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LC holds Club Campaign for SY 2017-2018


Lourdes College held its annual Club Campaign last June 28, 3017 at the school’s Auditorium. The college students had their campaign in the morning while the Senior High School in the afternoon.

Lourdes College believes in the value of student activities in the educational process. Thus, students are exposed to a variety of activities designed to meet their interests and needs. Each student is encouraged to participate in these activities to enhance academic learning and to develop herself/himself through interaction with other students, faculty, and administration (Student Handbook, P. 80).

College Level
College students are required to participate a club/organization to help them be formed in their co-curricular

The college students held their campaign with 20 participating clubs and organizations. Among the clubs who participated where: Association of Computer Enthusiasts (ACE), Blue Sash, COSAA/Athletics, Eco-Philic, English Language Aficianado/SAMASKOM, Entrepreneurs’ Club (JFINNEX & JMA), SAFILKO (Filipino Club), Hoteliers and Restaurateurs’ Club, Hygeian’s Club, Junior Nutrition and Dietetics Association of the Philippines (Jr. NDAP), Junior Public Institute of Accountants (JPIA), Junior Social Workers Association of the Philippines (JSWAP), LC Chorale, Likhang Galaw, Mother Ignacia Club, Philippine Nurses Student Association (PNSA), Psych-Circle Club/Peer Facilitators Club, Red Cross Youth (RCY), Society of Library and Information Specialists (SLIS).

The event was made successful with the Lourdes College Student Government spearheading it.

Senior High School
With the aim of letting the students get connected with other members of the community who shares the interest as they had, the Senior High Schools held their club campaign in the afternoon of June 28, 2017.

Each student is required to join a club that would help them be developed through their extra-curricular activities.

The Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Revina O. Mendoza, shared during her opening remarks that through clubbing, one can gain leadership, can improve students’ attendance, help them in their academic achievement and aspirations, and generally get involved in the campus.

Fifteen clubs and organizations creatively presented their objectives and their possible activities during the campaign. These clubs and organizations were: Eureka (Math Club), Olympians Zone (Sports Club), Youth Harmony (Music), Kabataan sa Kultura at Kasaysayan (History and Culture), E- Stocks Club (Business Club), Earth Explorers (Science Club), Mother Ignacia Club, The Debaters, Infotech Club (Computer Club), Estetika (Dance Troupe), Blue Sash (School Publication), SAKAFIL (Filipino Club), The Show Stoppers (Theater Arts), Lifeline Youth Volunteers, and Peer Facilitators’ Club.

I feel excited about the coming activities that our club will be doing. More so, I am looking forward to building a friendship with our new members and renewing my commitment to the club’s activities”, expressed by Hazel S. Manuat, a Mother Ignacia Club Member. (Jayryvie Fuentes & Zurex Anolecrab- Blue Sash)

Scenes during the Club Campaign

Scenes during the Club Campaign


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