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STUDENT DEPORTMENT

CAMPUS
ORGANIZATIONS
THE OFFICE OF THE
STUDENT AFFAIRS (OSA)
AND SERVICES
STUDENT DEPORTMENT (These are
suggested behavior, bearing or attitude/Proper
behavior within a given social milieu)
 Students are expected to report in the clinical area
fifteen (15) minutes before the start of duty hours
for endorsement.
 Entertaining visitors, making and receiving phone
calls are not allowed while on duty except in
cases of Emergency Calls, Cell phones and other
electrical gadgets are not allowed in the clinical
are.
 Students are not allowed to loiter in other
places/areas outside of their area of assignment
by the clinical instructor.
 Smoking is strictly prohibited while on duty within
the hospital premises and Rural Health Units.

IN CLASSROOMS/CORRIDORS

 Comes to class on time, properly prepared for
the lessons of the day.
 Listens with respect and takes down notes.
 Does not leave the classroom except for
urgent reasons.
 Behaves himself during test and examination
by concentrating on his answers, does not
glance on others papers, notes or books or
makes gestures or sounds.
 Participates in the class discussion actively.

 Minimizes noise around the campus and along
the corridors at all times.
 Observe the “Keep Right” rule along the
corridors.
 Does not stay in vacant rooms during class
hours especially during examination periods.
 Does not chew gums inside the campus
especially during class hours.

IN THE LIBRARY

 Deposits his/her bags & belongings in the lockers
or repository cabinets.
 Chooses the book needed and borrows it by
presenting his/her library card.
 Takes a seat and does his/her tasks of
reading/studying or doing his assignments.
 Does not carry loud conversation that can disturb
others.
 Refrains from vandalism such as tearing pages
from the book, destroying chairs, tables
 Returns book on time.

DECORUM IN/OFF CAMPUS

 Maintains cleanliness and orderliness along
the hall, lobby, corridors, and stairways by not
littering or spitting anywhere.
 Keep the school facilities clean.
 Greet school authorities, instructors, parents,
visitors and elders when they meet along the
way.
 Avoid laughing or shouting boisterously

 Take snacks and lunch in the school canteen.
 Attend and participate in school
functions/activities when required
 Uses and keeps comfort rooms properly,
respecting the next user by keeping it clean.
 Observe proper decorum in his/her
relationship with other especially the opposite
sex or the same sex.

DISCIPLINE

Policy
 All students are subjects to school’s existing
policies, rules and regulations. The policy in
discipline, which is vital in every school or
institution, serves as guidelines for every student
to conduct himself/herself properly, and to correct
erring students.
 Disciplinary action should start at the program
level, the disciplinary board and then the
Dean/Administrator.

Offenses
 Offenses are classified into minor and major
offenses:

MAJOR OR SERIOUS
OFFENSES AND
CORRESPONDING SANCTIONS

These activities are subject to immediate suspension,
outright dismissal or expulsion from the college
depending upon evaluation of committee:
 Cheating during examination/evaluations
 Immorality
 Indecent or immoral sexual acts in campus
 Commission of abortion in school
 Insanity after proper medical evaluation
 Falsification of documents / plagiarism
 Forgery of signatures/alteration of documents

 Possession and distribution of pornographic
materials
 Use, possession, distribution of drugs and
alcoholic beverages
 Membership in fraternities or sororities.
 Theft/robbery in campus
 Possession of guns and other deadly weapons
 Gross disrespect, or disobedience or
insubordination to teachers and to others

Due Process

 Before any sanctions may be imposed upon
any student, the right to due process is strictly
exercised. The twin elements of notice &
hearing will be observed

Sanctions

Warning
 A warning is a reminder issued in writing to the
student for activities listed as major/minor offenses;
copy furnished the Adviser / Dean and parents or
guardians. Upon receipt of warning, the student is
expected to impose his/her demeanor.

