Acting University President Atty. Dar A. Diga rooted among awardees to instill the university’s values during his virtual address at the Recognition Day, November 15, 2021.
“Your new journey starts today and we trust you to continue upholding what your alma mater expects you to be,” stated Diga before the 62 hopeful awardees.
Jefferson G. Aromas, University Student Service awardee, encouraged his fellow awardees and graduating students to have a hopeful reflection despite the demands and limitations of these trying times.
“Failures are like little bumps on the road, and what keeps us going is the thought that all will end well,” shared Aromas during his response from the awardees.
With the theme, “IRAGUP: Elevating Perspectives in Strengthening Solidarity,” both awardees and graduating students are enjoined to actualize an elevated perspective by working with compassion and camaraderie to achieve a common goal for the benefit of one another.
Urdaneta City University celebrates the momentous event, proud and glad of its awardees, as they successfully conquered the new normal of education brought by the pandemic with dedication and commitment.
“I would like to congratulate you for conquering the limitations, adjustments, and setbacks of your changing educational landscape. Your indomitable UCU spirit has driven you to persevere and flourish to become the person you are today,” remarked Dr. Nhorly U. Domenden, Director of the Center for Student Leadership and Development.