April 23, 2013 Baccalaureate Service & Commencement Excercises

Succeeding at its three-fold objective academic excellence, social relevance, and spiritual nurture, Aldersgate College sent 269 graduates into the real world during the Commencement Exercises last April 23 at the CAP Building, Maharlika Highway Solano, Nueva Vizcaya with Mr. Howard Vincent Savage, a consultant of International Hotel and Management as the Guest Speaker.

AC commended 116 graduates in the Graduate School (GS), six in the College of Engineering and Technology (CET), 14 in the College of Arts, Sciences and Education (CASE), 43 in the School of Business and Accountancy (SBA), 49 in the School of Informatics and Hospitality Management (SIHM), 16 in the School of Criminology (SC), and 25 in the School of Medical Sciences (SMS).

Awardees were cited during the said commencement exercises. Best Thesis Award was granted to Criselda S. Estrada and Rosemary Ann C. Tabangcura of the GS, Dean’s Medal for Academic Excellence was bestowed to Jmer B. Luna and Lemuel C. Sanchez from the SIHM, Curricular Achievement Award was granted to Angelica B. Cacacho of the SIHM, Henier N. Dueñas of the SBA.

Loyalty Medals were awarded to Nhere Joy Andal, Jearby Nell A. Balagan, Mary Grace M. Bicad, Celestine Althea C. Delfin, Norie A. Leabres, Jmer B. Luna and Lorraine Marie P. Rodriguez.

Mrs. Debora B. Sampaga, a professor of the Graduate School and College of Arts Sciences and Education at the same time director of Center for International Education of the institution bagged the Most Outstanding Teacher Award with a cash gift of Ten Thousand Pesos and a Plaque of Recognition from Dr. Junifen F. Gauuan and sisters as sponsors.

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