• 2015-2019 STRATEGIC PLAN

    The CHMSC 2015-2019 Strategic Plan was conceived in times when current development trends demand a more aggressive and rational approaches in meeting challenges. With the encompassing political, economic, environmental and sociological issues interweaving, an institution of higher learning has to confront these realities with deliberate and consistent approach.....
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  • CHMSC holds Green Building Groundbreaking Ceremony

    The Talisay Campus held the Groundbreaking Ceremony for its Three-storey Engineering and Technology Green Building on July 23. The three-storey building, bound to become another landmark and icon of development in CHMSC and in Talisay City, is an epitome of Green Concepts in Architecture.
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  • CHMSC wins Second, Third Places in Interschool Robotics Competition

    Carlos Hilado Memorial State College beams with pride at the Second Place finish of CHMSC-Binalbagan Team B and the Third Place finish of CHMSC-Alijis at the Fifth Interschool Robotics Competition held on August 27 at Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod.Two other teams from the College also made it as Top Three finalists...
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  • Search for Private Sector Representatives for the CHMSC Board of Trustees

    Pursuant to RA 8292, the Board of Trustees of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College, formally and publicly announces that the Positions for Two Members of the Board of Trustees representing the Private Sector are now open.
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  • External Auditors assess College’s ISO readiness
  • Alijis, Binalbagan Campuses exhibit excellence in 10th Provincial Wildlife Month
  • New Research and Extension Office blessed, inaugurated
  • PME Office initiates Strategic Planning Workshop
  • OJT Org sponsors bloodletting activity
  • Two in a row!
  • Faculty Association inducts newbies.
  • Talisay Coalition talks on volunteerism

CHMSC offers educational programs at all levels (elementary, secondary and tertiary) including a graduate program for masters and doctoral level. Non-degree courses of two to three years provide opportunities for graduates to continue and finish allied degrees (ladderized).