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MLQU graduates urged: Be the game changers of the future

Graduates of the Manuel Luis Quezon University (MLQU) have been urged to become the catalyst of change and visionaries of the future. The challenge was made by MLQU president Isagani G. Germar at the recently held 69th commencement exercises held at the school grounds.

Former Vice President Noli de Castro, who delivered the commencement address, and Rep. and former Speaker Feliciano “Sonny” Belmonte graced the occasion.

In his remarks, Germar said the university’s new graduates from all academic programs will now form part of the rich manpower resource of the nation “whose years of hard work and dedication to their studies have prepared them to become young achievers and to be the best version of themselves.”

“These graduates are expected to banner MLQU’s ethos in making positive impacts in our society. They are tasked to be the catalyst of change assuming the roles of future enablers and leaders. They are the keys to making the impossible and the unbelievable to become realities of life; to triumph in every endeavor and phases of their lives, never doubters but believers of themselves,” Germar added.

MLQU, which is now owned by New San Jose Builders, Inc. (NSJBI), is in the forefront of producing the nation’s future leaders by providing its students with the latest advances in education methodology and state of the art facilities. These will enable all its graduates to cope not only with global changes but in becoming the future game changers and influencers of a global society.

MLQU’s roster of faculty members and deans include, among others, former Supreme Court Chief Justice Reynato Puno, Regent and Dean Emeritus College of Law; former Supreme Court Associate Justice Jose Perez, Dean of the School of Law; Professor Eric Soriano, Dean of the School of Accountancy, Business and Real Estate Management; and DPWH Undersecretary Raul Asis and former UP Dean of Architecture Danilo Sylvester as  special lecturers.

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