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Message from the Associate Dean
ANDRES D. BAUTISTA Dean FEU Institute of Law
Associate Dean FEU Institute of Law
Message from the SC President
The Institute of Law opened its doors in 1934. It is one of the older colleges of law in the country. Also, it is a pedigreed law school from whose ranks two other law schools located in the university belt were formed. The Institute has the unique distinction of having two Senate Presidents served as Dean: Jovito Salonga (1956-1963) and Neptali Gonzales (19761986). In 2003, the Institute teamed up with the De La Salle University Graduate School of Business to offer the JD-MBA program, the first graduate dual program in law and business administration. The dual degree program prepares students to approach problems from the perspective of both a business executive and a lawyer. This program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in two interrelated disciplines and to understand the interrelationships between them.
a student will incur 3 ‘cuts’ for such absence. VISION STATEMENT The Far Eastern University Institute of Law envisions itself to be a haven for lawyers who are respected and noted leaders. real world skills. NOTE: The number of ‘cuts’ is computed on the bases of the number of hours of absence. It is treated under a “Cut System. For an absence (in one 3 hour class in Criminal Law). a student who is late by 15 minutes will be considered absent. The breakdown on the computation of the grade for a particular subject shall be within the discretion of the individual professor which must be conveyed to the class at the beginning of the semester. of Cuts Allowed 3 6 8 10 12 Equipped with globally relevant. Weight of Subject (No. SCHOLASTIC REQUIREMENTS 3 . e. GRADING SYSTEM Numerical grades are given with students needing to obtain a grade of at least 75% to pass any subject. the student is allowed a maximum number of “cuts” allowed a maximum number of absences per subject in accordance with the table provided below. Trained to be client focused. Mindful of their social responsibilities to the community and their ethical duties towards the administration of justice.” Under the “Cut System”. After exceeding the maximum number of ‘cuts’ allowed. Also. of Units) 1 2 3 4 5 Maximum No.g.MISSION STATEMENT The Far Eastern University Institute of Law is committed to producing lawyers who are: Class Attendance IL considers regular attendance in all classes as one of the most important obligations of the student. the student is automatically dropped from the class list and is given a grade of 60% for the subject. Your class schedule in Criminal Law is from 1 – 4 pm every Saturdays. producing brilliant lawyers who are not only learned in law but with a heart for the less fortunate.
The following are not to be worn even on a wash day while inside the University premises. Regular/Irregular Requirements: 4. leggings. except for meritorious reasons as determined by the Dean Who has been allowed by the Dean to take an official leave of absence shall carry over the “On probation” status in the semester of readmission to the Institute of Law Must pass all subjects and obtains the required QPI in the succeeding semester so that his “On Probation” status will be lifted. Must take a full load. sleeveless shirts/blouse. 2. Capri pants. 2. Shorts. Earrings ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS For Old Students c. Grade(s) received during a summer session shall not considered in computing the QPI is such grade is given taking an advanced subject. if enrolled. Shorts. Plotting form indicating CORRECT subject and section codes and the corresponding class schedule (for IRREGULAR STUDENTS ONLY). be for be is 1. A student “On Probation”: a. 1. A student who fails to meet the required Quality Point Index (QPI) and/or fails in any subject in a semester shall automatically be “On Probation” for the following semester. except only for subjects which require prerequisites. FOR FEMALES: 3. Procedures: DRESS CODE 4 . blazer or cardigan 2. Hence. 1. jogging pants. Sandos. a student who drops a subject that results in an academic load of less than the required 70% shall be automatically dropped from all other subjects enrolled in. Except in highly meritorious cases authorized by the Dean. Grade Slip for the last semester’s enrollment including summer. and shall not be allowed to drop any subject. cycling shorts 3. SATURDAY will be considered as wash day. tube blouse except when worn under a coat. Tuition Payment Receipt. Please be advised that students are required to wear proper business attire from MONDAY to FRIDAY. jogging pants and mini-skirts 4. Slippers or rubber sandals FOR MALES: b. 3. in which case the grade shall imputed to the semester where the advanced subject included in the four year curriculum. Sandos. muscle shirts and round neck shirts 2. QPI is the required weighted average of every student. all students must carry an academic load of at least 70% of the units required during each semester.1. Blouse with plunging neckline or midriff blouses 3.
