Scholarships and grants to students shall be awarded in accordance with pertinent rules and regulations of the University.
A student can avail of only one scholarship.
Special grants are given only to students who belong to low socio-economic status.
Criteria for selection will be set by the agency/donor of the grant in coordination with the Office of the Scholarship Coordinator.
The funds for scholarship received as trust fund shall be spent solely for the purpose.
Donors are to deposit the funds on or before the start of the enrollment period of the first semester or for the whole year.
A scholarship committee (composed of the Dean of Student Affairs, Guidance, Scholarship Coordinator, Student Services Coordinator and Supreme Student Council President) screen all applicants and possible candidates for scholarships or grants. The committee then submits the bio-data of the applicants or candidates to the University President for approval in case of a scholarship or to the donor agency for its approval in case of a grant.
Some scholarship grants include tuition and miscellaneous fees, book allowance per semester, and a monthly stipend. A memorandum of Agreement (MOA) containing provisions of scholarship is executed between the scholar and the university/sponsor.
Some scholarships specify that the recipient pay back the stipend in installment as soon as the scholar has a job. A MOA for this purpose is also executed between the scholar and the university/sponsor.
The Student Assistantship Program is designed to offer learning experience of an office work while earning extra income to augment and support their studies. Students accepted to this program are assigned to the different offices of the university. They are to render services to their assigned offices for a duration of one semester/summer. In return, the university pays for the corresponding number of hours rendered by them.
The student assistant applicant must meet the following requirements:
A student assistant is allowed to work for not more than 4 hours a day. The total number of hours served shall not exceed 50 hours per month, except for important institutional activities rendered during summer (e.g., screening, enrollment, special university project, etc.).