President Abella is joined in photo by the faculty of the College of Education
A three-storey building for the College of Education (CEd) amounting to P75 million will soon rise on campus as the university held its groundbreaking ceremony last January 29.
With funding from the university Capital Outlay, the state-of-the-art building will house eight classrooms, ICT room, training room, faculty room, amphitheater, music studios and common areas.
The groundbreaking program was led by Dr. Teresa A. Abelia, CLSU president; and Dr. Regidor G. Gaboy, CEd dean, who were joined by CEd faculty members.
"The designer of the building has considered minimal consumption of energy by applying the green building concept. It is also designed to blend structures in the university, and as stated in the Land Use Framework Plan", Dr Gaboy said.
Dr. Gaboy also emphasized that the construction of the building is the realization of CEd's dream to accommodate the growing population of the college, as well as a fulfillment of the promise of the University Administration to provide our students the best learning environment.
The building is expected to be completed not later than one year and six months after the groundbreaking rites.
"The CEd faculty and students are more than happy and excited to see the completion of our building and we all vow to put it and its every facility to best use", Dr. Gaboy also said.