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Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: May 2, 2019

TO: DR. MATT NUMER OFALLA


PROF. MARIEN LAURETO

SUBJECT: REPORT FOR DUTY ON MAY 3, 2019, 8:00 AM AT THE CAPSU


CENTRAL OFFICE

You are hereby directed to report for duty on May 3, 2019, 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM. at the CAPSU
Central office Board Room in connection with the review of the propose MOA between the
university and the University of Mercu Buana Yogyakarte, Indonesia.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

November 12, 2018

DIR. EDILBERTO ORILLOS


OIC Director -CHED Region VI
Magsaysay Village, La Paz, Iloilo City

Attention:

MS. MA. KAREN CATALINA G. ZALDIVAR


Education Supervisor II
TG-G1A Regional Coordinator
CHED Region VI

Sir:

Greetings in the name of public service!

Herewith, we are sending to your office the Certificate of Enrolment and the GWA of the
Tulong Dunong Grantees of the Main Campus and the Dayao Satellite College. These two
documents are needed for the release of the financial assistance of the Tulong Dunong Grantees
of the two campuses for the 1st semester of AY 2018-2019.

Furthermore we would like to request for the list of the 772 Tulong Dunong Grantees through
the effort of Congressman Fredenil H. Castro. The list will help us determine who among the
list have already graduated or dropped and then we can come up with a new listing of the
Tulong Dunong Grantees through Cong. Castro.

GOD Bless, more power and thank you for your usual support and assistance.

Very truly yours.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


Office of the University President
SUC President

approved

July 13, 2018

DR. DANILO E. ABAYON


ASU President/SUC-ACAP President
Aklan State University
Banga, Aklan

Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!

Globalization is becoming an increasingly important metric for the survival and prosperity of
every nations and corporations; hence preparing our students to be globally competitive is a
necessity.

The purpose of reaching out to you is to inquire on the SUC- ACAP Inc. Student Development
Program particularly on sending agriculture students for internship to Israel.

We are aware that SUC-ACAP Inc. has a tie up with some institutions in Israel where
agriculture students could probably have their internship. In this connection, I would like to
request that Capiz State University be included in the list of recipient schools to avail of your
Internship Program.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

God Bless and more power.


Office of the University President

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

July 13, 2018

MR. SHINICHI KITAOKA


President
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
1-6th floor, Nibancho Center Building
5-25 Niban-cho, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo102-8012, Japan

Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University.

Capiz State University is an academic institution whose general mandate is to provide advanced
instruction and professional training in agriculture, fishery and forestry, science and technology, arts and
humanities, education and other related fields. It also undertakes research, extension services and
production activities, and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

CAPSU envisions the university to be the Center of Academic Excellence in Region VI in particular and
in the country or even globally in general. One of the strategies crafted to realize the vision is faculty
and staff development that is sending teaching and non-teaching personnel to national and international
meetings, fora, symposia, trainings and conferences to further their knowledge in their respective fields.
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However, the strategy of sending faculty and staff especially abroad entails so much monetary
requirements that the university could not afford.

In the past Capiz State University formerly known as Panay State Polytechnic College had been a
recipient of JICA’s Training Program Grants. The knowledge learned by the former JICA trainees in
their training in Japan benefited so much the university in terms of its Instruction, Research, Extension
and Production function.

As of today and with the rapid change in technology the training of the university’s human resources is
wanting to keep abreast with the changing trends.

With the above mentioned contention we humbly ask for your benevolence to consider Capiz State
University faculty and staff to be in your list of recipient grantees.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

July 13, 2018

AMBASSADOR EFFIE BEN MATITYAU


Israel Ambassador to the Philippines
Israel Embassy
11th Floor, Avecshares Center, Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City, Manila

Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!

Globalization is becoming an increasingly important metric for the survival and prosperity of every nations
and corporations; hence preparing our faculty, staff and students to be globally competitive is a necessity.
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Capiz State University is an academic institution whose general mandate is to provide advanced instruction
and professional training in agriculture, fishery and forestry, science and technology, arts and humanities,
education and other related fields. It also undertakes research, extension services and production activities,
and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

CAPSU envisions the university to be the Center of Academic Excellence in Region VI in particular and in
the country or even globally in general. One of the strategies crafted to realize the vision is faculty, student
and staff development that is sending teaching and non-teaching personnel as well as students to national
and international meetings, fora, symposia, trainings and conferences to further enhance their knowledge in
their respective fields. However, the strategy of sending faculty, staff and students especially abroad entails
so much monetary requirements that the university could not afford.

And so the purpose of reaching out to you is to ask assistance from your office to link the university to
some benevolent institutions in Israel who can possibly offer scholarship or training grants to our teaching
and nonteaching personnel and possibly students.

Your assistance is very crucial in our quest to the advancement of our human resources to meet the ever
changing trends of the current global scenario.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and assistance.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

July 13, 2018

Mr. Michael Peiyung Hsu


Taiwan Ambassador
Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines
41F, Tower 1 RCBC Plaza, 6819 Ayala Avenue,
Makati City 1200, Metro Manila
Office of the University President
Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!

Capiz State University is an academic institution whose general mandate is to provide advanced instruction
and professional training in agriculture, fishery and forestry, science and technology, arts and humanities,
education and other related fields. It also undertakes research, extension services and production activities,
and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

CAPSU envisions the university to be the Center of Academic Excellence in Region VI in particular and in
the country or even globally in general. One of the strategies crafted to realize the vision is faculty, student
and staff development that is sending teaching and non-teaching personnel as well as students to national
and international meetings, fora, symposia, trainings and conferences to further enhance their knowledge in
their respective fields. However, the strategy of sending faculty, staff and students especially abroad entails
so much monetary requirements that the university could not afford.

In the past Capiz State University formerly known as Panay State Polytechnic College had been a
recipient of Training Program Grants in vegetable production sponsored by the government of Taiwan.
The knowledge learned by the former trainees in their training in Taiwan benefited so much the
university in terms of its Instruction, Research, Extension and Production function.

And so the purpose of reaching out to you is to ask assistance from your office to link again the university
to some benevolent institutions in Taiwan who can possibly offer scholarship or training grants to our
teaching and nonteaching personnel and possibly students particularly in the field of Agriculture, taking
advantage of Taiwan’s strength in Agri-technology.

Furthermore, aside from scholarship or training grants that some institutions in Taiwan may provide to the
university, there might be some areas of collaboration that can be forged like in the tropical agriculture
infrastructure development, establishment of demo farms, agricultural technology exchange and many
more.

Your assistance is very crucial in our quest to the advancement of our human resources and the
improvement of our infrastructure facilities to meet the ever changing trends of the current global scenario.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and assistance.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
July 13, 2018

The President
The Organization for Industrial Spiritual and
Cultural Advancement International (OISCA)
17-5 Izumi 2-Chome, Suginami-ku
Tokyo 168-0063
Japan

Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University.

Capiz State University is an academic institution whose general mandate is to provide advanced
instruction and professional training in agriculture, fishery and forestry, science and technology, arts and
humanities, education and other related fields. It also undertakes research, extension services and
production activities, and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

CAPSU envisions the university to be the Center of Academic Excellence in Region VI in particular and
in the country or even globally in general. One of the strategies crafted to realize the vision is faculty
and staff development that is sending teaching and non-teaching personnel to national and international
meetings, fora, symposia, trainings and conferences to further their knowledge in their respective fields.
However, the strategy of sending faculty and staff especially abroad entails so much monetary
requirements that the university could not afford.

In the past Capiz State University formerly known as Panay State Polytechnic College had been a
recipient of OISCA’s Hands-on Experiential Training Program Grants. The knowledge learned by the
former OISCA trainees in their training in Japan benefited so much the university in terms of its
Instruction, Research, Extension and Production function.

As of today and with the rapid change in technology the training of the university’s human resources is
wanting to keep abreast with the changing trends.

With the above mentioned contention we humbly ask for your benevolence to consider Capiz State
University faculty and staff to be in your list of recipient grantees.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
July 13, 2018

MR. SHIN, MYUNG SEOP


KOICA Philippines Country Director
29/F Petron Megaplaza,
358 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue,
Makati City

Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!

Globalization is becoming an increasingly important metric for the survival and prosperity of every nations
and corporations; hence preparing our faculty, staff and students to be globally competitive is a necessity.

Capiz State University is an academic institution whose general mandate is to provide advanced instruction
and professional training in agriculture, fishery and forestry, science and technology, arts and humanities,
education and other related fields. It also undertakes research, extension services and production activities,
and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

CAPSU envisions the university to be the Center of Academic Excellence in Region VI in particular and in
the country or even globally in general. One of the strategies crafted to realize the vision is faculty, student
and staff development that is sending teaching and non-teaching personnel as well as students to national
and international meetings, fora, symposia, trainings and conferences to further enhance their knowledge in
their respective fields. However, the strategy of sending faculty, staff and students especially abroad entails
so much monetary requirements that the university could not afford.

In the past Capiz State University formerly known as Panay State Polytechnic College had been a
recipient of KOICA’s Fellowship Program. The knowledge learned by the former KOICA trainees in
their training in Korea benefited so much the university in terms of its Instruction, Research, Extension
and Production function.

Furthermore, aside from fellowship Grant, there might be some areas of collaboration that can be forged
like the establishment of agriculture infrastructure development projects, establishment of demo farms,
agricultural technology exchange and many more.

Your assistance is very crucial in our quest to the advancement of our human resources and the
improvement of our infrastructure facilities to meet the ever changing trends of the current global scenario.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and assistance.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

July 31, 2018

Dir. Mae. L. Chua


OIC Regional Director
DBM Regional Office VI
Iloilo City

MADAM:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University.

The purpose of reaching out to you is to request for the issuance of SARO with the corresponding NCA in
the total amount of four hundred thousand pesos (Ph. 400,000.00) to cover payment for the 33 SUC-TDP
grantees of the university list hereto attach for SY 2018-2019.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
CapSU Memo Order
No.______________
Series of 2018 v/.
July 13, 2018

TO : ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTORS


Attention: OSA CHAIRS

SUBJECT : SUBMISSION OF NAMES OF IDENTIFIED SUC TDP GRANTEES

Please be informed that the university has an available 33 slots for the SUC-TDP financial assistance of
Ph. 6.000.00 per semester per grantee. The 33 slots are proportionately distributed to the different
Campuses and Satellite Colleges. See matrix below for your reference. Please submit to Ms. Mary Joy
G. Agnas of the VPAA Office before July 18, 2018 the names of your identified grantees encoded in the
CHED Master list and Data Base Forms in soft and hard copies.

Campus/Satellite College Number of Grantees


Main Campus 11
Dayao 3
Potevedra 5
Pilar 2
Sigma 3
Mambusao 2
Burias 3
Dumarao 2
Tapaz 2
TOTAL 33

For your usual prompt cooperation.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

CapSU Memo Order


No.______________
Series of 2018
Office of the University President
July 16, 2018

TO : ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTORS


Attention: REGISTRARS/DESIGNATED HR

SUBJECT : SUBMISSION OF TOTAL NUMBER AND LIST OF ENROLLEES, JUNIOR AND


SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AND LIST OF
PERMANENT AND CASUAL FACULTY AND EMPLOYEEES

Relative to the Insurance coverage of our students you are hereby directed to submit the following
documents:

1. Summary of Enrollment of the Junior High School, Senior High School and Undergraduate enrollees.
2. List of enrolled students of the Junior High School, Senior High School and Undergraduate enrollees per
program and per curricular year. Also include in the list the home address, contact number and the
name of the guardian/parent. The report should be signed by the Registrar.
3. List of faculty and staff both those in permanent and casual status. The list should be signed by the
designated HR.

The above mentioned documents should be submitted to the office of Mrs. Vicky R. Durana on or
before July 19, 2018. Furthermore, please double check the list that you will be submitting because
only those names reflected in the list are deemed to be insured.

For your usual prompt cooperation.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

July 18, 2018

MR. REYNALDO B. CARBONEL


PCSO
Department Manager
Office of the University President
Assets and Supply Mgt. Dept., 11/F, Sun Plaza Building
1507 Princeton Street corner Shaw Boulevard
Mandaluyong City 1552

Sir:

Greetings from the Capiz State University community!

Capiz State University is the only State University in the Province of Capiz. It has three(3)
campuses and six(6) Satellite Colleges strategically located in the different municipalities of
the province. Among the campuses and satellite Colleges, eight (8) are situated in the
barangays which some are far flung from the city. One of the services that we provide to our
students is health and wellness. There are doctors and or nurses assigned in the different
campuses/satellite colleges to look into the health aspects of the students. However, in cases
of emergency we do not have an ambulance who can transport patients to the nearest
hospital. Furthermore, the university does not only cater to the health needs of the students,
faculty and staff, but the surrounding community as well. In fact some of the school
physicians report to the Barangay Health Center once or twice a week.

Moreover, CAPSU has been awarded for two(2) consecutive years as 1st in the Regional and
3rd in the National Gawad Kalasag(Kalamidad at Sakuna Labanan Sariling Galing ang
Kaligtasan), a search for excellence in Disaster Risk Reduction Management(DRRM) and
humanitarian assistance. Gawad Kalasag, organized by NDRRMC is the country’s premier
annual award for outstanding contribution to DRRM. During the evaluation process, the only
drawback which prevent us to garner 1st place in the National Gawad Kalasag is the presence
of an ambulance. According to the evaluator the existence of an ambulance which we do not
have would greatly help us in cases of emergency. But, purchasing of an ambulance is not
feasible in the current financial situation of the University.

With the above mentioned contention we humbly ask for your benevolence to consider Capiz
State University to be in your list of ambulance donation beneficiary.

Your assistance is very crucial in our desire to be of greater service to our constituents and
community as well.

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


Office of the University President
SUC President III

July 18, 2018

DR. BERNARDO H. GOCHOCO, JR.


PCSO
Department Manager
Medical Services Department
3/F, Radiotherapy Bldg.
LCP Compllex, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City

Sir:

Greetings from the Capiz State University community!

Capiz State University is the only State University in the Province of Capiz. It has three(3) campuses and
six(6) Satellite Colleges strategically located in the different municipalities of the province. Among the
campuses and satellite Colleges, eight (8) are situated in the barangays which some are far flung from
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the city. One of the services that we provide to our students is health and wellness. There are doctors
and or nurses assigned in the different campuses/satellite colleges to look into the health aspects of
the students.

Furthermore, the university does not only cater to the health needs of the students, faculty and staff,
but the surrounding community as well. In fact some of the school physicians report to the Barangay
Health Center once or twice a week.

The university despite its limited financial resources is giving free medicines to students and to the
people in the community during consultation. Sad to say however, that we could not dispense so much
medicines as the patients need because what we have is limited.

It is on the above mentioned premise that we are appealing on your sympathetic and compassionate
heart to donate medicines to the university.

Your assistance is very crucial in our desire to be of greater service to our constituents and community as
well.

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
July 18, 2018

GEN. ANSELMO P. PINILI


Chairperson
PCSO
3/F Sun Plaza Bldg.
1507 Princeton Street corner Shaw Boulevard
Mandaluyong City 1552

Sir:

Greetings from the Capiz State University community!

Capiz State University is the only State University in the Province of Capiz. It has three(3)
campuses and six(6) Satellite Colleges strategically located in the different municipalities of
the province. Among the campuses and satellite Colleges, eight (8) are situated in the
barangays which some are far flung from the city. One of the services that we provide to our
students is health and wellness. There are doctors and or nurses assigned in the different
campuses/satellite colleges to look into the health aspects of the students. However, in cases
of emergency we do not have an ambulance who can transport patients to the nearest
hospital. In addition, the university does not only cater to the health needs of the students,
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faculty and staff, but the surrounding community as well. In fact some of the school
physicians report to the Barangay Health Center once or twice a week.

Furthermore, CAPSU has been awarded for two(2) consecutive years as 1 st in the Regional
and 3rd in the National Gawad Kalasag(Kalamidad at Sakuna Labanan Sariling Galing ang
Kaligtasan), a search for excellence in Disaster Risk Reduction Management(DRRM) and
humanitarian assistance. Gawad Kalasag, organized by NDRRMC is the country’s premier
annual award for outstanding contribution to DRRM. During the evaluation process, the only
drawback which prevent us to garner 1st place in the National Gawad Kalasag is the presence
of an ambulance. According to the evaluator the existence of an ambulance which we do not
have would greatly help us in cases of emergency. But, purchasing of an ambulance is not
feasible in the current financial situation of the University.

What’s more, the university despite its limited financial resources is giving free medicines to
students and to the people in the community during consultation. Sad to note however, that
we could not dispense so much medicines as the patients need because what we have is
limited.

With the above mentioned contention we humbly ask for your benevolence to consider Capiz
State University to be in your list of ambulance donation beneficiary and to be recipient of
your Medicine Donation Program.

Your assistance is very crucial in our desire to be of greater service to our constituents and
community as well.

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

July 18, 2018

MR. ALEXANDER F. BALUTAN


General Manager
PCSO
3/F Sun Plaza Bldg.
1507 Princeton Street corner Shaw Boulevard
Mandaluyong City 1552

Sir:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Community!

Capiz State University is the only State University in the Province of Capiz. It has three(3)
campuses and six(6) Satellite Colleges strategically located in the different municipalities of
the province. Among the campuses and satellite Colleges, eight (8) are situated in the
barangays which some are far flung from the city. One of the services that we provide to our
students is health and wellness. There are doctors and or nurses assigned in the different
campuses/satellite colleges to look into the health aspects of the students. However, in cases
of emergency we do not have an ambulance who can transport patients to the nearest
hospital. In addition, the university does not only cater to the health needs of the students,
faculty and staff, but the surrounding community as well. In fact some of the school
physicians report to the Barangay Health Center once or twice a week.

Furthermore, CAPSU has been awarded for two(2) consecutive years as 1 st in the Regional
and 3rd in the National Gawad Kalasag(Kalamidad at Sakuna Labanan Sariling Galing ang
Kaligtasan), a search for excellence in Disaster Risk Reduction Management(DRRM) and
humanitarian assistance. Gawad Kalasag, organized by NDRRMC is the country’s premier
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annual award for outstanding contribution to DRRM. During the evaluation process, the only
drawback which prevent us to garner 1st place in the National Gawad Kalasag is the presence
of an ambulance. According to the evaluator the existence of an ambulance which we do not
have would greatly help us in cases of emergency. But, purchasing of an ambulance is not
feasible in the current financial situation of the University.

What’s more, the university despite its limited financial resources is giving free medicines to
students and to the people in the community during consultation. Sad to note however, that
we could not dispense so much medicines as the patients need because what we have is
limited.

With the above mentioned contention we humbly ask for your benevolence to consider Capiz
State University to be in your list of ambulance donation beneficiary and to be recipient of
your Medicine Donation Program.

Your assistance is very crucial in our desire to be of greater service to our constituents and
community as well.

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

July 18, 2018

MS. ANDREA DOMINGO


Chairperson/CEO
Philippine Amusement & Gaming Corporation
1330 PAGCOR House
Roxas Blvd.
Ermita, 1000

MADAM:

Greetings from the Capiz State University community!

Capiz State University is the only State University in the Province of Capiz. It has three(3)
campuses and six(6) Satellite Colleges strategically located in the different municipalities of
the province. Among the campuses and satellite Colleges, eight (8) are situated in the
barangays which some are far flung from the city. One of the services that we provide to our
students is health and wellness. There are doctors and or nurses assigned in the different
campuses/satellite colleges to look into the health aspects of the students. However, in cases
of emergency we do not have an ambulance who can transport patients to the nearest
hospital. In addition, the university does not only cater to the health needs of the students,
faculty and staff, but the surrounding community as well. In fact some of the school
physicians report to the Barangay Health Center once or twice a week.

Furthermore, CAPSU has been awarded for two(2) consecutive years as 1 st in the Regional
and 3rd in the National Gawad Kalasag(Kalamidad at Sakuna Labanan Sariling Galing ang
Kaligtasan), a search for excellence in Disaster Risk Reduction Management(DRRM) and
humanitarian assistance. Gawad Kalasag, organized by NDRRMC is the country’s premier
annual award for outstanding contribution to DRRM. During the evaluation process, the only
drawback which prevent us to garner 1st place in the National Gawad Kalasag is the presence
of an ambulance. According to the evaluator the existence of an ambulance which we do not
have would greatly help us in cases of emergency. But, purchasing of an ambulance is not
feasible in the current financial situation of the University.
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With the above mentioned contention we humbly ask for your benevolence to consider Capiz
State University to be in your list of ambulance donation beneficiary.

Your assistance is very crucial in our desire to be of greater service to our constituents and
community as well.

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
Office of the University President
No. _________________
Series of 2018

Date: July 19, 2018

TO : ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORSSATELLITE DIRECTORS

SUBJECT : SUBMISSION OF THE LIST OF HTEs AND COPERATING


SCHOOLS IN PROGRAMS WITH STUDENT INTERNSHIP,
PRACTICUM, OJT, PRACTICE TEACHING AND FARM
PRACTICE

In compliance with the Board Resolution no. 36 series of 2018 you are hereby directed to submit the list
of HTEs and Cooperating Schools in your program offerings with internship, practicum, OJT, practice
teaching and farm practice for the approval of the Board of Regents and for submission to CHEDRO VI.
Furthermore, you are also directed to submit the criteria you use in identifying the list you submitted.
Submit the list and criteria on or before August 1, 2018.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

July 19, 2018

The Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents


Capiz State University
Roxas City
Office of the University President
SIR/MADAM:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family!

The Student Internship Abroad Program of the Commission on Higher Education is a very
brilliant initiative that CapSU has to fully commit. An international internship is an excellent way
to gain the professional work experience not possible in the home country. Having a global
experience, students will widen their employability margins and will give prospective employers a
clear idea that they are able to adapt professionally and personally to multi-cultural settings.
CapSU, acknowledges these benefits and strongly recommends the engagement of students to the
international internship program. The process is in place and the policies, guidelines and
procedures are all contained in the newly crafted Student Internship Abroad Program Manual for
the approval of the BOR. The crafting of the Manual was based on the CHED Memorandum
Order No. 22 Series of 2013. The Manual was also approved by the Academic Council on July 6.
2018 for endorsement to the Board of Regents approval.

With the above premise and contention, I would like to request for the approval of the Student
Internship Abroad Program Manual of the university by the Honorable Chair and Members of the
Board of Regents through a Referendum. It is fervently hoped that this Manual will be approved
by the BOR for immediate implementation. This Manual would serve as a guide to the
administration, faculty, coordinators, students, and international partner establishments in the
attainment of the goals of the internship abroad program of providing academic excellence at par
with the global standards to all its clientele.

Thank you and GOD Bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

July 20, 2018

MS. CHARIE SARAH D. SAQUING


Department Chief Accountant
Department of Agriculture
Office of the Secretary
Elliptical Road, Diliman
Quezon City 1100
Office of the University President
Madam:

Greetings in the name of public service!

This is in response to your letter dated July 16, 2018 reiterating your demand for the refund of the
allege excess payment of tuition fees of three (3) of our ACEF scholars namely: Jessica Paderon,
Jackielyn Cabrador, and Gelma Fagar. The issue on alleged payment is already under
investigation and I have already issued a memorandum to concerned CapSU staff to look into the
matter. I will inform you of the result of the investigation as soon as I received the official report
from the group commissioned to investigate the case.

Thank you and GOD Bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

July 24, 2018

The Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents


Capiz State University
Roxas City

Sir/Madam:

Greetings from your Capiz State University Family!

I am pleased to inform the Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents that more
or less 30% of the total population of our students have financial assistance or full scholarship
coming from both government and private institutions. This means that 3,956 out of 13,185 of our
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students have availed financial assistance and full scholarship. With this number of students, the
administration is allotting a budget to serve the following purpose:

1. Hiring of one staff each at the Central Office and at the different campuses and satellite
colleges to facilitate the documentary requirements of the grantees
2. Communication expenses
3. Supplies and materials expenses

With the above premise and contention, I would like to request through a referendum the approval
of the Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents for a 5% administrative cost to all
student financial assistance/scholarship that is process through the university effective June 2018.

