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Issuance of Certificate of Good Moral Character to Transferring Student PDF Print E-mail

Requirements: one (1) documentary stamp; honorable dismissal or transfer credential

Location: Guidance Office of the Campus

Fee: None

Steps:

  1. Present requirements to Guidance personnel. The personnel will check the requirements. If found complete, the certificate will be prepared.
  2. Sign logbook and receive the Certificate of Good Moral Character.
 
BPSU PARTICIPATES IN THE WORLD RESEARCH FESTIVAL 2013, REAPS AWARDS PDF Print E-mail
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Dr. Hermogenes M. Paguia, the Extension Chairman of BPSU Abucay Campus and Mr. Neil D. David, researcher and extensionist of the same campus presented their papers and reaped awards in the International Association of Multi-disciplinary Research (IAMURE) World Research Festival 2013 held at Marco Polo Hotel, Davao City, Philippines on May 1-4, 2013.
 
 
Private Scholarships PDF Print E-mail

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  1. Kinatawan Foundation Inc.

    The scholarship of Kinatawan Foundation Inc. was founded by former Bataan’s First District Congressman Antonino P. Roman when he was elected. Now that his wife sits as the representative, Herminia Roman sustains their foundation, particularly the scholarship. Students, who wish to avail this, must have good academic standing, must pass the scholarship qualifying examination and interview, and must be resident of the first district of Bataan. Afterwards, a stipend of Php 5,000 can be enjoyed every semester.

  2. Oscar-Mila Banzon Scholarship

    Students of Main and Balanga campus enjoy the Oscar-Mila Banzon scholarship. Full tuition fee and monthly allowance of Php 2,000 can be enjoyed by indigent students with good academic standing, must pass the scholarship qualifying examination and interview, and must be resident of Bataan. Initially BNSAT/BPSU has been a recipient of the program, with Mr and Mrs. Oscar-Mila Banzon as its benefactors.
  3. Bataan Association of USA

    BAUSA scholarship grants full enrolment expenses to its scholars. Students of Main and Abucay campus enjoy this scholarship. To qualify, indigent students must have good academic standing, must pass the scholarship qualifying examination and interview, and must be resident of Bataan. Initially BNSAT/BPSU has been a recipient of the program, with Dr. Nely S. Recaño as its benefactor.
  4. Bataan Association of Midwest USA

    Bataan Association of Midwest USA scholarship are given to Main Campus students. This entitles them to full enrolment expenses. To qualify, indigent students must have good academic standing, must pass the scholarship qualifying examination and interview, and must be resident of Bataan. Mr. Virgilio R. Baluyot serves as the scholarship’s benefactor. Initially BNSAT/BPSU has been a recipient of the program.
  5. Medina Lacson-de Leon Foundation

    The Medina Lacson-de Leon Foundation scholarship program initially provided assistance to students of the then BNSAT (now BPSU-Main Campus). Today, it caters to poor but deserving students from Main, Balanga and Abucay Campus. To qualify, indigent students must have good academic standing, must pass the scholarship qualifying examination and interview, and must be resident of Bataan. Mrs. Nellie L. Mercado serves as the scholarship’s benefactor. Its scholars receive Php 2,500 allowance every semester.
  6. Roberto Juanchito T. Dispo Scholarship

    The Roberto Juanchito T. Dispo Scholarship initially provided assistance to students of the then BNSAT. Today, it caters to poor but deserving students from Main and Balanga. To qualify, indigent students must have good academic standing, must pass the scholarship qualifying examination and interview, and must be resident of Bataan. Mr. Roberto Juanchito T. Dispo serves as the scholarship’s benefactor. Its scholars receive Php 3,000 allowance every semester.
  7. Liquigaz Philippines Corp.

    Liquigaz Philippines Corp. can be considered as one of BPSU’s biggest benefactors, headed by its President, Mr. Santanu Guha. This scholarship caters to students from Main, Balanga and Abucay Campus. It started in the first semester of Academic Year 2006-2007. To qualify, indigent students must have good academic standing, must pass the scholarship qualifying examination and interview, and must be resident of Bataan. Scholars are thereby given Php 35,000 every semester.
  8. Total Philippines Corp.

    In first semester of AY 2007-2008, Total (Philippines) Corporation started giving scholarship to engineering students from Main Campus with good academic standing. Mr. Ernst Wanten, the president of Total (Philippines), serves as the benefactor of the said scholarship. The scholarship program covers the full enrollment expenses. Moreover, grantees receive stipend of Php 5,000 every semester.
  9. Mario-Celia Vergara Foundation

    Mario-Celia Vergara Foundation began giving scholarship in First Semester of AY 2007-2008. Mr. Dan L. Vergara is the benefactor of the said scholarship. Applicants must have good academic standing and must be resident of Bataan. Moreover, only students from Main Campus and Balanga Campus who passed the qualifying examination and interview can avail the said scholarship. The scholarship program covers the full enrolment expenses of the grantees.
  10. Petron Bataan Refinery

