Voters next year may be casting their ballots to the tune of a new set of rules, as COMELEC prepares to revise the Election Code this year in light of complaints regarding the recent General Elections.
In anticipation of the continuous increase in the student population, the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) tells of the possible return of the Bachelor of Arts in General Studies (AB-GEN) program in AY 2015-2016.
Gone are the days of University Student Government President-elect Carlo Inocencio rounding up his yellow-clad posse to prod the electorate to vote derecho.
It is going to be a full house next academic year – the Office of Admissions and Scholarships (OAS) verified that roughly 5,000 students have confirmed enrollment at DLSU, as of press time.
Next academic year, DLSU is set to enhance several of its security measures to account for the high-risk security cases that surfaced within and right outside the University recently.
Meet your new leaders — not as a result of a snap General Elections, but the University’s pilot batch of trainees for a new leadership training program, the Lasallian University-wide Preparatory Extensive Training (LUPET).
Two prominent Filipino-Chinese tycoons are vying for two-thirds plus one shares in the planned initial public offering of DLSU. John Gokongwei Jr.’s JG Summit Holdings Incorporated and Henry Sy Sr.’s SM Investments Corporation are the two leading entities eyeing majority stake in the University.
The Board of Trustees (BOT) has declared that the University will be going public – interested parties, organizations and individuals will soon be able to have a direct stake in the University as its very first shareholders.