DLSU Honors Vaugirard Scholars for AY 2014-2015

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De La Salle University held a recognition program for its new batch of Vaugirard Scholars last July 31 at the 4th floor of the DLSU Henry Sy, Sr. Hall. 27 of the best and brightest students from public schools all over the Philippines were the recipients of this prestigious scholarship grant.

The Vaugirard Scholarship Program (VSP) is one of many scholarship programs offered by the University. Grantees of the program will receive a full waiver on tuition, miscellaneous, and laboratory fees all throughout their stay in DLSU. In addition, Vaugirard Scholars will get advance enrollment privileges, and a monthly stipend that covers lodging, meals, and other expenses, as well as a cash incentive if they graduate with Latin Honors.

Grantees for AY 2014-2015 include James Acedera, Cyrene Albonia, Zyril Bautista, Danielle Bulquerin, Jeofrey Cadano, Mariah Carumba, Jing Clet, Mark Delgado, Jonathan Dumale, Tosha Manalastas, Christiane Oriana, Jan Ozaeta, April Pacayra, Neil Poral, Danielle Ranido, Annamitz Rapliza, Amira Rivera, Mica Rivera, Roliver Romero, Kim Sadol, Renerio Salonga, Fae Serrano, Maynard Si, Allysa Tangub, Ciara Trunio, April Velasco, and Carmel Villafrancia.

Candidates for the VSP are selected every year. They must be a graduate of Philippine public high schools and be among the top 120 examinees of the DLSU College Admission Test (CAT). The VSP, along with the University’s scholarships, aims to make quality education accessible to the best and deserving high school students. The various scholarship programs offered by DLSU is part of the initiative to have at least 20% of its student population on scholarship. It is the University’s  mission to make Lasallian education accessible to all.

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