Campus News

YOLANDA AID. CHED releases five-thousand peso financial assistance to students affected by the 2013 supertyphoon, but with conditions.

The deadline for the submission of documents was Wednesday, June 28, 2017, but the USSO continued to accept papers because students insisted.

LAST SIGNATURE. Graduating students sing the VSU Hymn in front of Prof. Manolo B. Loreto, Dean of Students, before he signs the clearance.

The deans weighed in on what constitutes 'academic and other requirements' in the VSU Code.

8 LIFE LESSONS. Cherrie Atilano sharing her eight life lessons to more than 600 Viscans during the Leadership and Civic Engagement Forum, held at VSU Convention Center on November 21, 2016.

AGREA Founder and CEO is coming to VSU.

Unlu-cay called the meeting to brief next year’s student leaders for the USSC General Assembly at the VSU Gymnatorium on May 9, Tuesday.

They are now part of the official roster of graduating students for June 14, 2017.

RISING & ON TOP. Therese C. Ratilla tops over 137 Latin honors this year.

Ratilla offered three things for students who want to follow her: study, social life, and chill.

HARD WORKERS. Honors' convocation speaker and former Endeavor Awardee Engr. Ramon Barbosa (3rd from left) congratulates 2017 Endeavor Awardee Mr. Elven Ebero (rightmost), as VSU President Dr. Edgardo Tulin (2nd from left) and Vice President for Instruction Dr. Beatriz Belonias join in. Photo by Aliana Gene Sarmiento/VSU Web Team.

Engr. Ramon R. Barbosa is now the Regional Manager of the Philippine Coconut Authority in the Caraga Region.

GRADUALLY WAITING? Graduating students gathered outside the VSU Administration Building past midnight, waiting for a solution to their clearance problem.

The students, however, insisted they made it to the 12 midnight cutoff

PULSE. If the students will have it their way, the Presidents-elect of CME, CAFS, or COE will get the most votes for USSC President.

Among the frontrunners, only Deluza has signified a clear interest to run.

MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT. Responders keep watch of the victim as the VSU ambulance arrives. Photo by Jed Cortes/Amaranth

Despite rumors of his death after he figured in a motorcycle accident a few weeks ago, mechanical engineering major Von Jeric Basa is now back in campus, even attending classes.