Overview

thumb campus mexico3The DHVTSU MEXICO CAMPUS was initially established as an extension campus during the administration of former University President Ernesto T. Nicdao, at the time when the lahar calamity was still a threat in Bacolor.

The campus started its operation in 1997 with a total of 231 students. The initial offerings were Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education, Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology, Bachelor of Science in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, and the two and three-year course programs in technological education.

The Baccalaureate programs were offered from school year 1997-2004 only. And only two-year and three-year courses were left and offered until the second semester of 2007.

Due to the decrease in enrollment in 2007-2008, the administration decided to temporarily stop the campus' operation. However, insistent demand and requests from the people in nearby communities prompted the school's reopening in the School Year 2008-2009. The resumption was made possible through the initiative of Pampanga Third District Representative Cong. Aurelio D. Gonzales Jr. and DHVSU President Dr. Enrique G. Baking.

June 2008 saw the DHVSU Mexico's reopening as a satellite campus, offering the same courses available at the Main Campus. The school had an initial enrollment of 54 students with Dr. Nemesio Y. Tiongson as the First Campus Director. At present, DHVSU - Mexico Campus is headed by Dr. Vicky P. Vital.

Academic Offerings

      Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
      Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
      Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
          Major in Marketing
      Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
      Bachelor of Elementary Education
          Major in General Education
      Bachelor of Secondary Education
          Major in English
          Major in Filipino
      Bachelor in Physical Education
         Major in Physical Education
      Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology
          Major in Automotive Technology
          Major in Electrical Technology
          Major in Food and Service Management
      Bachelor of Technical-Vocational Teacher Education
          Major in Food and Service Management
      Bachelor of Technical and Livelihood Education
          Major in Home Economics
      Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

 


Faculty & Staff

VICKY P. VITAL, Ed.D.
Director, Mexico Campus

Agnes R. Regala, MAEd
Academic Chairperson

Faculty Members

Sheryl L. Borja, MAEd
Sherna G. Bangalan, RPsy
Paul Jaybee L. Cagampan
Alex B. Castro Jr., MSHRM
John Brenny M.Cordova
Oliver O.Dakis, MTE
Allain G. Dayao, PTRP
Ma. Rebecca G. Del Rosario, MPA
Roque Francis B. Dionela, MAEd
Maria Carolina D. Galang, MAEd, MAPS
Fatima D. Garcia
Jeffrey M. Garcia
Grace Catherine Jawili
Oliver R. Liangco, MAIE
Marvin S. Macalino
Adrian S. Mallari
Marifi M. Malonzo, MAEd
Carmina G. Mamucud
John Paul P. Miranda, MIT
Paola R. Paguio
Reydolph P. Palma, RCE
Elmer M. Penecilla, MAEd
Azucena S. Pring, MAEd
Jasmin Quilala
Wilma D. Salas
Ma. Nerissa P. Sangalang, RCE
Roda R. Santos, CPA
Christopher S. Sicat, MAEd
Laharni M. Solis
Joseph Alexander B. Velayo
Jaymark A. Yambao (also Web Page Coordinator)

Administrative Staff
Pacifico D. Bulaon
Danilo S. Cayanan
Elmer M. Dizon
Eufrocinio G. Dela Cruz
John Galvan
Ace Gel S. Nucum
Danilo R. Pangan
Donato N. Santos
Lorenzo N. Santos
Marjorie L. Tam
Floracel D. Tiongson