Raise your voice – the “Tingog Estudyante Program” aims to provide a platform for CPU students to air their concerns.

Transparency and accountability—The Central Philippine University Republic held “Tingog Estudyante Program,” an open forum with the University President, Dr. Teodoro C. Robles; Vice President for Student Affairs, Rev. Joniel Howard H. Gico; Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Irving Domingo L. Rio; and CPUR officials at the Alumni Concert Promenade Park on October 8, 2018. The forum was hosted and moderated by John Michael Suelo, CPU Republic President.

Questions asked involved matters on tuition and other fees, the academic curriculum, classroom equipment, solid waste management programs, schedule, customer relations, and others.

Dr. Robles highlighted the importance of cooperation between the administration and the studentry to promote a greater CPU. He also emphasized the importance of working together to address issues regarding solid waste management: “This is something that needs cooperation from everybody. We should help each other in making sure that the campus is clean.”


University President, Dr. Teodoro C. Robles; Vice President for Student Affairs, Rev. Joniel Howard H. Gico; Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Irving Domingo L. Rio and University Accountant, Mrs. Delia Ciriaco, answers queries from students.

“Tingog Estudyante Program” is a pioneering initiative of the office of the CPUR President. According to him, the forum seeks to provide a venue for open and direct conversation between the administration, the republic, and the students.

CPU is inviting everyone to express their inquiries or concerns by personally messaging any of the social media outlets of the University:

CPU Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/CentralPhilippineUniversity.CPU/

CPU Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/cpueduph

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