May this request merits your kind consideration and approval. Thank you and GOD Bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

May 25, 2018

DR. EDITHA C. ALFON


President
this University

Madam:

After receiving your communication dated May 23, 2018 recommending to declare a failure of
bidding on the purchase of the Speech Laboratory Equipment of the CapSU Main Campus, the
Members of the Bids and Award Committee convene and had a thorough study and exhaustive
deliberation of the issue at hand. The BAC Members came up with a consensus, to conform with
your observation that the most judicious decision and advantageous to the university is to declare
the above mentioned transaction a failure of bidding.
Office of the University President
In this connection as the Head of the Procuring Entity of the university we would like to request
your office to officially declare the transaction on the purchase of the Speech Laboratory
Equipment of the CapSU Main Campus a failure of bidding.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

VICKY R. DURANA
Chairman, BAC

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: May 28, 2018

TO: MRS. VICKY DURANA-BAC CHAIR AND THE MEMBERS OF THE


BAC

SUBJECT: DECLARING THE TRANSACTION ON THE PROCUREMENT OF


THE SPEECH LABORATORY EQUIPMENT OF THE CAPSU MAIN
CAMPUS A FAILURE OF BIDDING

After receiving the communication of the BAC Chair on May 25, 2018 requesting my office to
officially declare the transaction on the procurement of the Speech Laboratory Equipment of the
CapSU Main Campus a failure of bidding after thorough study and exhaustive deliberation of the
members of BAC, I also made a further analysis of the issue at hand and again the following
discrepancies were revealed:
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a) The specification posted in the ITB was not meticulously planned, resulting to a minimum
compliance of the Bidders.
b) Forward looking to the fast growing innovation of technology which must include the
advance features of software application should have been incorporated in the criteria so
that the Bidders will have a clearer picture of the project.
c) To award this contract will not be advantageous to the university.

After a detailed and careful investigation, I am convinced that the most prudent decision and
beneficial to the university is to declare the above mentioned transaction a failure of bidding.

Therefore as the Head of the Procuring Entity of the university, I declare the transaction on the
procurement of the Speech Laboratory Equipment of CapSU Main Campus a failure of bidding.
Inform the affected parties of this official pronouncement.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

July 30, 2018

MS. RHODORA PAGILAGAN


BID Coordinator
ASPEN Multi System Corporation
191 Averilla Street, San Juan, M.M.

Dear Ms. Pagilagan:

Greetings!

This letter is in response to your letters to Mrs. Vicky Durana, CAPSU, BAC Chair, dated June
20, 2018, July 10, 2018 and July 24, 2018, proving my basis as the Head of the Procurement
Entity in declaring the procurement of the Speech Laboratory Equipment of CapSU Roxas Main
Campus a failure of bidding. I wish to inform your office that I have studied the case thoroughly
and after an in-depth evaluation of the documents, I have discovered some discrepancies which
will render the transaction unfavorable to the university to award the contract. Hence, I officially
declared the project on the procurement of the Speech Laboratory Equipment of CapSU Roxas
Main Campus a failure of bidding through a Memorandum issued dated May 28, 2018 (copy
hereto attach). The three discrepancies I am referring are the following:
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1. The specification posted in the ITB was not meticulously planned, resulting to a
minimum compliance of the Bidders.
2. Forward looking to the fast growing innovation of technology which must include the
advance features of software application should have been incorporated in the criteria
so that the Bidders will have a clearer picture of the project
3. To award this contract will not be advantageous to the university.

It is clearly stated in the Invitation to Bid, Project No.: 18-02-008. line number 8 that Capiz State
University reserves the right to reject any all bids, declare a failure of bidding, or not award the
contract at any time prior to contract award in accordance with Section 41 of RA 9184 and its
IRR, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders.
Furthermore, I suppose my reasons for declaring the project a failure of bidding is in consonance
with Section 41. Reservation Clause which states that the HoPE reserves the right to reject any
and all bids, declares a failure of bidding, or not award the contract in the following situations:

c) For any justifiable and reasonable ground where the award of the contract will not redound
to the benefit of the GoP, as follows: (i) is the physical and economic conditions have
significantly changed so as to render the project no longer economically, financially, or
technically feasible, as determined by the HoPE; (ii) if the project is no longer necessary as
determined by the HoPE; or (iii) if the source of funds for the project has been withheld or
reduced through no fault of the Procuring Entity.

My apology if ever my decision of declaring the transaction on the procurement of the Speech
Laboratory Equipment of CapSU Roxas Main Campus a failure of bidding, have cause your
company unwarranted financial expenditures and undue stress to you and some of your staff. It is
my duty as the President of the university to always protect the interest of the university if ever in
my good judgment, things are not in the right perspective.

The university is growing at a rapid pace so your company would still have countless
opportunities to participate in many of our future transactions.

Thank you, and GOD Bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: May 28, 2018

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE


COLLEGE DIRECTORS

SUBJECT: MEETING OF ALL LIBRARIANS ON AUGUST 2, 2018, 1:00 PM


CENTRAL OFFICE BOARD ROOM

You are hereby directed to please send your librarians for a meeting on August 2, 2018, 1:00 PM
at the Central Office Board Room. Please bring all your ISO Documents.

For your compliance.


Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.
SUC President III
Office of the University President

July 31, 2018

CERTIFICATION

To whom it may concern:

This is to certify that the document hereto attach is the official list of enrolled continuing
ESGP-PA grantees for the 1st semester, AY 2018-2019 of Capiz State University by
Campus/Satellite College.

CAMPUS/SATELLITECOLLEGE NO. OF CONTINUING ESGP-PA


GRANTEES
Roxas City/Main Campus 48
Pontevedra Campus 6
Burias Campus 1
Dayao Satellite College 3
Mambusao Satellite College 1
TOTAL 59

This certification is issued upon the request of the UNIFAST Secretariat for whatever purpose it may
serve.

Done this 31st day of July twenty eighteen at Capiz State Uiversity, Central Office, Fuentes Drive,
Roxas City, Capiz.
Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.
SUC President III

Working Committees 2nd Stage External Audit


ISO 9001:2015-August 13-18, 2018

Program and Invitation and Certificate Reception and Leigh Preparation


Chair: Dr. Genoveva N. Labaniego Chair: Dr. Teresita B. Odocado
Co-Chair: Prof. Gerard Lee Atiernza Co-Chair: Dr. Marie Jean Pengson
Members: Prof. Genalyn Baranda Members: Ms. Pearlie Unating Prof.
Arlyn Olmo Ms. Armeda Maquimot Ms. Delia Delandao
Ms. Mary Jane Arroyo

Documentation Transportation
Chair: Dr. Leo Biclar (Central) Chair: Dr. Nilo Delfin(Central)
Co-Chair: Prof. Gerard Lee Atienza(Burias) Co-Chair: Dr. Rosel Dionio(Central)
Office of the University President
Members: Mr. Rendon Marquez (Central) Members: Drivers of the university
Ms. Edralyn Kay Dadivas(Central)
Mr. Ralph Gerard Cadiz(Central)

Food Stage and Hall Preparation and Restoration


Chair: Prof. Maritess Biaco(Main) Chair: Prof. Dennis Ledesma(Central)
Co-Chair: Mr. John Christopher Besa(Central) Co-Chair: Dr. Doreen Ata-al(Dayao)
Members: Selected CapSU Main Canteen Personnel Members: Prof. Armand Domingo(Central)
Selected Students

Accommodation Master of Ceremonies


Chair: Dr. Lucila Vipinosa(Central) Opening Program: Prof. Joey Balatayo(Main)
C0-Chair: Dr. Mary Ann B. Martelino(Central) Closing Program: Prof. Charice dela Cruz(Main)
Dr. Hazel Joaquin(Central)
Dr. Rosel Dionio(Central)
Ms. Mary Jane Arroyo(Central)

Kit and Token Finance Committee


Chair: Dr. Lucila Vipinosa(Central) Chair: Dr. Matilde Perez(Central)
Co-Chair Dr. Hazel Joaquin(Central) Co-Chair: Mrs. Luisita Señeres(Central)
Members: Mrs. Sally Biclar(Central) Members: Mrs. Amelia Moises(Central)
Ms. Mary Jane Arroyo(Central) Mrs. Mimie Supe(Central)

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

Date: August 2, 2018

TO : ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORSSATELLITE DIRECTORS

SUBJECT : WORKING COMMITTEES 2ND STAGE EXTERNAL AUDIT


ISO 9001:2015 ON AUGUST 13-18 2018

In connection with the holding of the 2nd Stage External Audit, ISO 9001:2015 on August 13-18,
2018 you are hereby directed to look into the working committees hereto attach for you
reference. Furthermore, if you have any concerns relative to the given assignment, feel free to
communicate with Dr. Lucila D. Vipinosa the QMR Director.
Office of the University President
For your compliance

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
August 1, 2018

DR. CESAR H. MEDINA, CESO V


Director IV-CHED Region VI
Magsaysay Village, La Paz, Iloilo City

Attention:

MS. MA. KAREN CATALINA G. ZALDIVAR


Education Supervisor II
TG-G1A Regional Coordinator
CHED Region VI

Sir:

Greetings in the name of public service!

First and foremost, thank you for your usual support and assistance to the University.

We are again asking a special favour from you. The Orientation of the RA 10931 by MS. MA.
KAREN CATALINA G. ZALDIVAR supposedly conducted, July 31, 2018 at CapSU Pilar
Satellite College did not push through because the date was covered by our 3-day AACUP
Accreditation. Therefore, we would like to request for a change in schedule from July 31 to
August 7, 2018. The new date was already conferred and confirmed by the Office of Ms.
Zaldivar.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: May 28, 2018

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE


COLLEGE DIRECTORS

SUBJECT: MEETING OF ALL LIBRARIANS ON AUGUST 2, 2018, 1:00 PM


CENTRAL OFFICE BOARD ROOM

You are hereby directed to please send your librarians for a meeting on August 2, 2018, 1:00 PM
at the Central Office Board Room. Please bring all your ISO Documents.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

August 14, 2018

Madam:

Greetings of goodwill from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University.

As per communication received from your office dated July 15, 2018, herewith we are sending
the original Certificate of Registration of the 59 continuing ESGP PA grantees enrolled in the
university, 1st semester, AY 2018-2019. We are also sending you the billing statement
requesting for the payment of the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) of the 59 ESGP PA
grantees for AY 2018-2019.

Thank you and GOD bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: August 14, 2018

TO: CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS OF BURIAS AND PONTEVEDRA


AND SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTORS OF DAYAO,
DUMARAO, PILAR, POBLACION AND TAPAZ

SUBJECT: LIST OF QUALIFIED STUDENTS WHO APPLIED AND


QUALIFIED FOR SCHOLARSHIP TO DA ACEF-GIAHEP OF
THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

As per communication received from the office of the DA, Undersecretary for Special Concerns,
Atty. Ranibai D. Dilangalen, you are hereby informed of the names of students in your
Campus/Satellite College who applied and qualified for scholarship to DA ACEF-GIAHEP of the
Department of Agriculture, list hereto attach. Please take note of the students in your
campus/satellite college who qualified in the said scholarship and then issue a Certificate of
Enrollment for the specified semesters they are covered and submit it to the office of Dr. Ian B.
Arcega, university, OSA Director on or before August 24, 2018.

Batch Number Semester(s) and Academic Year a Certification


for Enrollment should be issued
Batch 9 (SY 2018-2019) 1st semester of AY 2018-2019
Batch 8 (SY 2017-2018) 1st and 2nd semester of AY 2017-2018 and 1st
semester of AY 2018-2019

Furthermore, if some of the students listed are not enrolled anymore please replace them with
students who are on the same year level.

For your information and compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Office of the University President
Series of 2018

DATE: February 6, 2018

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE


COLLEGE DIRECTORS

Attention: OSA CHAIRS, GUIDANCE COUNSELORS


SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATORS, DORMITORY MANAGERS,
ALUMNI CHAIRS, MEDICAL DENTAL CHAIRS, CULTURAL
AND SPORTS CHAIRS, PUBLICATION CHAIRS

SUBJECT: DOCUMENT BACK UP SYSTEM

To protect and safeguard the loss of our data you are hereby directed to observe the following:

 Back up early and often


 Use file-level and share-level security
 Password-protect documents and
 Sync all data to available free back up system like iCloud and Google Drive

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: August 28, 2018

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE

Attention: PROF. NUMER OFALLA


PROF. MA. VICTORIA. ZAIRA MONTEFREO

SUBJECT: MOCK INTERVIEW WITH THE OJT STUDENTS

In connection with the move of the University for Student International Mobility, you are
hereby directed to please send your remaining OJT students who are interested to go on OJT
abroad to the central office before 3:00 pm today for the mock interview with our service
provider.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

August 28, 2018

TO: DR. EDITHA C. ALFON


President
This University

Madam:

Greetings!

In connection with the scheduled mock interview of our OJT students with our service provider
this afternoon at about 3:00 pm through Skype, we would like to request the assistance of Mr.
Leo Anthony Navarrosa, MIS Director to set up the necessary gadgets and devices.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

MARY ANN B. MARTELINO, Ph.D.


VPEAL
Office of the University President
Approved:

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: August 28, 2018

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE

Attention: PROF. NUMER OFALLA


PROF. MA. VICTORIA. ZAIRA MONTEFREO

SUBJECT: MOCK INTERVIEW WITH THE OJT STUDENTS

In connection with the move of the University for Student International Mobility, you are
hereby directed to please send your remaining OJT students who are interested to go on OJT
abroad to the central office before 3:00 pm today for the mock interview with our service
provider.
Office of the University President
For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: August 28, 2018

TO: CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS


SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTORS
Office of the University President
SUBJECT: CGI-AF POST GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP SY 2019

As per communication received from Chulabhorn Graduate Institute (CGI) of the Kingdom of
Thailand and the Asian Foundation (AF), they are extending a post graduate scholarship to
ASEAN member countries for programs leading to a Master’s degree in various fields in
Science and Technology for academic year 2019.

The scholarship is open to bonafide ASIAN nationals under 30 years of age, have an
experience in scientific laboratory research and holds a Bachelor Degree with a cumulative
GPA of at least 3.00 in one of the following fields:

 Sciences: Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Molecular Biology, Environmental Sciences


 Medical Sciences: Medicine, Medical Technology
 Pharmacy of Pharmaceutical Sciences

For interested participants please submit their names to the Office of the VP for External
Affairs and Linkages on or before September 6, 2018.

For your compliance

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

No. _________________
Series of 2018
Office of the University President
DATE: August 28, 2018

TO:
Attention: REGISTRARS

SUBJECT: FINAL INTERVIEW OF STUDENTS WHO WOULD BE


CONDUCTING THEIR OJT ABROAD

In connection with the move of the University for Students International Mobility, you are
hereby directed to please send your remaining OJT students who are interested to go on OJT
abroad to the central office on September 3, 2018, 3.00 PM for the final interview with the HR
of Pattana Golf Club and Resort, Thailand. Furthermore please prepare your students for the
said interview and let them wear their business attire.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

INCOMING COMMUNICATIONS

OUTGOING COMMUNICATIONS
Office of the University President

No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: August 28, 2018

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE

Attention: REGISTRARS

SUBJECT: PREPARATION OF THE TOR AND CERTIFICATE OF


ENROLLEMNT OF STUDENTS WHO WILL BE CONDUCTING
THEIR OJT ABROAD

In connection with the OJT of the following students abroad you are hereby directed to please
prepare their TOR and Certificate of Enrolment and stamp with the corresponding university
zeal. The OJT Coordinators will get the above mentioned documents from the Registrar Office
on or before August 30, 2018:

 Ms. Rexylene Marie Ballesta – Sigma Satellite College


 Ms. KC A. Norba – Sigma Satellite College
 Mr. Christian Baquilar – Pontevedra Campus
Office of the University President
For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: August 28, 2018

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE

Attention: REGISTRARS

SUBJECT: FINAL INTERVIEW OF STUDENTS WHO WOULD BE


CONDUCTING THEIR OJT ABROAD

In connection with the move of the University for Students International Mobility, you are
hereby directed to please send your remaining OJT students who are interested to go on OJT
abroad to the central office on September 3, 2018, 3.00 PM for the final interview with the HR
Office of the University President
of Pattana Golf Club and Resort, Thailand. Furthermore please prepare your students for the
said interview and let them wear their business attire.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: August 28, 2018

TO: DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO


DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE

Attention: SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR/OSA


CHAIR/GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
Office of the University President
SUBJECT: PREPARATION OF THE DOCUMNETARY REQUIREMENTS
FOR THE RELEASE OF THE BENEFITS OF MR. ARJAY
CALUGAS, ACEF SCHOLAR

Please be informed that the amount intended for the scholarship benefits of Mr, Arjay Calugas,
ACEF Scholar of CapSU Dumarao has been downloaded to the university last August 24,
2018. In this connection to expedite the release of the said amount to the student recipient, you
are hereby directed to prepare the following documentary requirements on or before August 31,
2018:

 Voucher
 Payroll
 Reference

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

To the Nominees
Private Sector Representative
Capiz State University
Dayao, Roxas City, Capiz
Office of the University President
Sir/Madam:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family!

We are glad to inform you that the Selection Committee has received your nomination to be
one of the members of the Board of Regents of Capiz State University representing the
_____________. The Committee will be coming up with only 3 out of the 7 nominees for
endorsement to the BOR. Moreover the BOR will only choose the 2 qualified nominees who
will become members of the Board. The paper screening is scheduled on September 10, 2018.
The interview to the 7 nominees will be on September 11, 2018, 9:00 am at the Central Office
Board Room, Capiz Sate University Central Administration, Dayao, Roxas City Capiz.

In this connection, the committee designated wish to invite you to the said interview.

Thank you and hoping that you would gladly accept the invitation.

God Bless and more power.

MR. RAYMUIND B. MARTE


BOR Secretariat

September 4, 2018

MR. JAMES PATRICK R. BONDOC


Vice President
Corporate Responsibility Group
Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation
Manila

Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz Sate University!

First and foremost in behalf of the Capiz State University Family our thanks, gratitude and
indebtedness for the support you have given to us particularly the five sets computer desk top
that PAGCOR have donated to Capiz State University, Burias Campus.

Capiz State University is the only state university in the province of Capiz with 9 campuses and
Satellite Colleges, strategically located in the different municipalities of the province. One of
the services offered by the university is to upkeep the health of our students. The nine (9)
campuses and satellite colleges have clinics to cater the medical and dental health needs of the
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students. Furthermore, the university is not only looking into the medical requirements of its
students, faculty and staff but also that of the people on the surrounding community as well.
Some of the prevalent problems encountered in the delivery of our health services are the lack
of medicines to be dispensed to our students and patients from the surrounding areas and
emergency equipment like wheel chairs.

In this connection in behalf of the university, I would like to request for a donation from
PAGCOR through your office of medicines and wheelchairs to be distributed and used in the 9
medical clinics situated in the 9 campuses and satellite colleges of the university.

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

September 7, 2018

Dr. Gatot Hari Priowirjanto


Director
SEAMEO Secretariat
920 Mom Luang Pin Malakul Centenary Building
Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110
Thailand

Sir:

Greetings from the Capiz State University faculty, staff and students!

I am Dr. Editha C. Alfon, President of Capiz State University (CAPSU) located at Fuentes
Drive, Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines. CAPSU is the only state university in the province
which has 3 campuses and 6 satellite colleges located strategically in different towns of the
province. Attached herewith is the university Profile for your reference.

CAPSU, like any educational institutions is mandated to provide holistic academic experience
to its major clientele the students. Student Internship is one of the programs being instituted by
the university viewed to greatly contribute to the student’s academic, career and personal
development. The internship program provides students with an educational experience that
will integrate theoretical ideas gained from studies in their respective programs into practice. It
is through internship that students are made employment ready and help jumpstart their career
with invaluable learning experiences and opportunities.

An international internship is an excellent way to gain the professional experience not possible
in the home country. Students who had been immersed in the culture, language and traditions
of a city abroad will not only boost their career prospects, but will also open their eyes to new
international lifestyles that will develop their new perspective in life. Having a global
experience under their belt will widen their employability margins and will give prospective
employers a clear idea that they are able to adopt professionally and personally to multi-cultural
settings.
Office of the University President
It is on the above mentioned premises and contentions that I earnestly request for your utmost
consideration as early as possible that Capiz State University be included as one of the
recipients of the SEAMEO 7th Batch SEA-Teacher Program, otherwise known as the Pre-
Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia next year 2019.

Should there be requirements to be submitted to ensure our slots in the 2019 Batch 7 SEA-
Teacher Program, just let me know. Rest assured that we will immediately comply with the
requirements.

Thank you and may this request merits your favorable and immediate action.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Dr Gatot Hari Priowirjanto


Director
SEAMEO Secretariat
920 Mom Luang Pin Malakul Centenary Building
Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110
Tel : +66 (0) 2391-0144
Fax: +66 (0) 2381-2587
Email: secretariat@seameo.org
Website: www.seameo.org

But despite our very difficult financial situation we are doing


our best to give to our clientele what is expected of the
university. With the desire of persistently maintaining, if not
improving the quality education we wanted for our clientele, we
need to get out of our shell and tap benevolent individuals
like you who share the same vision for our country and people.
To be honest our Campus is just handicapped financially with so
many things still needed to put up to give the quality
education we wanted for our children, that unless we do
something significant now, then we will be left behind to our
disadvantage to the detriment of our students. And so I firmly
believed knowing you Sir is answered prayer for CapSU BURIAS
CAMPUS.
Office of the University President
Capiz State University BURIAS CAMPUS started as a vocational
school catering to Agri-based programs like Agriculture,
Agricultural Engineering and Forestry. But when there came a
time where there was a low demand for Agri-based courses we
expanded our curricular program offerings to survived
especially when the normative funding scheme of the givernment
was in place. We offerred other courses which we deemed in
demand like BEED, BSED, BSBA and Commerce. All this programs
are AACCUP accredited four of which are already accredited
level III. Our campus has a wide area covering about 151
hectares however some areas are still under legal pursuit. We
have quite a good faculty profile 31 % are Ph.D. degree
holders, 24 percent with doctorate units, 26 msteral degree
holderS and 19 with masteral units.

Sir, if there are still some things that you need to know about
CapSU BURIAS CAMPUS let me know.

As ive said i am confident that you are an answered prayer for


BURIAS CAMPUS. We need your help.

Thank you and God bless.

Very truly yours,

MARY ANN B. MARTELINO

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!

First and foremost I would like to introduce myself, I am Dr. Mary Ann B. Martelino, the Vice President
for External Affairs and Linkages of Capiz State University. We met in Manila last August 23-24, 2018
during the 2018 Philippines-Taiwan University Presidents' Forum. During our conversation I was asking
you of the possibility of collaboration/partnership between your university and our university and you
gave me a positive answer. So here i am communicating to you asking your most needed help and
assistance for a possible collaboration and partnership between your university and Capiz State
university.The areas of collaboration in which we are interested, are Marine Science and Aqua Culture,
Engineering and Computer Science. Together with this letter we will be e-mailing to you the curricular
offerings of our university for your reference. In this different areas of possible collaborations, we would
like to request for our faculty and staffs to engage in a short term training and our student to have their
internship in your university.

Our university, is a university catering to students who belongs to the poorest of the poor sector in our
surrounding community. But despite this scenario we are giving the best education to our students. One
way of giving them the best education is to give our students the opportunity to acquire practical
knowledge, skills, and desirable attitudes in recognized foreign institutions like your very prestigious
university.
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I would like to appeal from you Sir to please help us, assist us in making this collaboration/partnership a
reality. Please give our poor but deserving students the chance to be trained in your university. For our
students to be trained in your university will give them the competitive edge in securing their future
especial in looking for jobs after graduation. This collaboration and partnership will also help in building
the capacity of our faculty and staffs especially in updating their technical skills.
Furthermore, please give us the necessary guidance on the step by step process that we are going to
do to proceed with the planned collaboration/partnership.

Thank you and may this request merits your kind attention and consideration.

Very truly yours,

MARY ANN B. MARTELINO, Ph.D.


