Student Services

As per CHED Memorandum order No 09 series of 2013 entitled Enhanced Policies And Guidelines on Student Affairs and Services.

Services were divided into three(3):

  1. Student Welfare- These are basic services that are necessary to serve the well-being of students.  These includes:
    • Information and Orientation Services – Students maybe provided with information materials; regular comprehensive orientation program; organized, updated and readily available educational, career, and personal/social materials which includes the following:
      • R.A. 9262 or Anti Violence Against Women and Children Act;
      • Guidelines on drug abuse prevention and control
      • R.A. 7877 or the Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995
    • HIV-AIDS awareness
      • Self-care and healthy lifestyles
      • R.A. 9442: an act amending the magna carta for persons with disability
    • Guidance and Counseling Services
      • Guidance Service
      • Counseling – Gender sensitive individual and group counseling are extended to our students, a counseling room and an appropriate andpro-active intervention programs and strategies are also done.
      • Appraisal – The office maintain student’s cumulative records; and well-planned assessment program.
      • Follow-up
      • Referral
      • Grievance/Complaint
      • Intake interview(for first year colleges)
    • Career and Job Placement Services – The office does a valid appraisal data of students for career and job placement; active networking with school, community, alumni and etc., likewise career seminars and job placement services is an annual activity calendared by the office likewise, a mechanism to institutionalize a link with industries is maintained.
    • Career Canter -Provide comprehensive career services that will enable students to make well informed career decisions and to provide access to relevant information, advice, guidance and experience to enable them to realize their potential.
    • Economic Enterprise Development – under this activity the following maybe considered: student cooperatives; entrepreneurial undertakings; income generating projects; savings activity recognized with the Cooperative Development Agency (CDA) subject to the existing laws and guidelines of the said agency.
    • Student Handbook Development – this office is responsible to come up the student manual deliberated by the committee and make necessary updates; archive and retrieve previous student manual. A student representative from the student body should be part of the committee that prepares the student manual.
  2. Student Development – These are programs and activities designed for the enhancement and deepening of leadership skills and social responsibility of our students which includes the following:
    • Student Organizations and Activities – The office sets policies on accreditation, re-accreditation, monitoring and evaluation of student organizations.
    • Leadership Training – The Office of Student Affairs and Services should be able to conduct leadership training for the newly installed leaders
    • Student Government/Council – This amplifies the right of students to govern themselves as a student body.
    • Student Discipline – The college recommends to the OSAS office members of the discipline committee to address student grievance
    • Student Publication/Year Book – The office ensures compliance of Republic Act 7079 otherwise known as “Campus Journalism Act of 1991”. Likewise it encourages other media and yearbook production.
  3. Institutional Student Programs and Services – These are support services extended by the university to our students to wit:
    • Admission Services – Stakeholders should be properly informed of the schedule, requirements and procedures for admission.  Likewise, the list of tuition and other school fees to include educational visits and field trips are provided.
    • Scholarships and Financial Assistance (SFA) – The office provides information to students of the available Scholarship programs that they may possibly qualify and avail.  Likewise the office adopts mechanisms to institutionalize a more compassionate policies and guidelines for scholarships and financial assistance.
    • Food Services – The office of Student Affair and Services is tasked to set criteria for safety and sanitation of food offered to our students. It has to conduct a periodical inspection of university canteen and other food outlets.
    • Health Services – The office should look into the primary health care services offered to students. Health Clinic should see to it that the university has enough facilities for health care and that health records of our students are updated.
    • Services for Students with Special Needs and Persons with Disabilities – Students with special needs and disabilities should not be denied of academic accommodation. The university should have a provision for life skills training for and list of students with disabilities should be regularly submitted.
    • Cultural and Arts Programs – The University should establish link with the Office for Philippine Culture and the Arts so as to provide mechanisms for our students to develop their talent in arts and show great appreciation of our culture.
    • Sports Development Programs – The University should open to students’ opportunities for physical fitness and well-being. It should encourage participation in national, sectorial and other cultural sports activities and development. It is expected that the university conducts a regular sports programs.
    • Social community Involvement Programs – Students are encouraged to participate and be involved in a meaningful socio-economic activities.

 

 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANSHIP AND SERVICES

  1. Financial Assistantships
    • Student Loan
      For Application Requirements:

      1. Certificate of Registration (current)
      2. Brgy. Certification (state/indicate income of parents)
      3. Copy of grades (previous sem.)Coordinator:  Evangeline N. dela Cruz, Practitioner,
                           Student Assistance Program(Student Aides & Loans)
    • Student Insurance
      For Application Requirements:

      1. Death Claim
        For Application Requirements:

        1. Police investigation report statement of witness/es
          -original/certified true copy
          -if not available, affidavit or incident report
        2. Newspaper clippings (if any)
        3. Attending Physician’s Medical Certificate
        4. Birth Certificate (certified true copy)
        5. Death Certificate (certified true copy)
        6. Autopsy Report (certified true copy)
        7. Marriage Contract (certified true copy)
        8. Burials Receipts (original)
        9. Pictures
      2. Medical Reimbursement for bodily injuries or disability claim
        For Application Requirements:

        1. Police Investigation Report or Statement of witness/es
               (ex. Vehicular Accident)
        2. Attending Physician’s Medical Certificate(original)
        3. Doctor’s Prescription (original)
        4. Hospital Statement of Account(original)
        5. Hospital Statement of Account(original)
        6. Medical Bills and Receipts(original)
        7. Incident ReportCoordinator:  Ms. Veyrainchiel V. Villon, Practitioner,
                             Student Insurance
    • Student Scholarship
      • Malampaya Sustainable Development Scholarship Program
        For Application Requirements:

        1. 2 pcs. 1×1 id picture
        2. Filled out application form
        3. Admission Test Result
        4. High School Card (for incoming freshmen)
        5. Copy of grades (old students)
        6. Certificate of Good Moral Character
        7. Barangay Clearance
        8. Income Tax Return/Certificate Tax Exemption of parentsCoordinator:  Ms. Cathy Chu. Practitioner, Private Scholarship Program
      • CHED (Stufaps)
         For Application Requirements:

        1. For incoming freshmen:
          • For 4th year HS applicants-3rd year grade and first three grading periods of fourth year
          • For high school graduates- Form 138
        2. For Applicants with earned units in college-Certificate of grades in all subjects in completed semester
        3. Other Applicants: ALS Accreditation and Equivalency Test Passer Certificate; PEPT Certificate of Advancing to the next level
        4. Other Requirements: Any one of the following: Latest Income Tax Return (ITR) of parents or guardians, Certificate of Tax Exemption from the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), Certificate of Indigency from their Barangay, Case Study from Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), or Affidavit of No Income.  For children of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) and seafarers, a latest copy of contract or proof of income may be considered.Coordinator: Analiza C. Marquez, Government Scholarship Program
      • ESGPA-Expanded Students Grants-In-Aid Program for Poverty AlleviationCoordinator:  MAYLYN G. DILIG, Practitioner
                           CCRD North & South ESGP-PA
  • Student Assistantship (Student Aide)
    For Application Requirements:

    1. Photocopy of COR (previous & current)
    2. Photocopy of class records (1st Sem)
    3. Application letter
    4. Valid only for 2nd year, 3rd year, 4th year, 5th year college