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We, the members of Xavier University ² Ateneo de Cagayan community, in accordance with the University mission and vision that provide an academic community that facilitates the total formation and development of young men and women for and with others, and the interest of Jesuit quality liberal education, do hereby enact a Magna Carta for Undergraduate Student·s Rights and Responsibilities at Xavier University I. ARTICLE 1: NAME a. SECTION 1. Title ² This act shall be known as the Magna Carta of Undergraduate Students of Xavier University ² Ateneo de Cagayan. Henceforth, it shall be known as the Magna Carta. ARTICLE 2: GUIDING PRINCIPLES a. SECTION 1. GENERAL GUIDING PRINCIPLES. The provision of this Magna Carta shall be interpreted in the light of the University·s Mission and Vision statement. It shall be interpreted in the spirit of open dialogue and respect between the student and the different sectors of the university community. b. SECTION 2. SPECIFIC GUIDING PRINCIPLES It is hereby declared that the members of the Xavier University ² Ateneo de Cagayan community recognize, promote, and protect the rights and responsibilities of each student. The Magna Carta declares the following as basic and guiding principles. 1. The mission of the University is to develop and form men and women equipped with the competency of his/her field, who are discerning and morally upright, and who are inspired to commit themselves in service to others. The university seeks to form men and women willing and able to serve the Church and the Filipino People. Students at the University have the right to quality Jesuit Liberal Education. 2. Students enroll in the University primarily for education and formation. Thus, their primary task and responsibility are to study and maximize the many opportunities for growth and development presented in the various university programs and initiatives
3. The students· rights to participate actively and effectively in processes which effectuate development within the University shall always be recognized. The University shall regard each other as indispensable and collaborative partners in all efforts of education and formation. 4. The students are primarily represented by their duly elected/appointed officers in the Central Student Government and Student Councils. Students have the right to participate in the formulation of school policies which affect them. The university administration, in all matters affecting the rights and welfare of students, shall recognize and respect the mandate of the student representatives and engage them in meaningful consultation and dialogue. 5. The Student Organizations shall help promote the ideas of the University as given in Art. II, Sec. 1. Membership and active participation in student organizations, which promote student·s rights and/ or contribute to the growth and development of the students and the advancement of national development shall be respected and guaranteed by the University administration. The student organizations, under the umbrella of the Central Student Government and the College Student Councils, shall be autonomous with regard to the sectors of the University. The Office of Student Affairs through the Student Activities and Leadership Development Office shall guide the student organizations and provide opportunities for organizational growth and development of every student involved. 6. Student Publications, guided by the Campus Journalism Act of 1994 and by pertinent school policies shall serve as important vehicles for free expression and dialogue, dissemination of information, opinions and ideas within the academic community. The University Administration shall ensure the autonomy of management, fiscal and editorial affairs of the student publications. III. ARTICLE 3. ACADEMIC RIGHTS a. SECTION 1: INSTITUTIONS RIGHTS AGAINST DISCRIMINATION IN EDUCATIONAL
Students shall be admitted to Xavier University, regardless of their handicap, socio-economic status, political or religious belief, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, citizenship or membership in student organizations that will not run counter to CHED Order No. 4, S..1995; not shall pregnant students and certified reformed substance abusers and those who are HIV positive be discriminated against. Once students are admitted to any program, they should be allowed to continue until completion of that program within the maximum period set by CHED, unless they have incurred academic deficiency or violated school rules and regulations punishable by suspension, dismissal, or expulsion. b. SECTION 2: RIGHT TO QUALITY JESUIT EDUCATION Students have the right to quality Jesuit education manifested by greater integration of service learning in the curriculum, faculty development and formation, functioning and conducive learning environment and facilities, and efficient and effective services all for the total development of the students. c. SECTION 3: ACADEMIC FREEDOM. Students· academic freedom shall consist of but not limited to the following rights: 1. To conduct research related to academic work and to freely discuss and publish their findings and recommendations. 2. To conduct inquiry within the campus for curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular purposes. 3. To choose the field of study, from among existing programs for which they qualify, and to continue their courses up to graduation except in cases of academic deficiency or violation of disciplinary regulations which do not infringe upon the exercise of the students· rights. 4. To appropriately express any opinion related to the subject matter under discussion in class. 5. To resort to procedures for the redress of their grievances concerning teachers, grades, class policies and other academicrelated matters. d. SECTION 4: ACADEMIC PROCEDURE AND INFORMATION 1. Student Handbook. Students shall be given a copy of the Student Handbook which shall contain all relevant information for the
