The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) is committed to facilitate the integral development of students to become self-directed individuals, capable of facing a globally competitive world, equipped with human and moral values and responsive to the needs of others
- Organize leadership and training programs for the development of students’ self confidence of their strengths and weaknesses so that they may become productive individuals not only in their own personal and professional lives but also as committed citizens of the country.
- Establish local national and international linkages with other institutions/agencies for leadership trainings, cultural, literary and artistic activities, ecological projects, gender-sensitivity trainings and seminars.
- Plan trainings and maximize the use of existing services in developing democratic skills among its students.
- Organize leadership and training programs that will help students develop self confidence, discover their strengths and weaknesses so that they become productive individuals in their own professional and work fields;
- Provide financial help through scholarship programs and student labor;
- Act as integrator of both the students’ and institutions’ interests or ultimate goal through professional student development experts;
- Establish local, national and international linkages with other institutions/agencies through leadership trainings, cultural, literacy and artistic activities, ecological-projects, sensitivity-gender trainings, seminars and the like;
- THE HEIGHTS
- SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS
WVSU-JC SERVICES EXTENDED TO STUDENTS
- STUDENT ASSISTANTSHIP PROGRAM
- STUDENT LABOR PROGRAM
- STUDENT LOANS
- STUDENT COUNSELING
- MEDICAL/DENTAL SERVICES
- SPORTS & CULTURAL SERVICES
- CAMPUS STUDENT COUNCIL (CSC)
- ORGANIZATION OF TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENT (OTES)
- HOTEL & RESTAURANT SERVICES TECHNOLOGY (HRSTSO)
- HEALTHCARE SERVICES STUDENT ORGANIZATION (HSSO)
- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENT SOCIETY (ITSS)
- ORGANIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS (OITS)
- GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD)
- YOUNG SOCIAL SCIENCE STUDENT ENVOYS (YSSSE)
- CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST (CCC)
- SAMAHAN NG MGA MAG-AARAL SA FILIPINO (SAMAGFIL)
- ASSOCIATION OF INTEGRATED MATHEMATICIANS (AIM)
- ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT ASSISTANTS (ASA)
- ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ASSOCIATION (ELLA)
- PUBLIC SPEAKING GUILD (PSG)
- ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE EDUCAORS, MOVERS, BUILDERS AND LEADERS (ASSEMBLE)
- CAMPUS BAND
STEP 1: Prepare a cover letter that contains the details of the activity.
It must be prepared by the in-charge of the activity, NOTED by the adviser/ faculty in-charge and School Director, and RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL by the Dean of Instruction and the OSA Head then APPROVED by the Campus Administrator. Kindly follow the correct format in letter writing. (depending on the kind of permit)
It must be computer written in long size bond paper. Kindly accomplish in two copies.
STEP 2: In a separate sheet of paper list down the names of participants in alphabetical order.
Kindly follow this format. (Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial then indicate the Course/ Year & Section)
STEP 3: If STEP 1 & 2 are done, proceed to the OSA Office and get the permit required.
PERMIT A(Non-Academic Activities and Activities with Academic Components)
- Held inside the School Campus during class hours, class days after 7:00 PM, weekends and holidays)
PERMIT B(For Academic and Non-Academic Activities)
- Held outside the school campus
STEP 4: Get the waivers / parents’ consent from the OSA
STEP 5: Fill up the forms and return them to the OSA after all requirements are complete (that includes the Permit itself, the waivers and the Estimated Financial budget for the activity)
- All permits must be done and submitted to the OSA two (2) days before the conduct of the activity.
- No permit/s will be approved if processed a day before the activity.