The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) serves as the official communication link of students with other officials in the College, the student body and the general public on matters concerning student welfare and development, student activities and student discipline. It also acts as the extension of the Administration on matters related to the implementation of College regulations concerning appropriate student behavior.
The Office takes charge of regulating the operations as well as the activities of all duly accredited or registered student organization in the College, in coordination with the existing Student councils. This is for the purpose of providing the necessary guidance and assistance in the optimum development and utilization of the student’s potentials which are directed towards the attainment of their respective organizational goals and objectives as envisioned in their approved Constitution and By-laws. It also takes charge of training programs designed to produce a pool of student leaders who are actively involved in their own development and that of the communities where they operate. It coordinates with other support services of the different College in the regulation and supervision of student activities. The functions of this office are to promote individual student learning and development through educational programs that generate awareness of the relationship between the student's education, skills and attitudes needed to function in a changing society; to provide services which accommodate and stimulate the learning process and promote wellness; and to foster a campus community which promotes student involvement in their intellectual, social, cultural, spiritual, emotional, and physical development.

VISION

To promote students’ access, welfare, achievement, development and post graduate success.

MISSION

The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) strives to develop students for their physical, intellectual, political, moral, spiritual, and socio-cultural development.

OBJECTIVES

1.     To coordinate and develop  non-academic areas of student life;

2.     To plan, implement and evaluate  projects, programs and services;

3.     To assess student’s total situation realistically as it relates to the current and future possibilities;

4.     To help students appraise their capabilities and possible accomplishments;

5.     To give every individual the assistance needed in all areas of life situation; and

6.     To help students become integrated, self-directed and self-sufficient.