2 above. & 4) Assoc. No. 1. Present all the above requirements Pay SC Fee before claiming COR ON PROBATIONARY STUDENTS – Atty. REGULAR/IRREGULAR STUDENTS . Approved Letter of Request for Readmission (secure approval from the Associate Dean). Paguirigan.Step 1 3 PAYMENT OF TUITION Cashier Step 2 Step Present all the above requirements ADVISING OF SUBJECTS IL Window B Pay SC Fee before claiming COR CLAIMING OF COR IL Window A WITH UNDERTAKING Step 1 4 APPROVED REQUEST FOR READMISSION Advising of subjects to be taken (Attach Req. Ellen dela Paz / Ms. Plotting form indicating CORRECT subject and section codes and the corresponding class schedule. 3. 4. NOTE: On probationary students who do not fall under the: 1/3 rule. Vicky Sido With complete grades With NO failing marks Who attained the required QPI Who wish to enroll the allowable maximum number of units Who violated the Selective Retention Policy (SRP) for first time for the following reason/s : a. 3. if enrolled 2. Grade Slip for the last semester’s enrollment including summer. Tuition Payment Receipt. Viviana M. write a letter to the Dean/Associate Dean for reconsideration/re-admission: 5 .Ms. Associate Dean To those who fall under the following case/cases. below QPI with less than 1/3 rule failure Procedure: WITHOUT UNDERTAKING Step 1 Step 3 PAYMENT OF TUITION Cashier ADVISING OF SUBJECTS IL Window B CLAIMING OF COR IL Window A Step 2 2. Below QPI of 75%. b. ENROLLMENT 2. Dean ENROLMEN T Submit all the above requirement s ADVISING OFFICERS Cashier PAYMENT OF TUITION CLAIMING OF COR Pay Student Council Fee before claiming COR IL Window A Step 2 Step 3 Step On Probation Status Requirements: 1. and Without previous undertaking need not to comply with requirement no. 1.
The above-mentioned letter for endorsement to b. a. An applicant for admission to the law course is required to take the Law Admission Test (LAT). The LAT is administered by the Admissions. transcript) V. 6 . Guidance and Placement Office (AGPO) to all applicants in line with the need to maintain the quality of the students admitted into the Institute of Law. II. A minimal testing fee is assessed upon every applicant and the tests are administered from February to May. Submit the following to the Dean’s a. Simplicia Mendoza With pending grades Who wish to enroll only the allowable minimum number of units.FAILED MORE THAN 50% of total units enrolled Please follow the following steps: I. Simplicia Mendoza NEW STUDENTS/TRANSFEREES – Ms. REQUESTS FOR CERTIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT. IV. 3. Violated the 1/3 rule QPI is below 75% With previous undertaking for the following reason/s: NOTE: Approval of request for re-admission by a student is not guaranteed but depends on the over-all performance during the entire stay at IL. Get a “Selective Retention (SRP)” and plotting form at the IL Dean’s Office. MIGUEL M. Office: Policy NOTE: THE IL DEAN’S OFFICE WILL NOT ENTERTAIN THE FOLLOWING DURING ENROLMENT PERIOD: PETITIONS FOR EXIT GRADES. a. New Students 1. or With failing mark(s) With two consecutive violation of Selective Retention Policy (SRP): . and Attach a plotting form with schedule and subjects for approval of Associate Dean. the VPAA. b. SELECTIVE RETENTION POLICY (SRP) . Attach accomplished SRP form.With complete requirements (grades. Prepare a letter-request for readmission addressed to Arch. Failure to obtain the required QPI. Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs. b. III. c. honorable dismissal. Below QPI Failed of less than 1/3 of subjects enrolled STUDENTS CLAIMING GRADES (currently enrolled) – Ms. CARPIO. REQUESTS FOR COMPUTATION OF GRADES OR SCORES IN FINAL EXAM THE ADMISSION POLICIES / REQUIREMENTS Admission into the Institute of Law is determined by the Dean on the basis of the applicant’s compliance with the applicable law and scholastic ability as manifested in a written examination and an oral interview.
