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Governor IAN ESCARCHA Vice Governor
ALONA DOMINGO Secretary
CATHERINE JOY VALEDA Treasurer
GERMILINE FEI SAN PEDRO Auditor
GIAN CARLO QUILANTANG JUAN ROLANDO DIZON Public Relation Officers
OPHELIA UMAYAM Business Manager
KATHRINE SIMEON Level 4 representative
SHANNIE SOBREPEÑA Level 3 Representative
GERWIN PADILLA Level 2 representative
CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS .
The WU-P CNLC shall promote and protect the rights.Philippines College of Nursing shall be known as Wesleyan University. Section 2. in order to establish a self-governing. Mabini Extension. imploring the aid of Almighty God. ARTICLE I Name and Address Section 1.PREAMBLE We. Section 3. The Wesleyan University-Philippines College of Nursing Local Council shall have its address at CNLC office.Philippines College of Nursing Local Council hereafter referred to as WU-P CNLC Section 2. the sovereign nursing students of Wesleyan University-Philippines. inculcate social consciousness and responsibility and embody Wesleyan ideals of scholarship. All officially enrolled nursing students of WU-P shall be ipso facto members of the College of Nursing Student Body. justice. equality. peace and harmony. ground floor Main Library building. do so ordain and promulgate this constitution. to build a community of truth. love. safeguard academic freedom. . efficient. welfare and security of its members. service and character. The WU-P CNLC shall governed by the Republican Principles where sovereignty resides in the members and all authority emanates from them. honest and transparent Student Council that shall represent our interest. Wesleyan University-Philippines. Every recognized Minor Organization referred to as (MO’s) shall be guaranteed the widest participation in the governance of its members to ensure their fullest development. Cushman Campus. Section 4. promote general welfare. Cabanatuan City 3100 Nueva Ecija. The student council of Wesleyan University. ARTICLE II Declaration of Policies and Principles Section 1. dignity.
5. 12. 7. . The Right to public information. 3. 9. Rights under the 1987 Constitution 1. 6. 2. The Liberty of abode and right to travel. B. 13. Every Wesleyan University – Philippines tertiary student shall enjoy all the rights and privileges guaranteed by the 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines. and 14. The Right to life. the Education Act of 1982 and the pertinent laws of the land.The Right to select a profession or course of study subject to fair. The Right to form organizations and associations. 2. The Right to receive primarily through competent instruction relevant quality education in line with national goals and conducive to the full development as persons with human dignity. except in case of academic deficiency or violation of academic regulations. The Freedom of speech and expression. liberty and property under due process of law. 4. A. The WU-P CNLC recognized the three-fold mission of the University – Scholarship. reasonable and equitable admission and academic requirements. The Right to freely choose their field of study to continue therein up to graduation. The Right against unreasonable search and seizures and illegal arrest. 10. The Right to privacy of communication and correspondence.The Right to academic freedom within the limitations provided for by the law. The Right to peaceably assemble and petition the lawful authorities for redress of grievances.The Right to suffrage.All the Rights guaranteed under the 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines not mentioned above. ARTICLE III Rights of the Students Section 1. 8. Rights under the Education Act of 1982 1. The Right to equal protection of law.The Right to quality education. 11.Section 5. Service and Character and will strive to translate these ideals into action.
programs and projects. The Right to participate in the formulation and development of policies affecting the school in relation to the locality/ region and nation through representation in the appropriate body/bodies of the school to be determined by the governing board. Secretary. spiritual and physical growth and development.The Right to be free from involuntary contribution except those approved by their own organizations or societies. To formulate its house rules and regulations of disciplining its members. 7. 4. Public Relations Officer. join. The Right to form. Treasurer. transfer credentials and other similar documents within thirty days from request. and services. join and maintain organization and societies of purpose not contrary to law. ARTICLE IV The College of Nursing Local Council 1. establish. programs.3. The Right to free expression of options and suggestions and to effective channels of communication with appropriate academic and administrative bodies of the school institution. The Wesleyan University – Philippines College of Nursing Local Council shall be the highest governing student body in the College of Nursing. suited to his/her potentialities. Section 2. 2. and . The Right to school guidance and counseling services for making decisions and selecting the alternatives of works. To prepare annual calendar of university-wide activities. grades. 9. Auditor. cultural. diploma. or to form. The Local Council shall be the implementing body of policies. 2. The Right to access to his own school records. 8. 5. and duties: 1. and participate in organizations and societies recognized by the school to foster their intellectual. To uphold and implement the provisions of this constitution. The Right to publish a student newspaper and similar publication. The Local Council shall have the following powers. To implement all policies and resolutions passed by the House of Representatives. and 10. The Right to the issuance of official certificates. transcript of records. It shall be composed of the Governor. The Local Council Section 1. Common Provision Section 1. 3. as well as the right to invite resource persons during symposium or assembly and other activities of similar nature. the confidentiality of which the school must maintain and preserve. 6. functions. Vice Governor. 4. and (2) Business Managers voted at large by all bona fide nursing students of Wesleyan University – Philippines. establish.
