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Schedule of DMMMSU Admission Test 2018



KINDER GARTEN ADMISSION TEST

Application Period : March 5-23
Date of Examination : April 2-6
Posting of Results : May 7
Only kids with the age of 5 years old on or before August 31, 2018 will be qualified to take the exam

GRADE 1 ADMISSION TEST

Application Period : March 5-23
Date of Examination : April 7
Posting of Results : May 7

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADMISSION TEST (GRADE 7)

Application Period : March 5-23
Date of Examination : April 14
Posting of Results : May 7

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADMISSION TEST (GRADE 11)

Application Period : March 5-23
Date of Examination : April 14
Posting of Results : May 7
All students who have completed Grade 10 should take the qualifying exam

COLLEGE ADMISSION TEST

Application Period : February 12 - April 6
Date of Examination : April 28, May 5, May 12, May 19, May 26
Posting of Results : June 4


Career Service

The City Government of San Fernando La Union in coordination
with PESO & DOLE will hold a Job Fair on
April 17, 2018
at
The CSI City Mall from 9AM - 4PM


2nd Semester Learning Skill Seminar


LAST SCHEDULE OF GRADUATION 2018 PICTORIAL


GRADUATION PICTORIAL SCHEDULE


Dr. Paje's Paper Presentation at NCODEL 2017

      Five DOUS faculty members participated in the 5th National Conference on Open and Distance eLearning (NCODeL) in Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria on Nov. 22-23, 2017 with the theme, “Philippine Education in the Age of Openness”. Dr. Brillo Paje, co-author of Prof. Priscilla Abellera in the study, “Readiness of DOUS Students to Succeed in Distance Learning”, presented their paper in the Parallel Paper Presentation held on the second day of the conference.


      In his paper presentation, Dr. Paje presented the factors affecting the readiness of DOUS students to succeed in distance learning and one of the recommendations formulated as a result of the study is to further improve the Learning Skills Seminar conducted by DOUS to equip students to become ready in studying through distance mode. The conduct of the seminar is one of the best practices of DOUS in providing student support and this was appreciated by some members of the academic community from all throughout the country who were present during the presentation.


      Aside from Dr. Paje, other participants from the DOUS who were CHED Fellowship Grantees were Dr. Luzviminda Salamanca, Ms. Ces Myra Mabalot, Mr. Meljo Apilado, and Mr. Jayson Madayag who actively participated in the workshops and sessions and networked with other educators from other distance learning institutions.


      Some of the keynote speakers during the conference were Sen. Francis “Chiz” Escudero, Chairperson of the Senate Committee on Education, Arts, and Culture, Dr. Ma. Cristina Padolina, former UPOU Chancellor, Dr. Alyani Binti Ismail, Chair of Malaysia MOOC Working Committee, and Dr. Ethel Agnes Valenzuela, Deputy Director for Programme and Development of the SEAMEO.


      Dr. Brillo Paje presents the paper entitled, “Readiness of DOUS Students to Succeed in Distance Learning” during the 5th NCODEL.


      Dr. Brillo Paje (third from right) represented the DOUS well in his paper presentation with other educators from different universities in the country.

      Thanks to the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the other DOUS participants had the privilege to participate in one of the prestigious conferences in distance learning in the country.


Donors for the University Research and Extension Day celebration


The DOUS would like to thank the donors for the cash prizes that will be awarded during the University Research and Extension Day on January 17, 2018, in celebration of the University Foundation Day.

Grateful acknowledgement is given to the following: the newest member of the University Board of Regents and President of the DMMMSU Federated Alumni Association, Hon. Mario Eduardo C. Ortega; Dr. Jimuel Cardenas, Medical Officer V of the Department of Health-Region I; Mr. Donato A. Rimando, Secretary to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of La Union; Hon. Jonathan Justo Orros, Board Member, District 1, La Union; Hon. Ferdinand C. Verzosa, Sangguniang Panlungsod, City of San Fernando, La Union. Dr. Luzviminda F. Salamanca, Dr. Cristita G. Guerra, Dr. Brillo S. Paje, and Dr. Eligio B. Sacayanan.

The money that was solicited will be used to finance the prizes that will be given to the clients who are mostly farmers and fisherfolks. The amount was solicited by Prof. Priscilla S. Abellera, Research Head and Dr. Ana Maria Libao-Demot, Extension Head.


