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Tag: December 13, 2006

CAP to pay back planholders

THOMASIAN College Assurance Plan (CAP) scholars may now set their cap at tuition settlement after the Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 149 approved CAP’s Petition for Rehabilitation last Nov. 8.

The court order mandated CAP to pay its plan holders with fixed value accounts, the exact amount they failed to give this semester by May 2007. Due to lack of funds, traditional plan holders will be given a reduced rate. Reduced rates are based on the actual tuition scholars need to pay that will only be paid in full after 2012.

CRS builds center for abandoned, sick kids

THE WEEKLY visits of the College of Rehabilitation Sciences (CRS) since last year to the elderly and children of the Missionaries of Charity, a shelter for mostly abandoned and sick people in Tayuman, Manila, inspired the college to build its own rehabilitation center opening last Nov. 2.

The center caters to almost 80 children in the shelter who are suffering from diseases such as cerebral palsy, autism, and global development delay—conditions that cause the kids to have limited or no control of their bones and muscles.

UST sends relief to ‘Reming’ victims in Bicol

UST has launched the Bicol Relief Drive to collect donations and raise funds from different colleges for the victims of typhoon Reming.

“We encourage all colleges and students to donate goods and say prayers for the victims,” said Office of Community Development (OCD) director, Joey Cruz. Donations in cash and or kinds can be sent directly to OCD or through local student councils and the dean’s offices.

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