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DLSLAAI Introduces New BOT's, Officers
Weeks before the annual De La Salle Lipa homecoming, the alumni casted their votes for the next batch of Board of Trustees to lead the De La Salle Lipa Alumni Association, Inc. (DLSAAI) on December 3, 2016 at the Alumni office on campus.

Led by COMELEC Committee Chair, Nora Sarmiento (Col '91), with members, Lizette Marajas (HS '91) and Derrick Awatin (Col '98), Alumni linkages officer, the election was held.

The newly elected BOT's, Dr. Benito Atienza (HS '79), Dr. Maria Lovely M. Cacho (HS '83), Jose "Joel" Estrella Jr. (HS '79), Atty. Jeff Hernandez (HS '02), Ricardo Leyesa (HS '64), Lizette B. Marajas (HS '91), Joel U. Pena (HS '82), Reman M. Recio (HS '74), Maria Crecelda D. Roldan (HS '90), Gina L. Sabater (HS '82), and Antonio Martin Tarnate (HS '74), held the election of officers among themselves on December 9.

The BOT's elected the following set of officers: President, Antonio Martin Tarnate; Vice President-External, Reman M. Recio; Vice President-Internal, Maria Crecelda D. Roldan; Secretary, Dr. Maria Lovely M. Cacho; and Auditor, Jose "Joel" Estrella Jr.

All the BOT's were inducted by the DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Dante Jose Amisola FSC, on December 30 at the grand alumni homecoming.




WMI Certificate Course: ITEC Certified
The United Kingdom-based accrediting body, International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC), has granted the Wellness Management Institute of De La Salle Lipa the certificate signed by the Chief Executive, Jane Foulston, on November 22, 2016.

ITEC certified that WMI's Certificate in Holistic Treatment is "registered to train to the standards" the former has set as "globally recognized by various institutions, businesses and organizations" engaged or "specializing in Spa Therapy," and the like. "ITEC has been awarding high quality and respected industry qualifications since 1947."

In fact, a client, Zoe Offen, Administrative Manager of London Hair & Beauty Ltd., attested that "[There is a] wealth of knowledge ITEC holds on international qualifications. They understand what students need to be successful in the industry and the qualifications they offer reflect this."

Completers of the Certificate in Holistic Treatment are eligible to take the ITEC assessment carried out by an international examiner from the "leading international specialist examination board, providing quality qualifications" that is delivered in 38 countries.

Another certificate course, Spa Management, provides pertinent knowledge and skills to spa and wellness industry professional, management graduates, and spa business owners on principles, concepts and vital information in spa management.

Both certificate courses include UK-based curriculum to be taken under the wing of seasoned and internationally-certified instructors. Theoretical and practical applications shall be conducted at the spa laboratory - Coco Spa - conveniently located on campus and practicum with industry partners.

After successful completion of both the Holistic Treatment and Spa Management courses, graduates will have the required level of knowledge and skill to be eligible for gainful employment overseas.    

For inquiries regarding WMI, please get in touch with Ms. Reanrose Dragon at landline number (043) 756-5555, local 270, or e-mail wellness@dlsl.edu.ph.




Winners of National Book Week Activities 2016


On-the-Spot Poster Making Contest
Winners(Grade 8)





FIRST
– Bernadette A. Awatin (LS307)





SECOND- Danielle Lei R. Araez (LS408)





THIRD
– Magmanlac, King Jasper Paul V. (LS410)



 



Book Door Design Contest Winners(Grade 7)





FIRST
– LS209



Adviser: Ms.
Miriam Merlin





SECOND
– LS206



Adviser: Ms.
Mae Bernadette Bautista





THIRD
– LS109



Adviser: Mr.
Jake Bigcas



 



 




Winners of National Book Week Activities 2016


CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of Book
Hunting Contest (Grade 9 & 10)






























































Name



Section



Adviser



  1. Elah Sarelle L. Perez


G-9 BM
100                               



Mr. Arthur
Dimaculangan



  1. Blytes L. Albeza


G-9  LS 301                              



Mr. Adrian
Dimaunahan



  1. Elizabeth C. Kho


G-9 BM
100                               



Mr. Arthur
Dimaculangan



  1. Elah Sarelle L. Perez


G-9 BM
100                               



Mr. Arthur
Dimaculangan



  1. Stephen Willthon V.
    Hernandez


G-10 CMR
205                               



Ms. Luzelyn
Endaya



  1. Richard John Fil W. Magsino


G-9 BM
100                               



Mr. Arthur
Dimaculangan



  1. Rollen Joseph E. Martija


G-10  CMR 207                               



Ms. Angelie
Rose Bautista



  1. Jon Martin D. Extra


G-10  CMR 206                              



Mr.
Wenifredo Angeles



  1. Joe-dee Jaeyt B. Villarin


G-10  CMR 201                              



Mr. Gerald
Latayan



10. Richard John Fil W. Magsino



G-9 BM
100                               



Mr. Arthur
Dimaculangan




CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of Book
Hunting Contest (Grade School)



















































Name



Section



1.
Martija, Kobe Andre



5- BB 305



2.
Roca, Eixianne Jereed



5- BB 305



3.
Bisquera, Gael Dwyane



4- BB 310



4.
Endaya, Rhon Kelly



6- BB 405



5.
Campos, Lance Cedric



6- BB 402



6.
Cuenca,, Daniel Louis



6- BB 404



7.
Balhon, Akzel Rajan



4- BB 312



8.
Bulloso, Alexander Benedict



5- BB 301



9.
Butal, Fileery



2- BG 114



10.
Biscocho, Renan Vien



5- BB 305





Winners of National Book Week Activities 2016


CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of Essay
Writing Contest (Grade 9)





First Place – Emmanuel B. Mendoza (LS-204)



Second Place – Reine Maegan P. Roxas
(BM102)



Third Place – Elizabeth C. Kho (BM100)



 



CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of Book
Hunting Contest (Grade 7 & 8)
























































Name



Section



Adviser



  1. Luis Alfonzo P. Beredo


G-7  LS 102                               



Ms. Anna Lourdes Dimayuga



  1. Ira Nicole M. Acosta


G-8  LS 410                               



Ms. Anna Doreen Morillo



  1. Francheska
    Eunice D. Flores


G-8  LS
311                               



Ms. Adora Fermin



  1. Jon  Placido  S. Africa


G-7  LS
209                               



Ms. Miriam Merlin



  1. Margareth
    Claire G. Batilo


G-7  LS
112                              



Ms. Jasmin Inciong



  1. Loyd
    Tristan A. Hernandez


G-8  LS
406                               



Ms. Anna Lyn Lacena



  1. Arabella
    Phoebe A. Reyes


G-7  LS
112                               



Ms. Jasmin Inciong



  1. Gianna
    Dominique I. Dalangin


G-7  LS
112                              



Ms. Jasmin Inciong



10. Ethan
Cyan C. Perez



G-8  LS
406                              



Ms. Anna Lyn Lacena




 




Hundreds of Student Join Enrichment Programs
With the shift in academic calendar from June to August 2016, Enrichment Programs were launched by De La Salle Lipa’s Institute for Advanced Continuing Education (iACE) to develop and enhance the students’ talents and skills, and capability-building.

iACE, in cooperation with Dynamic Training Systems Corporation, conducted the Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program: Student Edition in two batches on June 20-24 and July18-22 and the Adult Edition on July 7 and 8. At the Culminating Day, July 23, there were live demonstrations of the participants which were enjoyed not only by the students but also by the parents who are very proud of the students’ newly acquired techniques in memory enhancement.

