Student Organizations

Campus Life and Leadership

Campus Life and Leadership provides students with the resources and support they need along their learning journey. We connect students with public service opportunities, student organizations, leadership development, student legal services, and student conduct. Campus Life and Leadership is the hub for transformational student leadership and community engagement.

Supreme Student Council

Under the direct supervision of the Student Personnel Services, the SSC is geared towards student empowerment and self-reliance. It aims to help the student voice out their concerns and express themselves in the proper way. SSC Officers are the emblem of Perpetualite student quality; excellence in education, sports, and leadership. They participate and enjoin students in civic and social affairs, harnessing pure Filipino culture.

SSC is created to excel in interdisciplinary fields building a profound arena for students dynamism; exploring possibilities of new innovations; exercising students rights and responsibilities while being guided by the Students’ Constitution and By-Laws.

“The Supreme Student Council Officers are student leaders in all fields rallying men and women toward common goal.”

Contact Information

Student Personnel Services
(02) 871- 0639 local 160

Supreme Student Council
(02) 871 0639 local 199

The Perpetualite
(02) 871 0639 local 146

Student Handbook

Supreme Student Council and Sectoral Organizations

This directory is meant to be a comprehensive listing of all student groups at University of Perpetual Help System DALTA. The information was provided by the STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES with cooperation of Office of the Coordinator for Student Organizations & Activities.

Student Council Officers

Las Piñas Campus
President:   Mark Leo C. Hablado
Vice President:   Averry Joseph Ang
Secretary:   Christine Anne P. Castro
Treasurer:   Julius D. Duenas
Auditor:   Rafael F. Falsario
Business Manager:    Kenneth Joseph P. Dalupirit
PRO:   Jehan Marie A. Penalosa

Calamba Campus
President:   Mart Noriel Melendres
Vice President:   Paolo Felix Cheng

Architecture Student Council

Calamba Campus
President:   Arianne Joyce M. Saturno
Vice President:  Mary Jean B. Esma

Arts & Sciences Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   Rovin DL Rivera
Vice President:  Celina Grace Anne L. Guinoo
Secretary:  Michelle Mae S. Acop
Treasurer:  Katrina P. Fabro
Auditor:  Eloisa R. Villarias
Business Manager:  Kristian Joseph C. Legaspi
PRO:  Ezhayra Mae O. Flores

Business Administration Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   Raina Marella L. Depusoy
Vice President:   Joemar D. Bangit
Secretary:  Samuel P. Wenceslao
Treasurer:  Dyza Larrae E. Bustamante
Auditor:  Ma. Francesca L. Artificio
Business Manager:  Alexa Mariah R. Juco
PRO:   Isaiah Riedel R. Cadag

Calamba Campus
President:   Rodrigo A. Burgos Jr.
Vice President:  Alecs Kaye Zulueta

Computer Studies Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   John Cycle V. Namit
Vice President:  Matthew Nelson A. Manuel
Secretary:  Sarah C. Bartolome
Treasurer:  Eriq Sean Christoper A. Riego
Auditor:  Andrea C. Bandiola
Business Manager/PRO:    Bob Recto A. Abobo
PRO:    Adrienne Kirsty Abagatnan

Calamba Campus
President:   Leah Rose I. Coronado
Vice President:  Elaine Cristel P. Elleazer

Criminology Student Council

Las Piñas City
President:   Paulo Jr. Maliksi
Vice President:  Khatreena Jeune M. Yulo
Secretary:  Nicole B. Suarez
Treasurer:  Rafaela T. Olermo
Auditor:  Shawn Benjamin J. Ongkiko
Business Manager:  Raven L. Toletino
PRO:  Ralph William C. Degracia

Calamba City
President:   Albert Patrick Maliese
Vice President:  Sarah Jamaica Armada

Dentistry Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   Marvie Flor D. Labor
Vice President:   Nicole Andre C. Miclat
Secretary:  Jeong Haeun
Treasurer:  Nicole Andre Miclat
Auditor:  Dancel Marie A. Guden
Business Manager:  Hannah Esther Mayor
PRO:   Marvie Flor D. Labor

Education Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   Gabriele Ann P. Ignacio
Vice President:  Van Josef J. Manaog
Secretary:  Lance Dexter S. Cabarloc
Treasurer:  Mitzi Marie C. Dolorito
Auditor:  Jerric Louis F. Braga
Business Manager:  Monica D. Serdan
PRO:  Joanna Nicole P. Del Mundo

