Republic of the Philippines
BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY
Cogtong, Candijay, Bohol
The Bohol Island State University (BISU) formerly the Central Visayas State College of
Agriculture, Forestry and Technology (CVASCAFT) is a public institution of higher learning in Bohol,
Philippines. The institution operates campuses spread throughout the province, with the main campus
in Tagbilaran City, Bohol.
By virtue of Republic Act No. 9722(An Act Converting the CVASCAFT, ITS Units and Satellite
Campuses in the City of Tagbilaran and in the Municipalities of Bilar, Candijay, Calape, Clarin and
Balilihan located in the Province of Bohol to be known as the Bohol Island State University.
BISU Candijay Campus Profile
1948 – Candijay High School (CHS) 1959 – Bohol School of Fisheries (BSF)
1998 – Central Visayas State College of Agriculture, Forestry and Technology (CVSCAFT)
2009 at present – Bohol Island State University (BISU)
30.95 hectares campus site including fishponds
A premier Science and Technology University for the formation of a world class and virtuous human
resource for sustainable development in Bohol and the country.
BISU is committed to provide quality higher education in the arts and sciences, as well as in the
professional and technological fields, undertake research and development, and extension services for
the sustainable development of Bohol and the country.
BISU GUIDANCE CENTER
The center of client’s personal growth and development through programmed services and
interventions that will help one become productive, self-sufficient, morally upright and well-adjusted
individual in the community.
To provide our clients with opportunities to understand, accept and develop their abilities, aptitudes,
interest and aspirations through meaningful programs and services.
Basic Guidance Services
I. INDIVIDUAL INVENTORY SERVICE – This service involves the acquisition, maintenance
and safeguarding of individual records of students.
II. INFORMATION SERVICE – This service encompass all information which are made
available through bulletins, announcements, brochures, electronic media, orientation
activities and trainings.
III. COUNSELING SERVICE – This service is concerned with providing individual and group
counseling to students who voluntarily visit the Guidance Center to seek assistance, to
“referrals” given by administrators, family members, parents and faculty members who
are in need of assistance that could affect the student’s educational, emotional, spiritual
and social well-being.
IV. TESTING SERVICE – This service includes the administration and interpretation of tests
to assess the performance and personality of the students. Students who may wish to
avail the testing services may make arrangements with the guidance counselor.
V. PLACEMENT SERVICE – The activities in this service include the establishment of job
placement linkages with the different firms, agencies and others, providing maximum
information on employment opportunities not only to graduating students but also to
VI. FOLLOW-UP SERVICE – It is concerned with what happens to the students while in
school and keeps track of them in finding out how students fair in their chosen activity.
VII. RESEARCH AND EVALUATION – This service evaluates regularly the existing guidance
services and determines the needs, concerns of students.