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COMMUNITY EXTENSION TO REVIVE INCOME GENERATING PROJECTS



LCUP’s goal as a Catholic, Augustinian, and Marian institution is to not only provide quality education but to promote Christ-centered stewardship as well, by helping the poor rise above their present condition in a dignified manner. For this year, as part of the University’s Commmunity Extension Program, LCUP plans to revive some of its Income Generating Projects (IGPs) among the families of its adopted community in Mother Rita Homes. One of these projects is the manufacturing of student uniforms for the Senior High, which would be a major source of income for the families in the community.

LCUP also offers night college courses in Northville 9 in Calumpit, which is another adopted community of the University. The Community Extension Program was designed so that all faculty, personnel, and students can participate and engage in extension activities. It also provides the right venue for programs that will help families and individuals living in underprivileged areas.