University of St. La Salle

20 from USLS pass May 2024 CPA board exam

The University of St. La Salle produced a total of 20 new Lasallian Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), according to the results of the May 2024 CPA Licensure Exam released by the Professional Regulation Commission.

The twenty newly minted CPAs are: Evie Jane Alfaras, Ellen Mae Articona, John Kenneth Bacan, Kristel Banares, Marco Benjamin Chiu, Shiloh Coleta, Shanniah Dubouzet, Kiara Grace Esmillarin, Andrea Zena Gallego, Christian Joy Gellera, Elyssa Marie Therese Gonzaga, Erika Mae Javier, Kristian Bryle Lapating, Nicole Lopez, Khalia Malacad, Aristhea Melle Martir, Carlene Marie Nanagad, Mary Glodelyn Salarda, Einmer Kaeela Tingson, and Rystel Faith Zayco.

The University also achieved an impressive passing rate of 78.26 percent for its first-time takers, while scoring an overall passing rate of 76.92 percent, significantly higher than the national passing rate of 30.38 percent.

With these results, USLS further solidifies its position as one of the top institutions in the country for accountancy.

The University congratulates the Yu An Log College of Business and Accountancy and extends its best wishes to all passers as they pursue their futures as CPAs. Meanwhile, admissions for future Lasallian CPAs are ongoing.

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