Organize. D. The WU-P CNLC shall have the following duties: A. The Local Council shall have its regular meeting. Section 4. Instill in the minds and hearts of the students the need for national awareness and involvement. To create departments and ad hoc committees as it may deemed necessary in order to effectively carry out its programs and activities. Train the students to become responsible citizens and leaders of the country. Likewise. coordinate and direct student activities in campus designed to improve students general welfare. C. Adopt its own rules of government. B. The Local Council shall constitute a quorum of at least 2/3 of all its members or a simple majority to validly transact any business. Have such additional powers as WU-P authorities may from time to time. responsibilities and objectives. Section 3. B. Director of Student Affairs and the college dean on student matters. Serve as a voice and as an active forum for the expression of the students’ ideas and sentiments. the Vice – President on Academic Affairs. Represents the studentry in all major policy-making bodies of the University when so provided by the competent authorities. the frequency and date shall be determined by the incumbent members. The Governor may call a special meeting as the necessity arises. and F. ARTICLE V Powers and Duties of the College of Nursing Local Council Section 1. ARTICLE VI Powers and Functions of Local Council Officers . affairs and activities.5. it shall also adopt its own proceedings consistent with the provisions of this constitution. Represent WU-P studentry in external student activities. The WU-P CNLC shall have the following responsibilities: A. E. C. Section 5. Section 2. grant or delegate to it consistent with its stated powers. Inform and make recommendations to the University President.
3. and 5. The Treasurer 1. Certify the availability of funds. and 4. Perform all duties as may be assigned to him/her provided that it does not against the function to which he/she has been elected. The Local Council shall have the following powers and functions: A. Represent the WU-P CNLC in the official capacity as Governor on occasions and events where the WU-P studentry needs representation. 2. B. Make the performance report of the WU-P CNLC officers. 2. 2. . Issue receipts for the collections and sign all vouchers/checks for the disbursement of WU-P CNLC funds. 2. E. 4. Receive and file all papers/correspondence of the WU-P CNLC. Collect and disburse the funds of the WU-P CNLC in accordance with the duly approved procedures. 3. D. Recommend to the WU-P CNLC the necessary measures that will ensure the sufficient allocation. Be its Chief Executive Officer. Preside overall meetings of the Local Council. Keep all the financial records of the WU-P CNLC. procurement and utilization of funds/resources including those for the prevention of irregular. The Auditor 1.Section 1. and 4. 2. and 3. 3. Keep all the minutes of meetings and proceedings of the WU-P CNLC. C. 3. Governor 1. Sign all resolutions. Assist the Governor in all matters where his/her assistance is required. Take over the functions of the Governor whenever the latter is absent or in any case of incapacity or vacancies. Vice Governor 1. The Secretary 1. Perform all duties as may be assigned to him/her provided that it does not against the function to which he/she has been elected. Prepare and furnish the WU-P CNLC officers with the agenda of the meetings at least one day prior to the scheduled meetings. Check and certify the correctness of all financial statements and assess the progress of the financial activities of the Local Councils. Perform all duties as may be assigned to him/her provided that it does not against the function to which he/she has been elected. communications and papers of the WU-P CNLC.
