University Resource Generation Program


The enactment of Republic Act 8292, also known as the Higher Education Modernization Act of 1997, authorized SUCs to use its income from tuition fees, other school charges, and generate income and become self-sufficient, as a response to the national government’s move withdrawing the capital outlay (CO) and to gradually withdraw its maintenance and other operating expenses (MOOE).The Commission on Audit (COA) then issued Circular No. 2000-02 to provide accounting guidelines and procedures in the use of income of SUCs pursuant to RA 8292.

Ultimately, SUCs are to operate as a corporate entity, optimally managing their fiscal resources, maximize income and operate efficiently at least possible cost without sacrificing its ability to provide quality education and attaining its goals and objectives.



Prof. Jenny C. Calabio
Director, URGP
Tel: (033) 320-0870 to 78 loc 1704
HOMETEL: loc 1701
Direct Line: (033) 330-1172
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Vision and Mission


To contribute to the realization of the vision of the West Visayas State University as a model for strengthened entrepreneurship among SUCs


  • Serve as avenue of development in the countryside through the creation of quality products and delivery of first rate services to its clientele.
  • Serve as training ground to students relative to course specifications.
  • Create linkages for employment to graduates through development of their entrepreneurial skills.
  • Train staff, managers and directors to accelerate their entrepreneurial facility through seminars, workshops and exposures.


As defined in the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of RA 8292, auxiliary services include all kinds of services done and/or rendered by chartered SUCs other than academic, such as cafeteria, janitorial, printing press, bookstore and the like. Below are the links to existing Auxiliary Services offered in the University.