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College of Communication, Art, and Design general education academic program improvement (API) seminar-workshop for 2017

The first College of Communication, Art, and Design general education academic program improvement (API) seminar-workshop for 2017 is scheduled this week, August 14 (Monday) & 15 (Tuesday). This API, Introduction to Publishing in Academic Journals, is meant to familiarize CCAD faculty members with the intricacies of academic publishing. (Prof. Rose Arong, Photo by Prof. Yvette Kim).
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Shu-Te University and University of the Philippines Cebu Orientation Ceremony

Chancellor Liza Corro speaks at the orientation for the maiden batch of students in the Master of Arts in Applied Arts and Design of Shu-Te University and University of the Philippines Cebu.



Chancellor Liza Corro to students of Master of Arts in Applied Arts and Design: With your degree, you can help cities of Cebu become official cities of media arts, of creativity, and of design.


CCAD Academic program improvement workshop

CCAD Faculty with Prof. Patrick Flores Campos in the academic program improvement workshop on preparing manuscripts for publishing.


CCAD General Assembly

WHAT: CCAD General Assembly of Students and Faculty

WHEN: Wed., Aug. 16, 9 a.m. to noon

WHERE: UP Cebu Performing Arts Hall N.B.

Attendance is a must.

Availability of new ADF Scanner and Heavy Duty Copier

FROM : ATTY. LIZA D. CORRO, Chancellor, UP Cebu
SUBJECT : Availability of new ADF Scanner and Heavy Duty Copier at the BAC Office, ADF scanners in other offices
Please be informed that we have assigned newly-purchased ADF Scanner and Heavy Duty Copier at the BAC Office following the guidelines as stated herein:

1. The use of these machines at the BAC office are strictly self-service. The BAC staff’s functions are solely related to BAC, end-users are requested to refrain from asking his/her assistance so s/he can concentrate on his/her main functions.

2. There is a user guide posted for the use of the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)-Scanner and the copier, kindly read them for your reference.

3. The users are advised to bring their own papers (for photocopying). The BAC Office will not supply papers for your use.

4. The maintenance and other consumables of these machines will be charged to OVCA. The OVCA is likewise responsible for procuring them (toner, developer and drum kit).

Other offices that have ADF scanners are: College of Social Sciences, College of Science, SPMO, Budget Office, Accounting Office and the Office of the Chancellor. These ADF scanners are to be made available to all users from other offices that need urgent scanning of multiple pages but self-service only.

For your information and guidance.

Online Survey on Evaluation of the University

To all UP students, alumni, teaching staff (e.g. faculty members and lecturers), non-teaching staff (e.g. REPS, administrative staff):
We kindly request you to answer this online survey Click Here. This is part of the project “University of the Philippines in the Last Two Decades” under OVPAA’s Emerging Interdisciplinary Research (EIDR), which aims to evaluate the performance of the University in the delivery of its functions on teaching, research, and extension. Rest assured that individual-level information gathered will be held confidential. Thank you very much.

Download OVPAA Memo here.

Change of Matriculation Deadline


Open House

The University of the Philippines Cebu invites you to the Open House!

Meet with faculty, staff, and students who make the dynamics of the UP Cebu community; inquire about scholarship opportunities; sit in some classes; interact with student leaders about the activities and organizations in the school; and many more!

Visit the different colleges and program offerings of your choice for a personalized tour, meet and greet, and a chance to sit in classes.

You may come any time between 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Parents are welcome to tag along too!

See you there!

No fees to be collected by UP this semester

No tuition and other school fees will be collected by the UP System this semester.

This was announced on August 7 by President Danilo L. Concepcion in a memorandum outlining supplemental guidelines on tuition and other fees assessment and collection for this school year, in light of the passage of Republic Act 10931 or the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act signed into law by President Rodrigo R. Duterte last August 3. The new guidelines were approved by the Board of Regents through a referendum.

While the new law will not take effect until next year, the memorandum implements the spirit of Sections 4 and 6 of RA 10931, which provides for the coverage as well as exceptions to the non-collection of tuition and other school fees. All Filipino undergraduate students are qualified except those who already hold an undergraduate or bachelor’s degree, those who fail to meet admission and retention rules, and those who exceed the maximum residency requirement prescribed by the university. Students of medicine and law are also not covered by the provisions.

Alternatives, however, are available to those not covered by benefits of the law. These students may choose to apply for financial assistance through tuition discounts under the existing Socialized Tuition System of the university or any additional scholarship. Medicine students may also avail of a tuition subsidy under the Tulong Medisina program as provided in CHED-DBM Joint Memorandum Circular 2017-4.

A voluntary opt-out provision in the law will also be made available to those who wish to contribute to the University by paying their tuition and other school fees.

Qualified students will still have to undergo the prescribed registration procedures to avail themselves of this privilege.

Download Memo here

2017 JLSS Scholarships



Download Application Form Here