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University Student Government

University Student Government

De La Salle University

De La Salle University

 AY 2013-2014

 AY 2013-2014

Operation REFOCUS

Operation REFOCUS

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Content Overview

Content Overview

11.. OOvveerrvviieew w oof f OOppeerraattioion n RREEFFOOCCUUSS

2.

2. MMaiain Tn Thrhrususts ts of of OOpeperaratition on RREFEFOCOCUSUS 3

3.. HHiissttoorry y oof f tthhe e UUSSGG 4

4.. OOppeerraattiioon n RReevvaammpp 5

5.. UUSSG G iin n PPeerrssppeeccttiivvee 6.

6. RRatatioionanale le of of OpOpeeraratition on RREEFOFOCUCUSS 7

7.. SSttrruuccttuurrees s oof f tthhe e UUSSGG 8.

8. PrPropopososed Aed Amemendndmementnts in ts in the Uhe USG CSG Cononststititututioionn 9.

9. CoCompmpararisison oon of Cf Cururrerent nt anand Pd Proropoposesed Sd Strtrucuctutureres is in tn thehe Executive Branch

Executive Branch 10

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Part 1

Part 1

Overview of Operation

Overview of Operation

REFOCUS

REFOCUS

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Operation REFOCUS is a program of the USG,

Operation REFOCUS is a program of the USG,

initiated by the USG-Office of the President which is

initiated by the USG-Office of the President which is

in line

in line with the

with the President's vision

President's vision of REFO

of REFOCUS.

CUS. The

The

objectives of the program are as follows:

objectives of the program are as follows:

1.

1. To aTo assssesess ths the se sysystetem anm and pd prorocecesssses ies in tn the he USUSGG 2.

2. To To drdrafaft at and nd prpropoposose ame amenendmdmenents ts in in ththe Ue USGSG Constitution

Constitution 3.

3. To rTo raiaise ase awawarereneness ass and nd enencoucourarage ge ininvovolvlvememenentt among members of the Lasallian c

among members of the Lasallian community on theommunity on the history, system and processes of the USG

history, system and processes of the USG 4.

4. To eTo ensnsurure pre propoper aer and gnd guiuideded td traransnsititioion in n in ththe USe USGG

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

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Research efforts were conducted to determine the

Research efforts were conducted to determine the

history of the USG and to identify areas for

history of the USG and to identify areas for

improvement in the USG.

improvement in the USG.

Consultations were made with elected and

Consultations were made with elected and

appointed officers of the USG

appointed officers of the USG particularly from the

particularly from the

Legislative branch, Executive branch, Judiciary

Legislative branch, Executive branch, Judiciary

 branch, and Constitutional Commissions.

 branch, and Constitutional Commissions.

 A group with representatives from all branches and

 A group with representatives from all branches and

Constitutional Commissions in the USG was formed

Constitutional Commissions in the USG was formed

to analyze the USG Constitution and its supporting

to analyze the USG Constitution and its supporting

documents.

documents.

PROGRAM DETAILS

PROGRAM DETAILS

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Meetings were held towards the latter part of the

Meetings were held towards the latter part of the

first term until latter part of second term.

first term until latter part of second term.

 A set of amendments for the Constitution was

 A set of amendments for the Constitution was

drafted and proposed through a resolution for t

drafted and proposed through a resolution for the

he

LA to discuss and decide on.

LA to discuss and decide on.

 While on the floor, further research and

 While on the floor, further research and

consultations may still be made

consultations may still be made through the

through the

initiatives and invitations by the LA.

initiatives and invitations by the LA.

Once the amendments are passed by the LA, the

Once the amendments are passed by the LA, the

USG shall endeavor itself to ratify these through a

USG shall endeavor itself to ratify these through a

plebiscite which is to be conducted before the end

plebiscite which is to be conducted before the end of

of

January 2014.

January 2014.

PROGRAM DETAILS

PROGRAM DETAILS

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Prior to the plebiscite, all students shall be

Prior to the plebiscite, all students shall be

informed and educated about the USG through

informed and educated about the USG through

an awareness campaign initiated by all branches

an awareness campaign initiated by all branches

in the USG including the Constitutional

in the USG including the Constitutional

Commissions.

Commissions.