2 d.2.1 A holder of any Bachelor of Science or Arts degree with deficiencies of not more than 9 units in the above-mentioned subjects may still be admitted provided that such deficiencies shall be taken and passed during the first year of law school. Scholastic Record Report of Ratings Summary of Credits a. 1. Philosophy. 2.3. Letter of Intent to transfer to the Institute of Law addressed to the Dean.” the transferee shall not be allowed to drop any subject. A transferee shall be considered “On Probation” during the first semester the student is admitted in the Institute of Law. Photocopy of any of the following: (1). Transferees Admission of transfer students from other law schools shall be decided on a case to case basis by the Dean based on the applicant’s credentials and personal qualifications and subject to appropriate conditions. 2. Certificate of Transfer (Honorable Dismissal) from the former school. The readmission of students who have taken an authorized leave of absence and who are still qualified under the Rules on Scholastic Responsibility to enroll shall be approved by the Dean. b. subject(s) taken in the former school with a grade of 80% and above will be credited. and e. Four copies of 2x2 recent photo. c. the following rules shall apply: 2. Economics. The certificate of eligibility for admission into the Law Course (Form C-1) shall be issued by the Registrar’s Office in the second semester of the student’s first year in the Institute of Law. 6 units in Mathematics. 2. Returning students shall be readmitted subject to compliance with the Institute’s Academic retention Policies and/or specific conditions agreed upon. the performance of the transferee in the Institute of Law shall be evaluated. (3). Political Science.e History. Certificate of transfer (Honorable Dismissal) from the former school. The Institute of Law reserves the right to refuse readmission of students after the maximum allowable residency. Returning Students 1. only one leave of absence shall be allowed for a maximum period of one school year. and 18 units is Social Sciences (i. Official transcript of records (1 original and 2 photocopies). (2). If the student does not incur any failing mark and obtains the required QPI for the semester. He applicant must submit the following: leave of absence. While “On Probation. 3.) However. The 7 . 2. except for meritorious reasons as may be determined by the Dean. For the purpose of crediting subjects already taken and passed in the student’s former school. Psychology.B course provided the student has earned at least 18 units in English.2. Circular No. At the end of the semester. and four copies of 2x2 recent photos. c. The transferee must submit the following: a. Certificate of Eligibility for Admission into the Law Course (FormC-1) if the applicant has previously obtained such certification from his former school. Series of 1996 of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) provides that the responsibility for and accountability of determining the eligibility of students for admission to Law courses are hereby transferred to the concerned higher educational institution provided the following are met and/or observed: 1. Except in meritorious cases as may be determined by the Dean. Note that the admission of all students is subject to the condition that they complete the entire law course not longer than 6 years from the date of first enrolment including any authorized 1.1. 46. etc. b. A holder of any Bachelor of Science or Arts degree may be admitted to the regular LL.
Hence.2 Mathematical error in the computation of grades. the final grades received by a student shall be the basis for determining compliance with such student’s scholastic responsibility and only in the event the appeal shall have been resolved in favor of the student will such fact be given consideration.4. a student desiring to appeal the final grade shall file with the Dean’s Office the petition which must be in written form. grades may be changed only upon written petition of the student based only on the following grounds: 1. Cross-registration outside the University may be recommended by the Dean. upon approval of the Dean. Subjects with a grade below 80% may be credited only if the student obtains a QPI of at least 82% during the 1 semester of admission in the Institute. Without written approval of the Dean. Correction/ Change of Grades 1. no grade shall be changed after conclusion of the meeting of the faculty held for purposes of grade deliberations and/or submission of the grades to the Office of the Dean. or a summer load of more than units except for graduating students as may be allowed in special cases by the Dean. the same shall be a ground for automatic dismissal of the petition. or if the petition has already been filed. attend. 3. 3.1 1.student shall submit a petition to the Dean requesting accreditation of said subject(s) within a period of one (1) year from admission to the Institute of Law. By way of exception. 3. in accordance with regulations laid down by the University and CHED. “On Audit” Students 1. to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. 2. Faculty members are advised to report to the Dean any such violation. 2. Form and Content of Petition 1. Tuition and other school fees shall be paid in full at the start of the semester by the refresher and no credit students. signed by the student petitioner. and pass all regular fourth year review classes. a separate Petition containing the foregoing must be prepared and filed. Failure to obtain such QPI will mean the student shall repeat all subjects taken and passed in the former school which are below 80%. and/or Manifest oversight in the correction of written examination. For every grade sought to be changed. it must state: mathematical error in 8 . cross-register in another institute of the university. The professors of the individual review subjects attended by the refresher student shall issue a certification under oath that such student regularly attended and passed the subject under the same conditions as ordinary students and the ratings obtained by them in the particular subject. Such students are required to enroll in. The maximum load limit is to be observed in giving the permit for crossregistration. Any violation of this rule shall be deemed as a waiver of the right to petition for change of grade. No student shall be allowed to carry a semestral load of more than three units over the regular load. A. Students who are interested in attending subjects offered during the semester for personal reasons may be admitted under a purely “no credit” program. 2. Academic Load st 2. If the petition is based on computation of grades. Students are strictly prohibited from directly or indirectly approaching any faculty member for any change of grade. where within or without the University. in meritorious cases. Cross Registration A student may. Within the allowance period to appeal provided below. even when an appeal is pending. The Institute of Law admits “refresher” students. An appeal made by a student from the final grade received in a subject is not a matter of right but a privilege granted by the Institute of law.
