2014 GENERAL ORIENTATION HELD FOR CRIMINOLOGY STUDENTS

August 9, 2014

The student body of the College of Criminal Justice held its one-day General Orientation for freshmen, shiftees, transferees, and old students on July 21, 2014, at the AVR 3.

During the orientation, the participants were welcomed to the academic community and talks on the university’s organization structure, basic services, student manual’s provisions, and student activities were delivered. Atty. Erwin B. Bucio, dean of the College, emphasized in his talk the core values of the College – discipline, leadership, and excellence. Speakers during the orientation included Lemuel C. Edrolin, chairman; Mirriam Y. Ajoc, SBO adviser; and John Vincent Macabangon, 2014 alumnus of the College. Demonstrations and exercises jazzed up the activity.

The general orientation of the College is held every first semester of the school year.