Non Academic Scholarships
Section 4 - Sariling Sikap Scholarship (SSS) Program
4.1. This scholarship program is a self-help program designed to give old and new students an opportunity to earn their way to a four-year college degree program. It is an innovative approach to motivate students help their parents and themselves finance their cost of education for school fees, allowance, uniform, books, lodging and the like.
4.2. A student who will be able to encourage an individual to enroll at CVCITC in any program shall be given 500 pesos upon completion of the total fees by the individual being enrolled.
Section 5 – Financial Assistance Program (Student Aid Plan)
5.1.1. The Student Aid Plan is a financial assistance program to help financially deprived but deserving students to pursue a college education. Recipients of this plan work as student-aides in the different offices or units of the College; hence, are not entitled to any fringe benefits extended to the regular students.
5.1.2. To safeguard the physical health and assume the academic efficiency of each grantee the course load is normally reduced and the hours of service under this grant cannot graduate within the same length of time as the non-working students. Certain exception, however, may be given on a case to case basis.
5.1.3. All written applications are coursed through the Office of the Student Affairs.
5.2. Requirements for Applicants
5.2.1. Letter of Application addressed to the Office of the Student Affairs
5.2.2. Letter of recommendation preferably from the members of CVCITC personnel.
5.2.3. Schedule of current courses.
5.3. Criteria for Selection
5.3.1. Academically qualified at least 80% average in his/her last year in high school or semester in a collegiate level.
5.3.2. Financially in need
5.3.3. Physically healthy and emotionally stable
5.3.4. Good Moral Character
5.3.5. Pleasing Personality
5.3.6. Willingness to work
5.4. Conditions of the Program
5.4.1. Course load must be a maximum of 21 units
5.4.2. Will be given 10 pesos per hour as compensation
5.5. Terms and Duration
5.5.1. The student-aides, provided they keep the conditions below, continue to enjoy the program until graduation unless otherwise terminated by either parties concerned.
a. Maintenance of an average grade requirement of at least 80% in all courses.
b. Continuing good attitude, moral, social and emotional behavior, and adequate health.
c. Satisfactory evaluation of work performance by person-in-charge.
d. Have completed numbers of hours required as evidenced by the Daily Time Record. The DTR shall be submitted to the OSA and forwarded to the Finance Office every week.
5.5.2. Non-fulfillment of any of the above conditions will lead to the loss of status as student-aides after due deliberation between the person-in charge and the OSA and other administrative officer when necessary and upon approval by the president.
Section 6 –Scholarship for Athletes
6.1. Students who have shown exemplary performance by winning in sports competition shall be given a scholarship as follows:
6.1.1. An athlete who won in a national sports competition shall be given 100% discount in the tuition fee
6.1.2. An athlete who won in a regional sport competition shall be given 75% discount in the tuition fee
6.1.3. An athlete who won in a provincial sport competition shall be given 50% discount in the tuition fee
6.2. Athletic Scholars shall enjoin their scholarship for one semester and is renewable when they have again shown exemplary performance.
6.2.1. Athletic scholarship shall take effect on the preceding semester after they have joined the competition.
Section 7 –Scholarship for Mr. and Miss CVCITC
7.1. Students who have joined and won in the Search for Mr. and Miss CVCITC shall be given a scholarship as follows:
7.1.1. A student who has won the title Mr. and Miss CVCITC shall be given 75% discount in the tuition fee.
7.1.2. A student who has won the title First Runner-Up shall be given 50% discount in the tuition fee.
7.1.3. A student who has won the title Second Runner-Up shall be given 25% discount in the tuition fee.
7.2. Scholars in this category shall enjoy their scholarship for one semester.
Section 8–Other Scholarship Programs
8.1. To help students finish their college degree, the following are the government- assisted programs designed:
8.1.1. Selected Ethnic Group Educational Assistance Program (SEGEAP)
8.1.2. National Integrated Study Grant Program (NISGP)
8.1.3. Philippine Veterans Administration Office (PVAO)
8.1.5. Private Education Students Fund Assistance (PESFA)
8.1.6. US Veterans Administration (USVA)
8.1.7. Santiago City Government Scholarship
8.1.8. Congressional Scholarship
8.2. Students are required to pay whatever amount is in excess of the scholarship grants