Cagayan State University – Lal-lo (CSU - Lal-lo)
is one of the eight satellite campuses of the Cagayan State University (CSU)
system. It was initially established in 1955 as the Cagayan Valley National Agricultural School, which provided a secondary agriculture curriculum to boys and girls. In 1962, it was elevated into a college and became known as the Cagayan Valley Agricultural College. By virtue of the Charter of Cagayan State University (P.D. No. 1436), the college was integrated into the CSU system – which is now one of the foremost higher education institutions in Northern Luzon.
CSU – Lallo houses six colleges, which primarily offer undergraduate programs with the exception of the pre-baccalaureate Diploma of Agricultural Technology program. Seven of their undergraduate programs earned Level 1 accreditation status from the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) in 2016.