Issue of June 11, 2017
Mt. Province

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MP students receive cash grants
by Alpine L. Killa

BONTOC, Mountain Province – More than 300 students received their cash grants under the Mountain Province Student Financial Assistance Program (MPSFAP) of the provincial government.

The grantees are studying at MPSPC-Bontoc and Tadian Campus, Xijen College, and in other areas like Benguet, Baguio City, Pangasinan, Nueva Vizcaya, Isabela, and Ifugao.

During the distribution of the financial aid to the beneficiaries, Acting Gov. Bonifacio C. Lacwasan, Jr. emphasized the importance of education in achieving one’s endeavor in life and uplifting family out of poverty.

The governor encouraged the grantees to do their best in school so they can continuously avail themselves of the program until they graduate.

He also advised the beneficiaries to use the money they receive as payment for their unpaid tuition and things they need in school.

Simonette Clyde Fang-san of the Office of the Governor said that the submission of application to be renewed and included as a grantee next semester will start in August.

Interested applicants must submit an application letter or letter of interest to the governor, fully-accomplished application form available at the Office of the Governor, true copy of grades and a certificate of enrollment. Grantees who are willing to be renewed must submit their true copy of grades and certificate of enrollment.

Also, a grantee of the program must finish the course taken in the expected number of years for the course, must be currently enrolled and must attend convocations and other activities organized for MPSFAP grantees.

An applicant or a grantee may be disqualified if he/she has a failing grade and does not submit all requirements before the deadline.

The MPSFAP caters to poor students of the province enrolled at the MPSPC and other educational institutions within and outside Mountain Province. Each grantee receives P4,000 per semester.

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