Copies of the examination booklets (certified by the Dean’s Office) of other students may be submitted to support the allegations in the Petition. The consent provided by another student for the use of an examination booklet shall not place such student’s grade under review. b. The error alleged to have been committed. The accurate computation. 4. provided that the use thereof is authorized by the owners of the booklets. it must: a. All supporting documents to substantiate the allegations in the Petition must be attached to the Petition. Identify the particular number in the written examination where manifest error is alleged to have been committed. and c. 6. 5.a. 9 . The professor’s announced formula for computation of final grade. All issues not raised in the Petition shall be deemed waived and may not be raised in an amended Petition or Motion for Reconsideration. If the petition is based on manifest oversight in the correction of written examination. and b. Explain the reason and bases for the allegation. and shall remain final unless a petition has likewise been instituted by such student. must be attached to the Petition. duly certified by the Dean’s Office. A copy of the student petitioner’s examination booklet.
The faculty member to whom a Petition has been referred shall exert best efforts to return the Petition with a recommendation to the Dean’s Office within five working days from date of receipt. Refer the Petition to the faculty member concerned for his evaluation and disposition provided however. Dropping of Subjects 1.B. A student who drops or abandons a subject beyond such period shall be given a grade of 60% for that subject. Any other grounds not raised in the Petition. However. and other benefits equally granted to all students in the same class shall not be deemed waived by the filing of a Petition. Petitions filed out of time or those which do not comply with the allowable grounds under part B shall be dismissed outright. C. Any additional points equally granted to all students enrolled in the same class. Dismiss the Petition if it contains evident misrepresentation. In no instance may a student petitioner be allowed to file any amended Petition changing the ground from that originally relied upon. No Vested Right on the Rules Notwithstanding any provisions herein to the contrary. 4. that referral to the faculty member shall not be construed as a favorable endorsement of the Petition by the Dean’s Office. whether in the written examinations or in the final grade. Recommendation for dismissal of the Petition shall likewise state the reason for such recommendation. 3. No Penalty for Filing Petition No Penalty shall be imposed for the filing of a Petition. or the reasons and justification stated in the Petition are inaccurate. or alterations. the student may be permitted to attend classes on a non-credit basis until final action can be taken on the Petition. 2. Enrollment/ Attendance Pending Action on Petition A student who has been denied admission under the Rule on Scholastic Requirements cannot be enrolled. the Rules shall create no vested right in favor of the student and may be subject to changes. a.3 and A. with written authorization from the Dean. or for any reason. Processing and Evaluation of Petition The Dean’s Office shall observe the following rules in processing and evaluating Petitions. 10 . all grades on which no appeal has been duly made shall be deemed final and inappealable. even on conditional basis pending action on his petition. Filing of the Petition The Petition shall be filed with the Dean’s Office within seven working days from the official date of release of the grades in the particular subject on which an appeal is made. 1. Dismissal on account of prescription or absence of a proper ground under part B shall be deemed a dismissal with prejudice. Prior to the midterm examination shall mean anytime before taking the midterm examination. which dismissal shall be final. which at the latest must be on the day of the midterm examination but before getting a copy of the test questionnaire. amendments. Only the grounds raised in the Petition maybe the basis for a change of grade. without basis. which shall be duly communicated to the students and shall then have prospective application. A student may drop subject(s) any time prior to the midterm examinations provided that the remaining load shall not be less than 70% of the units required for the particular semester. unmeritorious. or b. In case of Petitions which comply with parts A. After the lapse of the said sevenday period. 5. the Dean’s Office3 shall have the option to: a. Any disposition for change of grade shall be supported by sufficient explanation on why the grade should be changed.4. whether favorable to or adverse to the petitioner student are deemed waived.
11 . the student shall be required to cancel his/her registration for that particular semester. If by reason of dropping a subject the academic load of the student for the current semester shall fall below the minimum load required.b.
