The office of Extension Services is one of the units under the office of the Vice-President for Research, Innovation, and Extension Services. The office plays an important role in the quest for sustainable development and growth of society through responsive community engagement programs. The extension services that the university provides to the communities are considered vehicle in the transfer of knowledge or information, skills and technologies to the stakeholders. The university believes that in order to implement effective extension programs, projects, or activity these must be offshoot of research and innovation conducted by the faculty of the university. This principle highlights the close or continuous relationship between research and extension.
In accord to this perspective, the university conducts skills trainings to various sectors in the community including government employees, non-working mothers, out-of-school youth, farmers and fisher folks. These trainings cater to their needs for professional growth, or livelihood and technology skills development. Extension services also include support to communities for the establishment of their electrification and street lighting, and improvement of the water system.