To the batch of 2012 graduates:
Not only this moment shines as you are recognized to have achieved a wealth of knowledge no one can take away from, but also you are a living proof that The Fisher Valley College, in its 25th anniver-sary has produced young minds equipped with wisdom, ready to face this ever changing world.
As you move forward, carry with you the Christian principles and virtues that have been etched into your hearts, and use them as light to guide your every step. Be among the graduates who have con-tinued to bring honor and pride to our alma mater in various parts of the world. In simple terms, step up, put your knowledge to good use, and motivate others to do the same.
In our reckoning, let us mutually acknowledge all other people who have supported and inspired you into becoming who you are today.
"For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus." Philippians 1:6
All good things must come to an end to start a new beginning. Your education at TFVC might have ended but life‘s education will continue for the rest of your lives. I congratulate you for finishing this significant chapter of your lives. You are now holding an important key to unlocking the doors of your success.
Parents, you have accomplished a perfect job, congratulations. Thank you for preparing a good life for your children, thank you for bringing them to TFVC. Thank you for being with us in achieving our mission in developing your children into well-rounded, well-educated Christians prepared to live in ever-changing world.
A total of 150 college students of The Fisher Valley College, Taguig City received their college diplomas for this year‘s 25th Commencement Exercises held on March 27, 2012 at the Greenhills Christian Fellowship, Ortigas Center, Pasig City. Among the courses offered by TFVC, the Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management program has the highest number of graduates with 36, followed by 2-year Associate in Computer Technology which has 33. Twenty-three graduates took up Bachelor of Science in Information Technology while 17 graduates now hold a degree in Bachelor of Science in Busi-ness Administration. There are 13 graduates with Bachelor of Elementary Education and 10 graduates each for Bachelor of Secondary Education and Bachelor of Science in Accountancy degrees. Seven graduates received a degree in Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. The 2-year Hotel and Restaurant Management has one graduate. By department comparison, the Department of Computer Studies has the highest number of graduates with 63 followed by the Department of Hospitality Management with 37 graduates. Meanwhile, the Department of Business Administration and Accountancy lands on the third post with 27 graduates. The Department of Education has the lowest number of graduates which is 23. Awardees from different departments were given recognitions. Outstanding students were John Carlo M. Gamboa (DOE), Maizie R. Herrera (DBAA), Keneth Ronel F. Bagon (DCS), and Irish M. Calderon (DOHM). Kenneth John Ruelo received the same award for the 2-year technical course (ACT). Meanwhile, Raffy B. Quartero and Myra Joy G. Bayot were awarded with Achiever Awards. Bayot, a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, also received the second highest aca-demic distinction being given by the College. She is the first magna cum laude of The Fisher Valley College.