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Extension Unit

The Extension Unit (EU) is a showcase of the University’s thrust for functional and relevant projects, linkages and services which are implemented through continuing education, capacity development, entrepreneurship and governance.

As a service provider, the BukSU Extension Unit empowers people to improve their lives through continuing education and training, developing attitudes and skills, and providing knowledge transfer in promoting quality of life.

Extension Creed

Go to the people, live with the people
Learn from them, plan with them
Work with them, start with what they know
Build on what they have, teach by showing
Learn by doing, not by showcase but a pattern
Not odds and ends but a system, not piecemeal but integrated approach
Not to confirm but to transform, not relief but release.


The Bukidnon State University Extension Unit aims to effectively and efficiently deliver practical, relevant and responsive extension programs that shall have been adopted and utilized by the people in the community to enhance/improve their quality of life. 

Dr. Jiemalyn B. Paulican
Extension Director
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The Extension and Community Projects shall aim to accomplish the following specific objectives

University Extension Agenda

  • Thrusts
  • Agenda and Priorities

     In the pursuit of attaining quality assurance, it is the aim of the university, through the BukSU extension unit to contribute its community extension expertise to the society and the country. CHED Memorandum Order No. 56, S. 2016 on Pathways to Equity, Relevance and Advancement in Research, Innovation, and Extension in Philippine Higher Education put emphasis on platforms   in pursuit of inclusive social and economic development. As provided in this directive, HEIs like BukSU, as producers of knowledge or hubs of innovation, like other HEIs, are positioned to work in partnership with communities, business, and industry in facilitating the transfer of knowledge or technology on specific development areas that directly affect the lives of individuals, families and communities.

     With this, the University’s Extension thrusts are geared towards the upliftment of the quality of life and poverty alleviation in the region, in Mindanao, and the country as a whole.  The community extension thrusts and priorities of BukSU is focused on platforms that are based on the seventeen (17) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in consonance with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Philippine Development Plan (2017-2022) of National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) anchored on Ten Point Socio-Economic Agenda, Commission on Higher Education (CHED)- National Higher Education Research Agenda (NHERA),  Department of Science and Technology (DOST)-Harmonized National Research and Development Agenda (HNRDA) 2017-2022 and National Integrated Basic Research Agenda (NIBRA) 2017-2022, the National Unified Health Research Agenda (NUHRA), Gender Responsive Extension Agenda (CHED CMO #1 series of 2015) and based from the discovered local needs of the community revealed through research. Guided by the abovementioned programs, BukSU considers the following thrusts by colleges to establish priorities in developing, processing and funding extension proposals that is locally, culturally and gender-sensitive.

     The Bukidnon State University has crafted the umbrella institutional extension program entitled BukSU’s Unified Leverage for Inclusive Growth (BULIG): A Community Empowerment Extension Program. “BULIG” is a Binukid word which means help. True to its mandate, BukSU shall extend help to partner citizens and communities in addressing real-world social, economic and environmental challenges. Bulig, therefore, is a fitting symbol for the university to perform its extension function.  The extension agenda and priorities are clustered into six (6) categories namely, lifelong learning, culture, arts and tourism, governance and management, environmental management and disaster risk reduction, health and well-being, livelihood development and technology. The value of collaboration and multidisciplinary approaches in extension is given importance in this agenda.