The Creative Writing Workshop, titled “Unlock Possibilities through Paper and Pen,” was conducted by Pauline L. Navarro, AB Comm Batch 2016, Magna Cum Laude, on June 14-17. She selflessly shared her knowledge and expertise in writing which greatly encouraged the participants to express their creative ideas and thoughts effectively.

French and Mandarin lessons were both facilitated by Connoisseur World Language Institute (CWLI) on June 22-July 29. The culmination day featured French & Mandarin self-introduction by the young Lasallians, including rendition of songs and role playing in foreign languages that proved their basic French & Mandarin proficiency after a few sessions.

In cooperation with Pablo “Jun” Andal, a member of Arnis International Gavileño System and Tapondo International Federation Inc., Arnis and Combat Aikido Training were conducted on June 13-July 15. Participants learned the techniques and the art of self-defense which was demonstrated during the culmination on July 23.

Bringing music to life by the students was successfully held during the recital on July 23. All students rendered their respective songs; some rendered their chosen piece using musical instruments such as piano, violin, guitar & drums. Chosen musically-inclined students were given summer jobs as they were hired as coaches in their field of expertise.

iACE, together with Rommel Quizon, a seasoned choreographer of DLSL Salindayaw Dance Company, held the Hip Hop Dance Concert on July 25. The energetic performances of the students together with the Salindayaw and Green Republic dancers made the event definitely lively. It showed the moves and stage presence they learned from their mentor.

Discovering the beauties of DLSL through the ramp modelling was a great accomplishment of iACE in cooperation with Arvin Daryl Jay Gaffud. Two (2) weeks of preparation for the grand day, July 28, has not been easy for them. Their hard work and dedication to show their real beauty and confidence paid off. At the conclusion of their training, their different looks in casual attire were adored by the viewers.  

Nearly 400 students benefited from the iACE Enrichment Programs and participants looked forward to further their skills and talents and take them to the next level. It had been a fruitful and worthwhile vacation for the participants.





Administrative Appointments for Academic Year 2016-2017 - Office of the Chief Strategy & Advancement Office (CSAO)
With gratitude and gladness, I am pleased to confirm the following administrative appointments and/or reappointments of our Lasallian Partners under the Office for Strategy & Advancement effective August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017.

Strategic Communications Director - Ms. Ma. Lourdes Malaluan, MMT

Strategic Planning Director - Mr. Florentino Magsino Jr., MMT

Linkages & International Relations Director - Ms. Maria Cecilia Quigley, MABS



Mr. Arnold R. Capuloy, MMT
Chief Strategy & Advancement Officer

Administrative Appointments for Academic Year 2016-2017
With gratitude and gladness, I am pleased to confirm the following administrative appointments and/or reappointments of our Vice Chancellors and C-Suite Executives effective August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017.

Vice Chancellor for Academics & Research - Dr. Alicia Botardo

Vice Chancellor for Administration - Engr. Isidro Frio

Vice Chancellor for Mission - Ms. Violeta Ramirez

Chief Finance Officer - Ms. Jhyn Concordia

Chief Strategy & Advancement Officer - Mr. Arnold Capuloy

Chief Technology & Innovation Officer - Mr. Jose Orlando Lozada



Br. Dante Jose R. Amisola FSC
President and Chancellor

Senior High Gears Up for Opening of Classes
With the upcoming opening of classes of the Senior High School (SHS) on August 1, 2016, the De La Salle Lipa community makes sure everything is in place and the students are well oriented.

Thus, an assembly of the incoming Grade 11 students was held on July 25, 2016 for an orientation.

Representatives of key offices shared fundamental and paramount information for the benefit of the old and new students alike.

Starting off with the remarks from the SHS Asst. Principal, Rene Villanueva, he was followed by the Integrated School Principal, Mayolisa Mantuano, who delivered an insightful message to the young Lasallians. Specific topics were presented by the following: ABM Strand Coordinator, Alan Pagsuyuin, on the Organizational Structure, Brothers Community, Administrators and other Key Personnel; STEM Strand Coordinator, Iezyl Torino, on SHS Academic Policies; SHS Discipline Officers, Mario Katigbak and Mercy Lescano, on SHS Norms and Discipline; College Library Head, Chona Chavez, on Learning Resource Center Policy; SHS Guidance Counselor, Nery Dumol, on Guidance Services; SHS Activity Officer, Melissa Ishikawa on SHS Student Activities; and SHS Community Involvement Officer, Kathryn Trivino, on Community Involvement.

After the presentations concluded, an open forum subsequently took place, facilitated by HUMSS & GAS Strands Coordinator, Ma. Jocelyn Jaucian.

The DLSL community is all set as more than 1,200 Grade 11 students are expected to report under the following strands: STEM-18 sections, ABM-11 sections, HUMSS-5 sections, and GAS-1 section.





Important Reminders for Grade 11 Students
With the impending orientation of the incoming Grade 11 students, scheduled on July 25, 2016, Monday, please be guided of the important reminders below.

On Orientation
1. All Grade 11 students are REQUIRED to attend the orientation on July 25, 2016
2. The program will start promptly at 8:00 am and will end at 12:00 noon.
2. Students need to register at the SENTRUM lobby from 7:30 to 8:00 am.
3. Students will be grouped according to their section. Printed class list will be posted at the SENTRUM lobby.
4. Students are advised to eat heavy breakfast.
5. The last hour of the orientation will be a tour to your respective classrooms.
9. Students are expected to come in decent and comfortable attire. Wearing of shorts and slippers are not allowed.

On School Uniform, Textbooks and ID picture taking:
1. Students will be asked to wear their school uniform by second week of August 2016.
2. Textbooks will be distributed during first day of classes. Book list will be made available at the Cashiers area. Payment must be made prior to release.
3. Students who failed to have their picture taken for their ID card during the scheduled picture taking can go to the Registrar's Office for a new schedule.



Administrative Appointment effective June 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017
With the re-organizational changes in the institution and after careful deliberation and consultation, we are pleased to confirm the following appointments effective June 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017:

Director, Student Services - Mr. Amelito M. Castillo
Director, Human Resource Department - Dr. Erickson E. Martinez
Manager (OIC), General Services Department - Engr. Marino S. Tagapulot

Thank you very much.

