P25-M swimming pool to boost UA’s maritime courses

first_img“We have already submitted the programof work to the provincial engineering office for implementation,” said Crespo.(With a report from PNA/PN) SAN JOSE, Antique – Thegovernment-owned University of Antique (UA) will soon have an Olympic-sizeswimming pool with a P25-million support from the provincial government.  “Our students without the swimmingpool still have to go to the Binirayan swimming pool in this capital town fortheir swimming classes,” Crespo added. UA president Pablo Crespo Jr. onTuesday said they were grateful to have a swimming pool inside the UA maincampus in Sibalom, Antique. “Students undergoing training fortheir swimming competitions could also use the swimming pool,” he said.center_img The facility will be most useful tostudents taking up Bachelor of Science (BS) in Maritime Engineering and BS in MarineTransportion.      University of Antique president Dr. Pablo Crespo Jr. (left) and Gov. Rhodora Cadiao discuss plans for the university following the release of assistance for the school on Nov. 18. PNA/Annabel Consuelo Petinglay Currently, the UA is the only stateuniversity that offers the two courses.last_img

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