The UCU-Commission on Elections man this year’s Student Council elections.
Junard C. Beltran, Chairman, chairs the online elections, together with, Mark Kenneth C. Manansala, Vice Chairman; and Sidjay A. Paulino, Secretary.
The election follows a two-party system. For this year, Supreme Partylist and independent candidates raise their advocacies for the betterment of the student body.
SC presidential aspirants, Jediah Mae Usana (SUPREME Party) from the College of Criminal Justice Education and Mr. Jayson Tabal (Independent) from the College of Teacher Education, vie to lead the student body in the present academic year.
Usana seeks her presidential bid after winning the vice presidency last academic year. Her party consists of the following student leaders: Mark Angelo Maramag (Vice President) - College of Engineering and Architecture; Mariele Manlongat (Secretary) - College of Health Sciences; Gandia John Isiah (Treasurer) - College of Teacher Education; Jon Bon Scottie Bautista (Auditor) - College of Health Sciences; and Kurt Steven Vinluan (Press Relation Officer) - College of Teacher Education.
Supreme Party’s college representatives are as follows: Rainer Castañeda - College of Pharmacy; King Victor Ramos - College of Hospitality and Tourism Management; Jeremy Singh - College of Criminal Justice Education; Alexine Juliana Ocampo - College of Health Sciences; Zea Louisse Pedeglorio College of Engineering and Architecture; Ma. Jozel Godoy - College of Teacher Education; Alyssa Faith Serafica - College of Human Sciences; and Nika Angelu Redulfin - College of Business Management and Accountancy.
Meanwhile, Tabal, former governor of the English Club, runs along six independent candidates, who are all competing for the position of college representatives, namely: Blezie Grace Ochua - College of Pharmacy; Shekina Jiren Puzon - College of Hospitality and Tourism Management; Marck Joven Calderon - College of Hospitality and Tourism Management; Marjay Angelo Magno - College of Arts and Sciences; Mark Leo Javier - College of Teacher Education; and Patricia Nicole Venturina - College of Information and Technology Education.
Voting opened yesterday, November 22 at exactly 8:00 a.m. and will end on November 25 at 12:00 noon. Proclamation of winners will be announced in the afternoon of 25th. Oath taking will take place on December 3, 2021.
To vote, follow the three easy steps in the UCU Portal.
As of 12:33nn today, 5,390 (34.81%) out of 15,482 students cast their votes.