Schedule for the Anti-Flu Vaccination and other Important Information
We would like to inform those who signed up for the Anti-flu vaccine that:

  1. The schedule for the vaccination will be on:

    JUNE 2, 2016 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

    JUNE 3, 2016 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    1:00 PM - 4:30 PM


  2. The amount of vaccine is Php390.00/pax.

  3. The total amount of the administered vaccine will be deducted from the salary in two (2) paydays only (June 10 and June 25, 2016).

  4. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
    1. Only children who are three (3) years old and above can be vaccinated.
    2. A person/child who will avail of the vaccine MUST HAVE NO ALLERGIES TO CHICKEN AND EGGS.
    3. If a person/child has certain allergies, kindly inform the Institutional Services Staff.
    4. A person/child must not have acute illness such as colds, cough and fever at the time of the administration of the vaccine.

For questions and clarifications, please feel free to call the Institutional Health Services at local 214 and look for Ms. Thess Atienza.

Thank you very much.

DLSL Shifts Academic Calendar
With De La Salle Lipa's thrust to position itself at the forefront of providing relevant 21st century education, a timely shift into the ASEAN integration calendar will pave way for the institution to synchronize its academic calendar with existing and prospective international and local partner institutions.

Led by its new President and Chancellor Br. Dante Jose R. Amisola FSC, the transition months will lead the way in integrating the Innovation Framework in the education system, as the institution move towards a "Digital Campus."

A new academic calendar, beginning August 2016, for Academic Year 2016-2017, will be observed.  The following are the new dates of the opening of classes: August 1 - Senior High School, August 8  - Grades 1 to 10, and August 9  - Nursery, Kinder and College.

For frequently asked questions regarding the new academic calendar, you may visit www.dlsl.edu.ph




White Elephant Sale
This is to invite faculty and staff to a WHITE ELEPHANT SALE (Outright Sale and draw lots) on May 31, 2016.

Among the items up for sale are:

OUTRIGHT SALE
  • Water closets
  • Urinal

DRAW LOTS
  • Television
  • Karaoke
  • Steel filing cabinets
  • GI sheets
  • Flush doors
  • Poly doors
  • Furniture

The WES shall be abide by the following guidelines:

  1. All DLSL and agency employees are eligible to buy any of the items at quoted price.
  2. Interested buyers may view the items on May 30, 2016. Reservations are not allowed.
  3. For draw lots items, each employee is only allowed one entry per line item except for GI sheets where entry can be made per lot.
  4. GI sheets shall be sold AS-IS-WHERE-IS.
  5. Pre-registration and dropping of entries shall start at 7:00AM until 12:00NN of May 31, 2016. Draw lots shall start at 1:00PM of the same date.
  6. Payments are to be made only in CASH at the Cashier/Treasury Section of the FRD not later that June 3, 2016. Items sold but not pulled out on or before June 4, 2016 shall be forfeited.

For inquiries, please call CPD at local 247 or 296, IPMS at local 266 and GSD at local 226. For your information and guidance.

Open Source Software Applications Online Evaluation - Co-workers under VCAD
We shall be happy to hear from you in regard to your experience with our Open Source software applications. In lieu of this, please be informed that all co-workers under VCAD will receive an email on February 29, 2016 with a subject "Open Source Software Applications Online Evaluation". The email will serve as a link to accomplish the online evaluation form. We are hoping for your cooperation and support on this necessity.

Please feel free to get in touch with our Open Source Champion, Mr. Ian Generoso at ICT should you have a query.

Thank you very much!.

Safety and Security Officer
With the resignation of Mr. Juan Carlo S. Gutierrez as Safety and Security Officer, please be informed that effective February 11, 2016, Mr. Michael H. Kasilag will be the person in charge of the safety and security of the institution under the General Services. Ms. Concepcion B. Endozo will assume the position as Head of the College Discipline Office. This change in assignment will be effective until further notice.

Please accord to them the necessary assistance and support as they perform their new assignment.

Thank you.

JPIA Hosts the 2015 Testimonial Dinner for New CPAs
With the theme "Taking Flight: Celebrating a Tradition of Success," the Accountancy Department together with the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA), recognized the success of the May and October 2015 National CPA Licensure Examination passers in a testimonial dinner held at the CBEAM Hall Function Hall, Nov. 21.

Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., President and Chancellor, and officers of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) Lipa Chapter, graced the event.  Also present were Brothers’ Community Director Bro. Jun Estrellas, FSC, Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research Dr. Alice Botardo, CBEAM Dean Lani Garachico and Department Chair Ms. Renillyn Mores who delivered their congratulatory and inspirational messages.

Moreover, the event gave way for topnotchers Hannah Faye Krystle Reyes (Top 6) and Keren Kristel Dimaculangan (Top 9) to reminisce their journey and thank the people behind their success. Likewise, Eduard Ortega, who completed the BSA program as a maintenance assistant of the institution, shared how his scholarship served as a stepping stone for the achievement of his CPA title. Some parents also shared their experiences and expressed their pride over our graduates' accomplishments.

Truly, the 2015 testimonial dinner attested to a tradition and legacy of success.








WINNERS OF BOOK DOOR DESIGN CONTEST 2015

 

WINNERS OF BOOK DOOR DESIGN CONTEST 2015

       First Prize  -    LS109   Adviser: Mr. Philip Rivera

         Second Prize - LS105   Adviser: Ms. Cestie Quinto

         Third Prize -   LS205   Adviser:  Ms. Del Beltran


WINNERS OF ON-THE-SPOT POSTER MAKING CONTEST 2015

 

Here are the winners of 0n-the-Spot Poster Making Contest

First Prize - Sapitanan, Renz E.L.M. (LS311)

Second Prize - Cuevas, Ezenkier R.D. (LS410)

Third Prize - Mancion, Daniela M.M. (LS211)


WINNERS OF ESSAY WRITING CONTEST (GRADE 9)

 

WINNERS OF ESSAY WRITING CONTEST

LINDOG, MIGUEL ANTONIO M. (LS403)                   FIRST PLACE

SAYAT, ALLAN CHRISTOPHER M. (BM101)            SECOND PLACE

DIMAUNAHAN, MISHEL CZHARINA D. (LS401)     THIRD PLACE

 


WINNERS OF BOOK HUNTING CONTEST 2015(HS)

 

BOOK HUNTING CONTEST (HIGH SCHOOL)

1) Macahia, Dylan (Grade 7-LS103)

2) Albeza, Blytes (Grade 8-LS309)

3) Bejer, Francies Harriette (Grade 7-LS103)

4) De Silva, Anna (Grade 9- LS201) & Purruganan, Ren (Grade 9-LS201)

5) Manuel, Kyla Nicole S. (SB3 -LS302) 7 Panaligan, Josh Anne Q. (SB3 LS302)

6) Martija, Rollen Joseph E. (Grade 9 - BM103)

7) Chavez, Nicolaus Siemon J. (Grade 7-LS110)

8) Delica, Heiuhenn Angello R. (Grade 7- LS111)

9) Leyesa, Adrian L. (SB3 LS302)


WINNERS OF BOOK HUNTING CONTEST 2015(GS)

 

