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Freshies attend orientation, kickstart AY with Angelite Walk, Student Activity Fest

The incoming first-year students of the School of Business and Accountancy (SBA) embarked on the Angelite Walk, Freshmen Orientation, and Student Activity Festival yesterday, June 21, at the Immaculate Heart (IH) Gymnasium.  


University Chaplain Rev. Fr. Mark Anthony Torrecarion led the program invocation while Mr. Leopoldo Jaime M. Valdes, the OIC President, delivered his welcome message. 


The program orientation covered topics discussing the student handbook. 


Meanwhile, the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) and the Marketing Department compiled audio-visual presentations introducing the school, its learning management systems, and other programs and services offered by the university.


Shortly after the program proper, the College Student Council – SBA (CSC-SBA) led the students to the Peter G. Nepomuceno (PGN) building for the Student Activity Festival.


The four SBA student institutions—CSC-SBA, Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants and Auditors-United (JPIAA-U), Management Society (ManSoc), and The Enterprise—welcomed the first-year dolphins to their respective booths and games.


In an interview with the incoming Bachelor of Science (BS) in Accountancy students, they expressed their respective expectations in their chosen program.


“Given [that we’re Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM) students] before, [we’re actually expecting to experience difficulty in our chosen program],” a BSA student said.


A freshman also elaborated on their familiarity with the topics of the courses, which aligned with their academic strand in Senior High School (SHS).


“[We’re also expecting that we will be challenged since college is very different compared to senior high school],” she stated.


Meanwhile, some freshmen noted their expectations, looking forward to having a fun community that encourages growth.


Incorporating the theme: “Exploring HAUniverse”, Holy Angel University – University Student Council (HAU-USC) initiated these activities by assembling the eight departments into morning and afternoon batches.


The morning schedule included the College of Criminal Justice Education and Forensics (CCJEF), School of Engineering and Architecture (SEA), School of Education (SEd), and School of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences (SNAMS).


For the afternoon, SBA joined the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS), School of Hospitality and Tourism Management (SHTM), and School of Computing (SOC).

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