With the increasing teachers’ burnout rate and the declining students’ performance associated with inappropriate behaviors in class, this correlational study described the relationship between the implementation frequency and perceived usefulness of classroom management strategies and the frequency of occurrence of classroom management issues in Eastern Samar State UniversityMain Campus. The data collected from 138 faculty members revealed a strong consensus from among the responses. The statistical analysis through the Kendall’s Tau b correlation resulted to p-values greater than the level of significance which then accepted the null proposition advanced in the study. From the findings, the following conclusions were formulated: (1) generally, the classroom management strategies are “often” implemented by the faculty members in the university; (2) the classroom management strategies are perceived with “high utility” by the faculty members particularly in managing their classrooms; and (3) there is no significant correlation between the frequency of implementation and perceived usefulness of classroom management strategies and the frequency of occurrence of classroom management issues. The investigation recommends that other external factors such as personal and family factors be investigated so as to obtain a clearer picture on other variables that may have any effect on students’ behavior which in turn are determinants of behavioral issues that occur in the classroom.