Volunteerism 101: PNVSCA visits UB

At its core, volunteerism reflects the intrinsic human desire to contribute positively to society, driven not by monetary gain but by a genuine commitment to the welfare of others. This orientation digs into the essence of selfless volunteering, exploring the...

The University of Baguio, Bolsters and Initiates Knowledge Economy and Resilient Society (UB BIKERS)

The University of Baguio (UB) demonstrated its ongoing dedication to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by organizing its third annual UB BIKERS event on April 27, 2024, in partnership with the University of Baguio Alumni Foundation Inc. (UBAFI), headed by...

University of Baguio Celebrates 75th Anniversary with Community Event in Barangay Pinsao Proper

In a vibrant display of community spirit and academic celebration, the University of Baguio (UB) marked its 75th anniversary with a dynamic event held in Barangay Pinsao Proper on April 20, 2024 aimed to foster deeper ties with the local...

University of Baguio in Partnership with Barangay Pinsao Proper for Community Development

At the heart of this partnership are the commitments made by key stakeholders. Honorable Raymund Laxamana, the Barangay Captain of Pinsao Proper, and Kagawad Karen Joy Calatan signed the MOA on behalf of the barangay, signifying their dedication to the...

Empowering Communities: University of Baguio Collaborates with Barangay Pucsusan for Sustainable Development

a significant step towards community empowerment and sustainable development was taken as the University of Baguio (UB), through its Research Innovation Extension and Community Outreach (RIECO) office, spearheaded a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing at Barangay Pucsusan, Baguio City.

UBLES outreach program empowers kindergarten pupils at Dona Nicasia J. Puyat Elementary School

The activities designed to enrich the young minds included engaging story-telling sessions and creative art activities, fostering imagination and cognitive development among the children.

UB C.A.R.E.S joins Pinsao Proper Barangay Assembly for Project Partnerships

First barangay general assembly of the year of Barangay Pinsao Proper with the theme: โ€œBarangay at Mamamayan, Sama-samang Nagtututlungan sa Pagtaguyod ng Maayos, Maunlad at Mapayapang Pamayanan Tungo sa Isang Bagong Pilipinasโ€

Road to Great Collaborations with the Visually Impaired Positive and Productive Dreamers

In the spirit of fostering ongoing camaraderie, the Visually-Impaired Positive and Productive Dreamers (VIPPD) have taken proactive steps to cultivate a deeper relationship with the University of Baguio through the Research Innovation Extension and Community Outreach (RIECO) office, culminating in...

Empowering Communities: University of Baguio Collaborates with Barangay Pucsusan for Sustainable Development

The Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency was warmly welcomed by the University of Baguio as they spoke about what volunteerism is, the purpose of volunteering, and what would convince people to volunteer.

RIECO & Graduate School Extension Program

A diverse array of extension activities unfolded simultaneously, showcasing the interdisciplinary approach of the University towards community empowerment. Within the realm of arts and culture, the MAENGL program participants, alongside international students, conducted an enriching session combining literary exploration and...


UB C.A.R.E.S. is a sustainable program to continually uplift and address the needs of the communities, especially the indigenous population, not only through its graduates but also through the active efforts of the institution in aligning its activities with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs). UB C.A.R.E.S. represents the heart of the University of Baguio in social involvement; it focused on individual empowerment for social involvement especially the impoverished and indigenous people; geared towards the development of communities in need; implemented by the RDC-ECOS office through the different schools, departments, and offices; and allowed stakeholders to support, participate, and be involved voluntarily.