College of Education History in a Nutshell
|1940||Opening of the College of Education through the initiative of Very Rev. Fr. Dolce A. Garcia, Rector and admission of female students for the first time.|
|1945||Appointment of Mr. Juan Burgos as first Dean with the reopening of the College of Education.|
|1947||Opening of the Normal College with the Junior Normal Course. First corp of graduates with Priscilla Larroza leading the 42 pioneer students.|
|1948||Miss Josefa Contreras graduated summa cum laude (B.S.E and A.B degrees). Opening of the B.S in Home Economics course in the College of Education.|
|1949||Appointment of Miss Josefa Contrares as Dean of the College.|
|1950||Teachers Examination was administered with Anita Jamero, Jose Parco and Bernabe Nufable, garnering the first,second and third placers.|
|1953||Miss Teresita Onglatco graduated summa cum laude.|
|1958||The first issue of the Educator official publication of the college, came out through the efforts of Claro Aligaen.Carmen Araneta won third place in the Fifth Grand Oratorical Contest in Manila|
|1959||Nieva Glenna Ramirez graduated summa cum laude.|
|1960||China Jubilee (20th) of the college|
|1962||Opening of the Bachelor of Science in Foods and Nutrition course in the College of Education, headed by Mrs. Aurora Alburo.|
|1965||First batch of B.S.F.N graduates consisted of five students.|
|1965||Silver Jubilee (25th) of the college.|
|1966||Sr. Mary Seraphica Tolentino, O.P. graduated summa cum laude.|
|1967||Teresita Hermano, summa cum laude graduate was chosen one of the “Most Oustanding Students of the Philippines” for 1967.Rev.Fr. Eduardo Perez became Dean of Normal College.|
|1968||Mr. Reynaldo Lataquin was appointed Dean of Normal College which was later fused with College of Education.|
|1969||Mrs. Valentina V. Sia succeeded Mr. Angel Deocampo as Assisteant Dean of the College of Education.
Sr. Veneranda Mission, O.P graduated summa cum laude.
|1970||First batch of graduates of Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition consisted of twenty-one students.
Mabel Rivera graduated summa cum laude.
|1971||Marilyn Hermano graduated summa cum laude and was adjudged “Most outstanding Graduate of the Year”|
|1972||Miss Jocelyn Belmonte became head of the Nutrition Department.|
|1973||Fusion of the College of Education and Normal College into the Teachers College.|
|1974||Filipino as a major was introduced into curriculum.|
|1975||Coral Jubilee (35th) of the college.|
|1976||Opening of the courses Bachelor of Science in Food Administration and Food Service Technology in the Teachers College.Departmentalization of course with appointment of different department chairmen and heads.|
|1977||Opening of two-Year Food Service Technology course and the Four-Year B.S in Food Service Administration.Lea Boteros (Cum Laude graduate of 1978 was champion of St. Augustine Scholarship Contest|
|1978||Mrs. Lilia Teves acted as head of the Nutrition Department.First graduates of F.S.T course.
June 26, Teachers College given PAASCU accreditation to become the first PAASCU-accredited teacher training institution in Western Visayas
|1980||First batch of B.S.F.N graduatesMrs. Lilia Teves officially became the head of the Nutrition Department.|
|1984-85||Rev. Fr. Manuel Vergara became regent of the college. Leonora Sigue won first place in the St. Augustine Scholarship Contest.|
|1985||Gradual phasing out of B.S.F.S.A with the introduction of Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics as per DECS recommendation.|
|1986||Sapphire Jubilee (45th) of the college.|
|1987||Appoinment of Asst.Prof.Celia Arguelles Cabaluna as Dean of the Teachers College. Rosalie Pagunsan (Cum Laude 1989) was First Placer in St. Augustine Scholarship Contest.|
|1988||Dr. Josefa C. Castro was declared Dean Emeritus by the USA Board of Trustees.|
|1989||Golden Jubilee (50th) of the college|
|1992||Appointment of Dr. Felicima Torres Campos as Dean of the Teachers College. Rev. Fr. Eusebio B. Berdon, O.S.A. was appointed regent of the college followed by Rev. Fr. Rodolfo M. Arreza, O.S.A.
Nov. 13, Conferment of the Title “Full Professor” on Dr. Josefa C. Castro-first professor of the University of San Agustin.
|1994||Rev. Fr. Rodolfo A. Bugna, O.S.A. became the regent of the college.|
|Jan. 1995||PAASCU Re-accreditation of Teachers College for five years.|
|Aug. 26||Dean Panes, Floribel Bermudez and Ma. Grace Pedrola won the first, second and third places in the St. Augustine Scholarship Contest.|
|Aug. 28||Conferment of the title “Full Professor on Dr. Felicisima T. Campos-second professor of the University of San Agustin”.|
|1995-96||Emerald Jubilee (55th) of the college.|
|2000-2001||Re-accreditation of the Teachers College for five years by PAASCU.|
|2000-2002||Offering of HRM course in the college. Appointment of Dr. Nora P. Legaspi as dean and Rev. Fr. Dante Juloc, O.S.A. as regent.|
|2004-2005||Appointment of Dr. Nenita V. Quiñon as dean and Rev. Fr. Raul Marchan, O.S.A. Teachers College was renamed College of Education. Rev. Fr. Bernardo Coleco, O.S.A. was appointed as regent.
Dean Nenita V. Quiñon was elected President of the Philippine Association for Teacher Education (PAFTE) Region VI and BOD, PAFTE National.
|2007|| Through its College of Education, University of San Agustin was awarded recognition by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Department of Education (DepEd) and Teachers College Teacher Education Council (TEC) as a Center of Training Institution for Dep Ed Certificate and INSET University Centennial Celebration – Teachers College was grand slam champion in all the centennial celebration contests.
Launching of institutionalized programs such as the Faculty Productivity Improvement Program (FPIP), Student Teachers Enhancement Program (STEP), and Licensure Exam for Teachers Operations (LET Ops).
65th Blue Sapphire Celebration highlighted by the awarding of 85 Alumni Achievers, Alumni Talk Series and the Students’ Cultural Show.
Implementation of experiential learning-based Teacher Education (SPED) & Certificate in Culinary Arts.
|2008-2009||Re-appointment of Dr. Nenita V. Quiñon as dean with VPAA Rev. Fr. Generous P. Gonesto as regent. Offering of BEEd major in Pre-School and BSEd major in Social Studies.
Johnny A. Esmilla Jr., 5th place in Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET)
Jaylord S. Losabia, 1st Place in the Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET)
|2010||Certificate of Recognition was awarded by CHED to the College of Education as the Center of Development (COD) in Teacher Education.|
|2013||Training in K-12 Program in Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao and MAPEH for grade eigt teachers of Panay Island and Guimaras Province.|
|2014||Training in K-12 Program in Filipino and MAPEH for grade nine teachers of Panay Island and Guimaras Province.|
Bachelor of Elementary Education* (General Curriculum, Pre-School Education, Special Education)
Bachelor of Secondary Education* (English, Filipino, Mathematics, Music Art Physical Education and Health (MAPEH), Social Studies)
Bachelor of Library and Information Science
Teacher Certificate Program
*PAASCU Accredited and Center of Development