the 2017 Agriculturist Licensure Examination given by the Professional Regulation... Read More
FRUITS of the nine outstanding mango cultivars produced by MMSU are highly appreciated because of their taste and agronomic characteristics. The fruit varieties were displayed during the 16th National Mango Festival at the  Eton Centris Walk... Read More
GRADUATES of the MMSU school-on-the-air (SOA) program were trained recently on the latest organic fertilizer production technology. Held in Brgy. Sulbec, Pasuquin, the training was conceptualized after Crisner Lagazo, 4H Club President and one of... Read More