Disaster risk management is the application of disaster risk reduction policies and strategies to prevent new disaster risk. This study evaluated the organizational effectiveness related to Disaster Risk Reduction Management in Eastern Visayas State University in Ormoc City, with main focus on the practices of the four (4) thematic areas of the Disaster Management which are the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, Disaster Preparedness, Disaster Response and Disaster Rehabilitation and Recovery. The study is a quantitative research and was using a convenience or purposive sampling through questionnaires provided to the respondents. The respondents were the members of the Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council of the University, located at Brgy. Don Felipe and Brgy. Luna. The findings revealed that the organizational effectiveness was indicated as “Not Effective” and the overall indication of the disaster management practices was indicated “Partially Practiced.” The problem areas identified were the lack of experiences/ trainings related to disaster management of the members of the organization that’s maybe one of the reasons why they gave diminutive importance of their functions and duties as a member of the Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council of the University. It was recommended that the administration conduct trainings/seminars/workshops related to disaster management, funding of the related activities, and hiring faculty with an appropriate skill to work efficient on related disaster management strategies. Moreover, the chairman should impose strict implementation of the University Code and treat Disaster Management as one of the priority functions as a public servant.