Colegio San Agustin- Bacolod offers Preschool, Gradeschool, Junior High School, Senior High School and College programs.
CSA-B embarked on further expansion, both in its program offerings and physical facilities, at the turn of the millennium. New undergraduate programs in Computer Engineering and Electronics Engineering were launched in 2001, followed by Information Technology and Toursim in 2002. During this period the Alfonzo de Orozco Student Center Building was constructed, and the CSA-B Park opened. The Sto. Niño Early Childhood Learning Center, an extension campus in Brgy. Villamonte, Bacolod City, was inaugurated in 2003.
In 2006, the School started to serve as an offshore venue of the Graduate School of the University of San Agustin for master’s degree programs in Business Administration , Nursing, Medical Technology, and Education. In 2008, the school established the Center for Entrepreneurial Formation, and accepted its first students in Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship program. The Bachelor of Science in Information System and the Bachelor in Library Information Science programs opened in the same year.
Development at the extension campus in Villa San Agustin, which currently houses the Sto. Niño Early Childhood Learning Center, began in 2007. With the addition of two more floors to the structure, the facility houses the first ever virtual laboratory for Nursing in Western Visayas, as well as the kitchens for the Hospitality Management program. The blessing of the kiddie pool and the covered six-lane junior Olympic swimming pool was held on April 29, 2008. CSA-B’s main campus now takes on a new look along Benigno S. Aquino Drive with the new Gregor Mendel Building, home to the only school-based dialysis center in the country.
CSA-B is PAASCU-accredited in Arts & Sciences, Education, Business, Accountancy, Nursing, High School, and Grade School. The excellence of CSA-B’s programs has resulted in oustanding performance of its graduates in the various licensure examinations, particularly for medical technologists, nurses, and accountants for which the school received commendations from CHED and PRC.