CLSU launches Student Information Drive Task Force (SIDTF)

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On August 24, 2021, the Student Information Drive Task Force (SIDTF) was launched, virtually. It was organized by the Office of Student Affairs and the University Gender and Development Office headed by Dr. Irene G. Bustos and Prof. Janet O. Saturno. More than 300 participants attended the launching program including the CLSU Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Renato G. Reyes, Deans, Department Heads, Guidance Services Unit of OSA, Guidance Coordinators, University Supreme Student Council, SO Presidents, College Councils, CLSU Collegian, Records in Charge, GAD Focal Point System, Accounting Section, CLSU faculty members, staff, and students.

The Deans and Heads of different offices of the university were invited to serve as resource speakers for the launching program. They are as follows: Dr. Anna Maria Lourdes S. Latonio of the CLSU Testing and Evaluation Center; Dr. Cesar V. Ortinero, Dean of the Office of Admissions; Prof. Janet O. Saturno, Director of UGADO; Mr. Aijhon Santos, USSC Chairperson; Dr. Nuelah SJ Reyes of the University Library; and Mr. John Mark Tangonan, in-chrage of Student Services of the Accounting Office. They discussed the services and programs they offer to the students.

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