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STUDENT ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS
About the CSS's Student Academic Organizations
The academic organizations under the College of Social Sciences are formed and run by the students of the college and of the university. The eight organizations under the college each represent every Major and Minor discipline in the CSS.These organizations may follow different goals and visions in line with their respective disciplines, but they also work together to make the college and university an integrative space for learning and understanding for the students.
As with the CSS’s vision to provide a curriculum that is committed to disciplinal competence, the student organizations conduct activities and events where they can practice and share what they’ve understood in class, as well as learn from new perspectives and approaches outside their own chosen disciplines. As you will see, they mainly host seminars and lectures, often inviting known professionals to come and share their knowlege with the university body. The events and activities the organizations hold are always with close supervision by their faculty advisers as well as the university administration to ensure quality and safety.
The existence of the student organizations is not only limited to making up a student’s university experience, but they also serve to be intermediaries between the faculty and the students. These organizations are meant to be safe spaces for students to ask for assistance in academic matters, or simply, for healthy debate and intellectual conversations outside the classroom.
Joining an organization can be integral to a student’s campus life, and this is no different with the organizations under the CSS. While it is more academic in nature compared to those extra-curricular organizations found in campus, they also help students provide skills that can help them in their careers, such as research skills as well as management and organizational skills. Students can also learn and understand themselves even better. The most important thing that students can learn is the ability and the capacity to give back to their community, which is the essence of being a student of the University of the Philippines.
THE USC-CSS REPRESENTATIVES
THE USC-CSS REPRESENTATIVES
The USC-CSS Committee is composed of the student representatives, the chairpersons and vice-chairpersons of the student organizations. They work together to conduct student-related events and activities that are socially-engaged and are in line with the goals of the CSS.
According to the University Student Council Constitution, the duties of college representatives are as follows:
- To promote and protect the welfare of the students under their College;
- To pursue/ report/ forward the issues of their respective colleges to the Council for appropriate actions;
- To represent the USC in College Assemblies; and
- To perform such duties the Council or the Chairperson may assign to him/her from time to time.
Who are the current CSS representatives and who were the past CSS representatives?
AY 2022 – 2023
CHARLENE JEMIMA LOPEZ
AY 2021 – 2022
GIANNE ALEXANDRIA MARIÑAS
FRANZ ERICK CALANIO
STEFFANIE LYCKA PENEYRA
AY 2019 – 2020 & AY 2020 – 2021
AY 2018 – 2019
Events and Activities
Suhay Soksay 2023 Calendar of Events
Suhay Soksay 2023
Call for nominations to honor society
Mga Disiplina sa Soksay
Townhall Planning for AY 2022-2023
USC-CSS Representatives Consultation with Dean and SRO
Consultation with CSS Admins
Ligtas na Balik Eskwela Focused Group Discussion
CSS WEEK: Soksay Sikhay
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