    First batches of Petron scholars were BS in Industrial Technology students. However, in first semester of AY 2007-2008, Petron Bataan Refinery started giving its scholarship grants to BS in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering students. The scholarship program includes full enrolment expenses and allowance of Php 8,000 every semester. Only top 3rd year to 5th year students of BSME and BSEE program who have passed the interviews conducted by Petron Management can enjoy the said scholarship.
  11. Gregoria Alarcon-Mercado Foundation

    Gregoria Alarcon Mercardo Foundation began giving scholarship in first semester of AY 2010-2011. Indigent students with good academic standing can apply for such scholarship. Applicant must be a resident of Bataan and must be a student from Main Campus. To be a part of the scholarship program, applicants must pass the qualifying examination and interview. The scholarship covers the full enrolment expenses of the recipients. Mr. Alex Mercado is the benefactor of the said scholarship.
  12. Justice Emilio Gancayco Foundation

    In first semester of AY 2011-2012, Justice Emilio Gancayco Foundation started giving scholarship to Indigent students with good academic standing. Applicant for such scholarship must be a resident of Bataan and must be a student from Main and Balanga Campus. To be a part of the scholarship program, applicants must pass the qualifying examination and interview. The scholarship covers the full enrolment expenses of the recipients. Grantees also receive allowance of Php 2,000 every semester. Justice Emilio Gancayco is the benefactor of the said scholarship.
  13. PLDT-Smart Gabay Guro Scholarship Program (2G)

    PLDT-SMART started giving scholarship to secondary education students in first semester of AY 2010-2011. To qualify in the scholarship program, one must belong to families whose annual gross income is not more than Php 250,000. Also, the applicant must not be enjoying any other scholarship with benefits exceeding P7,500/sem; must have obtained a GWA of at least 85% during their last year in HS; must be of good moral character; must not have been the subject of any disciplinary action or participated in fraternity hazing or any on and off campus violence or criminal incidents; and most importantly, must be willing to sign an undertaking to teach in secondary schools in the Philippines for an equivalent number of years as the scholar has been granted scholarship. Applicants must be from Balanga and Dinalupihan Campus. Grantees are entitled with full enrolment expenses and monthly allowance of Php1, 000.
  14. Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program

    SWEEP is a first of its kind industry-academe partnership that seeks to improve the level of technology and engineering education in the country, particularly in the field of ECE. The program, which started in 2003, is designed to complement the school’s existing ECE programs by providing schools with wireless SWEEP laboratory and continuing education program. BPSU was granted SWEEP in AY 2011-2012. The benefactor of this scholarship program is Smart Communications Inc. Only one BS ECE student can avail this scholarship. This student must be a resident of Bataan and must have passed the scholarship qualifying examination and interview by SMART. The grantee will receive a tuition fee of Php 6,000; book allowance of Php 2,000 every semester and stipend of Php 3,000 a month.
  15. Missionary Society of St. Paul

    Missionary Society of St. Paul scholarship program cater to students of Main, Balanga, Dinalupihan and Orani Campus. It began in the first semester of Academic Year 2010-2011 with Missionary Society of St. Paul, represented by Fr. Joseph Cremona, as the benefactor. To qualify, students must be of good moral character and must not have been subject to any disciplinary action or participated in fraternity hazing or any on and off campus violence, and regularly attends formation meetings every Saturday and Sunday. In return, a full enrolment expenses will be covered by the scholarship.
  16. Association Compassion Asian Youth (ACAY)

    With the Main Campus as its lone beneficiary, ACAY scholarship started in the first semester, Academic Year 2011-2012. The ACAY is a non-government organization run by the sisters of the Missionaries of Mary based in Balanga City, Bataan and a partner of National Training School for Boys-DSWD Field Office IV whose efforts are focused on the realization of a complete and full human development of adolescent girls in difficult circumstances and for the restoration of the worth and dignity of Children in Conflict with the Law. Moreover, it is directed towards the enhancement of their relationship with their family, the environment, their own self and with God. This scholarship grants full tuition fee, with Sisters of Missionaries of Mary as the benefactor.
  17. Dr. Delfin O. Magpantay Scholarship Program

    University President Delfin O. Magpantay began giving scholarship grants in the first semester of Academic Year 2011-2012. Indigent student who graduated with honor during high school are qualified to be granted with this scholarship, covering full enrolment expenses.
 
PARTICIPATION TO THE SOUTHEAST ASIA COMMONALITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION 1ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PDF Print E-mail
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Dr. Sylvia B. Pangilinan, faculty of the College of Nursing and Midwifery served as one of the resource speakers in the 1st International Conference of the Southeast Asia Commonality (SEACOM) Research Foundation held on May 9-10, 2013 at the Hiyas ng Bulacan Convention Center and Bulacan State University Hostel. 

The Conference aimed to identify commonality in culture and history among Southeast Asian countries during the 9th-12th centuries.

Dr. Pangilinan discussed the outcomes of her research on “Traditional Customs Uszed by Filipina Women to Facilitate the Childbirth Continuum”.

