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Contest Criteria & Mechanics
- The contest is open to all CVSC students. Committee members are excluded from joining the contest.
Committee: OSAS Heads
- All entries must be submitted in digitized format.
- A printed copy of logo entry must fit in an A4 size Photo paper.
- A brief description of the logo and its components (arial, 12 pts, 1.5 spacing and justified).
- The artist will be held accountable to any issues that may arise with regards to originality and authenticity of the design.
- Each contestant must submit ONE entry only.
- The logo must be in lined with the OSAS Vision, Mission, and Goals.
- Deadline of Submission will be on August 31, 2018 at the Office of Student Affairs & Services (OSAS). A committee member will be assigned each day for registration. Upon registration, the participant will receive an entry number. Participants are required to send a soft copy of the original open file (PNG & JPEG format with 300 dpi resolution). Failure to submit the soft and hard copy of any entry will result to disqualification.
- Regardless of the number of entries, only 10 entries will qualify for the final judging based on the scores. In case there are less 10 entries, all will be qualified for the final judging.
- The top 10 finalists will be announced on September 7, 2018 and each will receive a “Certificate of Recognition”.
- A board of judges will be invited to select the winner. The decision of Judges will be final and incontestable.
- The winner will be awarded with a prize of Two thousand Five hundred Pesos (Php 2,500.00). It will be announced in the CVSC official website.
- The winning logo will be the official property and logo of OSAS.
- The Office of Student Affairs & Services has the right to modify the logo.
- Criteria for Judging:
Concept (Presentation of description
and relevance to the Mission and Vision of OSAS ) – 40%
Originality and Authenticity – 30%
Creativity – 30%
Total – 100%
The CVSC Student Affairs and Services (SAS) envisions to achieve an ideal level of student-centered programs and services geared towards attaining holistic development of students.
The CVSC SAS in collaboration with the academic program is committed to provide transformational opportunities to all students by fostering accessible and inclusive learning campus environment.
- To provide opportunities for the development of leadership competencies and guidance to students in achieving their full potentials in becoming well-rounded individuals in the institution and of the society;
- To promote values formation, civic mindedness and social awareness among students through various activities, GAD responsive programs, extensions and community involvement initiated by the student program services.
- To ensure accessibility of quality, relevant, efficient and effective student programs and services;
- To provide guidance for the integral development of student’s moral values, habits, ethics, psychospiritual and ideas to maintain the responsiveness of the students not only to themselves but also to their fellowmen and environment;
- To provide conducive environment to free expression of oneself in accordance with the principles and policies of the College;
- To ensure academic accommodation and equal opportunities to persons with disabilities, senior citizens, indigenous people, solo parents, LGBTQs and other learners with special needs.
The Local Administrative and Academic Council of CVSC main campus presented their January to June 2018 Accomplishment Report and their Action Plan for July to December 2018 last July 4, 2018.
Each offices were given a chance to give an overview of their individual achievements, accomplishments, contributions, list of what steps must be taken and formulate a timeline for when specific tasks need to be completed and the resources required in order to achieve the goals of the college.
College President Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera discusses the Vision, Mission, Goals, and Core Values of the institution during the General Orientation conducted at the Municipal Gym of Compostela.
Attended by the College’s higher ups led by Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Roque Langcoy II, members of the faculty and non-teaching personnel, and students, the event aims to welcome new students and discuss relevant rules, expectations, and regulations concerning the College.
Spearheaded by the Office of the Director for Research, Extension, and Development, Compostela Valley State College reached a new milestone as it successfully held the maiden Agency In-House Proposal Review for Research, Development, and Extension at the ODRED audio-visual room yesterday, August 14, 2017.
The In-House review aimed to scrutinize proposals from CVSC employees by top-notch and seasoned researchers composing the panel of reviewers, namely Dr. Augie E. Fuentes, Dr. Della Grace Bacaltos, Dr. Leslie Ubaub, and Dr. Alminda Fernandez.
The said activity drew a total of 20 research capsule proposal from faculty members from the four campuses of the College.