BOOK HUNTING CONTEST (GRADE SCHOOL)

1) Geron, Marc Dainiel A. (Grade 5-BB302)

2) Castillo, Angelo Danoldson P. (Grade 4-BB210)

3) De Silva, Joseph Aaron P. (Grade 4-BB309)

4) Janda, Daniel Harry D. (Grade 4-BB210)

5) Amante, Andre Jerahmy R. (Grade 5-BB309)

6) Romero, Xid Audrix S. (Grade 5-BB302)

7) Tanada, Ayesha Elena Ghiles C. (Grade 4-BB211)

8) Balhon, Akzel Rajan B. (Grade 3-BB204) & Ramirez, Elisha Kaye A. (Grade 1-BB109)

9) Endozo, Vince Jassen B. (Grade 4-BB210)

10) Sicat, Israel Samuel D. (Grade 3-BB209)


Work Innovation - Non Teaching Co-workers
Please be informed that the HRD is now open for accepting of Work innovation proposals for the second semester. The deadline for submission will be on November 30, 2015 (Monday). Be it noted also that WI Proposal should be initially assessed, noted and endorsed by your immediate superior/s before submission to the HRD.

Further, the Work Innovation Proposal template and guidelines are available in our website www.dlsl.edu.ph under EMPLOYEES section for your reference and perusal.

For questions and clarifications, feel free to call HRD at local 210. Thank you very much.

Cheers to first day of YLT 2015
Welcomed with open arms, the first day of the 2015 Youth Leadership Training (YLT) held at the AVR, City Hall, Lipa City, took place on October 17 with delegates coming from different schools of Lipa as its participants.

The 2015 Youth Leadership Training was officially started by an opening ceremony facilitated by Mr. Ricky Babao. In addition to this, an orientation about the coverage and the purpose of the seminar was given to the participants. Messages from Assistant City Community Affairs Officer Jocelyn Dimaculangan, Youth City Mayor 2014 Veronica Lorraine Medrano and City Community Affairs Officer Estelita Saludo ensued.

In the afternoon, a talk from Mr. Jonas Anciano was conducted.


Wellness Management Institute
     


     

When the Blue Eagles Land on the Green Chevrons' Territory
There was nothing but admiration and adoration by the Lasallians of the De La Salle Lipa community to the congenial Blue Eagles who positively responded to the call for exhibition games for a cause dubbed "Games for the Chevrons," organized by the Sports Office.

Through their efforts, aside from the Blue Eagles' high school boys' basketball team, they also managed to invite fellow Lasallians, De La Salle Santiago Zobel - Green Archers' high school boys' basketball team, and the Mapua Cardinals' volleyball college women's team on September 11, 2015.

The initial match between DLSL's very won Green Chevron high school girls' volleyball team and the Mapua Cardinals' team invigorated the audience early on in the much anticipated game. It was the host, Green Chevrons who ruled the match up winning after four sets with scores 21-25 | 25-21 | 25-14 | 25-21.

A basketball game ensued between DLSL's faculty and staff selection and PENCIL's team. DLSL's selection won with scores 62-49.

Concluding the event was the featured basketball game between the junior UAAP teams of Green Archers and the Blue Eagles.  The action-packed match up not only brought the season's promising line-up of basketball players, but it likewise showed that these young ones could also have a good time while playing for a worthy cause. The Lasallians won, 69-66. 

Another highlight of the charity event was the appearance of the Ateneo Lady Eagles' star player and Batanguena, Alyssa Valdez and her teammates, DLSL's former Green Chevron, high school girls' volleyball team, Jhoana Maraguinot (Batch 2012) and Ella De Jesus. Valdez shared an inspirational message at the onset of the game, encouraging the young volleyball players to always work hard, never lose hope and enjoy every game that come their way.

Please support the second schedule of the "Games for the Chevrons" slated on September 17, 2015, Thursday, featuring the match up between the National University - Lady Bulldogs and the Far Eastern University - Tamaraws. Watch out as well for the games between St. Bridget College versus DLSL high school team, and the University of Perpetual Help versus DLSL high school team.

Tickets are available at PHP 200.00 and PHP 100.00. For inquiry, please contact the Sports Office at 043 7565555, local 325.




Library Online Reservation System (LORS) Pilot Testing
We are glad to inform you of our newly created Library Online Reservation System (LORS). This is one of the innovations of the LRC in coordination with the ICTC to serve you better. The main purpose of this user-friendly system is to have an easy online reservation of the LRC facilities and equipment locally and remotely. Hence, we are requesting you to support us in the pilot-testing of the system. Kindly make reservation of our LRC and Multimedia Center facilities and equipment online from September 1-25, 2015. This will give us ample time should there be modifications to be made before we come to its launching.

Please follow the steps below to use the LORS:
  1. Type the address: http://lors.dlsl.edu.ph to direct you to the login page of the system.

  2. Enter valid username and password to be able to login. For the system account, Official DLSL Email Account will be used. Email address for the username and email password for the system password.

  3. There is an alternative way to access the site:

    3.1  Go to www.dlsl.edu.ph website.

    3.2  Click the Admissions, Registrar & Library

    3.3  Choose "Library" then click Library Online Reservation System (LORS)

    3.4  Type the Username and Password

    3.5  Go to "Make Reservation" and fill out the form for Equipment, Materials and Facilities Reservation Request.

Please do not hesitate to contact us at local number: 230 (for Ms. Maria Chona Chavez), 260 (for Sir Edgar Garcia), 250 (for Ms. Emelita Sagbang) and 257 (for Mr. Michael Llanes) should you wish further assistance.

Thank you very much.


Noted by:
Ruben T. Rubis
Academic Services Director

Approved by:
Alicia B. Botardo, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research

WORLD BOOK ONLINE (Free Trial Access)

Design to make reference resources and research tools accessible at all learning levels, this free trial delivers World Book's entire collection of online products to cover the needs of students of all ages.

Point your browser to http://tryit.worldbookonline.com then enter the following information :

                       User name :      international

                       Password :        earth

          valid until   September 6, 2015

SPECIAL CONTENT, TOOLS AND FEATURES

  • Thousands of e-books
  • Content correlated to provincial standards
  • Interactive features that enhance student comprehension
  • A vast collection of primary source documents
  • Classroom activities, lesson plans, and discussion guides
  • Individual accounts that offer students the ability to save research
  • Regularly refreshed, selected content from more than 100 periodicals, provided by EBSCO
  • Citation builder
  • Thousands of editor-selected websites
  • Timeline builder

Work Innovation - Non Teaching Co-workers
Please be informed that the deadline for the submission of Work Innovation Proposal is o n July 31, 2015 (Friday). Be it noted also that WI Proposal should be noted and endorsed by your immediate superior/s before submission to the HRD.

Further, the Work Innovation Proposal template and guidelines are now available in our website www.dlsl.edu.ph under EMPLOYEES section for your reference and perusal.

For questions and clarifications, feel free to call HRD at local 210. Thank you very much.

