Student Affairs and Services

Brief Description

The Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS) aims to mold globally competent and value-laden citizens by striving to enrich students through a holistic approach in providing Student Welfare and Development Programs and Services in consonance with the vision, mission, goals and objectives of Batangas State University and the mandates of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). These basic services and programs   ensure and promote student well-being and are designed to explore, enhance and     develop the student’s full    potential in leadership and social responsibility through various institutional and student–initiated activities that upholds the core values of the university. 

Thrusts & Priorities

The OSAS are the services and programs in the university that are concerned with academic support experiences of students to attain holistic student development. The purpose is to facilitate holistic student growth for active participation in the       collective efforts to develop the community and build a progressive nation. These non-academic services are student-centered and three-pronged:  student welfare services, student development programs and services and institutional student programs and services. 

Contact Details 

Telephone: (043) 980-0385 loc. 1134
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In accordance with CHED Memorandum Order No. 09, s. 2013 (Enhanced Policies and Guidelines on Student Affairs and Services) and DEPED Order No.: 8 Series 2007 (Revised Implementing Guidelines On The Operation And Management Of School Canteens In Public Elementary And Secondary Schools), the following guidelines for the Food Services in Batangas State University are hereby adopted for the information, guidance and compliance of all concerned.


  • Monitors the food safety, hygiene and sanitation of all food business operations in the respective campus, makes spot checks and calls the attention of the staff for noted deviations from the policies and procedures of the university.
  • Participates in evaluating canteen tenant applicants based on the set criteria and in the committee’s recommendation to the University President for approval.
  • Assists in providing recommendations or actions on any customers’ issues and concerns with regard to canteen services

Contact Details
Telephone no. (043) 980-0385 loc. 1134
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The Office of Guidance and Counseling (OGC) is one of the service offices of this University, which extends assistance & guidance to students pertaining to problems in academics and career options, personal problems which concern his/her personality, family problems that affects his/her own peers, their teachers and other individuals, problems with school personnel, psychological problems, educational and career guidance/placement needs. They are unique individuals, who has rights to discover their innate potentials to understand, accept & direct himself/herself towards self-actualization.

The OGC assists in the total growth and development of the students through the various services of the office that assists them in establishing their educational goals, developing a career direction and making personal adjustments to get the most from their student experience. All the services offered by the office are geared towards the attainment of the Batangas State University’s mission and vision.

Guidance and Counseling Services Namely: 

  1. Individual Inventory/Analysis
  2. Referral
  3. Counseling
  4. Consultation

Guidance and Counseling Services Available On – Line:

  1. Request for Certificate of Good Moral Character
  2. Counseling
  3. Referral
  4. Consultation

Contact Details
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The Job Placement Office is intended to facilitate Batangas State University graduates (Red Spartans) in searching for a job that matches their skills and qualifications. 

To carry out full employment and equality of employment opportunities for all, and for this purpose, to strengthen and expand the existing employment facilitation service machinery of the government particularly at the local levels there shall be established in all capital towns of provinces, key cities, and other strategic areas a Public Employment Service Office, Hereinafter referred to as PESO, which shall be community-based and maintained largely by local government units (LGUs) and a number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) or community-based organizations (CBOs) and STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (SUCs).

Batangas State University signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) – Regional Office IV-A last June 11, 2013 committing its staff and facilities for the establishment, organization and operation of a University-Based Public Employment Service Office. The said MOA remain in full force and effect until revoked or terminated by both parties in writing.

Services provided:

  • Conduct of Career Talk
  • Conduct of Exclusive Job Fair
  • Facebook Job Posting

Contact Details

Mobile: 0998-993-6944
Email Address:
Official Facebook Page:


Pursuant to Section 30 Article IX CHED Memorandum Order No. 09 Series 2013 9 Enhanced Policies and Procedures on  Student Affairs and Services) and in adherence to Section 5 Articles  III 1987 Philippine Constitution, the BatStateU Office of Multi-Faith Services ensures that the students’ right to freedom of religion is respected.  

The University ensures that the right of religion is respected. It is the policy of the      University to provide an environment conducive to free expression of one’s religious orientation in accordance with institutional principles and policies. The University provides mechanism for the use of facilities for Multi-faith activities. 

Contact Details 
Telephone: (043) 980-0385 loc. 1134

Brief Description

The National Service Training Program Office (NSTP Office) is the University unit that manages the implementation of the service training mandated under Republic Act No. 9163 (otherwise known as the NSTP Act of 2001) which provides that all tertiary level students taking baccalaureate or vocational courses must take one of the three components of this service training program, namely, Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS) and Literacy Training Service (LTS).

