These are programs and activities designed for the enhancement and deepening of leadership skills and social responsibility, which include Student Organizations and Activities, Professional organization or societies, special interests, leadership training programs, student council/government, Student Discipline/Government, student discipline, Student Publication/media.


A. Student Activities – supervision, recognition, and monitoring of student organizations and their activities such as leadership programs, student publication, student organizations, sports development, volunteerism, peer helper program, etc.

B. Student Organizations and Activities – refer to the recognition/accreditation, supervision and monitoring of student groups including the evaluation of their activities.

C. Leadership Training – are programs and opportunities to develop and enhance leadership effectiveness in the personal level and student organizations.

D. Student Council/Government – refers to the student body duly organized and elected at large by the students themselves, with due recognition and authority from the university, as the students’ official representative in matters affecting them.

E. Student Discipline – refers to the judicious implementation of institutional rules and regulations governing student behavior and conduct.

F. Student Publication/Yearbook – refers to the official publication/organ/journal/yearbook and such other student-oriented print and non-print media of the university and/or college.