See the new schedule for the final examinations affected by the recent class suspensions at the Announcement Section.
The Office of Student Affairs commits itself to stimulate students' interest in various curriculum-related activities and community services in order to build and nurture leadership skills. It also seeks to encourage the formation of student groups to pursue goals along social, cultural, religious, literary, educational or recreational lines.
The different student organizations serve as venues for self expression and individual development which will translate into a healthy sign of growing social awareness and concern. The students are given the opportunity to exercise freedom of association and little intervention as possible. It is clear, however, that this freedom also entails certain responsibilities, such as respect for the individual member's personal rights and for the school's name and reputation. Utmost consideration is taken to ensure that students do not become subservient to the interest of others.