BukSU Extension Framework

Given these university agenda and priorities, the respective colleges in the university identified their priority projects that are relevant but not limited to their respective curricula grounding from the aforementioned extension agenda.  The following are the extension priority areas to be engaged in by the administration, faculty and student extensionists to optimally participate in national transformation through the transfer of knowledge and technology: 

Priority Areas

  • Learning and Development
  • Gender and Development
  • Media literacy
  • Legal Services
  • Other life-long learning-related projects

Priority Areas

  • Cultural Heritage Promotion and Conservation
  • Indigenous People’s Development
  • Peace Building
  • Tourism Development
  • Other culture, arts and tourism-related projects

Priority Areas

  • Waste Management
  • Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation
  • Biodiversity and Climate Change Adaptation
  • Organic Agriculture
  • Food Security
  • Renewable Energy
  • Other environmental management & DRR-related  projects

Priority Areas

  • Local Governance
  • Community Leadership
  • Public Safety and Security
  • Financial Security
  • Other governance and management-related projects

Priority Areas

  • Herbal Medicine discovery and development
  • Public Health and Nutrition
  • Maternal and Child Health Care
  • Reproductive Health
  • Mental Health
  • Social Protection
  • Other health-related projects

Priority Areas

  • Craft making (Souvenirs, Artwork)
  • Culinary and Baking
  • Advanced Computer Troubleshooting
  • Book Keeping (Basic and Advance)
  • Driving
  • Electrical and Automotive Technology (installation and AutoCAD)
  • Food Technology
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Other livelihood and technology related projects

Organizational Structure

List of Extension Projects 2019-2020

Sa Karunungan Walang Iwanan (SKaWI) Phase II
Food Squared: Modeling Organic Gardening and Enhancing Climate Change Resiliency among Small-Holder Farmers in Malaybalay City
English in the Workplace: English for Barangay Secretaries
Bridging the Local Digital Divide of LGU Cabanglasan Towards and ICT-enabled Community: Phase
Program: Continuing Professional Development through Extension Services (CPDES)Project 1: Enhancement of Mathematical Content Knowledge and Teaching Strategies and ICT Integration in Teaching Mathematics
Project 2: Alternative Learning Assessment for Mathematics
Projects 3: Instructional Materials Development
Project 4: Writing Action Research
Capability Building for Sustainable Livelihood Program
Strengthening the Management System of Kitanglad Guard Volunteers Association, Incorporated through Good Governance
Adopt a Barangay: SPEED UP Apo Macote
Capacity-Building for Quarba Citronella Farmers’ Sustainable Livelihood Program
PWD Maka-trabaho, PWD Makanegosyo (Building links toEmployment to Employment and Entrepreneurship
Competency Development Among Local Government Officials: Public Ad 101 On Air
Capacitating the IP’s Mandatory Representative in Malaybalay City
Enabling Public School Teachers in Research
Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) in Action
Capacitating Deped Teachers on Knowledge and Skills in Sports
Capacitating the ALS Infed Teachers in Teaching Life-Skills Education
Computer Literacy Training for Students of 4th Army Training Group, TRADOC of Camp Osito Bahian
Program: Continuing Professional Development through Extension Services (CPDES) Proj. 6 Empowering Child Development Workers’ Classroom Management and Pedagogy
Empowering Community Through Health Initiatives
Strengthening Breastfeeding Practices in Barangay Sumpong
Food Safety, Processing and Entrepreneurship
Design and Development of Sustainable Water System for Sitio Tintinaan, Barangay Can-ayan, Malaybalay City
Solar-Powered Electrical System of Poblacion and Kiito of Barangay Can-ayanMalaybalay City
Radyo-Eskwela: A BukSu ALS Radio-based Instruction Project
Kab-ot Kahibalo Alang Kanimo: A Community-Based Literacy and Life Skills Development
Product Development, Food Safety and Financial Management
Batas: Batas Ating Tahakin at Isulong Anti-Bullying Awareness Program
Empowering the Communities through Livelihood and Technology Towards Sustainable Development
Strengthening Management of Mindanao Protected Areas Towards Biocultural Diversity Conservation and Sustainable Development
Project Wellness for the Third Agers
BukSU Bayanihan IEC Initiative Kontra Covid-19 Panddemic: An Extension Project of Bukidnon State University for the City of Malaybalay during the COVID-19 Crisis
Pag-ambitay Daw Ag-kaulian (Share To Heal): A Social Innovation Kontra Covid 19

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