ARTICLE VII Tenure of Office and Qualifications of Officers Section 1. excessive or extravagant uses of the WU-P CNLC funds and properties. and 4. monitor and manage the financial activities of WU-P CNLC. Possesses Good Moral Character. Qualifications for Governor and Vice Governor: A. 2. Perform all duties as may be assigned to him/her provided that it does not against the function to which he/she has been elected. 3. . The tenure of office shall be one year after the election. G. and Has the willingness to serve. The Business Manager 1. F. Section 2. Section 3. Develop income generating activities when necessary in order to augment WU-P CNLC budget. Ensure the information is properly disseminated among the members of the Wesleyan University-Philippines studentry. Be the Official Spokesperson of the College of Nursing Local Council. Plan. and 4. C. Should have a residence of five (5) semesters immediately preceding the election. Junior or Senior college student of WU-P College of Nursing and enrolled in at least 15 units load. 4. Perform all duties as may be assigned to him/her provided that it does not against the function to which he/she has been elected. Perform all duties as may be assigned to him/her provided that it does not against the function to which he/she has been elected.unnecessary. 2. The Public Relations Officer 1. B. and 5. All bona fide tertiary students of Wesleyan University – Philippines College of Nursing may run for any elective positions provided that he/she has the following qualifications: A. 3. Manage income and expenditures. Responsible for channeling of information between the Local Councils and the Executive Council. Assist the Treasurer in Budget Preparation. B. An Active Student of the University.
D. B. Qualifications for Treasurer: A. E. Must not have incurred a grade of incomplete. and Not holding any key position in any organization within the university. Must have a residency period of three (3) semesters except for freshmen and transferees who have not yet establish residency in the university. Non-graduating college student of WU-P College of Nursing and Enrolled in at least 15 units load.25 or more than incomplete grade during the immediately preceding semester as certified by the University Registrar. Section 4. D.C. dropped or failed during the previous semester/s. and Must not have a derogatory record during his entire residency in the university. dropped or failed during the previous semester/s. Members of Year Level Representatives shall be elected by students in their respective level for the same term as other Local Council members. C. No student may be elected in other positions in CNLC unless he/she has the following qualifications: A. Incumbent officers of the College of Nursing Local Council were given until graduation or the opening of the summer class to perform such functions designated by this constitution to facilitate smooth transition of management of the council. Should have a residence of five semesters immediately preceding the election. D. . A college student of WU-P College of Nursing enrolled in at least 15 units load. C. Must have a grade not lower than 2. Section 5. Members of the Local Council shall be elected at large by all nursing students of WU-P and shall assume office at the beginning of their term which shall begin at the day of their official sworn in to office by the following academic year. Section 2. and Must not have a derogatory record during his entire residency in the university. B. Section 3. Must not have incurred a grade of incomplete. Must be an active student leader of the university. ARTICLE VIII Manner of Election and Term of Office Section 1.
The nominee who will be elected by majority vote of all Local Council members voting shall serve the unexpired term. the Vice Governor shall act as Governor. ARTICLE X The Board of Advisers Section 1. Any part or provision of this Constitution that are found contrary or inconsistent with the Philippine Constitution. resignation or removal of the Local Council Governor. in case of permanent disability. Section 3. it’s the prerogative of the Governor to appoint in consultation with the Office of the Student Affairs and the adviser. Whenever there is vacancy in the members of the Level Year Representatives. However. The College of Nursing Local Council shall have a Board of Advisers which shall be at least one (1) faculty or clinical instructor who will be appointed by the College Dean upon consultation with WU-P CNLC. the Governor shall nominate two names from among the members of the council. The COMSELEC or the student electoral body created as a constitutional body will craft specific electoral code of the Wesleyan University – Philippines College of Nursing Local Council as a basis for future management of elections in the university. Whenever there is vacancy in the office of the Vice Governor and in other offices in the WU-P College of Nursing Local Council. Section 2. In case of temporary absence or disability of the Local Council Governor. ARTICLE XI Transitory Provisions Section 1. or with other existing .Section 4. death. REPEALING CLAUSE. the VG shall become Governor to serve the unexpired term. ARTICLE IX Vacancies Section 1.
