OTHER SERVICES AND PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS

 

1.  Intercollegiate Literary - Musical Contest

 

      The general objective of the program is to develop a culture of excellence in communication and performing arts among CLSU students, provide a venue for the total development of students’ personality, and to promote their cultural awareness.  Specifically, it aims to:

  • Develop and enhance the skills and talents of students in communication and performing arts.
  • Discover literary and musically-inclined students who could represent the university in local/regional/national presentations and competitions.
  • Enhance the involvement of the colleges in co-curricular activities through friendly competitions.
  • Provide the CLSU community with another form of entertainment and recreational activity.

Areas covered by the Competition:

      Literary competitions (oration, declamation, extemporaneous speaking) both in English and Filipino are planned together with the musical contests such as vocal solo, duet, choral and instrumental.  The contest areas also change from time to time in line with the DC-SUC thrusts.

 

2. Tea Party and Recognition Program

 

      Tea Party and Recognition Program is a traditional activity of the university during its graduation exercises/ceremonies.  The activity is sponsored by the three (3) organizations of the university namely: the CLSU Faculty Association, Inc., CLUTCHES and the Non-Academic Staff Association to give tribute and honour to the graduates especially those who excelled in their academic performance and other co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

 

3. Group Insurance1

 

            Section 1. All students of CLSU are enrolled in a group accident insurance plan.  Medical, burial and death benefits are given to students who meet accidents, whether inside or outside of the university premises within the period of coverage.

          Section 2. Coverage.  The insurance will cover all insured students against loss resulting   from   accidental   bodily   injuries or death.  The coverage provides   protection   to the  students  24-hours a day,  for   one  whole  year, anywhere in the world, whether  they  are  in  or  out  of  the school premises, while attending classes  during  the  hours  and  on the days when the school in   session,  including   lunch    and   recess   periods;  while traveling  to  and  from  the school premises, while traveling  in   public   or   private   conveyance   used  for land and sea travel,   while  traveling   as   fare-paying  passenger  on any commercial scheduled flights.        

          Section 3. Benefits*

                        a. Accidental Death Benefit                                               P50,000.00

                        b. Cash Assistance for Natural Death                                  15,000.00

                        c. Accidental Medical Reimbursement                                   5,000.00

                        d. Hospital Confinement Benefits**                                      300.00/day

                        e. Unprovoked murder or Assault                                         50,000.00

                        f. Burial Benefit due to Accident                                          10,000.00

*Subject to change or upgrading (depending on the proposal of the insurance company upon renewal of policy contract)

**Both from injury and natural illness and maximum of 15 days

 

4. Student Welfare Fund (SWF)

 

        Section 1. The Student Welfare Fund (SWF) takes charge of the half of the accident insurance of all bona fide undergraduate and graduate students of CLSU. While they are enrolled in the group insurance plan, half of the premium the students pay is deposited in this fund which will be used to augment other expenses of the insured.

       Section 2. Coverage. Financial assistance for the following illness and conditions requiring medical attention, hospitalization and   expert/ professional help.

Coverage

            a. Dengue fever

            b. Typhoid fever

            c. Acute Pneumonia

            d. Acute viral infection

            e. Amoebiasis

            f. Hepatitis (advance stage)

            g. Meningococcemia

            h. Urinary tract infection (advance stage)

            i. Conditions requiring surgery

            j. Dog bite requiring  Vaccination

            k. Cancer requiring chemotherapy

            l. Conditions requiring psychiatric, psychological and legal services

            m. All kinds of accidents

       Section 3.  Benefits*

            a. Accidental Death Benefit                                                           P15,000.00

            b. Cash Assistance for Natural death                                                  5,000.00

            c. Medical reimbursement for severe/

            chronic illness and those

            requiring surgery***                                                                  3,000.00-5,000.00

            d. Accidental Medical Reimbursement                                                 3,000.00

            e. Hospital Confinement Benefit**                                                          300.00/day

            f. Unprovoked murder or assault                                                         15,000.00

            g. Burial Benefits for Accidental Death                                                 3,000.00

            h. Cash assistance for special cases and

            for conditions requiring psychiatric/

            psychological and legal services***                                           3,000.00-5,000 .00

*Subject to change or upgrading (depending on the proposal of the insurance company upon renewal of policy contract)

**from injury and natural illness and maximum of 10 days

***Subject to the evaluation of OSA Dean and USSC Chair

 

5. Student Charity Trust Fund (SCTF)¹

 

           Section 1. The Student Charity Trust Fund (SCTF) must be used solely for students’ need specifically, financial assistance for illness due to natural causes, and in case of death, aid for the immediate family of the deceased student. Students can avail of financial assistance for the following illnesses or conditions requiring medical attention and hospitalization.

a. Dengue fever

b. Typhoid fever

c. Amoebiasis

d. Hepatitis (advanced stage)

e. Urinary tract infection (advanced stage)

f. Conditions requiring surgery

          Section 2. Students with illnesses/condition cited above will be entitled to financial assistance depending on the number of days of hospitalization but not to exceed P2,000.00. Those with illness/conditions cited above but were not hospitalized but suffered are entitled to 10% of the total medical expenses incurred but not to exceed P2,000.00.  Supporting documents and official receipts must be presented.

