To present the accomplishments, reports, and student-leaders testimonies for the past academic year, the student organizations, both departmental and advocacy-based, of the Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT) participated in the 1st Student Exit Program held at the Research and Extension Building, June 27-28.

Aside from the presentations of the organizations’ accomplishments, resource speakers also discussed various topics to further develop the leadership skills of the participants. Pastor Randolf Estrañero of Glorious Church Dipaculao, Aurora discussed about Spiritual Empowerment, Dr. Alma Bayudan, one of the College’s Guidance Counselor talked about Mental Health, and Mrs. Chrystal Faye Salazar, the College’s Budget Officer discussed about Finacial Literacy.

The said activity was the Phase II of their CAMPadayon organized by the College’s main student organization, the Supreme College Student Council (SCSC), led by their President, Ms. Kristine Rose B. Corrales.