ARTICLE XII Amendments and Revisions Section 1. Section 2. Any amendment to or revision of. Cabanatuan City. 2011 at the CNLC Office. this constitution and by-laws shall be deemed effective upon approval of the Local Council officers. Cushman Campus. This Constitution shall take effect immediately upon its ratification by a majority of the votes cast in a plebiscite held for the purpose and shall supersede all previous constitution.laws of the land and of the rules and regulations of Wesleyan University – Philippines are deemed null and void. Nueva Ecija . this Constitution and By-Laws is subject for revalidation and/or to revisit the effectively every year during the Annual Strategic Planning of the council. Section 3. repealed. All existing policies. Amendments and revisions to this constitution may be proposed by any officer of College of Nursing Local Council. Cushman Campus. Mabini Extension. memoranda and other pertinent documents of the WU-P CNLC not inconsistent with this constitution shall remain operative until amended. Wesleyan University – Philippines. Section 2. rescinded or revoked. Mabini Extension. Section 3. to be approved by the majority (1/2 + 1) of votes from all the members in a meeting called for the purpose. Adopted this 8th day of June 2011 during the Regular Wesleyan University – Philippines College of Nursing Local Council Meeting At the CNLC Office. Nueva Ecija Duly ratified and approved by the Officers of the Wesleyan University – Philippines whose signatures affixed hereto this June 8. Cabanatuan City. Upon approval. Wesleyan University – Philippines.
COLLEGE LOCAL COUNCIL ACTIVITIES .
PACSA SEMINAR .
Batan about ‘’Empowerment of Global Leaders in the institution’’. Aklan at exactly 2:30p then straight ahead to Boracay Island. Pederito A. facilitators conducted socialization and getting-toknow-you activities such as human bingo and many other more. and to enhance their communication skills as molders of informed public opinion. Plenary sessions started on the 2nd day of the convention with the 1st speaker. On the 28th day of July. Rizza Abinsay (former council adviser) together with the Supreme Student Council Delegates met at the Cabanatuan City Transport Terminal at Exactly 6am on the 27th day of July to go to the NAIA Centennial Terminal for the scheduled flight to Kalibo. followed by Mr. Fr. The 3rd talk is facilitated by Atty. It ended with a jamming session conducted by the USA-PRIMUS band. Alona Domingo (Secretary). The delegates arrived to Kalibo. Aparece with the topic ‘’Campus Advising and Student Leadership: An Ethical Perspective’’. The Mid-Year seminar started its opening ceremonies at exactly 4pm with the theme ‘’Strengthening Campus Advising and Student Leadership Amidst Global Challenges’’ Before the first night ends. Clarence M. It was followed by the talk of Dr. Boracay Island. and prudence as leaders. Aklan. 2011 Venue: La Carmela De Boracay. to develop their knowledge. Jobert Peñaflorida with the topic ‘’Role of Campus Advisers and Student Leaders in Addressing the Pressing Problems in Climate Change’’. Shannie Sobrepeña (Level 3 Representative) and Ms. Aklan Objective: • To inculcate the to the campus advisers and student leaders the value of integrity in order to be role models in the campus setting. discipline.Date: July 28-30. Rev. Juan Rolando Dizon (Public Relations Officer). Efren . The delegates have their registration and billeting at the reception hall of the La Carmela de Boracay resort and have their Key for their assigned room. Narrative Report The College of Nursing Local Council delegates which includes Marc Ian Crisostomo (Governor).
Philippines delegates together with the other delegates of Luzon Universities won the 3rd place in the competition. The Wesleyan University.Peñaflorida. CNN Hero of The Year 2009. The last speaker is a TV personality Eugenio ‘’Boy’’ R. The delegates went home afterwards. Abunda JR with the topic ‘’Governance in Campus Advising and Student Leadership’’ 2nd night of the Mid-Year Convention ended with the Cultural Presentation. GAWAD KALINGA BARKADAHAN NG KABAYAHINIHAN PROJECT . Wesleyan University-Philippines received a plaque of recognition for having its biggest delegation. Distribution of certificates began on the 3 rd day of the convention. Also. with the topic ‘’YOUTH Response to Global Challenges’’.
Immediately. we noticed the people's smile when we arrived and their willingness to be rendered by what we had prepared for them. 2011. Our call time for that day was 6'o clock in the morning. July 9. we as nurses had done our health teaching in terms of their lifestyle and diets in maintaing a normal BP and also a healthy life. but we have departed around past 7 riding on the WUP bus. offering some foods. To enlighten our student volunteer through service. In every house we've been through. we discussed the importance of knowing their blood type. Mark the date. . whom they are allowed to donate and from whom they can receive blood.Date: July 09. we are very grateful on being able to mingle with the people on the GK san Isidro. Prior to our BP monitoring and blood Typing. To touch the lives of people in their simple efforts for their community. and sharing some of their stories in life. the first outreach program of the college of nursing local council. we started our door to door tasks with the villagers. where people are thanking. Also. COEDU LC. The program was in partnership of the WUP SSC. To awaken the spirit of service in the hearts of the students. Nueva Ecija Objective: • • • Narrative report: The day is fair. With the different houses we had set our feets on. Saturday. It was 8:30 am when we arrived at the said village The program started with the opening prayer led by CIC Volunteers. and we are all up for doing something that is worthwhile. The Village President welcomed us with a message. 2011 Venue: GK Village San Isidro. wearing the smiles on our faces. After the short program we started our task which is BP Taking and Blood Typing.TELON GROUP. KNIGHTS AMBASSADORS. AND THE GK CIC. targeting the GK Nuestra Senora dela Soledad Ancop Canada San Isidro Village. The WU-P VPAA also visited and give a simple message for the resident of the village.