Suspension
 Major or serious offenses are given the corresponding
sanction or suspension, which requires the student to
leave the school. The duration of suspension is
determined by the nature of the activity listed a major /
serious offense.

Dismissal
 Activities that are considered major or serious
offenses are meted the sanction of outright
dismissal or expulsion from the school. The
dismissal or expulsion order shall be rendered
in writing and all parties concerned furnished a
copy. It shall take effect immediately.

MINOR OR LESS SERIOUS
OFFENSES AND
CORRESPONDING SANCTIONS

These activities are subject to warning probation or
mandatory service to the school:
 Tardiness
 Absences
 Improper or incomplete uniform
 Misuse or tampering of I.D. cards/permits
 Cutting classes
 Minor forms of vandalism

 Causing minor disturbances in the campus
 Acts of bullying
 Malicious name calling
 Inciting fights
 Use of malicious language

GUIDANCE AND DESCIPLINE
COMMITTEE
 Dean
 Academic coordinator
 Clinical coordinator
 Legal counsel
 OSA coordinator
 Guidance Counselor
 Class Adviser
CLUBS/ORGANIZATION OF THE
COLLEGE
 Drug Abuse Prevention & Education Council
Adviser: Mr. Raymund D. Solis
Representative: Jamie Nacar

 Disaster and Risk Reduction Council
Adviser: Mr. Elizalde M. Baldueza
Representative: Ciarra Marie Elijah Ebesate

 Crime Prevention Council
Advisers: Mrs. May R. Nacar/ Mrs. Lenore O.
Medina
Representative: Adrian Cordova


CLUBS/ORGANIZATION OF THE
COLLEGE
 Environmental Council
Advisers: Mrs. Pearl Marie I. de la Cruz
Mrs. Christine R. Eliserio
Representative: Monica Vergara

 Red Cross Youth Council
Adviser: Ms. Ledevi N. Mamagat
Representative: Ryan Sacapano

OFFICE OF THE STUDENT AFFAIRS
(OSA)


 Vision:
It embraces the school’s overall vision of developing health-
related
learners equipped with knowledge and skills required of their
profession and to enhance their innate potentials in all
fields of human endeavors.

 Mission:
The Office of the Student Affairs is aimed towards development
of a well-rounded individual imbued with Christian values
and involved in community affairs.






OFFICE OF THE STUDENT AFFAIRS
(OSA)
Objectives:
 The Office of Student Affairs ensures that the
objectives of the various organizations are realized
and in accordance with the vision, mission,
objectives and policy of Saint Gabriel College.
 To serve as an advocate, integrator, resource, and
vehicle of different support for students.
 Encourage students’ involvement in both curricular
and co-curricular activities, and initiate activities for
students.
 To organize leadership and training programs to
promote developmental leadership and managerial
qualities, develop self-confidence, discover their
strengths and weaknesses so that they may
become productive individuals.
 To establish a dynamic and person-oriented
Guidance Services and programs focusing on
students’ needs and concerns to improve their
quality of life.
 Engage students in activities that promote
mental, physical, social, spiritual and
emotional well-being.
 Promote students to participate in Student
Affairs Programs to be active, articulate and
apply practices to promote personal and
community health and safety.

Services:

a. Supreme Student Council
b. Library
c. Medical and Dental Services
d. Guidance and Counseling
e. Canteen
f. Alumni
OFFICE OF THE STUDENT
SUPREME COUNCIL MR. DON
AMIEL ROGAN

Library
MRS. CHERYL TUMBOKON



Medical and Dental Services
DR. ATHENA C. MAGDAMIT/ DR. NELIA
CAHILIG
Guidance and Counseling
MRS. MARIA LENNETH T. ELY
Canteen
MRS. SALLY F. PELAYO
Alumni
MRS. ERNILYN R. REUNIR
SAINT GABRIEL COLLEGE
ALUMNI WORLDWIDE……
SINCE 1970



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