Fifty-eight graduates from the Palawan State University’s Social Work program under the College of Arts and Humanities passed the national licensure exams for Social Workers held in July 2017. The Palawan State University ranked 7th nationwide with a passing rate of 93.55% against the national passing rate of 65.88%. Devie Mae Navarro placed 8th overall in the nationwide rankings.

 The passers are:

  • Dinglyn C. Aga
  • Evalyn U. Abin
  • Christine Mycah M. Alvarez
  • Shella May B. Baisa
  • Givanie M. Balsi
  • Judy Ann Basca
  • Rowena Cayabo
  • Liza Mae Dalojo
  • Camille Grace Esguerra
  • Kenneth Jean Evediente
  • Lorebelle P. Feniz
  • Ferlin Sweet B. Fernandez
  • Michelle Faren
  • Crystal Gatchalian
  • Lian Mea Galili
  • Emelyn Guayco
  • Maila Jurada
  • Aple Shayne Lomoljo
  • Ivy Jane Parangue
  • Elaine Mir L. Pascua
  • Renz Edward Pineda
  • Shiellamae Salmo
  • Eunice V. Senial
  • Dianne Kathlene Ustares
  • Anne Grace M. Aquino
  • Jennifer S. Balucan
  • Lily Ann M. Blanco
  • April Anne S. Bobilles
  • Kristel C. Cabotaje
  • Jenelyn O. Cainap
  • Grace Cañedo
  • Katherine E. Cañete
  • Jezaven C. Capacillo
  • John Christian Claros
  • Joy Jecil Custodio
  • Monikka P. Delera
  • Abby Grace M. Estoce
  • Kayce Esteban
  • Raymond Mahinay
  • Beneva Malabanan
  • Pia C. Paalan
  • Joy Rhea Ponce De Leon
  • Jewilou J. Ruiz
  • Sarah Jane Sabidalas
  • Kristine Jane Sabuya
  • Joyce Anne P. Saclet
  • Jessica Servando
  • Emelyn Valdez
  • Gee Allen R. Zulueta
  • Leslie Ann Radoc
  • Micah Dorothy Gajo
  • Honeyrose Leona
  • Sarah Grace Sabidalas
  • Rhea Grace Antipuesto
  • Mae Ann Dela Cruz
  • Mary Jerimie Labrador
  • Nikki Nacasi
  • Aya Jessa Mae Sola

According to Prof. Marissa Pontillas, OIC of the University President’s Office, the overwhelming success of the examinees brings recognition and honor to the University. She also noted how other students should be inspired by this milestone in PSU history.