Won Four (4) International Quality Awards for Oral Presentation in the 2nd International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (PAIR), – Ms. Rosebella L. Malo (Platinum), Dr. Sally Cadiz (Gold), Ms. Archel A. Bedaure (Silver) and Ms. Daisy G. Carian (Pearl).
Won Two (2) Asian Awards for Oral Research Presentation – Dr. Renato B. Salmingo, Platinum Award, Dr. Rogelio D. Cango, Diamond Award (Asian Conference for Academic Journals Higher Education Research, Pryce Plan, Cagayan De Oro City.
Awarded as Best Public Sector Project Awardee for the "Design and Production of Selected Farm Implements for Small Scale Farmers in Sugar Cane Haciendas in the City of Talisay" by the Regional Development Council.
The Teacher Education and Industrial Technology Programs of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College, Talisay City were granted Accredited Status by the Board of Trustees of the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc. (AACUP, Inc.).
The Teacher Education and Industrial Technology Programs of CHMSC, Talisay City were granted candidate status by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc. (AACUP, Inc.).
NOPCC transferred to its new site at Fortune Towne, Brgy. Estefania, Bacolod City with curricular changes and new course offerings: Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration majors in Data Processing, and Management Accounting. Associate in Industrial Technology(AIT) leading to Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT) majors in Automotive, Electronics, and Electrical Technology were offered.
Mrs. Ma Luz B. Magallanes was appointed as the first campus-in-charge.
Bachelor of Science in Commerce major in Accounting,a Two-year Trade Technical Education majors in Automotive, Electronics and Electricity,and the Association in Secretarial Education were offered.
Negros Occidental Provincial Community College (NOPCC) was established with the approval of the Provincial Board, Resolution No. 1 series of 1970,in its original location at the Negros Occidental High School (NOHS) vicinity, a lot owned by the provincial government. While construction of the first building was ongoing, classes were housed by NOHS.
Appointment of Mrs. Patria Jalandoni as the registrar and as the first head of the college.
Formal inauguration of NOSAT and opening of enrolment
- 89 male students enrolled in the four-year secondary trade curriculum
- shop courses introduced: Auto-mechanics, General Metalwork, Practical Electricity, Woodcarving, Building Construction, and Furniture & Cabinet Making.