Northwestern Mindanao State College of Science and Technology


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Northwestern Mindanao State College of Science and Technology

The Northwestern Mindanao State College of Science and Technology (NMSC) started as Tangub Agro-Industrial School (TANAIS) in Sumirap, Tangub City way back in 1971 offering secondary agriculture and trade curricula with Mr. Jesus T. Bonilla as principal. On June 26, 1973, the school was transferred to Labuyo, Tangub City three kilometers from the city proper and approximately four hundred meters from the national highway, with Dr. Perfecto B. Yebes as the Vocational School Administrator. The school started offering post secondary courses in 1974 and had been an affiliate off campus institute of the Central Mindanao University, Musuan, Bukidnon from 1979 to 1984. In 1994, Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education and Industrial Technology were then offered. With the promotion of Dr. Yebes to a higher position, Mr. Apolonio S. Vidallo took place of the former and was appointed as the third administrator of TANAIS on August 6, 1996. Prior to Dr. Yebes’ promotion, in 1992 he and Atty. Philip T. Tan, the City Myor of Tangub at that time, conceived the idea of converting TANAIS into a state college. The proposal was filed in Congress by the late Hon. Hilarion Ramiro Jr., the Congressman of the 2nd District of Misamis Occidental at that time. The bill was not passed due to adjournment or the 9th Congress in 1995. The bill to convert TANAIS into a State College was refilled in the 10th Congress in 1995 by Congresswoman Herminia M. Ramiro. The bill passed both houses but with a last minute amendment to transfer the main campus from TANAIS in Tangub City to Oroquieta Agro-Industrial School (OAIS) at Oroquieta City. Vision
An ecologically responsive University in Southern Philippines that fosters a culture of innovation and sustainability on the quality of lives in the community it serves. Mission The University shall primarily provide advanced education, higher technological, professional instruction and training in the fields of agriculture, fisheries, engineering, information and communication technology, arts and sciences, education, business administration and management, health sciences and other relevant fields of study. It shall also undertake research, extension services and production activities in support of the socioeconomic development of the Province of Misamis Occidental, and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

Research & Development Cluster Representative:

Rodrin A. Rivera | rodrin.rivera@nmsc.edu.ph

Technology Transfer Cluster Representative:

Annabelle Joy Mendoza | annibellemendoza@gmail.com
Gerardo C. Marsala | gerardomarsala@gmail.com

Information Communication Cluster Representative:

Rhadnie Aquit | rhadnie.aquit@nmsc.edu.ph

Science Communication Cluster Representative:

Orlando Rosauro | orlando.rosauro@nmsc.edu.ph