The Cavite State University (CvSU) community commemorated the institution’s 118 years with a two-day celebration centering on the theme “Celebrating Excellence in Collaborations and Innovations,” March 6-7.  

University officials, students, and guests commenced the two-day celebration with a wreath-laying ceremony to honor the legacy of Don Severino Delas Alas.

The community also gathered for the ecumenical thanksgiving service, and the inauguration of the HEVTED East Building at the College of Education.

Through the collaboration of the Central Student Government and the College Student Councils, the “Kabsuhenyo Day” featured various academic and visual arts competitions, e-sports event, film festival, bench yell competition, bazaar, and other activities to showcase CvSU students’ talents and skills. 

Technological developments and innovations of participating colleges, campuses, and centers also took the spotlight at the LIKHA (Lingap sa Inobasyon, Kaalaman at Hiraya tungo sa Asensadong CvSU) Exhibit 2024 at the SM Rolle Hall.

During the 2nd Gawad Laya at Diwa, the University recognized the dedication and remarkable achievements of its faculty members, employees, retirees, and units who went above and beyond to contribute in fulfilling CvSU’s commitment to public service and quality education for all. 

Through the Partners’ Night 2024, CvSU extended its appreciation to its partner organizations and institutions as part of the continuing initiatives to strengthen meaningful collaborations on education, research, and community engagement.  

The University has continued its tradition of recognizing the exemplary accomplishments of CvSU students through the awarding of the Outstanding Student of the Year during the Student Convocation. 

Members of the Administrative Council also gathered to tackle the significant role of futures thinking and value creation for the University during the seminar “Building the Futures of CvSU: Futures Thinking and Value Creation for CvSU.”

Meanwhile, in a bid to build a culture of lifesaving, the College of Medicine spearheaded a voluntary blood donation program, and offered free eye examination and screening for hearing impairment for employees. 

The two-day celebration also brought together employees, students, and their “fur babies” for the “Sunduan” and the “Paws in Motion: A Community Pet Walk Event.”

Kabsuhenyos were also treated to some special treats and entertainment through the various health and wellness hubs, and musical performances from the CvSU Musikeros and Wish 107.5 Bus Roadshow.

This event capped off with fostering the culture of sportsmanship and camaraderie through the Employees’ Star Olympics 2024 where CvSU faculty members and employees from different colleges and campuses battled it out in individual and team sports including basketball, volleyball, badminton, pétanque, pickleball, lawn tennis, and table tennis.