Federated alumni group gives monetary aid to 16 students
The MMSU Federated Alumni Association awarded financial assistance to 16 graduating students from the various colleges and elementary and high school departments of the university in a ceremony held at the CTE Social Hall in July.
The MMSU Federated Alumni Association awarded financial assistance to 16 graduating students from the various colleges and elementary and high school departments of the university in a ceremony held at the CTE Social Hall in July. Each was given P4,000.
The ceremony was graced by MMSU Federated Alumni Association president Bismark Angelo A. Quidang and Alumni Relations chief Doreen D. Domingo.Of the 16 recipients, 9 were college students; 5, high school; and 2, elementary.
The monetary incentive is part of the Alumni Financial Assistance Program of the federation which aims to support underprivileged graduates who are about to take their board examination or conduct action research, thesis, or entrepreneurial activity; and high school and elementary graduating students who will pursue higher levels of education next year.
The college students were: Franklin R. Apostol (BS Computer Engineering), Ferizel M. Jose (BS Chemical Engineering), Jerome Y. Ragonjan (BS Fisheries), Rizza C. Barrete (BS Entrepreneurship), Divine Joyce E. Pedro (BS Entrepreneurship), Leo R. Aceret (BS Pharmacy), Crizel Marie F. Ugalino (BS Pharmacy), Jovelson S. Ramoran (B Elementary Education), and Jennifer V. Navarrete (B Elementary Education). On the other hand, the high school students were Francis A. Root, Sesha Neheru B. Dumbrique, Rodney B. Cristobal, Julie Mar A. Agsunod, and Ian Jay B. Bernabe of the Laboratory High School. Moreover, the graduating elementary pupils were May Rose T. Maguigad and Ryan Paul Q. Pablo.
Federation officers, coordinators, and chapter officers were present to witness the awarding ceremony.