Date Published: October 08, 2018
Author: Ruzsiel Ann C. Culiat
The Nueva Vizcaya State University (NVSU) Bayombong Campus welcomed more than 6,452 students for Academic Year 2018-2019 during the flag raising ceremony on August 13.
As of September 10, records from the Office of the Registrar showed there were more or less 6,173 college enrollees including the graduate school and 279 senior high school students.
Holding the most number of first year students for this academic year is the College of Arts and Sciences which admitted 389 freshmen. The College of Engineering ranked second in terms of the number of freshmen with 377 enrollees.
Ranked third and fourth in terms of the number of freshmen is the College of Agriculture and College of Teacher Education with 376 and 333 freshmen students, respectively.
In fifth and sixth rank is the College of Human Ecology with 286 freshmen and College of Forestry with 205. The last rank goes to the College of Veterinary Medicine with 79 freshmen students. Unfortunately, there no freshmen enrollees for the senior high school.
Comparing to last year’s enrollment record there was a 19% increase of enrollees and a 14% increase compared to the enrollment record of 2016.
However, even with the implementation of the Free Tuition law or Republic Act 10931, this year’s enrollment record couldn’t beat the record breaking enrollment record of 2015 with 6,605 enrollees. The impact of the K-12 program could still be felt by the university as there was 16% deficit.
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