Upon the success of the plebiscite, the General

Upon the success of the plebiscite, the General

Elections 2014 shall adopt the format as

Elections 2014 shall adopt the format as

stipulated in the ratified Constitution.

stipulated in the ratified Constitution.

 A transition process shall be made and a

 A transition process shall be made and a

transitory commission shall be formed to ensure

transitory commission shall be formed to ensure

proper and guided turn-over of the USG from the

proper and guided turn-over of the USG from the

outgoing officers to the incoming officers.

outgoing officers to the incoming officers.

PROGRAM DETAILS

PROGRAM DETAILS

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Part 2

Part 2

Main Thrusts of Operation

Main Thrusts of Operation

REFOCUS

REFOCUS

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University’s Vision

University’s Vision-Mission

-Mission

“De La Salle University is

“De La Salle University is a leading learner

a leading

learner--centered research University, bridging faith

centered research University, bridging faith

and scholarship, in the service of society,

and scholarship, in the service of society,

especially the poor.” 

especially the poor.” 

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USG Vision

USG Vision

“De La Salle University Student Government is

“De La Salle University Student Government is the

the

supreme autonomous representative body of the

supreme autonomous representative body of the

students, guided by the Lasallian princi

students, guided by the Lasallian principles of Faith,

ples of Faith,

 Service and Communion, that develops empowered

 Service and Communion, that develops empowered

 Lasallians engaged in

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USG Mission

USG Mission

1.

1.  Advance and defend students’ rights

 Advance and defend students’ rights

2.

2. Promote students’ holistic growth

Promote students’ holistic growth

3.

3. St

Stre

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then the i

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ty

4.

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The Vision of REFOCUS

The Vision of REFOCUS

The USG serves its members and promotes

The USG serves its members and promotes

positive development in our University by

positive development in our University by

recognizing, appreciating, and

recognizing, appreciating, and

supporting everyone’s roles

supporting everyone’s roles and creating a

and creating a

context where empathy, involvement, and

context where empathy, involvement, and

collaboration can thrive.

collaboration can thrive.

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The USG connects and engages with its

The USG connects and engages with its

members on a more personal and grounded

members on a more personal and grounded

level.

level. Establishing partnerships can pave ways for

Establishing partnerships can pave ways for

greater communication and accountability and help

greater communication and accountability and help

the USG step beyond creating activity-based projects,

the USG step beyond creating activity-based projects,

and move towards goals-based and issues-based

and move towards goals-based and issues-based

programs to address real concerns and promote

programs to address real concerns and promote

progress and development in the University.

progress and development in the University.

The Vision of REFOCUS

The Vision of REFOCUS

Representing You

Representing You

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The USG optimizes its potential to

The USG optimizes its potential to

recognize, empower, and support efforts

recognize, empower, and support efforts

and initiatives of fellow students.

and initiatives of fellow students. The USG

 The USG

creates venues where opportunities for

creates venues where opportunities for

participation and involvement will be made

participation and involvement will be made

more visible and more accessible for students

more visible and more accessible for students

and the Lasallian community.

and the Lasallian community.

The Vision of REFOCUS

The Vision of REFOCUS

Spotlighting Others

Spotlighting Others

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The USG is a catalyst in

The USG is a catalyst in connecting and

connecting and

unifying all the sectors inside the

unifying all the sectors inside the

University.

University. The USG facilitates opportunities

The USG facilitates opportunities

for volunteerism to help those in need, beginning

for volunteerism to help those in need, beginning

 with our fellow DLSU community members, in

 with our fellow DLSU community members, in

the spirit of inclusiveness.

the spirit of inclusiveness.