Vice President for External Affairs and Linkages
Capiz Sate University
Dayao, Roxas City, Capiz
+639 917 622 9011
0366515347

SEAMEO Internship Programme for Students


Leading Through Learning
Announcement
The submission period is over. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by the
committee.
Please check our website later for the information of next batch.

Background
Currently, the SEAMEO Secretariat has been offering an Internship Programme to
selected number of applicants pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate studies and
volunteers who have the desire to deepen their knowledge and understanding on
SEAMEO goals, policies and activities. A SEAMEO intern candidate should be a third
or fourth year Undergraduate Student or a Postgraduate Student. As far as possible,
the scope of tasks given during the internship is related to the intern’s current degree
of study.

The SEAMEO Internship Programme provides excellent chance for a directed,


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practical learning experience in regional and international platform for the candidates.
In addition, the Programme could enhance partnership and network between
SEAMEO and educational institutions. Therefore, the SEAMEO Secretariat would like
to extend the internship opportunity to students not only at the SEAMEO Secretariat,
but also at SEAMEO Regional Centres/Network (SEAMEO Units) by streamlining and
making the process more systematic and integrated.

Objectives
1. Providing opportunities for students to assist the SEAMEO Units in international
cooperation, administrative, secretarial, accounting and IT areas;
2. Providing a framework by which students could enhance their educational experiences
through practical work assignments; and
3. Providing students with exposure on regional and international work that would give
them significant edge in terms of employability, career growth, and building a wider
network.

Time Frame
The internship duration will be from 3 to a maximum of 6 months .

Internship Conditions
SEAMEO Units may provide interns with the following funding:

1. A minimal stipend to partially cover food and incidental expenses depending on the
budget of the receiving SEAMEO Units.
2. Generally, all provisions above are subject to policies of the SEAMEO Units.

Contact Person
For further enquiries, please contact
Mrs. Natcha Kampiranond
natcha(at)seameo.org
Tel: +66 2 391 0144.

SEAMEO Secretariat Internship Programme


SEAMEO Secretariat Internship Programme (SIP) is an opportunity offered to a
selected number of applicants pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate studies or to
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volunteers who have desire to deepen their knowledge their understanding of
SEAMEO goals, policies and activities.
SIP provides an excellent chance for a directed, practical learning experience in an
regional/international platform.
OBJECTIVES
SIP aim to enable undergraduate students or volunteers to participate in the work of
SEAMEO.
The SIP is intended to:

1. Provide a framework by which undergraduate and post-graduate students or


volunteers from diverse academic backgrounds could enhance their educational
experiences through practical work assignments;
2. Provide opportunities for interns and volunteers to assist the Organization in its pursuit
of distinctive contributions to development in education, science and education in the
region; and
3. Provide interns or volunteers with exposure on regional/international work that would
give them significant edge in terms of career employment/growth and wider network;

QUALIFICATIONS

1. The intern should be a third or fourth-year College Student or a Postgraduate Student


and the internship is related to the intern’s current degree of study;
2. Volunteers are not required to be enrolled in a full-time study programme but should
satisfactorily state how she/he thinks the internship could contribute to her/his overall
career plans;
3. The inter/volunteer should have a good command of written and spoken English;
4. The intern/volunteer should have the ability to adapt to varied physical and other
environments and;
5. Intern/Volunteer has a desire to work with and gain the confidence and respect of
people of different nationalities and cultural backgrounds;

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME DETAILS


Intern or volunteer will be based in the SEAMEO Secretariat in Bangkok, Thailand.
A. Programme Design

1. Orientation Session

Upon assumption of internship, the intern/volunteer shall be given an orientation


session which aims to introduce him/her to SEAMEO, their work environment
and responsibilities of being an intern/volunteer. This session will cover
discussion on the following:
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o SEAMEO Profile
o SEAMES work premises, rules and regulations and other administrative
arrangements;
o Essential Information on Thai (Bangkok) Living

2. Internship Proper

Depending on the intern/volunteer’s research area or field of interest, he/she


will be requested to prepare a realistic work plan he/she will need to accomplish
within the period of his/her internship.
The Work Plan should clearly describe how the intern/volunteers will
accomplish his/her set of objectives in taking the internship. The Work Plan
should provide the details of the activities to be undertaken, objectives/expected
outputs of the activities, corresponding timelines and person/s to work within
SEAMES/SEAMEO Regional Centres.
Intern/Volunteers’ Roles and Responsibilities
Apart from the accomplishment of his/her work plan, the intern/volunteer is
likewise expected to perform the following:

1. Contribute to the conceptualization, planning and organization of SEAMES


meetings/activities/events/projects;
2. Participate in regular or ad-hoc SEAMES meetings and related events;
3. Proofread reports and articles;
4. Prepare minutes of meetings and draft reports;
5. Conduct desk research and prepare presentations on given topics;
6. Contribute articles for monthly newsletters and SEAMEO websites (only when
requested); and
7. Conduct any other duties that may be assigned by their supervisors;
3. Immersion Session with a SEAMEO Regional Centre (Optional)

The intern/volunteer shall be given an opportunity to undertake a one-week


‘Immersion Session’ with a SEAMEO Centre that would best assist him/her in
further achieving his/her internship goals.
The immersion session is optional and will need approval from SEAMES and
permission from the concerned SEAMEO Center.
The Immersion Session shall provide the intern/volunteer with opportunity to:

o Observe and learn firsthand the daily operations of a SEAMEO Centre and how
programmes are developed and/or being undertaken;
o Conduct detailed discussions with key people in the SEAMEO Centre on
matters/issues that relate to the intern/volunteer’s internship goals and/or field
of interest/specialization;
o Participate in the Centre’s activities; and
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o Undertake related field visits;

The report on the Immersion Session shall be part of the intern/volunteer’s


internship report.
All expenses connected with the immersion sessions, such as travel costs,
travel arrangements, and living accommodation, are the responsibility of the
intern/volunteer or his/her sponsoring institution.

4. Internship Programme Completion

The intern/volunteer will receive Certificate of Completion and Letter of


Recommendation/Referral from SEAMES after satisfactory completion of the
internship.
Being a SEAMES Intern Alumni, the intern/volunteer may be requested to be a
SEAMEO Advocate. As a SEAMEO advocate, he/she will be requested to:

o Conduct brief introductory session about SEAMEO to his/her organization upon


his/her return or re-assumption of duty; and
o Disseminate information about SEAMEO and its work.

B. Supervision
The intern/volunteer is a responsibility of the Programme Officer I (PO I). However,
he/she may be assigned to work under the supervision of other Programme Officer
(PO) or a specific Officer from the Administration and Communication (A&C) Unit of
SEAMES whose nature of work is related to his/her research area or field of
interest/specialization.
The Roles and Responsibilities of the Supervisor

1. Provide general orientation on SEAMEO work;


2. Ensure that the intern/volunteer has a clear understanding of expected
roles/responsibilities;
3. Provide advice and guidance to the intern/volunteer for his/her successful
accomplishment of internship goals;
4. Assign specific tasks/assignments to the intern/volunteer and provide guidance in
accomplishing the tasks (including those given by SEAMES Directorate);
5. Provide direct supervision to the intern/volunteer in terms his/her participation or
contribution to SEAMES activities;
6. Conduct regular progress monitoring of the intern/volunteer’s activities (based on the
work plan); and
7. Assess intern/volunteer’s performance and provide feedback to the intern/voluntee

C. Monitoring and Feedback Mechanism


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The intern/volunteer will be required to provide his supervisor/s with regular updates
on his progress based on the agreed work plan.
He/she will be also required to submit a comprehensive internship report to SEAMEO
prior to the conclusion of his internship. The internship report shall cover, among
others:

 Brief description of his/her internship objectives and work plan;


 Achievement during his internship (based on work plan and other valuable
participations/contributions to SEAMES work;
 Challenges encountered during the internship;
 Lessons learned;
 Feedback and/or recommendations for the improvement of the Internship Programme

The intern/volunteer will be asked to conduct a 10-minute presentation of his


Internship Report to SEAMEO Secretariat Directorate and officers.
D. Time Frame
The internship/volunteer assignment will be from three months to a maximum of six
months.
INTERNSHIP CONDITIONS

 The intern/volunteers will not be paid, and as such, he/she will not be entitled to the
privileges and immunities accorded to staff members of SEAMEO.
 There is no expectancy of employment at the end of the internship.
 All expenses connected with the internship, such as travel costs, travel arrangements,
and living accommodation, are the responsibility of the intern, volunteer or the
sponsoring institution.
 The intern/volunteer is responsible for obtaining any necessary visas. For internships
of two to six months, a non-immigrant visa should be obtained.
 The intern/volunteer undertakes to conduct himself/herself at all times in a manner
compatible with his/her responsibilities as a participant in the SIP.
 The intern/volunteer must keep confidential any and all published information made
known during the course of the internship and not publish any reports or papers on the
basis of information obtained except with the authorization of the SEAMEO Secretariat.
 The intern/volunteer will provide written notice in case of illness or other unavoidable
circumstances which might prevent him/her from fulfilling the internship.

APPLICATION PROCESS

1. Applicants who are interested in an internship or volunteer assignment at the SEAMEO


Secretariat will need to complete and submit the application form together with a
covering letter and a passport-size photo to:

SEAMEO Secretariat
920 Mom Luang Pin Malakul Centenary Bldg.,
Office of the University President
Sukhumvit Rd., Bangkok 10110, Thailand.
Tel +66 (0) 2391-0144
Fax +66 (0) 2381-2587
Email

2. Download Application_Form
For those interested to undertake internship in SEAMEO Centres, applicants will be
advised to contact the respective center directly for detailed information.
3. The acceptance of intern/volunteer is subject to the clear understanding that their stay
will entail no financial implications, legal obligations or liabilities for the SEAMES.
Applications must be accompanied by a written agreement to this effect both from the
governmental authority or high learning institution requesting the attachment and/or
from the applicants themselves;
4. If deem necessary, qualified applicants may be requested to discuss about their
application through a brief face-to-face meeting with key SEAMEO Secretariat officials
or through phone interview;
5. All applicants shall be notified of the results of their application as soon as the
SEAMEO Secretariat has made its final selection.
6. Selected intern/volunteer shall be given one month prior notice of his/her assumption of
internship.

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SEAMEO Regional Centre for Quality Improvement of
Teachers and Education Personnel(QITEP) in Mathematics
( Approval of Establishment - 2009 )
[Annual Report 2016-2017] [Centre information]
Hosted by the Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia, the
SEAMEO QITEP in Mathematics offers courses and training
programmes for education and teacher development. With the
motto “Learning Mathematics Joyfully and Meaningfully” the
centre provides sustainable teaching skills to develop mathematics
education. Further the centre helps to enhance the networks and
collaboration and information exchange within the SEAMEO
member countries to provide intellectual forums on mathematics
education and innovation.

Programmes Offered:

 Regular Course (full scholarship)


 In-Country Course (sharing budget with partner institution)
 Customized Course (all cost bear by partner institution)
 Mathematics Regional Wide Assessment (MaRWA)
 Research and Development
 Learning Materials and Curriculum Development
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No. ___ ______________


Series of 2018
Office of the University President
DATE: September 7, 2018

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS

Attention:

SIAP COORDINATOR: PROF. NUMER OFALLA


CAPSU PONTEVEDRA
STUDENTS: MS. MARIELLE BERNARDINO
MS. KAYNEYLN TUMLOS
MS. SARAH BILONES

SUBJECT: MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF HRM STUDENTS

In connection with the Internship of your 3 HRM students in Thailand namely MS.
MARIELLE BERNARDINO, MS. KAYNEYLN TUMLOS, and MS. SARAH BILONES you
are hereby directed to send them for a medical examination in Iloilo City on September 14,
2018. Furthermore let them be accompanied by PROF. NUMER OFALLA your SIAP
Coordinator to safeguard them. Require also the students to submit to the campus a notarized
parents permit. Furthermore, please provide them with a vehicle to transport them to the
Medical Clinic and back to your Campus.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: September 7, 2018

TO: DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS


DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE

Attention:

SIAP COORDINATOR: PROF. MARIA VICTORIA SAIRA D. MONTEFRIO


CAPSU SIGMA
STUDENTS:

MS. KC NORBA MS. QUEEME ROSE BALLESTA


MS. MABELYN MUJAR MS. GLENN CANDIDO
MS. ZYRENE GIMOTO MS. GRACELYN FERRER
MS. JONAMAE LLORICO MR. RONEL LEGASPI
MS. MARIEL DIZON MS. ERLINDA BATUIGAS

SUBJECT: MEDICAL EXAMINATION AND PROCESSING


OF DFA PASSPORT

In connection with the Internship of your 10 Tourism students in Thailand you are hereby
directed to send them for a medical examination and processing of their passports in Iloilo City
on September 11, 2019 to September 14, 2018. Furthermore let them be accompanied by
PROF. MARIA VICTORIA SAIRA D. MONTEFRIO your SIAP Coordinator to safeguard
them. Furthermore, require the students to submit to the campus a notarized parents permit.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: September 7, 2018

TO: DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS

Attention:

DR. AMEL L. MAGALLANES


MR. EMMAN TUMLOS

SUBJECT: ACCOMPANY AND FACILITATE THE PASSPORT


APPLICATION OF STUDENT INTERNS IN ILOILO CITY

In connection with the Internship of our students abroad you are hereby directed to send Dr.
Amel Magallanes and Mr. Emman Tumlos to Iloilo City on September 11, 2018 and September
14, 2018. They will accompany and assists in the medical examination and application of
passports of our students.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

September 15, 2018

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University

Sir/Madam:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family.

CAPSU, like any educational institutions is mandated to provide holistic academic experience
to its major clientele the-students. Student Internship is one of the programs being instituted by
the university viewed to greatly contribute to the student’s academic, career and personal
development. The internship program provides students with the educational experiences that
will integrate theoretical ideas gained from studies in their respective programs into practice. It
is through internship that students are made employment ready and help jumpstart their career
with invaluable learning experiences and opportunities.

An international internship is an excellent way to gain the professional experience not possible
in the home country. Students who had been immersed in the culture, language and traditions
of a city abroad will not only boost their career prospects, but will also open their eyes to new
international lifestyles that will develop their new positive perspectives in life. Having a global
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experience under their belt will widen their employability margins and will give prospective
employers the clear idea that they are able to adopt professionally and personally to multi-
cultural settings.

It is on the above-mentioned premises and contentions that I earnestly request for your utmost
consideration to approve the internship to Thailand of the three (3) 4th year students from
Pontevedra Campus taking up Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and ten (10) 4 th
year students from Sigma Satellite College taking up Bachelor of Science in Tourism
Management. They have passed and qualified the criteria set forth by the Foreign Host Training
Establishment in Thailand. Furthermore I would like to ask for an authority to sign the MOA
hereto, attached is the signed MOA between CapSU and the accredited Foreign Training
Establishment for your referral and evaluation.

Thank you and may this request merits your favorable and immediate action.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

September 12, 2018

DR. CHRISTY B. LAURENTE


Supervising Education Program Specialist
CHED RO VI
Magsaysay Village, Lapaz, Iloilo City

Madam:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family.

CAPSU, like any educational institutions is mandated to provide holistic academic experience
to its major clientele the-students. Student Internship is one of the programs being instituted by
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the university viewed to greatly contribute to the student’s academic, career and personal
development. The internship program provides students with the educational experiences that
will integrate theoretical ideas gained from studies in their respective programs into practice. It
is through internship that students are made employment ready and help jumpstart their career
with invaluable learning experiences and opportunities. Student internship is an excellent way
to gain the professional experience that they need in preparation for the world of work.

Students having work experience from well selected Host Training Establishments under their
belt will widen their employability margins. Moreover, it will give prospective employers the
clear idea that they will be able to adopt professionally and personally to multi-faceted settings.

It is on the above-mentioned premises and contentions that the university crafted the Student
Internship Program Manual that will serve as a guide for the university and partner HTEs to
augment the quality of the internship program. Furhtermore the manual provides for clear
delineation of roles and responsibilities of involved parties.

The Student Internship Program Manual of CapSU was crafted pursuant to CMO 104, Series of
2017-Revised Guidelines for Student Internship Program in the Philippines(SIPP).

We are submitting a copy of this Manual to your Office for your reference.

Thank you and GOD Bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
Office of the University President
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN
DIRECTOR TAPAZ SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. RAMISES N. SOLANTE
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
PROF. ROSEL L. DIONIO
DIRECTOR MAMBUSAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
SUSAN O DANGAN, Ed.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs
NILO D. DELFIN, Ed.D.
Vice Pres. for Administration and Finance
LUCY A. BELUSO, Ph.D.
Vice President for RDE
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October 9, 2018

EDILBERTO J. ORILLOS
OIC Regional Director
CHEDRO VI
La Paz, Iloilo

Sir:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family!

CAPSU, like any educational institutions, is mandated to provide holistic academic experience to its
major clientele - the students. Student Internship is one of the programs being instituted by the
University viewed to greatly contribute to the student’s academic, career, and personal development.
The internship program provides students with the educational experiences that will integrate theoretical
ideas gained from studies in their respective programs into practice. It is through internship that students
are made employment ready and help jumpstart their career with invaluable learning experiences and
opportunities.

An international internship is an excellent way to gain the professional experience not possible in the
home country. Students who had been immersed in the culture, language and traditions of a city abroad
will not only boost their career prospects, but will also open their eyes to new international lifestyles
that will develop their new positive perspectives in life. Having a global experience under their belt will
widen their employability margins and will give prospective employers the clear idea that they are able
to adopt professionally and personally to multi-cultural settings.

It is on the above-mentioned premises and contentions that I earnestly request for your utmost
consideration and approval to please allow our university to participate in the Student Internship Abroad
Program (SIAP) effective November 2, 2018. Two (2) 4th year students from Pontevedra Campus taking
up Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and four (4) 4 th year students from Sigma Satellite
College taking up Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management have passed and qualified the criteria
set forth by the Foreign Host Training Establishment, the Pattana Golf Club and Resort with address at
99/89 Moo 9 Khoakansong, Sriracha, Chonburi, 20110, Thailand. Herewith attached are the
communication from Pattana Golf Club & Resort to CHEDRO VI and the MOA between CAPSU and
the FHTE certifying the acceptance of six (6) CAPSU students for internship at their hotel.

Thank you and may this request merits your favorable action and approval.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me at_______________ on this ___________day of


____________2018, affiant exhibiting to me her university I.D:

Name Number Date Issued Place Issued

__________________ ______________ _______________ ___________

Doc No.______
Page No._____
Book No._____
Series of 2018
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October 8, 2018

EDILBERTO J. ORILLOS
OIC Regional Director
CHEDRO VI
La Paz, Iloilo

Sir:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family!

First and foremost in behalf of the faculty, staff, and students of CapSU let me extend to you
our thanks and appreciation for the all-out support you have extended to the university.
Furthermore, I am pleased to inform you that six (6) of our students, three (3) 4th year students
from Pontevedra Campus taking up Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and three
(3) 4th year students from Sigma Satellite College taking up Bachelor of Science in Tourism
Management have passed and qualified the criteria set forth by Pattana Golf Club and Resort
with address at 99/89 Moo 9 Khoakansong, Sriracha, Chonburi, 20110, Thailand. Therefore,
they will be having their internship in that said Foreign Host Training Establishment from
November 5, 2018 to April 25, 2019.

In this connection I would like to humbly ask your office to endorse the internship of the
following students to the Bureau of Immigration.

Name of Students Campus


1. Quenne Balesta Sigma Satellite College
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2. Erlinda Batuigas Sigma Satellite College
3. Kaynelyn Tumlos Pontevedra Campus
4. Sarah Billones Pontevedra Campus
5. Marrielle Bernardino Pontevedra Campus
6. Glevy Candido Sigma Satellite College

Thank you and may this request merits your favorable action and endorsement.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: September 25, 2018

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE COLLEGE


DIRECTORS

Attention:
OJT/SIP/SIAP COORDINATORS

SUBJECT: PROPOSAL PRESENTATION ON STUDENT INTERNSHIP ABROAD


PROGRAM BY THE MANILA INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATED
LEARNING CENTER (MIILC) AND MEETING OF SIGMA AND
PONTEVEDRA STUDENTS WHO SIGNIFY TO PARTICIPATE IN THE
SIAP
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In connection with the international student mobilization program of the university you are
hereby directed to send your OJT/SIP/SIAP Coordinators to attend the proposal presentation on
student internship abroad program by the Manila International Integrated Learning Centre
(MIILC) on September 28, 2018, 10:00 AM at the CapSU Central Board Room. Likewise, for
Pontevedra Campus and Sigma Satellite College you are also directed to please send your
BSHRM and BS Tourism students who signifies to participate in the SIAP for a meeting on the
same date after the presentation of the MIILC. Students attending the meeting should be
required to submit a parents waiver.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

You are hereby directed to please come for a meeting at the Central Office Board Room on
July 6, 2018, 9:30 AM for the Proposal Presentation on the International Mobilization of
BSHRM and BSTOURISM Student.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.

SUC President III


Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018
Office of the University President
DATE: September 26, 2018

TO: CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS


SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
Attention:

MAT NUMER B. OFALLA MARIA VICTORIA SAIRA D.MONTEFRIO


QUENNE BALESTA ERLINDA BATUIGAS
MAYBELYN MUJAR SARAH BILLONES
MARIELLE BERNARDINO GLEVY CANDIDO

SUBJECT: PREDEPARTURE ORIENTATION OF STUDENTS WHO WOULD BE


UNDERGOING THE STUDENT INTERNSHIP IN THAILAND

I am glad to inform you that two (2) students from Pontevedra Campus and four (4) students
from Sigma Satellite College, passed and qualified in the Student Internship in Thailand –
PATTANA Golf Club and Resort. In this connection please send the above mentioned students
together with their Parents and the SIAP Coordinators to attend the pre-departure orientation on
September 29, 2018, 11:00 AM at the Central Office Board Room, Dayao, Roxas City,Capiz.
Please require the students to submit their parents/guardian waiver.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

DATE: September 26, 2018

DR. EDITHA C. ALFON


SUC President III
This University

Ma’am:

Greetings!

I am pleased to inform you that the pre departure orientation of our 6 students, 2 from
Pontevedra Campus and 4 from Sigma Satellite College who would be undergoing internship in
Thailand is scheduled this coming Saturday, 11:00 AM. In this connection I would like to
request for the use of the Central Office Board Room the whole morning on September 29,
2018. Furthermore, I would like to request for the services of Mr. Wilson Pfleider and Ms.
Mary Joy G. Agnas to open and close the administration building, operate the sound system
and assist during the meeting.

Our thanks and gratitude for the utmost support and assistance you have always generously
showered to us.

God Bless and more power.

Very respectfully yours,

MARY ANN B, MARTELINO Ph.D.


VPEAL

Approved:

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: September 26, 2018

TO: MR.WILSON B. PFLEIDER


MS. MARY JOY G. AGNAS

SUBJECT: OVERSTIME WORK ON September 29, 2018

In connection with the pre departure orientation of our 6 students, 2 from Pontevedra Campus
and 4 from Sigma Satellite College who would be undergoing internship in Thailand scheduled
this coming September 29, 2018, Saturday, 11:00 AM you are hereby directed to render an
overtime work on the said date. Furthermore, on that day you are directed to open and close the
administration building, operate the sound system and assist during the meeting.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: October 1, 2018

TO: CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS


SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
Attention:

THE REGISTRARS

SUBJECT: EARLY ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS WHO WOULD BE


UNDERGOING SIAP IN THAILAND

In connection with the internship of the following students to Thailand you are hereby directed
to please pre-enrol the students early this week. Furthermore, submit their enrolment
certificates to Dr. Amel L. Magallanes, Director for External Affairs and Linkages on or before
October 5,
2018.

