9 Special awardees, 66 scholarship grantees among mid-year graduates
Author: PAO (from CLSU Newsletter February 2017 Issue) | Date Published: 02/09/2017 09:07:08 am

The university yields a total of 444 mid-year graduates from the undergraduate and graduate levels who will march for their diplomas on February 10.

Of this total, nine are recipients of special awards, and 66 take pride in having finished their degrees as grantees of various scholarship programs.

The special awardees are: Athletic Award - Rosely-Ana V. Agdeppa, AB Social Science; and Jonard F. Cabading, BS Fisheries;

Cultural Award - Kathlyn Joyce B. Duldulao, BS Textile and Garment Technology; and Imee M. Dumale, BS Education;

Best Thesis Award - Rayniel Joshua DG. Aquino, BS Biology;

Loyalty Award - Emily A. Soriano, Ph.D. in Rural Development; Joy I. Mendoza, MS Education; Sarvil Joy V. Sarmiento, and Jojee Joiyce V.Valderama, BS Agriculture. They were awarded medals during the Tea Party and Recognition Program held last February 8.

The scholars (undergraduate level), on the other hand, are either grantees of (CLSU) Institutional Scholarship Programs or Government/Private Scholarships.

The institutional scholars is broken down into: athletes - 13; children of faculty and staff - 3; children of barangay official - 1; members of cultural groups - 3; and University Band members - 2.

The recipients of government/private scholarship programs are broken down as follows: Commission on Higher Education - Tulong Dunong - 14; Expanded Students‘ Grants-in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGP-PA) - 17; Science City of Muñoz Local Government - 9.

In the graduate level, three are government/private scholars sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology - Accelerated Science and Technology Human Resource Development (DOST-ASTHRDP) - 1; DOST- ASTHRDP - National Science Consortium - 1; and DOST-Science Education Institute-ASTHRDP - 2.

Meanwhile, the breakdown of mid-year graduates (Summer 2016 and 1st Semester 2016-2017) by College is broken down as follows: College of Agriculture - 123; College of Arts and Sciences - 69; College of Business Administration and Accountancy - 39; College of Education - 69; College of Engineering - 75; College of Fisheries - 7; College of Home Science and Industry - 35; College of Veterinary Science and Medicine - 21; and Open University - 10.

- Posted by PMO