Appointment of Mr. Arnold Capuloy
We welcome back Mr. Arnold Capuloy who has been sidelined by a major surgery since last school year 2014-2015. Although not fully recovered due to the long rehabilitation required post surgery, Arnold has been given his fit to work certification by our school doctor and thus, I would like to appoint him as Presidential Management Office Director (OIC) until September 2015 subject to evaluation after this period.

Let us continue to pray for our members of the school community who may be sick or recovering with the special intercession of Mother Mary for her protection and peace in our community.

Thank you.




Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC, D. Min
President and Chancellor

Construction of De La Salle Lipa Students' Center & Sports Center
We are inviting contractors to bid for the Construction of our schools Students Center and Sports Center, located at De La Salle Lipa campus. The following are the general conditions and terms of reference:
  1. Should have experience in undertaking similar projects/contracts within the last five (5) years.  Certification from existing clients should be provided.
  2. Should be an accredited provider of De La Salle Lipa and De La Salle Philippines member schools. Interested bidders who are not currently accredited by the school should pass accreditation requirements to the Central Procurement Dept. (CPD), De La Salle Lipa.

Pre-Bid conference and examination of complete set of Bid Documents for bidders is scheduled on July 22, 2015 (Wednesday) at De La Salle Lipa, Sen. Diokno Bldg, Board Room, 10:00am.  Bid documents shall be received personally by prospective bidder or his authorized representative/s.

De La Salle Lipa is open for other alternative eco-friendly construction ways and materials for the mentioned projects.

Further information on the requirements specifications and terms of reference can be coursed directly to the DLSL Central Procurement Dept. (CPD) with telephone numbers (043) 756-5555 loc. 296/ (043) 981-1782 and (02) 881-5214. 

De La Salle Lipa reserved the right to accept or reject any bid and to annul the bidding process at any time prior to contract award without incurring any liability to affected bidder/s.


Signed:
                           


MS. REMIAN T. SANTOS            
Manager, Central Procurement        

MS. JHYN R. CONCORDIA
Vice-Chancellor for Administration




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HRIS downtime & Parallel Run with AHRIS
We are exerting effort to provide the community a more efficient Human Resource Information System (HRIS) to handle bulk records during transaction approval and to provide modern features. In line with this endeavor, we would like to introduce the Advanced HRIS (AHRIS) to the community on June 23, 2015 for parallel test run purposes. Furthermore, please be informed of the following where we need the cooperation and understanding of all co-workers: 

  1. HRIS will be offline from 12:00AM to 11:59PM of June 22, 2015. The system will resume at 12:00AM of June 23, 2015.
  2.  
  3. AHRIS will be launched simultaneously with the old or existing HRIS on 12:00AM of June 23, 2015 to 11:59PM of July 5, 2015.
  4.  
  5. Parallel test run will be performed to ensure that the new system will respond & will process as expected before we retire the old system. In this regard, all transactions to be executed by all co-workers from 12:00AM of June 23, 2015 to 11:59PM of July 05, 2015 must be done on both systems. Co-workers' failure to do so might cause payroll issue on his/her account in the future with the new system. ICT will keep records of both systems for future references.
  6.  
  7. Any error/issue encountered shall be sent to hris@dlsl.edu.ph.
  8.  
  9. The old HRIS will still stand as the official system until further notice.

Philippines' time zone will be applied on the specified schedules. Should you have inquiry, please feel free to call ICT at local 246 and look for our Systems Analyst - Ms. Lani Rosales or send her an email at hris@dlsl.edu.ph.

Math Wiz Kids Conquer MTAP Regional Tilt
Winning never grows old for the young Math wiz kids of De La Salle Lipa. Once again, with the combined talents of international caliber contenders of the Integrated School, the institution was catapulted on top of the ranks and was declared the Overall Champion at the recently concluded MTAP Regional Finals (Division of Lipa). 

Leading the pack of the winning delegation were Champions in the Individual Category and First Runners-Up in the Team Oral Round, Angelo Vince Perez and Rafael Ma. Vicente Tagulao, both Grade 6 students. Trailing closely behind them were First Runners-Up in the Individual Category and Third Runners-Up in the Team Oral Round, Gerard Elmer Ilagan and Paolo Miguel Torres, Grade 5 students.

The 2015 Regional MTAP Challenge was held at Sta. Cruz Elementary School, Laguna on February 20, 2015.

But the entire community has something more to look forward to as Angelo Vince Perez takes on a new set of challengers at the National Level in the Individual Category.

With the untiring mentoring, dedication and commitment of his coaches, Leonie Landicho and Dennis Dimaala, Perez will surely make his presence felt at the upcoming competition.

The entire community bids them good luck!



White Elephant Sale (Outright Sale)
This is to inform the whole institution that the WHITE ELEPHANT SALE (OUTRIGHT SALE) will continue beginning Monday, March 2, 2015 up to April 15, 2015.

Among the items up for sale are:

  • Television
  • Karaoke
  • Water Closet
  • Aircon Units
  • Flush Doors/Poly Doors
  • Picnic Tables
  • Flourescent housings and holder
  • Soap holders/Tissue Holders
  • Tiles
  • Toners, Ink Cartridges
  • Used Tires
  • Miscellaneous Warehouse items

The WES shall abide by the following guidelines:
  1. All DLSL and agency employees are eligible to buy any of the items at quoted price.
  2. Interested buyers may view the items on March 2, 2015. Reservations are not allowed.
  3. The accomplished WES slip from the Inventory and Property Management Section (IPMS) will be presented to cashier for payment.
  4. Payments are to be made only in CASH at the Cashier/Treasury Section of the FRD. No salary deductions allowed.
  5. Items for check out shall be accompanied by a check out security clearance with the official receipt of payment attached.
  6. Items are to be sold on an "AS-IS-WHERE-IS" "FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED" basis only.

For inquiries, please call CPD at local 247 or 296, IPMS at local 266 and GSD at local 226.

For your information and guidance.

WINNERS OF ON-THE-SPOT POSTER MAKING CONTEST 2014 (Grade 9)
FIRST LS310 CUEVAS, ESETHKIEL RAVEN

SECOND MM201-SBJ ESTRERA, MA. DENNISE

THIRD LS312 EVANGELIO, ALTHEA NADINE



WINNERS OF BOOK DOOR DESIGN CONTEST 2014 (GRADE 7)
FIRST BM103 ADVISER: MR. ARTHUR DIMACULANGAN

SECOND BM203 ADVISER: MS. JERALDINE LICAROS

THIRD BM101 ADVISER: MS. DEL BELTRAN




WINNERS OF BOOK HUNTING CONTEST 2014 (GS)
1. Macaranas, Percival III Q. (Grade 5-BB312)
2. Roca, Eixianne Jereed P. (Grade 3-BB208)
3. Saguisag, John Enrico B. (Grade 6-BB404)
4. Campos, Lance Cedric M. (Grade 4-BB303)
5. Africa, Jon Placido S. (Grade 5-BB310)
6. Magundayao, Lorenzo Allen D. (Grade 4-BB305)
7. Guinto, Maria Philomena B. (Grade 5-BB312)
8. Ditan, Kim (Grade 5-BB310)
9. Villamiel, Pioarmani (Grade 5-BB310)
10. Zullo, Koerwin (Grade 3-BB205)

