Two students taking up Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering major in Automotive Engineering (BSMEAE) received  scholarship grant from the Toyota Motor Philippines, Inc. 

Jojo C. Enriquez (BSMEAE-4) and Miel Roque M. Casas (BSMEAE-3) became scholars after attaining  the highest average grade  among the 16 applicants  and topping the panel interview conducted last October 22 at the Function Room.

The panel of interviewers was composed of Dr. Russ Allen Napud, Dean, College of Engineering and Architecture; Engr. Edgar Allan J. Vargas, Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering major in Automotive Engineering; Mr. Ronald Gaspar, Head, Education Department of Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation Inc; and Mr. Jonathan Ramos from Toyota, Iloilo, Inc..


As scholars, their privileges include free tuition and miscellaneous fees, monthly stipend of Php 1,300  and Php 2, 500 book allowance.

“I won’t take for granted the opportunity that is given to me,” Mr. Casas said in his message during the announcement of the new scholars.

The new scholars  received Toyota t-shirts and caps during the announcement. They thanked the company, teachers and friends for giving them the inspiration to become scholars.