Office of the Student Affairs

Dr. Ely Ciasico - Director
Adelaida T. Tabud - Coordinator, Ancillary Service, Scholarship and Financial Assistance
Karel Joy E. Villariza, RPm - University Psychometrician
Analyn G. Casaria - Project Technical Staff, TES
Sarah Joy A. Carcillar - Project Technical Staff, TES

There shall be an Office of the Student Affairs and Services who is responsible for the development and implementation of various student-centered programs, services and activities in support of academic pursuits intended to facilitate holistic and well-rounded student development for active involvement as future responsible citizens and leaders.

Goal: Driven by the desire to promote the well being of the students, the office fosters a nurturing environment where academic excellence and values development is the primary concern.

Objectives of the Office of the Student Affairs and Services:

  1. Ensure objectivity and proper balance between the rights of ISAT U as an institution of higher learning and the student’s rights;
  1. Provide opportunities to successively apply life skills in the students’ various learning experiences in the University;
  1. Provide opportunity for the delivery of quality and efficient services by the Office of Student Affairs and Services to the students of ISAT U;
  1. Properly monitor and supervise all registered and recognized student clubs, organizations and interest groups.
  1. Provide opportunities for students ‘involvement in the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, fostering optimum social growth, accommodating individual differences and responding to their psycho-social needs;
  1. Ensure that the Student Affairs and Services comply with the minimum requirements set by CMO No. 9, s.2013 in consonance with the holistic approach of ISAT U in fulfilling its vision of as a leading science and   technology university in Southeast Asia by 2030.


Ancillary Service. The University shall have an office to cater to other services such as :

  1. Identification Card. (ID) all students are required to display their Identification Cards while inside the school premises. No student is allowed to enter the University premises without their ID card properly validated for the current semester. Rules and regulations pertaining to the proper use of University ID has been set forth and violation has to be treated in accordance with the Rules of Conduct and Discipline.
  1. School Uniform. Students are required to be in their prescribed uniforms during Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  Wednesday is a “WASH DAY”; and students should wear appropriate clothes in accordance with Office Order No. 163, s.2018.  Students shall wear their shop, P.E. and Laboratory Clothes during their shop, PE and laboratory classes only.
  1. Student group Insurance. The University provides an Accident Insurance to all students enrolled during the Academic Year.  Any student who meets an accident during the affectivity of the one-year insurance plan will be paid the corresponding benefits in accordance with the schedule set forth in the insurance policy contract between the University and the Insurance Company.
  1. Student Mails.  Students can address their mails to the Iloilo Science and Technology University especially if the mails are official in nature. Mails can be claimed at the Office of the Student Affairs and Services during office hours upon presentation of their duly validated ID cards.

Scholarships and Financial Assistance. There shall be student scholarship and financial assistance program in various forms and accessible modalities available to students with appropriate screening and monitoring procedures, and guidelines understood by applicants and recipients.  These are classified into:

Merit Scholarship. A competitive type of scholarship given to poor but deserving students.  The recipient shall maintain a grade point average of 2.0 with no grade lower than 2.5 in all subjects enrolled during the term.

Financial Assistance. This is given to students in good standing.

Student Loan is a financial assistance given to third year and fourth year and graduating students to support their projects, or thesis completion.  The loan is payable two (2) to five (5) years after graduation.

Other Forms of Financial Assistance. These are loans granted to students in times of emergency. This is available to undergraduate and post baccalaureate students who are enrolled in diploma courses


List of Scholarship and  Financial Assistance

No. Scholarship Program Type Benefactor
1 Buenavista Municipal Scholarship Program (BMSP) Government Municipality of Buenavista
2 CHED Full Merit Scholarship Program Government Commission on Higher Ed.
3 CHED Half Merit Scholarship Program Government CHED
4 CHED Tulong Dunong Grant-in-Aid Regular Government CHED
5 Cosmic Technologist, Inc.Scholarship Program Private MSN Foundation, Inc.
6 Department of Science & Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI)Scholarship Program Government DOST
8 Dr. Raul F. Muyong Scholarship Program Private Dr. Raul F. Muyong
9. Dr. Victoria G. Baldovia Scholarship Program Private Dr. Victoria G. Baldovia
10 Expanded Student’s Grant –in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGP-PA) Government DBM
11 Free tuition 2017 (RA 10931) Government CHED/ UniFAST
12 GSIS Scholarship Program Government GSIS
13 Gado and Jessie Jalandoni Scholarship Private Assisi Foundation
14 Guam Alumni Scholarship Program Private ISAT U Alumni Association – Guam Chapter
15 ISAT U College Department PTA Scholarship Program Private ISAT U College Community Parents Teachers Asso.
16 ISAT U Multi- Purpose Cooperative Private ISAT U Multi-Purpose Cooperative
17 Iskolar ng Bayan Program Government CHED
18 Iskolar ng Iloilo Program Government Iloilo Provincial Government
19 Jardeleza-Jits Foundation, Inc. Private Engr. Nemesio P. Jardeleza
20 Jordan Municipal Scholarship Government LGU, Jordan Guimaras
21 Jose Jon Tiamsuy Foundation, Inc. Private Jose Jun Tiamsuy
22 Life Bank Private Life Bank Foundation, Inc.
23 Provincial Educational Assistance for Indigenous People/Indigenous People/Indigenous Cultural Communities


Iloilo Provincial Government

24 Scholarship Program for Persons with Disabilities Government Iloilo Provincial Government
26 SGP PAMANA Partylist Government CHED
27 SPC Island Power Corporation Private SPC Island Power Corporation
28 St. Elizabeth Community Development Scholarship Program Private Mrs. Luzviminda B. Coronado
29 SUC Tulong Dunong (Abang Lingkod) Government Abang-Lingkod Party List-CHED
30 UCPB-CIIF Foundation , Inc.(Coco Foundation ) Scholarship Program Private . UCPB-CIIF Foundation, Inc
31 Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation, Inc. Scholarship Program Private Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation, Inc.
32 Varsity Government ISAT U

Student Housing and Residential Services.

The University shall provide assistance to all students to have access to dormitories and housing facilities, including accredited private boarding houses, that are safe, clean, affordable and conducive to learning.

CCPTA Inc. Dormitory – Female Dormitory

Alumni Dormitory – Male Dormitory