7. Quenne Balesta Sigma Satellite College


Office of the University President
8. Erlinda Batuigas Sigma Satellite College
9. Kaynelyn Tumlos Pontevedra Campus
10. Sarah Billones Pontevedra Campus
11. Marrielle Bernardino Pontevedra Campus
12. Glevy Candido Sigma Satellite College
13. KC Norba Sigma Satellite College
14. Zyrene Gimoto Sigma Satellite College
15. Jonamae Llorico Sigma Satellite College
16. Mariel Dizon Sigma Satellite College
17. Gracelyn Ferrer Sigma Satellite College
18. Ronel Legaspi Sigma Satellite College

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: October 1, 2018

TO: SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE


Attention:

SIP/SIAP COORDINATORS

SUBJECT: INTERVIEW OF SIGMA TOURISM STUDENTS FOR INTERNSHIP IN


THAILAND

Please be informed that 3 Tourism Students from Sigma Satellite College is scheduled for interview by
one of our FHTE in Thailand, the Naka Hotel and Resort on Wednesday, October 3, 2016, 1:00 PM at
the Central Office Board Room, Dayao , Roxas City, Capiz. In this connection you are hereby directed
to please send the students listed below to the central office on the date and time specified in this
Memorandum. Furthermore, let the students submit their parents waiver.
Office of the University President
1. Grace Lyn Ferrer Sigma Satellite College
2. KC Norba Sigma Satellite College
3. Ronel Legaspi Sigma Satellite College

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: October 3, 2018


Office of the University President
TO: DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE

Attention:

SIP/SIAP COORDINATOR

SUBJECT: INTERVIEW OF SIGMA TOURISM STUDENTS FOR INTERNSHIP IN


THAILAND

Please be informed that 3 Tourism Students from Sigma Satellite College is scheduled for interview by
one of our FHTE in Thailand, the Wanaburee Resort on Friday, October 5, 2018, 10:00 AM at the
Central Office Board Room, Davao , Roxas City, Capiz. In this connection you are hereby directed to
please send the students listed below to the central office on the date and time specified in this
Memorandum. Furthermore, let the students submit their parents waiver and instruct them to bring their
pack lunch.

1. Zyrene Gimoto Sigma Satellite College


2. Jonamae Llorico Sigma Satellite College
3. Mariel Dizon Sigma Satellite College

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

October 4, 2018

ATTY. LILY FREIDA M. MILLA, CESO IV


Director III
IAS, Commission on Higher Education
55 C.P. Garcia Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
1101 Metro Manila

Madam:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family.

At the outset in behalf of the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University let me extend
to you our appreciation and thanks for the support you have generously accorded to the
university.

The purpose of this communication is to request your office to evaluate the necessity and to
endorse favorably the travel to Thailand of four (4) of our personnel to do ocular inspection,
monitoring and evaluation and to conduct and fetch our 12 BSHM and BS Tourism students
who would be having their internship abroad.

Name of CapSU Task to do in Place to be visited in Date


Personnel Thailand Thailand
1. Dr. Mary Ann B. Ocular Inspection  Pattana Golf Club and October15-17,
Martelino – VP for Resort 2018
External Affairs and  Wanaburee Resort
Linkages  Naka Island Hotel

2. Dr. Matt Numer B. Conduct student  Pattana Golf Club and November 4,
Ofalla – SIP/SIAP interns to Thailand Resort 2018
Coordinator  Wanaburee Resort
 Naka Island Hotel
Office of the University President
3. Dr. Amel L. Visit and Monitor  Pattana Golf Club and February 15-17,
Magallanes – the performance of Resort 2019
Director External student interns  Wanaburee Resort
Affairs and Linkages  Naka Island Hotel

4. Dr. Ian B. Arcega Fetch the student  Pattana Golf Club and April 24, 2019
interns Resort
OSA Director  Wanaburee Resort
 Naka Island Hotel

Thank you and may this request for evaluation and endorsement of four of our personnel for
travel to Thailand merits your kind consideration and favorable action.

God Bless and more power.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: October 4, 2018

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
Attention:
DR. MATT NUMER B. OFALLA
SIAP/SIP COORDINATOR
DR. AMEL L. MAGALLANES
OSA DIRECTOR

SUBJECT: TRAVEL TO CHED OSDS REGIONAL OFFICE, ILOILO CITY

You are hereby directed to proceed to CHED OSDS Regional Office, Iloilo City on October 8,
2018, Monday to facilitate the endorsement of the CHED Regional Office of the papers of the 6
students who would be undergoing SIAP in Thailand to CHED National Office.

For your compliance.


Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.
SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: October 4, 2018

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE COLLEGE


DIRECTORS

SUBJECT: RETURNING OF PROCUREMENT REQUEST NOT CONTAINED IN


THE ORIGINAL APPROVED 2018 APP

All procurement requests and its accompanying attached documents not contained in the
Original approved 2018 APP submitted to the BAC Office for processing are respectfully
returned to your office. Please be informed that goods and services requested and reflected in
Office of the University President
the PR which are not included in the approved 2018 APP of the university cannot and will not
be processed. In this connection you are advice to do the following:

 Prioritize the goods and services that your campus wants to procure amounting to
below 1,000,000.00 and make a supplemental PPMP and have it approved by the
President.
 Supplies and materials not accommodated in the approved supplemental PPMP of
below 1 million should be built in instead in the supplemental PPMP for 2019 for
unused balance as of December 2018 .

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

October 22, 2018

ENGR. ROLANDO D. LIVETA, CESO


Director II
OSDS
CHED, Central Office
Carlos P. Garcia Avenue
UP Diliman, Quezon City
Office of the University President
Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University.

Herewith, we are sending the original and lacking documents needed for the endorsement of
your office in connection with our Student Internship Abroad Program.

Thank you and our appreciation and gratitude for your ever continuing support to the programs
of the university.

God Bless and more power.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
Office of the University President
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: October 22, 2018

TO: DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS

Attention:
PROF. JOSEPH PHEBOS MAGSIPOC

SUBJECT: PRE DEPARTURE ORIENTATION SEMINAR OF STUDENTS WHO


WOULD BE UNDERGOING SIAP

In connection with the Pre Departure Orientation Seminar of students who would be
undergoing Student Internship Abroad Program in Thailand you are hereby directed to send
Prof. Joseph Phebos Magsipoc, CAPSU Main Campus Faculty to talk on the topic Spiritual
Enhancement on October 30, 2018, 9:00 AM at the CAPSU Central Board Room, Dayao,
Roxas City.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: October 22, 2018

TO: DR. LUDOVICO C. OLMO, JR.


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS

Attention:
DR. RODYARD MADICLUM

SUBJECT: PRE DEPARTURE ORIENTATION SEMINAR OF STUDENTS WHO


WOULD BE UNDERGOING SIAP

In connection with the Pre Departure Orientation Seminar of students who would be
undergoing Student Internship Abroad Program in Thailand you are hereby directed to send Dr.
Rodyard Madiclum, CAPSU Burias Campus COE Dean to talk on the topic Personality
Development and Cosmetic Make-up on October 30, 2018, 9:00 AM at the CAPSU Central
Board Room, Dayao, Roxas City.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN
DIRECTOR TAPAZ SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. RAMISES N. SOLANTE
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
PROF. ROSEL L. DIONIO
DIRECTOR MAMBUSAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
SUSAN O DANGAN, Ed.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs
NILO D. DELFIN, Ed.D.
Vice Pres. for Administration and Finance
LUCY A. BELUSO, Ph.D.
Vice President for RDE
Office of the University President

ATTY. LILY FREIDA M. MILLA, CESO IV


Director III
IAS, Commission on Higher Education
55 C.P. Garcia Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
1101 Metro Manila

DR. EDITHA C. ALFON


SUC President III
Capiz State University
Dayao, Roxas City, Capiz
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: October 23, 2018

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS

DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS


Office of the University President
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
Attention:
SIAP COORDINATORS
Quenne Balesta Sigma Satellite College
Erlinda Batuigas Sigma Satellite College
Kaynelyn Tumlos Pontevedra Campus
Sarah Billones Pontevedra Campus
Marrielle Bernardino Pontevedra Campus
Glevy Candido Sigma Satellite College

SUBJECT: PRE DEPARTEURE ORIENTATION SEMINAR

In connection with the 6 months SIAP in Thailand of the students identified below you are hereby
directed to let them attend the Pre-Departure Seminar on October 30, 2018, 8:00 AM at the Central
Office Board Room, Dayao, Roxas City, Capiz. Furthermore please require them to
submit their parent’s permit. If possible provide them with a transportation.

Name of Students Campus


1. Quenne Balesta Sigma Satellite College
2. Erlinda Batuigas Sigma Satellite College
3. Kaynelyn Tumlos Pontevedra Campus
4. Sarah Billones Pontevedra Campus
5. Marrielle Bernardino Pontevedra Campus
6. Glevy Candido Sigma Satellite College

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Office of the University President
Series of 2018

DATE: October 23, 2018

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS

DIRECTOR EALO

SUBJECT: TRAVEL TO CHED CENTRAL OFFICE MANILA

In connection with the processing of the documents of the six (6) CAPSU students who would
be having their Students Internship Abroad Program (SIAP) in Thailand you are hereby
directed to travel to CHED Central Office, UP Diliman, Quezon City and the Bureau of
Immigration to facilitate the approval of the student’s travel documents.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

ATTENDANCE SHEET

TITLE OF ACTIVITY : FINAL PRE-DEPARTURE ORIENTATION & SEMINAR (PDOS) OF 6


STUDENTS FOR INTERNSHIP IN PATTANA GOLF & RESORT, THAILAND
DATE : OCTOBER 17, 2018
VENUE : CAPSU DAYAO- CENTRAL OFFICE BOARD ROOM

NAME POSITION CONTACT NO. SIGNATURE


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Certified Correct:

Amel L. Magallanes, Ph.D.


Director, External Affairs and Linkages
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: November 5, 2018

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS


AND SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTORS

SUBJECT: PARTICIPATION TO THE VIVA EXCON, THE VISAYAS VISUAL


ARTS EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE

Please be informed that my office has received an invitation from VIVA EXCON/CAPIZ
2018 inviting participants to attend the Visayas Islands Visual Arts Exhibition and
Conference on November 8, 2018 the launching, November 9-10, 2018 the three day
conference and exhibition until January 31, 2019. Registration fee is Ph. 2,500.00 without
accommodation. In this connection you are hereby directed to send participants to the said
activity if your budget warrants. For further details please refer to the invitation hereto attach.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: November 6, 2018

TO: DR. AMEL L. MAGALLANES

SUBJECT: ATTENDANCE TO THE ZONAL ORIENTATION ON CMO NO. 63,


S. 2017 “POLICIES AND GUIDELIENS ON LOCAL OFF-CAMPUS
ACTIVITIES”.

In connection with the CHED Memorandum received dated October 29, 2018 you are hereby
directed to attend the Zonal Orientation on CMO No. 63, S. 2017 “Policies and Guidelines on
Local Off-Campus Activities” on November 8, 2018 at Cebu City. Your travelling expenses
and per diems will be charged to the Central Administration Funds.

For your compliance.


Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.
SUC President III

November 12, 2018

ATTY. LILY FREIDA M. MILLA, CESO IV


Director III
IAS, Commission on Higher Education
55 C.P. Garcia Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
1101 Metro Manila

Madam:

Greetings from your Capiz State University Family.


Office of the University President
At the outset in behalf of the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University let me extend
to you our thanks and gratitude for the support you have open-handedly afforded to the
university.

The purpose of this communication is to request your office to favorably endorse our
Membership Application to the University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific (UMAP)
Philippines.

Thank you and may this request for endorsement merits your kind consideration and favorable
action.

God Bless and more power.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: November 12, 2018

TO DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS AD, MAIN CAMPUS AD, PONTEVEDRA
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR. DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE CAMPUS AD, BURIAS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO COAS/COE DEANS
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE PARTICIPATING
STUDENTS
COAS/COE PROGRAM COORDINATORS SIAP COORDINATORS
SUBJECT: ATTENDANCE TO THE SEA TEACHER-PRE SERVICE STUDENT
Office of the University President
TEACHER EXCHANGE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

In connection with the program of the university on international student mobilization you are
hereby directed to attend the orientation regarding the SEA TEACHER-Pre Service Student
Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia on November 14, 2018, 1:00 pm at the Dayao Satellite
College Accreditation Room with the following identified participants:

Campus/Satellite College Participants


Main Campus Campus Administrator
Dean COAS/COE
Program COAS/COE Coordinator
SIAP Coordinator
1 4th year BSED student identified participant from
MAPEH
Burias Campus Campus Administrator
Dean COAS/COE
Program COAS/COE Coordinator
SIAP Coordinator
1 identified 4th year BSED English student participant
1 identified 4th year BSED Math student participant
1 identified 4th year BSED Science student participant
Pontevedra Campus Campus Administrator
Dean COAS/COE
Program COAS/COE Coordinator
SIAP Coordinator
2 identified 4th year BSED English student participant
1 identified 4th year BSED Math student participant
Dumarao Satellite College Satellite College Director
Dean COAS/COE
Program COAS/COE Coordinator
SIAP Coordinator
2 identified 4th year BSED Soc Sci student participant
Dayao Satellite College Satellite College Director
Dean COAS/COE
Program COAS/COE Coordinator
SIAP Coordinator
1 identified 4th year BEED student participant

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: November 13, 2018

TO DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR
Attention:
DR. MATT NUMER OFALLA

SUBJECT: REPORT OF DR. MATT NUMER OFALLA ON HIS TRAVEL IN


THAILAND

Please send Dr. Matt Numer Ofalla to the Central Office tomorrow, November 14, 2018, 1:00
PM to render his written report on his trip to Thailand.
For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: November 12, 2018

TO : CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS/ SATELLITE COLLEGE


DIRECTORS, DEANS, PROGRAM CHAIRS. SIP/SIAP
COORDINATORS

SUBJECT : ORIENTATION ON SIP/SIAP AND CMO NO. 63, S. 2017 POLICIES


AND GUIDELINES

In line with the efforts of the university to have a smooth sailing conduct of all student related
activities you are hereby directed to attend the Orientation on SIP/SIAP and CMO 63, s. 2017
Policies and Guidelines. This orientation will be conducted on November 20, 2018, 8:00 AM at
the CapSU Dayao Training Cxenter.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


Office of the University President
SUC President III

November 14, 2018

MS. TRACY WANG


Foreign Affairs Office
Shanghai Dushi Green Engineering Co., Ltd.
Office of the University President
No. 2880 Shenkun Road Shanghai P.R., China

Madam:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!

I have received your communication dated November 8, 2018 asking our consent for your
General Manager, Mr. Ding Guoxiang and Engineering Department Manager, Mr. Gu Qingjun
to visit our researches in Agriculture in December 2018. I referred your request to our Vice
President for Research, Development and Extension and she answered affirmatively. In this
connection, as the President of the university, your request to visit the researches in agriculture
is gladly accepted. Please inform us of the exact date of the visit and the itinerary of the travel
so that we will be guided accordingly.

Thank you and more power.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

November 21, 2018

SEC. NEIL FRANK R. FERRER


Assistant Secretary
Office of Consular Affairs
Department of Foreign Affairs
Parañaque City

SIR:

Greetings from your Capiz State University Family.

First and foremost let me extend to you in behalf of the faculty, staff and students of the university our
thanks, gratitude and indebtedness for the support you have afforded to us in the assistance of your office
to our student’s in securing their passports. The 6 students that you have assisted are already in Thailand
for their Internship abroad.

The purpose of this communication is to once again ask for your most needed benevolence. Nine (9) of
our Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) students qualified to the SEA Teacher Project or the
“Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia”. It is a project that aims to provide
opportunity for pre-service student teachers from universities in Southeast Asia to have
teaching experiences (practicum) in schools in other countries in Southeast Asia. The SEA
Project is based on the SEAMEO seven priority areas to improve the quality of education in
Southeast Asia by building and strengthening the capacity of teachers in the region. They are
supposed to leave the Philippines November 6, 2019. The problem however, is that the 9
student participants don’t have a passport yet. We look into getting an online appointment but
the earliest that we can get is 2nd week of December. If that is the case our students could not
participate in the SEA Project because the pre requisite in processing their papers is the
passports of the students.
Office of the University President
In this connection, I would like to respectfully request approval from your good office if
possible that our nine students be given a passport application schedule at DFA Iloilo City
probably November 27 to 29 2018 or on the 1st week of December.
Thank you, GOD Bless and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

October 4, 2018
Office of the University President

November 16, 2018

ATTY. LILY FREIDA M. MILLA, CESO IV


Director III
IAS, Commission on Higher Education
55 C.P. Garcia Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
1101 Metro Manila

Madam:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family.

At the outset in behalf of the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University let me extend to you
our appreciation and thanks for the support you have generously accorded to the university.

The purpose of this communication is to once again ask for your most needed benevolence. Ten (10) of
our Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) students qualified to the SEA Teacher Project or the
“Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia”. It is a project that aims to provide
opportunity for pre-service student teachers from universities in Southeast Asia to have teaching
experiences (practicum) in schools in other countries in Southeast Asia. The SEA Project is based on the
SEAMEO seven priority areas to improve the quality of education in Southeast Asia by building and
strengthening the capacity of teachers in the region. They are supposed to leave the Philippines January
8-9, 2019.
In this connection we would like to request your office to evaluate the necessity and to endorse
favorably the travel to Thailand and Indonesia of three (3) of our personnel to conduct the 10 BSED
students who would be participating in the SEA Teacher Project.
Name of CapSU Personnel Task to do in Thailand Place to be visited in Date
Indonesia and Thailand
1. Dr. Amel L. Magallanes – Conduct 6 BSED the  University of January 9, 2019
Director External Affairs and students to Indonesia Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr.
Linkages Hamka
 State University of
Padang

2. Ms. Marien A. Laureto Conduct 4 BSED students  Nakhon Si Thammarat January 8, 2019
SIAP Coordinator to Thailand Rajabhat University
 Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat
Office of the University President
Univerity

3. Dr. Matt Numer B. Ofalla Conduct 6 BSED the  University of Janiary 9, 2019
students to Indonesia Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr.
Hamka
 University of Islam
Indonesia

Thank you and may this request for evaluation and endorsement of two of our personnel for travel to
Thailand and Indonesia merits your kind consideration and favorable action.

God Bless and more power.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

November 26, 2018

THE HONORABLE CHAIR AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS


This University

SIR/MADAM:
Office of the University President
Greetings from the Capiz State University Family.

The purpose of this communication is to once again ask for your most needed benevolence.
Ten (10) of our Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) students qualified to the SEA
Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia”. It is a
project that aims to provide opportunity for pre-service student teachers from universities in
Southeast Asia to have teaching experiences (practicum) in schools in other countries in
Southeast Asia. The SEA Project is based on the SEAMEO seven priority areas to improve the
quality of education in Southeast Asia by building and strengthening the capacity of teachers in
the region. They are supposed to leave the Philippines for a one month practice teaching
practicum to Thailand\Indonesia on January 6, 2019. The 10 students will be going home on
February 10, 2017.
It is on the above-mentioned premises and contentions that I earnestly request for your utmost
consideration to approve the one (1) month Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange of our ten
(10) BSED students to Thailand and Indonesia (list hereto attach). They have passed and
qualified in the criteria set forth by SEAMEO and the receiving universities in Thailand and
Indonesia. Please see attach Letter of Agreement for your ready reference. Furthermore, rest
assured that all the requirements, obligations and or responsibilities of involved parties as
contained in CMO 26 – “Policy and Guidelines and Procedures on International Trips (IET) of
Undergraduate and Graduate Student” will be religiously complied for.

Thank you and may this request to approve the one (1) month Pre-Service Student Teacher
Exchange of our ten (10) BSED students to Thailand and Indonesia merits your kind
consideration and approval.

God Bless and more power.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018
Office of the University President
DATE: November 12, 2018

TO : DR. MATT NUMER B. OFALLA


SIAP COORDINATOR
PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS

SUBJECT : SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT TO REPORT TO THE CAPSU CENTRAL


OFFICE TWICE A WEEK

Owing to the exigency in service


For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: November 16, 2018

TO : DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE

SUBJECT : SEMINR WORKSHOP ON FRONT OFFICE PROCEDURE WITH


PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND HOTEL OPERATIONS

As per communication received from Ms. Cherry C. Lagradante, the Senior Program Executive
of Astoria Hotels and Resorts one of our partner agencies there will be a seminar workshop on
Front Office Procedure with Property Management System and Hotel Operations on December
3-5 2018 at CapSU Pontevedra, Capiz. The seminar is open for BS in Hospitality Management
(BSHM) and BS Tourism Management (BSTM) students and faculty members. This is a 1 day
seminar only so students and faculty members interested to attend the seminar may choose on
any of the identified dates. The training fee is Ph. 1,200.00. For further details please refer to
the attached communication and or communicate with DR. MATT NUMER B. OFALLA in
this number 09104038884/09338551696.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: November 16, 2018

TO : DR. AMEL L. MAGALLANES

SUBJECT : ATTENDANCE TO THE NATIONAL RE-ORIENTATION ON


CMO NO. 22. SERIES OF 2013, REVISED POLICIES,
STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES ON STUDENT INTERNSHIP
ABROAD PROGRAM (SIAP) AND OTHRE ISSUANCES
RELATIVE TO ITS IMLEMENTATION

As per communication received you are hereby directed to attend the National Re-Orientation
on CMO No. 22. Series of 2013, Revised Policies, Standards and Guidelines on Student
Internship Abroad Program (SIAP) ON November 29, 2018 at Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel,
Lot MC9 Waterfront Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone Zambales. Your travelling expenses shall
be charged against the CAPSU Central fund subject to the usual accounting and auditing rules
and regulations.

For your compliance

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: November 19, 2018

TO : DR. MATT NUMER B. OFALLA

SUBJECT : TEMPORARY DETAILMENT OF DR. MATT NUMER B.


OFALLA TO THE CENTRAL OFFICE

In connection with the influx of work at the Office of the Vice President for External Affairs
and Linkages due to the participation of 10 Education students to the SEA Teachers Project
of SEAMEO you are hereby directed to report to the CAPSU Central Office, Dayao Campus,
twice a week upon receipt of this Memorandum until January 31, 2019. Furthermore, in
reporting to the Central Office you are required to register to our Biometrics for your signing in
and signing out.

For your compliance.

November 26, 2018

SEC. NEIL FRANK R. FERRER


Assistant Secretary
Office of Consular Affairs
Department of Foreign Affairs
Parañaque City

SIR:

Greetings from your Capiz State University Family.

First and foremost let me extend to you in behalf of the faculty, staff and students of the university our
thanks, gratitude and indebtedness for the support you have afforded to us in the assistance of your office
to our student’s in securing their passports. The 6 students that you have assisted are already in Thailand
for their Internship abroad.
Office of the University President
The purpose of this communication is to once again ask for your most needed benevolence. Nine (9) of our
Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) students qualified to the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-
Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia”. It is a project that aims to provide
opportunity for pre-service student teachers from universities in Southeast Asia to have teaching
experiences (practicum) in schools in other countries in Southeast Asia. The SEA Project is based
on the SEAMEO seven priority areas to improve the quality of education in Southeast Asia by
building and strengthening the capacity of teachers in the region. They are supposed to leave the
Philippines January 6, 2019. The problem however, is that the 9 student participants don’t have a
passport yet. We look into getting an online appointment but the earliest that we can get is 2nd
week of December. If that is the case our students could not participate in the SEA Project because
the pre requisite in processing their papers is the passports of the students.
In this connection, I would like to respectfully request approval from your good office if
possible that our nine students be given a passport application schedule at DFA Iloilo City on
the 1st week of December.
Thank you, GOD Bless and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: November 16, 2018

TO DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS AD, MAIN CAMPUS AD, PONTEVEDRA
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR. DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO, JR.
DIR. DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE CAMPUS AD, BURIAS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO DR. AMEL MAGALLANES
DIR. DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTOR EAL
DR. MATT NUMER B. OFALLA MS. MARIEN A. LAURETO
SIAP Coordinator SIAP Coordinator
MR. EMAN TUMLOS
CAPSU Main Staff

SUBJECT : PASSPORT APPLICATION AND MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF


PARTICIPATING STUDENTS IN THE SEA TEACHER PROJECT OF
SEAMEO

In connection with the participation of the university to the SEA Teacher Project of SEAMEO
you are hereby directed to send the identified BSED/BEED student participants in your
campus/satellite college to DFA, Iloilo City and Taleon Medical Center for passport application
and Medical Examination respectively on December 4, 2018. They will be leaving Roxas City
at about 4:00 AM on that day together with the identified officials/faculty above.

