June 27, 2014
The newbies were treated to a dynamic flash mob performance from the Taddek Dance Troupe and Amba-All In signaling their acquaintance with Lorma talents. A quick flashback presentation of the school’s history and humble beginnings was also made showing the freshmen and new students.
Marketing Coordinator Mr. Edward Castro also explained the different programs offered in the institution. Introduction of the personnel from the teaching and non- teaching departments were also done by the respective college deans and supervising heads.
“Lorma Colleges is the best choice of school in the Ilocandia, and we will prove it to the incoming transferees and freshmen gathered today,” College Director Dr. Jose Mainggang announced.
He reminded Lormanians (the old and the new students) to focus in finishing their studies and complete their stay in the institution. “There are no shortcuts in completing your course, but Lorma Colleges will help you attain your dream.”
On the other hand, Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Diadema La Madrid encouraged the participation of students in extra-curricular activities.
She added that there will always be available academic support for the students coming from the administration as well as the teaching staff.
Human Resource Director Mrs. Elizabeth Paredes who spearheaded the program disclosed that the activity was done to draw the newcomers to the Lorma community. “We are conducting the orientation to welcome the freshmen and transferees as warm as a family can be.”
Abadi Sidick, a freshman of the Radiologic technology department, expressed his gratitude on the warmth of the students and teachers here in Lorma Colleges. “I hope I can have a better experience since I was a Biomedical services student a year ago,” he added.
“The orientation is enjoyable and entertaining because of the intermission numbers being presented, and I knew more of the staff in the college that I am in,” said Hyungi Ku, BSEd freshmen major in English. “I hope the experience here will be new since this is already college level.”