student including a full copy of the Magna Carta upon entry into the University. 2. Course Outline. At the beginning of every semester, students shall be provided with a written course outline which contains the following: A. Course description B. General objectives C. Instructional content of the course, specific objectives and activities D. Methods and techniques to be used E. Evaluation and grading system of course requirements F. Consultation hours 3. Class performance. Students have the right to inquire from teachers their class performance data during the semester. A. The students shall have the right and access to their graded quizzes, exams, projects, homework or written assignments and the like before final examination and access to criteria used to evaluate these requirements and their weights in the computation of the final grade. B. The students shall have the right to request for an explanation on how essays, oral examination items and group work are graded. C. In cases of group work, the students shall have the right in cases of group work to be provided a system of grading that ensures a just and equitable grading of individual members of the group. 4. Final examination. A. Students have the right to request the teacher to see his corrected final examination papers and the computation of his/her final grade after the distribution of the corrected final marks and, should mistakes in the corrections or determination of marks and other discrepancies ne discovered to make an appeal for change of grade within the prescribed period. B. Students shall have the right to refuse to take an examination that does not follow the Registrar·s regular final exam schedule and request for a reschedule without having to pay the delayed exam fee.
C. In cases that the student cannot comply with the requirements set forth by the offices involved in the clearance, the student can make necessary arrangements with the respective offices. 5. Consultation. The students shall have the right to consult their teachers for academic consultation. Likewise, the teachers should make themselves available for consultation with their students during the consultation hours provided by them at the start of the semester and provided the course outline. 6. Final grades. The students shall have the right to know their final grades at the date set by the Registrar. The teachers shall ensure to submit the grades of their students on time as set by the registrar. 7. Major Requirements. A. Major Exams. Students shall be informed of a long examination at least one (1) week in advance, and midterms and/or finals at least, two (2) weeks in advance. B. Other Major Requirements. Students shall be informed of relevant and reasonable major requirements and projects (including timetable for submission) within the first three (3) weeks of the semester. However, if the teacher deems it necessary to add requirements, it should be with consent of the class and to be submitted within a reasonable amount of working time. C. The students shall have the right to make-up for work not accomplished due to some valid and grave reason/s, he/she shall have the right to make up for the missed major requirements within the allowable period after presentation of relevant documents to prove the validity of the excuse.
8. Class Schedules A. All classes shall follow the schedule issued by the Registrar. Any changes of schedule initiated by the teacher shall be duly approved by the Registrar before implementation. If the change is initiated after the allotted time set by the 6
Registrar, the consent of the class must be secured without undue prejudice to the rights of individual students. B. Students shall not be obliged to attend any academic activity (make-up classes) during the university mandated and/or national holidays. C. During Activity Hours, the students are not obliged to attend any academic activity (make-up classes). 9. Academic Evaluation. The students shall have the right to be graded according to their merits. A. The students shall have the right to know the manner and system of grading at the beginning of the semester. B. In cases in which teachers initiate change in the major requirements, the approval of the department chair and the consent of the class must be secured without undue prejudice to the rights of the individual students. C. Absences shall not be taken against the grades of the students unless they have gone over the prescribed number of allowable absences. e. SECTION V. Evaluation of Teachers The students have the right to quality education by having competent, socially committed, and morally upright teachers manifested by their regular presence and punctuality, the content and quality of their lectures and the encouragement of depth of thought in their discussions. The students shall have the right to make a written evaluation of the performance of their teachers and to honestly answer the evaluation sheet provided by the colleges without fear or hesitation. f. SECTION VI. Evaluation of Courses The students shall have the right to evaluate their courses to propose and to participate in the progressive updating of the curriculum. g. SECTION VII. Faculty Hiring Procedures All Departments are highly encouraged to have teaching demonstrations in the hiring of new faculty, where upper-year students specifically
