BALANGA CITY, Bataan – The Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU), the largest university in the province, is improving its facilities to achieve academic excellence.
BPSU President Dr. Greg Rodis, said the establishment of facilities is in line with their new adopted vision, “A leading university in the Philippines recognized for its proactive contribution to sustainable development through equitable and inclusive program and services by 2030”.
He said the new facilities include E-Library in Main Campus, and Education Technological and Animal Welfare Clinic in Abucay Campus. The Animal Science Building was repaired and there is in on-going road concreting also in Abucay Campus.
Other campuses of BPSU are Balanga Campus, Orani Campus, Dinalupihan Campus, and Bagac Campus.
Gov. Albert Garcia supports the infrastructure development in BPSU as he personally attended the recent inauguration of the university facilities. “This is investment for the future of Bataan”, the governor described the establishment of facilities in the university.
Gov. Garcia initiated the law converting Bataan Polytechnic State College into BPSU during his term as congressman of the 2nd district of the province.