Committed to provide relevant service training for students, the office oversees military and community-based activities that instills values for development through the 307th NROTC Unit in Gov. Pablo Borbon Campus 1 and Gov. Pablo Borbon Campus 2, Rosario and Malvar and the 401st ROTC Unit in ARASOF-Nasugbu and Balayan Campuses, as well as CWTS and LTS programs in all campuses of the University.

Directly supervised by the VPAA, under OSAS the NSTP Office is headed by the Asst. Director assisted by Heads of campuses and/or coordinators.

Functions, Duties and Responsibilities

The General Functions of the Office include:

  1. implementation of the mandates of RA 9163, specifically enhancing civic consciousness and defense preparedness in the youth by developing the ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of the three (3) program components (ROTC, CWTS and LTS) specially designed to enhance the youth’s active contribution to general welfare;
  2. promoting civic consciousness and develop students’ physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual and social well-being;
  3. inculcate the ideals of patriotism, nationalism, and advance students’ involvement in public and civic affairs; and
  4. motivate, train, organize and involve the students in military, literacy, civic welfare programs, and other similar endeavors in the service of the nation

The Duties and Responsibilities include:

  1. academic supervision over the design, formulation, adoption and implementation of program of instruction of NSTP components;
  2. support to University’s involvement in socio-civic and community affairs;


Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives

  1. Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS) / Literacy Training Service (LTS)


To conduct enhancement for civic welfare services geared towards strengthening the values, and traits of the youth, develop social entrepreneurs, volunteers, and socio-economic mobilizing force, serving communities as value-driven innovators for progress and development while working closely with a network of organizations within and outside the higher educational institution.


Recovery of the youth’s sense of patriotism and national pride, values and habits of discipline and hard work, integrity and accountability for nation building, volunteer in the enhancement of valuable and effective members of the National Service Corps of the Civic Welfare Training Service.


To promote and integrate values education, transformational leadership and sustainable social mobilization for youth development, community building, national renewal and global solidarity.


  1. To promote and protect the physical, mental, spiritual, intellectual and social well-being of the youth.
  2. To inculcate patriotism and nationalism in the youth.
  3. To encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs.
  4. To identify their role as change agents in the community.
  5. To prepare and implement projects that will answer specific needs of the society.


  1. We are guided by our commitment to:
  2. Love God
  3. Human Dignity
  4. Truth, goodness and social responsibility
  5. Innovation and creativity
  6. Synergy and professionalism
  7. Protection of the environment
  8. Indigenous learning and conservation
  9. Quality service delivery

We Develop…

  1. Volunteers, virtuous social entrepreneurs who are result-oriented individual with strong values to contribute national peace, development and security;
  2. Individuals, organizations institutions committed to serving people for God’s glory to enhance growth and development in the society.

We Serve community by…

  1. Developing an informed and aware community;
  2. Encouraging inter-government agency cooperation;
  3. Assisting the community in defining and identifying ideas of development;
  4. Providing complementary assistance and support to facilitate socio-economic development, environmental and natural resources management and delivery of basic services; and
  5. Uplifting the well-being of people.

We pursue our goals through…

  1. Integrative approach to human development that begins with one’s development that begins with one’s self
  2. Partnership with local officials, civic leaders and non-government organizations;
  3. Self-reliant community development supportive of national goals;
  4. Community building;
  5. Participatory decision-making.


Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC)

To organize, train, equip and administer naval reservists in order to provide the Philippine Navy/Army base of expansion in the event of war innovation, rebellion or disaster/calamities, and to assist in the socio-economic development of the country.

Unit Mission

To train and develop college students in the rudiments of military training service for capable Philippine Navy/Army in Armed Forces of the Philippines Reservists.

General Objectives

  1. Administer the National Service Training Program (NSTP) to those who opted to take military service.
  2. Support the environmental protection and civil military operation (CMO) activities of Reserve Cenater Southern Luzon.

Specific Objectives

  1. Conduct the basic military training and advance ROTC.
  2. Participate environmental protection and civil military operation activities.
  3. Maintain and operate facilities, equipment and related equipage of the ROTC unit.

Personnel and staff at BatStateU NSTP Main office

  1. Dr. Romeo M. Guillo, Jr., Asst. Director, NSTP
  2. Mr. Alfonso Fredericko V. Gonda, Administrative Staff

Contact Details
Telephone: (043) 980 0385 local 1995
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The On-the-Job Training office major task is to address the needs of the student trainees. One of its main functions is coordinating with cooperating agencies and industries for the necessary feedback that will assist the administration in curricular improvement and students’ skills development.