belonging to the course of interest are allowed to participate and give feedback to the Department. h. SECTION VIII. School Facilities and Campus Environment 1. The students shall be provided with adequate and up-to-date academic facilities including classrooms and laboratories, library, athletic and recreational facilities. 2. The University Administration shall provide a list of accredited and adjacent housing/dormitories that can aid students in identifying potential residential spaces 3. The University Infirmary shall be equipped with sufficient and proper medical equipment, facilities, and medicines to ensure smooth and effective delivery of health services. 4. The Administration, faculty, staff and the students are responsible for the maintenance of a healthy and clean school campus. 5. The University shall provide the students with an environment conducive for learning. 6. The responsibility to build a conducive atmosphere within the campus belongs to the whole academic community. 7. The University Administration through the Athletics Office and the Physical Plant Office shall ensure the maximum use of the University·s sports and fitness facility to all students. i. SECTION IX. School Programs and Support Services 1. International Linkages. The University Administration shall encourage the participation of students in international conventions and programs and as much as possible, to provide reasonable financial subsidy to these students. 2. Student Assistantship Program. The University Administration shall ensure the continuation and development of the Student Assistantship Program through improved benefits and protection of the rights and welfare of the student assistants. 3. Student Loan Program. The University Administration shall ensure an efficient, equitable, and just loaning program that provides sufficient financial aid to students who need it. Inability to pay the loan shall not have any weight on any student·s academic and/or extra-curricular standing. 4. Scholarships. The University Administration shall ensure greater access to scholarship opportunities and improving benefits 8
especially to students who are academically excellent but financially limited. Students should have access to different programs and support services such as athletic, co-and extra-curricular activities; spiritual and religious formation, and counselling which are essential to their holistic formation. Co-, Extra-Curricular and various religious-related organizations, and athletics shall be encouraged by the school. The Administration shall support student activities by providing students with venues and facilities needed for them to operate efficiently and effectively. Student Organizations shall observe and abide by the school policies concerning the use of these venues and facilities. Student Organizations shall abide by school rules and regulations concerning on-and-off campus activities.
SECTION X. Involuntary Contribution 1. Involuntary contributions from students are prohibited except those approved by the Director of Student Affairs or the Central Student Government as provided for by Memorandum No. 80, s. 1968 (Department Order No. 15, s. 1968); RA No 4206 as amended by RA No. 4725. 2. Teachers shall not require the purchase of tickets or the like as part of the academic requirement of any academic course. Failure to pay should not be counted against the grade of the student.
k. SECTION XI. Text books and materials 1. The students shall have the right to quality and appropriate textbooks with updated content and teachers should ensure maximum use of prescribed textbooks. 2. The university administration shall ensure a review of the form and content of all textbooks produced by the departments for general use. l. SECTION XII. Security of Tenure Students shall have the right to complete their program of study in the school, except in cases of academic deficiency, violation of disciplinary 9
regulations, the maximum residency rule, or non-payment of tuition and fees.
ARTICLE IV: Academic Responsibilities a. SECTION 1. Students have the following responsibilities 1. To uphold, preserve and maintain the good name of their University through such acts as respect towards school symbols such as the university seal and the prescribed uniform and Identification Card. 2. To exert utmost effort towards the realization of harmonious relationships with the rest of the academic community 3. To participate actively in school activities including religious, athletic, and civic affairs for the development of the individual, the community and the nation. 4. To strive for academic excellence and to develop their potentials to the utmost in order to be of greater service to their families and to society 5. To abide by University·s existing basic policies on academics and discipline. 6. To abide by University policies and regulations on academic honesty and against any form of cheating in campus. 7. To be cognizant of the information provided by the University on academic and other concerns through various offices/venues that provide such information. 8. To maximize the benefits that may be derived from the academic programs of the university. 9. To present alternative proposals and recommendations as a result of evaluations made on academic problems and concerns such as teachers, curricula, and facilities. 10. To actively participate in and support various programs and opportunities for extension and outreach outside the University 11. To actively participate in and support the Central Student Government and the College Student Councils. 12. To actively participate in and support student organizations, especially in taking leadership roles. 13. To be responsible for inviting on-and-off campus speakers or resource persons in their sponsored activities and assemblies in accordance with the university policies and procedures.