The proponents who took part in the momentous affair were Mr. Jhonnel Villegas, Ms. Karren Gay Sabas, Mr. Franz Joseph Gonzales, Mr. Jason Geroche, Mr. Jonathan Gano-an, Mr. Rholey Picaza, Mr. Jerald Anthony Esteban, Ms. Nerivic de Asis, Mr. Russel Aporbo, Mr. Gabrele Cubero, Ms. Rona Apolinario, Ms. Jenifer Tuba, Mr. Khif Muamar M. Miranda, Mr. Wendel Sanchez, Mr. Keyvin Arcinal, Ms. Mary Dane Remulta, Ms. Roxanne Rosello, Mr. Rambert Mangay, Ms. Girlie Sumega, and Ms. Judalyn Forro.
Proposals which will be selected by the ODRED office will be provided funding in order to conduct their study. Furthermore, each study completed will immediately be considered for inclusion for the College’s research journal that the office will be releasing regularly.
Naging makabuluhan ang kakatapos lamang na pagdiriwang ng Pambungad na Palatuntunan sa Buwan ng Wika na ginanap sa Compostela campus ng Kolehiyo ng Compostela Valley kahapon, ika-14 ng Agosto, 2017.
Sa pangunguna ng presidente ng kolehiyo na si Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera, makahulugan ang naging selebrasyon na puno ng makabayan at makabansang mga palatuntunin gaya ng pagtatanghal ng katutubong sayaw at iba’t ibang paligsahan.
Umani naman ng nakakabinging hiyawan at palakpakan ang mula sa mga manonood ang Parada ng Kasuotan ng mga guro at empleyado ng kolehiyo suot ang matitingkad na barong at filipiña.
Kasabay ng unang araw ng pagpasok ng mga mag-aaral para sa unang semester, puno naman ng kahulugan ang mensahe ni Dr. Ganiera na pinaalalahanan ang mga estudyante sa kahalagahan ng pagmamahal sa ating pambansang wika at sa importansya ng pagiging maaga sa trabaho, pag-aaral, at anumang parte ng pamumuhay.
A new chapter of learning and progress awaits as Compostela Valley State College opens the first semester for 2017-2018!
After a two-month hiatus due to the shifting of school calendar, CVSC once again opens its doors to welcome its students and other stakeholders.
See you all this Monday, as we start a new journey filled with erudition and high aspirations!
Through the initiative of Research, Development, and Extension Services Office Director Dr. Lilybeth Matunhay, Compostela Valley State College is conducting the Training cum Workshop on Writing a Publishable Paper at the Big 8 Corporate Hotel, Tagum City.
The three-day activity set to be concluded on August 2, is attended by 35 faculty and staff members of the College.
Respected research personality Genaro V. Japos, PhD, DM, DHRM, DODT, President of IAMURE International Research serves as the resource person.
College President Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera also graced the affair which aims to capacitate the attendees with the publication of their studies.
Mr. Ronaldo S. Florendo, Technical Assistant for Information and Communication Technology and Mr. Juris Vittorio E. Escandor, Project Technical Staff I of the CHED Unifast Secretariat, presented the scholarship system provided by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) in relation to the Free Tuition Fee 2017 Program.
Interviews were also done among students’ with regard to enrollment flow and free tuition implementation.
Spearheaded by the Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS), Compostela Valley State College conducted a two-day Leadership Training and Seminar with the theme “Live to Lead” at the CVSC-Main Campus, Compostela, Compostela Valley.
The affair drew 43 student leaders from the four campuses (Maragusan, New Bataan, Montevista, and Compostela) focusing on the different aspects of leadership such as Knowing One’s Self as a Leader, Leaders in the 21st Century, Leader in the Society, Bridging Gaps in the Organization, and Must-have Skills of a Leader.
OSAS Director Mr. Joden John Nituda hoped that the said seminar-workshop will equip the participants with the necessary knowledge and wisdom in order to effectively perform their functions in their respective campuses.
Also present during the stay-in seminar were Jay Mark Bantayan (OSAS Head-Maragusan), Gabrele Cubero (OSAS Head/CSC Adviser-New Bataan), Rizalino dela Torre (CSC Adviser-Maragusan), Jessie Roy Alcaraz (OSAS Head/CSC Adviser-Montevista), and Jhonnel Villegas (Extension Program Coordinator/GAD Focal Person).
Governor Tyron Uy visited Compostela Valley State College earlier this afternoon. Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera and Hon. Tyron Uy discussed matters on the improvements of the State College as they roamed around the campus.