'Kahusayan at karangalan sa paglilingkod sa sambayanan' UP Diliman Programs and Services for our Iskolars ng Bayan Prepared by the Office of Counseling and Guidance (OCG), Office of Student Activities (OSA), Office of Student Housing (OSH), Office of Scholarships and Student Services (OSSS) Student Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT), University Food Service (UFS), Diliman Learning Resource Center (DLRC), National Service Training Program (NSTP) and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (OVCSA) for the UP Diliman Chancellor’s Convocation February 20, 2013 Mission Statement of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (OVCSA) (From the OVCSA Strategic Planning held in August 2011) Creation of a nurturing, enabling, empowering environment, through sustained and responsive program and services that : Promote the rights, welfare, and well being of our students Develop their capacity for transformative leadership and the participatory governance . Instill the values of social responsibility, social involvement Help them actualize the mission UP as a National University ‘honor and excellence in the service of the Filipino people’ 'Kahusayan at karangalan sa paglilingkod sa sambayanan ‘: The UPD Promoting Participatory leadership and governance and Programs and Services for our Iskolars ng Bayan social responsibility (OVCSA , January 2012) Promoting Social Responsibility/social involvement Transformative Leadership Responding to Participatory governance Psycho-emotional wellness Socio-economic Needs Organizational mgmt and sustainable lifestyles Student housing Basic life skills Nutritious & affordable meals ‘Adaptability’ skills Scholarships Counseling and Guidance Socialized tuition fee Support to Peer Counselors/Facilitators Other forms of financial support Academic Work Crisis Intervention (SA/GA) Tutoring services and mentoring programs Enrichment programs Student Recognition Programs Promoting Participatory Leadership and Governance and Social Responsibility Summit of Student Organizations Office for Student Activities (OSA) conducted a UPD wide summit for university-wide and college based organizations in 2011 It became a venue for all organizations to discuss current problems and situations as well as possible solutions. Inter-Fraternity – Sorority Summit A fraternity and sorority summit was conducted in October 2012 to recognize the significant contributions of fraternities and sororities to the university. Its main objective is to help promote peace in the UPD campus and establish camaraderie and genuine sisterhood and brotherhood across fraternities and sororities A peace manifesto was signed by the representatives of different fraternities and sororities in UP Diliman OVCSA and OSA’s Parangal sa mga Natatanging Samahan na Naglilingkod sa Bayan (Launched in February 2012) UP ECONOMICS SOCIETY’S PROJECTHANAN UP Economics Towards Consciousness’ (ETC) Consciousness Raising Activities UP Cursor’s Tip Wizard at Malaya Elementary School ‘Paglilingkod sa Bayan’ Talks by UPD Alumni during the University Job Fair (UJF) College Tours of the USC and OCG (started with the January 2012 UJF ) OSA Website Through the OSA the policies, guidelines, requirements, reminders, forms, information and contact numbers of university-wide orgs info became available online for easy access by UPD students and those from other colleges and universities. Samu’t Sari Hosted by word press, this OSA publication site is used to disseminate information regarding the incoming activities of the office and other programs that were held by the office. UPD NSTP Coordinating Office 1. The UPD NSTP Office initiated a framework setting for UPD NSTP through the TATAK UP concept in drafting the UPD NSTP Office Structure and Guidelines and the UPD NSTP Common Module. 2. Taking into consideration the current NSTP UPD Guidelines and the latest NSTP IRR amended in 2009, the UPD NSTP Office drafted the proposal for the formal establishment of the UPD NSTP Office. 3. The UPD NSTP Office drafted the NSTP Common Module for UPD, as required by the NSTP Law. UPD NSTP PROJECTS: Shaping Tatak UP through Community service To gather proposals and recommendations from the ground level, the UPD NSTP Office initiated a consultative workshop on the UPD NSTP Guidelines and Common Module held on January 28-29 and February 4 2013, entitled Shaping Tatak UP Through Community Service Discussions and resolutions on The UPD NSTP Office Proposal and the UPD NSTP Common Module were made during the said consultation/workshop UPD Disaster Response Center In response to the HABAGAT disaster the UPD NSTP Office drew up a Three Phase Disaster Response and Preparedness Plan – TULONG OBLE. Along with the Office of the ViceChancellor for Community Affairs, Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs and the All-UP Worker’s Union, the UPD NSTP