Calamba Campus
President:   Jescy Laurence A. Fernandez
Vice President:  Venus Jane Miranda

Engineering Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   Mari Jolina M. Torres
Vice President:  Jefferson E. Fuentes
Secretary:  Roanne Shanneth V. Amponin
Treasurer:  Christian N. Illigan
Auditor:  Jeremiah Ann L. Dee
Business Manager:  Emmanuel Joshua L. Paglinawan
PRO:   Christiane Jercel E. Junio

Calamba Campus
President:   Roselle Magalona
Vice President:  Stephanie Turnos

International Hospitality Management Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   John Wacky T. Valeriano
Vice President:  Rica Amielle G. Manalo
Secretary:  Dean Ivy C. Zamudo
Treasurer:  Deanne Z. Española
Auditor:  Jan Patrick G. Contawe
Business Manager:  Justin Rendell B. Bautista
PRO:   Kandice Ezra A. Realubit

Calamba Campus
President:   Jackylou M. Petalcorin
Vice President:  Mary Jade V. Jamilla

Maritime Education Student Council

President:   Rey Kim John C. Oroc
Vice President:  John Jerik T. Nepales
Secretary:  Hennie Joy M. Abiera
Treasurer:  Nathan John R. Teodones
Auditor:  Karla Joyce G. Pagallaman
Business Manager:    Nathan A. David
PRO: Joshua F. Cretencio

Medical Technology Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:  Jester Carl G. Maralit
Vice President:  Ana Marie T. Laylo
Secretary:  Ruth H. Montevirgen
Treasurer:  David Hero A. Barrientos
Auditor:  Ma. Clara R. Cabaluna
Business Manager:   John Samuel D. Bungag

Calamba Campus
President:  Christine Joy D. Sumagingsing
Vice President:  Jara Mae C. Tanate

Nursing Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:  Margie P. Santiago
Vice President:  Princess Angelina C. Lim
Secretary:  Marinella Nicole M. Dalusag
Treasurer: Monica Kate S. Strike
Auditor:  Jelvin R. Legaspi
Business Manager:    Khie An F. Ocampo
PRO: Jerico Philip B. Bacolor

Calamba Campus
President:  Vera Isabel S. Seblante
Vice President:  Melchiezedek Ezekiel T. Parayno

Pharmacy Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   Jonh Paul P. Javier
Vice President:  Jasmine D. Cornelio
Secretary:  Vanessa Gayle Fajura
Treasurer:  Ma. Hannah R. Carido
Auditor:  Erla Grace N. Sarmiento
Business Manager:   Ruvy Ruthe Hermio
PRO:   Rose Anne C. Faduga

Calamba Campus
President:   Marvie Joy A. Solis
Vice President:  John Mac Gil F. Dalusong

Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   Josephyn Alec R. Aure
Vice President:  John Paul Crisostomo
Secretary:  Danna Mae M. Dingli
Treasurer:  Patricia Nadine G. Nadales
Auditor:  Hannah Leah P. Fernandez
Business Manager:   Julia Monica N. San Jose
PRO:   Joshua Jerome C. Rivera

Calamba Campus
President:  Priscilla Danielle Ilagan
Vice President:  Rafael Guiang

Radiologic Technology Student Council

Las Piñas Campus
President:   Princess Nicole Ashley Naval
Vice President:  Joseph Daniel Dichosa
Secretary:  Rio Anne Hizole
Treasurer:  Monetter Adri
Auditor:  Princess Nicole Bautista
Business Manager:  Desiree Allen C. Averion
PRO:  Marielle Olaes

Calamba Campus
President:  Christian Kenneth B. Simbe
Vice President:  Krista Mae Mercado

Respiratory Therapy Student Council

President:   Angelika Julianne DL. Cabatay
Vice President:  Julianne Paula C. Afan
Secretary:  Shamiera A. Baga
Treasurer:  Anadel T. Canales
Auditor:  Jomari B. Sullano
Business Manager:    Karl Angelo R. Tolentino
PRO: Alynne Ainier C. Antonio

University Library

The goal of the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA library and media center is to ensure that all members of the school community have equitable access to books for reading, and research information.

The University library and media center is a collaborative venture in which school, teachers, and administrators work together to provide opportunities for the social, cultural, and educational growth of students.