1. Merry Flor L. Martinez Science Burias


2. Ma. Adelyn L. Dorion English Burias
3. Krishia Ann Labon Mathematics Burias
4. Dianne Shayne P. Alegre BEED Dayao
5. James A. Olorosisimo MAPEH Roxas-main
6. Ma. Lourdes D. Heyres Social Studies Dumarao
7. Christian F. Basco Social Studies Dumarao
8. Ma. Christine C. Dolfo English Pontevedra
9. Mary Georgette Anne D. Bueno English Pontevedra
10. Carla Jean B. Delfin Math Pontevedra

For your compliance


Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.
SUC President III
Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: December 7, 2018

TO DR. MARY ANN B. MARTELINO VP-EXTERNAL AFFAIRS & LINKAGES


DR. IAN B. ARCEGA OSA DIRECTOR
MELANIE C. LECCIO SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR-TAPAZ
VINCENT VINAS SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR-DAYAO
LUISA SAMINO SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR-BURIAS
JEZEL F. SUCIAS SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR-DUMARAO
JOHN MARK B. DARIAGA SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR-MAIN
FELYN MAE YAP SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR-POBLACION
JAY ANN GREGORIO SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR-PILAR
TERESITA LOBERIZA SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR-PONTEVEDRA
JP LOTA S. MEDINA SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR-SIGMA

SUBJECT: YEAR END ASSESSMENT OF SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATORS FOR


THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019 TO BE HELD AT EON CENTENNIAL
RESORT HOTEL & WATERPARK ON DECEMBER 10, 2018

As per communication received you are hereby directed to att6end the Rear End Assessment of
Scholarship Coordinators for the AY 2018-2019 to be held at Eon Centennial Resort Hotel and
Waterpark, Datu Sumakwel St., Alta Terra Village, Jaro, Iloilo City on December 10, 2018.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
Office of the University President

December 7, 2018

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University

Sir/Madam:

Season’s Greetings of a Merry Christmas from your Capiz Sate Universality Family.

It is a known fact that college graduates need an international perspective to be competitive in


today's job market. Many will have to negotiate with foreign cultures whether they work in the
Philippines or abroad. As part of this continuing change, international college internships
should now be viewed as stepping stones to career success.

Capiz State University as mandated to provide holistic academic experience to its major
clientele- the students is steadfast in its resolve to give the best international exposure to
students by developing a meaningful academic experience through cross-cultural education of
students in other ASIAN Countries.

And true to the mandate of the university I am happy to inform you that Ten (10) of our
Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) and Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEED)
students qualified to the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in
Office of the University President
Southeast Asia”. It is a project that aims to provide opportunity for pre-service student teachers
from universities in Southeast Asia to have teaching experiences (practicum) in schools in other
countries in Southeast Asia for a month. The SEA Teacher Project is based on the SEAMEO
seven priority areas to improve the quality of education in Southeast Asia by building and
strengthening the capacity of teachers in the region. They are supposed to leave the Philippines
January 10, 2019 for Indonesia and Thailand and they will be returning back on February 10,
2019. Herewith attach is the list of student participants and the country of destination for your
perusal.

In this connection I would like to request for the participation of our 10 BSED and BEED
students the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast
Asia”.of SEAMEO.

Thank you and may this request merits your consideration and approval.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

December 7, 2018
Office of the University President

December 7, 2018

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University
Office of the University President
Sir/Madam:

Merry Christmas and wishing you all the best this holiday season and throughout the year!

At the outset let me express to all of you our thanks and gratitude for the full support you have
accorded to the university.

In connection with the one month teaching practicum of the 10 BSED and BEED students of
the university in relation to the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher
Exchange in Southeast Asia”, I would like to request approval of the travel to Thailand and
Indonesia of two of our personnel to conduct the students in their country of destination on
January 10, 2019. The two CapSU personnel will accompany the students to ensure their safety
and wellbeing.

Name of CapSU Personnel Task to do in Thailand Place to be visited in Date


Indonesia and Thailand
4. Dr. Amel L. Magallanes – Conduct 6 BSED the  University of Islam January 10, 2019
Director External Affairs and students to Indonesia Indonesia
Linkages  State University of
Padang
 University of
Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr.
Hamka
 University of Islam
Indonesia

5. Ms. Marien A. Laureto Conduct 4 BSED students  Nakhon Si Thammarat January 10, 2019
SIAP Coordinator to Thailand Rajabhat University
 Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat
Univerity

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very respectfully yours,

December 11, 2018

EDILBERTO J. ORILLOS
OIC Regional Director
CHEDRO VI
Office of the University President
La Paz, Iloilo

Sir:

Season’s Greetings of a Merry Christmas from your Capiz Sate Universality Family.

First and foremost let me extend to the Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of
Regents our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for approving the one month participation of the
10 BSED and BEED students of the university to the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service
Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia” of SEAMEO.

It is with gladness also to inform you that the 10 students will be leaving the Philippines on
January 6, 2019 and they will be back on February 15, 2019. In this connection, I would like to
request approval of the one month internship of the students abroad. List hereto attach and the
different universities assigned to them and their country of destination. We have complied the
different requirements us prescribed for by the Commission on Higher Education and the
National Bureau of Immigration (NBI).

Name Specialization Campus Receiving University Country


1. Merry Flor L. Martinez Science Burias University Islam Indonesia Indonesia
2. Ma. Lourdes D. Heyres Social Science Dumarao University Islam Indonesia Indonesia
3. Christian F. Basco Social Science Dumarao University of Muhammadiyah Prof Indonesia
Dr. Hamka
4. Dianne Shayne P. Alegre BEED Dayao University of Muhammadiyah Prof Indonesia
Dr. Hamka
5. Ma. Adelyn L. Doroin English Burias State University of Padang Indonesia
6. James A. Olorosisimo MAPEH Roxas- State University of Padang Indonesia
Main
7. Krishia Ann Labon Math Burias Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat Thailand
University
8. Carla Jean B. Delfin Math Pontevedra Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat Thailand
University
9. Ma. Christine C. Dolfo English Pontevedra Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University Thailand

10. Mary Georgette Anne D. Bueno English Pontevedra Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University Thailand

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


Office of the University President
SUC President III

December 7, 2018

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University

Sir/Madam:

Season’s Greetings of a Merry Christmas from your Capiz Sate Universality Family.

It is a known fact that college graduates need an international perspective to be competitive in


today's job market. Many will have to negotiate with foreign cultures whether they work in the
Philippines or abroad. As part of this continuing change, international college internships
should now be viewed as stepping stones to career success.

Capiz State University as mandated to provide holistic academic experience to its major
clientele- the students is steadfast in its resolve to give the best international exposure to
students by developing a meaningful academic experience through cross-cultural education of
students in other ASIAN Countries.

And true to the mandate of the university I am happy to inform you that Ten (10) of our
Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) and Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEED)
students qualified to the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in
Southeast Asia”. It is a project that aims to provide opportunity for pre-service student teachers
from universities in Southeast Asia to have teaching experiences (practicum) in schools in other
countries in Southeast Asia for a month. The SEA Teacher Project is based on the SEAMEO
seven priority areas to improve the quality of education in Southeast Asia by building and
strengthening the capacity of teachers in the region. They are supposed to leave the Philippines
January 10, 2019 for Indonesia and Thailand and they will be returning back on February 10,
2019. Herewith attach is the list of student participants and the country of destination for your
perusal.
Office of the University President
In this connection I would like to request for the participation of our 10 BSED and BEED
students the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast
Asia”.of SEAMEO.

Thank you and may this request merits your consideration and approval.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

December 11, 2018

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University

Sir/Madam:

Merry Christmas and wishing you all the best this holiday season and throughout the year!

At the outset let me express our thanks and gratitude for the full support you have accorded to
the university.

In connection with the one month teaching practicum of the 10 BSED and BEED students of
the university in relation to the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher
Exchange in Southeast Asia” in Indonesia and Thailand, I would like to request approval of the
travel to Thailand and Indonesia of two of our personnel to conduct the students in their
country of destination on January 10, 2019. The two CapSU personnel will accompany the
students to ensure their safety and wellbeing.
Name of CapSU Personnel Task to do in Thailand Place to be visited in Date
Indonesia and Thailand
Office of the University President
1. Dr. Amel L. Magallanes – Conduct 6 BSED  University of Islam January 8, 2019 –
Director External Affairs and students to Indonesia Indonesia January 15, 2019
Linkages  University of
Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr.
Hamka

2. Ms. Marien A. Laureto Conduct 4 BSED  Nakhon Si Thammarat January 8, 2019-


SIAP Coordinator students to Thailand Rajabhat University January 15. 2019
 Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat
Univerity

3. Dr. Matt Numer B. Ofalla Conduct 6 BSED  State University of January 15. 2019-
SIAP Coordinator-Pontevedra students to Indonesia Padang January 8, 2019
 University of
Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr.
Hamka

Requesting further, that our travelling expenses, per diem and other related expenses will be
charged against the funds of the university. Hereto attach is the itinerary of travel and the
estimated expenses.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President II

December 7, 2018

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University

Sir/Madam:

Season’s Greetings of a Merry Christmas from your Capiz Sate Universality Family.

It is a known fact that college graduates need an international perspective to be competitive in


today's job market. Many will have to negotiate with foreign cultures whether they work in the
Office of the University President
Philippines or abroad. As part of this continuing change, international college internships
should now be viewed as stepping stones to career success.

Capiz State University as mandated to provide holistic academic experience to its major
clientele- the students is steadfast in its resolve to give the best international exposure to
students by developing a meaningful academic experience through cross-cultural education of
students in other ASIAN Countries.

And true to the mandate of the university I am happy to inform you that Ten (10) of our
Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) and Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEED)
students qualified to the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in
Southeast Asia”. It is a project that aims to provide opportunity for pre-service student teachers
from universities in Southeast Asia to have teaching experiences (practicum) in schools in other
countries in Southeast Asia for a month. The SEA Teacher Project is based on the SEAMEO
seven priority areas to improve the quality of education in Southeast Asia by building and
strengthening the capacity of teachers in the region. They are supposed to leave the Philippines
January 10, 2019 for Indonesia and Thailand and they will be returning back on February 10,
2019. Herewith attach is the list of student participants and the country of destination for your
perusal.

In this connection I would like to request for the participation of our 10 BSED and BEED
students the SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast
Asia”.of SEAMEO.

Thank you and may this request merits your consideration and approval.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
Office of the University President

December 11, 2018

EDILBERTO J. ORILLOS
OIC Regional Director
CHEDRO VI
La Paz, Iloilo

Sir:

Merry Christmas and wishing you all the best this holiday season and throughout the year!

I am happy to inform you that Ten (10) of our Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) and
Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEED) students qualified to the SEA Teacher Project or
the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia”. It is a project that aims to
provide opportunity for pre-service student teachers from universities in Southeast Asia to have
teaching experiences (practicum) in schools in other countries in Southeast Asia for a month.
The SEA Teacher Project is based on the SEAMEO seven priority areas to improve the quality
of education in Southeast Asia by building and strengthening the capacity of teachers in the
region

Furthermore, it is with gladness to further notify you that the 10 students is scheduled
tentatively to leave the Philippines going to their respective university assignment and country
of destination on January 10, 2019 and they will be back on February 19, 2019. In this
connection, I would like to request from your office to approve the one month practicum of our
10 students in Thailand and Indonesia. Matrix as to the names of the student participants and
their respective university and country assignment is hereto attach for your perusal. We have
fully complied with the different requirements as prescribed for by the Commission on Higher
Education and the National Bureau of Immigration (NBI).

Name Specialization Campus Receiving University Country


1. Merry Flor L. Martinez Science Burias University Islam Indonesia Indonesia
2. Ma. Lourdes D. Heyres Social Science Dumarao University Islam Indonesia Indonesia
Office of the University President
3. Christian F. Basco Social Science Dumarao University of Muhammadiyah Prof Indonesia
Dr. Hamka
4. Dianne Shayne P. Alegre BEED Dayao University of Muhammadiyah Prof Indonesia
Dr. Hamka
5. Ma. Adelyn L. Doroin English Burias State University of Padang Indonesia
6. James A. Olorosisimo MAPEH Roxas- State University of Padang Indonesia
Main
7. Krishia Ann Labon Math Burias Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat Thailand
University
8. Carla Jean B. Delfin Math Pontevedra Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat Thailand
University
9. Ma. Christine C. Dolfo English Pontevedra Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University Thailand

10. Mary Georgette Anne D. Bueno English Pontevedra Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University Thailand

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

December 11, 2018

EDILBERTO J. ORILLOS
OIC Regional Director
CHEDRO VI
La Paz, Iloilo

Sir:

Merry Christmas and wishing you all the best this holiday season and throughout the year!

I am happy to inform you that Ten (10) of our Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) and
Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEED) students qualified to the 7th Batch of the SEA
Teacher Project or the Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia. This project
Office of the University President
aims to provide opportunity for pre-service teachers from universities in Southeast Asia to have
teaching experiences (practicum) in schools in Southeast Asian countries for a month. The SEA
Teacher Project is based on the SEAMEO seven priority areas to improve the quality of
education in Southeast Asia by building and strengthening the capacity of teachers in the region

Furthermore, these 10 students are scheduled tentatively to leave the Philippines going to their
respective university assignment and country of destination on January 6, 2019 and they will be
back on February 16, 2019. In this connection, I would like to request from your office to
approve the one month practicum of our 10 students in Thailand and Indonesia. Matrix as to the
names of the student participants and their respective university and country assignment is
hereto attach for your perusal. We have fully complied with the different requirements as
prescribed for by the Commission on Higher Education and the National Bureau of
Immigration (NBI).

Name Specialization Campus Receiving University Country


1. Merry Flor L. Martinez Science Burias University Islam Indonesia Indonesia
2. Ma. Lourdes D. Heyres Social Science Dumarao University Islam Indonesia Indonesia
3. Christian F. Basco Social Science Dumarao University of Muhammadiyah Prof Indonesia
Dr. Hamka
4. Dianne Shayne P. Alegre BEED Dayao University of Muhammadiyah Prof Indonesia
Dr. Hamka
5. Ma. Adelyn L. Doroin English Burias State University of Padang Indonesia
6. James A. Olorosisimo MAPEH Roxas- State University of Padang Indonesia
Main
7. Krishia Ann Labon Math Burias Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat Thailand
University
8. Carla Jean B. Delfin Math Pontevedra Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat Thailand
University
9. Ma. Christine C. Dolfo English Pontevedra Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University Thailand

10. Mary Georgette Anne D. Bueno English Pontevedra Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University Thailand

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very respectfully yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President II
Office of the University President
Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: December 17, 2018

TO DR. LUDOVICO C. OLMO, JR .


CA, BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO
CA. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CA PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTOR, DAYAO
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTOR, DUMARAO

SUBJECT: OCULAR INSPECTION OF THE BELLETING QUARTERS OF


INBOUND SEA TEACHER PROJECT PARTICIPANT

In connection with the SEA Teacher Project, you are hereby directed to prepare your
Campus/Satellite College for an ocular inspection of the Billeting Quarters of the inbound
participants on December 20, 2018. Your Campus/College plan as to the itinerary of the
participants during their one month stay will also be look into.

Campus/Satellite College to be visited Estimated time of the visit on January 20,


2018
Duamarao 9:00 – 11:00
Burias 11:00 – 12:00
Pontevedra 1:00 – 3:00
Roxas City Main and Dayao 3:00 – 5:00

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN
DIRECTOR TAPAZ SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. RAMISES N. SOLANTE
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
PROF. ROSEL L. DIONIO
DIRECTOR MAMBUSAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
SUSAN O DANGAN, Ed.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs
NILO D. DELFIN, Ed.D.
Vice Pres. for Administration and Finance
LUCY A. BELUSO, Ph.D.
Vice President for RDE
Office of the University President

No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: December 17, 2018

TO DR. LUDOVICO C. OLMO, JR .


CA, BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO
CA. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CA PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTOR, DAYAO
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTOR, DUMARAO

SUBJECT: OCULAR INSPECTION OF THE BELLETING QUARTERS OF


INBOUND SEA TEACHER PROJECT PARTICIPANT

In connection with the SEA Teacher Project, you are hereby directed to prepare your
Campus/Satellite College for an ocular inspection of the Billeting Quarters of the inbound
participants on December 20, 2018. Your Campus/College plan as to the itinerary of the
participants during their one month stay will also be look into.
Office of the University President
Campus/Satellite College to be visited Estimated time of the visit on January 20,
2018
Duamarao 9:00 – 11:00
Burias 11:00 – 12:00
Pontevedra 1:00 – 3:00
Roxas City Main and Dayao 3:00 – 5:00

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

AUTHORIZATION

This is to authorise MR. MONICO B. EROMA of the CHED Central Office to claim the
Bureau of Immigration Clearance of the following SEA Teacher Project participants of Capiz
State University.

Departure on January 9, 2019 for Thailand at 06:40 via Air Asia Airways Flight No. Z2
285 namely:

STUDENTS:

1. BUENO, MARY GEORGETTE ANNE DASILAG P2869693A


Office of the University President
2. DELFIN, CARLA JEAN BALBINO P9810955A
3. DOLFO, Ma. CHRISTINE CALINAO P9810956A
4. LABON, KRISHIA ANN P9808299A

FACULTY:
1. LAURETO, MARIEN ASENTISTA P9808251A

This authorization is issued to Mr. Monico B. Eroma this 7th day of January 2019 at Capiz
State University, Roxas City Capiz.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

AUTHORIZATION

This is to authorise MR. MONICO B. EROMA of the CHED Central Office to claim the
Bureau of Immigration Clearance of the following SEA Teacher Project participants of Capiz
State University.

Departure on January 9, 2019 for Indonesia at 06:40 via Cebu Pacific Airways Flight No.
5J 759 namely:

STUDENTS:

1. BASCO, CHRISTIAN FUNTILON P9814001A


2. OLOROSISIMO, JAMES ALDEA P9812832A
3. MARTENIZ, MARRY FLOR LAURILLA P9812909A
Office of the University President
4. DOROIN, Ma. ADELYN LANETA P9861519A
5. ALEGRE, DIANNE SHAYNE PASTRANA P9811128A
6. HEYRES, Ma. LOURDES DABANDAN P9808446A

FACULTY:
1. MAGALLANES, AMEL LAVEZORES P8705730A
2. OFALLA, MATT NUMER BACTOL EC8035372

This authorization is issued to Mr. Monico B. Eroma this 7th day of January 2019 at Capiz
State University, Roxas City Capiz.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

AUTHORIZATION

This is to authorized MR. MONICO B. EROMA of the CHED Central


Office to claim the Bureau of Immigration Clearance of the SEA Teacher Project
participants of Capiz State University.

This authorization is issued to Mr. Monico B. Eroma this 4th day of January
2019 at Capiz State University, Roxas City Capiz.
Office of the University President

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

January 4, 2019

MR. YARON TAMIR


CEO
Agrostudies Agriculture
Capacity Building Ltd.

Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!
Office of the University President
Capiz State University is an academic institution whose general mandate is to provide advanced
instruction and professional training in agriculture, fishery and forestry, science and technology,
arts and humanities, education and other related fields. It also undertakes research, extension
services and production activities, and provide progressive leadership in its areas of
specialization.

CAPSU, like any educational institutions, is mandated to provide holistic academic experience
to its major clientele - the students. Student Internship is one of the programs being instituted
by the University viewed to greatly contribute to the student’s academic, career, and personal
development. The internship program provides students with the educational experiences that
will integrate theoretical ideas gained from studies in their respective programs into practice. It
is through internship that students are made employment ready and help jumpstart their career
with invaluable learning experiences and opportunities.

An international internship is an excellent way to gain the professional experience not possible
in the home country. Students who had been immersed in the culture, language and traditions in
countries abroad will not only boost their career prospects, but will also open their eyes to new
international lifestyles that will develop their new positive perspectives in life. Having a global
experience under their belt will widen their employability margins and will give prospective
employers the clear idea that they are able to adopt professionally and personally to multi-
cultural settings.

In this regard we are confident that you can be of help to us. With this, the university would like
to ask assistance from your office for our agriculture students to be given the chance to have
their internship in Israel.

Your assistance is very crucial in our quest to the advancement of our human resources to meet
the ever changing trends of the current global scenario.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and assistance.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

July 13, 2018

AMBASSADOR EFFIE BEN MATITYAU


Israel Ambassador to the Philippines
Office of the University President
Israel Embassy
11th Floor, Avecshares Center, Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City, Manila

Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!

Globalization is becoming an increasingly important metric for the survival and prosperity of every nations
and corporations; hence preparing our faculty, staff and students to be globally competitive is a necessity.

Capiz State University is an academic institution whose general mandate is to provide advanced instruction
and professional training in agriculture, fishery and forestry, science and technology, arts and humanities,
education and other related fields. It also undertakes research, extension services and production activities,
and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

CAPSU envisions the university to be the Center of Academic Excellence in Region VI in particular and in
the country or even globally in general. One of the strategies crafted to realize the vision is faculty, student
and staff development that is sending teaching and non-teaching personnel as well as students to national
and international meetings, fora, symposia, trainings and conferences to further enhance their knowledge in
their respective fields. However, the strategy of sending faculty, staff and students especially abroad entails
so much monetary requirements that the university could not afford.

And so the purpose of reaching out to you is to ask assistance from your office to link the university to
some benevolent institutions in Israel who can possibly offer scholarship or training grants to our teaching
and nonteaching personnel and possibly students.

Your assistance is very crucial in our quest to the advancement of our human resources to meet the ever
changing trends of the current global scenario.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and assistance.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2018

DATE: July 2, 2018

TO: CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS (PONTEVEDRA)


SATELLITE DIRECTORS (PILAR AND SIGMA)

SUBJECT: PROPOSAL PRESENTATION ON THE INTERNATIONAL MOBILILIZATION OF


BSHRM AND BSTOURISM STUDENT

You are hereby directed to please come for a meeting at the Central Office Board Room on July 6,
2018, 9:30 AM for the Proposal Presentation on the International Mobilization of BSHRM and
BSTOURISM Student.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.

SUC President III


Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: January 7, 2019

TO: VICE PRESIDENTS


ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE COLLEGE
DIRECTORS
HEADS OF OFFICCES OF THE CENTRAL OFFICE
COLLEGE EDUCATION DEANS, OSA CHAIRS, SIAP COORDINATORS
OF CAMPUSES AND SATELLITE COLLEGES WITH SEA TEACHER
PROJECT (MAIN, BURIAS, PONTEVEDRA, DUMARAO, AND
DAYAO)

SUBJECT: OPENING AND WELCOME CEREMONY OF THE 7TH BATCH OF


THE SEA TEACHER PROJECT

In connection with the participation of the university to the 7th Batch of SEA Teacher Project or
the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia” you are hereby directed to
attend the Opening and Welcome Ceremony of the 7th Batch of the inbound SEA Teacher
Project Participants. This will be on January 11, 2019, 9:00 AM at the Training Center of the
Dayao Satellite College. Furthermore you are advice to come on time.

For your guidance and information.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

The SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia” is
a project that aims to provide opportunity for pre-service student teachers from universities in
Southeast Asia to have teaching experiences (practicum) in schools in other countries in
Southeast Asia.

Based on the SEAMEO seven priority areas for the eleven SEAMEO Member countries to
work together to improve the quality of education in Southeast Asia, “Revitalizing Teacher
Education” is one of the priority areas in building and strengthening capacity of teachers in the
region.

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The exchange is preferably for 4th year students whose major are in math, science, English and
pre-school. The duration is for one month and based on the mechanism of cost sharing basis.
Students’ roles and responsibilities are assigned weekly during the one month period (observe,
assist in teaching, teach and reflect). Moreover, the host universities will provide mentors to
supervise and monitor the students throughout the practicum period.

