CSU Vice-President for Administration and Finance (VPAF) Ranhilio Aquino said in a facebook post that once opened, the Solana extension campus will be administered by the Andrews Campus and by the Piat Campus jointly, hence it will not have a campus administration of its own.
The vice president revealed that feasibility study showed majority of students and parents want the extension opened to save on costs of schooling.
"It cannot be a separate campus. To increase or decrease the number of campuses, you need a legislative amendment of PD 1436," clarrified Aquino after other Facebok pages and media entity posted that it will be a new CSU satellite campus. Those pages, however, posted an erratum after Fr. Aquino posted in his timeline the accurate facts.
Aquino said Lara has purchased a lot and committed to construct the building that will be turned over to the University.
"We join Cong. Jojo in his aspiration to make university education accessible to academically fit students. Thanks, Jojo, for the support," the vice president added.
Once opened, Fr. Aquino said they will start offering Tech-Voc courses, modified CrimJustice and Teacher Education. (MDCT, with reports from Fr. Ranhilio Aquino's FB/PIA-2)
By Mark Djeron C. Tumabao