New set of FSSC officers takes oath
Fostering the value of willingness to serve, the newly set of officers of the Federation of Supreme Student Council (FSSC) of Southern Leyte State University formally took oath on during the courtesy call with the University President on Monday, September 26.
University President Dr. Prose Ivy G. Yepes administered the oath of the 13-member FSSC including the President-elect and incoming Student Regent Joshua E. Orais.
Joshua E. Orais taking his oath before the University President Dr. Prose Ivy G. Yepes as the new FSSC President and the incoming Student Regent
The 5 FSSC Vice Presidents taking their oath before University President Dr. Prose Ivy G. Yepes
University Prose Ivy G. Yepes administering the oathtaking of the The Board of Directors, Secretary General, Treasurer, and Auditor
Here is the complete list of the new set of FSSC officers:
Joshua E. Orais
Vice President for Internal Operations and Finance:
Vice Presidents for External Affairs:
Lanie Q. Pormento
Iverson P. Cortezo
Sanny E. Sarcilla Jr.
Benjamen O. Añasco Jr.
Apple Glaze B. Guinoo
Trisha Mae O. Gamolo
AJ Boy Felizarta
Board of Directors:
Niño Paul T. Aguilar
Maria Theresa F. Misoles
Rose Marie P. Pedere
Ace H. Valerio
Gerald C. Riataza
Rogelio C. Maglinte Jr.
Meanwhile, Dr. Yepes reminded FSSC the duties and responsibilities of becoming student leaders and solicited their support in fulfilling the mission and vision of the University.
"You are put into these positions because your fellow students believed in you. FSSC and the University Officials shall work together hand-in-hand for the betterment of our University," she said.
Dr. Yepes also assured her full support to the student council in all of its future endeavors.
FSSC Adviser Dr. Clemente H. Cobilla was present during the ceremony who served as a witness while the newly set of FSSC officers sworn to accept the challenge of upholding the true essence of leadership.
The FSSC officers are composed of the elected student leaders from the six campuses of the University and were put in their respective positions in the council by their fellow officers across the whole University system.