The Central Luzon State University

Central Luzon State University (CLSU) is a state university on a 658-hectare campus in Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. It is the lead agency of the Muñoz Science Community and the seat of the Regional Research and Development Center in Central Luzon.

To date, CLSU is one of the premier institutions of agriculture in Southeast Asia and known for its breakthrough researches in aquatic culture (pioneer in the sex reversal of tilapia), ruminant, crops, orchard, and water management researches.

It has also been placed between the sixth and the twenty-first spot for the most academically-excellent university in the country for various years, overwhelming most schools in Metro Manila. It has been placed in the 100 most significant schools is Asia numerous times as well.

CLSU is the first comprehensive state university to undergo institutional accreditation.

It is a declared Cultural Property of the Philippines with the code of PH-03-0027 due to its high historical, cultural, academical, and agricultural importance to the nation.

Designated by the
Commission on Higher Education - National Agriculture and Fisheries Education System (CHED-NAFES)
as

National University College of Agriculture (NUCA)

National University College of Fisheries (NUCF)

Designated by the
Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
as

Center of Excellence in Agriculture

Center of Excellence in Agricultural Engineering

Center of Excellence in Biology

Center of Excellence in Fisheries

Center of Excellence in Teacher Education

Center of Excellence in Veterinary Medicine

Designated by the
Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquaculture, Forestry and Natural Resources Research and Development - Department of Science and Technology (PCAARRD-DOST)
as

Center of Research Excellence in Small Ruminants

Designated by the
Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
as

Regional Integrated Coastal Resources Management Center

Designated as

Model Agro-Tourism Site for Luzon