WINNERS OF BOOK HUNTING CONTEST 2014 (HS)
1. Albeza, Blytes L. (Grade 7-BM205)
2. Badana, Gerardo B. (Grade 10-MM204) SBJH
3. Galoy, Loyd Erick A. (Grade 10-MM204) SBJH
4. Villapando, Berren/Lim, Pierson Joshua (Grade 8-LS107)
5. Martinez, Veronica Jane (Grade 9-LS109)
6. Martija, Rollen Joseph E. (Grade 8-LS210)
7. Extra, Jon Martin D./Roque, Enrico M. (Grade 8-LS107)
8. Ramirez, James Andrew (Grade 8-LS107)
9. Dimayuga, Lauren (Grade 7-MM201)

Schedule for Pneumococcal Vaccine Facilitation and other Information
We would like to inform the EMPLOYEES WHO SIGNED UP FOR THE PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINE of the following:  

  1. The schedule for the following vaccination will be on October 22, 2014 from 9:00am - 12:00nn and 1:00pm - 4:30pm at the Institutional Health Services.
  2.  
  3. The amount of the vaccine is Php 800.00/pax.
  4.  
  5. The total amount of the administered vaccine will be deducted in four (4) paydays only (October 25 until December 10, 2014).
       
    For Part-Time Instructors, the payment will be outright deduction from the October 25 salary. For Part-Time Instructor's immediate dependednts, the payment will be outright cash basis.
  6.  
  7. IMPORTANT REMINDERS: 
       
    1. Only children who are three (3) years old and above and adults up to sixty (60) years old can be vaccinated.
    2.  
    3. Vaccine can be given every three (3) years.
    4.  
    5. A person/child must have no allergy to previous immunization.
    6.  
    7. A person/child must not have acute illness such as colds, cough and fever at the time of the administration of the vaccine.
    8.  
    9. For pregnant women, vaccine cannot be given during first (1st) trimester of pregnancy. If pregnancy is on the second (2nd) and third (3rd) trimester, clearance from the Obstetrician must be secured and submitted to IHS.
    10.  
    11. For breastfeeding mother, clearance from the pediatrician must be secured and submitted to IHS.
  8.  
  9. For more information, kindly call the Institutional Health Services at local 214.

Thank you very much.

Working Hours during SEM BREAK
All college working scholars who were deployed for 1st sem, SY 2014-2015 are required to report daily for 8 hours in their respective office/area assignment on October 14-31, 2014.

JFINEX HOLDS 3RD GRAND FINANCE CONVENTION
With the theme "Reengineering Growth: Financing and Doing business in a New World Environment," the Junior Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines - De La Salle Lipa, auspiciously hosted the annual Grand Finance Convention at the SENTRUM last August 28.

Over a thousand students together with faculty members from different schools in Southern Luzon partook in the said event. It served as an instrument to be globally competitive enough in this coming ASEAN Integration 2015.

"To create and give a successful event like this" was just a gleam in the organization, but after unheard-of success over the past few years the organizers enforce to make it real.

Dr. Alice Botardo, Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, gave an inspiring welcome remark to the speakers and the participants, and emphasized the significance of the event as part of the preparation for global transformation.

The league of speakers include Ms. Rebecca Bustamante, CEO and President of ChaIre Associates who gave strategies on how to manage multinational operations and challenged the participants to educate themselves no matter what happen; Mr. Josemari "Joey" Ortega, CEO and Executive Director of Paradigm Global who discussed "Paradigm Shift in Private Equity and urged the audience to have a mind shift from public to private equity; President and CFO of MFT Group of Companies Inc. Maria Francesca Tan who shared and lectured about "Financial Literacy" and differentiated professionally literate from financially literate; Mr. Jay Penaflor a consultant of congressional economic and capital market development of the House of Representatives, thoroughly discussed about "How to win a stock" and urged the participants to widen their knowledge about stocks; Ms. Suzan C. Bigay, President in DM Competitive Asia Inc., and a registered financial planner in United States who comprehensively discussed about "Strategic Cash Management" and gave importance about an individual's integrity and Mr. Lloyd A. Luna a Chief enabling officer of LLOYD LUNA Communications whose talked about "Calculation to Success," provided life changing statements about success.

Every lecture was followed by a question and answer portion. The convention also showcased special performances from a band composed of selected Financial Management students and a raffle draw.


De La Salle Lipa's Invitation to Bid on Construction Projects
We are scouting for possible contractors to bid on the construction of our CBEAM Building and Brother's House located at the Annex Property of De La Salle Lipa, Lipa City, Batangas.

Prospective bidders and/or authorized representatives are required to attend the scheduled pre-bid conference on July 08, 2014, Tuesday, 10:00o'clock in the morning.  Related bidding documents (design, plans, drawings, etc.) are on electronic file saved in CD to be distributed during the pre-bid conference. Bidders are advised to send their administrative/technical representatives and are encouraged to bring laptops to view the documents for initial Q&A.

A participation fee of five thousand pesos (P5,000.00) will be asked from the bidders to be paid at the DLSL Finance Treasury Dept., Window 5, on or before July 08, 2014.

Prospective bidders are advised to have confirmation of attendance to pre-bid conference to Central Procurement Dept. (CPD) through (043) 756-5555/981-1782, (02) 881-5214 or email remian.santos@dlsl.edu.ph



Warehouse Annual Inventory
Please be informed that the Inventory and Property Management Section (IPMS) will be closed on May 26-30, 2014 for the annual inventory of warehouse supplies. In this regard, may we request all offices to process requests before or after the specified dates.

Thank you for your cooperation and usual support.


Work Innovation

Please be informed that Approved Work Innovation Guidelines is now available with your respective Directors.


The initial implementation of Work Innovation is SY 13-14. Those employees due for Work Innovation for SY 13-14 willl be required to submit their WI proposal not later than April 30 and should be accepted to qualify for possible vertical movement for SY 14-15 (need to comply with the other requirements such as community involvement, required and specialized training and performance evaluation rating). However, these proposals should pass the post evaluation of the Work Innovation committee before the proponent/s would be eligible for horizontal movement for school year 2015-2016.


Work Innovation outputs starting school year 2014-2015 should be properly implemented and successful before it will be credited for possible vertical movement along with thte other requirements of the ranks.


Non Teaching employees due for possible movement this school year 2013-2014 are advised to submit their Work Innovation concept paper to the HRD Office until April 30, 2014.


Please be guided accordingly.


Seminars/Trainings
We would like to remind all co-workers about the existing policies and guidelines on trainings/seminars attended outside the school. Since we are on the final stretch of this school year, we would like to reiterate the need to submit for an evaluation/documentation of the seminars/conferences/trainings/workshops attended to have employees cleared of an accountability from the HRD.

