CITIZENS` CHARTER - Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration

UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, DILIMAN
OFFICE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR FOR ADMINISTRATIONS
CITIZENS' CHARTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
I. VISION STATEMENT...........................................................................................................................3
II. MISSION STATEMENT.......................................................................................................................3
IV. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES................................................................................................................4
V. FEEDBACK AND REDRESS MECHANISM.....................................................................................4
VI. LIST FRONTLINE SERVICES..........................................................................................................5
Effective System Flow...............................................................................................................................6
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administrations Frontline Services..................................................5
Accounting Office......................................................................................................................................7
Budget Office.............................................................................................................................................8
Cash Office.................................................................................................................................................9
Human Resource Development Office....................................................................................................10
Business Concession Office.....................................................................................................................16
Supply Property Management Office.......................................................................................................17
PABX.......................................................................................................................................................22
UMT.........................................................................................................................................................22
VIII.DIRECTORY................................................................................................................23
I. VISION STATEMENT
The OVCA seeks to bolster UP Diliman's bid for national and global recognition as the country's
premier national university in a major way. It is committed to creating the best and most hospitable
environment, through prompt delivery of top quality administrative services, in support of the
University's three major functions: excellence in instruction, research and extension. It hopes to
enhance the University's competitive edge and educational mission through periodic policy and
program reviews to prioritize finite budget resources, reduce administrative redundancy and achieve
maximum impact.
II. MISSION STATEMENT
OVCA is the office in charge of the overall implementation and administration of the policies relative
to personnel, finances, procurements, resources generation and utilities management in UPD.
The main task of OVCA, along with the units under its supervision, is to provide the needed support
and services that will facilitate the delivery of instruction, research and community/public service by
the academic units.
IV. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES:

To provide administrative and fiscal support services and resources in a spirit of integrity,
transparency, economy, efficiency, accountability and collegiality.

To be a model of economy, efficiency and competence in allocating and using its resources,
that is, optimally aligned with the needs of its clientele, as the steward of the University's
human, physical and financial resources.

To make delivery of its support service (fiscal, manpower and procurement) simple, costeffective, timely and prompt.

To advance the continuous promotion of staff welfare and development.

To improve personnel services through highly selective recruitment and hiring personnel,
competency upgrading
training of non teaching personnel and providing training
opportunities in the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and the latest
technologies.
 To continue review and evaluation of University policies on fiscal management, procurement
and human resource administration for their relevance and responsiveness to the changing need
of the University's academic and non academic units.
V. FEEDBACK AND REDRESS MECHANISM
Please let us know how we have served you by doing any of the following:
Offices
e-mails
Land lines
Officer -in-Charge
HRDO
[email protected]
9818500-2579
Mam Joy
OVCA
[email protected]
9818500-2851
Mam Joan
ACCOUNTING OFFICE [email protected]
9818500-2753
Mam Alice
CASH OFFICE
[email protected]
9818500-2762
Mam Lisa
BUDGET OFFICE
[email protected]
9818500-3019
Mam Perla
SPMO
[email protected]
9818500-4582
Sir Cenon
BCO
[email protected]
9818500-4026
Sir Dan
PABX
[email protected]
9818500-2070
Mam Jade
UMT
[email protected]
9818500-2070
Mam Riza
Thank you for helping us continuously improve our services
VI. LIST FRONTLINE SERVICES
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administrations
Accounting Office
http://ovca.upd.edu.ph/index.php/departments/dili
