University Convocation on the Proposed Tuition Fee Increase

University Convocation on the Proposed Tuition Fee Increase (TFI)

Friday, December 8, 2006
Benitez Hall Theater, College of Education

Because the theater is not big enough, the convocation will be held in two batches:

1 – 2:30 p.m. for students and parents
3 – 4:30 p.m. for faculty, alumni and staff

This is an opportunity to discuss the TFI and the Socialized Tuition and Financial Assistance Program (STFAP)

4 thoughts on “University Convocation on the Proposed Tuition Fee Increase

  1. these administration guys act as if they’re not UP educated. They already know the problem-that is the venue is small to accommodate both the students and the faculty but still they used that venue. If there was a problem, and in this case have already been identified prior to the scheduling of the convocation then they should’ve changed the venue – the university has lots of “bigger” venue where they could have held the convocation. Are they trying to separate the voice of the students with the faculty and staffs? This must mean 2 things: these admin people are just palin foolish or they just held the activity just for formality.

  2. I am not taking sides here, but have you considered the probability that this other “bigger” venue might be unavailable for the meantime? Has the non-admin people doubtful of the motives behind the venue already expressed such concerns and tried to provide or help in finding a solution to whatever UP admin’s reasons maybe?

  3. If the supposed to be plan will be followed, then I won’t hesitate to say “go for it!”, but ofcourse it’ll be likely be repeatitive history again… and again once it has been all set.

    Nothing is fair. 😦

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