In relation to this, please be guided by the following procedures:

A. CHECK REQUESTS FOR SEMINAR
All check requests for seminars should be forwarded to the HRD with attached seminar invitation.  This is to monitor and document all seminars attended by every employee.  The HRD shall forward the check to the FRD. Check requests should be in the name of the sponsoring organization.

B. SUBMISSION OF NARRATIVE REPORT/EVALUATION
All employees who attended seminars/training should submit a narrative report to HRD three (3) days after the attendance to seminar/training.

C. SUBMISSION OF SUPPORTING PERTINENT RECEIPTS AND DOCUMENTS
All employees who attended seminars/training should submit supporting official receipts and documents for liquidation to FRD three (3) days after the attendance to seminar/training.

D. CONDUCT OF ECHO SEMINAR
An employee who attended a seminar/training is required to conduct an echo seminar at least within the department.

The same guidelines apply to employees whose seminars/trainings attended are accompanied by a Memorandum of Agreement.





DLSL Friendship and Solidarity Cup (FSC) Battle for 3rd and Championship Games
We're inviting everyone to watch the DLSL Friendship and Solidarity Cup (FSC) Battle for 3rd and Championship Games on Sunday, March 23.

BASKETBALL (venue: SENTRUM)
8:00 am - Men's Basketball (battle for 3rd) CSTC vs Lyceum
9:30 am - HS Basketball (battle for 3rd) DLS Canlubang vs SHC
11:00 am - Women's Basketball (battle for 3rd) KLL vs UB
12:30 pm - Women's Basketball (championship) DLSL vs CSB
2:00 pm - Men's Basketball (championship) SPC vs Faith
3:30 pm - HS Basketball (championship) DLSL vs UB

VOLLEYBALL (venue: BHV Gym)
8:00 am - Volleyball Women Lyceum(rank 1) vs DLSL (rank 4)
9:30 am - Volleyball Women UPHSL(rank3) vs DLSU Dasma(rank 2)
11:00 am - Volleyball Men UPHSL vs CSB
12:30 pm - Volleyball Men SBCM vs DLSU Dasma
2:00 pm - Women's Volleyball Championship
4:00 pm - Men's Volleyball Championship

VOLLEYBALL (venue: BB Roofdeck)
2:00 pm - Women's Volleyball (battle for 3rd)
4:00 pm - Men's Volleyball (battle for 3rd)





DLSL, first-runner up in 4th Philippine Geography Olympiad
With a total of 88 teams from all over the Philippines,  De La Salle Lipa Grade 9 students, Romel Joshua Castillo, Ma. Kristine Gianne Kalalo and Seth Baldovino together with their coach Mr. Noriel Navita emerged as the 1st-runner up in the 4th Philippine Geography Olympiad held at the University of the Philippines Diliman last November 30, 2013.

All teams went through a qualifying round wherein a 50-item written exam was designed to test the students about the different concepts of geography.  The top ten teams including DLSL moved on to the semi final-round and a show-me type of quiz bee was conducted.

De La Salle Lipa along with Manila Science High School, PACE Academy, Philippine Science High School-Southern Mindanao and Philippine Science High School-Manila were able to make it until the final round and DLSL clinched the second place having 110 points.

In addition, De La Salle Lipa was invited to represent the Philippines together with the Manila Science High School in the International Geography Olympiad in Krakow, Poland on August 2014, but due to age requirement set by the International Geography Olympiad, the team declined to join the said international contest.


ECE Studes Secure Spot for National Quiz Bee
With a total of twenty-six colleges and universities from Region IV-A vying for the title, De La Salle Lipa's BS ECE students clinched the third spot in the competitive 8th IECEP-CALABARZON Bit the BEEs -  the ECE Interscholastic Quiz Show.

Meryl A. Aldover (T3A), Emil H. Andal (T3B), Ronnel O. Villanueva (T3B), Criselle L. Receno (T5B), and Kevin Paul G. Zara (T5B) comprised the winning team of DLSL mentored by Engr. Stephenn L. Rabano and Engr. Evelyn M. Falsado on September 29, 2013 at Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba.

The group managed to overcome representatives from the following participating schools: AMA Computer College Binan, AMA Computer College Lipa, Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba, De La Salle University Dasmarinas, De La Salle University Science and Technology Complex, Divine World College of Calapan, Emilio Aguinaldo College Cavite, First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities, Laguna State Polytechnic University San Pablo City Campus, Laguna State Polytechnic University Sta. Cruz Campus, Lyceum of the Philippines Laguna, Malayan Colleges Laguna, Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation, Marinduque State University, National College of Science and Technology, Pamantasan ng Cabuyao, Polytechnic University of the Philippines Maragondon Branch, Polytechnic University of the Philippines Sto. Tomas Branch, San Sebastian College Recoletos, Southern Luzon State University, and University of Perpetual Help System Dalta.

DLSL's team will be competing at the national level this coming November at SM Aura, as well as the other winning teams from CALABARZON: University of Batangas Champion, Lyceum of the Philippines Cavite First Runner-up, Rogationist College Third Runner-up, and Batangas State University Fourth Runner-up.


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Why cant I print the Official Enrollment and Assessment Form using the Student Portal?
You have no access in the printing of the Official Enrollment and Assessment Form (OEAF) using the Student Portal. You still need to solicit the assistance of OCR staff at your assigned laboratories to secure copies of your OEAF printed in the OCR Official Letter Head. The OEAF will be submitted to the banks or to the Accounting Office for the payment of fees.

To secure OEAF, submit the copy of your approved Temporary Enrollment Form (TEF) to the OCR staff at the printing area for counter checking. NO TEF NO OEAF policy will be implemented.


What does the compute tuition fee button in the eWiz on-line enrollment system mean?
The compute tuition fee button allows you to save your transaction. If you have updated the schedules, changed, deleted or added subject/s, you need to press this button to save the transaction you made, the system will automatically recalculate the tuition fee and save the recent transactions. If you will not press this button, the recent transactions will not be saved. In case of expiration of access, the recent transactions will not be saved.

Tips: For security reasons, press the compute tuition fee after every subject that you have chosen; pressing the compute tuition fee is the same as saving the recent action that you had made.

What shall I do for the tuition and other fees discrepancy?
Please visit the Accounting office for clarification and/or appropriate adjustment/s of your account in eWiz.

Why cant I find the equivalent subject that I am planning to enroll? I ask my adviser/department head and they told me that the course has a similar course description with what I need to enroll.
The course may not be offered or if this is offered, the course equivalent has not been applied yet. Please prepare a letter of request for subject equivalency and have it approved by your respective Department Chairs. Please visit your Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge at your assigned computer laboratories and submit the approved request for system updating.

What will happen if I enrolled a course without taking first its pre-requisite?
Course taken out of sequence will not be credited. This will be automatically dropped from your enrollment during the term without any refund.

