Annex building to rise in CTU Tabuelan

Tabuelan and CTU have yet to see another academic building, following groundbreaking in November.

Not long after CTU Tabuelan inaugurated its first 6 classrooms for Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHM) and Bachelor of Computer Technology (BSComptech), the extension campus is on the roll again with an annex building to suit the growing student population.

The 3.7- million, 3-storey building for said colleges will have nine rooms, expected to meet the mandatory classroom-student ratio, once normal conduct of in-person classes is reimposed.

It was the shared value of 4th District congresswoman Janice Salimbangon and campus director Carla Abaquita on giving locals access to free higher education that prompted such an infrastructure boost more than anything else.

In his speech, Tabuelan mayor Raul Gerona said, “Dreams do come true!’ at the groundbreaking ceremony on November 19, 2020, which pointed to the fruition of such a partnership between the institution and the local government unit.

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) had contracted XLA Construction to complete the latest project. Lanny Merryl Gallarde