The College’s new Teacher Education Building and the Peace Monument will soon rise as the key College Officials, together with Commissioner Ronald L. Adamat from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), led a Ground-Breaking Ceremony at the ASCOT Ermita Hill, July 28.

In his message, the College President, Dr. Eutiquio L. Rotaquio, Jr. said that the College is incredibly fortunate and grateful to have this structure for teacher education. He also added that it would benefit the learners to have a pleasant environment and a comfortable area where they could learn, more so than the instructors, who will experience relaxation and a breath of fresh air.

Gracing the event before the College’s 34th Commencement Exercises was CHED Commissioner Adamat. Being an advocate of peace education, the establishment of a Peace Monument in the different State Universities and Colleges under him and eventually in all SUCs around the country is one of his advocacies.

On the same day, Pres. Eutiquio and Comm. Adamat also officially declared ASCOT’s College of Law open as they also led the Ribbon-Cutting of its facilities in the General Education Building.

Present at the event also were the Vice President for Planning and Finance, Forester Michelle A. Resueño, VP for Academic Affairs, Dr. RB J. Gallego; the President of the ASCOT Alumni Association, Hon. Claret Valenzuela; Education Department Director, Rowel G. Olila; Dean of the College of Law, Atty. Racquel Dujunco; Extention and Rural Development Office Director, Dr. Ricardo G. Gonzales, Jr.; Academic Directors, faculty members, and staff from the College.