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Dr. Ganiera visits CVSC Maragusan, meets mayor Vendiola
Posted by Glenn Bolaño on July 15, 2016 10:12 am
Compostela Valley State College (CVSC) president Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera conducted an official visit to inspect the newly constructed classrooms and facilities of CVSC-Maragusan campus and also appeared for a courtesy call to the municipality’s mayor, Hon. Maricel C. Vendiola today.
The president’s visit, which came at the heels of attending the said campus’ acquaintance party the night before, included checking of the recently completed edifice after the available rooms for classes and offices grew from a measly five rooms to 21, 16 classrooms (12 are already being used while four are ready for inspection) and five are utilized as offices.
Dr. Ganiera also conferred with the faculty and staff, led by Campus Director Grace Tulang, about the state of the said academic institution, its infrastructures, as well as the services available to the students and teaching and non-teaching personnel.
MEETING THE MAYOR
Together with the official entourage headed by Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Roque N. Langco and campus directors Jonell Palanas (Monetivista), Dr. Robert M. Gomez (New Bataan), and Mrs. Tulang (Maragusan), Pres. Ganiera concluded her visit when she met, for the first time, with Maragusan mayor Hon. “Ate Maris” C. Vendiola at the latter’s office.
Mayor Vendiola welcomed the president and, unlike the typical head of a municipality, surprisingly showed her great knowledge and hand-on approach about the status of the college and even bared that she is aware of all the grievances and complaints of the students about the condition of CVSC-Maragusan.
Meanwhile, the two leaders also shared their visions for the continued development of the state college and affirmed their support for one another, hoping that they can help mold graduates who can be beneficial both for their individual families and for the community.