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Southville Opens the New School Year with a College General Assembly

Southville International School and Colleges recently held its College General Assembly at the Monarchs Gym.

It was announced that  the Colleges of Communication Arts, Tourism and Entrepreneurship will all be visited and upgraded to Level 1 by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission in Acceditation (PACUCOA). On the other hand, the Colleges of Education, Psychology, Information Technology, Nursing and Business Administration will be promoted to Level 2. School policies were communicated to the students, followed by the presentation of staff members of each college department for the students to meet.

Before the affair ended, the college organizations presented their AVPs so as to encourage the newbies to join their club. These organizations are the following: the SISC Tourism Society, Artists Anonymous, Junior Asian Association of School Human Resource Mangement and Development Practitioners Inc., Collegiate Mover, Junior Philippine Computer Society – SISC Chapter, Monarchs Football Club (MFC), Monarchs Dance Troupe, Peer Facilitators’ Club, Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants – SISC Chapter, Southville International Junior Marketing Association (SIJMA), Supreme Student Council, and Youth Ministry – SISC Chapter.

This assembly was done to create camara derie among old and new college students, as well as, inform the new ones of the school’s culture and what they should adhere to since they are already part of the Southville family.