Community Extension and Services
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Community Extension and Services

Advocacy and Reasearch;
Networking and Partership building;
Goods and technical services;
Education, Evangelization, Empowered Community programs;
Lifelong Learning and Livelihood augmentation;
Scholarships and Service Learning.


The University involves its personnel, students and alumni through the following services :

  • Research and Documentation.
  • Community Organization and Education
  • Livelihood Skills and Technical Assistance
  • Spiritual Development and Values Formation
  • Micro-Infrastructure Project Support
  • Preventive and Promotive Health Care Support
  • Outreach for relief assistance and disaster response and other gift giving activities


In partnership with the University departments and external linkages, the following are some of the community extension service projects:

Ecology Park and Resource Center - in Brgy Cuayan- an institutional developmental program in Brgy Cuayan. The projects include a) Ecology Park - a former dumpsite turned into butterfly sanctuary as venue for educational trips and as livelihood for a peoples organization and b) Community Learning Resource Center- serving as venue for reading and borrowing of educational materials for in- school and out school in the barangay.

Livelihood and Technical Training for Angeles City Jail Inmates -a semi to developmental college- based project that provides skills training to inmates of Camp 174th , Angeles City Jail. At present the inmates are earning income from livelihood project such as abaca weaving.

Pamiaduangan 57-75 A program for public education anchored from 57-75 National Movement. It started in Pampanga in 2007 to contribute in reversing the public education crisis. The University partnered with the Provincial Government, DepEd Pampanga, Five Pilot Municipalities, NGOs and 57-75 National Movement.

Busog Lusog Talino (BLT) of Jollibee Foundation A supplemental feeding program for underweight Grades 1 and 2 pupils of seven (7) public schools in Pampanga City with Holy Angel University as local implementing partner of Jollibee Foundation that started in 2008 to date expanding it to Angeles City.

Corporate Volunteers for Enterprise Development (CVED) of Philippine Business for Social Progress

College faculty serve as business advisors to small and micro enterprise