Medical – dental clinic
“The UC Medical-Dental Clinic aims to promote good health and total well- being of the students, the teachers and the employees through prevention, diagnosis, treatment of disease, and education.”
“As a Health Care Provider, the University of Cebu – Main goal is to render efficient Medical and Dental Services to the UC Community as a whole, and to promote good health and well-being of students that will highly contribute to their success.”
“Diverse implements, effective and accessible antidote for any malady and the health teaching that will be bestowed/ inculcated by the Clinicians to the minds of every individual who will be going to the Clinic are what the endeavor uses and does to ensure that the wellness of the health among UC populace is at hand.”
- Provide preventive measures through BP taking and physical examination, oral examination and prophylaxis;
- Diagnose diseases based on the patient’s history, clinical and laboratory findings;
- Give treatment to specific diseases based on diagnosis.
- Conduct Medical- Dental awareness and education through posters and counseling.
University clinic staff schedules
- Dr. Carolyn Go – Uang (8:00 AM – 12:00 NN)
- Dr. Jewel Ann Marie Abella (8:00 AM – 12:00 NN → South Campus – Extension Clinic)
- Dr. Hermogina Jao – Co (1:30 PM – 5:30 PM)
- Dr. Rosalinda Margallo (1:30 PM – 7:30 PM → South Campus – Extension Clinic)
- Dr. Concepcion Tundag (8:00 AM – 12:00 NN)
- Dr. Cherryl Abineta – Asibal (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
- Dr. Emmanuel Mercado (1:00 PM – 5:00 PM)
- Dr. Frances Mae Licong (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM → High School/Grade School)
- Mrs. Paz Colina Po, BSN, RN (8:00 AM- 5:00 PM → High School/Grade School)
- Mrs. Charlene Gallentes, BSN, RN (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
- Dr. Lloyd Dabon, DMD, BSN, RN (1:30 PM – 9:30 PM)
- Mrs. Nancy Ong, BSN, RN (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM → South Campus – Extension Clinic)
- Ms. Therese Bacalso, BSN, RN (10:30 AM- 7:30 PM → South Campus – Extension Clinic)
The UC Student Affairs Office
“The STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE works in the best interest of the University of Cebu (including its community of students and staff). The STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE must also assist the University to meet its vision, mission and goals and strive to act in a manner that reinforces the University’s values.”
“Student life is never complete without organizations and activities, which enrich and enliven the academic community. The SAO, therefore, intends to respond to the needs and demands of the students in order to promote a more active and vibrant campus life.”
“This office, moreover, trains and develops student leaders who can positively contribute to the intellectual, civic, religious, as well as political ferment in the society.”
- Instill in the student a sense of belonging through meaningful involvement and participation in school activities and membership in school activities and membership in student organizations.
- Stimulate student’s interest to become active partners in attaining excellence.
- Promote the formation of student organizations aimed at protecting and preserving the environment, developing social, technical and people skills, as well fostering the spirit of volunteerism and community building.
- Instill in the students the essence of knowing and understanding their rights, duties and responsibilities toward themselves, others and the nation consistent with the aspiration of the University.
- Intensify the linkages with the socio-civic groups, professional associations and government offices to strengthen the youth development programs.
Key Result Area
- Regular coordination with the student affairs and service offices relative to responsive action on expressed concerns and needs of students.
- Designs and maintain a sustainable range of programs that complement and enhance the student’s academic growth such as comprehensive orientation program to old and new students, leadership training seminars and student.
- Recognized student organizations whose objectives is to provide holistic – socio – educational, cultural experiences directed towards achieving their members chosen goal and develop clubs, associations and organizations to provide students with a set of choices that may cater to their needs and preferences.
- Conduct periodic evaluation of activities conducted for student development, whether such activities adhere to the core values of the University and in consonance with the SAO objectives.
