The Pamantasan ng Cabuyao (or University of Cabuyao) is a university in Cabuyao City, province of Laguna, Philippines. It was founded by the former Mayor Etok Aguillo, through the enactment of Municipal Ordinance 2003-059 approved on April 16, 2003.
Before the establishment of the Pamantasan ng Cabuyao, there was a satellite campus of the Laguna State Polytechnic University (LSPU) at the Cabuyao National High School. The LSPU was operating through a memorandum of agreement between the LSPU president and Cabuyao municipal mayor which commenced in 1993 and ended on March 31, 2003.
In late 2002, there was a strong protest against the leadership of the LSPC president from faculty members and students of LSPC. The protest was headed by Charlemagne G. Laviña and supported by Rosalia B. Pre, George Barundia, Christian Hernandez, Melissa Dimaculangan and one non-teaching staff, Bernie Deacosta and some students from LSPC - CABUYAO CAMPUS.
The protest was found by the Sangguniang Bayan of Cabuyao to be true and based on facts, with the support by almost all students, most of whom were Cabuyeños. It resulted to the issuance of the Notice of Termination to the memorandum of agreement. The administration of the mayor was left with no option but to establish Cabuyao Community College.
Having anticipated the closure of LSPC-Cabuyao, faculty members headed by Charlemagne Lavina and Frank Parao assisted the office of the mayor and informed them that the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) is the model school for local college. Dr. Benjamin Tayabas, then PLM president, assisted Cabuyao municipality and personally attended to the work of putting up a university. He suggested that Pamantasan ng Cabuyao should be the name. On April 15, 2003 the Sanguniang Bayan enacted Municipal Ordinance No. 2003-059. The same was approved a day after by Mayor Proceso D. Aguillo.
Pamantasan ng Cabuyao was inaugurated on July 31, 2003, the birthday of its founding mayor, and it was personally inaugurated by no less than President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo on June 19, 2003 on the occasion of the 107th birthday of Dr. Jose Rizal.
Today, under the new leadership of Hon. Isidro L. Hemedes, Jr. (the incumbent mayor) and the able assistance of Atty. Mel Gecolea (the chairperson of the Committee on Education), education reforms have been introduced, new and better systems have been put in place, and old practices have been put into sound and solid written policies and procedures.