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Category : Students |
Sub Category : FCSC Posted on 2021-09-07 01:20:48
In his campaign to assist the CatSU students
who are most in need, and support the blended distance learning system at this
time of pandemic, SUC President Dr. Patrick Alain T. Azanza spearheaded the
call for help from the various private and public sectors in the community and
the response came pouring in. The first batch of tablets were handed over at
the University gymnasium, Monday, Sept 6, 2021.
A total of 130 tablets were on hand for
distribution to the student recipients. 115 of which were for the students at
the main campus, while 15 is set to be distributed on Wednesday, September 8,
2021 to the Panganiban Campus. The tablets were equally distributed as 15 per
college for the meantime.
The President turned over the tablets to the student
recipients and he was joined by the University key officials; Student Regent
and FCSC President, Renz Mickenly T. Tanael, Prof. Cyrus John B. Francis, OSSS
Director, Vice-President for Research, Extension and Production Affairs. Dr.
Ramon Felipe A. Sarmiento, Vice-President for Admin and Financial Affairs, Dr.
Maria Edna R. Iñigo, Legal Officer Atty, Nikko Rhey M. Santelices, and
University Registrar III, Ms Marilyn Tejada.
In his message before the students and their parents, the
president said that the donated tablets are intended to help the CatSU students
to overcome difficulties and to get better access to distance learning
resources amid the pandemic. He encouraged everyone to strive hard in their
studies despite the mode of learning challenges, as there are people who have
good hearts and are willing to extend assistance. Dr. Azanza also thanked the
Provincial Governor, Joseph Cua, Congressman Hector S. Sanchez, Sen. Kiko
Pangilinan, and all others who opted to remain as anonymous donors for the big
help extended to CatSU students.
Atty. Santelices read over the guidelines in the Contract of
Agreement, where the student recipients are to follow while the tablets are
with them solely for educational use.
Meanwhile, Student Regent Tanael said that the list of
recipients were carefully screened to ensure that the donated tablets are going
to be given to the rightful beneficiaries. The screening made through his
Team’s effort started from validating the names with the help of the Office of
Admission and Registration Services (OARS). Those students who are already TES
Grantees are no longer qualified. For those who are non-TES grantees, they were
required to secure and submit a Certificate of Indigence, a recommendation from
the SBO President, noted by the College Deans, and finally verified by the
It is noted that the Catanduanes State University is the
first SUC in the Philippines to have been able to provide free tablets to its
students, all from mere donations through impact-sourcing. #CVecilles