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It was converted into the Tarlac College of Technology (TCT) and merged with the Tarlac National Agricultural School in Camiling, Tarlac. TCT's Institute of Agriculture was made into a separate state college in 1974 to be known as the Tarlac College of Agriculture, now Tarlac Agricultural University.The college underwent expansions under his administration, including the acquisition of a ten-hectare land in Barangay Binauganan known today as the Villa Lucinda Campus which became the site of the Laboratory School, College of Education, and a ground for different agricultural and industrial projects.This was in pursuit of the American colonial government's policy of laying the groundwork for a western-oriented educational system in the country.In 1909, TSU, then the Tarlac Trade School, began to open its doors to high school students.Priscilla Viuya, Vice-President for Academic Affairs during Matias' term, became the fourth University President starting from March 26, 2006.As president, she has taken steps to introduce new programs and build a stronger international profile.Matias was appointed as the third university President by the BOR on March 25, 1998.
This was made possible through the sponsorship of Congressmen Jose Cojuangco, Jr., Jose Yap, and Hermie Aquino.
Tarlac State University has one main campus and two satellite campuses within the vicinity of Tarlac City and an international joint institute in Hong Kong.
The ten colleges were divided into three campuses to control the student population of the university.
On August 8, 1990, the university's Board of Regents (BOR) appointed Alejandro Fernandez, formerly a professor in the University of the Philippines, as the first president of TSU.
During this time, TSU was able to acquire its eight-hectare lot for a third campus in San Isidro under a 50-year lease contract with the provincial government.
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In August 2016, TSU was granted an Integrated Management System (IMS) Certification, becoming the first state university in the Philippines to acquire this status.