Hazing or the act of requiring any person to undergo tests or other procedures involving violence or affronts to personal dignity in any form in violation of the Anti-Hazing Law. From holding any office in the student council. expel or strike from the list of candidates for graduation and/or withhold the FEU diploma from any student whom it may deem unworthy. whether the same results in death. or any other school publication. being present. 3. 6. including members of the staff. in connivance with others or with accomplices. Other Regulations: Except in meritorious cases. activity or 4.2. or a. strict observance of the rules and regulations of the University. which results in death. Cancellation of Registration Cancellation of registration means dropping of all subjects which may be done by a student at any time prior to the mid-term examinations. No cancellation of registration shall be valid unless approved by the Dean. Violation of any condition imposed for the admission or enrolment of a student. society or group. admission or continuance of membership in any organization. From holding office in any recognized organization. physical injury. whether the same occurs within or outside the premises of the Institute. and 7. for the purpose of initiation. shall be liable. Forging or tampering of school records or transfer forms. whether present or not during the initiation rites. Violation of the standards of professional ethics established for lawyers or commission of acts which otherwise 12 . transferring or carrying prohibited dangerous weapons or drugs within the University premises. 5. or any material misdeclaration in the admission application or enrolment form or any other document required for admission or enrolment. officially reported to the Registrar and entered into the student’s permanent record. society or group. Dropping of subjects must be made in the prescribed form and signed by the professor concerned. The administration. students on academic probation are prohibited: Any of the following acts shall constitute a ground for suspension. The officers of the organization. Discipline Dedication to study. 2. selling. Dropping of any subject shall not be valid unless approved by the Dean. 3. or damage to property and whether committed alone. the members who. For this purpose. or denial of re-enrolment: 1. Subjects unofficially dropped at any time during the semester shall be given a failing grade of 60%. respect for authority. officially reported to the Registrar and entered into the student’s permanent record. b. or c. securing or using forged transfer credentials. whether open or secret. dismissal. Cheating in written examinations and/or during oral recitations without prejudice to academic sanctions which may be imposed. and with full knowledge of the acts constituting hazing being committed in their presence. faculty member or University official. personnel and or security force. and unfailing courtesy are expected at all times of all students of the Institute. From holding any position in the editorial board of the Law Review. reserves the right to suspend. shall equally be liable. after due process. 4. insanity or mental illness. A student who fails or drops the same subject thrice will not be allowed to retake said subject and shall be barred from reenrolling. physical injuries. Using. dismiss from the Institute at any time. Assaulting or threatening any student. whether they actually participate in the act of hazing or not.
Being officers and recognized by the Institute.adversely reflects on the fitness of the students for admission to the bar. members of organizations not 13 . 8.
Any of the following acts shall constitute a ground for reprimand. 2. whether the same is also subject to criminal sanctions. from time to time. 3. 5. a. When a violation of any of the rules of conduct is reported to the Dean. or denial of re-enrolment. a student must have taken an academic load of at least 13 units. Vandalism. facilities or services. and/or University authorities from attending classes. fine. The SDC shall conduct an investigation of the case referred to it and receive evidence that shall form the basis of their findings and Dean’s List A Dean’s List of honor students is drawn up at the end of each semester. Academic Records – File an application for graduation with the Office of the Registrar by the start of the second semester in the third year to ensure that all academic records will be in order. or in conjunction with the conduct of others. Failure to comply with academic or administrative regulations (such as the No Smoking Ban) which may. the latter as recommended by the Institute of Law Student Council. 4. and 7. 6. 1. leading or participation in activities leading to disruption or stoppage of classes. dismissal. This committee shall be composed of three faculty members and two students appointed by the Dean. Commission or omission of acts that shall impede administration of University discipline or involving University discipline. conduct resulting in damage or abuse of University properties. b. including library materials. and preventing or threatening students. regulations and procedures established for the use of the library. a candidate must satisfy the following University Requirements: a. and regardless of whether convicted or not. Conduct by itself. the academic work corresponding to the last curriculum year of the course must be done in residence in the University. be issued by the Dean or other University officials. are as follows: 14 . Residence – Except in highly meritorious cases as determined by the Dean. entering the University premises or discharging their functions. To qualify for the Dean’s List. Acts involving dishonesty. faculty members. suspension. Any other acts similar or analogous to the foregoing. and he finds probable cause for disciplinary action. including the rules. depending on the severity of the offense: recommendations to the Dean. he shall convene a Student’s Disciplinary Committee (SDC). computed on the basis of the weighted average. must have obtained a general weighted average or QPI of at least 90% (First Honors) or 85% (Second Honors) and must not have incurred any failing grade. fraud or deceit. Any appeal on the decision of the Dean may be addressed to the University President. expulsion. Clearance – Obtain the necessary property and accounts clearances. Illegal conduct involving moral turpitude. which disrupts or impairs the effective operations of the University or other activities sponsored or authorized by the University: instigating. Graduation with Honors The minimum requirements for graduation with honors. GRADUATION Graduation Requirements To be recommended for graduation.
