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Uniform Measurement for Full-Time Male and Female Faculty and Staff SY2016-2017
The following uniform prototypes were approve by the President's Council:                                                                               
 FOR MALEFOR FEMALE
Prototype 1Brown
Mocha Brown
      (#6 as displayed during the votation)
Prototype 2White
Dark Green
    (#1 as displayed during the votation)
Prototype 3Gray
Purple
    (#5 as displayed during the votation)
Prototype 4Green
Light Green
    (#2 as displayed during the votation)

The uniform allowance for SY2016-2017 is Php3,300 for qualified co-workers.
                                                                        
Cost of the uniform
FOR MALEShort Sleeves BarongP 550.00/barong
Slacks (optional)P 550.00/slacks
 
FOR FEMALEBlouse & Skirt or SlacksP 1,000.00/set
Blazer (optional)P 800.00/blazer

Please be informed that all full-time male and female faculty and staff will be having the uniform measurement at the FHP Function Room, CM Recto Hall on the following schedules:

Admin Office & Colleges - March 18, 2016 (Friday) 9:00am to 4:30pm
Integrated School               - March 21, 2016 (Monday) 9:00am to 4:30pm.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS:
  1. The exclusive supplier for both male and female uniform is LaMarina.
  2. The chosen and approved designs shall be strictly followed. Any deviation/s from the approved uniform designs shall not be allowed.
  3. All orders as indicated in the measurement forms and in the Masterlist of Uniform Orders to be accomplished by co-workers during the measurement schedule are considered final. All alternations must be countersigned.

You may call local 210 and look for Ms. Juliet Dimayuga for any queries.

Thank you.

Use of Pedestrian Lanes in Campus
To ensure the safety of pedestrians inside the campus, designated pedestrian lanes or crosswalks have been painted with "zebra" lines for the convenience of the general public. Therefore, every member of the DLSL Community is urged to strictly observe and use the said markings.

In view of this, please be guided by the following:
  • Pedestrians MUST STRICTLY USE the yellow "zebra" lines whenever crossing at areas where there is vehicular activity. Nonetheless, pedestrians are still encouraged to "STOP, LOOK both ways, and LISTEN" for any oncoming vehicle prior to crossing.

  • Pedestrians MUST AVOID TEXTING WHILE WALKING. Texting while walking is hazardous since the phone is a distraction to the pedestrian instead of paying attention at the walk path.

  • Pedestrians MUST BE SENSITIVE AND MINDFUL of yielding vehicles by crossing swiftly so as not to cause build-up of traffic.

  • For a more orderly crossing, pedestrians must cross by keeping to the right of the "zebra" lines at all times.

  • Motorists MUST STRICTLY FOLLOW the designated "stop lines". These are the thick lines that extend across the pedestrian lanes and ensure safe distance between the pedestrians and the motor vehicle.

  • Motorists MUST NOT STOP, MUST NOT LOAD, MUST NOT UNLOAD and MUST NOT STOP over the "zebra" lines.

  • The campus enforces a "PEDESTRIAN PRIORITY" policy inside the premises. Motorists MUST OBSERVE PEDESTRIAN COURTESY by yielding or giving way to pedestrians at ALL TIMES.

  • The school implements a "NO BLOWING OF HORNS" policy. Not only does it distract ongoing classes and activities, it is also rude and impolite to blow horns at pedestrians crossing on pedestrian lanes.

It is expected that these pedestrian safety guidelines are observed not only inside the campus but outside as well.

For your information and guidance.

UPDATED ENROLLMENT PROCESS for FIRST YEAR

COLLEGE FIRST YEAR STUDENTS




ENROLLMENT PROCESS for SY 2014-2015


WHO WERE ABLE TO RESERVE SLOTS


(STUDENTS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF SLOTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE)
















ENROLLMENT PROCESS  - April 21, 2014 ONWARDS



             ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE


                 CIHTM Apr 21 / CBEAM Apr 22 /CITE  Apr 23 / CEAS, CoN, CoL Apr 24


      


  FOR SCHOLARS ONLY


PROCEED TO THE LAMP OFFICE PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT TO SECURE NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP ACCEPTANCE


1.        PROCEED TO YOUR DESIGNATED ROOM AT THE 2ND FLOOR OF CMR BUILDING

























DATE


COLLEGE


ROOM


April 21


CIHTM


CRM 204


April 22


CBEAM


CMR 205 & CMR 206


April 23


CITE


CMR 206 & CMR 207


April 24


CEAS, CoN & CoL


CMR 204 & CMR 205




  • SUBMIT ALL THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT IF ALL THE ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS WERE NOT SUBMITTED DURING THE RESERVATION PERIOD


  • PRESENT RESERVATION FORM


  • Secure 2 COPIES of your Official Enrollment and Assessment Form (OEAF)

2.        PROCEED TO THE ACCOUNTING OFFICE FOR PAYMENT OF FEES


3.        PROCEED TO THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR WINDOW 8, PRESENT YOUR OEAF AND HAVE IT STAMPED ENROLLED