The Vision of REFOCUS

The Vision of REFOCUS

Bridging All

Bridging All

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 ADMIN

 ADMIN

USG

USG

STUDENTS

STUDENTS

160 ++ student 160 ++ student groups: groups: • • CSOCSO • • CAOCAO • • LSPOLSPO • • SMOSMO • • OCCSOCCS •

• COSCA LOVECOSCA LOVE •

• OSD (VarsityOSD (Varsity

Teams and Sports Teams and Sports Clubs)

Clubs)

• Other StudentOther Student

Groups Groups

REPRESENT REPRESENT

Students’ issues and Students’ issues and

concerns concerns

SPOTLIGHT SPOTLIGHT

efforts

efforts and and initiatives initiatives ofof fellow student groups, fellow student groups, administration, and other administration, and other

sectors sectors

BRIDGE BRIDGE

students to all sectors students to all sectors

(primary: (primary:

student-other

other

sectors

sectors

PRIMARY FUNCTION OF THE

PRIMARY FUNCTION OF THE USG

USG

(based on the vision of

(based on the vision of REFOCUS)

REFOCUS)

*

*USG must be able toUSG must be able to relate with the relate with the students on a students on a PERSONAL and PERSONAL and GROUNDED level. GROUNDED level.

*

*

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Part 3

Part 3

History of the USG

History of the USG

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Overview of the History of USG

Overview of the History of USG

1960’s

1960’s - Foundations of the Student Council

 - Foundations of the Student Council

LASSO: La Salle Student Services Organization

LASSO: La Salle Student Services Organization

LASSACO: La Salle Student Services

LASSACO: La Salle Student Services

Coordinating Organization

Coordinating Organization

1970’s

1970’s - Martial Law Period

 - Martial Law Period

1980’s

1980’s - Rebirth of the Student Council

 - Rebirth of the Student Council

1990’s

1990’s - Improving the Student Council

 - Improving the Student Council

2000’s

2000’s - Revisiting the Student Council

 - Revisiting the Student Council

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The 1960’s

The 1960’s

Foundations of the Student Council

Foundations of the Student Council

1960:

1960: LASSO

LASSO (La Salle Student Service

 (La Salle Student Service Organization)

Organization)

has been the “central ruling body”

has been the “central ruling body” of the students.

of the students.

1964

1964:: LASSO became

 LASSO became LASSACO

LASSACO (La Salle Student

 (La Salle Student

Service Coordinating Organization) to emphasize its

Service Coordinating Organization) to emphasize its

role as a

role as a “coordinating body”.

“coordinating body”. However, LASSACO felt

However, LASSACO felt

the apathy of students due to inability to

the apathy of students due to inability to feel the need

feel the need

of such participation for the school.

of such participation for the school.

1967

1967:: LASSACO became a

 LASSACO became a Student Council

Student Council for the

for the

purpose of having a

purpose of having a “representation” of

“representation” of student

student

interest in the administration and coordination with

interest in the administration and coordination with

the students.

the students.

1968-1971

1968-1971: The

: The Student Council encountered a

Student Council encountered a crisis

crisis

due to the different ideologies of those who were

due to the different ideologies of those who were

seated. Policies and decisions were still made solely by

seated. Policies and decisions were still made solely by

the administration.

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The 1970’s

The 1970’s

The Marital Period

The Marital Period

• 1972: All Student Councils 1972: All Student Councils and Student Governmentsand Student Governments

in the Philippines were

in the Philippines were abolishedabolished because of the because of the proclamation of

proclamation of Martial Law Martial Law ..

• 1974:1974: CSO (Council of Student CSO (Council of Student Organizations)Organizations)

 was established to have a decent coord

 was established to have a decent coordinating bodyinating body among

among students. students. CSO CSO serves serves as as the the representativerepresentative  body for students

 body for students but does not have any but does not have any legislative function

legislative function in order to protect students’in order to protect students’ rights and welfare in the community.

rights and welfare in the community.

• 1976: Some members of the CSO fought for the1976: Some members of the CSO fought for the

creation of a legislative body to defend the rights and creation of a legislative body to defend the rights and  welfare of the students in

 welfare of the students in the community and called itthe community and called it CORE (Council of Representatives)

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The 1980’s

The 1980’s

The Rebirth of the

The Rebirth of the Student Council

Student Council

1981: The CORE made a unanimous resolution on

1981: The CORE made a unanimous resolution on

putting the Student Council back in the

putting the Student Council back in the University and

University and

assisted a

assisted a Constitutional Convention (CON-

Constitutional Convention

(CON-CON)

CON)..

1982: CON-CON introduced the drafted constitution.

1982: CON-CON introduced the drafted constitution.

The Academic Council ratified the existence of the

The Academic Council ratified the existence of the

Student Council

Student Council and the first SC Elections was held.

and the first SC Elections was held.

