THE Capitol University Alumni Association (CUAA) recently awarded ten of its outstanding alumni during the 40th homecoming of the University:

  • For serving as role model of the “Total Person” that Capitol University envisions to develop
  • Who shall serve as the catalysts for social transformation
  • Sacrificing personal gains in the service for others
  • Walking the extra mile to attain the best results
  • Showing compassion to the less fortunate
  • Advocating justice for the oppressed; and
  • Implementing creative innovative means to make life better for all.

The CUAA led by its President, Mr. Samuel Macabinlar, presented the Madame Laureana S. Rosales outstanding alumni award to five campus-based individuals and another five off-campus (not working or connected with CU) alumni.

The following are the awardees with their respective profiles:

  • MRS. LOUISE DONNA DELA PEñA She has been a CCC celebrated excellent student since High School when she graduated Valedictorian. In college, from first to fourth year, she was consistently awarded the Student of the Year Award. She is now the Cagayan de Oro City Branch Manager of the Philippine Army Finance Center Producers Integrated Cooperative.
  • MRS. MARIVIC YAMIT TABASAN With her BSN degree at Capitol University in 1998, she has emerged as a dynamic, innovative entrepreneur for ten years reflecting the achievements of an educator, and coach-mentor. She is now the General Manager/ Review Director of three branches of Peak Review Center.
  • DR. ANTHONY MAKINAO PENASO His expertise shines brightly in the academe: Proficient Educational Attainment, Accreditor under AACCUP or Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities, Inc., recipient of several International Study Scholarships and Grants, Examiner, Evaluator, and Researcher. He worked on highly recognized researches such as the Promotion of Area-Based Development Project for Bukidnon Settlements, Adoption of Integrated Vegetable-Agroforestry System Among Smallholder Upland Farmers in the Philippines.
  • POLICE SENIOR INSPECTOR RITCHIE A. SALVA From being a consistent Student of the Year Awardee when he was taking up Bachelor of Science in Criminology at Capitol University, he emerged to be a multi- be medaled Police Officer. As officer-in-charge of the Catarman Police Station, he is fully recognized for his sterling quality of service and dedication to duty particularly on the campaign against wanted persons, illegal gambling, illegal drugs and other criminalities in the Province of Camiguin.
  • MR. LEO A. PANGAN Personal goals can be achieved through hard work, determination, and loyalty. He is the epitome of that creed. He acquired his baccalaureate degree as a security working scholar in the University. His exemplary sense of responsibility made him the administration’s most trusted person to take care of the entire University’s physical plant as Maintenance, Head Security and Environmental Officer.
  • MR. CELSO D. MAGTRAYO Length of service often speaks of a person’s life’s choices. Having spent 35 years of his life in CU, he hasn’t wavered in his level of energy and determination to serve up to this day, and to share his wisdom with the students as Professor in English and moderators for the Capitol Chronicle and the CU Central Student Government.
  • MR. RITCHIE ARANETA ASIBAL In Capitol University, he is one of the home-grown talents whom we are proud of. After his graduation in BSED English, his talent in singing made him musical director of the CU Glee Club, Best Conductor, Busan International Choral Competition, and GMA Presidential Award for Music. And now, the CU Glee Club is globally competitive because of his tutelage.
  • DR. VINCENT LAYUG SALAS His achievements span the fields of Mechanical Engineering, Human Resource Management, Academic Administration, Quality Management System and as a private Education Accreditation Authority.
  • DR. LUVISMIN SY AVES Her dedication to her work in the academe contributed a great deal to the accreditors’ affirmative evaluation of Capitol University including the granting of its University Deregulated Status.
  • MR. CLIFFORD JOSE G.ROA From working through college as a working student to earn the degree of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy at Capitol University in 2002, he is now serving the community as: Branch Manager of Cooperative Bank of Misamis Oriental – Iligan Branch, Director for the Philippine Red Cross -Cagayan de Oro – Misamis Oriental Chapter, Rotary District Information and Communications Technology Chairman; Resource person and speaker for trainings, seminar, and forum.
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