and with residence in the Institute of at least six semesters immediately preceding graduation. excluded from graduation honors. Residence in the Institute of at least 6 semesters is a necessary qualification for any of the foregoing graduation awards. and with residence in the Institute of at least six semesters immediately preceding graduation. A Second Honors Silver Medal is awarded at the Commencement Exercises to every student who has obtained a general weighted average of at least 85% throughout the law course.Awarded to students with a general weighted average of at least 92 %. Leadership Award is granted to a graduating student. subject to the rules on Scholastic Requirements. However. such failing mark and the passing mark obtained in retaking that subject. These assistanceships are granted on the basis of merit and need. Cum Laude. who throughout the entire law course has consistently pursued in an exemplary way the ideals of genuine leadership. The Nicanor Reyes Sr. is not per se. Graduation Awards A Gold Medal for Academic Excellence (Valedictorian) is awarded to the student of the graduating class who has obtained the highest general weighted average throughout the law course. 15 .Awarded to students with a general weighted average of at least 89%. is granted to every student obtaining a general weighted average of at least 91%. shall be included. in the form of total exemption from tuition fee. A First Honors Gold Medal is awarded at the Commencement Exercises to every student who has obtained a general weighted average of at least 90% throughout the law course. A Silver Medal for Academic Excellence (Salutatorian) is awarded to the student of the graduating class who has obtained the second highest general weighted average throughout the law course.Awarded to students with a general weighted average of at least 95%. that in either case. Financial Assistanceships A limited number of financial assistanceships may be availed of by deserving students. without any failing mark in any subject. concern for fellow students and selfless service to the Institute of Law and the community. to every student obtaining a general weighted average of at least 89% provided. in form of a fifty percent exemption from tuition fee. however. Institute Scholarships A full scholarship. without any failing mark in any subject. in any one academic subject and must have carried a minimum load of 15 units during the term when the scholarship is to have been earned. without any failing mark in any subject. in computing his general weighted average. This award is named after University’s founder who consistently cultivated the ideals of academic excellence and extra-curricular leadership in the students of the University. and a partial scholarship.Summa Cum Laude. Magna Cum Laude. provided that all the units required for graduation have been earned at the Institute. A student who has incurred a failing mark. the student has no grade lower than 83%.
EDWIN C. NELSON A.. URIBE. BELANDRES. PEDRO N. MENDIOLA. RENATO B. MODESTO A. VICTORINO. AGCAOILI. RENE B. VICTORIA V. MARIA ROWENA R. YAMBOT. Sido Simplicia A. JR. REX S. ONG. Paguirigan Ma. MARGARITA EUGENIA F. LORETO C. EDWIN R. TERESITA L. ANTONIO ALEJANDRO D. VENICIO F. CRISTINA J. JUMRANI. DELA CRUZ. BENEDICTO M. SUALOG. FERRER. ANNA MARIA A. FREDERICK FERN M. GATCHO. VIVIANA M. CRUZ. Victoria P. LOANZON. ENRIQUE. 16 . MANUEL T. GERELY C. DE GUZMAN. AUSTRIA. SALVADOR III. ALIAKHBAR A. VIRGINAIA JEANNIE P. FLORES.Office of the Dean Dean: Associate Dean: Staffs: Atty. GONZALES JR.. Andres D. CRISOSTOMO A. MA. MA. HILARIO L. GOROSPE. HERNANDO. CO. BILAN. RONALD C. VALDERRAMA. CASTRO. VILLANUEVA. MARITA IRIS B. LAQUI. JOSE B. Mendoza Ellen P. EUGENIO S. PAGUIRIGAN. CYRUS VICTOR T. RAMEL C. GRAPILON. ZENAIDA BERNADETTE T. PE BENITO. LOPEZ JR. FLORDELIZ A. ORTIZ JR. RICO. LABITORIA. EVANGELINE M. JOHNSON A. ELIZAGA. FLORANTE M. ABELLA. LOVELYN A.. SERGIO M. JEANETTE L. ETHELDREDA V. CHUA. LAGGUI. THADDEUS E. VENTURANZA. REBOSA. JR. Dela Paz Mario B. ORTIGUERA. AMANTE A. CENIZA. JOSE R. MARIO E. LIBERATO. ZARAH V. V. Bautista Atty Viviana M. ATA. MURIA. ANTONIO RAY A. OSWALDO D. TICMAN. GALAHAD RICHARD A. SALVA. TRANGQUIL G. CORNEJO. REBECCA R.S. LAQUO. DIMSON. Elman IL Roll of Professors ABAD. LIM.H. YAN. RAMON PAUL L.
