Construction of the 3-storey Gingoog City Student Dormitory is now in full swing. Located at Brgy. 26, at the back of DPWH 1st District Engineer’s Office, the facility will have 46 rooms that can accommodate 400 students. It will also have 56 comfort rooms and 50 shower rooms.
The project is intended for college students who opt to study in the city but are residing in remote barangays. The Gingoog Student Dormitory provides a more convenient and secured residence for students while away from their homes. Photos below show Gingoog City Mayor Erick G. Cañosa, Vice Mayor Peter M. Unabia and other city officials during the recent inspection of the project site,
photos courtesy of Gingoog CIO