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CLSU-CBA Produces New Certified Public Accountants

Jun. 03, 2024

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The Central Luzon State University (CLSU) College of Business & Accountancy successfully produced 24 new Certified Public Accountants (CPA) from the recently concluded May 2024 Certified Public Accountant Licensure Exam (CPALE) administered by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). The CLSU ‘golden grains’ from the Bachelor of Science in Accountancy program recorded an institutional passing rate of 44.44%, surpassing the 30.38 % CPALE national passing rate with 3,155 out of 10,421 examinees joining the roll of the Certified Public Accountants in the country. This accomplishment further demonstrates the quality of education provided by the CBA and affirms the commitment of CLSU in honing globally-competitive and work-ready graduates. Congratulations to our new CPAs! List of Passers: Agapito, Mia Daniella S. Almario, Jessa A. Arcalas, Ana Marie P. Bagawisan, Kim Rose P. Bartilet An Sherina C. Cariaga, Marisol B. Caspillo, Mary Joy T. Cuevas, Jennilyn R. De Vera, Ryan Ray B. Dumale, Hazzelle M. Ebron, Jaira Patricia V. Flores, Angelique Nicole C. Galvan, Maria Joana C. Gazmen, Fatima P. Javaluyas, Hazel A. Martin Jr., Eduardo S. Mendoza, Angelene T. Morales, Ma. Angelica P. Munhin, Melanie N. Ped, Leizel Rabac, Clarisse Jen C. Roque, Janine Ashley C. Torres, Alyssa Celian V. Vidaira, Harold Vincent D.

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Journey to the Top: When Faith, Love of Numbers Intertwine

"We should not make permanent decisions based on temporary seasons, and remember not to let your short-term discomfort compromise your long-term life goals. Even if we fail at something, we should not give up on pursuing our dreams.” – Jeremiah B. Ferrer, Class Valedictorian This profound wisdom guided Mr. Jeremiah B. Ferrer, a 22-year-old BS Statistics from San Jose City, Nueva Ecija, who will graduate as Summa Cum Laude and the class valedictorian after achieving the highest academic GPA of 1.14 during the 72nd Commencement Exercises on July 19, 2024. Growing up, Jeremiah was greatly influenced by the religious environment led by his father, Mr. Sonny G. Ferrer who is a pastor in their local church. Together with his mother, Mrs. Arlene B. Ferrer, they instilled a strong sense of faith and devotion in him and consistently provided unwavering support and care, playing an instrumental role in shaping his values and character. “Yung Papa ko po ay isang Pastor, kaya lumaki ako na every Sunday, nasa simbahan kami at nag-aayos ng mga kailangan tuwing may service. Palagi nya din kaming pinagbabasa ng bible, kaya naman talagang tumatak sa akin yung mga turo nya pati na rin ang kahalagahan ng pagkakaroon ng pananampalataya,” said Jeremiah. Just like all the other graduands, he faced different challenges in his academic life, including academic dilemmas, expectations, and self-pressure. Jeremiah considered these things as his losing moments that gave him the strength to persevere and reach the top, specifically his goal to graduate with a Latin honor. During his senior year in High School, Jeremiah's statistics teacher opened his eyes to the beauty of numbers and endless calculations, shaping his perspective on life’s unpredictability and inspired him to really pursue Bachelor of Science in Statistics. He believes that life, similar to a statistical model with inherent errors or residuals, is filled with uncertainties and unexpected challenges. He also realized that having shortcomings does not mean the end, but just a fragment of one’s bigger success in the future. “Mistakes and random errors are inevitable. Talagang magkakamali tayo sa buhay pero ang mahalaga ay hindi natin nakakalimutan ang mga pagkakamali na ito, bagkus ay nagiging daan natin para magkaroon tayo ng pagbabago sa ating sarili. Mistakes can lead to significant and positive changes in our lives," Jeremiah added. With his unwavering faith, determination and support from his loved ones, Jeremiah attained this academic achievement proving that in an unpredictable world, a clear vision and a purposeful effort towards one’s goal will always lead to success.

Jul. 18, 2024

Pastor Jeffrey Eliscupidez Motivates CLSU Graduands

“Your purpose is a vital piece of a greater purpose… Mahalaga ka! Don't ever think na wala kang purpose. You are never defined by your accomplishments and it is not attached by what you will accomplish in life. Your worth and value are determined by the One who created you.” – Pastor Jeff Eliscupidez Pastor Jeff Eliscupidez from Rebuild City Church delivered an inspirational message to the 2,565 graduands during the Ecumenical Baccalaureate Service today, July 17 at Dr. Pedro A. Abella Graduation Site. In his speech, Pastor Jeff motivated the graduating class with the importance of knowing one’s purpose in life. He further emphasized that purpose gives a sense of direction to life which will ultimately lead to a success apart from just wealth and material possessions. The event was also graced by various religious domains including Rev. Noel B. Alfonso of the United Methodist Church, Rev. Nomeriano E. Antonio of City Builders of Jesus International, Rev. Guadalupe C. Miranda, Apostolic Faith Mission of Portland, Oregon (Phils.) Inc., Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, Missionary Pastor, Lakas-Angkan Ministries and Rev Fr. Renz Jane Valente, MSGC, CLSU Christ the Worker Chaplain.

Jul. 17, 2024

President Abella Speaks at 11th PAA Nat’l Congress and 2024 PH Agriculturists’ Summit

Dr. Evaristo A. Abella, University President addressed the country’s agriculturists as plenary speaker during the 11th Philippine Association of Agriculturists (PAA) National Congress and 2024 Philippine Agriculturists’ Summit today, July 3, held at Royce Hotel, Clark, Angeles City, Pampanga. Under the session on partnerships with industry for sustainable future-proof transformation of the Philippine higher education agriculture curriculum, Dr. Abella presented the best practices of Central Luzon State University (CLSU) in terms of creating impactful collaborations with the industry. He emphasized that collaboration between academic institutions is vital in preparing the students for the challenges of the modern workforce, hence the initiative of CLSU to have industry partners that will amplify the capacity of the university in providing facilities for experiential learning of the students. “The collaboration between academia and industry is a powerful catalyst for innovation, economic growth, and educational excellence. At CLSU, we are committed to building and strengthening these partnerships to create a brighter future for our students, our community, and our country,” President Abella concluded. Dr. Glenn B. Gregorio, Director of the Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), Ms. Ruby Samonte, Research Operations Manager at East-West Seed Group, and Dr. Weerapon Thongma, President of Maejo University in Thailand, presented on various topics. These included current and proposed revisions in the Philippine higher education institution curriculum, perspectives from the agriculture industry, and the agri-industry model in higher education in Thailand. Following the plenary session, an open forum was moderated by Dr. Jose DV. Camacho, Jr., Chancellor of the University of the Philippines Los Baños. During the forum, the speakers addressed questions from their peers and the participants. The congress attracted over 1,500 agriculturists from various regions of the country, as well as international guests.

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