man-accounting-office
Budget Office
http://ovca.upd.edu.ph/index.php/departments/dili
man-budget-office
Cash Office
http://ovca.upd.edu.ph/index.php/departments/dili
man-cash-office
Human Resource Development Offices
http://hrdo.upd.edu.ph/
Supply Property Management Offices
http://spmo.upd.edu.ph/
PABX-UMT
http://ovca.upd.edu.ph/index.php/departments/voi
p-pabx
Business Concession Offices
http://ovca.upd.edu.ph/index.php/departments/busi
ness-concession-office
EFECTIVE SYSTEM FLOW
UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS
(PRESIDENT ,BOR,CHANCELLOR)
DILIMAN
OVCA
OVCA OFFICES
DEANS/DIRECTORS
HEADS/AOS
EMPLOYEES
FACULTY,REPS,ADMINS
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•
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Supervision and
implementation
Capacity Development
Requirements submission
Feedback mechanism for
decision making
VII. LIST FRONTLINE SERVICES
B.1 ACCOUNTING OFFICE
[A] PROCESSING OF VOUCHER FOR PAYMENT OF FIRST SALARY
Schedule: Monday – Friday (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
Stakeholders: UPD Employees (Newly Appointed)
Requirements:
 Copy of Appointment
 BIR Form
 Report for Duty
 DTR/COS
 Oath of Office
 Approved Application for Leave (if applicable)

Assets & Liabilities
Duration:1 Hour & 21 Minutes
Steps
1
Applicant
In behalf of the applicant,
HRDO submits appointment
with complete requirements
Service Provider
Receives documents
Verify completeness
Durations Persons in-charge Fees
HRMO
2 Minutes
2
Computes Salary
Prepares Voucher
10 Minutes
HRMO
3
Performs pre – audit
1 Minutes
HRDO Director
4
Prepares obligation request
3 Minutes
VC for Academic
Affairs
/Administration
5
Signs obligation request
2 Minutes
Chancellor
6
Provides budget clearance
1 Minutes
HRMO
7
Journalize entries
8
Signs Voucher
9
Prepares Check
10
Signs check
11
Cosigns Check
12
Received check payments
Release Check
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Form
[B]ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATION (Purpose: GSIS/PAG-IBIG/PHILHEALTH, ETC.)
Schedule: Monday – Friday (8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.)
Stakeholders: UPD Employees
Requirements: None
Duration: 14 Minutes
Steps
1
2
Applicant
Request for Certifications
Checks Accounting data
-Types certificate
-Prints and initials
3
4
Request to the Accounting
Office and Claim the
requested document
Service Provider
Verify purpose
Advises applicant re: release
of document
Durations Persons in-charge Fees
1 Minute
Accounting Office
Staff
Checks Accounting data
-Types certificate
-Prints and initials
10 Minutes
Accounting Office
Staff
Review and signs certificate
2 Minutes
Chief Accountant
Release document to the
applicant
1 Minute
Accounting Office
Staff
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B.2 BUDGET OFFICE
[1]Budget Preparation And the Budget Calendar
 The Planning Phase
 Budget Preparation
 Budget Authorization
 Budget Implementation
 Budget Accountability
[2]Funds Available to the Unit for Expenditures
Internal Operating Budget
 General Fund
 Revolving Fund
[3]Classification of Expenses or Obligations Charged Against the IOB
 Capital Outlay (CO)
 Current Operating Expenditures
 Personal Services (PS)
 Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE)
[4]Trust Funds – Student Fees
 Laboratory Fees
 Educational Development Fees
 Library Fees
 Athletic Fees
 Cultural Fees
 Medical Fees
Form
[5] Central Funds which can be tapped for Non-recurring Expenses
 General Maintenance Fund
 Supplementary Miscellaneous Expenses
 Faculty Development Fund
 Staff Development Fund
 Equipment Fund
 Reprogrammed or Programmed Funds for PS, MOOE, or CO
[6]Basic Budgeting and Accounting Concepts
• Recurring vs Non-Recurring Expenses
• Proper Charging of Obligations or Expenditures against the Proper Allotment
• How to Efficiently Monitor Fund Balances and Maximize the use of such Funds
• What to do with Unpaid Accounts Before the End of the Year
B.3 CASH OFFICE
[1]Collection of Income
 Sources of Income
 National Government Subsidy
 Tuition Fees of Students
 Sales of Goods and Services
 Operation of Physical Facilities
 Land Grants and Extension Services
 Trust Receipts
[2]Rules and Regulations Governing Collection and Utilization of Cash
 Official receipt must be issued immediately
 Collection must be deposited intact to the authorized depository bank
 Collection must not be used for payment of expenditures
 The Agency Head is responsible for the accounting of all income
 Cash collection is subject to frequent random audit by the COA
 The persons authorized to collect must render cash reports
 The persons authorized to collect must maintain a cash book
 Persons whose cash accountability exceeds P 1,999 must be bonded
 No new requisition of Official Receipt is allowed unless the previous requisition is already used
up
[3]Disbursements
 Rules and Regulations Governing payment of University Obligations
 Payment of Salaries
 Payment of Supplies, Materials, Equipment and Construction
 Reports and Records of Disbursements
[4]Short-Term Investments
By virtue of Executive Order No. 714, the University was granted the authority to manage and
control its affairs specifically those pertaining to fiscal matters. The University is allowed to
keep/deposit its income in a bank account maintained at PNB, instead of depositing it at the Bureau of
the Treasury. The DBM remits to U.P. cash allocations on a quarterly basis, thus, giving the University
the opportunity to invest temporarily unused portions of its cash budget on higher-yielding secured
investment/placement at the authorized government deposity bank.
