Grade 12 students present researches
April 4, 2019
Ten groups of Grade 12 students presented their researches during the Students' Research Forum conducted by the
University Research and Publication Center on March 23, 2019 at Tanghalang Michael Clark, Nepomuceno Building
The students guided by their advisers focused their research on the theme 'Research for Social Transformation'
which is aligned to the vision of Notre Dame University which is educating for Social Transformation in Mindanao.
The following researches were presented:
1. Social Status of the Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Community in Notre Dame University as Perceived by the Senior High School Students
2. Satisfaction Level of Notre Dame University Faculty and Staff in Using Development Bank of the Philippines Automated Teller Machine
3. Perceived Effects of Popular Culture Trends to the Behavior of Grade 11 STEM Students of Notre Dame University- Senior High School Students
4. Correlation of Gender and Students' Level of Acceptance on Premarital Sex
5. Factors Affecting the Senior High School Students in Patronizing Notre Dame University as a Service Business
6. Store Preference of Grade 12 Notre Dame University- Senior High School Students
7. Compliance of Online Sellers to the Principles of Marketing
8. Factors Affecting the Poor Academic Performance in Accounting of Grade 12 ABM Students in Notre Dame University- Senior High School
9. English Proficiency for Oral Communication: The Experiences of Grade 11 Students
10.Swearing and Impact to Social Relationship
NDU facilitates online application for CHED UNIFAST Scholarship
April 4, 2019
Notre Dame University through the Office for Student Affairs and Services (OSAS) facilitated the online application of
its students for the CHED Unified Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (UNIFAST) Scholarship on March 22- 23, 2019.
The OSAS in coordination with the University's ICT provided computer terminals at the Student Center Lounge to enable the
students to do the Automated Student Profiling.
The UNIFAST also known as Republic Act. No. 10687 reconciles, improves, strengthens, expands and puts under one body all government – funded
modalities of Student Financial Assistance Programs for Tertiary Education and special purpose education assistance in both public and private
“Tertiary Education" follows secondary education or high school. It includes post-secondary non-degree diploma, Technical-Vocational Education
and Training (TVET) and higher education programs like baccalaureate degrees (college) and graduate education (master's, Ph.D., etc.).
“Special Purpose Education Assistance" refers to research and scientific studies in the College and Masteral/ Doctoral level funded by StuFAPs.
It includes funding assistance for the following:
Writing and publication of books, manuscripts, theses, dissertations, scientific and technical journals
Production, filming and documentation (through digital technology) of research and studies
Development of instructional and academic materials and science models
New NDUAA Officers Inducted
March 25, 2019
Cotabato City Mayor Atty. Frances Cynthia Guiani-Sayadi inducted the newly elected officers of the NDU Alumni Association on February 28, 2019
at the Rebecca's Buffet, Cotabato City.
The new set of officers are:
President - Mr. Mustapha "Boy" Ala, Jr
Vice President - Mr. Johnny G. Balawag
Secretary - Atty. Ferdausi ali
Treasurer - Ms. Maria F. L.
P.I.O. - Mr. Date Manidsin P. Balabaran
Auditor - Mr. Rommel Pausal
Atty. Abubakar A. Katambak
Mr. Lincoln B. Bagundang
Mr. Mohammad Omar Pasigan
Dr. Susana S. Anayatin
Mr. Ibrahim Usop
The induction program was also attended by the NDU President, Fr. Francis Efren C. Zabala, OMI; the VP for Academic Affairs, Dr. Maria Araceli C. Juliano, deans of the different colleges and the student affairs and services (Dr. Ma. Theresa P. Llanno) and the Director for Social Development, Mr. Joseph Fernandez.
The newly inducted officers were elected during the NDU Alumni Assembly on December 9, 2018 at the University Gym.
CHEDRO XII Quality Assurance Team visits NDU
March 3, 2019
Notre Dame University President, Fr. Francis Efren C. Zabala, OMI, D. MIn, welcomed with grateful heart the CHED Regional Office XII Director, Engr. Ronaldo A. Liveta, CESE and his Quality Assurance Team to the University on February 22, 2019.
Engr. Liveta and the other members of the QA team, namely, Dr. Junaib Usman, Prof. Anabelle Dafielmoto and Engr. Jhan Jkem B. Fontanilla assisted the NDU-Institutional Sustainability Assessment (ISA) Team in the finalization of the ISA-Self Evaluation Document. ...
The CHED ISA-SED is a tool that can measure the internal capacity of an institution vis-a-vis the achievement of their vision and mission. It has five KRAs namely Governance and Management, Quality of Teaching and Learning, Quality of Research, Support to Student Services and Relations to the Community.
The chairpersons of the different committees presented their reports for critiquing. The chairpersons include Fr. Eduardo M. Santoyo, OMI, Dr. Maria Araceli C. Juliano, Dr. Estelita S. Gayak, Dr. Ma. Theresa P. Llano and Prof. Sheila G. Algabre.
Also present during the session were the deans of the colleges, members of the President's Council and the NDU-ISA Core Team.