University President and Chancellor Br. Raymundo Suplido FSC and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Marie Therese Jochico cut the ribbon to officially open the Tatak La Salle 'Yan booth
The La Salle Choral serenades the mall-goers with classics
Students from the Institute for Culinary Arts support the opening of the academic career booth
Lasallians and onlookers alike enjoy the free food tasting by ICA which followed the ribbon cutting and blessing of the booth
Onlookers flocked to know more of the University of St. La Salle as it opened the Tatak La Salle ‘Yan academic career booth in SM City Bacolod Northwing, April 22.
The five-day academic career booth aims to provide venue for the incoming first year college students to choose the “right-fit” academic program that matches their unique interests and aptitudes.
The booth will feature performances from the Artists’ Hub, activities from Office for Student Affairs, and demonstrations from the departments of Hospitality Management and Tourism.
Freebies will also be given as prizes to winners of in-house games throughout the exhibit.
The Tatak La Salle ‘Yan is the second installment of a series of exhibits and fairs, with the first exhibit held in USLS on Feb. 21
The Tatak La Salle ‘Yan academic career booth will be re staged at Robinsons Place Bacolod On May 14-16.