The new set of our Aurora State College of Technology’s (ASCOT) Supreme College Student Council (SCSC) led by the newly-elected SCSC President, Ms. Kristine Rose B. Corales, took their oath during the student organization’s Oath-taking and Turnover Ceremony held at the Accreditation Hall, General Education Building, December 14.
Having the main goal to serve the College’s student body by implementing programs, projects, activities, and other initiatives that will benefit the students of ASCOT that will largely contribute to the betterment of the whole College, the new set of SCSC Officers for the School Year 2021-2022 are the following:
PRESIDENT: Kristine Rose Corrales
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT: Christian Frey Tangson
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY: Justin Jade Leones
EXECUTIVE FINANCE SECRETARY: Eden Hapal
FISHERY EXECUTIVE AUDITOR: Jennifer Nalupa
ZABALI CAMPUS VICE PRESIDENT: John Robert Naveros
Maria Sierra Danay
Honey Chu Banania
Danica Jane Macabinguil
Jhulia Marie Reyes
BAZAL CAMPUS VICE PRESIDENT: Mel Agoy
CASIGURAN CAMPUS VICE PRESIDENT: Vanessa Alanis C. Villar
Eden Grace Soridor
Clariz Mae Soridor
One of the ceremony’s highlights is the “Fast Talk” portion, wherein Ms. Corales answered questions gathered by The Voice of the Sierra (TVOTS) from ASCOT students regarding their plans, programs, and other concerns for the College’s student body.
The SCSC Adviser for this School Year’s batch of the student organization is Mrs. Riosahlie Y. Madrid, DVM, the College’s External Affairs Director and an Instructor from ASCOT Bazal Campus.
Photo Courtesy: The Voice of the Sierra Facebook Page