ISABELA STATE U TO BUILD NEW CAMPUS IN ISABELA
THE ISABELA State University will build an extension campus in the municipality of Aurora in Isabela province.
The new campus will offer Bachelor of Agricultural Technology.
ISU said that the campus will rise in a five-hectare land provided by the local government unit of Aurora to help the school expand its agriculture program.
The campus will have a four-story building with 27 classrooms and will be the third extension campus of the university.
It will be part of the Isabela State University-Cauayan Campus Cluster, once finished.
Mayor Joseph Christian G. Uy of Aurora said that the new course offering will help not only the university but also the agriculture of the municipality.