An extension service is one of the fourfold functions of higher education institutions. This study assessed the extent of implementation of the extension services programs of state technological institutions in a geographic region in the Philippines. The program implementers were sampled to draw data along the aspects of attainment of objectives, program relevance, and effectiveness of the strategies and activities adopted as well as the attainment of objectives, program relevance, and effectiveness of the strategies and activities adopted as well as the extent of the adequacy of resources available to the implementers. The findings showed two of three institutions with favorable results as to attainment of objectives, program relevance and strategies adopted as well as the extent of adequacy of resources in the delivery of services. To address gaps, this study further identified recommendations to enhance the capabilities of implementers such as trainings in extension services delivery, fund sourcing and forging institutional linkages or networking.