Proclamation of UPCEd SC Councilors for AY 2017-2018

After further deliberation and consultation with the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, the UPCEd CSEB, in a meeting held on 18 April 2017, resolved to proclaim the following as UPCESC Councilors for AY 2017-2018:

  • ABDULMAULA, Normeliza
  • CACAL, John Prince
  • CAMARILLO, Adrian Grant
  • GINES, Mary Althea Dianne
  • OCAMPO, Maria Ysabella
  • ROYULADA, Mia Angela
  • SANDRINO, Marie Therese

The UPCEd CSEB initially announced the holding of a special election on 27 April 2017 on account of the above-mentioned candidates being unable to secure a vote of confidence (50% + 1 of the total number of students who voted).  In light of an appeal emanating from the Student Alliance for the Advancement of Democratic Rights in UP (STAND UP), the Board consulted with the Office of the Vice Chancellor which released the attached official communication stating “that the said plan is no longer necessary” due to the two reasons specified therein. To fill the two (2) other available councilor slots, the College Board of Representatives will convene to discuss and agree on the mechanics to be adopted.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.


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SET Answering Schedule for the 2nd Semester AY 2016-2017

All enrolled students are enjoined to complete the Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) for the 2nd semester AY 2016-2017. The SET Answering will start on 24 April 2017 (Monday) and will end on 15 May 2017 (Monday). This schedule applies to all units except the MBA and MS Finance programs of the Virata School of Business, the MM Program of UPDEPP, the Spring-ASIA program of the School of Urban and Regional Planning, and the College of Law.

Students (especially new students who were admitted to UP only this semester) can accomplish the SET by logging into their CRS accounts and clicking on the “SET Answering Module.”  A student who fails to accomplish the SET may lose pre-enlistment privileges or be assigned a low batch run priority.

Remitly Scholarship for Undergraduate Students

Remitly is now accepting applications for scholarships for undergraduate students. Current scholars are welcome to reapply. The deadline for applications is extended until April 20, 2017.

Interested applicants should send application letter to Ms Vanessa Bicomong

For more information, please visit



CALL FOR APPLICATION: Assistant or Associate Professor of Language Education

The Faculty of the UP Diliman College of Education seeks two full time assistant/associate professors of Language Education.

POSITION: Assistant or Associate Professor of Language Education

DIVISION: Division of Curriculum and Instruction

INSTITUTION: College of Education, University of the Philippines Diliman

APPLICATION PERIOD: 5 March to 15 April 2017

START OF TEACHING: August 2017, First Semester AY 2017-2018

EDL Area Call for Application 6Mar2017PDF version of call may be downloaded here: EDL Area Call for Application 6Mar2017.

Change in Late Payment Cycles

Per Memorandum No. MRC 2017-03, please be informed of the change in the payment cycle of students who, in exceptional cases, request for late payment beyond announced deadlines for registration. These appeals will be processed in only two (2) batches during the semester:

  • Cycle 1: one (1) week before the Mid semester
  • Cycle 2: three (3) days before the week for deadline for filing of LOA

For this Second Semester 2016-2017, the payment schedule is as follows:

  • Cycle 1: 06 March to 13 March 2017
  • Cycle 2: 19 April to 28 April 2017

The Cashier’s Office will receive late payments during these dates.

Thank you.

For your guidance





Scholarships for Math and Science Education Students

Scholarships available for Math and Science Education students:

1) LEMEA Scholarship (PhP5,000/sem)
For: BEED (Math or Science & Health)
BSE (Math, Biology, Chemistry,Physics)

2) DOST Scholarship (PhP 25,000/ month + Book Allowance + Dissertation Allowance)
For: PhD ( Math, Biology, Chemistry,Physics)

For inquiries contact Dr. Nympha Joaquin at 0917 620 434.

Statement from Concerned UP College of Education Faculty Re: SC Decision on Marcos Burial at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani

November 9, 2016

We, members of the UP College of Education faculty, express our deepest dismay and concern over the Supreme Court’s decision allowing the interment of the remains of the dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB).

Burying a tyrant alongside our fallen heroes is an affront to our collective history as a nation. It is an assault on the dignity of the millions of Filipinos who suffered under martial rule.

We do our students a great disservice should we choose to stay silent and accept a decision that effectively devalues the atrocities of the Marcos regime and distorts the definition of “heroism”.

We, therefore, stand with the five dissenting SC justices: Chief Justice Sereno, Justice Leonen, Justice Carpio, Justice Jardeleza, and Justice Caguioa. With them, we stand against impunity and the deliberate attempt to revise our history. We continuously strive to make the abuses and injustices of the Marcos dictatorship forever remembered and never forgotten nor repeated.


Dean Marie Therese A.P. Bustos

Abaya, Eufracio C.
Alcazar, Marie Yvette C.
Almazan, Romina B.
Arzadon, Maria Mercedes E.
Calingasan, Lorina, Y.
Canuto, Abigail Thea O.
Cauyan, Jaclyn Marie L.
Diaz, Leonor E.
Duka-Pante, Francis Grace H.
Echavia, Darlene D.
Gomez, Marie Grace A.
Javiniar, Joel C.
Joaquin, Nympha B.
Lucman, Sharehann T.
Magtoto, Frances Olivia M.
Metila, Romylyn A.
Muega, Michael Arthus G.
Nava, Fe Josefa G.
Olegario, Lizamarie C.
Paderna, Edwehna Elinore S.
Pedrajita, Jose Q.
Preclaro-Ongtengco, Maria Hazelle R.
Que, Elenita N.
Reoperez, Marie Grace C.
Salvador, Ana Maria Margarita S.
Tantengco, Myra T.
Yangco, Rosanelia, T.
Zamora, Maria Cecilia V.

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