14. In a student organization, the officers are responsible for their activities and programs and for the well being of their members. 15. To respect the property of the school and of others, observe cleanliness, avoid vandalism in any form, and to respect and preserve the environment. Any violation hereof shall be subject to University regulations. 16. To abide by the policy to maintain University campus as SmokeFree. 17. To abide by the University rules and regulations pertaining to their academic and other responsibilities. 18. To refrain from engaging in online and other activities that might damage the school·s reputation and good name. V. ARTICLE V: RIGHT TO ORGANIZE
a. SECTION 1: FORMATION OF STUDENT ORGANIZATION Xavier University recognizes the right of students to freely organize among themselves. It shall be the right of the students to form, assist or join campus organizations, alliances or federations for their physical, moral, cultural, civic, spiritual, academic, and political interests provided that the objectives set by the organizations do not go counter to the University Mission Statement ( Art.2, Sec. 1) and to CHED Order No. 4, S. 1995. 1. Student Organizations shall be autonomous. This means that they have their own goals and objectives, planning, organization and activities. They are however, still required to consult with their moderators and report to the office of the Director of Student Affairs for compliance with policies and monitoring purposes. Accreditation of student organizations shall be in accordance with University rules and regulations found in the College Student·s Handbook.
b. SECTION 2: THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT AND ORGANIZATIONS 1. Xavier University ² Central Student Government ² The Central Student Government shall be the highest governing body of the student body. All transactions involving and affecting the greater body of the Colleges shall be entered into with the Central 11
Student Government. The University shall ensure the democratic and autonomous existence of the Central Student Government, which shall be given recognition as the official representative of the student body. It shall have its own set of officers, elected and appointed. The Central Student Government has the right to determine its policies and programs on matter with its jurisdiction in accordance with its duly ratified Constitution and by-laws College Student Councils ² The College Councils in the various colleges shall serve as venues for student association, representation and services. The College Student Councils shall be the legitimate representatives of the student body in the various Colleges. Co- and Extra Curricular Organizations ² the Co- and ExtraCurricular Organizations shall serve as venues for the development of specific fields of the student interest. The formation, support and allocation of financial resources to these organizations shall follow established University regulations. Religious Organizations ² Religious Organizations shall serve as venues for spiritual growth and enrichment. These organizations shall also serve various religious denominations among the student body. Student Publication ² Students have the right to freedom of expression. The right of students to publish student newspaper and similar publications shall be supported and not be curtailed pursuant to R.A. 7079, otherwise known as the Campus Journalism Act of 1991. Posting and distribution of handbills, posters and the like are subject to established University regulations.
c. SECTION 3: ORGANIZATIONAL RIGHTS AND WELFARE 1. As a general rule, academic activities and the like shall not be held during the prescribed Student Activity Hour. 2. Whenever possible, the University shall allow student organizations and athletic teams to use student facilities free of charge. Likewise, the University shall ensure a reasonable amount of charges for the usage of the facilities. 3. Student Organizations wanting to use school facilities for some activities hall comply with the requirements of the office concerned and shall be responsible for any damage incurred during the use of the said facilities. 12
4. The University Administration and the student organizations shall endeavour to create harmonious system of coordination of all onand off-campus activities. 5. Student organized events and other University events shall be given high priority in using University facilities than external entities. 6. The Central Student Government and the College Student Councils shall reserve the right to determine their policies and programs for the students subject to their duly ratified constitution, charters or the equivalent thereof, provided that these objectives are not detrimental to the values promoted by the University Mission Statement ( Article II) 7. The Central Student Government and the College Student Councils shall serve as legitimate representatives of the student body. They shall be held responsible for promoting the rights, responsibilities and general welfare of the student body. 8. The Xavier University ² Central Student Government, the College Councils and student organizations shall be responsible for the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of their activities. d. SECTION 4: STUDENT ORGANIZATION FINANCES The University, through the Finance Office, shall be responsible for the periodic collection of specified Student Organizational Funds (SOF) and CSG funds. The Central Student Government, College Councils, and all other organizations, shall be transparent in all financial transactions. Expenditures are subject to the accounting and auditing procedures for student organizations and the auditing rules of the Office of Student Affairs and the Finance Office. VI. ARTICLE VI: RIGHT TO ACCESS INFORMATION a. SECTION 1. The students have the right to access official and public information on matters directly affecting their welfare. b. SECTION 2.
