ASCOT Takes the Lead in Training Small-Scale Farmers and Fisherfolks in Bulacan

Over two days, from April 2 to April 3, 2024, the Farmer/Fisherfolk Training Center in Malolos, Bulacan, gathered 21 individuals from various municipalities and cities for a training session. Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT), in partnership with the Provincial Government of Bulacan and the Department of Agriculture (BFAR Region 3), spearheaded this initiative aimed continue reading : ASCOT Takes the Lead in Training Small-Scale Farmers and Fisherfolks in Bulacan

ASCOT Hosts SCUFAR III Meeting After 12 Years

April 4-5, 2024 – Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT) hosted the State Colleges and Universities Faculty Association Region III (SCUFAR III) Regular Monthly Meeting after a 12-year hiatus of hosting the meeting. Representatives, faculty regents, trustees and sports/ cultural coordinators from the 12 state universities and colleges (SUCs) in the region convened at the continue reading : ASCOT Hosts SCUFAR III Meeting After 12 Years

First Phase of ASCOT’s College Code Review and Organizational Restructure Begins

April 6, 2024- Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT) initiated its revision workshop, focusing on the College Code, Organizational Structures, and Manual of Operations, at the ASCOT Accreditation Hall, Zabali Campus, Baler. ASCOT key college officials headed by Pres. Renato G. Reyes; Vice President for Administration, Planning, and Finance, Engr. Oscar S. Barawid; VP for continue reading : First Phase of ASCOT’s College Code Review and Organizational Restructure Begins

A Shore Thing: ASCOT President Engages with DALUHAY to Deliberate Academic Courses on Coastal Resource Management Proposal

In a proactive move towards enhancing education on coastal resource management, the President of Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT) recently met with DALUHAY (Daloy ng Buhay), a distinguished Non-Governmental Organization known for its collaborative efforts with various stakeholders, including Indigenous peoples, farmers, fisherfolks, and women’s groups, in conserving and protecting natural resources from Ridge continue reading : A Shore Thing: ASCOT President Engages with DALUHAY to Deliberate Academic Courses on Coastal Resource Management Proposal

ASCOT Lyceum of the East and the 307th Community Defense Center Sign MOA for ROTC Collaboration

April 5, 2024- The 307th Community Defense Center (307CDC) of Region 3 formalized a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT) and Lyceum of the East, Aurora Inc. The signing ceremony, held at the Lyceum of the East Maria Aurora, Aurora, solidified the partnership aimed at enhancing Reserve Officers Training continue reading : ASCOT Lyceum of the East and the 307th Community Defense Center Sign MOA for ROTC Collaboration

ASCOT COMELEC Collaborate to Bring Voter Registration to Campus

April 5, 2024 – The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Baler, in collaboration with the Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT) Students Affairs and Services Office, organized the Register Anywhere Program (RAP) at the ASCOT accreditation hall. The Register Anywhere Program, available in all capital cities, towns, and highly urbanized cities nationwide, provides essential voter registration continue reading : ASCOT COMELEC Collaborate to Bring Voter Registration to Campus

ASCOT Joins Regional Orientation on the Assessment of Legitimacy of Foreign Travel

The CHED International Affairs Service, specifically for the International Relations Officers (IROs) of State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) in Central Luzon recently organized a Regional Orientation on the Assessment of Legitimacy of Foreign Travel. Held in Sorsogon City from March 18–21, 2024, the event aimed to empower International Relations Officers (IROs) with the necessary tools continue reading : ASCOT Joins Regional Orientation on the Assessment of Legitimacy of Foreign Travel

ASCOT Feature l ASCOT ‘To Episode 76

In the latest ASCOT ’To! (Todo-Todo) episode titled “CYBERSMART: Making Informed Choices for Online Security” esteemed guest experts in the field of cybersecurity graced the program, shedding light on crucial aspects of protecting ourselves over digital threat. Mr. Angel Redoble, Founder of the Philippine Institute of cybersecurity Professionals, shared insights into common threats, solutions, and continue reading : ASCOT Feature l ASCOT ‘To Episode 76

ASCOT Soed Students Attend Seminar Workshop on Innovative Lesson Planning

April 4, 2024- ASCOT’s School of Education (SoEd) organized a seminar workshop on “Innovative Approaches to Lesson Planning: Designing Engaging and Effective Learning Experiences” at the Accreditation Hall, ASCOT General Education Building. The objective was to provide ASCOT’s third-year Bachelor of Elementary Education students with progressive strategies for crafting dynamic lesson plans tailored to meet continue reading : ASCOT Soed Students Attend Seminar Workshop on Innovative Lesson Planning

ASCOT Partners with PENRO: Green Initiatives and Campus Boundary Discussions

April 1, 2024- ASCOT President Renato G. Reyes met with the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources (PENRO), headed by Aflredo B. Collado, at the PENRO Aurora Conference Hall. During the meeting, President Reyes emphasized the importance of defining the boundaries of ASCOT’s land area to ensure its preservation. Despite ASCOT’s existing Proclamation No. 559 and continue reading : ASCOT Partners with PENRO: Green Initiatives and Campus Boundary Discussions

ASCOT President Welcomes Media Dialogue on Ermita Hills Plans

April 1, 2024 – During the visit to ASCOT, media personalities Grace Sansano (DZRH), Bernie Rada (One-FM Baler), Ariel Avendaño (Manila Bulletin/DZJO), and Chris Sansano (TV5/Manila Times/DWWW 77.4) engaged in discussions with ASCOT President Renato G. Reyes, alongside Dr. Oscar C. Barawid, Vice President for Administration, Planning and Finance, and Ms. Diana Rose P. De continue reading : ASCOT President Welcomes Media Dialogue on Ermita Hills Plans