Table of Contents
I. Front-line Services
Question 1 — How to get good moral certificate and other certifications? (e.g. certifications for PNP application, certifications of not enjoying scholarship)
Answer: If you’re capable of going to the University Campus, you need to get the request form through the University Guards at the University Exit Gate and the form should be filled up before giving it back to the Staff/The University Guard. You also have to pay P50.00 for the certificate, and it will be paid to the cashier by the staff assigned/the university guards. The staff assigned/the University Guard will forward the receipt and the request form to the Office of the Student Services. The Staff will then process it, print it, and have it signed by the OSS Dean. Lastly, the Staff will bring your good moral certificate to you at the exit gate, and you just have to fill-up the Good Moral Certificate Logbook.
If requesting online, you need to message our facebook page, BUKSU-OSS for your request. The staff will then accommodate you by sending the BUKSU account details for you to deposit your payment to. Deposit your payment to the account provided. After depositing, you need to submit back a clear or scanned picture of your deposit slip. It would take 2-3 days to settle your payment between the accounting unit and the bank. The Office of the Student Services will then process it, and will send you a softcopy of your certificate through the email that you will be providing us through BUKSU-OSS.
Question 2 — How much does a Certificate cost?
Answer: This cost 50.00 Php per document, per issuance.
Question 3 — How to apply to become a student assistant?
Answer: First, the office needs a formal recommendation from the office that you will be working to, through a request letter. The request letter should indicate your name, workload, and work schedule. Once the request letter is submitted, the OSS staff will then be giving the student a 5-page application forms. The student has to fill up the forms and will submit it back to the office. The OSS staff will then be evaluating it and will tell you after a while if when the student should be working in the office.
Question 4 — What is the process for ID Reissuance?
Answer: If your ID is lost, you need to secure first an affidavit of loss from any law offices with an affixed signature of an attorney. After, you will approach our university guards and present your QR code to enter the university with the intent to reissue one’s ID. You will be proceeding to the Office of the Student Services to submit your affidavit of loss. The OSS staff will give to you the ID reissuance slip for you to submit it to the cashier. You will then pay an ID re-issuance fee of P150.00. Bring the receipt to the University Press to process your ID.
If your ID is damaged or faded, you will approach our university guards and present your QR code to enter the university with the intent to reissue your ID. You will be proceeding to the Office of the Student Services to submit your old ID. The OSS staff will give to you the ID reissuance slip for you to submit it to the cashier. You will then pay an ID re-issuance fee of P150.00. Bring the receipt to the University Press to process your ID.
Question 5 — What is the process for ID Validation?
Answer: First, you need to printout your Certificate of Registration for the recent semester that you enrolled in. You will approach our University Guards at the exit gate of the University and request to have your ID Validated. The OSS Staff will then be approaching you at the exit gate and will be asking for your COR print-out. After submitting to the staff the COR print-out, your IDs will then be validated through a validated sticker designated for the semester you’re currently enrolled in.
Question 1 — What are the scholarships I can avail of?
Answer: The current scholarship available is the Tertiary Education Subsidy.
Question 2 — How do I apply for the TES?
Answer: Applications for TES is done and facilitated by the school. Students who are enrolled are automatically submitted as applicants to the UniFAST Portal. There is no need for an applicant to come to the school and pass the needed documents. The school will provide for the documents like the COR and SOA of the grantees.
Question 3 — How is the selection of the grantees done?
Answer: The assessment of applications is centralized and managed only by UniFAST.
Question 4 — Who are qualified to be TES grantees?
Answer: The priority beneficiaries are those students who are part of households included in the Listahanan 2.0, ranked according to the estimated per capita household income; and students not part of the Listahanan 2.0, ranked according to estimate per capita household income based on submitted documentation of proof of income to be determined by the UniFAST Board;
Question 5 — Are there any applications for CHED-StuFAPS?
Answer: There are no applications for any of the CHED Student Financial Assistance Programs.
III. STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
Question 1 — Can students enter the campus?
Answer: Yes, with compliance to BukSU Office of the President’s Memorandum No. 095, S. 2020; Requirements of Students/Visitors Upon Entry to the University.