1983-198

1983-1987: Crises happened during

7: Crises happened during these years. The

these years. The

first secretary was impeached, and another EXECOM

first secretary was impeached, and another EXECOM

officer resigned due to the President’s behavior towards

officer resigned due to the President’s behavior towards

tuition fee hike. The first

tuition fee hike. The first president that was impeached

president that was impeached

due to the Fees-on-Protest campaign wherein the VP

due to the Fees-on-Protest campaign wherein the VP

for Academics took over.

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The 1990’s

The 1990’s

Improving the Student Council

Improving the Student Council

1991-1992: Prepared the SC Constitution for r

1991-1992: Prepared the SC Constitution for revision.

evision.

1993-1994:

1993-1994:

 A student charter was prop

 A student charter was proposed and then eventually

osed and then eventually

passed.

passed.

The Student Council Assistance Fund was also

The Student Council Assistance Fund was also

established.

established.

SC Constitution was revised.

SC Constitution was revised.

1995-1996: Student Charter and SC

1995-1996: Student Charter and SC Constitution were

Constitution were

ratified.

ratified.

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The 2000’s

The 2000’s

Revisiting the Student Council

Revisiting the Student Council

2003:

2003: Operation Revamp

Operation Revamp was made in order to fix

 was made in order to fix

the problems of the Student Council by reforming their

the problems of the Student Council by reforming their

structures and directing revisions for the SC

structures and directing revisions for the SC

constitution.

constitution.

2008: The

2008: The Activities Assem

 Activities Assembly (AA)

bly (AA) was ratified in

 was ratified in

attempting to make the Student Council better.

attempting to make the Student Council better. It

It

consisted of Batch Representatives from the six

consisted of Batch Representatives from the six

colleges and other appointed officers of the VP

colleges and other appointed officers of the VP

 Academics.

 Academics.

2009: This year was the

2009: This year was the transition phase of SC into

transition phase of SC into

USG

USG by smoothing the man

 by smoothing the manuals for the respective

uals for the respective

positions and offices for the USG.

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The Year 2010 and Beyond

The Year 2010 and Beyond

Birth of the USG

Birth of the USG

2010-2011:

2010-2011: Student-driven

Student-driven Student Government

 Student Government

(Lorenz de Castro)

(Lorenz de Castro)

2011-2012:

2011-2012: ONE

ONE USG

USG

(Cabe Aquino)

(Cabe Aquino)

2012-2013:

2012-2013: Lasallian Citizenship

Lasallian Citizenship in the USG

in the USG

(Jana Cabuhat)

(Jana Cabuhat)

2013-2014:

2013-2014: REFOCUS

REFOCUS in the USG

 in the USG

(Migi Moreno)

(Migi Moreno)

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Summary of the History of USG

Summary of the History of USG

LASSO LASSO

(La Salle Student (La Salle Student Service Organization) Service Organization)

LASSACO LASSACO (La Salle Student (La Salle Student Service Coordinating Service Coordinating Organization) Organization) CORE CORE (Council of (Council of Representatives) Representatives) 1960’s 1960’s 1970’s1970’s (1974) (1974) (1976) (1976) (1982) (1982) (2010 - present)(2010 - present) (1960) (1960) (1964) (1964) (1967) (1967) 1980’s 1980’s 1990’s1990’s 2000’s2000’s (1972) (1972) (present) (present)

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Part 4

Part 4

Operation Revamp

Operation Revamp

(Student Council AY 2003-2004)

(Student Council AY 2003-2004)

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

PERSPECTIVE: PERSPECTIVE:

It all started last April 29,

It all started last April 29, 2003 during the second day of the 2003 during the second day of the SC Formation SeminarSC Formation Seminar when the EB had a

when the EB had a closed door meeting with Ms.Bonnet.closed door meeting with Ms.Bonnet. The EB identified various problems that exist

The EB identified various problems that existed in ed in the SC, namely:the SC, namely: •

• Endless supply of activities to students Endless supply of activities to students •

• Repetitive activities every year Repetitive activities every year •

• Lack of quality and  Lack of quality and long term planslong term plans •

• Results of activities  Results of activities were not plotted against the set objectiveswere not plotted against the set objectives •

• Activities were created for the sake of having done such Activities were created for the sake of having done such •

