SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESSES

  • S.1 The institution has Student Services Program (SSP).
  • S.2. The Student Affairs Services (SAS) program is consistent with the vision and mission of the Institution, goals of the College/Academic Unit and objectives of the Program.
  • S.3. The objectives of the SAS are clearly defined.
  • S.4. The objectives of the SAS are in accordance with CMO No. 9 series of 2013.
  • S.5. The SAS is composed of:
    • S.5.1. student welfare programs and services; and
    • S.5.2. student development programs and services.
  • S.6. The following basic service are available:
    • S.6.1. Student Welfare;
    • S.6.1.1. Information and Orientation Services;
    • S.6.1.2. Guidance and Counseling Services;
    • S.6.1.3. Career and Job Placement Services;
    • S.6.1.4. Economic Enterprise Development; and
    • S.6.1.5. Student Handbook Development.
  • S.6.2. Student Development;
    • S.6.2.1. Student Activities;
    • S.6.2.2. Student Organizations and Activities;
    • S.6.2.3. Leadership Training;
    • S.6.2.4. Student Council/Government;
    • S.6.2.5. Student Discipline; and
    • S.6.2.6. Student Publication/Year Book.
  • S.6.3. Institutional Student Programs and Services;
    • S.6.3.1. Admission Services;
    • S.6.3.2. Scholarship and Financial Assistance(SFA);
    • S.6.3.3. Food Services;
    • S.6.3.4. Health and Wellness Services;
    • S.6.3.5. Safety and Security Services;
    • S.6.3.6. Student Housing and Residential Services;
    • S.6.3.7. Multi-faith and inter-faith Services;
    • S.6.3.8. Foreign/ International Students Services (whenever applicable);
    • S.6.3.9. Services for Students with Special Needs;
    • S.6.3.10. Culture and Arts Programs;
    • S.6.3.11. Sports and Development Programs;
    • S.6.3.12. Social and Community Involvement Programs; and
    • S.6.3.13. others (please specify)___________________.

Student Affairs and Services Unit

  • S.7. There is a SAS Unit that manages students affairs development and welfare programs.
  • S.8. The SAS Unit has an organizational structure indicating its relationship with other Units.
  • S.9. The SAS Unit is headed by a qualified official.
  • S.10. The SAS Unit is staffed with qualified personnel.

Administrative Support

  • S.11. The various student services are provided with adequate staff, physical facilities, equipment and materials(e.g. One (1) guidance counselor for every 1,000 students, etc.)
  • S.12. There is a sufficient budget allocation for the Student Affairs and Services of the institution.

IMPLEMENTATION

  • I.1. The objectives of the SAS are disseminated to and understood by the students, faculty, staff and administrators.
  • I.2. The SAS plans, implements, monitors and coordinates programs and services for student welfare and development.
  • I.3. Prompt, courteous and efficient services in the handling of business transactions with students are evident.
  • I.4. The SAS staff receive salaries on time.
  • I.5. The SAS is represented in the policy and decision-making body of the institution.
  • I.6. The projects and activities of the SAS Unit are recognized and implemented.
  • I.7. There is a continous and systematic evaluation of the effectiveness of the programs and services for student welfare and development.

OUTCOME/S

  • O.1. The students are satisfied with the Student Services Program.