The interest earned on investment is used as follows:
 20% is set aside for the purpose of increasing capital for investment.
 80% can be spent as authorized by the Board of Regents.
 Some of the uses are as follows:
 Faculty Development
 Honoraria /Allowances
 Financial Benefits
 MOE Augmentation
Custodian of Cash
Cash Office remits cash to autonomous campuses. This is done through direct issuance of funding
checks or through telegraphic transfer.
Cashiering Accountability
The Director of the Cash Office or any employee whose position entails handling of cash is responsible
for its accounting. It is the duty of that employee to tkae reasonable steps to minimize the risk of losses
and irregularities.
The head of unit recommending payment of any disbursement subsequently suspended or disallowed
by COA is secondarily liable for it.
B.4 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE
[A] PROCESSING OVCA-HRDO BASIC PAPERS
UNIT
Submit Basic Papers to
HRDO
Basic Papers for Renewal
of Regular,Casual,MC11Category,UP Contractual
For AdPFC
Papers selection
Basic
papers for:
Original
Transfer
Reemploym
entReappointm
entPromotion
Forward Basic Papers – to Diliman
Budget Office for clearance
HRDO Appointment Section
Preparation of Appointment papers
Vice-Chancellor for
Administration – SG 3-17
Office of the Chancellor –
SG 18 & above
HRDO Releasing of
appointment papers and preparation
of RAI for submission to Civil
Service Commission (CSC)
AdPFC
Approval
[B] Issuance of Service Records (For Active Employees)
Schedule: Monday to Friday (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
Stakeholders: Active Employees
Requirements: none
Duration: 13 Minutes
Steps
1
Applicant
Durations Persons in-charge Fees
Informs the applicant re:
schedule of release of document
1 Minute
HRMO
2
-Updates S.R
-Prints and Initials
5 Minutes
HRMO
3
-Signs S.R
1 Minute
HRDO Director
Release document to the
applicant
1 Minute
HRMO
4
Register in HRDO log book
for service record
Service Provider
Returns to HRDO as per
schedule and claim of the
requested documents
Form
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[C] Issuance of Service Records (For Separated Employees)
Schedule : Monday to Friday (8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.)
Stakeholders: Separated Employees
Requirements: none
Duration: 13 Minutes
Steps
Applicant
Service Provider
Durations Persons in-charge
1
Register in HRDO log book
for service record
Advices the Applicant re:
-Payment of Fees
-Date of release of document
1 Minute
HRMO
2
Pay to Cashier
Receives payment and issues
Official Receipt
5 Minutes
Cashier
3
-Checks SR from the files
-Prints and signs
10 Minutes
HRDO Director
4
Sign SR
1 Minute
HRMO
Verifies Official Receipt
-Releases document to the
Applicant
1 minute
HRMO
5
Returns to HRDO as per
schedule and claim of the
requested documents
End of Transactions
Fees
10.00 Php
per
document
Form
[D]Issuance of Certificate of Employment (Purpose: GSIS/PAG_IBIG/Provident)
Schedule : Monday to Friday (8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.)
