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Wednesday, 18 January 2017

CHED: How to apply Student Financial Assistance Program (StuFAP) scholarship?

CHED: Qualification and Guide to apply scholarship program.

Who are qualified to apply scholarship StuFAP or Student Financial Assistance Program of CHED? 

What must be your Grades or GWA (General Weighted Average)?

  1. FULL SCHOLARSHIP (FS)Intended for high school graduates whose general weighted average (GWA) is at least 90% or its equivalent, and for graduating high school students whose GWA is at least 90% or its equivalent in the third year and at least 90% in the first three grading periods of the fourth year, who will enroll in identified priority courses in duly authorized public or private higher education institutions (HEIs). 
  2. PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP (PS)Intended for high school graduates whose GWA is at least 85% or its equivalent and for graduating high school students whose GWA is at least 85% in the third year and at least 85% in the first three grading periods of the fourth year, who will enroll in identified priority courses in duly authorized public HEIs.

CHED Allocated Amount of Scholarship.

Equivalent Points = Form 138 + Latest ITR.

Source: CHED


GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must be a Filipino citizen; 
  2. Must be a high school graduate; candidate for graduation; with earned units in college; grades and first three grading periods of fourth year; passer of ALS/PEPT;
  3. Must have a combined annual gross income of parents/guardian not to exceed Three Hundred Thousand Pesos (P300,000.00). (*In highly exceptional cases where income exceeds PhP300,000.00, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Certificate of Indigency from their Barangay, Case Study from Department of CHEDRO StuFAPs Committee shall determine the merits of the application.
  4. Must avail only one CHED scholarship or financial assistance program; and
  5. Must not be a graduate of any degree program.

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS.

Academic Requirement:

A. For Incoming Freshmen

  1. For fourth year high school applicants - third year
  2. For high school graduates - Form 138
B. For Applicants with Earned Units in College
  1. Certificate of grades in all subjects in the last two (2) semesters
C. For Other Applicants
  1. ALS - Accreditation and Equivalency Test Passer Certificate
  2. PEPT - Certificate of Advancing to the Next Level
OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

A. Any one of the following: Latest Income Tax Return (ITR) of parents or guardian, Certificate of Tax Exemption from Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), or Affidavit of No Income

B. Certificate of good moral character from the last school attended.

Where to Submit the Application Form?

Student applicants should submit the accomplished CHED StuFAPs Application (StuFAPs Form 1) directly to the CHED Regional Office concerned. Download Form Here!

However, applicants who intend to enroll in State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) shall directly submit their StuFAPs Form 1 to the concerned SUCs as stipulated in the Calendar of Activities (Annex A).

Scholarship Modes of Payment via Checks and Bank Account.

The release of financial benefits shall be as follows:
Mode 1 – CHEDROs release financial benefits directly to scholars / grantees / borrowers;
Mode 2 – CHEDROs transfer financial benefits to scholars / grantees / borrowers through HEIs with ten (10) or more beneficiaries; and
Mode 3 – CHEDROs transfer financial benefits to scholars / grantees / borrowers through authorized banks.

Requirements for Granted Scholars to process financial benefits.

For new scholars, grantees and borrowers:
  1. Copy of notice of award;
  2. Copy of Certificate of Enrollment/Registration Form or Official Receipt of Payment; and
  3. StuFAPs Contract
  4. for scholars and grantees – CHED Scholarship/Grant Agreement (StuFAPs Form 9.2)
  5. for borrowers – SNPLP Loan Agreement (StuFAPs Form 9.3)
For on-going scholars, grantees and borrowers:
  1. Photocopy of the certificate of enrollment/registration form;
  2. Certified true copy of grades during the previous semester issued by the registrar or his/her authorized school representative; and
  3. Photocopy of valid school ID, upon claim of financial benefits.

Rules to be observed by scholars, grantees and borrowers.

  1. Enroll in identified priority courses (see CHED Priority Courses Table below) in duly authorized HEIs;
  2. Maintain a weighted average grade of at least 2.5, B or 80% for scholars, and a weighted average grade of at least a passing grade for grantees and borrowers;
  3. Carry a normal academic load and finish within the duration of the course or curricular program;
  4. Transfer only to duly authorized higher education institutions and to identified priority courses upon approval of concerned CHEDRO; and
  5. Request approval from CHEDRO to defer enrolment during the semester for meritorious reasons for not more than one AY in the whole duration of the academic program.