Office established and headed the UP Diliman Disaster Response Center (UPDDRC) Despite limited resources, the UPDDRC was able to service 300-500 affected families in and outside campus who were affected by the Habagat, but most of all initiated the collaboration amongst the various UP Academic Units and other units concerned in the university. Promoting Participatory Leadership and Governance and Social Responsibility among our students 2012 UPD Student Code of Conduct Prepared by a drafting committee composed of the UCSOAW, OVCSA, UP Student Regents of AY 2011-12, UPD USC Officers of AY 2011-12, 2012-13, Representatives of the 2010 Student Code drafting committee and involved a long process of consultation with student councils and student organizations Salient Features: - Provides for simultaneous handling of cases resulting to speedier resolution of cases - Provides for student representatives in the Adhoc disciplinary hearing committees, except in cases of intellectual dishonesty Promoting Participatory Leadership and Governance and Social Responsibility among our students 2012 UPD Student Code of Conduct Salient Features - Student’s right to counsel is underscored - Hearing procedures shall not be bound by technical rules of court and shall be summary in nature - Use of Alternative Dispute Resolution when appropriate - Employs corrective measures rather than sanctions or punitive measures. Community service will be used as a form of ‘corrective measure’ The draft 2012 UPD Student Code of Conduct has been approved by the UPD University Council (with a few modifications) and will be submitted to the BOR for approval. Promoting Participatory Leadership and Governance and Social Responsibility among our students Proposed UPD Student Manual, which will include - A section on the Declaration of Rights and Responsibilities of Students prepared by the 2011-12 USC, 2011-12 OSR in cooperation with the OC and the OVCSA - 2012 Code of Student Conduct as approved by the UPD University Council and the Board of Regents Promoting wellness and sustainable lifestyles among UPD students through… …. the OCG and CHK Wellness Program for student athletes which was started in June 2012. Wellness programs of the OCG and the DGO for the Student Residence Halls Re-assigning In-house Counselors in the Dorms Staff Development program for the Residence Hall Staff and Student Resident Assistants (such as the three-day seminar workshop entitled ‘ Effective Helping Skills’ for Dormitory Managers and House parents by the OCG) Peer Facilitator Program Gender Sensitivity Training for Dormers and Residence Hall Staff Providing Nutritious and Affordable Meals Value meals @ P 50.00 at the Grille Canteen of the University Food Service Discounted food orders for students activities/student organizations Meals for Student Athletes ( w/ specific Dietary Prescriptions prepared by the University Health Service) Bakery and Student Meal Outlets at the Centennial Dorm Return of Food Service at the Dorms (starting with the Kalayaan Dorm in 2013) DILIMAN LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER Provides FREE GROUP TUTORIALS Chem 16 Free one- on- one tutorials Math 17 International Students Program of the Office of Student Activities (OSA) The processing of visa and i-card was once again designated to OSA as a part of its service to the UPD International students “Kumustahan 2012” Chancellor’s Reception The Chancellor’s Reception was once again held after years of hibernation It aims to allow the International students to meet the different officials of the University and to meet the Chancellor himself. Improving our Student Residence Halls through the P50 M CHED Grant RESIDENCE HALL Rehabilitation of Residence Halls from CHED GRANT 50M FY2012 AMOUNT ILANG-ILANG Re-piping of water lines and renovation of CR and ceiling works 8,000,000.00 IPIL Renovation of Ipil Residence hall phase II 3,464,077.67 KALAYAAN Re-piping and renovation of CR + bathroom 11,449,500.00 KAMAGONG Repairs/Renovation of leaking 3,000,000.00 KAMIA Renovation of rooms and re-painting 2,000,000.00 MOLAVE Renovation of ceiling, re-roofing, drainage and repainting 6,000,000.00 SAMPAGUITA Rehabilitation of corridors walls and fabrication of residents lockers 4,500,000.00 SANGGUMAY Re-roofing and Re-painting 3,000,000.00 YAKAL Re-roofing and Re-painting 8,500,000.00 OSH Committee on Supplies and Utilities regularly monitors UTILITY and supplies EXPENSES to promote efficient use of resources (based on the average of 3 months) OSH Quick Reaction Teams ₱776.46 ₱688.83 ₱678.09 ₱606.93 ₱409.97 ₱353.73 ILANG-ILANG KALAYAAN 1956 MOLAVE SAMPAGUITA 1975 1957 YAKAL CENTENNIAL 1948 1962 2010 Improving UPD’s financial assistance programs • Improved information dissemination on the various Financial Assistance Programs of UPD (through the OSSS Website, posters, regular coordination with College