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Education milestone in Laguna

Education milestone in Laguna

Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU) takes its first foray to the south with the groundbreaking of a sixth campus set to rise in Santa Rosa, Laguna. The new campus is set on a  four-hectare property in Macabling, and will initially house a five-story building for holistic student learning. Like in OLFU’s other locations, the Laguna campus will offer business courses together with the university’s healthcare programs to meet the demands of the Santa Rosa community. The Laguna campus adds to Our Lady of Fatima University’s roster of educational institutions in Valenzuela City, Quezon City, Antipolo City, City of San Fernando (Pampanga), and Cabanatuan City (Nueva Ecija). The university offers several courses including Hotel and Restaurant Management, information technology, accounting, education, civil engineering, criminology, psychology, and maritime education, as well as healthcare programs, namely medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, medical laboratory science, and dentistry. At the groundbreaking were (from left): Yvonne S. Guevara, chairman of the board of trustees; Enrico O. Santos, member of the board of trustees; Don August O. Santos, executive vice president and chief financial officer; Fr. Lito Caliwag, university chaplain; Dr. Caroline Marian S. Enriquez, university president; Dr. Mylene S. Abad Santos, vice president for student Affairs; and Robert Bjorn O. Santos, alumni affairs director.

Topics: Our Lady of Fatima University , healthcare programs , Enrico O. Santos
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