State-of-the-Art Facilities and Design Boost Environment for Education

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State-of-the-Art Facilities and Design Boost Environment for Education


National University recently celebrated its 109th Foundation Day with the inauguration of its new eight-story building, a milestone in the school’s long history of providing academic excellence for Filipinos. The event also coincided with its Alumni Homecoming and the 365 days countdown for the 110th founding anniversary in 2010.SM Founder and Chairman Henry Sy, Sr. led the unveiling of the marker for the new building. National U officials Chairman Emeritus Pacita Jhocson Ocampo, Chairman Hans Sy, President and CEO Teodoro J. Ocampo, Alumni Foundation President Governor Rafael P. Nantes, and Manila Bishop Bernardino Cortes joined him.National U also held its alumni homecoming making the event a historic occasion. National U Alumni Foundation, Inc. President Governor Nantes led the celebration which had the theme “Balik Tanaw . . . Tuloy, Tuloy Nationalian.” Former President Fidel V. Ramos, an alumnus from the College of Engineering, graced the occasion.The new building, which started construction in October 2008 and was completed June 1, 2009, has a neo classical design and a total area of 13,700 sqm. It houses the Colleges of Hotel and Restaurant Management, Computer Studies, and Nursing.It includes 48 fully air-conditioned classrooms (16 in each floor), kitchen laboratories, facilities for modern nursing skills, a lab and mini hospital, computer rooms, plus student facilities like a cafeteria, a multi purpose student area, and Wi-Fi zones.The ground floor has two escalators, making National U the only school in the country with these facilities, and four elevators. The second floor is the reception area where the monument of the school’s founder, Don Mariano Fortunato Jhocson, is displayed. …

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