The USTP Career Center guides the students in identifying career opportunities that match their skills, interests, personality, and values leading to meaningful and purposeful contributions to the global industry. They are also the dedicated office in charge of academe-industry-government (AIG) relations.
The Career Center offers the following services: Personality Development Program, Professional Development Program, Informational Resources, Job Search Program, Employer Relations, and Alumni Networking.
The Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (CET) of USTP serves the institution and the neighboring HEIs in the region. The Center is the Hub where regional innovation and entrepreneurship converge and foster while strengthening the linkage between the industry and the academe.
The USTP System’s local technology business incubator, CDObites (Business Incubation Technology Entrepreneurship and Startups), gains recognition for advancing science and technology in the Philippines through its accomplishments in enabling innovations in their sector.
As a university-based TBI, CDObites has contributed to the community in the region by becoming the center of innovation, building a network of crucial innovation partners, generating jobs, and attracting investments.
The Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CiTL) is an enabling hub for achieving institutional goals of increasing the market for its product by providing outstanding instruction and support for the new and the continuing professional development of the University’s veterans and experienced faculty members. Hence, this will lead the USTP to produce graduates that can compete globally—not only be employed as industry leaders but also have the option to become successful innovators.
The CiTL was established by virtue of USTP BOR Resolution No. 120, series of 2019.
The Digital Transformation Office (DTO) of the USTP spearheads the university-wide business process automation to comply with RA 11032, otherwise known as “Ease of Doing Business.” It intends to scale up and provide sustainable and strategic ICT transformation and modernization programs and projects with the ultimate goal of effective, transparent governance and effective delivery of teaching and learning experience to its students and faculty workforce.
DTO lives up to its objective to spearhead the University System-wide business process automation, including Planning, Designing, Evaluation, Customization, Development, Documentation, and Implementation of various ICT policies and Information Systems.
The DTO was established by virtue of USTP BOR Resolution No. 77, series of 2020.
The University established the Infrastructure Planning and Facilities Development Office (IPFDO) to strengthen the planning and implementation of infrastructure projects across all campuses—USTP Alubijid, USTP Balubal, USTP Cagayan de Oro, USTP Claveria, USTP Jasaan, USTP Oroquieta, USTP Panaon, and USTP Villanueva.
The Strategic Communication Office (STRATCOMM) was established by virtue of USTP BOR Resolution No. 87, series of 2020. The office is designed to respond to the university’s internal and external communication needs. STRATCOMM aims to make information-sharing dynamic and seamless across the USTP System. It also seeks to safeguard the brand, image, and reputation of USTP as a science and technology University.
The Technology Promotions and Commercialization Office (TPCO) serves as the interface between the talent and technology housed in the academic institute, the industry, and the community, fostering new relationships and partnerships resulting in life-changing innovations, enhanced productivity, and ingenious discoveries that amends the human condition.
The TPCO was established by virtue of USTP BOR Resolution No. 52, series of 2020.