Objectives of the Project

1. To enable pre-service student teachers to develop their teaching skills and pedagogy
2. To encourage the pre-service student teachers to practice their English skills
3. To allow the pre-service student teachers to gain a broader regional and world view
4. To expose future teachers to diverse teaching and learning situations and opportunities,
and the value of flexibility.Memo Order

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: January 8, 2019


Office of the University President
TO: DR. MARY ANN B. MARTELINO
VPEAL

SUBJECT: ATTENDANCE TO THE ORIENTATION FOR THE 2019 BATCH OF


STUDENT APPLICANTS FOR AGROSTUDIES INTERNSHIP IN ISRAEL

In connection with the move of the University for Student Internationalization you are hereby directed
to attend the Orientation for the 2019 batch of student applicants for Agrostudies Internship in Israel to
be held on January 15, 2019, 9:00 AM, at the PSAU Multipurpose Hall, Pampanga State Agricultural
University (PSAU), Magalang, Pampanga.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

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Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: January 8, 2019

TO: DR. AURALYN F. BALACASE

SUBJECT: ATTENDANCE TO THE ORIENTATION FOR THE 2019 BATCH OF


STUDENT APPLICANTS FOR AGROSTUDIES INTERNSHIP IN ISRAEL

In connection with the move of the University for Student Internationalization you are hereby directed
to attend the Orientation for the 2019 batch of student applicants for Agrostudies Internship in Israel to
be held on January 15, 2019, 9:00 AM, at the PSAU Multipurpose Hall, Pampanga State Agricultural
University (PSAU), Magalang, Pampanga.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

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Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019
DATE: January 17, 2019

TO: DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
Attention:
SEA Teacher Project Coordinators
SUBJECT: EMERGENCY MEETING OF THE SEA TEACHER COORDINATORS

Please be reminded of the scheduled Capiz Tour and Iloilo Tour of the Sea Teacher Inbound
Participants on January 19, 2019 and January 26, 2019 respectively. Furthermore please send your Sea
Teacher Project Coordinators to attend an emergency meeting tomorrow, January 18, 2019, 9:00 AM at
the Central Office Board Room. Please also take note of you outlined responsibilities below during the
tours.

Capiz Tour – January 19, 2019 Responsibilities


 Transportation Will be provided by the Campuses and Satellite
Colleges –
 Time and place of the Assembly CapSU Dayao – 6:00 AM
 Expenses Expenses of the 10 inbound participants will be
shouldered by the Central Office and expenses of
other accompanying faculty, staff or students will
be shouldered by the campuses and satellite
colleges.
 Itinerary Please see attached schedule
Iloilo Tour – January 26, 2019
 Transposition Will be provided by the Central office but the
delegation of campuses and satellite colleges will
be conducted and fetch in the designated meeting
Office of the University President
place.
 Assembly time in meeting points To be determined during the emergency meeting.
 Expenses Expenses of the 10 inbound participants will be
shouldered by the Central Office and expenses of
the accompanying coordinator (1 only)will be
shouldered by the campuses and satellite colleges.
 Itinerary please Please see attached schedule

For your information and guidance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: January 17, 2019

TO: DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ADELFO VIRTUDAZO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DIRECTOR MAMBUSAO

Attention:
SIP/SIAP COORDINATORS OF BS TOURISM/
BS HRM/ BS FOOD TECH. AND BIT MAJOR IN
FOOD TECH

SUBJECT: PRODUCT PRESENTATION OF CHROMA HOSPITALITY INC.


Office of the University President
As per request by the Director of Human Resources of Chroma Hospitality, Inc. owned by
Filinvest Hospitality Corporation you are hereby directed to send your BS Tourism, BS HRM,
BS Food Tech, and BIT major in Food Tech SIP/SIAP Coordinators to attend a 2 hour product
presentation at the Central Office. You may bring along interested students who would like to
attend the orientation provided that they will submit their notarized parent’s waiver. This will
be conducted on January 21, 2019, 10:00 AM at the Central Office Board Room. Furthermore,
advice your participants to come on time.

For your information and guidance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN
DIRECTOR TAPAZ SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO, JR.
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
Office of the University President
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ADELFO VERTUDAZO
DIRECTOR MAMBUSAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
SUSAN O DANGAN, Ed.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs
NILO D. DELFIN, Ed.D.
Vice Pres. for Administration and Finance
LUCY A. BELUSO, Ph.D.
Vice President for RDE

January 18, 2019

MR. ALPHONSUS D. TESORO


Provincial Tourism Officer/NCCA Commission
Capiz Provincial Tourism Office
Provincial Capitol
Roxas City, Capiz

Sir:

Greetings in the name of public service!


Office of the University President
I am pleased to inform your office that Capiz State University is a participant in the 7th Batch of
SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia”. The
SEA Teacher Project or the “Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia” is a
project that aims to provide opportunity for pre-service student teachers from universities in
Southeast Asia to have teaching experiences (practicum) in schools in other countries in
Southeast Asia. With this project, 10 students from the university were deployed for practicum
in Indonesia and Thailand. Likewise, 10 students from Indonesia and Thailand were also
deployed here in the Philippines particularly in the Province of Capiz for teaching experiences.
Part of their practicum is immersion to our culture and arts and the better way to immerse them
is through a cultural tour in the Province of Capiz. One of the places we have chosen to visit is
the Capiz Eco Park and Cultural Village under the Provincial Tourism Office. In this
connection, we would like to ask your office to allow us to visit the aforementioned cultural
site on January 19, 2019 at about 1:00 o’clock in the afternoon.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

January 22, 2019

The Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents


Capiz State University
Roxas City
Office of the University President
SIR/MADAM:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of the university.

It is with great pleasure to inform the Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of
Regents that the university is in the process of forging a partnership with Agrostudies – the
International Centre for Agricultural Studies in Israel Ltd. The Center is an organization that
provides in Israel a program of advanced studies and training in various agricultural areas to
foreign students coming from various countries. With this partnership qualified agriculture
students will be given the opportunity to have their internship in Israel for 11 months.
Throughout the period of study, students will be exposed to the various agricultural modern
standards, methods and technologies, all in accordance to the prescribe syllabus of the program.

It is with the above premises and contentions that I would like to humbly ask the Honorable
Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents that I will be allowed to enter into a
Memorandum of Agreement with Agrostudies - the International Centre for Agricultural
Studies in Israel Ltd.

Attach herewith is the propose Memorandum of Agreement for your ready reference.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
January 25, 2019

DR. REYNALDO B. VEA


University President
MAPUA University
Manila, Philippines

Dear Sir:

Greetings from the faculty, staff, and students of Capiz State University!

Foremost, in behalf of the Capiz State University family let me extend to the MAPUA
University our thanks, gratitude, and indebtedness for considering our proposed partnership
with your institution through a Memorandum of Agreement. I received a copy of the MOA
that we have submitted to your office for consideration together with some provisions that you
wish to be included in the MOA. After a thorough deliberation with the VP for External Affairs
and Linkages, your amendments are acknowledged.

Herewith, I am sending you eight (8) copies of the revised MOA containing all your proposed
amendments. I will appreciate it very much if you approved and send back the signed MOA to
the address as reflected in the header. We will have the MOA notarized after which we will
send your university a copy of the notarized document.

Thank you and my prayers for a successful collaboration between MAPUA University and
Capiz State University.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: January 25, 2019

TO: BS TOURISM STUDENTS


JONAMAE G. FARINAS
MA. GRACELYN FERRER
KC NORBA
RONEL LEGASPI

SUBJECT: MEDICAL EXAMINATION IN ILOILO CITY

In connection with the student international mobilization project of the university you are hereby
directed to travel to Taleon Medical Clinic, Iloilo City to undertake a medical examination as one of the
requirements for internship in Thailand on January 28, 2019. Furthermore, you are required to submit a
parents waver to Dr. Matt Numer Ofalla and or to Ms. Maria Saira Montefrio before the scheduled date
of the travel.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
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Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: January 25, 2019

TO: DR. MATT NUMER B. OFALLA


MS. MARIA VICTORIA D. MONTEFRIO

SUBJECT: MEDICAL EXAMINATION IN ILOILO CITY

In connection with the student international mobilization project of the university you are hereby
directed to travel to Taleon Medical Clinic, Iloilo City to accompany the four BS Tourism students who
would be undergoing a medical examination as one of the requirements for internship in Thailand on
January 28, 2019. Furthermore, please require the students to submit their parent’s waiver.

For your compliance.


Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.
SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: January 25, 2019

TO: ALL CAMPUS AND SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTOR

Attention:
SIP/SIAP COORDINATORS

SUBJECT: SIP/SIAP COORDINATORS MEETING

You are hereby directed to send your SIP/SIAP Coordinators for a Meeting at the Central
Office Board Room on January 28, 2019, 1; 00 PM. Advise your Coordinators to please come
on time.
Office of the University President
For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

January 28, 2019

DR. EDITHA C. ALFON


SUC President III
This University

Madam:

Greetings, I am pleased to inform you that the 1 month stint of the 10 inbound Sea Teacher
participants from Indonesia and Thailand is about to end . In this connection I would like to
humbly request from your office for the conduct of the Closing Ceremony of the said project on
February 4, 2019. Furthermore, I would like to request approval for a cash advance of
Ph.21,000.00 that will be allocated for meals @ Ph. 300.00 per participant for 70 participants.
Office of the University President
Furthermore I would like to request that the cash advance will be done by Mrs. Luisita A. Señeres
the university cashier. The 70 participants is presented in the matrix below:

Participants Estimated Number


Sea Teacher Inbound Participants 10
Campus Administrators 10
Coordinators 5
COE Deans 5
OSA Directors 5
Top Officials 4
DepEd Principals 5
DepEd Superintendents 2
DepEd Cooperating Teachers 10
Central Office Officials 14
TOTAL 70

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,,

MARY ANN B. MARTELINO, Ph.D.


VPEAL.

Approved:

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

January 28, 2019

DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.


DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
CapSU, Dayao, Roxas City
Office of the University President
Sir:

Greetings!

First and foremost my thanks, gratitude and indebtedness for the continuous support you have
generously accorded to the my office.

I am pleased to inform you that the 1 month stint of the 10 inbound Sea Teacher participants from
Indonesia and Thailand is about to end. In this connection I would like to humbly request from
your office for the following services in connection with the conduct of the Closing Ceremony on
February 4, 2019, 9:00 am.

1. The use of the CapSU Dayao Training Center for the Venue of the Closing Program.
2. Hall preparation and stage decoration of the Training Center.
3. The use of the light and sound system of CapSU Dayao.
4. Laborer to maintain the cleanliness of the comfort rooms during the said affair since
there are more than 70 participants.

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

MARY ANN B. MARTELINO


VPEAL
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: January 31, 2019

TO: DR. MARY ANN. B. MARTELINO


DR. ROSEL DIONIO
DR. LUCILA D. VIPINOSA

SUBJECT: 1 DAY OBSERVATION OF THE FINAL CLASS


DEMONSATRATION OF THE SEA TEACHER PARTICIPANT

In connection with the Final Class Demonstration of the Sea Teacher Participants from
Indonesia and Thailand you are hereby directed to attend their scheduled Final Class
Demonstration on February 1, 2019. The details of the schedule is reflected in the attached
matrix.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: January 28, 2019

TO: DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE

SUBJECT: ATTENDANCE TO THE 3 DAY FINAL CLASS


DEMONSATRATION OF THE SEA TEACHER PARTICIPANT
BY THE REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE CENTRAL
OFFICE

Please be informed that in connection with the Final Class Demonstration of the Sea Teacher
Participants the following Central Office Officials will attend the said activity. As to the final
schedule of the final class demo please see attached matrix.

1. DR. SUSAN O DANGAN


2. DR. MARY ANN. B. MARTELINO
3. DR. ROSEL DIONIO
Office of the University President
For your information and guidance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

DATE: January 29, 2019

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE


COLLEGE DIRECTORS
COE DEANS OF THE SEA TEACHER PROJ. PARTICIPATING
CAMPUSES AND SATELLITE COLLEGES
OSA CHAIRS OF THE SEA TEACHER PROJ. PARTICIPATING
CAMPUSES AND SATELLITE COLLEGES
SEA TEACHER COORDINATORS
INBOUND SEA TEACHER PARTICIPANTS
CENTRAL OFFICE HEADS

SUBJECT: SEA TEACHER REFLECTION AND CLOSING PROGRAM

In connection with the scheduled Sea Teacher Reflection and Closing Program on February 4,
2019, 9:00 AM at the Dayao Satellite College Training Center you are hereby directed to attend
the said affair. Furthermore, please take note that we have visitors from outside of the
university so you are further directed to please come on time.

For your compliance.


Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.
SUC President III
Office of the University President

DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE

February 13, 2019

The Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents


Capiz State University
Roxas City

SIR/MADAM:

Greetings from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University Family!

It is with pleasure that I wish to convey to the Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of
Regents that four (4) Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management students from CapSU Sigma
Office of the University President
Satellite College passed and qualified for Student Internship Abroad Program. These four students
have satisfactorily complied all the requirements set forth by CMO 22 series of 2013. They have
also adequately fulfilled all the criteria prescribed by the Foreign Host Establishment in Thailand
the V.M.P.C. COMPANY LIMITED that owns the Oakwood Hotel and Residence Sri Racha and
with business address located at 222/2 Srirachanakorn 3 Road, Sriracha, Chonburi, Thailand. I
wish therefore to humbly request the university Board of Regents that I will be given the authority
to sign a Memorandum of Agreement between the university and the above mentioned FTE.
Attached is the Memorandum of Agreement for your ready reference.

Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

February 13, 2019

The Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents


Capiz State University
Roxas City
Office of the University President
SIR/MADAM:

Greetings from your Capiz State University Family!

In support of the globalization and regional economic integration programs of the government,
the university encourages and promotes student internship and strong economic linkage with
business and industry in other countries for cross-cultural training and skills enhancement. This
aims to make students in the country competitive abroad.

I am greatly honored to inform the Honorable Chair and members of the Board of Regents that
4 students will be undergoing internship abroad particularly to Oakwood Hotel and Residence
Sri Racha and with business address located at 222/2 Srirachanakorn 3 Road, Sriracha,
Chonburi, Thailand. This property is owned by V.M.P.C. COMPANY LIMITED. The Foreign
Host Establishment is duly recognized and registered in Thailand. They were selected among a
number of applicants and underwent a very rigorous selection process to comply with the
requirements of SIAP and the criteria of the FHE. I wish therefore to ask the approval of the
Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents to approve the participation of the
following BS Tourism Management in the Student Internship Abroad Program in Thailand.

1. Ms. Jonamae Gevero Farinas


2. Ms. KC Arroza Norba
3. Ms. Ma. Gracelyn Ferrer
4. Mr. Ronel Laurilla Legaspi

Thank you and God Bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

February 8, 2019

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University
Roxas City Capiz

Sir/Madam:

Capiz State University is grappling with how best to equip its graduates with the knowledge
and skills needed to succeed in the globalized world of the twenty-first century, and ensure
their own relevance and standing in the global higher education community. In consonance
with the mission and goals of the university, building international partnership with other
institutions abroad can be a key strategy to address this issue.

International partnership is critical for innovation because they provide powerful learning
opportunities and support innovation processes. By pooling competencies in the form of
technological cooperation between institutions, international partnership can allow overcoming
barriers such as deficiencies in funding, management resources and technological
competencies.

These partnership are increasingly important as research is more and more globalized.
Research Institutions have expanded their R&D and innovation activities across the world at
the same time, hence, R&D linkages have grown steadily in recent years.

Furthermore, university partnerships provide a huge amount of opportunities for students and
staff alike. Along with research opportunities and cultural awareness, institutions can offer
international experiences including study abroad programs and faculty and staff exchanges. In
terms of teaching, benefits include curriculum development and degrees formed in
collaboration with partner institutions.

Moreover, at this time establishing partnership has perhaps never been simpler, it has also
never been more necessary. The rate of internationalization is increasingly rapid, with
unhindered communication channels and inexpensive travel. Universities across the world are
already seeking to make the most of the possibilities this presents by forming global
partnerships and fostering relationships with other institutions.

Due to the above premises and contentions the university has embark on establishing
partnership with universities abroad and I am greatly honored to inform the Honorable Chair
and members of the Board of Regents that we have initiated preliminary negotiations with 7
universities in Indonesia and Thailand.
Office of the University President
Name of the University Address
Universitas Islam Indonesia Jalan Kaliurang Km. 14,5, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University 398 9 Sawanvitee Rd, Chang Wat Nakhon Sawan 60000,
Thailand
Padang State University West Sumatra, Indonesia
Mercu Buana Yogyakarta University Indonesia
Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Jalan Kapas No. 9, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University Tha Ngio, Mueang Nakhon Si Thammarat District,
Nakhon Si Thammarat 80280, Thailand
Muhammadiyah University of Prof. Dr. Hamka Jl.Limau II, RT.3/RW.3, Kramat Pela, Kby. Baru, Kota
Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12130,
Indonesia

To fortify the partnership with the above mentioned universities I would like to ask permission
and authority from the Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents that I will be
given an authority to partner and sign a Memorandum of Understanding or Memorandum of
Agreement with the said universities. The Memorandum of Understanding/ Memorandum of
Agreement is here to attach for your perusal.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 4, 2019

TO: DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS


DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE

Attention:
MARIA ZAIRA MONTEFRIO
SIAP COORDINATOR SIGMA SATELLITE
COLLEGE

SIAP Participating in Thailand

MS. JONAMAE GEVERO FARINAS


MS. KC ARROZA NORB
MS. MA. GRACELYN FERRER
MR. RONEL LAURILLA LEGASPI

SUBJECT: SIAP ORIENTATION SEMINAR

In connection with the participation of the following BS Tourism students to the Student
Internship Abroad Program in Thailand you are hereby directed to send them for an Orientation
Seminar on February 12, 2019 at the Central Office Board Room at exactly 1:00 pm together
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with their parents/Guardian. Furthermore, you are hereby directed to send also Prof. Ma. Zaira
Montefrio, SIAP Coordinator of CapSU Sigma to accompany the students. Also see to it that
the students will submit their notarized parents permit before said travel.

1. Ms. Jonamae Gevero Farinas


2. Ms. KC Arroza Norba
3. Ms. Ma. Gracelyn Ferrer
4. Mr. Ronel Laurilla Legaspi

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 4, 2019

TO: DR.
Attention:
MARIA ZAIRA MONTEFRIO
SIAP COORDINATOR SIGMA SATELLITE
COLLEGE

SIAP Participating in Thailand

MS. JONAMAE GEVERO FARINAS


Office of the University President
MS. KC ARROZA NORB
MS. MA. GRACELYN FERRER
MR. RONEL LAURILLA LEGASPI

SUBJECT: SIAP ORIENTATION SEMINAR

In connection with the participation of the following BS Tourism students to the Student
Internship Abroad Program in Thailand you are hereby directed to send them for an Orientation
Seminar on February 12, 2019 at the Central Office Board Room at exactly 1:00 pm together
with their parents/Guardian. Furthermore, you are hereby directed to send also Prof. Ma. Zaira
Montefrio, SIAP Coordinator of CapSU Sigma to accompany the students. Also see to it that
the students will submit their notarized parents permit before said travel.

5. Ms. Jonamae Gevero Farinas


6. Ms. KC Arroza Norba
7. Ms. Ma. Gracelyn Ferrer
8. Mr. Ronel Laurilla Legaspi

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 4, 2019

TO: DR. MATT NUMER B. OFALLA


Office of the University President
SUBJECT: TEMPORARY DEPLOYMENT FOR TWO DAYS EVERY
WEEK AT THE CENTRAL OFFICE FOR THE MONTH
OF FEBRUARY

In connection with the influx of programs for international student mobility you are hereby
directed to report twice a week this month of February at the Central Office, Office of the Vice
President for External Affairs and Linkages. Your main task is to assists the VPEAL in
complying with all the requirements of the SIAP participating students.

This designation maybe subject to revocation anytime you commit ant act or omission of your
duties which will prejudice the operations of the university.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

February 4, 2019
Office of the University President
DR. MAURA CONSOLACION D. CRISTOBAL, CESO III
Regional Director
CHEDRO VI, La Paz, Iloilo

Sir:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family!

CAPSU, like any educational institutions, is mandated to provide holistic academic experience to its
major clientele - the students. Student Internship is one of the programs being instituted by the
University viewed to greatly contribute to the student’s academic, career, and personal development.
The internship program provides students with the educational experiences that will integrate theoretical
ideas gained from studies in their respective programs into practice. It is through internship that students
are made employment ready and help jumpstart their career with invaluable learning experiences and
opportunities.

An international internship is an excellent way to gain the professional experience not possible in the
home country. Students who had been immersed in the culture, language and traditions of a city abroad
will not only boost their career prospects, but will also open their eyes to new international lifestyles
that will develop their new positive perspectives in life. Having a global experience under their belt will
widen their employability margins and will give prospective employers the clear idea that they are able
to adopt professionally and personally to multi-cultural settings.

It is on the above-mentioned premises and contentions that I earnestly request for your utmost
consideration and approval to please allow our university to participate in the Student Internship Abroad
Program (SIAP) effective February 20, 2019 until August 14, 2019. Four (4) 4th year students from
Sigma Satellite College taking up Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management have passed and
qualified the criteria set forth by the Foreign Host Training Establishment, the Oakwood Hotel and
Residence Sri Racha and with business address located at 222/2 Srirachanakorn 3 Road,
Sriracha, Chonburi, Thailand. This property is owned by V.M.P.C. COMPANY LIMITED.
The Foreign Host Establishment is duly recognized and registered in Thailand. Herewith
attached are the communication from Oakwood Hotel and Residence Sri Racha to CHEDRO VI
and the MOA between CAPSU and the FHTE certifying the acceptance of four (4) CAPSU students for
internship at their hotel.

Thank you and may this request merits your favorable action and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me at_______________ on this ___________day of


____________2019, affiant exhibiting to me her university I.D:

Name Number Date Issued Place Issued


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__________________ ______________ _______________ ___________
Doc No.______
Page No._____
Book No._____
Series of 2019

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me at_______________ on this ___________day of


____________2018, affiant exhibiting to me her university I.D:

Name Number Date Issued Place Issued


__________________ ______________ _______________ ___________

Doc No.______
Page No._____
Book No._____
Series of 2018
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Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 7, 2019

TO: DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE

Including:

Deans, Program Chairs, SIAP Coordinators of the


BSHM, BSTM, BSFTE and BSIT major in Food Tech.

In connection with the Student Internship Abroad Program of the University you are hereby
directed to attend the orientation on the Student Internship in Thailand on February 12, 2019,
9:00 AM at the Central Office Board Room. Furthermore please come on time.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

February 8, 2019

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University
Roxas City Capiz

Sir/Madam:

Capiz State University is grappling on how best to equip its graduates with the knowledge and
skills needed to succeed in the globalized world of the twenty-first century, and ensure their
own relevance and standing in the global higher education community. In consonance with the
mission and goals of the university, building international partnership with other institutions
abroad can be a key strategy to address this concern.

International partnership is critical for innovation because they provide powerful learning
opportunities and support innovation processes. By pooling competencies in the form of
technological cooperation between institutions, international partnership can allow overcoming
barriers such as deficiencies in funding, management resources and technological
competencies.

This partnership is increasingly important as research is more globalized. Research Institutions


have expanded their R&D and innovation activities across the world at the same time, hence,
R&D linkages have grown steadily in recent years.

Furthermore, university partnerships provide a huge amount of opportunities for students and
staff alike. Along with research opportunities and cultural awareness, institutions can offer
international experiences including study abroad programs and faculty and staff exchanges. In
terms of teaching, benefits include curriculum development and degrees formed in
collaboration with partner institutions.
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Moreover, at this time establishing partnership has perhaps never been easy, but very
necessary. The rate of internationalization is increasingly rapid, with unhindered
communication channels and inexpensive travel. Universities across the world are already
seeking to make the most of the possibilities. This is done by forming global partnerships and
fostering relationships with other institutions.

Due to the above premises and contentions the university has embarked on establishing
partnership with universities abroad and I am greatly honored to inform the Honorable Chair
and members of the Board of Regents that we have initiated preliminary negotiations with
seven (7) universities in Indonesia and Thailand.

