Taguig City University (TCU)
marked a significant milestone on Thursday, May 23, with the unveiling of its newly renovated Food Hall

The TCU Food Hall, which boasts a seating capacity of 240, features ten food stalls. Each stall offers a diverse range of budget-friendly food options, catering to the varied tastes and preferences of the student body.

The dedication ceremony, held as part of the celebration of Taguig’s Founding Anniversary, brought together a vibrant mix of students, faculty, and university officials. The event highlighted the inauguration of a modern dining space designed to offer students delectable yet affordable meals.

A Commitment to Student Welfare

TCU President Dr. Desiree Guiraldo, who spearheaded the dedication ceremony, extended her heartfelt thanks to the City and Mayor Lani Cayetano for their unwavering support in enhancing the university’s facilities.

“We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to you, Mayor Lani. Maraming maraming salamat po for your untiring support and commitment to improving the facilities of the university. Your efforts and personal touch in renovating and beautifying this food hall are highly appreciated,” Dr. Guiraldo stated.

Mayor Lani Cayetano, who graced the event, emphasized the importance of providing students with access to quality, budget-friendly meals.

“Sa ating mga Pilipino, napaka-importante ng pagkain. At kapag tayo ay nasa unibersidad, ang hinahanap natin ay mga pagkain na hindi lang quality kundi abot-kaya ng budget ng ating mga estudyante. So we are really trying our best to offer our students, even our personnel, quality food na abot ng kanilang budget,” Mayor Lani remarked.

TCU Student Council President Francess Kyla Silapan, a second-year Information and Communication Technology student, expressed her enthusiasm and gratitude for the new food hall.

“On behalf of the students, we are very grateful po officially na-open na po itong food hall sa TCU. We don’t need na po na pumunta sa malayo para makakain. Very convenient na po, bukod pa po doon, abot-kaya po ang presyo ng mga pagkain dito,” said Silapan.

The dedication ceremony was also attended by Vice President for Administration Atty. Aiko Mejia, Scholarship Office Head Rene Lopos, Councilor Fanella Joy Panga-Cruz, and Councilor Rodil “Tikboy” Marcelino. Their presence underscored the collective effort and community spirit involved in bringing the new Food Hall to life.

A New Chapter for TCU

The unveiling of the renovated Food Hall marks a new chapter for Taguig City University, reflecting its ongoing commitment to student welfare and community support. The modern, budget-friendly dining space is set to become a central hub for students, offering them a convenient and enjoyable place to dine on campus.


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