pursuing international-focused engagement and initiatives. linking its students, faculty and staff to a global perspective.
The Road to universityhood...
1999: August 25, House Bill 3265 - the bill converting Romblon State College (RSC) into a university was approved by the Committee on Education at the Lower House. However, the bill sank against the changes into political landscape following the ouster of President Joseph Estrada.
2007: House Bill 1201 - another bill seeking for RSC's conversion into a university status was resurrected at the lower house by Congressman Eleandro Jesus "Budoy" F. Madrona.
2009: August 25, House Bill 1201 which was changed to HB 5217 passed the lower house. The counterpart bill, Senate Bill 3079 was sponsored by Senator Mar Rozas, Senator Francis Escudero and Senator Edgardo Angara.
October 14, Republic Act 9721 was enacted by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo which converted RSC into Romblon State University.
Specifically, the program outcomes guarantee that a Civil Engineering graduate must attain the following:
Program Educational Objectives
The College of Engineering and Technology (CET) is committed to provide relevant and quality training for students in engineering and related fields consistently to satisfy the needs of regional and national development trusts.
College Core Values
Parallel to the vision and mission statements of the University, the College of Engineering and Technology (CET) shall be adaptive to global technological change and aims for excellence in global context. Its presence shall radiate in every corner of the province as well as the nation. Its graduates must be equipped with the knowledge, skills and competence required by the industry. Specifically, the core values are as follows:
1. FOCUS - by placing CET students and clienteles at the center of all decisions.
2. INNOVATION - by anticipating changes in global society and the workplace and responding with creative and flexible learning approaches.
3. RESPECT - by acknowledging the dignity and contributions of each CET faculty, stadff, students and clientele in the college through fair, ethical and courteous actions and communications.
4. EXCELLENCE - by maintaining high academic standards and emphasizing quality academic programs and services in all engineering programs including quality research and extension services to help improve the quality of life of the community.
5. SUSTAINABILITY - by considering the social and environmental costs and benefits in all decision making.