Make your own free website on








Courses Offered




Full aware of the needed to provide secondary education to its children, the people of Cauayan rented the Redline Trans. Co. station building and establish the Cauayan High School on November 25, 1945. After a year, two generous citizens by the name Pablo Rivera and Juan Dacanay donated a total of 78, 274 sq. meters of their adjacent lots in Barangay San Fermin to give the school permanent place in the community. Two years later, the late mayor of Cauayan, Jose Africano, inaugurated the administration building on July 9, 1948.

The Cauayan High School, the community for 17 years until it was converted into a National Agriculture school by virtue of Republic Act No. 3323 which was sponsored by the congressman Delfin B. Albano was ratified by the congress on July 1962 changing the name to Cauayan Rural School. As requisite for its conversions, a 23 hectares lot own by Mr. Reymundo Zipagan was purchased the total land area to 32 hectares.

College Department added in 1975, offering a two-year post Secondary Agriculture Technician for male and Home Arts Technology for female clientele. In 1990, it was ratified as Technical Vocational School and allowed to add the two-year courses in Food and Beverage Preparation and Service and a one-year in Home Industries upon the start of classes in June 1990.

February 23, 1995 marks another milestone in the history of the school that was established 50 years ago.  By virtue of Republic Act 1912 was assigned into law by his Excellency Fidel V. Ramos on the above mentioned date. Cauayan Polytechnic College, the House Bill Number 1828 introduced by the three congressmen Rodolfo Albano, Antonio Abaya, and Faustino Dy Jr. made this possible attached to being a college four-year degree courses, Bachelor in agricultural Technology, Bachelor of Arts, and Associate in Computer Science, Computer Secretarial, and Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management, Home Technology and Mechanical Technology.

Today, the original Cauayan High School in 1962 and now Cauayan Polytechnic College become Isabela State University by the virtue of the integration law it’s almost few decades as a learning institution to look forward being able to endure bigger service to the community and to the society.


Isabela State University, Cauayan Campus, City of Cauayan, Philippines
Copyright© 2003 | Updated February 2007 | Webmaster: Erick R. Abuzo