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located at the second floor of the Administration Building. The Internet Laboratory was set up in 1996 in a tie-up with IBM Phil. It is designated for approved group activities such as exhibits. is the venue for cultural. and others. It has 40 workstations consisting of IBM Pentium-75 PC's with OS/2 operating environment and the WebExplorer as browser. job fairs. It also serves as reading area for students during their breaks. Auditorium Internet Laboratory The FEU Auditorium. Campus Pavilion University Conference Center The Campus Pavilion is located along the covered walk fronting the Law Building. Located at the ground floor of the Arts Building. it is suitable for conferences. the University Conference Center has a seating capacity of 300-350. seminars and fora. The Net Lab is for the on-line use of FEU students and 19 . It is fully air-conditioned and has projection facilities. and SM Equicom as the University's information infrastructure.000 and is fully air-conditioned. It boasts of a seating capacity of 1. academic and social activities of the University.
the FEU Chapel is the seat of all religious activities of faculty. tennis court. The room is fully air-conditioned and has a seating capacity of 150. It is located at the second floor of the Nicanor Reyes Hall. A Gymnasium A new Studio Theater was constructed on the 5th floor of the Administration Building. The Studio Theater was designed mainly for the use of the FEU Dance Troupe. 1957. such as basketball court. personnel and students. It is equipped with facilities for rehearsals and stage productions. Dance Theater conduct of seminars and other activities that are responsive to the needs of academic adminitrators. Papa St. 20 . weight rooms. multipurpose rooms and provisions for physical therapy has been constructed at R. for conducting Physical Education classes and tournaments coordinated with the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP). staff and students to understand their role as Christians.faculty who do research in their disciplines. It also has space for the Review Room is located at the second floor of the Law Building. modern gymnasium equipped with major sports facilities. faculty members. It is designated for mock court hearings and review classes for the Law students. Chapel Bar Review Room The FEU Bar Inaugurated on December 8.. Masses and religious services are held regularly.
The Official Website The FEU provides food services to the faculty. Foods and services are reasonably prices and sanitation is guaranteed. an improved lighting and a Fair Play Electronic Scoreboard System. FEU Cooperative Store Hall (NRH). Canteens An outdoor basketball court located in front of the Arts Building boasts of an Astrotuf-Martin. A sitdown canteens is located at the ground floor of the Nicanor Reyes Information about FEU has been posted in the worldwide web for students.edu. all weather. a power flex goal. Food counters for take-out purpose are located at the ground floor of the Science Building. It is being 21 44 . Other food counters are located at strategic places that are accessible to students. Prices are competitive and goods are offered to members at discounted rates.ph. rubberized synthetic surface. an official competition clear acrylic blackboard. alumni and others at www. Outdoor Basketball Court The FEU Consumers Cooperative offers school supplies and books at its store located at the ground floor of the Science Building. faculty. personnel and students at various places that are accessible to students.feu.
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Foster friendly relations among the students themselves. The President exercises control and supervision over all the activities of the council. and represent the organization in all functions. a Secretary. 5. who will be elected by their respective batches and/or year levels. For the Batch Representatives. The President shall preside over all meetings of the organization. Encourage the free exchange of ideas among the students and the faculty. an Auditor. Article II (Membership) Membership in the council shall be limited to students duly enrolled at the FEU-IL. a Vice-president. Provide opportunities for the participation of the student body in inter-school activities. 4. Have such other qualifications as the Office of the Dean may prescribe. the student must: 1. Have a quality point index of at least 80% for the semester immediately previous to the election. Article III (Officers) Section 1. sign all official correspondence and disbursements. all the officers of the council shall be elected at large on an election duly called for the purpose. Provide avenues for the students for their other interests. the FEU-IL STUDENT COUNCIL hereby submits itself to be governed by this constitution. To be eligible for election as an officer of the Council excluding the First year Batch Representatives. all of whom shall be elected for the term of office of one year. they must be incoming members of the respective batches they seek to represent. a Treasurer. Specifically. Be a bona fide student of the Institute for the entire academic year he/ she is supposed to hold office. 4. Specifically. The officers of the student council shall be a President. involving the interests and concerns of the law students.FEU IL STUDENT COUNCIL CONSTITUTION Preamble (Aims and purposes of the organization) To represent the law students in order to advance and protect their interests as well as to foster camaraderie and cooperation between and among them. the President has the following duties: 23 . Provide an environment where students can pursue their studies in comfort and free from distractions. official or social. the Council shall seek to: 1. He may likewise create special or ad hoc committees for the purpose of carrying out any project of the council and may appoint the persons to head them whether or not these persons are part of the council. Except for the Batch Representatives. He may delegate these and other functions to any other officer of the council except to sign disbursements. Article I (Name of the Organization) The name of the body shall be the “Student Council”. Have no grade below 77% in any subject for the semester immediately previous to the election. 3. Section 2. 5. and Batch Representatives. 2. 2. 3.
