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  1. 1. Commission on Higher Education OFFICE OF STUDENT SERVICES STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS (StuFAPs) (CMO No. 56, s. 2012) 3rd Floor HEDC Bldg., C.P. Garcia Avenue, Diliman, Q.C. Tel. No. 385-4388 TeleFax No. 441-1220 Trunkline Nos: 441-1149, 441-1258, 441-0927 local 110, 175, 179, 180, 181, 183, 184 Email address: oss@ched.gov.ph Office of Student Services STUDY GRANT DIVISION Education Accessible to All CHED REGIONAL OFFICES CHEDRO 1 CHEDRO 8 Dr. Caridad O. Abuan, Director IV Government Center, Sevilla, City of San Fernando, La Union TelNo +63(072)242-0238/5017; 700-2569 TeleFax +63(02)242-2750 Dr. Libertad P. Garcia, Acting Director, Office of the Director IV Cor. Real Street and Calanipawan Road, Sagkahan, Tacloban City TelNo +63(053)523-7437 TeleFax +63(053)523-4034 CHEDRO 2 CHEDRO 9 Dr. Evelyn L. Pascua, Director IV Regional Dev’t Center, Carig, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan TelNo +63(078)844-4872; 846-3635 TeleFax +63(078)846-4887 Dr. Emmylou B. Yanga, Director IV Polytechnic Compound, Baliwasan Chico, Zamboanga City TelNo +63(062)991-7648; 991-8974, 991-7080 FaxNo +63(062)991-7649 CHEDRO 3 CHEDRO 10 Dr. Virginia D. Akiate, Director IV Regional Dev’t Center, Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga TelNo +63(045)455-1662; 436-1846 to 47 Dr. Zenaida G. Gersana, Director IV Archbishop Hayes St., Cagayan de Oro City (Beside Xavier University) TelNo +63(08822)71-1231; TeleFax +63(08822)72-4180 CHEDRO 4A CHEDRO 11 Dr. Leonida S. Calagui, Director IV 2nd Floor, HEDC Bldg., CP Garcia Ave, Diliman, QC TelNo +63(02)332-4734; 332-3943 Trunkline: +63(02)441-1149; 441-1258; 441-0927 LocalNos 106; 137; 140 Dr. Raul C. Alvarez, Jr., Acting Director IV Loyola St. Obrero, Davao City TelNo +63(082)295-3418 local 108 CHEDRO 4B CHEDRO 12 Dr. Teoticia C. Taguibao, OIC-Office of the Director IV 2nd Floor, HEDC Bldg., CP Garcia Ave, Diliman, QC TelNo +63(02)386-4781 Trunkline: +63(02)441-1149; 441-1258; 441-0927 LocalNos 143; 138 Dr. Maximo C. Aljibe, Director IV Carpenter Hills, Koronadal City TeleFax +63(083)520-1011 CHEDRO 5 CHED National Capital Region Dr. Freddie T. Bernal, Director IV CHEDRO Bldg, EMS Barrio South, Brgy2, Legaspi City TelNo +63(052)481-5096; 820-4813 FaxNo +63(052)481-5095 Dr. Catherine Q. Castañeda, Director IV 2nd Floor, HEDC Bldg., CP Garcia Ave, Diliman, QC TelNo +63(02)468-0213; 441-1224 / 0453; 441-0879 / 0985 Trunkline: +63(02)441-1149; 441-1258; 441-0927 LocalNos 161; 133; 132; 131; 128 CHEDRO 6 CHED Cordillera Administrative Region Dr. Virginia P. Resurreccion, Director IV 12 Washington St., Jaro, Iloilo TelNo +63(033)508-8852 TeleFax +63(033)320-6976; 329-5955 Ms. Luisa S. Valencia, OIC-Office of the Director IV BSU Compound, La Trinidad, Benguet TelNo +63(074)422-2415,FaxNo +63(074)422-2418 CHEDRO 7 CHEDRO CARAGA Dr. Amelia A. Biglete, Director IV National Government Center, Sudlon, Lahug, Cebu City TelNo +63(032)414-9194 to 95 Dr. Isabela L. Mahler, Director IV CSU, Ampayon, Butuan City TelNo +63(085)342-5253; 815-2429 TeleFax +63(085)815-0831 CHED ARMM Dr. Norma M. Sharief, Regional Chairman 2/F DILG 12 Bldg., ARMM Compound, Cotabato City TelNo +63(064)421-9575 NENA B. ASINGJO, Ph.D. Chief Education Program Specialist CYNTHIA Q. HERNANDEZ, M.M. Supervising Education Program Specialist ISABEL F. INLAYO, CESO III Director IV DONALD I. BUENA AGUA Education Program Specialist I YOURI C. SAN JOSE Education Program Specialist I ESTRELLITA C. GUIANG Administrative Assistant III DENNIS DON E. LAWIS Data Controller GRACE P. PEDRAJAS, M.M. Senior Education Program Specialist YVONE L. DE VERA, MBA Senior Education Program Specialist CHRISTIAN M. ALBERTO, M.M. Senior Education Program Specialist ROGELIO M. MORENO Education Program Specialist II MARIA CHRISTINA G. SIMBULAN, M.M. Education Program Specialist II ELIZABETH L. MAGLANOC Education Program Specialist II
  2. 2. Revised Implementing Guidelines for the Student Financial Assistance Programs (StuFAPs) of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 1) Must be a Filipino citizen of good moral character. 2) Must not be more than 30 years of age at the time of application except for senior citizens. 3) Must be a high school graduate or a candidate for graduation. 4) Must have a combined annual gross income of parents/guardian not to exceed Three Hundred Thousand Pesos (PhP300,000.00). 5) Must not be a recipient of any government scholarship and financial assistance. APPLICATION PROCEDURES & DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS The student applicants for the scholarship programs, SNPLP and all other Grants-in-Aid programs except CSSGP, DCP and OPAPP-CHED Study Grant Program, submit to CHED Regional Office concerned the accomplished CHED StuFAPs Application Form (OSS Form 1) with the following documentary requirements for evaluation purposes: 1. Accomplished StuFAPs Application OSS Form 1; 2. Duly certified High School Report Card for third year and grades for the first three grading periods for fourth year; 3. Latest Income Tax Return (ITR), Certificate of Tax Exemption or Copy of Contract or proof of income of parents/guardian from BIR; 4. Certificate of good moral character from the high school principal/guidance counselor. In the case of student applicants for the following StuFAPs, they shall apply directly to the office/agency concerned: •DCP Department of National Defense •OPAPP-CHED Study Grant Program  Office of Presidential Adviser on Peace Process •CSSGPCD  House of Representatives •CSSGP  Office of the Senate SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS FULL MERIT (FS). This refers to the State Scholarship Program (SSP) intended for graduating high school students whose general weighted average (GWA) is at least 90% in the third year and at least 90% in the first three grading periods of the fourth year. They are to enroll either in public or private HEIs. (Php30,000.00) HALF MERIT (HS). This refers to the Private Education Student Financial Assistance (PESFA) intended for graduating high school students whose GWA is at least 85% in the third year and at least 85% in the first three grading periods of the fourth year. They are to enroll in degree programs in private HEIs. (Php15,000.00) The above scholarship programs can also be availed by students belonging to the following: persons with disabilities (PWDs), solo parents and their dependents, members of cultural minority, members of the hill tribe and senior citizens, if qualified. STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM STUDY-NOW-PAY-LATER-PLAN (SNPLP). This educational loan is intended to provide financial assistance to deserving students who are enrolled or to enroll in a degree program at any curriculum year level in private HEIs. The revised guidelines pertaining thereto are contained in existing CHED Memorandum Order. (Php15,000.00) GRANT-IN-AID PROGRAMS TULONG DUNONG (TD). This is intended for graduating high school students whose GWA is at least 80% in the third year and at least 80% in the first three grading periods of the fourth year. This program can be availed by students belonging to the following: persons with disabilities (PWDs), solo parents and their dependents, members of cultural minority, members of the hill tribe and senior citizens, if qualified. (Php12,000.00) DND-CHED-PASUC STUDY GRANT (DCP). This is intended for qualified dependents of military personnel of the Armed Forces of the Philippines who were killed in action, discharged due to complete disability combat related and those who are in active service subject to admission requirements of accepting State Universities and Colleges (SUCs). The specific guidelines pertaining thereto are contained in the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Department of National Defense (DND) – CHED – Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC). (Php5,000.00) OPAPP-CHED Study Grant Program. This is intended for authenticated or amnestied former rebel and individual members of groups with existing peace agreements with the government or their next of kin who cannot afford to study in college due to financial constraints. Only one slot can be availed by the qualified former rebel or his/her designated qualified next of kin beneficiary. The specific guidelines pertaining thereto are contained in the Joint Memorandum Circular of CHED and The Office of Presidential Adviser on Peace Process (OPAPP). (Php10,000.00) CHED SPECIAL STUDY GRANT PROGRAM FOR CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS (CSSGPCD). This is intended for poor and deserving students from the different Congressional Districts and those recommended by Party Lists. They are to enroll in degree programs at any curriculum year level, preferably in public HEIs. (Php5,000.00) CHED SENATE STUDY GRANT PROGRAM (CSSGP). This is intended for poor and deserving students selected by the Office of the Senators. They are to enroll in degree programs at any curriculum year level, preferably in public HEIs. (Php5,000.00) In consonance with the mandate of the Commission on Higher Education as provided for in Article XIV, Section 1 of the Philippine Constitution “to protect and promote the right of all citizens to quality education at all levels and shall take appropriate steps to make such education accessible to all” and Article XIV, section 2(3) “to establish and maintain a system of scholarship grants, student loan programs, subsidies, and other incentives which shall be available to deserving students in both public and private schools, especially to the underprivileged”, the Commission en Banc approved the Revised Implementing Guidelines for the CHED Student Financial Assistance Programs (StuFAPs) by virtue of Resolution No. 638-2012 dated December 19, 2012. OBJECTIVES The general objective of the revised guidelines is to rationalize the administration and implementation of CHED Student Financial Assistance Programs (StuFAPs). Specifically, it aims to: 1. Select the poor and deserving scholars/grantees; 2. Ensure that the scholars/grantees are enrolled in duly authorized higher education institutions (HEIs) and in identified priority programs; and 3. Ascertain that the StuFAPs are properly administered and implemented. COVERAGE The revised guidelines shall apply to the following programs: Scholars and grantees shall observe the following rules: a. Enroll in duly authorized HEIs and in identified priority programs; b. Maintain a GWA of 2.5. B or 80% for scholars and passing grade for grantees; c. Carry a full semester load and finish within the normal duration of the course or curricular program; d. Transfer only in duly authorized HEIs and identified priority programs upon approval of concerned CHED Regional Office; e. Allow to defer enrolment during the semester for meritorious reasons for not more than one academic year in the whole duration of the academic program; and f. Shall render at least two (2) years return service within the Philippines after graduation for Full Merit scholars and one (1) year for Half Merit scholars. RULES TO BE OBSERVED BY SCHOLARS &GRANTEES

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