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CEAT STUDENT LOUNGE Proposal

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Patricia Amos

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Transcript of CEAT STUDENT LOUNGE Proposal

Due to the increasing number of students in DLSU-D and the building situation of CEAT not enough rooms are given to CEAT students around the campus.
Current Situation
Procedure
Members of the group gathered data in preparation for this report. They roam around the college vicinity to know the problems and formulate solutions to it. They conduct survey to CEAT students and ask them on what is lacking on the college. They also gathered second opinions from the students regarding this project. Lastly, they planned out the project according to how do the students wanted the project to be.
Purpose
This proposal is a suggestion on how College of Engineering Architecture Technology administration can provide a temporary solution on the demands of CEAT students.
What is a Student Lounge?
Student lounges are rooms located within thousands of schools, colleges and universities, designed to give students a space for relaxation and study.
PROPOSAL
CEAT STUDENT LOUNGE
Benefits

* Brings comfort, convenience, and organization
to the CEAT students.

* Provides CEAT students a place to call
their own while their building isn’t built yet.

* Provides CEAT students a place to reside
in during their time at the campus.

* Provides faster dissemination of
informations among students.




* Provides students a stress free environment
from their hectic schedules.

* Encourages greater participation of CEAT’s projects and activities.

* Ensures the safety of students.

* Avoids vices and bad influences that students may encounter during their vacant time.




* Promotes a healthy way of spending
students’ free time.

* Promotes unity of the College of
Engineering, Architecture, and technology.

* Promotes a healthy psychological state
among students.

* Develops the communication, interaction,
and relationship among CEAT students.
* The area of the lounge is 324 square meters and has a dimension of 9 x 36 meters.

* The lounge feature a full air-condition state. Students may easily access to internet for the reason that it is a Wi-Fi zone area.

* Students may enjoy coffee or any other beverages and some pastries for the reason that the lounge provides a pantry area.

* There is a separate comfort room for the boys and girls.

* There will be 7 sets (4 medium sofas for each set) of sofas with round tables and 10 sets of four seats with square tables.

* There are 20 sits provided for students who don’t have company with them.
* Each table will have vases with flowers and the lounge will have environmental friendly ornaments.

* There are circular fluorescent light bulbs in a parallel circuit that will enlighten the working area of the students.

* The lounge has a modern style of building provided with two glass doors as its entrance and exit point. Glass walls will be use instead of the classical graphite mixture.

* The lounge will have a green panel roof and green colored posts as its foundation.

* Two light posts will be assembling outside the lounge.
PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION
What better way to solve the lodging problem of CEAT students than by giving them a definite place inside the campus. Our group firmly believes that this student lounge would directly solve this problem and temporarily ease the situation of the Ceat students in regards with situation of their building.
Detailed Solutions
PERSONNEL
In establishing the proposal suggested by the group, support of CEAT students is important. Approval of the said proposal will be agreed upon administrator, student leaders, and student councils. Including features of the CEAT student lounge will be also approved by the said personnel. This can be pushed through by conducting a series of special meeting to discuss the matter and by suggesting other possible solutions to the dilemma.
In pursuing this, the following concerned offices and contact persons may be requested to help in drafting or establishing the provision (if possible to be included in the student handbook, faculty and staff manual ) :
Br. Augustine Boquer FSC,EdD
President, De La Salle University- Dasmariñas

Mary May C. Eulogio, CPA-MBA
Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administrative Service

Arch. Antonio V. Gutierrez, Jr.
Dean College of Engineering Architecture and Technology

Philip P. Ermita Associate Dean College of Engineering Architecture and Technology

Belinda C. Narvaez, CPA Assistant Vice Chancellor for Finance

Deodoro E. Abiog II, CPA Controller

Beverlyn O. Dela Cruz, CPA Director, Treasury and Ancillary Services
Arch. Dennis D. Pontanilla Director,
Buildings and Facilities Maintenance Office

Marlon C. Pareja Director,
Environment and Resource Management Center and Campus Development Office

Juvenal E. Bautista Director,
Information and Communications Technology Center

Implementation of the agreed upon policy will be through the aid of the discipline officers, staff and members of the above mentioned officers, in participation of the students and faculty.
SCHEDULE
April 2014

* Information Dissemination

* Informing the CEAT office about the problems of the CEAT students lacking place to stay during their leisure time because of its loss on building

May 2014

* Finding place where the CEAT student lounge can be build

* Suggesting what are the features of the CEAT lounge

June 2014

* Drafting the floor plan of the lounge

July 2014

* Informing the CEAT community of the agreed proposal thru freshmen/upperclassmen orientation, programs/college meetings, etc.)

* Information dissemination thru posters, streamers, flyers
August 2014

* Sketching the proposed design, including the features of
the lounge

* Passing the proposed design to the BFO


August 2014

* Sketching the proposed design, including the features of the lounge

* Passing the proposed design to the BFO

October 2014

* Determining the cost of all the expenses for the construction of the lounge.

November 2014

* Release of budget from fund raising and finance department
December 2014

* Start of Construction

July 2015

* Expected end of construction

August 2015

* Ribbon cutting ceremony

August 2015 – March 2016

* First year of implementation

* Evaluation of the implementation

* Analyzing the need to improve in the service inside the lounge
COST

Hollow Blocks……………………………………………………………50000

Workers’ labor……………………………………………………………300000

Air Conditioner …………………………………………………………. 8000

Coffee Machine…………………………………………………………5000

Toilet Bowls………………………………………………………………15000

Chairs……………………………………………………………………..10000

Tables……………………………………………………………………..10000
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
While preparing for this proposal, we came up with the following conclusions:

** The University needs a lounge for students to recreate.

** The University must not only focus on helping the students’ academics but also to the students’ emotions.

** The building situation of CEAT is causing inconveniences for the students and faculties.

**We recommend addition of facilities around the campus to support the need of the growing number of students in DLSUD.


PRESENTED BY:
Patricia Amos
Christian Jamir
Lorraine Nuevo
Mark Villalobos

Presented To:

Jesella Medina Turno


Faculty, ENGL125
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