Bataan Peninsula State University - Dinalupihan (BPSU - Dinalupihan)
is a public academic institution established in 1988 by the virtue of House Resolution 387. It was originally known as the Bataan Teachers College (BTC), then eventually changed its name to Bataan College of Science and Technology (BCST) to pave way for the opening of other courses aside from Teacher Education.
And in 1995, the campus turned into a state college, which also changed its name to Bataan State College (BSC) by the virtue of Republic Act 7913. And eventually leading to the integration of the Bataan National Agricultural School (BNAS). It was only in March 2007, that the name of the school was changed to Dinalupihan Campus.
Presently, the school offers their flagship programs in Education including a degree in Early Childhood Education, Secondary Education,
and Elementary Education
. And being the other campus (aside from the Main
campus) that offers graduate programs, the Dinalupihan campus opens its graduate school programs for students who wants to have a Master's degree in Public Administration, Education,