Attention to all Baccalaureate Students

DOUS TO IMPLEMENT FREE TUITION FEE FOR SY 2017 TO 2018 FOR BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS ONLY. OLD AND NEW STUDENTS (GROUP AND SELF PACED) UNDER THE BSA, BSBA AND BEED PROGRAMS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE ORIENTATION PROGRAM ON JULY 8, 2017 AT 4:30 PM AT THE MULTI-PURPOSE HALL. PRE-REGISTRATION STARTS ON JULY 10 TO 15, 2017 ONLY. PLEASE SHARE THIS INFORMATION TO FELLOW STUDENTS.


DOUS is one of the CHED DHEI in Region I . . . . .

DOUS is one of the CHED DHEI in Region I to offer:
    Master in Development Administration
      Major in Local Government Administration
      Major in Law Enforcement Administration
through distance education.


DOUS offers Psychological Services . . . . .



List of Graduating Students w/ Deficiencies


CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION
Second Semester, 2016-2017
Deficiencies


GRADUATE STUDENTS ENROLLED IN TW AND DISSERTATION WRITING WHO ARE READY FOR FINAL DEFENSE ARE CONSIDERED CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION SUBJECT TO THEIR COMPLIANCE OF THE SUBJECT AND OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS FOR SUBMISSION UNTIL THE GIVEN CUT-OFF.


DIPLOMA IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION
 
      NAME SUBJECT/S
    1 ALCANTARA, BERNARDO JR. H. - DAF 202 DAF 214 DAF 211
    2 ARUMPAC, REMILINDA A. - DAF 202 DAF 214 DAF 211
    3 CAOILE, RACQUEL M. - DAF 202 DAF 214 DAF 211
    4 CORTES, MARISSE JANE M. - DAF 214 DAF 215
    5 GASCON, KATHERINE CAE F. - DAF 225 DAF 215 DAF 202
    6. LACASANDILE, LIZYTTE E. - DAF 201 DAF 225 DAF 227
    7. LADIO, VERA ANDREI O. - DAF 202 DAF 214 DAF 211
    8 OROFINO, MICHAEL B. - DAF 201 DAF 215 DAF 214 DAF 225 DAF 226
    9. RAMOLETE, CLARENCE ALBERT M. - DAF 201 DAF 225 DAF 226
    10. SILEN, VOLTAIRE D. - DAF 202 DAF 214 DAF 211
    11. SOLIVEN, CRISELDA D. - DAF 202
    12. TOLENTINO, JAN MICHAEL A. - DAF 202 DAF 214 DAF 211
    13. VILLAMIL, ANNIE N. - DAF 202

DIPLOMA IN LAW ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
 
      NAME SUBJECT/S      
    1. ALIP, MAKIA SUDIM LLAREANS - DAF 225
    2. HUFANA,. ANGELO DELA CRUZ - DAF 225
    3. SAYANGDA, JOMELYN RAMOS - DAF 225
 
CERTIFICATE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
 
      NAME SUBJECT/S    
    1 BAQUIRAN, IRIS SOTELO - ECED 04 ECED 05 ECED 06
    2 LATAC, ROWENA GARCIA - ECED 04 ECED 05 ECED 06
    3 LUZANO, SHARON SAGIPEL - ECED 04 ECED 05 ECED 06
    4 NIEVA, RAYMOND SIGNEY - ECED 01 ECED 07 ECED 08
    5 PAR, VANESSA CABAÑA - ECED 04 ECED 05 ECED 06
    6. PERALTA, JOAN CRISOSTOMO - ECED 04 ECED 05 ECED 06
    7. RAMOS, MARIA FE GLESSIERN BADUA - ECED 03
 