         Section 3. In the event of death for whatever cause, the immediate family of the deceased will be entitled to P 5,000.00 as aid. Injuries or conditions resulting from accidents are not included since CLSU students are already covered by a group accident insurance policy renewable annually.

 

6. Student Development Fund (SDF)²

 

         Section 1. The Student Development Fund (SDF) is the amount given to students or group of   students to promote their welfare and development   both in curricular and extra-curricular activities. It is generated from two sources namely: a) University Income (as per Board Resolution No.59-2001), a maximum amount of P300,000.00 per year but not lower than P200,000.00 will be given to students; and b) 30% of the Development Fund paid by the students every semester, (P500.00 per student).

      Section 2. Definition

 a. Student delegate(s)-  is/are the official delegate(s)representing the

     University in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities inside or                    

     outside the campus.

b.  Group of students is any of the three student organizations recognized by the   

    University through the Student Organizations Unit-Office of Student Affairs,  

    College Councils, Dorm Councils, USSC and Collegian.

c. The SDF Committee is the body which is authorized to formulate policies

     regarding the use of the 30% of the Development Fund. It is composed by the

     USSC Chairperson, SOU Officer, Dean of Students and the Vice President for

     Academic Affairs.

    Section 3. Who may avail of the SDF:

  1. Bona fide undergraduate and graduate student of CLSU who shall attend seminar, training, workshop, convention or represent the University in a competition and the like.

Note: Availment is once every semester except for a competition when a student   

         shall represent the University.

b.  Group of Students who are going to conduct seminars/trainings/workshops,

     conventions and the like to clients other than their own members.

  1. Other unit (such as SOU) which directly servicing students for leadership development but has no funds to implement activities.

      Section 4. Requirements

a. Individual Student Delegate/s

     1. Letter of request addressed to the Dean of  Students through the

         USSC Chairperson.

     2. Duly accomplished application form (SDF Form 1) and budgetary  

         Plan.

     3. Invitation for the seminar, training, workshop, convention,

         competition, and the like.

     4. Recommendation Letter from the respective College Deans

     5. Photocopy of Form 6

     6. Submission of application form and requirements at least three days  before the activity.

b. Group of Students.

        1. Letter of request addressed to the Dean of Students  through the USSC Chairperson.

        2. Duly accomplished application form (SDF Form 1)and

            budgetary Plan.

        3. Invitation for the seminar, training, workshop, convention,

            competition and the like.

        4. Certification as recognized student organization from the

            Student Organization Unit-Office of Student Affairs.

        5.  Submission of Application Form at least two weeks before

            conducting the seminar, training, workshop, convention, competition and the like.

        Section 5. Amount of Availment

a. Student Delegate/s- for the attendance to seminar, training, workshop, convention, competition and the like such as quiz bee, debates, etc.

1. International/ national- a maximum of Php. 12,000.00 for each

    activity to be attended. The amount shall be used for registration, 

    transportation and food.

 2. Regional- a maximum of Php.8,000.00 for each activity to be

     attended. The amount shall be used for registration, transportation and food.

  3.  Provincial – a maximum  of Php4,000.00 for each activity to be attended. The amount shall be used  for registration, transportation and food.

b.  Group of Students- for conduct of a university, regional or national activity.

Classification

Number of Participants

Amount to be Received

Minimum Length of Time

A

100-200

P2,500.00

Half Day

B

201-350

P5,000.00

Half Day

C

351-550

P7,500.00

Whole Day

D

551-Above

P10,000.00

Whole Day

¹BOR Resolution No. 26-2008 during the 175th Regular Meeting of the 

  CLSU Board of Regents on June 18, 2008

² BOR Resolution No. 25-2008 during the 175th Regular Meeting of the 

  CLSU Board of Regents on June 18, 2008

      Section 6. SDF Utilization Procedures

a. Secure an application form (SDF Form 1 or SDF Form whichever is applicable) from the USSC or SOU Office.

b.  Fill-up the form and attach the requirements.

c.  Secure the signatures of the members of the SDF Committee

d. Claim the cash or check from the Cashier’s Office at the Administration Building.

     Section 7. Completion Report.

a. For Individual Student Delegate- after the completion of the activity, submit to the USSC and OSA the ff:

1. Certificate  of attendance or certificate of participation.

2. Financial Report (Supported by official receipts, vouchers, etc.)

3. Activity Program and narrative report signed by the delegate.

b. For Group of Students.-Not later than 10 working days after the completion of the activity , submit to the USSC and OSA the ff:

1. Lists of participants/ delegates

2. Financial report (supported by official receipts, vouchers, etc.)

3. Narrative report signed by the Coordinator of the Activity , President of the organization and the Adviser.

Note: None compliance of the above requirements means refunding of the amount availed by the grantees. Clearances, Examination permits and admission slips of those concerne shall be withheld.