Stakeholders: Active Employees
Requirements: none
Duration: 13 Minutes
Steps
1
Applicant
Service Provider
Register in HRDO to log book Advices the Applicant re:
for Certification
-Date of release of document
Durations Persons in-charge Fees Form
1 Minute
HRMO
2
-Checks Personnel data
-Type certificates
-Prints and initials
10 Minutes
HRMO
3
Sign certificate
1 Minute
HRDO Director
Release document to the
applicant
1 minute
HRMO
4
Returns to HRDO as per
schedule and claim of the
requested documents
End of Transactions
[E] Issuance of Certificate of Employment (Purpose: For Reference and/or Private Loans)
Schedule: Monday to Friday (8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.)
Stakeholders: Separated Employees
Requirements: none
Duration: 13 Minutes
Steps
Applicant
Service Provider
Durations Persons in-charge Fees Form
1
Register in HRDO log book
for service record
Advices the Applicant re:
-Payment of Fees
-Date of release of document
1 Minute
2
Pay to Cashier
Receives payment and issues
Official Receipt
5 Minutes
3
-Checks SR from the files
-Prints and signs
10 Minutes
4
Sign SR
1 Minute
Verify official receipts
-Release document to the
applicant
1 minute
5
Returns to HRDO as per
schedule and claim of the
requested documents
End of Transactions
[F] Request for Special Detail and issuance of Travel Authority (Foreign Trips)
Schedule: Monday to Friday (8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.)
Stakeholder: Active Employees
Requirements:
 Unit Head endorsed duly accomplish Request Form
 Letter of Invitation
 University Clearance (if applicable)
 Service Contract
 Surety Agreement
Duration: 20 Minutes
Steps
1
Applicant
Service Provider
Submit the requests with the
Receives the request and
complete requirement with the requirements from the
HRDO
applicant
-Check completeness
Durations Persons in-charge Fees
HRMO
2 Minutes
2
Evaluate receipts
Prepares Travel Authority
10 Minutes
HRMO
3
Signs HRDO Clearance
-Initials Travel Authority
1 Minutes
HRDO Director
4
Submit to the office of the VC Endorse request
Academic
Initials Travel Authority
Affairs/Administration
3 Minutes
VC for Academic
Affairs
/Administration
5
Submit to the office of the
Chancellor
Approve request
Signs Travel Authority
2 Minutes
Chancellor
6
Returns to HRDO as per
schedule and claim of the
requested documents
Verify official receipts
-Release document to the
applicant
1 Minutes
HRMO
End of Transactions
Form
Request Form
If applicable:
Univ.
Clearance
Service
Contract
Surety
Agreement
[G] Application for Leave
Schedule: Monday to Friday (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
Stakeholders: Central Administration Employees
Requirements:
 Application for Leave (Form 6)
 Medical Certificate
 Maternity Leave
 Vacation Leave of 30 calendar
 University Clearance
Duration: 20 Minutes
Steps
1
Applicant
Service Provider
Submit the requests with the
Receives the request and
complete requirement with the requirements from the
HRDO
applicant
-Check completeness
Durations Persons in-charge Fees
HRMO
2 Minutes
2
Evaluate receipts
Prepares Travel Authority
10 Minutes
HRMO
3
Signs HRDO Clearance
-Initials Travel Authority
1 Minutes
HRDO Director
4
Submit to the office of the VC Endorse request
Academic
Initials Travel Authority
Affairs/Administration
3 Minutes
VC for Academic
Affairs
/Administration
5
Submit to the office of the
Chancellor
Approve request
Signs Travel Authority
2 Minutes
Chancellor
6
Returns to HRDO as per
schedule and claim of the
requested documents
Verify official receipts
-Release document to the
applicant
1 Minutes
HRMO
End of Transactions
Form
Request Form
If applicable:
Univ.
Clearance
Service
Contract
Surety
Agreement
B.5 BUSINESS CONCESSION OFFICE
The Office under the stewardship of the OVCA, and shall continue to perform it mandates of
administering the business concessionaires of the UPD, and at the same time, undertake the needed
review of the rental rates of this with expiring contracts for the purpose of coming up with a more
realistic and competitive rates.
The BCO shall continue to pursue vigorously the collection of rental payments from delinquent
business establishments; and the enforcement of the terms of reference(TORs) of the contract between
UPD and its concessionaire. In the same vein it shall see to it University is properly compensated for
the utilization of its facilities and spaces for entrepreneurial endeavors by the various units.
