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Csg mid year report

  1. 1. Xavier University Central Student Government<br />Mid Year Progress Report <br />
  2. 2. The ImpactAreas <br />Academic Development <br />Engaged Citizenship <br />Students’ Rights <br />Student Sectors Engagement <br />Student <br />Services Development <br />Community <br />and Leadership Engagement <br />
  3. 3. Major Policy Initiative Passed <br />
  4. 4. Policy engagements <br />
  5. 5. to protect and advance the student’s right to quality Ignatian education through an active participation in methodology development, academic policy making and enhancement of support initiatives. <br />Academic Development<br />Department of Academic Affairs <br /><ul><li>800+ students participated in tutorials
  6. 6. Unprecedented increase of subjects offered
  7. 7. Php 45,000+ Book Sales
  8. 8. Facilitated 2 University Wide Quiz bowls
  9. 9. Course Outline AC Resolution
  10. 10. Prompt Return of Quizzes AC Resolution
  11. 11. Improved scholarship information
  12. 12. Integration of Scholars’ return service in the tutorial program
  13. 13. The Students’ Choice Award
  14. 14. Synergy Program to fund at least 5 co-cur organizations
  15. 15. Service Learning Engagement </li></li></ul><li>Student <br />Services Development<br />Department of Student Services and Welfare <br />to provide basic student services that address the students’ needs through direct assistance and welfare programs and feedback the quality of school facilities to the administration.<br /><ul><li>20% of proceeds goes to Mother Theresa Apostolate Fund
  16. 16. Opened the wellness program to students
  17. 17. Greater student interaction in the service center
  18. 18. Provide cheaper school supplies
  19. 19. Creation of the Pag-Ambit XU Students’ Scholarship Fund
  20. 20. Expand Center Services that includes book rentals </li></li></ul><li>Engaged Citizenship<br />Department of Mission and Social Action <br />to strengthen and open opportunities for student socio-political engagement that contributes to the transformation of Mindanao and the rest of the country through political education, environment stewardship and community development.<br /><ul><li>Styrofoam is now banned in the canteen (Buklod)
  21. 21. Mobilized around 80 students for the Nation and Barangay registration ,education and election
  22. 22. Instrumental in the implementation of the Solid Waste Management Program
  23. 23. Xavier Politika (40% plus turn out)
  24. 24. House Build in Habitat for Humanity
  25. 25. Solid Waste Management Awareness Drive </li></li></ul><li>Community and <br />Leadership Engagement<br />Department of Interior and Networking <br />to nurture and support student organizational development and enhance student leadership opportunities through strategic linkages, organizational support, and skill and knowledge enhancement initiatives. <br /><ul><li>Supported 3 community projects under the Magis Grant Program
  26. 26. Convened the ONE-CdeO
  27. 27. Started The X-SOS enrolment
  28. 28. Linked extra-curricular organizations to fund raising opportunities
  29. 29. XU Talipapa 2010
  30. 30. Xavier Days 2010
  31. 31. Operation of the Student run Ateneo Cafte</li></li></ul><li>Student Sectors <br />Engagement <br />FAIRNESS. ACCOUNTABILTY.<br />TRANSPARENCY.<br />Forwarded to the DSA An act creating the “vandalism act of 2010” and the revised SA Policy (Buklod) <br />Monthly students’ consultation<br />Student assistant convention<br />Magna Carta Revision Review (Buklod)<br />Block Representative Experiment (Buklod)<br />
  32. 32. To create an efficient grievance/complaint system<br />Students’ Rights <br /><ul><li>Facilitatedthe new complaint system of the DSA
  33. 33. Considerable increase of complaint filed </li></ul>Case Description<br />University Wide: 7Class: 6Individual: 6Orgs, councils or groups: 3Grave: 3Total: 25 cases<br /> 17 cases closed<br />  5 on going cases3 pending casesA total of 25 cases<br />Forum with Administration <br />
  34. 34. XU - CSG Best Practices <br />Executive Branch Reform <br />Transparency<br />Policy of engagement with the community and administration <br />
  35. 35. CSG-Council Mental Barrier<br />Tradition v.s. relevance <br />Reform with no IRR yet<br />Weaknesses <br />
  36. 36. 68% cases resolved <br />In Sum<br />
  37. 37. “Your Voice. Your Government.”<br />“ From a mindset that focuses on short-term and event-based victories, we are slowly transforming in to a government that governs, that focuses on issues and policy engagements, student services, programs, and formation.” <br /> 2010 Inaugural Address <br />

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