Name of the University Address


Universitas Islam Indonesia Jalan Kaliurang Km. 14,5, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University 398 9 Sawanvitee Rd, Chang Wat Nakhon Sawan 60000,
Thailand
Padang State University West Sumatra, Indonesia
Mercu Buana Yogyakarta University Indonesia
Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Jalan Kapas No. 9, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University Tha Ngio, Mueang Nakhon Si Thammarat District,
Nakhon Si Thammarat 80280, Thailand
Muhammadiyah University of Prof. Dr. Hamka Jl.Limau II, RT.3/RW.3, Kramat Pela, Kby. Baru, Kota
Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12130,
Indonesia

To fortify the partnership with the above mentioned universities I would like to ask permission
and authority from the Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents that I will be
given an authority to partner and sign a Memorandum of Understanding or Memorandum of
Agreement with the said universities. The Memorandum of Understanding/Memorandum of
Agreement is here to attached for your perusal.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

February 13, 2019

ATTY. LILY FREIDA M. MILLA, CESO IV


Director III
IAS, Commission on Higher Education
55 C.P. Garcia Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
1101 Metro Manila

Madam:

Greetings from the Capiz State University Family.

In behalf of the Capiz State University Family let me extend to you our appreciation and thanks
for the all-out support you have always continuously and generously accorded to the university.
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The purpose of this communication is to request your office to evaluate the necessity and to
endorse favorably the travel to Malaysia of one of our faculty members, Ms. Marien A. Laureto
to attend the 7th Evaluation Meeting: Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia
(Sea Teacher Project) and the Southeast Asian Technical and Vocational Education Training
(SEA-TVET) on March 25-27, 2019 and March 27- 29, 2019 consecutively in Ipoh and Kedah,
Malaysia. The Sea Teacher or the Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia is a
project under the SEAMEO 7 priority areas on revitalizing teacher education. The objectives of
the program are to: 1. enable-pre-service student teachers to develop their teaching skills and
pedagogies; 2. Encourage the pre-service student teachers to practice their English skills and; 3.
Allow the pre-service student teachers to gain a broader regional and world views. Herewith
attach is the invitation and the IAS Form No. 15 (Evaluation Form for the Necessity of Foreign
Travel for State Universities and Colleges) for your perusal.

Thank you and may this request for evaluation and endorsement of one of our faculty members,
Ms. Marien A. Laureto for travel to Malaysia merits your kind consideration and favorable
action.

God Bless and more power.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 13, 2019

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE


COLLEGE DIRECTORS COE SIAP/SEA-TEACHER
COORDINATORS

SUBJECT: SEAMEO 7th BATCH SEA-TEACHER PROJECT


TARPAULIN MOUNTING

In the advent of the University’s internationalization advertisement, you are hereby directed to
post the SEAMEO SEA-TEACHER project tarpaulin in the most prominent areas in your
respective campuses before the conduct of graduation related activities. To avoid alteration of
the official design, get a photo copy of the tarpaulin from the Office of the External; Affairs
and Linkages by your SIAP Coordinators.

Be guide accordingly.

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 13, 2019

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE


COLLEGE DIRECTORS COE DEANS OF THE SEA-TEACHERS
PROJECT, PARTICIPATING CAMPUSES AND SATELLITE
COLLEGES SEA-TEACHERS PROJECT COORDINATORS
OUTBOUND SEA-TEACHER PARTICIPANTS

SUBJECT: OUTBOUND 7th BATCH SEA-TEACHER PROJECT


PARTICIPANTS REFLECTION AND WELCOME CEREMONY

In Connection with the conclusion of the 7th batch SEA-Teacher Project, the University now
welcomes the arrival of all the outbound participants from Indonesia and Thailand. With this,
you are directed to attend the Reflection and Welcome Ceremony for them on February 18,
2019 at 1:00PM at the CAPSU Central, CAPSU-Dayao Campus, Dayao, Roxas City.

Furthermore, let it be known that this program consisted of two parts: part I –the Reflection and
Welcome Ceremony Program and the Part II- the feedbacking of the coordinators, thus, it is
imperative that we start on time to avoid delay of the activities prepared.

Be guide accordingly.
Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D.
SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 13, 2019

TO: COLLEGES SEA-TEACHERS PROJECT COORDINATORS


OUTBOUND SEA-TEACHER PARTICIPANTS

SUBJECT: OUTBOUND 7th BATCH SEA-TEACHER PROJECT


BLOG SUBMISSION AND EVALUATION FORMS
SUBMISSION
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In Connection with the conclusion of the 7th batch SEA-Teacher Project, please send your Sea
teacher Coordinators and sea Teacher Student Participant for Blog checking and submission
tomorrow February 14, 2018, at the Central Office Board Room, 1:00 PM. Please be reminded
that the checking takes time, so come on time to avoid delay.

Be guide accordingly.

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D.


SUC President III

Report for Inclusion in the Presidents Report

CapSU Joins the Sea Teacher Project

As part of the university’s effort to keep attuned with the globalized world of the twenty-first
century, and ensure its own relevance and standing in the global higher education community
the university joins the 7th Batch of the Sea Teacher Project or the Pre-Service Student Teacher
Exchange in Southeast Asia. It is a project under the SEAMEO 7 priority areas on revitalizing
teacher education. The objectives of the program are to: 1. Enable-pre-service student teachers
to develop their teaching skills and pedagogies; 2. Encourage the pre-service student teachers to
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practice their English skills and; 3. Allow the pre-service student teachers to gain broader
regional and world views.

With the joining of the university in the Sea Teacher Project, which started January 6, 2019 to
February 6, 2019, the Education students were sent to Indonesia and Thailand for a one month
Practice Teaching or Practicum. At the same time with the sending of 10 outbound participants
to Indonesia and Thailand, the university also received 10 inbound participants from different
universities in Thailand and Indonesia.

Inbound Sea Teacher Participants

Mr. David En Nur Azka University Islam Indonesia Indonesia


Ms. Pamela Geraldine Joris Winerungan University of Mercu Buana Yogyakarta Indonesia
Ms. Melissa Yunita University of Mercu Buana Yogyuarta Indonesia
Ms. Neneng Triyunita Ahmad Dahlan University Indonesia
Ms. Agtari Dwi Utami Ahmad Dahlan University Indonesia
Ms. Dhea Melia Sari University of Muhammadiyah Prof Dr Hamka Indonesia
Ms. Sri Agustina University of Muhammadiyah Prof Dr Hamka Indonesia
Ms. Rutsika Chumpaburi NPRU-Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University Thailand
Ms. Tipachporn Inkliang NPRU-Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University Thailand
Ms. Pattarawadee Supapin NPRU-Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University Thailand

Outbound Sea Teacher Participants

Ms. Dianne Shayne P. Alegre Dayao University of Muhammadiyah Prof Dr Hamka Indonesia
Ms. Ma. Lourdes D. Heyres Dumarao University of Muhammadiyah Prof Dr Hamka Indonesia
Mr. Christian F. Basco Dumarao University Islam Indonesia Indonesia
Ms. Merry Flor L. Martinez Burias University Islam Indonesia Indonesia
Ms.Ma. Adelyn L. Doroin Burias Universitas Negeri Padang Indonesia
Mr. James A. Olorosisimo Roxas-Main Universitas Negeri Padang Indonesia
Ms. Krishia Ann Labon Burias Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University Thailand
Ms. Carla Jean B. Delfin Pontevedra Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University Thailand
Ms. Ma. Christine C. Dolfo Pontevedra Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University Thailand
Ms. Mary Georgette Anne D. Bueno Pontevedra Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University Thailand

Prepared by:

MARY ANN B. MARTELINO, Ph.D.


VPEAL

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019
Office of the University President

DATE: February 13, 2019

TO: DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.


DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE

SUBJECT: REFLECTION AND WELCOME CONFERENCE FOR


OUTBOUND SEA TEACHER PARTCIPANTS

In connection with the conduct of the Reflection and Welcome Conference for the arrival of
the Sea Teacher Outbound Participants, you are please send your Sea teacher Coordinators
and sea Teacher Student Participant for Blog checking and submission tomorrow February 14,
2018, at the Central Office Board Room, 1:00 PM. Please be reminded that the checking takes
time, so come on time to avoid delay.

Be guide accordingly.

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

CapSU Participated in the Student Internship Abroad Program

CAPSU, like any educational institutions, is mandated to provide holistic academic experience
to its major clientele - the students. Student Internship is one of the programs being instituted
by the University viewed to greatly contribute to the student’s academic, career, and personal
development. The internship program provides students with the educational experiences that
will integrate theoretical ideas gained from studies in their respective programs into practice. It
is through internship that students are made employment ready and help jumpstart their career
with invaluable learning experiences and opportunities.

An international internship is an excellent way to gain the professional experience not possible
in the home country. Students who had been immersed in the culture, language and traditions
of a city abroad will not only boost their career prospects, but will also open their eyes to new
international lifestyles that will develop their new positive perspectives in life. Having a global
experience under their belt will widen their employability margins and will give prospective
employers the clear idea that they are able to adopt professionally and personally to multi-
cultural settings.

It is on the above-mentioned premises and contentions that CapSU participated this year in the
Student Internship Abroad Program (SIAP) for the 1st time in Thailand. Two (2) 4th year
students from Pontevedra Campus taking up Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
and four (4) 4th year students from Sigma Satellite College taking up Bachelor of Science in
Tourism Management have passed and qualified the criteria set forth by the Foreign Host
Training Establishment, the Pattana Golf Club and Resort with address at 99/89 Moo 9
Khoakansong, Sriracha, Chonburi, 20110, Thailand. The following students are the first
participants of the Student Internship Abroad Program of the Univesity.

Name of Students Campus


1. Quenne Balesta Sigma Satellite College
2. Erlinda Batuigas Sigma Satellite College
3.Kaynelyn Tumlos Pontevedra Campus
4.Sarah Billones Pontevedra Campus
5.Marrielle Bernardino Pontevedra Campus
6.Glevy Candido Sigma Satellite College
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Submitted by:

MARY ANN B. MARTELINO


VPEAL

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 21, 2019

TO: DR. ROSANDREW VILLARUEL CHAIRMAN PONTVEDRA


DR. LEO BICLAR CO-CHAIR CENTRAL
DR. JANET DARIAGAN MEMBER PONTEVEDRA
PROF. GERARD LEE ATIENZA MEMBER BURIAS
PROF. JOEY BALATAYO MEMBER MAIN
PROF. FELYN YAP MEMBER MAMBUSAO
PROF. JAY ANN GREGORIO MEMBER PILAR
DR. GRAZLY BARIA MEMBER DAYAO
PROF. ARNEL LUZA MEMBER DAYAO
PROF. JP LOTA S. MEDINA MEMBER SIGMA
PROF. MARY JANE TROPICO MEMBER DUMARAO
DR. MELANIE LECCIO MEMBER TAPAZ
PROF. ROLANDO LANGURAYAN MEMBER MAIN
DR. MARY ANN MARTELINO FACILITATOR CENTRAL

SUBJECT: CREATION OF THE COMMITTEE TO WORK ON THE


UNIVERSITY BRIEFER

In connection with the effort of the university to create a functional marketing tool you are
hereby directed to compose the committee to formulate the university briefer. The university
briefer committee is tasked to create a 20 to 30 minutes video presentation containing salient
information about the university. Furthermore, the above identified members of the committee
is directed to report at the Central Office Board Room, 9:00 am on February 27, 2019. During
the meeting you are expected to come up with the following outputs:
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1. Conceptualization Plan – which includes the process on how to make the university
briefer, resources needed and the target time to start and finish the project.
2. Propose Budget – the budget should be very minimal and to do it use the available
human and material resources of the university as much as possible.

Moreover, submit the written outputs for the approval of the undersigned the soonest possible
time. The committee is expected to finish the university briefer May of 2019.

Please be guided accordingly.

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 21, 2019

TO: DR. HAZEL JOAQUIN CHAIRMAN CENTRAL


MR. CHRISTIAN GEORGE ACEVEDO CO-CHAIR MAIN
MR. RALPH GERARD CADIZ CO-CHAIR MAIN
PROF. CHARICE DELA CRUZ MEMBER MAIN
DR. MALOU VASQUEZ MEMBER PONTEVEDRA
PROF. GENALYN BARANDA MEMBER BURIAS
PROF. FREDEN DELGASO MEMBER MAMBUSAO
DR. EVELYN BORGONIA MEMBER PILAR
DR. DOREEN D. ATA-AL MEMBER DAYAO
DR. DINA REYES MEMBER SIGMA
DR. MARIE JEAN PENSON MEMBER DUMARAO
PROF. REMIA GARDE MEMBER TAPAZ
DR. MARY ANN MARTELINO FACILITATOR CENTRAL

SUBJECT: COMMITTEE TO WORK ON THE UNIVERSITY PORTFOLIO


Office of the University President
In connection with the effort of the university to keep attuned with the recent trends you are
hereby directed to compose the committee to formulate the university portfolio. The university
portfolio committee is tasked to design the portfolio folder with enclosing sheets of paper
containing salient information about the university. The portfolio folder should also be
designed in such a manner that it could also be used as certificate folder when needed.
Furthermore, the above identified members of the committee is directed to meet at the CapSU
Dayao, Accreditation Room, 9:00 am on February 27, 2019. During the meeting you are
expected to come up with the following outputs:

 Conceptualization Plan – which includes, the process on how to formulate the portfolio,
resources needed, target time to start and finish the project.
 Propose Budget – the budget should be very minimal and to do it use the available
human and material resources of the university as much as possible.

Moreover, submit the written outputs for the approval of the undersigned the soonest possible
time. The committee is expected to finish the university portfolio May of 2019.

Please be guided accordingly.

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 21, 2019

TO: DR. IAN ARCEGA CHAIRMAN


SIPA/SIAP COORDINATORS/ OSA CHAIRS MEMBERS

SUBJECT: HARMONIZATION OF OJT/SIP/SIAP FORMS


Office of the University President
In connection with the harmonization of OJT/SIP/SIAP Forms you are hereby directed to report at
the Central Office Board Room on February 28, 2019, at about 9:00 AM. Bring all forms you are
using(soft and hard copies) relative to your OJT/SIP/SIAP Programs. Come on time.

Please be guided accordingly.

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Office of the University President
Series of 2019

DATE: February 13, 2019

TO: DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.


DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE

SUBJECT: REFLECTION AND WELCOME CONFERENCE FOR


OUTBOUND SEA TEACHER PARTCIPANTS

In connection with the conduct of the Reflection and Welcome Conference for the arrival of
the Sea Teacher Outbound Participants, you are please send your Sea teacher Coordinators
and sea Teacher Student Participant for Blog checking and submission tomorrow February 14,
2018, at the Central Office Board Room, 1:00 PM. Please be reminded that the checking takes
time, so come on time to avoid delay.

Be guide accordingly.

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 22, 2019

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN
DIRECTOR TAPAZ SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO, JR.
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE

SUBJECT: ORIENTATION – EXCHANGE VISITOR PROGRAM IN THE


UNITED STATES

Please be informed that the FAREAST J1 ASSOCIATION INC. will be visiting the university
on February 26, 2019 at about 9:00 AM. The purpose of the visit is for them to discuss the
details of the Exchange Visitor Program in the United States. In this connection you are hereby
directed to send your College of Agriculture Deans/Program Chairs together with the 3rd or 4th
year interested BSA students to the Central Office on the above-mentioned date and time to
attend said orientation.

For your information and guidance.

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D.


Office of the University President
SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 26, 2019

TO: ALL VICE PRESIDENTS


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS
SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTORS
UNIVERSITY DIRECTORS
HEADS OF OFFICES, CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION

SUBJECT: 15TH FOUNDATION ANNIVERSARY GALA NIGHT

As agreed in the meeting, one of the activities in the celebration of the 15th Foundation
Anniversary of the University is the holding of the Gala Night. As seen in the attached draft of
the program, there will be an Opening Dance with the corresponding list of participants. Please
inform the participants in your campus/satellite college/office that there will be a practice on
February 28, 2019, 1:00 PM at the CapSU Dayao Training Center. Furthermore, included in the
program are the working committees. Look into the membership of the committees and inform
the concern members in your campus/satellite college/office of their assignment. Further,
Committee Chairs are required to submit their budget to Dr. Nilo Delfin, the VP for Finance
and Administration not later than March 1, 2019.

For your information and guidance.


Office of the University President

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

For and in behalf of the President:

LUCY A. BELUSO, Ph.D.


Vice President for RDE

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No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 28, 2019

TO: MS MARILYN LACHICA CHAIRMAN


DR. HONEYLEE CASA CO-CHAIR
HRMP OF CAMPUSES AND
SATELLITE COLLEGES MEMBERS

SUBJECT: GIVING OF SERVICE AWARDS TO CONCERNED FACULTY


AND STAFF

As agreed in the Administrative Council Meeting dated February 22, 2019 it was a consensus
that the university will give service awards to concerned faculty and staff during the
Foundation Day Celebration on March 21, 2019. In this connection, you are hereby directed to
identify the recipient faculty and staffs. Furthermore, prepare also the certificates to be given to
the beneficiaries.
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For your information and guidance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: February 28, 2019

TO: ALL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS


SATELLITE COLLEGE DIRECTORS

SUBJECT: CHANGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE 5TH


FOUNDATION DAY CELEBRATION

To set things in order relative to the holding of the 15th Foundation Day Celebration take
note of the following facts/information:

1. Expenses for the snacks of the students will be shouldered by the different
Campuses and Satellite Colleges, while snacks for the permanent faculty, staff and
job order personnel will be shouldered by the Central Administration.
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2. Due to Financial Constraints, lunch of the faculty, staff, job order personnel and
student representatives will be shouldered by the different campuses and satellite
colleges. The different campuses and satellite colleges will be provided with tables
at the CapSU Main Gym where food can be set. Tables will be arranged the day
before the Foundation Day so that campuses and satellite colleges can set their
tables in advance.
3. The dinner expenses during the gala night on March 21, 2019 will be shouldered
by the Central Administration. The venue of the gala night is at the CAP
Convention Center, Fuentes Drive, Roxas City.
4. Submit the exact number of faculty, staff and job order personnel who would be
attending the Mass and Opening Program for the central administration to
determine the total number of snacks to be prepared. Likewise please also submit
the total number of faculty and staff who would be attending the gala night.
5. Be reminded that the deadline of the submission of entry and the corresponding
documents for the Best Faculty, Best Student, Best Employee, Best Researcher and
best Extensionist is on March 4, 2019.
6. Be reminded that faculty and staff of each campus and satellite college will have a
presentation in any nature during the Opening program..
7. Take note of the committee assignment. Herewith attached is the draft program
for the opening and gala night where the different working committees are
reflected for your reference.
8. The list of participants for the opening dance during the gala night is also reflected
in the draft program hereto attached, so campus administrators/satellite college
directors are requested to see to it that participants identified in their
campus/satellite college are present during scheduled practice. The next practice is
on March 7, 2018, 1:00 pm at the CapSU Dayao Training Center. Come on time.

For your information and proper guidance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

As agreed in the Administrative Council Meeting dated February 22, 2019 it was a consensus
that the university will give service awards to concerned faculty and staff during the
Foundation Day Celebration on March 21, 2019. In this connection, you are hereby directed to
identify the recipient faculty and staffs. Furthermore, prepare also the certificates to be given to
the beneficiaries.

For your information and guidance.


Office of the University President

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019


Office of the University President
TO: PROGRAM AND INVITATION COMMITTEE (GALA NIGHT)

 DR. HAZEL JOAQUIN CHAIRMAN CENTRAL


 DR. MARY ANN MARTELINO CO-CHAIR CENTRAL
 DR. SUSAN DANGAN CO-CHAIR CENTRAL
 DR. ELMER ALBALADEJO MEMBER MAIN
 MR. RENO OCAMPO MEMBER CENTRAL
 MS. MAY GOLE MEMBER CENTRAL

PROGRAM COMMITTEE (OPENING PROGRAM)

 DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO CHAIRMAN DUMARASO


 DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS MEMBER SIGMAN
 DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN MEMBER TAPAZ
 DR, ADELFO Z. VIRTUDAZO MEMBER MAMBUSAO

INVITATION COMMITTEE (OPENING PROGRAM)

 DR. NILO D. DELFIN


 MR. RAYMUND MARTE

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE INVITATION AND


PROGRAM COMMITTEE FOR THE FOUNDATION DAY

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Program and Invitation Committee.

Program and Invitation Committee- this committee is in charge of framing and


printing of the Program for both the Opening Program and the Gala Night. The
committee is also responsible in sending out invitations to the guest speakers, visitors
and identified awardees. The committee should see to it that the invitation and the
program is received by the concerned individuals. The committee is as well responsible
for the following up of the attendance of the invited guests

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019
DATE: March 5, 2019

TO: STAGE DECORATION, HALL PREPARATION AND LIGHT


AND SOUND SYSTEM COMMITTEE (OPENING PROGRAM)
 DR. WENNIE LEGARIO CHAIRMAN ROXAS
 DR. SEBASTIAN CADUCO , JR . CO-CHAIR DAYAO
SOUND, LIGHTS, TECHNICAL & MULTI MEDIA
PRESENTATION COMMITTEE (GALA NIGHT)
 DR. WENNIE LEGARIO CHAIRMAN ROXAS
 MR. LEO ANTHONY NAVARROSA CO-CHAIR CENTRAL
 DR. DENNIS LEDESMA MEMBER ROXAS
 PROF. ROLANDO LANGURAYAN MEMBER ROXAS
 PROF. ZANDRO AMAGUITON MEMBER ROXAS
 PROF. CHARLES ALMONGUERA MEMBER ROXAS
 MR. CARLITO MALECOSIO MEMBER ROXAS
 PROF ARNEL VAN ALELEGAY MEMBER ROXAS
 MR. KEN LOUIERO DEMAISIP MEMBER ROXAS
 MR. EDWARD PROGIO MEMBER ROXAS

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE STAGE DECORATION,


HALL PREPARATION and LIGHTS AND SOUND SYSTEM
COMMITTEE (OPENING PROGRAM) &
SOUND, LIGHTS, TECHNICAL & MULTI MEDIA
PRESENTATION COMMITTEE (GALA NIGHT)

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of your duties
and functions as members of the stage decoration, hall preparation and light and sound system
committee during the opening ceremony & the sound, lights, technical & multimedia presentation
committee during gala night.
Stage Decoration, Hall Preparation and Light and Sound System Committee (opening ceremony) –
This Committee will be responsible for decorating the stage and preparing the Main Campus
Gymnasium. Moreover, the hall should be prepared the day before the Foundation Day. Ten (10) tables
should be prepared corresponding to the 9 campuses and the Central office. Labels should be placed in
the table assignment for identification. The chairs surrounding the different tables should correspond to
the number of registered participants. The committee will be informed before March 20 as to the final
number of participants per Campus/satellite College. Furthermore, the Committee will prepare the
sound system requirement of the program.
The stage decoration has a corresponding budget of Ph.2, 000.00. Coordinate with Mrs. Lusita Señerez
for your budget. Liquidate immediately your cash advance.
Sound, Lights, Technical & Multi Media Presentation Committee (gala night) – The committee will
provide the lighting system during the gala night (e.g. spot lights, additional lights for the stage and
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dancing lights). Likewise, the committee shall provide two projector screens, video camera, laptop,
multimedia projector for live viewing and recording. In addition, the committee will be responsible for
providing tape recorded dance music for the dance portion of the gala night.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019

TO:
PLAQUE FOR THE SPEAKERS AND AWARDEES COMMITTEE
DURING THE 15TH FOUNDATION DAY CELEBRATION

 DR. LUDOVICO OLMO CHAIRMAN BURIAS


 PROF. GENALYN BARANDA CO-CHAIR BURIAS

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE PLAQUE FOR THE


SPEAKERS AND AWARDEES COMMITTEE

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Plaque for the Speakers and Awards Committee.