Main Functions:
[1]Effective and Efficient Collection of :
 Rentals (space and land use)
 Fees (Permit-to-Operate/Vend)
 Other sources of income (temporary services, markets, etc.,) from businesses in the University
under its purview.
Evaluation and updating of Contracts of business operators in the University of the Philippines
Diliman (UPD) together with the monitoring of activities.
[2]Categories of Operators:
 Leases (lots and spaces)
 Canteen concessionaires
 Kiosks
 Ambulant vendors (Samahang Manininda sa UP Campus – SMUPC)
 Food deliveries
 Food sales
 Flea markets / Tiangge
 Businesses in Residential areas (For policy evaluation-Transitory)
[3]Issues and Concerns:
 Canteen concessions – Bidding and Monitoring
 Tiangge / Temporary Food Service (Food safety sanitation, Waste disposal, Security, Duration)
 Inquiries
 Resource generation zones
Flow Charts (Units Regular Requests):
Canteen Concessions:
B.6 SUPPLY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PROCUREMENT FLOWCHART:
A) MODE: BIDDING LESS THAN 1 MILLLION
B) MODE: BIDDING 1 MILLION ABOVE
C) MODE: DIRECT CONTRACTING (LOCAL & ABROAD)
D) MODE: REPEAT ORDER
B.7 PABX-UMT
1) Troubleshooting PABX & Telephony
Schedule: Monday – Saturday (8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.)
Stakeholders: UPD Employees
Requirements: None
Duration: 30 Minutes
Steps
1
Applicant
Request for disabled number
Service Provider
Durations Persons in-charge Fees
Technician verify the call error
PABX Technician
10 Minute
2
If slight problem call the client 10 Minutes
for immediate fixing
If Phone is damaged inform
the client about the time to
trouble shoot
PABX Technician
3
Recommend Solutions
5 Minutes
PABX-UMT
Supervisor
4
Request for testing the number Ticket problem resolve
once again
5 Minute
PABX Technician
End of Transactions
Form
VIII.DIRECTORY
Offices under the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administrations
Accounting Office
Diliman Budget Office (DBO)
Cash Office
Human Resources Development Office (HRDO)
Supply and Property Management Office (SPMO)
Utilities Management Team
PABX
Business Concessions Office (BCO)
Ms. Celeste P. Mamaril, Acting Director
Mr. Antonio M. Becoñado, Officer-in-charge
Ms. Leonila T. Balasbas, Acting Director
Dr. Angela D. Escoto, Director
Prof. Dan A. Saguil, Acting Director
Prof. Philip Christian Zuñiga, Team Leader
Ms. Christine Alejandro, Officer-in-Charge
Dr. Raquel B. Florendo, Director
Director of Institutes and Centers
Dr. Cynthia Neri Zayas
Atty. Flordeliza C. Vargas-Trinidad
Prof. Elizabeth Aguiling-Pangalangan
Prof. Harry Roque
Prof. Patricia Daway
Prof. Rowena Morales
Prof. Concepcion L. Jardeleza
Jay L. Batumbacal, JSD
Dr. Maria Faina Diola
Dr. Ebinezer R. Florano
Prof. Wilhelmina L. Cabo
Dr. Edwin Gaspar A. Alampay
Dr. Ma. Oliva Z. Domingo
Dr. Sonia D. Jacinto
Dr. Florian del Mundo
Dr. Carlo Arcilla
Dr. Cynthia Palmes-Saloma
Dr. Rolando V. Sarmago
Dr. Windell L. Rivera
Dr. Marie Antonette J. Meñez
Dr. Rene Rollon
Dr. Marian P. Roque
Dr. Maria Midea M. Kabamalan
Dr. Ricardo T. Jose
Prof. Roehl Jamon
Prof. Patrick Campos
Prof. Shirley P. Evidente
Dr. Aura C. Matias
Dr. Ariel C. Blanco
Dr. Joel Joseph S. Marciano Jr.
Dr. Alexis A. Acacio
Dr. Hilario Sean O. Palmiano
Dr. Guillermo Q. Tabios III
Dr. Fernando J. Germar
Dr. Soledad Ulep
Prof. Nestor O. Rañeses
Dr. Ronaldo San Jose
Col. Leopoldo A. Imbang Jr.