CERTIFICATE IN TEACHING
 
      NAME SUBJECT/S    
    1 ALCARAZ, AMELITA D. - EDUC 106a EDUC 107
    2 ALVAREZ, RALPH JEFFERSON D. - EDUC 111 EDUC 112 G&C
    3 BERNARDINO, MERYL A. - EDUC 111 EDUC 112 G&C
    4 CABESA, CLARINDA L. - EDUC 106a EDUC 107
    5 CAVANEYRO, MAYLENE S. - EDUC 111 EDUC 112 G&C
    6 CLARO, JANETTE B. - COMPLETED ACADEMICS REQUIREMENTS
    7 HALOOT, JOSEPHINE E. - EDUC 106a EDUC 107
    8 LIWAN, VANESSA SAMARAH G. - EDUC 111 EDUC 112 G&C
    9 MANIPON, YAHLEN E. - EDUC 111 EDUC 112 G&C
    10 NG, MARJORIE ANN B. - EDUC 106a EDUC 107
    11 PASCUA, CISANJOY J. - EDUC 106a EDUC 107
    12. QUINSAY, CATHERINE B. - EDUC 111 EDUC 112 G&C
    13. ROJAS, MARIA JENETTE T. - EDUC 111 EDUC 112 G&C
    14 SANTOS, DEXTER A. - EDUC 106a EDUC 107
    15. SOTELO, RHODORA H. - EDUC 111 EDUC 112 G&C
    16. TAGUTONG, DONNA P. - EDUC 111 EDUC 112 G&C
 
BACHELOR IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
 
      NAME SUBJECT/S    
    1 SIBAYAN, LEA N. - EDUC 116 FIL 103 SCI 106

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 
      NAME SUBJECT/S    
    1 CARGANILLA, CLARIZZA JANE D. - FOR VERIFICATION
    2 TIQUE, GELAIZA LEM BANDUYAN - MKTG 104 ENG 102 ENG 101 ENG 103 PRAC 101


Schedule of Pictorial.....

1st Batch

    April 8, 2017 - Graduating Summer Students 2016

2nd Batch

    April 22, 2017 - Graduating 1st Semester & 2nd Semester Students 2016-2017


*****Dress Code*****
Toga will be provided by EHSON Photography
    Female: Long Sleeves
    Male: Long Sleeves with tie

Graduation Date and Venue


    a. The 21st commencement exercises date is on June 3, 2017
    b. The graduation rites is on Camp Diego Silang
    c. Graduation Program
      7:30- Assembly
      8:00- Processional Assembly
      10:00- Processional (graduates with 2 companion)
      10:15- Program proper/commencement exercises
      ****one graduate seat for the graduate and one graduate seat for the companion****
    d. Attire:
      Male: Formal Attire with black shoes
      Female: Formal Attire with black shoes
    Both will be wearing the toga and sablay

Fees to pay at the Registrars Office

    a. Sablay and Toga= Php 1,200.00
      **** note ****
      1. Php700.00 is refundable upon the return of the Sablay and Toga to the Registrars Office
        2. Sablay for Diploma in LGA. Diploma in LEA, ECED and Certificate in Teaching
        b. Souvenir Program= Php 660.00 Agoo Printing Press
        c. Portrait Package= Php 600.00 EHSON Photography
            1 8r Glass frame
          1 8r portrait in toga without cap
          4 wallet size toga with cap
          4 wallet size without cap
          Free make up

          During Graduation
          One 5r while marching
          One 5r while receiving
          All stored in CD


NOTE:

Deadline for the Graduation Fees will be on May, 2017. Any increase in the graduation fees will be post and deducted from Sablay and Toga fees.

Since graduation will be held on June 3, 2017, Diploma will only be released on graduation day. In any case you want your OTR in advance, finish the clearance for OTR and pay the Graduation Fees ahead of time.


DOUS Alumni Association Activities/Update

The DOUS Alumni Association contributed to the success of the recent 20th Founding Anniversary of their alma mater. Led by their energetic and magnanimous president, Mario C. Ortega, they participated in some of the activities scheduled for the special event.

Mr. Ortega presided in series of meetings of the association and passed important resolutions beneficial to DOUS. Together with some of the alumni officers, he also joined other meetings conducted by the DMMMSU director for Alumni Affairs, Dr. Mario Mendoza. The alumni officers of the university campuses and unit in those meetings called by Dr. Mendoza, the group drafted the Constitution and By- Laws of the University Alumni Federation and scheduled a date for the re-organization and reelection of university alumni officers. During those meetings, the different alumni associations also made a report of their recent activities, plans, and projects. On January 17 next year, the university will hold a simultaneous celebration of Alumni Day in relation to the University Day celebration on January 11, 12, & 13, 2016.