CIT Holds 14th Mark of Respect

The College of Information Technology held its 14th Mark of Respect at the Instructional Media Center and its Seniors’ Night at the St. Augustine Hall’s Foyer Area, March 15. “Mark of Respect” opened with the Tribute to the Administrators and the College Personnel. Fr. Jorge Peligro, OAR gave the message from the Administrators while Dr. Angelus Diamante gave the message of the alumni association. Dean Elmer Haro also gave his message and the faculty response was done by Ms. Mehreen Dolendo, MSCS. The second part was Tribute to the BSIT, BSIS, and BSCS batch 2014. It opened with the memoirs of batch 2014. Several students were awarded: Service and Industry; Programming Proficiency; Academic distinction; best in network design; best in Information Technology Capstone project; best Information Systems project paper; best Computer Science Thesis; outstanding technical consultants; Sportswomen of the year; campus journalism special award for industry relations; special service award; leadership award; academic excellence; and programmers of the year. Also the key of responsibility was turned over from Romeo Seva, Jr. to Danielle Alipo-on. The third part was Tribute to the parents. Tokens were given to the students’ parents and Mrs. Virginia Mugar, MSLS gave the response from the parents. Mr. Rogy Acosta, MSCS closed the program with his Closing Remarks.

The program for Seniors Night started at 7 pm.