/ 8 January 2022

THE MINDANAO State University will create a liaison office in Metro Manila, a university executive revealed.

The P120-million office will be constructed in Mandaluyong City and will accommodate the affairs of MSU’s campuses, Chancellor Mary Joyce Guinto-Sali said on Facebook.

The four-story building will be the new home and liaison office of the MSU Tawi-Tawi College of Technology and Oceanography, MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology and MSU-Marawi, among others.

The funding for the project will come from the General Appropriations Act of 2022 under the Department of Public Works and Highways.

“For the first time, MSU will have its own home in Manila. I am excited to lead the tri-campus monitoring team and am hoping that groundbreaking will start soon,” Guinto-Sali said in a Facebook post.

The chancellor thanked President Rodrigo Duterte, former Public Works Secretary Mark Villar and Congress for their help in the construction of the building.

“Indeed, 2022 will bring more good news for MSU! I also have another good news on an infrastructure project for MSU TCTO worth P32.922 million which I will save for later post,” she said.