The Internship Training program aims to cater quality, relevant and responsive related learning experiences for all bonafide students through a carefully planned, and progressive and closely monitored actual work experiences required in a globally competitive labor market.

One of the responsibilities of the university and the OJT Office is to safeguard student interns undergoing internship from harassment, exploitation, deplorable training conditions and such other conditions that contravene or defeat the purpose of internship.

Services provided:

  • Conduct of the Joint Orientation Seminar for student trainees
  • Signing of Endorsement Letter
  • Issuance of Related Learning Experience
  • Review and Approval of the proposed Memorandum of Agreement

Contact details
Mobile: 0998-993-6944
Email Address:
Official Facebook Page:

The Office of Services for Students with Special Needs and Persons with Disabilities (SSSN and PWD) was established to provide programs and activities designed to offer equal opportunities to PWDs, indigenous people, solo parent, etc. (CHED Memorandum No. 09, series of 2013).

The Office as an integral part of the University is mandated to ensure that academic accommodation is made available to persons with disabilities and learners with special needs with proper consultation and conference with students with disabilities themselves, together with their teachers, parents/guardians, personal assistants and other concerned professionals, whenever necessary.


  • Individual Inventory/Analysis
  • Referral
  • Counseling
  • Consultation


  • Request for Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Counseling
  • Referral
  • Consultation

Contact Details
Telephone: N/A
Email Address:
Official Facebook Page:

Brief Description

The Office of Student Discipline is one of the student–service offices of this University which implement rules and regulations. It is committed to serve equally, all involved parties in an unbiased and fair manner. OSD aims to cultivate a strong sense of self discipline within the students in a healthy university environment through disciplinary procedures which are in line with the vision and mission of the university.

Services Provided:

  1. Receive, evaluate and approve the Request for New ID
  2. Evaluation for the approval and release of the request for non-wearing of school uniform
  3. Provide temporary gate pass to requesting students
  4. Orientation for incoming student trainees
  5. Orientation/Re-orientation seminar for security personnel 
  6. Answer queries regarding student discipline matters 
  7. To evaluate the disciplinary proceedings and disciplinary sanctions to erring students to ascertain the proper implementation of disciplinary process 

Contact Details
Landline: (043) 980-0385 loc. 1134
Email Address:

In accordance with CHED Memorandum Order No. 09, s. 2013 (Enhanced Policies and Guidelines on Student Affairs and Services), the following guidelines for Student Housing and Residential Services in Batangas State University are hereby adopted for the information, guidance and compliance of all concerned.


  • Conducts survey and evaluation of the school dorm and the private boarding houses in the surrounding areas of the campus 
  • Provides a list of school dorm and acceptable private boarding houses to students by posting on the FB page and preparing brochures and other informational material.
  • Answers inquiry thru email / FB page

Contact Details
Telephone no. (043) 980-0385 loc. 1134
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The Office of Student Organizations and Activities implements university programs, policies, rules and regulations in so far as student activities and welfare of the students are concerned. It monitors, supervises, and regulates the operation and activities of duly recognized and accredited student organizations and coordinates with external institutions of off campus participation. It also works coordination with all sectors of the academic community.

Services Offered:

  1. Spearheading seminars for student leaders
  2. Answering of queries of student leaders, faculty advisers, coordinators and heads regarding student activities matters.
  3. Evaluation of required documents of student organizations seeking for approval for renewal and or recognition
  4. Checking of activities conducted and financial reports of student organizations
  5. Processing / evaluating of application for TOSA and related matters.
  6. Posting of Lost and Found Items
  7. Evaluation the request of student organizations to conduct activities 
  8. Approving posters and banners/tarpaulins for display/posting

Contact Details

Telephone: (043) 980-0385 loc. 1134
Email Address:
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The Office of Student Publications is responsible for supervising, recognizing and monitoring the activities of The LATHE Group of Publications namely The LATHE Tabloid, The LATHE Newsletter, The LATHE Journal, The LATHE Literary Folio and the special edition of The Art Compilation; and other student publications in different campuses/colleges or departments. 

Services offered: 

  1. Coordinates the administrative and technical needs of student publications 
  2. Recommends participation of student journalists and publication advisers to different press conferences, seminars and workshops
  3. Evaluates the quality, circulation and content of student publications
  4. Facilitates activities, programs and projects that would enhance the literary and journalistic skills of the student journalists and their adviser

Contact details
Telephone: (043) 980-0385 loc. 1134
Email Address: