Grand Alumni Homecoming
The Ifugao State University Alumni Association (IFSUAA) willbe having its Annual Alumni Homecoming this December 29, 2018 at IFSU Main Campus.
There will be a motorcade from the Main Campus going to Lamut Town then back to IFSU Main in preparation for the Alumni Parade before the opening program to be held at the gymnasium.
The Alumni Parade will be a contested activity. The batch with uniform and with the highest number of attendees will surely be declared the winner.
The keynote speaker during the opening program will be Assistant Secretary Orville A. Ballitoc, Presidential Legislative Liaison Officer III. Asec. Ballitoc graduated in IFSU then Ifugao State Colleges of Agriculture and Forestry in the year 1996 for his secondary.
IFSU President Dr. Eva Marie Codamon-Dugyon will also deliver an inspirational message to all the alumni.
President Dugyon is also an alumna, graduated in the year 1994 for her secondary.
IFSUAA President Dr. Emilia Ordillo will also deliver a message and a financial report.
Part of the activity is the election for the next IFSUAA officers for 2019- 2020.
Aspiring candidates need to file their candidacy upon arrival at the gymnasium. The casting of vote will be done in the afternoon.
There will be intermission number from the batch 1993 and other volunteers in between the messages. Parlor games will proceed after all the messages.
In the afternoon, there will be the sports activities such as basketball (men), volleyball (women), futsal (women), soccer (male), tug of war (both men and women).
It will be followed by the After raffle draw of tickets. The lucky pick will receive a 9-cubic refrigerator as the first prize. Second prize winner will receive a 32” inch f at tv and for the 3rd prize lucky winner will receive a washing machine with spinner.
There will ten (10) consolation prizes consist of half sack of rice. The proceeds will be used for the procurement of office equipment, furniture and fixture.
The Alumni Homecoming is sponsored by the High School Batch 1993 as they celebrate their silver jubilee.