MSEUF honors architect topnotcher; gives P90K incentive

MSEUF honors architect topnotcher; gives P90K incentive

The College of Architecture and Fine Arts (CAFA) of Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation (MSEUF) held a motorcade and a testimonial luncheon, Feb. 16, to honor Ar. Jearlene D. Lipa, top 2 in the recent licensure examination for architects, and 13 other Envergans who passed the January 2024 licensure examination.

The MSEUF management awarded Ar. Lipa a 90,000-peso incentive for making history as the first-ever topnotcher from the Architecture program of Enverga University. Ar. Lipa shared her gratitude to the University in the speech she delivered in the program held after the motorcade across the City of Lucena and nearby Tayabas City and other municipalities.

“Thank you so much po sa lahat ng nag-effort po para sa pag-prepare nitong ating event. Nagpapasalamat po ako sa aking magulang na sobra po ang pagsuporta sa akin. I am truly honored po to be standing here today to receive this recognition from our University,” Ar. Lipa stated.

“Time, hard work, giving one’s best, and strong faith led us to this achievement,” Ar. Lipa also shared.
Aside from Ar. Lipa, other 13 Envergans also passed the Archiecture boards where they also received 2,000 pesos incentive for first takers and 1,000 pesos for retakers. 

Senior Vice President and Vice President for Academics and Research Dr. Benilda N. Villenas joined the Dean of CAFA, Ar. Jennifer Sanchez in the significant event.

Vice President for Administration Dario Opistan, Vice President for Finance Carlito Rodriguez, and Vice Preisdent for External Relations handed the certificates and incentives to the newly licensed architects. 

Deans and directors from academic departments and support offices of the University also attended the historic celebration.

This event aligns with several Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including:

  • Quality Education (SDG 4): By providing incentives and recognition to top-performing students like Ar. Lipa and supporting their academic pursuits, MSEUF promotes a culture of excellence and quality education within its academic community.
  • Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG 8): The financial incentives provided to successful examinees demonstrate MSEUF's commitment to supporting the professional growth and development of its graduates, contributing to economic empowerment and opportunities for career advancement.
  • Reduced Inequalities (SDG 10): By recognizing the achievements of Ar. Lipa and other successful examinees, MSEUF promotes inclusivity and reduces inequalities by celebrating the accomplishments of individuals from diverse backgrounds and providing support to ensure equal opportunities for success.
  • Partnerships for the Goals (SDG 17): The collaboration between MSEUF management, academic departments, and support offices in organizing and executing this event highlights the importance of partnerships and collaboration in achieving common goals and fostering a supportive and conducive learning environment.