VYP-MSC Institute of Technology strengthens its vision to be an advocate of environmentally-sound practices and entrepreneurship, and its commitment to provide its students a well-rounded education that will turn them into lifelong learners.
With the opening of the Green Campus in San Gabriel, San Pablo City, MSC answers the call for more proactive measures to alleviate global warming. The Green Campus also serves as a non-traditional learning venue for MSC students
Set amidst 1.2 hectares of land, the main school building houses a computer laboratory, a science laboratory and spacious classrooms. The MSC curriculum, laboratory tools and computer equipment, together with all the natural sunlight and fresh air, create an environment that is conducive to out-of-the-box learning. Students conduct researches and projects, learn to effectively express their opinions on different issues, and respond to the call of the global world through interaction with other people throughout the world. Lectures and hands-on experiments also enhance the learning process.
- Natural sunlight and fresh air, create an environment conducive to non-traditional learning and creative thinking.
The free space available also supports freedom of movement and encourages creativity, making the Green Campus ideal for collaborations and group activities. The grounds are also used for various recreational activities, games and sports.
The land surrounding the building is teeming with fruit trees and ornamental plants. Students can cultivate and grow their own vegetables in a reserved portion of the land. This is MSC’s way of promoting livelihood education and the entrepreneurial spirits in its students.
At the MSC Green Campus, the students not only learn the theories set in the curriculum, but also the build the foundations of being upstanding citizens, caring individuals, God-fearing people, environmentally conscious and active participants in saving the earth. This is, after all what MSC strives for—to be of service to the community, the people and the world.