With the objective of providing quick access to quality education for the Kapampangan youth, DHVSU President Enrique G. Baking, Pampanga Governor Dennis “Delta” Pineda, Apalit Mayor Jun Tetangco and Candaba Mayor Rene Maglanque signed a Memorandum of Agreement on August 29 for the establishment of two DHVSU satellite campuses in the municipalities of Apalit and Candaba.

The local governments of Apalit and Candaba are each to allot P4 million from their annual budget for personnel and operational expenses of the campuses, as stipulated in the Agreement. In addition, Governor Pineda pledged an additional P25 million for each campus to be used for the construction of buildings and facilities. 

The Apalit Satellite Campus will be built on a 1.2-hectare land donated by Mayor Tetangco and his wife. The Candaba Campus, on the other hand, will sit on a 2.3-hectare land donated by the local government unit.

Expected to open in June 2020, the satellite campuses will have course offerings in engineering, architecture, education, real estate management, logistics, and business administration with majors in marketing, economics, and entrepreneurship.

Upon the completion of DHVSU Apalit and DHVSU Candaba, the University will have a total of six (6) campuses across Pampanga.