SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESSES

  • S.1. There is a system of student, recruitment ,selection, admission and retention.
  • S.2. Admission requirements and procedures of persons with disabilities as stipulated in R.A. 7277 are in place.
  • S.3. Scholarship and financial assistance in various forms are available to students.
  • S.4. Policies and guidelines are institutionalized for students from marginalized sector of the country.
  • S.5. There is a policy on wellness and healthy lifestyle.
  • S.6. Buildings and facilities which conform with government standards are provided with accessible and safe amenities for persons with disabilities.
  • S.7. There is a disaster risk reduction and management program in compliance with R.A. 10121, otherwise known as the “Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2020”
  • S.8. Policies on the use of student facilities are in place.
  • S.9. An integrated service program that caters to the various needs of foreign students are available, whenever applicable.
  • S.10. A liaison officer is available to assist foreign students in their transactions with concerned government agencies, whenever applicable.
  • S.11. There are programs for life skills training (e.g. Conflict and stress management, harassment, etc.) counseling, testing and referrals for students with special needs.
  • S.12. The institution provides opportunities for promotion and appreciation of culture and arts.
  • S.13. The institution has well equipped offices for:
    • S.13.1. Culture and the Arts ;
    • S.13.2. Sports Development;
    • S.13.3. Student Publications; and
    • S.13.4. Medical-Dental Clinic.
    • S.14. There is a well-furnished medical-dental clinic.
    • S.15. There is a medical and dental program designed for:
      • S.15.1. diagnostic purposes;
      • S.15.2. first aid;
      • S.15.3. prevention and prophylaxis; and
      • S.15.4. physical-dental exam.
  • S.16. An updated information on student health condition is available to parents/guardians.
  • S.17. There are mechanisms to promote national, sectoral and cultural sports activities and development in coordination with concerned agencies.
  • S.18. There are financial assistance programs designed for:
    • S.18.1. educational loans;
    • S.18.2. student assistantship;
    • S.18.3. attendance to seminars, training(sports, leadership, etc);
    • S.18.4. grants-in-aid; and
    • S.18.5. other (please specify)_______________.

IMPLEMENTATION

  • I.1. The faculty and students are properly informed of the admission guidelines and retention policies.
  • I.2. The policies and procedures on selection, admission and retention of students are implemented.
  • I.3. The following student admission records are filled and made available to concerned parties:
    • I.3.1. enrollment trends;
    • I.3.2. drop-out rate;
    • I.3.3. licensure examination results and passing percentage;
    • I.3.4. employability of graduates;
    • I.3.5. student transferees; and
    • I.3.6. student classification by specialization.
  • I.4. Retention policies are approved by the Academic Council and confirmed by the Board of Regents/Trustees.
  • I.5. The list of tuition and other school fees is posted conspicuously.
  • I.6 The institution provides access to scholarship and financial assistance.
  • I.7. Guidelines on scholarship and financial assistance are widely and promptly disseminated.
  • I.8. Criteria for safety, sanitation and food choices in the school canteen/cafeteria are enforced.
  • I.9. The institution coordinates with the local government for the safety and sanitation of food service outside the school premises.
  • I.10. The institution periodically inspects food outlets for sanitation and hygiene. The sanitary permit is displayed in a prominent area of the food outlet.
  • I.11. The primary health care services are administered to all students by licensed medical, dental and allied professionals.
  • I.12. Facilities for keeping health care and updated health records of students are adequate and well-maintained.
  • I.13. Policies and procedures in the selection of student athletes, performers, writes, etc. are implemented.
  • I.14. Health and related laws, rules and regulations are enforced.
  • I.15. Licensed and competent security personnel ensure the safety and security of students.
  • I.16. Earthquake and fire drills involving students, facuty and administrative staff are conducted regularly.
  • I.17. The institution establishers programs for the students to help in crime prevention, cleanliness and orderliness, observance of a clean and green environment ,safety and security of the school premises.
  • I.18. The institution provides assistance to students on accessible, affordable, clean, conducive to learning, dormitories and housing facilities.
  • I.19. The institution ensures that the students right to practice his/her religion is respected.
  • I.20. Submission of required reports on foreign students to concerned government agencies is done, whenever applicable.
  • I.21. The Code of Conduct for foreign students in the country is enforced.
  • I.22. The institution accommodates students with special needs.
  • I.23. There is a regular submission of the list of students with special needs to the CHEDRO describing the institutions intervention programs.
  • I.24. Sports development programs are regularly conducted.
  • I.25. The institution ensures opportunities for students to participate in socio and civic action activities.
  • I.26. The students are converted with Life and Accident Insurance.
  • I.27. The institution rewards SAS staff for exceptional job performance.
  • I.28. The institution informs the students and other stakeholders on other related programs and services not cited in CMO No. 9 s. 2013.

OUTCOME/S

  • O.1. The institutional programs and services develop student potentials to the fullest.