WELCOME TO THE OFFICE FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT

In support of Adamson University’s project through seeking sponsorship for Scholarship, Faculty Development, Physical Facilities, and Community Extension Services, the office was established in May of 2008. It is part of the Office’s thrust to build connections with the community, industry partners, its lineage and especially to its alumni.

The Office for Institutional Advancement (OIA) originated alumni fundraising events like  Falcon Run, President’s Cup Golf Tournament and Adamson University Falcon’s Auto Craze Car Show. The Falcon Bridge, the official newsletter of the Adamson Alumni has been established for continuous linkages between the University and its alumni.

BRIDGE PROGRAM

The Bridge Program was instituted by Fr. Gregorio L. Bañaga, Jr., CM back in 2008 to address cases of students in the last years of their studies that could not finish their courses due to financial constraints.

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The whole concept hinges on the idea of negating the notion that education is a privilege. While not as encompassing as the other scholarships, the timing carries dramatic results that are of great impact to the lives of the beneficiaries. It also proves how collaboration between individuals and organizations could translate to more achievable corporate social responsibility strategies through a more meaningful and lasting manner.

The University is trying to negate the notion of a privileged education that is only for the rich. It is a credo embedded in the soul of Vincentian education that strives to shatter that myth. In its own little but judicious way, the Bridge Program goes to the core of human experience founded on charity, humanness and selflessness.

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