The University started with some 2,000 enrollees until its population increased to 6,000. From October 2005 to January 2006, a total of 1,051 individuals out of 1,600 enrollees graduated in their selected livelihood and employment courses. Some 290 students finished the basic computer course while 11 finished the photo silkscreen and signage course. The assessment report prepared by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority showed that 234 examinees passed the knowledge assessment, while 189 passed the skills assessment, which resulted to a 100 percent passing rate in January 2006.
In 2005, the University had more than 14,000 students, of who 9,830 were in the college programs (public administration, mass communications, mathematics, political science, physical therapy, criminology, nursing, electronics, education and computer engineering, social work, among others).
More than 4,200 others had been trained in ladderized courses. Under this generic program called Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology fall most of the vocational and technical courses like automotive mechanics, hotel and restaurant technology, refrigeration and air-conditioning, among others. More than 3,500 students are housed in its main campus at the Mehan Garden.