Three Salettinian Graduates are TOSP Regional Finalists

Posted by: Willy Gamiz Jr., 2015-05-20

                After accomplishing the nomination forms that includes their personal data, academic performance and achievements, character and value profile and leadership and social abilities, three Salettinian grads make it to the Regional Finalists of Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP). Kevin Dulay, BS Information Technology, Michael Magaoay, BS Civil Engineering and Princess Samaniego, BS Business Administration along with 19 more finalists were chosen to be Region II’s finalists for the National Search.

                Honed in their leadership, spiritual, community service and academic aspects, they were titled to represent the university in the annual search. As in the preceding years, University of La Salette consistently produces Regional and even National Finalists in the said search.

                The search for outstanding students of the Philippines is an annual recognition of college graduates who have not just excelled academically, but have also dedication in sharing their talents and leadership abilities. The said search is funded by the RFM Corporation in collaboration with the Commission on Higher Education, Philippine Long Distance Company, National Bookstore and the TOSP Alumni Community. 

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