Central Mindanao University

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Central Mindanao University (CMU) is located in the province of Bukidnon in Mindanao. It is one of the two universities in Bukidnon.

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History

The school started in 1910 as a mere farm school known as the Mailag Industrial School, where the first four years of the elementary agriculture curriculum were offered. In 1918, the school was renamed Bukidnon Agricultural School and it offered the remaining three years of the curriculum. From Mailag, the school was relocated to Managok, Malaybalay, Bukidnon and a few years later, the school offered the secondary agriculture curriculum.

In 1923, the school was again renamed to Bukidnon Rural High School. 724 hectares of land were allocated for the school's use through Proclamation No. 30. In 1928, the school was again renamed Bukidnon Agricultural High School and it served as the secondary school for male students. In 1938, it was again renamed to Bukidnon National Agricultural School and the homemaking curriculum for female students was implemented.

Superintendent Zosimo Montemayor reopened the school after World War II but because of the devastation brought about by the war, the school was transferred to Musuan, Maramag, Bukidnon.

On 21 June 1952, president Elpidio Quirino signed Republic Act 807, converting the Bukidnon National Agricultural School into the Mindanao Agricultural College, and installing Montemayor as its president. From 1957–1960, Stanford consultants James Wall, Donald Green and John McLeland provided the college with assistance in agricultural technology.

President Carlos P. Garcia issued Proclamation No. 476 in 1958 granting 3,401 hectares of land to the school. Titling of the land was begun in 1961 to determine adverse claimants. On 19 June 1965, the college was finally changed to Central Mindanao University (CMU), retaining Montemayor as its president. In 1974, the 321.9 hectares of land were segregated and given to legitimate claimants through the 1971 Cadastral Court decision. CMU was granted title for only 3,080 hectares of land.

Academic Programs

College of Agriculture

  • BSA Agronomy
  • BSA Animal Science
  • BSA Entomology
  • BSA Horticulture
  • BSA Plant Pathology
  • BSA Soil Science
  • BSA Agricultural Economics
  • BSA Agricultural Extension
  • BSA Agricultural Education
  • BSA Agribusiness Management
  • BS Development Communication

College of Arts and Sciences

  • AB English
  • AB History
  • AB Library Science
  • AB Political Science
  • AB Psychology
  • AB Sociology
  • BS Biology
  • BS Chemistry
  • BS Mathematics

College of Education

  • BS Education - Biology
  • BS Education - English
  • BS Education - Filipino
  • BS Education - General Science
  • BS Education - Mathematics
  • BS Education - Physical Education
  • BS Education -Physics
  • BS Office Administration

College of Engineering

  • BS Agricultural Engineering
  • BS Civil Engineering
  • BS Electrical Engineering
  • BS Mechanical Engineering
  • BS Information Technology

College of Forestry

  • BS Environmental Science
  • BS Forestry

College of Home Economics

  • BS Nutrition and Dietetics
  • BS HE-Food Business Management
  • BS Food Technology
  • BS HE-Home Economics Education
  • BS Hotel and Restaurant Management

College of Nursing

  • BS Nursing

College of Commerce And Accountancy

  • BS Accountancy
  • BS Commerce - Business Management
  • BS Commerce - Managerial Accounting

College of Veterinary Medicine

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Academic-Related Groups

  • Development Communications Society
  • English Club
  • Enviross
  • Home Economics Education Circle
  • ITSS
  • JABES
  • League of Political Science Students (LPSS)
  • Mathematics Society (MathSoc)
  • Organization of Animal Science Major Students (ORGASMS)
  • Psychology Students' Circle
  • Ranchers Club Philippines
  • R.O.T.C
  • SAAS
  • Society of Agronomy Major Students (SAMS)
  • Soil Science Society
  • Vet Posse Comitatus - Dodge


College Fraternity/Sorority

  • Alpha Omega Beta Fraternity/Sorority
  • Alpha Phi Omega
  • Alpha Sigma Phi International
  • Alpha Zeta Omega
  • Alpha Mu Phi (anchorians)
  • Beta Delta Rho (Barons)
  • Beta Phi Upsilon – Lambda Phi Delta (Upsideltans)
  • Beta Sigma Frat/Sigma Beta Sor
  • Delta International 1961
  • Delta Pi Omega Frat/Sor
  • Delta Sigma Rho (DOVES)
  • EPSILON SIGMA frat/sor 1957 (Sigmans)
  • Falcons
  • Gamma Delta Phi (Eurekans)
  • Gamma Epsilon/Gamma Lambda Epsilon 1963
  • Gamma Kappa Phi/Sigma (Kappans)
  • Gamma Pi Epsilon
  • Gamma Sigma Phi International Service fraternity and Sorority
  • Lambda Beta Phi
  • Megalith Nu Sigma Phi (Megans)
  • Monalisa fraternity/Sorority
  • Phi Omega Sigma
  • Shakespearean Society (CMU-SS)
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon Frat/Sor
  • Sigma Gamma Lambda Frat/Sor
  • Sigma Lambda Phi
  • Sigma Rho Frat/Delta Lambda Sigma Sor
  • Sigma Upsilon Frat/Upsilon Lambda Sor
  • Tau Alpha Omega "Freeman"
  • Tau Gamma Phi/Tau Gamma Sigma
  • Theta Sigma Phi Frat/Sor
  • Upsilon Phi Sigma
  • Venerable Knight-Lady Veterinarians Frat/Sor
  • Zeta Beta Rho Honor Fraternity

Sports and Leisure Groups

  • Airsoft Buffs
  • Artizan
  • CMU Snipers
  • Eco-Venture Club
  • Musuan Tennis Club
  • National Range Officer Institute
  • Philippine Practical Shooting Association
  • Sure Sports PA
  • Rock On, Musuanite
  • VolleyBulls Club

Health and Fitness Groups

  • Bidlisiw
  • Bukidnon Diabetics Club
  • Kawilihan Dance Troupe
  • Left-Handed Society

Registered Religious Organization

  • CFC Youth For Christ

References

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