Dr. Patrick D. Flores
Dr. Jose Y. Dalisay Jr.
Dr. Ramon L. Clarete
Dr. Ramon P. Santos
Prof. James Ryan Jonas
Dr. Gerardo B. Agulto
Director, Center for International Studies (CIS)
Director, Office of National Administrative Register
Director, Institute of Human Rights
Director, Institute of International Legal Studies
Director, Institute of Administration of Justice
Director, Office of Legal Aid
Director, Institute of Government and Law Reform
Director, Institute for Maritime Affairs and Law of the Sea (UPIMLOS)
Director, Publications Office (NCPAG)
Director, Center for Policy and Executive Development
Director, Center for Leadership, Citizenship and Democracy
Director, Center for Local and Regional Governance
Director, Center for Public Administration and Governance Education
Director, Institute of Biology
Director, Institute of Chemistry
Director, National Institute of Geological Sciences (NIGS)
Director, National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
(NIMBB)
Director, National Institute of Physics (NIP)
Director, Natural Sciences Research Institute (NSRI)
Director, Marine Science Institute (MSI)
Director, Institute of Environmental Science and Meteorology (IESM)
Director, Institute of Mathematics
Director, Population Institute (PopI)
Director, Third World Studies Center
Director, Film Institute
Director, Office of Research and Publication
Director, Office of Extension and External Relations
Executive Director, National Engineering Center (NEC)
Director, Training Center for Applied Geodesy and Photogrammetry
(TCAGP)
Director, Electrical & Electronics Engineering Institute (EEEI)
Director, Institute of Civil Engineering (ICE)
Director, National Center for Transportation Studies (NCTS)
Director, National Hydraulic Research Center (NHRC)
Director, Building Research Service
Director, National Institute for Science and Mathematics Education
Development (NISMED)
Director, Institute for Small-Scale Industries (ISSI)
Principal, UP Integrated School (UPIS)
Commandant and Department Head, Department of Military Science
and Tactics (DMST)
Curator, Jorge Vargas Museum
Director, Institute of Creative Writing (ICW)
Director, Economics Research Center
Director, Ethnomusicology Center
Executive Director, UP Provident Fund, Inc.
Director, UP Foundation, Inc.
Deans
Arch. Mary Ann A. Espina
Dr. Elena Rivera Mirano
Dr. Eduardo T. Gonzalez
Dr. Miguela M. Mena
Dr. Ben Paul B. Gutierrez
Dr. Ramon L. Clarete
Dr. Rosario I. Alonzo
Dr. Aura C. Matias
Prof. Leonardo C. Rosete
Dr. Aurorita T. Roldan
Prof. Ronualdo U. Dizer
Prof. Julkipli M. Wadi
Atty. Jonathan P. Sale
Prof. Danilo L. Concepcion
Prof. Kathleen Lourdes B. Obille
Dr. Rolando B. Tolentino
Dr. José S. Buenconsejo
Dr. Maria Fe Villamejor-Mendoza
Dr. José Maria P. Balmaceda
Dr. Grace Aguiling-Dalisay
Prof. Jocelyn T. Caragay
College of Architecture (Archi)
College of Arts and Letters (CAL)
Asian Center (AC)
Asian Institute of Tourism (AIT)
Cesar E.A. Virata School of Business
School of Economics (SE)
College of Education (CEduc)
College of Engineering (CEngg)
College of Fine Arts (CFA)
College of Home Economics (CHE)
College of Human Kinetics (CHK)
Institute of Islamic Studies (IIS)
School of Labor and Industrial Relations (SOLAIR)
College of Law (CL)
School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS)
College of Mass Communication (CMC)
College of Music (CM)
National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG)
College of Science (CS)
College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (CSSP)
College of Social Work and Community Development (CSWCD)
Dr. Dennis S. Mapa
School of Statistics (Stat)
Dr. Mario R. Delos Reyes
Prof. Edison B. Cruz
Dr. Armand Salvador B. Mijares
Dr. Florencia Charito I. Sebastian
School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP)
Director, Technology Management Center (TMC)
Director, Archaeological Studies Program
Director, UP Diliman Extension Program in Pampanga (UPDEPP)
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