• S.1. The institution has a system of accreditation, monitoring and evaluation of student organizations.
  • S.2. The institution provides adequate office space and other forms of support to accredited student organizations.
  • S.3. There is coordination between the school administration and SAS concerning students with drug and other related problems.
  • S.4. A mechanism to address student grievance is in place.
  • S.5. Program and opportunities to develop and enhance leadership among students are provided.


  • I.1. Requirements and procedures for recognition/accreditation of student organizations are widely disseminated.
  • I.2. The Constitution and by-law of student organizations incorporate participation and advocacy in social action activities.
  • I.3. The institution conducts leadership training.
  • I.4. The institution recognizes the right of the students to:
    • I.4.1. govern themselves as a student body;
    • I.4.2. be transparent and accountable to their constituents; and
    • I.4.3. be presented in various fora where the students need to be consulted.
  • I.5. The institution ensures transparency in the development/revision of guidelines and procedures for the student council/government.
  • I.6. The institution implements gender and disability sensitive rules and regulations published in a Student Handbook/Manual acceptable to students.
  • I.7. Sanctions are enforced for misconduct such as but not limited to act of vandalism, hazing, bullying, libelous statements and other negative acts that threaten peace and order inside and outside the school premises
  • I.8. Grievance Committee is established to ensure due process in dealing with students misconduct.
  • I.9. The institution supports the establishment and implementation of student publication as provided for in R.A. 7079, otherwise known as “Campus Journalism Act of 1991” and other media forms.
  • I.10. The production /publication of a yearbook is encouraged.


  • O.1. Quality student development services are assured.