Former senator Rene Espina has expressed puzzlement on why the University of the Philippines Junior College in Cebu hasn’t, in a method, “matured,” not like different colleges in the Visayas.
In his August 13 column for the Manila Bulletin, Espina famous that the UP Junior College has been in existence since he was in grade college.
But as much as this time, he mentioned solely minor enhancements have been finished to the school so it could accommodate extra college students.
“Have the Cebuano officials, congressmen and senators shown any interest? The Iloilo University of the Philippines has better facilities than our Junior College,” Espina mentioned.
“Is it a mere coincidence that “Junior College” has not matured till as we speak?” he requested.
Espina mentioned Visayas ought to have its personal State University if Mindanao has one, particularly in mild of the passage of the free tuition regulation that’s seen to spice up enrollment in public universities and faculties.