The first batch of BS Criminology of PSU made history by achieving a 90.24% passing percentage in the October 2014 Criminologist Licensure Examination. This is significantly higher than the national passing percentage of 37% percent.  Out of the 41 hopeful PSU BS Criminology graduates who took the board exam for the first time, 37 passed.

Partial and unofficial list of successful examinees from PSU are :

  1. Abus, Nicky
  2. Alvinda, Prince
  3. Alaska, Ramon III
  4. Beringuer, Noemi
  5. Biona, Christine
  6. Boragay, Michelle
  7. Bungar, Glenn Jayson
  8. Cabangbang, Ronilo
  9. Chua, Doncarl
  10. Claridad, Princess
  11. Claridad, Proleane
  12. Cuyo, Archangel
  13. Daganta, Meriel
  14. Estay, Rochelle
  15. Estoce, Francis Dave Jay
  16. Evio, Ian Benedick
  17. Ganibo, Gerald
  18. Garaez, Ian
  19. Gellang, Jovie
  20. Guinto, Andrea
  21. Heredero, Jerome Paolo
  22. Hernandez, John Archie
  23. Ibanez, Allen
  24. Jamasali, Yap
  25. Lagura, Hurley Bhen
  26. Leorin, Genelyn
  27. Pingol, Dan Paul
  28. Rabang, Catherine
  29. Rodriguez, Mercy
  30. Servando, Devir
  31. Sumayang, Bryan
  32. Talamayan, Jane Catherine
  33. Temple, Richard
  34. Tolentino, Carla
  35. Tucay, Aljon
  36. Ustaris, Karen

Overwhelmed with this milestone, Dr. Vilma Venuz Andoy, the pioneer Dean of the College of Criminal Justice Education thanked the faculty members of PSU, the PSU Administration, the parents, and the University’s partners for being instrumental to the success achieved by graduates of the College she presently leads.

The PSU Administration, faculty, and staff, through the leadership of President Jeter S. Sespeñe congratulate all the successful passers, and salute everyone who head-on, faced the risk and chance of taking the highly competitive licensure exam.  (Limpiada, 2014).