NOTE:  SECURE YOUR IDENTIFICATION CARD on your scheduled


             ORIENTATION


 


------------   END OF ENROLLMENT --------------






ENROLLMENT PROCESS for FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS


  



WHO WERE NOT ABLE TO RESERVE SLOTS FOR SY 14-15


(STUDENTS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF SLOTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE)


























ENROLLMENT PROCESS  - April 21, 2014 ONWARDS



PROCEED TO THE ADMISSION OFFICE


1.       SUBMIT ONE (1) SIGNED COPY OF NOTICE OF ADMISSION (NOA)


For those who failed the English Diagnostic Test, secure English Plus Form/Green Form from the Admissions Office. Students may enroll in Engplus before May 19 only) After May 19, students who failed EDT will enroll ENGPLUS for the 1st semester of SY 2014-2015, COMSKI1 for 2nd Sem and COMSKI2 for Summer


2.       SECURE ENROLLMENT INFORMATION SHEET


FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANTS ONLY. 


          PROCEED TO THE LAMP OFFICE


          SECURE NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP ACCEPTANCE (NOSA)


          SUBMIT YOUR NOSA TO THE REGISTRARS OFFICE


Proceed to the Office of the Registrar  AND SUBMIT:


3.        SIGNED COPY OF NOTICE OF ADMISSION (NOA)


        ACCOMPLISHED ENROLLMENT INFORMATION SHEET W/ ONE (1) 2X2 PIC          


        ORIGINAL REPORT CARD


        ORIGINAL NSO BIRTH CERTIFICATE (EXCEPT FOR DLSL GRADUATES)


    FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS


          PRESENT ORIGINAL COPY OF STUDENT VISA AND/OR SSP and RED RIBBON DOCUMENTS


          SECURE COPY OF NSTP EXEMPTION FORM


5. SECURE ENROLLMENT SLIP & COPY OF CURRICULUM


       Do not proceed yet to the Registrars Office if you still lack any of the required documents.


a.       For those who will enroll Engplus, you also need to submit two copies of your green Form and Official Receipt at Window 8


b.       Secure one copy green form wherein your English Plus schedule, time and room assignment are written.


                  ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE


                 CIHTM Apr 21 / CBEAM Apr 22 /CITE  Apr 23 / CEAS, CoN, CoL Apr 24


FOR SCHOLARS ONLY - PROCEED TO THE LAMP OFFICE PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT




ALL ENROLLEES (COMPLETION OF STEPS ABOVE)


1.        PROCEED TO CMR 200 AT THE 2ND FLOOR OF THE CMR



  • PRESENT ENROLLMENT SLIP
  • Secure 2 COPIES of your OEAF

2.        PROCEED TO THE ACCOUNTING OFFICE FOR PAYMENT OF FEES


3.        PROCEED TO THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR WINDOW 8; PRESENT YOUR OEAF AND HAVE IT STAMPED ENROLLED




------------   end of enrollment  --------------


NOTE: FOR ID PICTURE TAKING, PROCEED TO THE REGISTRARS OFFICE


           ON JUNE 16-20, 2014, YOUR IDs will be released on June 25











Unclaimed Items
Please be informed that items requested through Materials and Services Requisition (MSQ) should be claimed within 3 working days from date of receipt and/or delivery date. A notice will be given for those who fail to claim within the specified grace period and are required to explain in writing within 2 working days upon receipt of notice stating the reason for not claiming it, Succeeding requests will not be entertained until valid justification is presented.

Please be guide accordingly.





Update on the Male Full-time Faculty and Staff Uniform SY 2014-2015
Please be informed that Supplier Peridou has withdrawn their services and will no longer be accepting the two (2) male uniform prototypes that won during the votation (prototype 1 - Gray and prototype 3 - White).

With this, all male full-time faculty and staff will choose two (2) prototypes to replace those that were pulled out to complete the four (4) prototypes that will be provided by LaMarina. The sample prototypes will be displayed at the C.M. Recto Hall Lobby on February 11, 2014 (8am to 4:30pm only) for votation.

For your information.

Up to when can I pay my tuition fees?
You may pay your tuition fees as soon as you have two (2) copies of your Official Enrollment and Assessment Form (OEAF). Payment without charge will be up to the last day of enrollment. The following charges for delayed payment will be applied: P150 if within a week late, P200 if within two weeks late, and Additional P50 per week thereafter

User's Guide

General Guidelines





  1. Upon entering, the students are required to deposit their things (bags, folders, umbrellas, and the like) at the depository section.

  2. The library practices the “NO ID, NO ENTRY” policy.

  3. The library is the place only for silent reading, studying and researching. Group discussion, project making, tutoring, eating, and sleeping are strictly prohibited.

  4. A user showing misbehavior (i.e. talking aloud, disturbing othes, vandalizing, littering, mutilating library materials, etc.) is subject to disciplinary action.

  5. Users are expected to keep things in order before leaving the place.





Borrowing ProcedureFor Students





  1. A student must present his/her ID upon borrowing.

  2. Borrowing of books should be done only at the circulation counters situated at the 1st and 2nd floor of the LRC building.