The students have the right to access their own school records with the condition that all requirements set to avail that information is met within 30 days. The University shall ensure the privacy and confidentiality of the records.
c. SECTION 3. The students have the right to be informed of tuition and special fees as well as the breakdown of these payments. The university administration shall mount reasonable and prominent notices in strategic locations informing them of the deadline of payments and other relevant information. VII. ARTICLE VII: RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN POLICY MAKING a. SECTION 1: Observer Status in the Board of Trustees. Discussions on formal policies that directly involve and affect the students, the student body shall have the right to be invited and to observe the meetings through their elected representative to the Board of Trustees.
b. SECTION 2: Student representation with deliberate and voting rights in the following policy-making bodies shall be assured by the University Administration: 1. One (1) seat in the Academic Council with three alternates namely the CSG President, the Chairman of the Directors and the Department of Academic Affairs. 2. Three (3) representatives in the College Dean·s Councils from the respective College Student Councils. 3. Two (2) representatives to the Committee on Investigation and Decorum. 4. Two (2) representatives to the Library Committee 5. One (1) representative to the College Administrative Board 6. One (1) representative to the Academic Standards Committee 7. One (1) representative to the Curriculum Committee. 8. Three (3) representative to the Review and Recognition Committee 9. One (1) representative to the Awards Committee As needed, students may also serve as members of the University and College Committees. 14
c. SECTION 3: On matters of tuition and school fees a. The students shall have the right to be consulted on any proposal to increase or create new school fees. Their justification shall be included in the consultation. There shall also be an adequate dissemination of the proposed increase or creation of fees. b. During the formal consultation meeting, the University Treasurer shall be required to present the pertinent financial statements of the university for the past 5 years immediately preceding the proposal for such adjustment d. SECTION 4: Student·s Initiative The students have the right to organize and initiate moves that formulate, modify or reject school policy affecting them directly through their official representatives who will then present the substance of the student·s initiative to official bodies for review and appropriate action. e. SECTION 5. Right to Consultation The general student body, aside from their official representatives, shall have the right to be consulted before any school rule affecting them directly is approved or implemented. VIII. ARTICLE VIII: FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION a. SECTION 1. Right against Prior Restraint. Students shall have the right to express their views and opinions freely in any form that is acceptable to the academic community. Opposition to school policies inimical to student·s interest shall not be a ground to denying or withdrawing scholarship grants and privileges to deserving students or shall affect academic and/or extra-curricular standing(s). b. SECTION 2. Privacy of Communication. The Privacy of communication and correspondence among students remain inviolable. c. SECTION 3. Right to Student Publication Students shall have the right to publish student newspaper and other similar publications, print in their pages materials that they deem in pursuance of their academic freedom and freedom of expression in 15
accordance with Republic Act NO. 7079, otherwise known as the ´Campus Journalism Act of 1991.µ Pursuant thereto, no individual who is not a staff member of the publication shall determine its content. The role of the faculty adviser in the student newspaper shall be limited to technical guidance. The selection of the student editor-in-chief and his/her staff shall be made by annual fair and competitive examinations to be administered by the Editorial Board. The editorial staff shall observe the ethics of professional journalism. It shall be the responsibility of the editorial staff to ensure that the student paper is not used for purposes contrary to law. The editor/editorial staff shall, unless sooner removed for cause and with due process, be assured of security of tenure for the duration of his/her its prescribed term.
d. SECTION 4. Right to Peaceably Assemble Students shall have the right to peaceably assemble and discus issues that directly affect them. The University shall ensure that right to freedom to peaceably assemble be upheld at all times. IX. ARTICLE IX: RIGHT TO SECURITY a. SECTION 1. Rights Against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures. ² Every student shall be free from any form of unreasonable search or seizure. No search or seizure of students shall be deemed valid, except for the following instances: 1. Searches made at the point of ingress and egress by authorized personnel of the school; Searches and seizures of illegal article(s) falling in the plain view of duly authorized personnel; Searches and seizures made when the student is about to commit, is committing, or has just committed a crime or a serious infraction of the school·s rules and regulations, and; Searches made with a valid search warrant issued by the DSA, and implemented by the University Security Officer or a duly constituted authority of the University equivalent thereof. 16
b. SECTION 2. Firearms and Explosives Ban. ² Students are strictly not allowed to carry and bear firearms, explosive devices and those of similar nature inside the Xavier University premises. c. SECTION 3. Prohibition against Militarization of School Campus. The pursuit of academic excellence and exercise of academic freedom can be attained only in an atmosphere free from fear and unreasonable restraint. Pursuant thereto, no military, detachment or any affiliation similar thereof shall be installed or be given special accord of residence on the school campus. d. SECTION 4. Right of Security of Person and Honor. All students shall have the right to be treated with respect and courtesy. They shall have the right to be free from physical abuse, sexual harassment and other forms of emotional abuse. Moreover, the students have the right to be protected from libellous and slanderous statements. X. a. ARTICLE X: RIGHT TO DUE PROCESS SECTION 1: The right to due process of a student under disciplinary proceedings shall be fully granted and observed. In the process of hearing his/her side, a fair scrutiny of the case(s) and/ or act(s) made is important before the disciplinary board can render any decision of sanction.