1. Accredit Student Organization
2. Process Uniform Exemption
3. Co-implementor of school policies
4. Select students for youth conferences
5. Conduct students’ orientation
6. Conduct teachers evaluation by students
7. Recommends students needing assistance
8. Conduct Leadership Training
9. Approve posting of informative materials
10. Evaluate transferees and returnees before admission
11. Issue employment referral
12. Issue Declaration Of Loss for lost ID
13. Job Placement and career services
Mr. Joseph Emerson Johl S. Subong, MMBM
Ma. Venus H. Aragon
Guidance Services Center – Philosophy
“The Guidance Center believes that each person is unique. It is anchored on the optimum view that man is capable of becoming. It practices the principle of answering the need that evokes practicality and urgency. And Conscious of the schools’ objectives to attain academic excellence and character formation, addressing concerns that are urgent and practical can be effective vehicle for realizing these aims.”
“We envision the clients to be self-directed, self-reliant individuals with wholesome psychological integration ready to assume leadership roles and active involvement in the community where they belong.”
We therefore, commit ourselves to help our clients attain:
- Continuous self-awareness leading to self-competence;
- Cultivation of responsiblility in words and deeds;
- Internalization of moreal values; and
- Well-balanced personality.
A. Appraisal & Inventory Service
“This is a service which provides a synthesis about the individual which can be used to gain an understanding of himself as he is potentially capable of becoming. Provides objective data about the client regarding his abilities, aptitude, achievement, intelligence and personality traits in addition to information obtained from interviews, reports and other sources.”
→ Administration of SPP & Needs Assessment Survey
→ Update of Students Cumulative Records
B. Information Service
“To provide progressive personal growth and development of skills, talents, habits and values through intensive training and development seminars. This service provides available information to the clients who are classified as occupational, educational and personal-social.”
→ Orientation & Guidance Awareness Campaign
→ Seminars, Training/Workshops
C. Counseling Service (The heart of Guidance Services)
“The major goal of this service is to help individual become the person he is capable of becoming. It employs a variety of techniques to better serve the clientele. Counseling can be individual or group. Referred or voluntary.”
→ Interaction with freshmen
→ Career Counseling
→ Individual and Group Counseling (Walk-in, Referral)
→ Parents and Teacher Conferences
→ Exit Interview & Employment Counseling
D. Follow – Up Service
“It is concerned with what happens to students while in school particularly the monitoring of behaviors and factors affecting academic performance of students.”
→ Interview and Recommendation for Readmission of Absentee Students
→ Academic Follow-up and Educational Counseling
→ Interaction and Follow-up of Academic Scholars
“We can’t keep your feet from stumbling, we can only offer our hands that you may grasp so that you won’t fall.”
Elnora B. Image MA, RGC
Leah Celeste U. Montecillo
Riza T. Carbajosa, RGC
Information & Computer Studies
Jobie Ruth F. Jereza
Accountancy, Business Ad.
Ivy B. Adao
Ma. Cecilia P. Lopez
Froline D. Sales
Mae Karen S. Bulanon
Evelyn T. Gimarino
Hotel & Restaurant Management
Jerame R. Nacua
Arts, Computer Engineering
For Night Classes (All Colleges)
“The Athletics Department also organizes sports activities in the campus for the students and employees , as well as assist them by providing sports equipments, game officials and at times financial support, if necessary.”
“Other than the in-school services of the Athletics Department, it also extends through its outreach program to the various adapted communities and organizations Sports Clinic, Seminars, lending of sports equipment, assisting in the securing of sports equipments and at times play exhibition games for entertainment.”
Varsity players and athletes under the Department are given the following privileges:
1. Scholarship grants which may range from 20% Tuition Discount to Full-Free scholarship however subject to rules promulgated by the UC Scholarship Office;
2. Free travel and financial subsidies and allowances during competitions;
3. Free practice and competition uniforms;
4. Financial incentives for those raking awards and honors during sports competitions here and abroad;
5. Free medical assistance and health/accident insurance for the duration of an athletes membership to the varsity team.
University of Cebu has the following events with Varsity Team :
Bernardino Ricablanca Jr.
Sanciangko St., Cebu City
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