  3. Every student has the following privileges:


    1. The library practice the open-shelf system wherein researchers could go directly to the shelves and pull out the books needed.

    2. Students can borrow a total of 2 books from each collection except books with location symbol (Ref) for one week.


  4. Reserved books can be borrowed at 4:00-5:00 pm and to be returned at 7:00 am of the following day.

  5. Students should voluntarily present the borrowed books to the person on duty at the exit door for rechecking.

  6. Borrowed books are to be returned at the Reader’s services counter only; thus leaving them elsewhere does not relieve the borrower of his/her responsibility.

  7. LRC imposes (2) two-peso fine per day for overdue books, journals and non print materials.







Borrowing Procedure For Co-Workers





  1. A co-worker must present his/her ID upon borrowing any material from the LRC.

  2. Teachers’ reference materials i.e. print and non-print (except for CD-ROMS) may be borrowed at the start of the school year; renewal is on a quarterly basis. Fiction and general interest books may be borrowed for two (2) weeks only.

  3. “Reserved” books may be borrowed for overnight use from 4:00 pm and to be returned at 8:00 am of the following day.

  4. Books with location sysmbol “Ref”, which stands for “reference” are for inside reading only. Bringing them outside the LRC premises are allowed only if the books will be used as visual material for a particular class, and should be returned within the day.

  5. Current periodical materials (magazines, newspapers, journals) are for inside reading only, but the old and back issues of magazines may be borrowed for a period of one (1) week.

  6. LRC imposes (2) two-peso fine per day for each overdue book, journal and non print material.

  7. GSLRC accomodates (1) one class, HSLRC accomodates (2) two classes at a time, while AV Center accomodates 6 classes. Reservation on the use of the 3 LRC’s should be placed one (1) week or (3) three days before the scheduled date of use.

  8. The subject teacher must stay with the class for the duration of library work or filmviewing activity.

  9. Borrowed materials and equipment, if found damaged, will be the responsibilty of the last borrower. Damaged or lost book, materials and equipment must replaced with the same latest edition or model.

  10. It is important that a teacher knows how to use the equipment before his/her presentation.


User's Guide

General Guidelines





  1. Upon entering, the students are required to deposit their things (bags, folders, umbrellas, and the like) at the depository section.

  2. The library practices the “NO ID, NO ENTRY” policy.

  3. The library is the place only for silent reading, studying and researching. Group discussion, project making, tutoring, eating, and sleeping are strictly prohibited.

  4. A user showing misbehavior (i.e. talking aloud, disturbing othes, vandalizing, littering, mutilating library materials, etc.) is subject to disciplinary action.

  5. Users are expected to keep things in order before leaving the place.


 




Borrowing ProcedureFor Students





  1. A student must present his/her ID upon borrowing.

  2. Borrowing of books should be done only at the circulation counters situated at the 1st and 2nd floor of the LRC building.

  3. Every student has the following privileges:


    1. The library practice the open-shelf system wherein researchers could go directly to the shelves and pull out the books needed.

    2. Students can borrow a total of 2 books from each collection except books with location symbol (Ref) for one week.


  4. Reserved books can be borrowed at 4:00-5:00 pm and to be returned at 7:00 am of the following day.

  5. Students should voluntarily present the borrowed books to the person on duty at the exit door for rechecking.

  6. Borrowed books are to be returned at the Reader’s services counter only; thus leaving them elsewhere does not relieve the borrower of his/her responsibility.

  7. LRC imposes (2) two-peso fine per day for overdue books, journals and non print materials.







Borrowing Procedure For Co-Workers





  1. A co-worker must present his/her ID upon borrowing any material from the LRC.

  2. Teachers’ reference materials i.e. print and non-print (except for CD-ROMS) may be borrowed at the start of the school year; renewal is on a quarterly  basis. Fiction and general interest books may be borrowed for two (2) weeks only.

  3. “Reserved” books may be borrowed for overnight  use from 4:00 pm and to be returned at 8:00 am of the following day.

  4. Books with location sysmbol “Ref”, which stands for “reference” are for inside reading only. Bringing them outside the LRC premises are allowed only if the books will be used as visual material for a particular class, and should be returned within the day.

  5. Current periodical materials (magazines, newspapers, journals) are for inside reading only, but the old and back issues of magazines may be borrowed for a period of one (1) week.

  6. LRC imposes (2) two-peso fine per day for each overdue book, journal and non print material.

  7. GSLRC accomodates (1) one class, HSLRC accomodates (2) two classes at a time, while AV Center accomodates 6 classes. Reservation on the use of the 3 LRC’s should be placed one (1) week or (3) three days before the scheduled date of use.

  8. The subject teacher must stay with the class for the duration of library work or filmviewing activity.

  9. Borrowed materials and equipment, if found damaged, will be the responsibilty of the last borrower. Damaged or lost book, materials and equipment must replaced with the same latest edition or model.

  10. It is important that a teacher knows how to use the equipment before his/her presentation.