OSA Commendations for Student Organizations

Office of Student Activities
COMMENDATIONS for STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS


For the 1st Quarter of SY 2007-2008

The following organizations have shown exemplary performance based on
their efficiency and initiative, availability and presence for
consultations, and submission of good project proposals during the 1st
Quarter of SY 2007-2008:

Ateneo Celadon
Ateneo Lingua Ars Cultura (ALAC)
Ateneo Student Exchange (ASEC)
Loyola Film Circle (LFC)
Kaingin
Ateneo Special Education Society (SPEED)
Management Information Systems Association (MISA)
Ateneo Chemical Society (AChes)


For the 2nd Quarter of SY 2007-2008

We would like to commend the following organizations for faithfully
complying with the University policies and procedures and for
successfully implementing major projects during the 2nd Quarter of SY
2007-2008:

Management Economics Association (MECO)
Ateneo Junior?s Marketing Association (AJMA)
Ateneo Management Association (AMA)
Ateneo Association for Communications and Technology (ACTM)
Ateneo Special Education Society (SPEED)
Association of Communication Majors (ACOMM)
Ateneo Math Society (AMS)
Environmental Science Society (ESS)
Management Information Systems Association (MISA)
Ateneo Student Catholic Action (AtSCA)
ENTABLADO
Ateneo HPAIR Union
PEERS
Company of Ateneo Dancers (CADS)
Ateneo Chemical Society (ACheS)
Ateneo Psyche


For the 3rd Quarter of SY 2007-2008

We would like to commend the following organizations who have shown
exemplary performance for the 3rd Quarter of SY 2007-2008:

for actively participating and winning during the JGSOM Week and the
AJMA Competition:
ACTM

for updating OSA regularly, submitting documents and clarifying
questions regarding projects promptly:
MEcO
YFC - Ateneo

for successfully implementing projects that create positive
contributions to the organization and community:

ADS
AJMA
Ateneo Psyche
COSA
Entablado
SPEED

for faithfully complying with the University policies and procedures
and implementing good projects:

ACheS
Musmos