  1. Present your Student Registration form to the Circulation Staff.
  2. Fill out and submit the form to be given by the staff. A confirmation stub will be issued.
  3. Present the confirmation stab to the ICT section for your photo to be taken for the Library Profile.

The book collections for circulation are on open shelves. It is arranged according to the Library of Congress Classification (LCC) Schemes.

Books frequently borrowed are placed in this section. The collection also includes collateral reading materials recommended by UPHSD faculty members as required reading for courses and for the shared use of all students enrolled in these courses.

Performing Arts Group

The Performing Arts Group is the umbrella organization of all artistic activities in the fields of music, theater, song and dance which serve as a haven for student-artists from various colleges of the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA. It is a point of convergence for young student-artists armed with the desire to become performing artists who shall make the nation proud.

UPH Chorale members participate in a number of events and concert performances on and off-campus. Members learn proper vocal production and technique, music reading skills, sight-singing skills, and performance skills. Choral performances and tours are among the true highlights of college life.

The Sanlahi Pangkat Mananayaw takes its name from two coined words, Isang Lahi which literally means, One Race. The talented members of the group uphold the belief that they are catalysts in preserving, promoting, and developing the Philippine culture and the arts in the university. They regularly perform their repertoire of classical, folk, and contemporary dances in folk dance festivals and invitational performances for various organizations around Metro Manila and nearby provinces.

Dulaang Perpetual is the official resident student theater organization of PAG. It is a collective of young Perpetualiate artists and performers who create and stage plays from different theatrical genres, from contemporary to classical, and from experimental to guerilla performances (street performances) which shows the flexibility of the company and its student – actors.

Dulaang Perpetual aims to promote arts as an alternative to classroom instructions and means of molding talents of young Perpetualites. It is also committed to equip the members with the necessary skills, training and discipline in order to produce the country’s future mentors, trainers, artist in the field of Philippine theater.

Sports and Athletics

Perpetual Help maintains a distinguished tradition of student participation in sports. The Sports Department’s Intramural Sports Program is designed to encourage student involvement in sports activities. The department also supports the national development of athletics through its rigorous training of athletes who regularly compete in local, national, and international sports leagues.

University of Perpetual Help System DALTA hosted the NCAA Season 94 with the theme, “UnParalleled Heights through Sports Development”.

The Perpetual Altas holds the crowns in Season 94 for Volleyball Men’s (back-to-back) and Volleyball Juniors (five-peat). The Junior Altas also bagged their first General Championship since joining the league in 1984.

The NCAA Season 95 will open on July 7, 2019 at the Mall Of Asia Arena with the theme, “Inclusivity for All” which will be hosted by the Arellano University.

Participating Schools

  • Arellano University
  • Colegio de San Juan de Letran
  • De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde
  • Emilio Aguinaldo College
  • Jose Rizal University
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University
  • Mapua University
  • San Beda University
  • San Sebastian College – Recoletos
  • University of Perpetual Help System DALTA

Guidance and Counseling

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Guidance and Counseling Services Office aims to promote and enhance student success through leadership, guidance, counseling, advocacy, and collaboration with parents, teachers, administrators, and community partners.

Markers of student success include academic achievement, positive behavior, career/college readiness, and resiliency.

THE GUIDANCE CENTER CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:

  • Helps you discover more about yourself as well as your uniqueness
  • Enriches you internally
  • Helps you gain friends
  • Provides individualized psychological evaluation
  • Helps clarify and evaluate:
    1. your intellectual capacity
    2. your various skills and aptitudes
    3. your interests, preferences
    4. your attitudes and values
    5. your temperament and personality
  • Annual Job Fair – provides students with starting career opportunities.
  • Pre-Employment Orientation Program – aligns the students in preparing themselves looking for a job.
  • Direct Hiring Activities – Let companies screen and interview graduating students INFORMATION.
  • Provides various information about:
    1. University policies
    2. Job opportunities
    3. Other school
  • Disseminates information to enrich educational, occupational, and self-understanding of the students.
  • Seeks to answer researchable problems in the University.
  • Devices feasible studies and in consonance with the development plan of the school.
  • Gives qualitative and quantitative evaluation based on the result of the study.
  • Monitors students while in school or after they have left school.
  • Locates and offers assistance to maladjusted individuals.
  • Determines how much progress has been accomplished by students.