CHED Priority Courses for AY 2014-2015 to AY 2017-2018
CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 01, s. 2014
Information Technology                                        Science and Math
Information Technology and Computing Studies                  BS Math
Multimedia                                                                     BS Physics
Animation                                                                      BS Biology
Programming                                                                 BS Chemistry
Computer Science                                                          BS Marine Biology/Science
Information System Management                                     BS Applied Physics
Bachelor in Library Science and                                        BS Geology
Information System Major in System Analysis                     BS Earth Science
BS Applied Mathematics
Agriculture and Related Fields                                           BS Statistics/Applied Statistics
Agro Forestry                                                                 Atmospheric Science
Veterinary Medicine                                                        Environmental Science
Agricultural Engineering
Agribusiness/Management                                     Health Sciences
Agricultural Entrepreneurship                                            Pharmacy
Agricultural Technology                                                   Radiology Technology
Agriculture                                                                     Medical Technology
Fisheries                                                                        Physical Therapy
BS Food Technology                                                        BS Nutrition
Agricultural Economics
Arts and Humanities
Teacher Education major in                                              Creative and Performing Arts
Math                                                                             BS Religious Education
Science                                                                         BS Philosophy
Physics                                                                         BS Theology
Chemistry
Reading                                                             Social and Behavioral Sciences
English                                                                          BS Psychology
Educational Media/Technology                                          BS Social Work
Special Education (SPED)                                                 Human Development
Human Kinetics                                                              Guidance and Counselling
Physical Education and Sports Science
Bachelor of Physical Education major in School PE    Business Administration and related courses
Early Childhood Education                                                BS Accountancy
Environmental Planning (for Teachers)                               Business Data Outsourcing
MAPEH                                                                          Business Process Outsourcing
Music Education                                                              Construction Management
Art Education                                                                 Tourism
Health Education
Architecture
Engineering                                                                   BS Architecture
Mechanical                                                                    Landscape Architecture
Electronics                                                                     Interior Design
Communication                                                              Environmental Planning
Metallurgical/Mining                                                        Fine Arts
Computer                                                                      Urban Planning
Biomedical
Chemical                                                            Maritime
Geodetic                                                                       BS Marine Transportation
Electrical
Meteorological                                                    Communication
Mining                                                                           BA Communication
Geological                                                                     BA Journalism
Sanitary Engineering                                                       BA Broadcasting
Chemical Engineering                                                      BS Development Communication
Industrial Engineering
Civil Engineering                                                  Others (to be determined by the Region)
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Bio Chemical Engineering

Grounds for termination of scholarship/grant/loan.

  1. Failure to maintain at least a weighted average grade of 2.5, B or 80% for scholars and a passing grade for grantees and borrowers within a given term;
  2. Dropping out from school without notifying the CHEDRO concerned;
  3. Deferment of scholarship/grant/loan without approval from CHEDRO;
  4. Carrying academic load below the normal number of units prescribed by the HEI for the term; and
  5. Transferring to another HEI/academic program without approval from the CHEDRO.

CHED Contacts Information.


CHED REGIONAL OFFICE
OIC
ADDRESS
TELEPHONE/FAX
CHEDRO I
DR. CARIDAD O. ABUAN
Director IV
Government Center, Sevilla, City of San Fernando, La union
Telefax. # (072) 242-27-50
Tel. # (072) 242-0238 /5017 700-2569
CHEDRO II
DR. EVELYN L. PASCUA
Director IV
Regional Development Center, Carig, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
Telefax. # (078) 846-4887
Tel. # (078) 844-4872;
846-3635
CHEDRO III
DR. VIRGINIA D. AKIATE
Director IV
Regional Government Center, Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel. # (045) 455-1662;
436-1846 to 47
CHEDRO IV-A
DR. LEONIDA S. CALAGUI
Director IV
2nd Floor, HEDC Building, C.P. Garcia Street, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel. # (02) 332-4734
CHEDRO IV-B
DR. TEOTICIA C. TAGUIBAO
Director
2nd Floor, HEDC Building, C.P. Garcia Street, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel. # (02) 386-4781
CHEDRO V
DR. FREDDIE T. BERNAL
Director
CHEDRO Building, EMS Barrio South, Brgy. 2, Legaspi City
Telefax. # (052) 481-5096; 820-4813
Tel. # (052) 481-509
CHEDRO VI
DR. VIRGINIA P. RESURRECCION
Director IV
#12 Washington /St., Jaro, Iloilo
Telefax. # (033) 320-6976; 329-5955
Tel. # (033) 508-8852
CHEDRO VII
DR. AMELIA A. BIGLETE
Director IV
National Government Center, Sudlon, Lahug, Cebu City

CHEDRO VIII
DR. LIBERTAD P. GARCIA
Office of the Director IV
Cor. Real Street and Calanipawan Road, Sagkahan, Tacloban City
Telefax. # (053) 523-4034
Tel. # (053) 523-7435/ 7288
CHEDRO IX
DR. EMYLOU B. YANGA
Director IV
Polytechnic Compound, Baliwasan Chico, Zamboanga City
Telefax. # (062) 991-7649
Tel. # (062) 991-7648/ 8974/ 7080
CHEDRO X
DR. ZENAIDA G. GERSANA
Director IV
Pelaez Sports Center, Don Apolinar Velez Street, Cagayan de Oro City
Telefax. # (08822) 72-4180
Tel. # (08822) 71-1231
CHEDRO XI
DR. RAUL C. ALVAREZ JR.
Director IV
Loyola St., Ba Obrero Univ. of Southeastern Phil. Compound Davao City
Telefax. # (062) 295-3418
CHEDRO XII
DR. MAXIMO C. ALJIBE
Director IV
Block 2, Reyes Subd. Brgy. Morales, Koronadal City
Telefax. # (063) 228-1130
Tel. # (063) 228-1127
CHED NCR
DR. CATHERINE Q. CASTEƑEDA
Director IV
2nd Flr., HEDC Bldg. C.P. Garcia Street, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel. # (02) 468-0213; 441-0879/ 0985
(02) 441-1224 / 0453
CHED Cordillera Administrative Region
DR. LUISA S. VALENCIA
Director IV
BSU Compound, La Trinidad, Benguet
Telefax. # (074) 422-2418
Tel. # (074) 422-2415
CHED Caraga
DR. ISABELA L. MAHLER
Director IV
CSU, Ampayon, Butuan City
Telefax. # (085) 815-0831
Tel. # (085) 342-5253;
815-2429
Source: Government Services and CHED

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