St. Paul University Philippines

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Student Affairs

The office is responsible for the planning, management and implementation of student development program as well as co and extra-curricular activities in the University. It is also the primary office committed to the maintenance of discipline and decorum among the students within the campus and in the conduct of school-related activities.

Moreover, the office is tasked to supervise students’ clubs and organizations whether they are Institutional Clubs, Academic Clubs or Interest Clubs in coordination with their respective faculty-advisers.

  1. Institutional Clubs are student groups for the service of the University that are directly under the Office of the President and Vice Presidents.
    • The Paulinian Student Government
    • The Paulinian Staff
    • Paulinian Volunteers for Community Development
    • Public Relations Unit
    • International Students Association
    • University Chorale
  2. Academic Clubs are organized under the Academic Deans in the pursuit of enhancement of the knowledge and skills of students along their specialization. These clubs maybe mandatory for particular group of students, as per their course of study, or not depending upon what appears in the constitution and By-Laws of such clubs.
    • School of Arts, Sciences and Teacher Education (SASTE)
      • Biology Majors’ Club (BMC)
      • Junior Psychological Society (JPS)
      • Junior Social Work Association of the Philippines (JSWAP)
      • Public Administration and Legal Management-LEGIS Club
      • Eureka Club
      • Mentoring Association of Education Students In-Touch for Real Opportunities (MAESTRO)
      • Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health Club (MAPEH Club)
      • Samahan ng mga Nagpapakadalubhasa Sa Araling Panlipunan (SNAP)
      • Society of Pens, Enthusiasts, and Knowledgeable Speakers Club (SPEAKS)
    • School of Business, Accountancy and Hospitality Management (SBAHM)
      • Paulinian Hoteliers, Restaurateurs and Tourism Society (PHRTS)
      • Business Management Association of the Philippines (BMAP)
      • Young Entrepreneurs Society (YES)
      • Society of Young Management Accountants (SYMA)
      • Junior Finance Executive (JFINEX)
      • Junior Marketing Association of the Philippines (JMAP)
      • Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA)
    • School of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE)
      • Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS)
      • Paulinian Society of Engineering Students (PSES)
      • Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE)
      • Philippine Society of Environmental and Sanitary Engineers (PSENSE)
      • Institute of Computer Engineers of the Philippines (ICEP)
    • School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences (SNAHS)
      • Paulinian Nurses Students Organization (PNSO)
      • Junior Chapter of the Philippine Pharmacists Association (JCPPH)
      • Society of Junior Clinical Laboratory Scientists (SJCLS)
  3. Interest Clubs are formed to enhance the skills of student-members in such functions as deemed necessary by these organizations. Membership to these clubs is optional.
    • Language Club
    • Nightingale Club
    • Red Cross Youth
    • Koryo ng Kabataan
    • Youth Medium of Arts
    • Trigo
    • Sining, Musika’t Sayawan
    • Center for Multimedia Artistry

 

 

 

Contact Information

Ms. Alma Quinagoran
Adviser, Paulinian Student Government
Office of Student Affairs
St. Paul University Philippines
Mabini Street, Tuguegarao City, 3500
Cagayan, Philippines
Telephone Number: (078) 396-1987 to 1997
E-mail: aquinagoran@spup.edu.ph/osa@spup.edu.ph

 

 
 

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