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The College President Dr. Benny A. Palma,
College President,
1994-2001

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AURORA STATE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
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BACKGROUND

The College enjoys the privilege of being the only State College in the Province of Aurora.

It was officially established on December 30, 1993 pursuant to Republic Act No. 7664. Aurora's son, Senator Edgardo J. Angara and the late Congressman Benedicto G. Miran sponsored the bills that eventually became a law which brings much hope for a brighter future to the people of the Province. The College opened its first year of classes on June 6, 1994 with an initial enrollment of 300 students.


Although relatively young, the College has undertaken solid steps so that it can strongly pursue its program along its trilogy of functions - instruction, research and extension.


The College continuously endeavors to maximize the utilization of the available resources in order to become a center of academic excellence and a bastion of technology in the Province. (Back to top)

INSTITUTIONAL PHILOSOPHY

Inside Court of Dr. Juan C. Angara Building

The ultimate measure of effectiveness of an institution of higher learning is the degree to which it contributes to the enhancement of the quality of life of the people it serves. (Back to top)

VISION

Hallway of Dr. Juan C. Angara Building

Situated in three main campuses, Aurora State College of Technology envisions to be the center for academic excellence and seat of bold experiments and technological breakthroughs in the region through its high caliber, competent, and committed faculty and personnel and through its excellent facilities and equipment to be the enabler of the people and communities of Aurora and catalyst for their growth and development. (Back to top)

MISSION

Dr. Juan C. Angara Building (Front)

Guided by its philosophy, the College commits itself:

  1. To provide the people of  Aurora and the larger community excellent and relevant technical and professional training in the sciences, arts, teacher education, agriculture, forestry, fishery, engineering and technology as well as the needed short tems courses;

  2. To promote research, advance studies and academic leadership in the stated areas of specialization; and,

  3. To extend its services to increasing number of students and other clienteles in Aurora and its neighboring provinces.

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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

With the growing complexity of ASCOT operations, the Board of Trustees has approved several designations such as Director for Planning, Directors for Department of Agriculture & Aquatic Resources, Depratment of General Education, Department of Engineering and Technology, Department of Forestry and Environmental Science  and Director for Auxilliary Services. This resulted to more responsive and functioning mechanism for the governance of the College as a whole system. (Back to top)

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

CHAIRPERSON:
HON. ESTER A. GARCIA
Chairman, Commission on Higher Education
 
Represented by:
HON. MA. CRISTINA D. PADOLINA
Commissioner, Commission on Higher Education
VICE CHAIRPERSON:
HON. ROMEO S. CABANILLA
President, Aurora State College of Technology

MEMBERS

HON. RENATO L. CAYETANO
Chairman, Senate Committee on Education, Arts and Culture
 
Represented by
HON. RAMONCITA P. ONG
Governor, Province of Aurora
 
HON. HARLIN CAST. ABAYON
Chairman, House Committee on Higher and Technical Education
Represented by
HON. BELLAFLOR ANGARA-CASTILLO
Representative, Lone District of Aurora
HON. OSKAR D. BALBASTRO
Director, Region IV,  National Economic Development Authority
 
HON. DENNIS B. ARAULLO
Regional Executive Director, Region IV, Department of Agriculture
 
HON. HIPOLITO B. AYCARDO
Director, Region IV, Department of Science and Technology
 
HON. OSCAR T. VALLEJO
President, ASCOT Faculty Association
 
HON. EUTIQUIO DL. ROTAQUIO, JR.
President, ASCOT Alumni Association
 
HON. GLENN N. MAQUINIANA
President,   ASCOT Supreme College  Student Council
 
MR. EUSEBIO ANGARA
Board Secretary

ADDRESS:

ZABALI CAMPUS: Sitio Dicaloyungan, Barangay Zabali, 3200 Baler, Aurora, Philippines / Telephone No: (042) 209 - 4354

BAZAL CAMPUS: Brgy. Bazal, 3202 Maria Aurora, Aurora, Philippines

CASIGURAN EXTENSION OFFICE: Farmers Training Center (FTC) Brgy. Dibet, Casiguran, Aurora, Philippines.

MANILA OFFICE: 13 Flores De Mayo St. San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City, Philippines /Telephone No:416-80-83/Telefax: 373-53-18 / E-mail:
ascotbaler@hotmail.com
aurorastatecollege@yahoo.com

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This website was created for AURORA STATE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY by:
JOSEPH T. GONZALES (josephisdead@yahoo,com) Baler, Aurora 2002
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