Rights of Students


 

Subject to limitations prescribed by law and the university policies and regulations, every pupil or student of the university shall enjoy the following rights:

  1. The right to receive quality and relevant education through competent instruction in accordance to national goals, educational objectives, and the standards of the university for his full development as human being.

  2. The right to guidance and counseling services to provide himself with appropriate opportunities to know himself, to make decisions, and to elect the field of work suited to his potentials.

  3. The right to free expression of beliefs and opinions as long as it does not disrupt the administrative, academic and discipline of the university.

  4. The right to publish a school organ or similar publication.

  5. The right to invite resource speakers during convocation, fora, symposia, and assemblies of similar nature.

  6. The right to participate in the formulation and development of policies affecting the university in the relation to the locality/region and nation through representation in the appropriate bodies of the university to be determined by the Board of Regents.

  7. The right to establish, join and participate in organizations, societies and clubs recognized by the university for the purposes not contrary the law.

  8. The right to be given reasonable protection within the university premises.

  9. The right to be informed of his rights as well as the policies, rules, and regulations affecting him.

  10. The right to participate in curricular and co-curricular activities.

  11. The right to be respected as a person with human dignity, to full physical, social, intellectual and moral development, to humane and healthful conditions of learning.

  12. The right to enjoy academic freedom.

  13. The right to redress of grievances against any wrong or injustice committed against him by other students or by any member of the academic community in accordance with the defined procedures and channels of authority therein.

  14. The right to subjected to disciplinary action only after requisites of due process have been fully complied with.

  15. The right to access to his university records, the confidentiality of which the university shall keep and maintain.

  16. The right to pursue and continue his course until the graduates except in cases of academic deficiency or violation of disciplinary regulations.

  17. The right to be given assistance on work opportunities through current and available information.

  18. The right to be expeditious issuance of official documents like certificates, diplomas, transcript of records, grades and transfer credential.

  19. The right to be free from involuntary contributions except those approved by their own organizations, clubs or societies.