Central Mindanao University

Central Mindanao University is a public research university located at the heart of Mindanao Island in the Philippines, specifically at University Town, Musuan, Maramag, Bukidnon. It is one of the only two universities in the province along with Bukidnon State University. One of the top performing universities in the country, it ranked 8th in the CHED 2011 top universities in the Philippines ranking.

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... On September 29, 1959 at Mindanao Agricultural College (now Central Mindanao University) in Musuan, Bukidnon Province when a young man named Tomas R ... Gavarra who just finished Associate in Agriculture in University of the Philippines – Los Baños felt the absence of a fraternity in the campus ... On December 12, 1965 at Silliman University in Dumaguete City, Province of Negros Oriental, a group of Political Science students of the university led by Manuel M ...

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