Why is the system asking for pre-requisite courses which I have already taken from my previous school?
It is possible that these courses have not been credited or is not yet recognized as De La Salle Lipa equivalent course. Please visit your curriculum and evaluation in-charge at the Office of the College Registrar for clarification.

Why is it that I was not allowed by the teacher to join in a course that has the same course code? The system allows me to join that section.
There are some restrictions in the enrollment of subjects based on internal and external policies. Please take note of the following guidelines:
-Students under the certificate programs are not allowed to enroll in the sections for degree students, likewise, students under the degree programs are not allowed to enroll subject for certificate students.
- Sections under the certificate courses are sections that begin with N, I, R & CCA. Students under the degree programs are not allowed to join these sections.
- Non nursing Students are not allowed to join in the subjects under the Nursing program i.e. if you are not a nursing student, you are not allowed to enroll in the subjects with sections that begins with G
- There are some restrictions in the enrollment of sections and subjects that are identified under the Transformative Learning of CEAS. Please consult your Academic Adviser on the appropriate sections that you should enroll in.
- There are also some restrictions in the enrollment of subjects that are classified as licensure-related specifically for some engineering programs. Please consult your Academic Adviser on the appropriate sections that you should enroll in.

Why cant I enroll more than what is allowed by the system?
The system blocks enrollment of additional courses because you have reached the maximum allowable units based on your curriculum prospectus. If you are a graduating student, please visit your curriculum and evaluation in-charge to request for load clearance and present the Certificate of Eligibility for Graduation issued and approved by the Academic Advisers. Only graduating students are allowed to carry an additional of six (6) units overload for the succeeding two (2) semesters as per CHED memorandum.

What is the effect of not paying my tuition fees on time?
Following the student handbook, students without payment by the end of the second week of the semester will be automatically deleted from the class lists.

Where can I see the prescribed academic load of students per year level? Where can I get them? Is it downloadable?
This can be seen in your curriculum prospectus that was provided to you during your first year enrollment. The academic loads prescribed per semester and per year level are reflected in that curriculum. You may also download your curriculum at the DLSL website www.dlsl.edu.ph - Office of the College Registrars link

What is the effect of a hold status on my on-line enrollment?
If your status is on hold for reasons other than outstanding financial obligations, you will not be allowed to use the on-line enrollment same as with those who are not yet cleared from the Accounting Office. You need to see the concerned office personnel to settle your obligations for appropriate updating of your status from pending to approved.

Why cant I access the eWiz Student Portal System to enroll?
Maybe because it is not yet your enrollment schedule. Your accounts will only be activated on your scheduled date of enrollment. Please refer to the schedule of enrollment and other scheduled activities in the Academic Calendar posted at the Registrars Office Services link found at www.dlsl.edu.ph

Who are the persons in-charge for my queries/concerns and where can I see them?
You may visit the Office of the College Registrar and look for your assigned Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge during office hours or you may also call them at (043) 756-5555 local 222. The Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge and their assigned colleges are listed below for your reference:

MS. LEILANI E. HERNANDEZ
Office of the College Registrar - WINDOW 9

ASSIGNED PROGRAMS

1. BS Business Administration major in: a. Financial Management b. Marketing Management c. Business Economics
2. BS Legal Management
3. BS Psychology
4. BS Industrial Engineering
5. BS Electrical Engineering
6. BS Computer Engineering
7. Juris Doctor

MS. JESSA C. CATANE
WINDOW 10

ASSIGNED PROGRAMS
1. BS Biology
2. BS Computer Science
3. BS Nursing
4. BS Tourism
5. BS Hotel and Restaurant Management
6. Certificate in Hotel and Restaurant Management
7. Certificate in Information Technology

MS. RHODA V. DE SILVA
OCR WINDOW 11 ASSIGNED PROGRAMS
1. AB Communication
2. AB Multi-Media Arts
3. BS Accountancy
4. BS Accounting Technology
5. BS Electronics Engineering
6. BS Information Technology
7. BS Information Systems
8. BS Management Technology
9. BS Mathematics
10. Education Programs
11. Entrepreneurship Programs
12. Certificate in Culinary Arts

What if an incomplete grade appears in one or some of my subjects? What am I going to do?
You may visit your subject-teacher to inquire why you were given an incomplete grade. You will be given two (2) weeks after the issuance of grades to complete your grade/s. If you were not able to complete within two (2) weeks, you will be given a grade of 5.00 or failed for that subject.
Note: For students with incomplete grades, you are required to secure complete copy of your grades from the Office of the College Registrar at Windows 6 & 7; present the original copy of grades which was previously given to you so that you will not have to pay for the 2nd copy. After the scheduled issuance of grades, students will be required to pay for a copy of their grades

What is the content of the show grade button in the eWiz Student Portal System?
The show grade button, once pressed, will display all the subjects that you have taken from the time you started studying in DLSL with corresponding grades. The subjects that you are currently enrolled in will also be displayed without grades yet, while during the scheduled online viewing of grades, all subjects taken will be displayed with the corresponding grades.

What is the effect of the unsettled obligations from the different offices in the eWiz Student Portal?
If you have pending obligations or any other accountability in any office, you will not be given access to view your grades online. After settling your obligations from the concerned offices, you may then be allowed to view your grades in the student portal.
If
you have pending obligations or any other accountability in any office,
you will not be given access to view your grades online. After settling
your obligations from the concerned offices, you may then be allowed to
view your grades in the student portal. - See more at:
http://www.dlsl.edu.ph/f6770418a7136345e6e19d1785039686.aspx?page=AYYz7Sw4A9na5e3zOnNtmQ==#sthash.4h7If3Yu.dpuf

What is the effect of the unpaid account on my eWiz Student Portal?
If you have outstanding financial obligations, you will not be given access to view your grades online. Upon payment of your balance, you may then be allowed to view your grades in the student portal with url http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal

Why cant I access the eWiz Student Portal System to view my grades during the scheduled online viewing of grades?
If you encounter problem in accessing your account; due to forgotten password, please visit the eWiz Technical Staff at Window 8 at the Office of the College Registrar to recreate your password. Reminder: When changing your passwords, choose unique combinations of letters and/or numbers so that others may not access your account if they would attempt to. We suggest changing of your passwords from time to time for security purposes.

Why cant I access the eWiz Student Portal System to view my grades?
If you cannot access your account in the eWiz student portal, it is maybe because your account is not activated yet. Access to portal is provided for during the scheduled online viewing of grades.

WiFi Registration
From the Information and Communications Technology Center (ICTC)

Monday - Laptop & Tablets

Wednesday - Mobile Phones, Others

Friday - Laptop, Tablets, Mobile Phones, Others


Please be reminded that we're going to activate only one(1) device per day.



Registration Time:

9:00am - 11:00am

1:30pm - 4:00pm


Please follow the registration schedule. We will not entertain registrants beyond the allowable time. Maximum of 2 devices are allowed for each faculty /staff and students.



Currently, the wifi hotspots are the following:
 Mabini Building

College LRC

IS LRC

North and South Lounge

Student Park

IS Hacienda

GZ Building
 JD Building