Angelia is USeP OIC effective September 1

The Vice President for Academic Affairs of the University of Southeastern Philippines (USeP), Dr. Marcelo M. Angelia, was designated by Dr. Patricia B. Licuanan, Commission on Higher Education Chairperson, as Officer-in-Charge (OIC), Office of the University President effective September 1, 2015.

By virtue of CHED Special Order (CSO) No. 57 series of 2015, issued by the CHED Chair on August 27, Angelia started to discharge the day-to-day duties and responsibilities of the University President on September 1. As OIC, Angelia shall render reports to the Board of Regents on actions taken in the performance of his duties.

USeP top 4 performing school in electrical engineer board exam, grad ranks 8th

The University of Southeastern Philippines ranked fourth among the top schools, with 50 or more examinees, in the recent electrical engineer licensure examinations held in Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena and Zamboanga this month. The University got an institutional passing rate of 84.04 (79 out of 94). National passing rate was 67.23 (2,536 out of 3,772).

Aside from making it as one of the top performing schools, a graduate of USeP also made it to the top ten passers. Abrehn A. Gacang notched the eight place with a rating of 89.60.

It can be recalled that two (2) graduates from the University ranked seventh and eight in the mining engineer licensure examination held last month.  Earl Jay L. Paras notched the seventh place with a rating of 87.35, while Dave Mc Cleo D. Raganas placed eight with a rating of 87.05.

This accomplishment attests that USeP is performing well in government standardized exams. Relatively, the USeP Tagum-Mabini campus was also listed as one of the country’s top 10 teacher education institutions, based on licensure examination performance, per study conducted by the Philippine Business for Education or PBED from 2009-2014. (MCP of USeP)

CGB Students Bag Two Golds in Mindanao Marketing Wars 2015

The College of Governance and Business (CGB), represented by members of its Young Marketers’ Society (YMS), competed in nine events during the 6th Mindanao Marketing Wars held on September 8-11, 2015 at the Abreeza Ayala Mall in Davao City.

The team, composed of Beverly Jane Tecson, Cydell Marie Vender, and Joshua Jimeno, was declared Champion in the Radio Ad Competition while Lyndeelou Japa, YMS President and participant in the Extemporaneous Speech Contest, bagged the gold.

The Winners, their Mentors, and OIC-President Dr. Marcelo M. Angelia

Special Award for Best in Modern Filipiniana was given to Christine Sheen Bual, CGB’s representative to the search for FJMA Ambassadress 2015 and Archell Ringconada was named 4th Runner-Up in the search for FJMA Ambassador 2015.

Other events included in the 6th Marketing Wars were Quiz Bowl, Print Ad, New Product Development, Essay Writing Competition, Blog Making, and Video Ad. Overall, the University ranked 5th out of 16 competing schools from Mindanao.

CGB Students Win in Business Competitions

Selected College of Governance and Business (CGB) students won in two business competitions conducted during the 2nd Le Maste Asian Leadership Management Congress held on August 22-23, 2015 at SMX Davao.

CGB’s League of Entrepreneurship Students (LENS) fielded Irene Cris Taghap, Lyndeelou Japa, and Joena Marie Agod for the Asia-Pacific Business Plan Defense. The team was awarded 2nd Runner-Up. Mr. Rey Castillo, LENS Adviser, served as their coach.

The Business Plan Team with Mentors

Another team from CGB’s Association of Business Economics Students (ABES) – Erikson Baylon, Rushely Anne Matabaran, and Arielle Joy Francisco – competed in the Social Media Marketing Development Challenge. They placed 5th and was a Grand Finalist. ABES Adviser, Mr. Angelo Jadraque, was their mentor.

The Social Media Marketing Team with Mentors



USeP grads rank 7th, 8th in mining engineer board exam

Two (2) graduates from the University of Southeastern Philippines (USeP) College of Engineering ranked seventh (7th) and eight (8th) in the Mining Engineer Licensure Examination held in Manila on August 11-13.  Earl Jay L. Paras notched the seventh place with a rating of 87.35, while Dave Mc Cleo D. Raganas placed eight with a rating of 87.05.

USeP’s passing rate for the first timers is one hundred percent and this is the second time that the University posted a hundred percent passing for the first timers in its relatively new mining engineering program. The USeP graduates were among the 173 examinees out of 214 (80.84 percent) who successfully passed the board examination.

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