1. Acquired books through donations from the UP Press (55 Books), NCCA (60 Books and Magazines), NHCP (15 Books), KWF (8 Books) and GUMIL (2 Books) for the Ilokano Reading Resource Center.
2. Acquired scholarships for almost 400 undergraduate students from Mayor Jun Verzosa and the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP).
3. Established the Center for Ilokano Studies to lead the university in efforts to promote and preserve the rich Ilokano culture and history.
4. Initiated the accreditation of the Center for Ilokano Studies as a member of the Local Historical Committee Network (LHCN) by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.

Spearheaded the Commemoration of the Sesquicentennial Celebration of the Birth of Isabelo de los Reyes, a.k.a “Don Belong.” (July 2014)

Acquired book donations from the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (KWF). (April 2014)

5. Implemented national and regional programs like; the Graduate Diploma in Cultural Education (GDCE) Program with 34 Scholars from Region I of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) making the university as the Regional Center for the GDCE implementation, the Sagisag Kultura Regional Quiz Competition, and helped the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (KWF) in holding their national conference in the university by serving as their conduit between the agency and the university.
6. Spearheaded the commemoration of the 150th birth anniversary of Don Isabelo de los Reyes, Labor leader and Founder of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente, the Sesquicentennial Birth Anniversary National Lecture on the life of Don Isabelo de los Reyes sponsored by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.
7. Established two important organizations like; the GUMIL-UNP Chapter for 100 young Ilokano student-writers, and organized the first-ever Indigenous Student Organization (INSO) in the university.
8. Participated in the Vigan City’s effort to promote and preserve the Ilokano culture by preparing the scripts the cultural presentations during the Solidarity Day and Education Night.
9. Revived the University Museum as repository of artifacts that are reflective of the Ilokano culture and tradition.
10. Made the University Museum more functional by increasing its artifacts acquisition from a handful of artifacts left upon assumption of office in 2011 to more than 250 artifacts through student donations and projects.

Sustained ACCESSIBILITY TO EDUCATION: A nearly 14000 student population University; 8% average increase in enrolment due to better performance in board examinations; accreditation and infrastructure development; improved faculty and staff profile; improvement of management systems; creation of standard policies and procedures.


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