Negros Oriental State University

Capitol Area, Kagawasan Ave, Dumaguete, 6200 Negros Oriental
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(Updated as of Jul 19, 2018)


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Library

What does Negros Oriental State University stand for?


Negros Oriental State University (NORSU) is a multi-campus state university system in the province of Negros Oriental. Its beginnings can be traced back in 1907 with the foundation of Negros Oriental Provincial School (now Negros Oriental High School). Two decades after, a trade school called the Negros Oriental Trade School was built in 1927, and was later converted into East Visayan School of Arts and Trades in 1956. Despite being considered as separate institutions, students in the trade school continued to have their courses in English and Mathematics in the Negros Oriental Provincial School. 

By 1983, the Central Visayas Polytechnic College was established, merging the East Visayan School of Arts and Trades with the Bais School of Fisheries and the Guihulngan Vocational School. And in 2004, it officially became the Negros Oriental State University through the Republic Act No. 9299 approved by former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.

The Negros Oriental State University has nine (9) campuses in the whole province, two of which are located in the capital, Dumaguete City. And just recently, the NORSU was included in the list of state universities and colleges that shall provide free tertiary education for its students. 

Moreover, the institution offers a wide range of programs which include courses in Criminology, Forestry, Engineering, and Liberal Arts. Another offering is a Bachelor of Laws program which is offered to those who aspire to become lawyers. The NORSU campuses also offer senior high school (SHS) programs in various strands for incoming Grade 11 and 12 students. Many of its undergraduate and graduate degrees are recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) as well as the Department of Education (DepEd) for its SHS program.

As a premier institution of learning, the state university is dedicated to helping the youth of Negros Oriental to become globally competent professionals and future nation-builders through its comprehensive and research-oriented instruction. At present, NORSU continues to produce graduates that thrive in the country’s board examinations. Many of the university’s products became passers and topnotchers in engineering, criminology, geology, and midwifery licensure exams. In 2014, Negros Oriental State University was cited as one of the top performing state universities and colleges (SUCs) (ranking 2nd) in the country.


Negros Oriental State University Fact:

  • In 2017, Alec Benjamin Ramirez, a NORSU graduate topped the November 2017 Geologist Board Examination scoring 83.20%.


Source: http://www.norsu.edu.ph/

What programs & courses does Negros Oriental State University offer?


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Where is Negros Oriental State University located?

(Updated as of May 08, 2019)


Address
Capitol Area, Kagawasan Ave, Dumaguete, 6200 Negros Oriental
Contact Number
(035) 225 - 9400 (phone); (035) 225 - 5751 (fax)
Mobile Number
(Not stated)

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