1. The student has the right to defend himself/herself on an offense he/she is accused of and be rendered an impartial decision. b. SECTION 2: Penalties of suspension, exclusion, blacklisting and other such disciplinary sanction that may be taken against a student shall not be valid unless the following rights and due process have been observed and accorded to the student: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The right to be presumed innocent until proven otherwise; The right to be informed in writing of the nature and the cause of the accusation; The right to full access to the evidence in the case; The right to be provided adequate time to prepare defense; The right to a hearing before the University Disciplinary Board; The right against self-incrimination so as to guarantee that a student shall not implicate his/her own person in an injury, and; The right to appeal decisions to the University President.
c. SECTION 3: After fair hearing, the student is responsible for serving any sanction(s) given. d. SECTION 4: A penalty of expulsion shall be served only after a University recommendation has been approved by the CHED. e. SECTION 5: The decision made in any disciplinary proceeding must be rendered on the basis of relevant and substantial evidence(s) presented at the hearing and disclosed to the student involved. 1. The deciding body must act on its own independent consideration of the facts of the case. 2. The body should, in all controversial questions, render its decisions in a manner that makes the issues involved and the reasons for any decision clear to the student. 3. The body must ensure the confidentiality of any decision to protect the privacy of the student involved. 4. The nature and gravity of disciplinary sanctions must be proportionate to the seriousness of the violation committed, as provide for the College Student Handbook. 5. The College Dean of the student concerned shall be informed of any disciplinary cases against a student under his/her college.
ARTICLE XI: GENERAL PROVISIONS a. SECTION 1: No School Policy Shall be implemented Ex Post Facto b. SECTION 2: Students shall have the right to file an appeal on any policy and decisions of the school in according to existing procedures.
ARTICLE XII: FINAL PROVISIONS a. SECTION 1: Rules and Regulations. ² The Central Student Government, the College Administration, and Faculty and Staff shall observe and uphold the necessary rules and regulations to implement the provisions of this act. b. SECTION 2: Separability Clause - If any provision of this act is declared invalid, the remainder thereof not be affected shall continue in full force of effect. c. SECTION 3: Repealing Clause. ² All rules and regulations, or other issuance or parts thereof that are inconsistent with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed or modified accordingly. d. SECTION 4: Ratification. ² This Magna Carta and any subsequent amendments are ratified by a simple majority of students voting in a referendum/election called for this purpose. 18
e. SECTION 5: Effectivity. ² The Provisions of his Magna Carta will take effect only after this document is dully approved. f. SECTION 6. Amendments ² this act can only be amended every two school years after the end of the second semester of its ratification. Amendments may be proposed by any students but must be approved by 2/3 vote of the assembly composed of the following: 1. Central Student Government ² President, Vice-President, Secretary ² Commissioner for Student·s Rights and Welfare and Department Secretary for Academic Affairs, and; 2. For each College Student Council ² President, VicePresident, Secretary, Treasurer, and a fifth official named by the College Student Council President. Proposed Amendments approved by the above-mentioned assembly are then presented to the Academic Council which shall form an Ad Hoc Committee to study the proposal; the said Ad Hoc committee shall have representatives from the Central Student Government, the College Student Councils, the Faculty and the University Administration. Proposed amendments approved by a majority vote of the Academic Council are the presented ratification by the student body.
ERNESTO B. NERI President, Central Student Government
LOUIE JAY BAN V. JARALES Vice ² President, Central Student Government
CARLO ANGELO E. CAHOY President, Association of Engineering Students 19
KERBY S. MACA President, Center for Integrated Technologies Student Council
FAINA T. PACANA President, Council of Nursing Students
KAREN H. JAGAPE President, School of Business and Management Student Council
ANNABEL B. MONDOY President, Teachers· Guild
KARL WYNE R. ABREGANA President, Aggies Student Council
RALPH ANTON C. GO President, United Arts and Sciences Student Council
KEVIN G. SALAZAR Chair, Department of Academic Affairs
JENNESSE C. LAO Head Commissioner, Students· Rights and Welfare Commission