Annual Kick-off Celebration Urges Freshmen, transferees to grow with RSOs
Posted: August 23, 2019
(Photos courtesy of Tribe of Entertainment and Media Computing and Multimedia Arts Students)
Join, be active, and grow with Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs).
This was the message of Senior Director for Academic Services Dr. May Rose Imperial to the thousands of freshmen and transferees who attended the Kick-Off Celebration at the FEU Auditorium.
Kick Off is an annual event wherein new students are officially welcomed into the iTamaraw community.
Dr. Imperial led the welcome party with a heart-warming message of encouragement for the new breed of iTamaraws as she encouraged them to make their college life more meaningful by becoming active members of the organizations.
“Use this as a chance for you to grow, make new friends, and develop your skills, because these organizations will help you develop your abilities.”
She also challenged student leaders to make their members’ stay in the organization worthwhile.
“Let me take this opportunity to challenge the officers of our RSOs to provide innovative programs and activities to our promising freshmen so that they will have a productive journey with us while accomplishing their respective degrees.”
The freshies were given an idea of what activities they could be involved in through Audio-Visual Presentations (AVPs) produced by the RSOs.
Students can know more about the organization by visiting their booths at the Student Plaza until August 31, 2019
(The RSOs are Artist Connection, Association of Civil Engineering Students, Association for Computing Machinery, Alliance of Information Technology Students, Computer Engineering Organization, FEU Tech College Y-Club, Electronics Engineering Students’ Society, Electrical Engineering Students’ Association, The Innovator, Junior Philippine Computer Society, Mechanical Engineering Chain of Societies, Math and Science Technokrats, Recreation and Athletics Club, Tribe of Entertainment and Media Computing and Multimedia Arts Students, Youth for Christ, and Student Coordinating Council.)