Participants to this conference were scholars from five(5) Southeast Asian countries which include Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.  Filipino professors from the Bulacan State University, La Consolacion University, University of the Philippines and Bataan Peninsula State University. 

BPSU President Dr.Delfin O. Magpantay was also present during the activity and expressed words of gratitude to SEACOM President and CEO Dr. Jay SeungYoo  for the support afforded to the University in terms of infrastructure projects and possible research and instructional development projects in the future. 

Research and Development Director, Mrs. Arlene D. Ibañez; Research Area Chair for Balanga Campus, Mrs. Wilma B. Tumaliuan; REAS Chair for Dinalupihan Campus, Dr.Perla B. Estrella were also present in the conference.
 
BPSU Enrols to the WIPO University Initiative Program PDF Print E-mail
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Launched in 2002 at the request of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) members states, the aim of the WIPO University Initiative Program is to assist universities in developing their intellectual property and technology management capacity since universities play a vital role for the economic, technological and cultural progress of society. 

The Bataan Peninsula State University recognizing the need for IP protection and the need to respond to the call for innovation brought by the present academic climate enrolled to the WIPO University Program on October 3, 2012, a few months after establishing its University Innovation and technology Service Office (ITSO) in order to benefit from the world wide support of the World Intellectual Property Organization.  The program provides assistance in training on IP Technology Management, establishment of Technology Transfer Offices as well as IP Policy development so that the university benefit fully from the IP assets created by its researchers and IP creators.

The enrolment is expected to significantly improve the University’s industry collaboration aside from the trainings and management support that will be provided by the Program.  This is an opportunity for BPSU to find ways to finance research projects, disseminate knowledge and gain competitive advantage in negotiating with collaborating institutions.
 
The Search for the Next BPSU President is now open PDF Print E-mail
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The Bataan Peninsula State University Board of Regents formally and publicly announces that the Search for Presidency is NOW OPEN.

MINIMUM PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS 
  1. Must be a natural-born Filipino citizen.
  2. Must be of good moral character.
  3. Must not be less than thirty-five (35) years old and not more than sixty-one (61) years old at the time of application for the position (61 years old shall mean from actual date of birth and not a day older beyond 61 years old).
  4. Must be a holder of an earned relevant doctorate degree from a reputable higher education institution.
  5. Must have a proven track record as an administrator of a tertiary level institution (President, Vice-President, Dean, Campus Administrator, Academic Director, e.g. Director for Instruction, Director for Research, Director for Extension, Director for Production, Director of Student Affairs, Director for Planning and Development, who reports directly to the Vice-President or President) whether in public or private, for at least five (5) years.
  6. Must not have been convicted of any administrative offense or of any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Replacement of Dilapidated ID Card PDF Print E-mail

Requirements: Certificate of Registration; Dilapidated ID

Location: Registrar’s Office of the Campus

Fee: P200.00

Steps:

  1. Present the requirements to the Registrar’s personnel. The client will be issued with ID Replacement Form. The Replacement Form is valid for five days to allow students to enter the campus until his/her ID is processed. ID processing is scheduled every Thursday at the MIS Office (Main Campus).
  2. Pay the ID Fee at the Cashier’s Office. Get the official receipt (OR) of payment.
  3. Proceed at MIS Office at the Main Campus and present OR and ID Replacement Form.
  4. Receive the ID Card.
 
Re-issuance of Lost ID Card PDF Print E-mail

Requirements: Certificate of Registration; Letter explaining the loss

Location: Registrar’s Office of the Campus

Fee:P200.00

Steps:

  1. Present requirements and secure Affidavit of Loss form at the Office of Administrative Services.
  2. Fill out the Affidavit of Loss form and have it validated by the staff of the Office of Administrative Services.
  3. Submit the Affidavit of Loss to the Registrar’s personnel. The client will be issued with ID Re-issuance Form. The Re-issuance Form is valid for five days to allow students to enter the campus until his/her ID is processed. ID processing is scheduled every Thursday at the MIS Office (Main Campus).
  4. Pay the ID Fee at the Cashier’s Office. Get the official receipt (OR) of payment.
  5. Proceed to MIS Office at the Main Campus and present OR and ID Re-issuance Form.
  6. Receive the ID Card.
 
About Student Services PDF Print E-mail

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The Office for Student Affairs provides programs, facilities, and services that extend and enhance the student experience at the University. The OSA collaborate actively with students, faculty, and staff to develop programs and services that enhance the quality of life at the university and foster a just and humane campus. To encourage students develop ethically, intellectually, socially, and physically are among the aims of OSA. Students learn to act responsibly at the campus level, while embracing leadership and involvement on and off campus.

It is a service office in the sense that it serves and looks after the interests of students. It looks after the extra curricular activities of students for their wholesome physical growth and development so that venues can be provided, where students can creatively direct their energies, maximize their potentials, and participate actively in the school activities.

The OSA covers the following areas of student life in the University: (1) scholarship and financial aid; (2) student organizations; (3) arts and culture; (4) sports; (5)student publications, (6) job placement; (7) guidance and counseling, and (8) library and information services.

 
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