Also. Telon. we had taken the blood type of 33 people in the village. COLLEGE OF NURSING AND ALLIED MEDICAL SCIENCES ACQUAINTANCE PARTY . is indeed a great pride of our school and villagers of the GK were really laughing all throughout their performance. and people especially the children were very active in participating in every game of the program.Overall. After we were done with our tasks we then proceed in the GK hall where we had some socialization with the villagers and the other organizations of the university. and this tradition for GK programs was really really really fun.During lunch time we had the so called "boodle fight". is a presentation from the Telon group. Lunch time ended and we proceed for the programs that will bring joy to the villagers. One.eating all together where the food is on the banana leaves. performance from the villagers are also present. which is about the essence of helping the GK villagers. Games were also in the program.
Henry Cocoy DR. 3 rd year student. SFP and RCY together with the officers of the College Local Council and RADTECH and MedTech officers were inducted by the director of Office of Student Affairs. One of the intermission numbers was given by the Pilipinas Got Talent Season 3 contestants namely The Twin Divas and the Blitz Box Crew. 2011 wherein the much awaited CONAMS Acquaintance party was held. The party stops at exactly 12:00 am. and Ms. there were 842 attendees of the party. two contestant caught the attention of the crowd and were given the title Mr. intermission number from SINAG Nightingale and Himig was given. After the production number. Impulse. Galang. The registration starts at 6:00 pm and the program formally started at exactly 7:30 pm. To offer avenue for the students to mingle with each other that will promote camaraderie amongst the college populace and Wesleyan Community. 2011 Venue: University Gymnasium Objective: • • To formally introduce and induct the officers of the CLC and MO’s for this academic year 2011-2012. 4th year student. The opening of the dance floor was conducted by the Council Governor which signals the start of a non-stop party. Immediately after naming the Face of Night winners. both students from the Wesleyan University-Philippines. . Face of the Night which is Mark Llado. Narrative Report: On the night of August 5. After the two performances. Dolores R. Nacpil. Overall. Prof. Officers from the different Student Societies specifically SINAG. The party started with the invocation from SINAG Nightingale then followed by the production number of SINAG Powerdance and SINAG Nightingale.Date: August 5. an opening message was delivered by the Dean of the CONAMS. and . the face of the night portion comes afterwards wherein several names were called to be on the center of the dance floor. From those names that were called. Prof.
CONAMS INTRAMURALS .
To give time and place for the athletes wherein they can relax for a while after the hard work they did on the recently held Palarong Wesleyan 2011. 2011 Venue: MGL resort. Bitas. Cabanatuan City Objective: • • To give credits to the athletes of the College of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences. Mampulog. Narrative Report: .THANKSGIVING PARTY Date: September 24.
Dolores R.After the recently held Palarong Wesleyan 2011 wherein the CONAMS placed 2nd in the overall. Galang delivered his opening message along with the sports coordinator of the CONAMS. Barbecue. Foods such as Adobong Baboy. The athletes together with their respective coaches were asked to come at exactly 6:00 pm. Menudo. After dinner. . the athletes goes swimming and singing in the videoke machine. and Mixed Vegetables were served. Fried Chicken. The athletes went home at exactly 12:00 am. The mini program started at 7:00 with Prof. Cabanatuan City. Seis Lyle Cancio. The chosen venue for the said activity is the MGL resort at Bitas. the College decided to organize thanksgiving party that will give the athletes a pleasure after a long week intramurals. Mr. Dinner was served after the opening message has been given.
RELIEF OPERATION FOR THE VICTIM OF TYPHOON PEDRING .
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