The Polytechnic University of the Philippines Cabiao Campus started as
Pamantasang Bayan ng Cabiao on June 15, 1996 through a Memorandum of
Agreement between the Local Government Unit of Cabiao, Nueva Ecija and the
Polytechnic University of the Philippines. The school, which was then
under the PUP Open University, initially offered courses in Computer
Technology and Computer Secretarial catering to unemployed adults,
out-of-school youth, and high school graduates who could not pursue college
education because of financial constraints.
In 2009, the incumbent mayor decided to stop offering vocational programs
in exchange for a four-year degree, Bachelor in Elementary Education.
Through the concerted efforts of the incumbent Cabiao Local Government
Unit headed by its mayor, Honorable Gloria C. Congco and Vice Mayor Ernesto
S. Talens, Jr., the rest of Sangguniang Bayan members, and the Polytechnic
University of the Philippines headed by its president, Dr. Emanuel C. De
Guzman, and Vice President for Braches and Campuses Dr. Joseph Mercado, the
National Government funded the construction of a two-storey building with 12
classrooms. The construction was completed in February 2013 and is now ready
to accommodate bigger number of students. By School Year 2013-2014,
through a Sangguniang Bayan Resolution, PUP Cabiao Campus is expected to
offer its second course, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
major in Marketing Management.
With the unrelenting support of the Cabiao Local Government Unit and the
Polytechnic University of the Philippines, PUP Cabiao Campus continues to
provide affordable quality education among Kabyawenos and other people from
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