Plaque for the Speakers and Awardees Committee – This committee will be responsible for
framing/ordering the Plaque of Appreciation for the two identified speakers and the five
awardees during the Foundation Day. The stage decoration has a corresponding budget of
Ph.1, 500.00 per plaque. Prepare the job order request and proceed with the usual process in
procurement.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019

TO: ACCOMMODATION (OPENING PROGRAM)

DR. MAE DUMAPIG CHAIRMAN PONTEVEDRA


DR. MARCELA BUENVENIDA CO-CHAIR PILAR

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE ACCOMMODATION


COMMITTEE

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Accommodation Committee.

Accommodation Committee – This committee will be responsible for receiving and welcoming
the delegations from the different campuses and satellite colleges as well as the visitors during
the opening program and gala night. The committee should also be familiarized with the
assigned areas of the different delegations during the opening program for them to easily usher
the delegates to their respective designated areas.

For your compliance.


Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.
SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019

TO:
LEIS AND SASHES COMMITTEE

PROF. MALOU BASQUES CHAIRMAN PONTEVEDRA


DR. ALETA ROSE ONGLATCO CO-CHAIR PONTEVEDRA
DR. FE MAE LABORTE MEMBER PONTEVEDRA

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE LEIS AND SASHES


COMMITTEE

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Leis and Sashes Committee.
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Leis and Sashes Committee – This committee will be responsible for making the leis
and sashes to be donned/pinned to the guest speakers and the awardees. The committee
has to prepare two leis for the guest speakers, 10 leis for the awardees and 10 sashes
for the special awards (Best dress, Face of the night, star of the night, couple of the
night, Best Dancer - both male and female). The committee is responsible also of
downing the Leis to the visitors and Awardees and assist in the pinning of sashes to the
recipients. The committee has a corresponding budget of 2,000.00 for the leis and sash
materials. Coordinate with Mrs. Lusita Señerez for your budget. Liquidate immediately
your cash advance.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019

TO: FOOD AND VENUE COMMITTEE

DR. ROSEL DIONIO CHAIRMAN CENTRAL


DR. LUCY BELUSO CO-CHAIR CENTRAL
DR. MARY ANN MARTELINO MEMBER CENTRAL
Office of the University President
SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE FOOD AND VENUE
COMMITTEE

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Food and Venue Committee.

Food and Venue Committee– This committee will be responsible for making the
necessary preparations and coordination for the food and venue of the different
activities during the Foundation Day.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019


Office of the University President
TO: DOCUMENTATION COMMITTEE

MRS. HERMELISA OCHON CHAIRMAN CENTRAL


MR. LEO ANTHONY NAVARROSA CO-CHAIR CENTRAL
MR. RALPH GERARD CADIZ MEMBER CENTRAL

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DOCUMENTATION


COMMITTEE

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Documentation Committee.

Documentation Committee– This committee will be responsible for taking photos


during the Foundation Day.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President
Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019

TO: JUDGES COMMITTEE (GALA NIGHT)

DR. RODYARD MADICLUM CHAIRMAN BURIAS


PROF. GERARD LEE ATIENZA MEMBER BURIAS
PROF. FRANCIS JOHN DEGALA MEMBER PONTEVEDRA
PROF. MARY JANE PANES MEMBER DAYAO
PROF. POLANSKI PINKY BARRIENTOS MEMBER MAIN
DR. DANILO BALTAZAR MEMBER PONTEVEDRA

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE JUDGES COMMITTEE


(GALA NIGHT)

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Judges Committee (Gala Night).

Judges Committee (Gala Night) – This committee will be responsible for framing the
criteria for the following special awards during the Gala Night:

 Best Dress(Male and Female)


 Face of the Night (Male and Female)
 Star of the Night (Male and Female)
 Couple of the Night (Male and Female)
 Best Dancer (Male and Female)

Furthermore the Judges will be in charge of choosing the recipients of the above
mentioned special awards.

For your compliance.


Office of the University President
EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.
SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019

TO: PHYSICAL ARRANGEMENT (GALA NIGHT)

DR. IAN ARCEGA CHAIRMAN CENTRAL


DR. ELMER ALBALADEJO CO-CHAIR MAIN
DR. SEBASTIAN CADUCO MEMBER DAYAO
DR. ROSEL DIONIO MEMBER CENTRAL
DR. LUCILA VIPINOSA MEMBER CENTRAL
DR. MARY ANN MARTELINO MEMBER CENTRAL

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE PHYSICAL ARRANGEMENT


COMMITTEE (GALA NIGHT)

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Physical Arrangement (Gala Night).

Physical Arrangement Committee (Gala Night) – This committee will be responsible


for the physical Arrangement of the Hall during the Gala Night. Coordinate with the
caterer.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019

TO: OPENING DANCE (GALA NIGHT)

DR. ROSEL DIONIO CHAIRMAN CENTRAL


DR. MARY ANN MARTELINO CO-CHAIR CENTRAL
DR. REYNALDO PERALTA MEMBER SIGMA
DR. RODYARD MADICLUM MEMBER BURIAS
DR. SUSAN DIOSALAN MEMBER MAIN
PROF. MARY JANE PANES MEMBER DAYAO
DR. CASTER KAPUNAN MEMBER MAMBUSAO

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE OPENING DANCE


COMMITTEE (GALA NIGHT)

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Opening Dance Committee (Gala Night).
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Opening Dance Committee (Gala Night) – This committee will be responsible for
identifying the participants of the opening dance and scheduling the practice.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019

TO: LOYALTY AWARD COMMITTEE

MS. MARILYN BORNALES CHAIRMAN CENTRAL


DR. HONEYLEE CASA CO-CHAIR CENTRAL
MS. MICHELLE ACEBEDO MEMBER CENTRAL

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE LOYALTY ON AWARDS


COMMITTEE
Office of the University President
In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Loyalty Award Committee.

Loyalty Award Committee – This committee will be responsible for identifying the
recipients of the Loyalty Award and printing the corresponding certificates. It has a
corresponding budget of 1,000.00 for the printing of the certificates in the laid board.
Coordinate with Mrs. Lusita Señerez for your budget. Liquidate immediately your cash
advance.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 5, 2019

TO: REGISTRATION COMMITTEE

DR. VICTORIA N. GARNACE CHAIRMAN BURIAS


Office of the University President
CAPSUFEA OFFICERS MEMBERS

SUBJECT: DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE REGISTRATION COMMITTEE

In connection with the 15th Day Foundation Celebration of the university please take note of
your duties and functions as members of the Registration Committee.

Registration Committee – This committee will be responsible for registering the


delegates. The Registration Form should bear the following information: name,
campus/satellite college, position, contact number and signature. The registration
committee should prepare the following also: 1. Registration form by campus/satellite
college 2. Registration table with table cover 3. Coordinate with the program
committee for the copies of programs to be distributed to the different campuses and
satellite colleges. Furthermore, the registration forms should be submitted to Mrs.
Luisita Señerez, the university cashier.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019
Office of the University President
DATE: March 5, 2019

TO: PROF. ROSSANDREW VILLARUEL PONTEVEDRA


PROF. GENALYN BARANDA BURIAS
PROF. FELYN YAP MAMBUSAO
DR. REYNALDO G. PERALTA SIGMA

SUBJECT: EMCEE FOUNDATION DAY

Please be informed that you will be the emcees during the 15th Foundation Day of the
university on March 21, 2019. Take note of your schedule below:

Prof. Rossandrew Villaruel Pontevedra Gala Night 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM


Prof. Ggenalyn Baranda Burias Gala Night 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Prof. Felyn Yap Mambusao Opening Program 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Dr. Reynaldo G. Peralta Sigma Opening Program 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

For your information and guidance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III
Office of the University President

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: March 4 , 2019

TO: DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN
DIRECTOR TAPAZ SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO, JR.
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEG

Attention:

DEANS COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE/ PROGRAM CHAIRS


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE/ SIAP COORDINATORS
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE/INCOMING 3RD YEAR BSA
STUDENTS

SUBJECT: ORIENTATION AGROSTUDIES INTERNSHIP IN


ISRAEL

Please be informed that the National Coordinator for Agrostudies Philippines, Dr. Tet Mercado
will be coming to the university to conduct an orientation on Agrostudies Program this coming
Saturday, March 9, 2019 at the CapSU Central Board Room, 2:00 PM. This is a program where
qualified 3rd year agriculture students and incoming 4th year agriculture students of SY 2019-
2020 are sent in Israel for an eleven (11) months internship. In this connection, you are hereby
directed to send the Deans of the College of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture Program
Chairs, SIAP Coordinators of the Agriculture Department and interested 3rd Year BS
Agriculture students to attend the said orientation seminar. Furthermore, advise your
participants to come on time.

For your compliance.


Office of the University President

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN
DIRECTOR TAPAZ SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO, JR.
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
Office of the University President

March 8, 2019

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University
Roxas City, Capiz

Sir/ Madam:

After the month long conduct of the SEAMEO SEA- Teacher Project, which started January 10, 2019,
the University is pleased to announced that it has successfully concluded last February 15, 2019.

Following the completion of the 7th batch of the Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in
Southeast Asia (SEA-Teacher Project) as well as the 5th SEAMEO Polytechnic (SEA-TVET) an
evaluation meeting will be held in Alor Setar, Kedah and in Ipoh, Malaysia from 26th to 29th of March.
This is to ensure that important lessons learnt can be shared with the existing and future participating
universities for future improvement.

Objectives of the Evaluation Meeting

1. To review and evaluate the implementation of the previous batch of the exchange participants taking
into account best practices and lessons learnt.
2. To discuss and plan for the next batch of exchange participants.

Expected Outcomes
1. Experiences and lessons learned from the batch are shared for future improvement.
2. Letter of Agreement will be signed.
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In reference to the above event, I would like to request the approval of the Honorable Chairperson and
Members of the Board of Regents to allow, Ms. Marien A. Laureto, University Coordinator of SEA-
Teacher Project, to attend the said meeting.

Requesting further, that the travelling expenses, per diem and other related expenses will be
charged against the funds of the university.

The University has already secured the approval of the CHED as to the necessity and legitimacy of the
said meeting. Hereto attached is the approval letter of CHED for your perusal. Furthermore, herewith
also is the SEAMEO invitation for the said meeting, for your reference.

Thank you and may this request merit the Board of Regent’s consideration and approval. God bless and
more power.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D


SUC President III

March 8, 2019

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents


This University
Roxas City, Capiz

Sir/ Madam:

After the month long conduct of the SEAMEO SEA- Teacher Project, which started January
10, 2019, the University is pleased to announce that it has successfully concluded last February
15, 2019.

Following the completion of the 7th batch of the Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in
Southeast Asia (SEA-Teacher Project) as well as the 5th SEAMEO Polytechnic (SEA-TVET)
an evaluation meeting will be held in Alor Setar, Kedah and in Ipoh, Malaysia from 26th to
29th of March. This is to ensure that important lessons learnt can be shared with the existing
and future participating universities for future improvement.
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Objectives of the Evaluation Meeting

2. To review and evaluate the implementation of the previous batch of the exchange
participants taking into account best practices and lessons learnt.
2. To discuss and plan for the next batch of exchange participants.

Expected Outcomes
1. Experiences and lessons learned from the batch are shared for future improvement.
2. Letter of Agreement will be signed.

In reference to the above event, I would like to request the approval of the Honorable
Chairperson and Members of the Board of Regents to allow, Ms. Marien A. Laureto, University
Coordinator of SEA- Teacher Project, to attend the said meeting.

Requesting further, that the travelling expenses, per diem and other related expenses of
₱ 45, 300.00 will be charged against the funds of the university.

The University has already secured the approval of the CHED as to the necessity and
legitimacy of the said meeting. Hereto attached is the approval letter of CHED for your perusal.
Furthermore, herewith also is the SEAMEO invitation for the said meeting, for your reference.

Thank you and may this request merit the Board of Regent’s consideration and approval. God
bless and more power.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D


SUC President III

ESTIMATED EXPENSES

Pre- Departure Allowance ₱ 1,500.00


Airfare International 26, 000.00
Local 7,000.00
Per Diem 4, 800.00
Registration 4,000.00
Incidental Expenses 2, 000.00
TOTAL: 45, 300.00
Office of the University President
Office of the University President

DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN
DIRECTOR TAPAZ SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO, JR.
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ADELFO VERTUDAZO
DIRECTOR MAMBUSAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
SUSAN O DANGAN, Ed.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs
NILO D. DELFIN, Ed.D.
Vice Pres. for Administration and Finance
LUCY A. BELUSO, Ph.D.
Vice President for RDE
Office of the University President
March 8, 2019

The MANAGER
Islands Hotel
Sacred Heart of Jesus Avenue
Pueblo de Panay Lawaan, Roxas City

SIR/MADAM:

Greetings!

I wanted to hereby submit to you in writing in behalf of Capiz State University our intent to
avail of your two rooms 1 superior matrimonial room costing Ph. 1,500.00 and 1 superior twin
room costing Ph. 1,500.00 with 1 extra bed costing Ph.400.00 per night. The university will
have four visitors to check in at your hotel on March 9, 2019 between 10:00 AM– 12:00 noon.
They will check out early in the morning at about 5:00 AM of March 10, 2019.

As you have notice, since the visitors will be checking out early in the morning we would like
to request that they can check in early and that is between 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon of March 9,
2019 as mentioned above.

For the cost of the one night stay of our visitors and other incidental expenses please bill out
Capiz State University. Miss Joy Agnas one of our personnel the bearer of this letter will
transact business with your hotel in behalf of the university.

Thank you and GOD Bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON. Ph.D


SUC President III
Office of the University President

April 5, 2019

MS. JERLIE C. BERMEJO


State Auditor IV
OIC – Audit Team Leader
This University

Dear Madam:

Greetings!

This communication pertains to the Audit Observation Management Report that I received stating some
deemed discrepancies in my official trip to Thailand dated October 15-19 2018 to conduct an ocular
inspection in connection with the Student Internship Abroad Program of the university particularly:

1. The requirement of 3 quotations in buying the air ticket.

I am fully aware that government institutions, CapSU included is financially constraint


due to the very limited financial resources of the university. Thus, we practice financial
austerity even in buying tickets if we travel. My domestic tickets was bought after a thorough
search in the internet as to the lowest airfare from different airlines. In Capiz there are only 2
airlines servicing the area, the Philippine Airlines and the Cebu Pacific. I bought a Cebu Pacific
Tickets for my Domestic flights both the arrival and return flights( October 15 and 19, 2018)
because it is a lot cheaper. I stayed a few hours, 12 hours more or less at the NAIA terminal 3
in going to Thailand and back to avoid additional expense in staying in a pension house while
waiting for my International Flights.

My international Tickets to Thailand and back (October 16, 1nd 18, 2018) was also
bought after a thorough search from the internet as to the lowest fare among the airlines.
Although it was not documented by making the different airlines signed the quotation paper, I
can personally vouched that the ticket bought was the lowest airfare among the airlines with
route Manila to Thailand.

The plane tickets, both the domestic and the international was in a form of a
reimbursement only. The amount of the domestic ticket was P6,713.52 and the international
ticket was 20, 752.06. with a total of 27,465.58 a little over than Ph.27,000.00.
Office of the University President
To be honest I did not claim any per diems for that trip in my reimbursements because the
Board of Regents approved only a budget of P27,000.00 for that trip. But I am just happy that
the institution’s dream for an international student mobility comes into a reality.

2. Submission of a Narrative Report – Herewith attach is the Narrative Report of my Trip.

Thank you very much and hoping and praying that I have answered satisfactorily the issued AOM.
Furthermore, my thanks and gratitude for the usual support and assistance to my office. God Bless you
always.

Very truly yours,

MARY ANN B. MARTELINO, Ph.D.


VPEAL

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019

DATE: April 22, 2019

TO: CAMPUS ADMINISTRATORS AND SATELLITE


COLLEGE DIRECTORS

Attention: Deans and SIAP Coordinators of the following Programs:

Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical and Engineering


Industrial Technology
Informatics/Computer Science
Hospitability and Tourism
Agriculture, Aquaculture, Animal Science, Fisheries
Agro Technology/Agro Business
Food Technology
Business, Commerce and Accounting
Civil Engineering

SUBJECT: ORIENTATION ON SEA-TVET STUDENT EXCHANGE UNDER


THE SEAMEO POLYTECHNIC NETWORK IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

To improve global competiveness, soft skills, and employability opportunities of TVET


students and to improve internationalization and partnership of the university, the university is
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contemplating on joining the 4th batch of SEA-TVET student exchange under the SEAMEO
Polytechnic Network in Southeast Asia. In this connection please send the Deans and SIAP
Coordinators of the identified academic programs above for an orientation meeting on April 26,
2019 9:00 AM at the Central Office Board Room.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

April 22, 2019

MR. TYRONE FEENSTRA


International Project Manager
Beijing Hongzhou Learning Co, Ltd
Beijing, China

Sir:

Greetings of goodwill from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!

I received your letter, inviting our BS Tourism and BS Hospitality students to have their
internship in China. It is a welcome program however, being a State University under the
umbrella of the Commission on Higher Education in the Philippines, certain requirements have
to be met before we can deploy our students abroad. To protect and safeguard the interest of the
student interns, undergoing internship abroad the Foreign Host Establishments/Organizations
must be duly recognized and registered in the country where the students will have their
internship. In this connection I would like to request for any valid documents/certification that
would show the legitimacy of your company and its operations in China.
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Thank you and GOD Bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

April 22, 2019

MR. SANDOT SUKKAEW


Farm Owner
SAHAI NAN
Organic Permaculture Farm
Nan, Thailand

Sir:

Greetings of goodwill from the faculty, staff and students of Capiz State University!
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I received your letter, inviting our agriculture students to have their internship in your farm in
Thailand. It is a welcome program however, being a State University under the umbrella of the
Commission on Higher Education in the Philippines, certain requirements have to be met
before we can deploy our students abroad. To protect and safeguard the interest of the student
interns, undergoing internship abroad the Foreign Host Establishments/Organizations must be
duly recognized and registered in the country where the students will have their internship. In
this connection I would like to request for any valid documents/certification that would show
the legitimacy of your company and its operations in Thailand.

Thank you and GOD Bless.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

May 3, 2019

The Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents


Capiz State University
Roxas City

SIR/MADAM:

Greetings from your Capiz State University Family!

In support of the globalization and regional economic integration programs of the government,
the university encourages and promotes student internship and strong economic linkage with
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business and industry in other countries for cross-cultural training and skills enhancement. This
aims to make students in the country competitive abroad.

I am greatly honored to inform the Honorable Chair and members of the Board of Regents that
5 Agriculture students passed the 11 months internship in Israel through the International
Centre for Agricultural Studies in Israel Ltd. The Center is an organization that provides in
Israel a program of advanced studies and training in various agricultural areas to foreign
students coming from various counties. The Centre is duly recognized and registered in Israel.
The 5 students were selected among a number of applicants and underwent a very rigorous
selection process to comply with the requirements of SIAP and the criteria of the Center. I wish
therefore to ask the approval of the Honorable Chair and Members of the Board of Regents to
approve the participation of the following BS Agriculture students in the Student Internship
Abroad Program in Israel.

1. Shyn Bermudo Gallenero Burias Campus


2. Josiah Spencer J. Catubuan Tapaz Satellite College
3. Gleam A. Barce Pontevedra Campus
4. Jayson Blanco Tapaz Satellite College
5. Christian Belo Tapaz Satellite College

Furthermore after the month long conduct of the SEAMEO SEA- Teacher Project, the very first
participation of the university which started January 10, 2019, the University is pleased to
announce that it has successfully concluded last February 15, 2019.

Following the completion of the 7th Batch of the Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in
Southeast Asia (SEA-Teacher Project) the university is again preparing for the participation of
the university for the 8th Batch of the SEA-Teacher Project due for August 2019. There are 3
BSED MAPEH who will participate in this Batch. In this connection we would like again to
ask the approval of the Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents for the
participation of the following students in the SEA Teacher Project 8th Batch.

1. Javic Olivare Main Campus


2. Erica Pedrajas Main Campus
3. Erlyn Celoso Main Campus

Moreover, we would like to ask for an apology to the Honorable Chairman and Members of the
Board of Regents that the approval for this two concerns was course through a referendum and
not during the regular Board Meeting because it takes time to process the travelling documents
of students from application of passport, medical examination, CHED and BI endorsements as
well as VISA application.
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Thank you and may this request merits your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

May 3, 2019

The Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents


Capiz State University
Roxas City

SIR/MADAM:
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Actively seeking out new students is critical to the success of any university, and it is vital now
to bring in new students from other countries. International students foster a diverse campus
environment. A diverse campus prepares all students for life in the 21st century and careers in a
global economy. International students enrich learning environment with cultural perspectives
and diversity. In addition to having a diverse university, diversity in the classroom is also
extremely important. Bringing together people from multiple cultures into one classroom can
make a very lively and productive learning experience, and create significant income
opportunities.

It is on the above premises and contentions that I would like to humbly and earnestly ask the
Honorable Chairman and Members of the Board of Regents that I will be given the authority to
sign a Memorandum of Agreement (copy hereto attached) between the university and the
Global Electives Port. The Global Electives Port is a legitimate company organizing student
internships and volunteer electives from other countries including the Philippines. The
company is into the field of medicine, nursing, dentistry, midwifery, radiology, medical
technology pharmacy, physical therapy, and rural health. The role of the university is to receive
foreign students for immersion with a fee of Ph. 2,300.00/student per week. If the MOA is
signed, the 1st batch will be composed of 7 Dentistry students from the University of Sheffield,
UK. They will be exposed to the Dental activities of the university for a week.

Thank you and may this request merit your kind consideration and approval.

Very truly yours,

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
DR. SEBASTIAN C. CADUCO, JR.
DIRECTOR, DAYAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ANNALIE G. CAMPOS
DIRECTOR SIGMA SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MARCELA C. BUENVENIDA
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DIRECTOR PILAR SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. MA. SOCORRO IRMINA F. ONAPAN
DIRECTOR TAPAZ SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO, JR.
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. BURIAS CAMPUS
DR. TERESITA A. ODUCADO
DIRECTOR DUMARAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
DR. ADELFO VERTUDAZO
DIRECTOR MAMBUSAO SATELLITE COLLEGE
SUSAN O DANGAN, Ed.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs
NILO D. DELFIN, Ed.D.
Vice Pres. for Administration and Finance
LUCY A. BELUSO, Ph.D.
Vice President for RDE

DATE: May 8, 2019

TO: DR. WENNIE F. LEGARIO


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR. MAIN CAMPUS
DR. MAE D. DUMAPIG
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
Office of the University President
ATTENTION:

DEAN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION MAIN CAMPUS


CHAIRMAN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION MAIN CAMPUS
DR. SUSAN DIOSALN MAIN CAMPUS
PROF. MARIEN A. LAURETO PONTEVEDRA CAMPUS
BSED MAPEH STUDENTS
 JAVIC OLIVARE MAIN CAMPU
 ERICA PEDRAJAS MAIN CAMPU
 ERLYN CELOSO MAIN CAMPU

SUBJECT: STUDENT ORIENTATION ON THE SEA-TEACHER PROJECT, 8TH


BATCH

You are hereby directed to send the faculty and students stated above for an orientation meeting
regarding the participation of the 3 identified BSED MAPEH students to the 8th Batch of the
SEA Teacher Project on May 15, 2019, 9:00 AM at the Central Office Board Room.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III

Memo Order
No. _________________
Series of 2019
Office of the University President
DATE: May 8, 2019

TO: DR. LUDUVICO C. OLMO, JR


CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR, BURIAS CAMPUS

ATTENTION:

DR. AURALYN BALACASE


UNIVERSITY COORDINATOR AGRO STUDIES PROGRAM

SUBJECT: CONSOLIDATION OF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE


PARTICIPATION OF THE UNIVERSITY TO THE AGRO STUDIES
PROGRAM.

You are hereby directed to send Dr. Auralyn F. Balacase to the Central Office, for the
consolidation of requirements in connection with the participation of the university to the Agro
Studies Program, on May 10, 2019 at about 9:00 AM.

For your compliance.

EDITHA C. ALFON, Ph.D.


SUC President III