c. e. and in general. He/She shall sign all documents relating to the performance of his/her office as may e required by the Student Council. He/She shall supervise fund-raising projects. b. d. The Treasurer shall have charge of the funds. Specifically. removal from the office. the Auditor has the following duties: 24 . At the end of his term of the office. preserve all records and communications thereof. receipts and disbursements of the Student Council. The Vice-president shall succeed the President upon the latter’s death. he’ she shall cause. as part of his annual report.a. c. The Treasurer shall collect and receive all dues and other payments accruable to the council. and shall act as custodian of all properties and funds of the organization. alongside with the President. The Auditor shall see to it that all disbursements made by the Treasurer are in order. or permanent incapacity. Together with the Auditor. c. He/She shall make an annual report concerning the activities of the council for the year and make recommendations for the continuation of any unfinished business for the ending school year. He/She shall make a report/compilation of all the activities of the Student council. The Secretary shall keep full and correct minutes of all the proceedings of the organization. He/She. Section 6. pay out of the funds in his charge all properly approved accounts. to see to it that all funds and properties under the custody of the Treasurer are properly kept at all times. resignation. and preparation of a financial statement of receipts and expenditure of the funds during his term of office. Specifically. a. He/She shall inform the members f the Council of schedule of meetings. with the assistance of the Treasurer. and conduct all official correspondence of the organization. Section 3. the Treasurer has the following duties: a. He/She shall distribute copies or post such copies of the minutes of each meeting of the council after the same has been approved by the President. He/ She shall prepare the council activity report and officers’ contact information and submit these to the President and disseminate them to the student body. he/she shall render a financial report to the council and to the student body at least once every semester. Section 4. Section 5. b. Such report and recommendations shall be read at the last assembly of the Student Council for the school year. d. S/He shall perform the duties of the office of the President during the temporary absence of the incumbent. He/She shall provide feedback to the Dean’s office regarding views and opinion of students affecting their education and any such matters that are of importance to their stay. Specifically. he/she shall oversea the activities of the Council of Representatives (CORE). b. shall sign all disbursements necessary for the operation of the Council and for other purposes as the Council may deem vital. He/She shall deposit all moneys of the Council with such bank/ institution as the Student Council may designate. He/She shall perform such other duties that the Student Council may delegate to him. f.
The regular election of the officers shall be haled on the last Wednesday of February unless otherwise moved based on meritorious reasons. A petition duly signed by two-thirds of all the bona fide students of the institute shall be sufficient to initiate all cases of impeachment. He/She shall keep correct books of accounts. An appointee of the President. No impeachment proceedings shall be initiated against the same official more than once within his/her term of office. from among its members. In which case. Section 3. The body shall perform such other functions as may be delegated to it by the President. from regular meetings result to an automatic expulsion from the council of the officer concerned. He/She shall perform such other duties that the Student Council may delegate to him/her. Article VI (Accountability of Officers) Section 1. Section 9. b. To speak for and in behalf of his/her constituents after consultation with them. on impeachment for culpable violation of this Constitution. He/She shall render to the President or the student body. subjects the officer concerned for fines and other disciplinary action as may be determined by twothirds of the officers.a. The body shall be the direct link of the council to each section of the Institute to address the immediate concerns of the section. b. Section 2. Section 8. The officers may be removed from office. Should there be failure of elections for any position. c. an account of condition of the council on all transactions made by the financial condition of the council on all transactions made by him/her. whenever required. Four consecutive absences. Regular meetings of the council officers shall be held every other Monday of each month during the school year at such time and place as may be decided by the officers. the oath taking shall be moved two days after said special elections. Article VII (Amendment) c. Being caught up in a traffic jam is no just cause for tardiness. with or without just cause . 25 . To perform such other duties that the Student Council may delegate to him/her. The Batch Representatives shall see to it that the concerns of their respective bathes and constituents are brought forth have the following duties: a. Two consecutive absences. with or without just cause. The oath taking ceremonies shall be conducted within five calendar days from the day the said elections are held. Special meetings may be called by the President. There shall be created council of Representatives (CORE) composed of all section presidents of the FEU-IL. Article V (Meetings) Section 1. Section 2. To take charge and organize activities pertaining to each year level. shall organize a committee to try and hear all cases of impeachment. upon receipt of said petition. The Office of the Dean. or betrayal of trust and confidence reposed on him/her by the studentry. Tardiness. special elections shall be called within five calendar days from the day of the regular elections held. subjects the officer concerned to twice the fine imposed on tardiness and other disciplinary action as may be determined by two-thirds of the officers. without just cause. shall head it. or upon written request of at least two other officers of the council. graft and corruption. Section 7.
This Constitution shall immediately take effect after being ratified by a majority of all the students of the Institute on n election duly called for the purpose. CLASS DIRECTORY NAME MOBILE FACEBOOK MOBILE FACEBOOK NAME 26 . Article VIII (Transitory Provision/s) Section 1. Ratified on February 14. provided that notice is given as to the proposed amendment at least one week before the same is voted upon. 2008.This Constitution may be amended by two-thirds vote of all the FEU-IL students.
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