The new CHED Commissioner and CTU Board of Regents Chair, Dr. Jo Mark Maribujo Libre had the supervisory visit to CTU San Francisco Campus and attended the groundbreaking ceremony of the new administration building.
He was accompanied with CHEDRO7 Regional Director Dr. Maura Consolacion D. Cristobal, University President Dr. Rosein A. Ancheta, Jr., VP for Research and Development Dr. Adrian B. Ybañez, Federation of Student Government President Mervin Albofera Turbonado and CHEDRO7 Education Supervisor Dr. Carlyn Mordeno Dela Peña.
During his speech, Commissioner Libre emphatically stressed out the significance of the students’ academic excellence imbued with the Core values of the university and that the most important stakeholders, the students, must be given priority in all aspects.
The event’s highlight, the groundbreaking ceremony, was officiated by San Francisco Parish Priest Chris John Awa,MSC and witnessed by the CTU San Francisco Campus faculty members and non-teaching force.
Commissioner Libre and other dignitaries started the campus tour at the Center for Limnological Biodiversity and Mariculture Studies Center and found it to be an impressive center for research and development of the islands.
Then, they proceeded to the aquaculture facility where the Commissioner was awed by its potent landscape to become an agri-fishery hub of the campus. They also made quick visits to nearby offices and made positive impressions.
The groundbreaking ceremony and supervisory visit marked the commencement of something greater for CTU San Francisco Campus.-Collin Garrido/ICPA San Francisco