ASSO Conducts First General Assembly

The SorSU-CC Animal Science Students Organization (ASSO) organized its first General Assembly (GA) on April 23, 2024 at the Farmers Training Center, SorSU-Castilla Campus. It was participated by BS Agriculture, major in Animal Science students to showcase transparency and students’ engagement.

The meeting started with an invocation followed by an opening message by Dr. Rose Anne Cleotilde I. Sambo, the ASSO adviser. She acknowledged the presence of student representatives and encouraged them to be active members of ASSO. She also commended the active participation and commitment of ASSO officers and working committees.

The agenda were comprehensive, encompassing a thorough review of ASSO’s Constitution and By-laws (CBL), President and Treasurer reports, and future projects. Ms. Mary Ann Martinez, ASSO President, highlighted the various activities of ASSO and emphasized the importance of leadership, cooperation, and respect among thee members of the organization. Attendees actively engaged in discussions on various activities and proposals, demonstrating a collective commitment in advancing the organization’s goals and objectives. In her closing remarks, Ms. Michelle C. Morante, the Coordinator of Student Council Affairs, expressed appreciation for the tireless efforts of ASSO members and encouraged continued participation.

The event marked a significant milestone for the organization. It was a day of fruitful discussions. The assembly highlighted the importance of transparency in organizational governance and underscored the significance of student involvement in shaping the future of Pamantasang May Puso.

The event served as a platform for ASSO members to actively contribute to the realization of the university’s mission and vision. With transparency at its core, the ASSO’s inaugural General Assembly exemplified a commitment to openness, collaboration, and student empowerment. As ASSO looks ahead, the assembly sets a strong foundation for fostering unity and driving positive change within the university community.(Sorsogon State University-Castilla Campus)

🪶Rizza Jean Lasay and Catherine Mangampo (Sorsogon State University-Castilla Campus)
📷E.J. Arcos