Secretaries and OSAs) • Online access of OSSS student records to facilitate process of applying or renewal of their scholarship grants during the registration. • Setting up of special student financial assistance programs, such as: Short Term Cash Loan – funds donated by private donors CHED Safe Loan Special Financial Assistance Program (Adopt-a-Student Program) – with support from private donors Increasing STFAP beneficiaries in the last 5 years Source: Office of Stcholarships and Student Assistance , UP diliman) BRACKET SCHEME A B C D E E1 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 42 187 745 151 66 36 254 1409 272 112 20 181 1099 706 17 224 1371 969 26 291 1606 1197 65 345 1827 1229 173 256 299 328 83 74 122 107 E2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 8 4 25 50 98 65 45 16 124 4 1 10 27 51 31 26 6 44 2 1 6 13 19 17 11 0 29 1 1 2 3 12 5 3 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 1626 2283 2360 2947 3541 3901 GRAPH PRESENTATION OF STFAP DATA UP DILIMAN & UPEPP FROM 2007 TO PRESENT (RECIPIENTS ONLY) 4000 3500 3000 2500 2007-2008 2008-2009 2000 2009-2010 2010-2011 1500 2011-2012 2012-2013 1000 500 0 Distribution of STFAP Beneficiaries (Source: Prof. Richard Gonzalo, OSSS OIC, 2011-2012) Distribution of STFAP Beneficiaries 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 A 4% 2% 1% 1% 1% B 16% 12% 8% 8% 8% C 62% 67% 49% 47% 45% D 13% 13% 31% 33% 34% E 6% 6% 11% 11% 12% Increasing number of granted STFAP Appeals in UP DILIMAN/UPEPP (2007-2012) AY NO. OF APPEALS GRANTED/ REBRACKETED NOT GRANTED 2007-2008 295 177 118 2008-2009 278 172 106 2009-2010 208 155 53 2010-2011 238 187 51 2011-2012 311 258 53 2012-2013* 395 236 25 As of 5 February 2013 PENDING 134 On-going Critical Review and Reform of the STFAP • STFAP Reform proposal presents amendments in the STFAP brackets, benefits (living allowance and academic allowance), bracket assignment process (decentralized process; simpler but more accurate indicators), bracket verification process, STFAP support system • On-going series of Public Forum and Consultation in the various Constituent Universities on the STFAP c/o the OVCSA/OSAs, OSSS, OSR and the Student Councils. These public consultations are aimed at presenting the STFAP Reform proposal to students, administrators and staff in the various CUs as an immediate response to problems arising from the current implementation of the STFAP as well as explore other strategies and programs that will truly democratize rather than commercialize education in UP and other SUCs Evolving strategies for effectively identifying and analyzing the needs of students Intake Interview conducted by the Office of Counseling and Guidance (OCG) for * UPCAT qualifiers * VAAS Applicants * Certificate Programs Objective: to get to know the student’s needs, fears, study habits, emotional and financial difficulties, and other concerns and challenges they face in the various aspect of their lives. Results will be used to develop appropriate, proactive and sustainable interventions by the OCG a as well as the other offices under the OVCSA. Pagkalinga at Pagpapaunlad sa Kawani ng Bayan: OVCSA Staff Development Program Skills dev for leadership and social involvement Promoting Social Awareness Leadership development Organizational Development and Management Responding to Socio-economic Needs Security of Tenure Decent wages and staff Benefits Promoting workers’ rights Support to Career/Professional Development Staff Development for Professional Skills Dev Staff Recognition Programs Psycho-emotional wellness and sustainable lifestyles Basic life skills Time and resource mgmt Counseling for Students Peer Counseling Crisis Intervention 1) Organizational Development of OVCSA and all offices under OVCSA * Strategic Planning of all offices in 2011 * Joint Annual Assessment and Planning, Staff Development and Team building activities for all offices under OVCSA in 2011 and 2012 * Monthly meeting of the OVCSA Management Committee which is composed of the the VCSA and all the Directors/Coordinators of Offices under OVCSA * Monthly ‘Kapihan sa Kalayaan’ (beginning 2012) – two-hour issue discussion and skills development sessions for the staff of offices under OVCSA * Staff are encouraged to attend seminars and conferences (within and outside UP) that are relevant to their work * VCSA attends staff meetings and/or holds consultation meetings with the staff of offices under OVCSA 2) Promoting Staff Welfare * 7 Deviated Items in the Office of Student Housing (OSH) were corrected * 19/36 Items of the Office of Student Housing (OSH) that have been unoccupied for a long time are currently being filled up. This is in line with on-going efforts to provide security of tenure among our staff. * Promotions: 4 OSH Staff, 1 UFS Staff, 1 SDT staff * 3 Newly hired staff (supervisory positions) in UFS Iskolar ng Bayan Naglilingkod sa Bayan!