• “Quantity over quality” “Quantity over quality” mentalimentalityty •

• SC doesn’t focus on leadership formationSC doesn’t focus on leadership formation •

• Lack of good governance within the SC Lack of good governance within the SC •

• Students can’t distinguish SC and CSO because both provide the same thingsStudents can’t distinguish SC and CSO because both provide the same things •

• SC and CSO rival SC and CSO rival •

• Logistics problem Logistics problem •

• SC is  SC is not performing the way a student governmennot performing the way a student government should actt should act •

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

INITIAL PROPOSAL: INITIAL PROPOSAL:

Saint suggested a possible solution

Saint suggested a possible solution to all these problems.to all these problems.

MAIN THRUSTS

MAIN THRUSTS

Create

Create

Establish

Establish

Implement

Implement

How we, as student leaders, and the students view the

How we, as student leaders, and the students view the

Student Council is really important. Simply because the vision

Student Council is really important. Simply because the vision

of what we want to do with the institution emanate from that

of what we want to do with the institution emanate from that

perception. There are a number of

perception. There are a number of way

ways of looking

s of looking at the

at the

institution for a Student Council can pursue different

institution for a Student Council can pursue different

directions. Needless to say, each direction is in pursuit of a set

directions. Needless to say, each direction is in pursuit of a set

of goals and vision.

of goals and vision.

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

INITIAL PROPOSAL: INITIAL PROPOSAL:

From the standpoint of history and experience, the Student Council’s nature and From the standpoint of history and experience, the Student Council’s nature and

orientation could be summed up

orientation could be summed up into three characteristic roles.into three characteristic roles.

Campaign Center Campaign Center Activity Center Activity Center Service Center Service Center

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

INITIAL PROPOSAL: INITIAL PROPOSAL:

CAMP

CAMPAIGN

AIGN CENTER

CENTER

As a center of

As a center of leadership, the Student Council must continue to affirm leadership, the Student Council must continue to affirm its relevance byits relevance by addressing the issues confrontin

addressing the issues confronting the g the students, the community and the nation. In students, the community and the nation. In doing so,doing so, the Student Council is assuming its role as a campaign center.

the Student Council is assuming its role as a campaign center. There are structural problems and concerns

There are structural problems and concerns affecting the student sector that affecting the student sector that the institutionthe institution must engage. Anchored on the principle

must engage. Anchored on the principle of advancing the of advancing the rights and welfare of students,rights and welfare of students, the Student Council is

the Student Council is expected to take on the task of expected to take on the task of addressing issues that directly affectaddressing issues that directly affect its constituents. This is a birth-right

its constituents. This is a birth-right assumed by student leaders because other domains ofassumed by student leaders because other domains of society cannot be expected to fully take on the tasks of defending the welfare of the sector. society cannot be expected to fully take on the tasks of defending the welfare of the sector. Also, there are emergent issues affecting the nation that would require the sector to take a Also, there are emergent issues affecting the nation that would require the sector to take a

stand and be in solidarity

stand and be in solidarity with the with the progrprogressive forces advocating meaningful changes.essive forces advocating meaningful changes.

In pursuing this direction, the

In pursuing this direction, the Student Council should first educate its constituents in orderStudent Council should first educate its constituents in order to motivate and mobilize the student body to take part in collective actions and be involves to motivate and mobilize the student body to take part in collective actions and be involves

in concerted

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

INITIAL PROPOSAL: INITIAL PROPOSAL:

SERVICE CENTER

SERVICE CENTER

Service and leadership cannot be divorced. It is in

Service and leadership cannot be divorced. It is in this spirit that the Student Council is this spirit that the Student Council is viewedviewed as a center that provides services to

as a center that provides services to its constituents.its constituents. The material reality in campuses shows that much is desired when

The material reality in campuses shows that much is desired when it comes to providingit comes to providing auxiliary services and academic

auxiliary services and academic support to ease the burden of students. Where the governmentsupport to ease the burden of students. Where the government and the University administration fall short is the gap where the Student Council comes in. For it and the University administration fall short is the gap where the Student Council comes in. For it

is truly the institution’s concern to make the lives of students easier and make learning more is truly the institution’s concern to make the lives of students easier and make learning more

convenient. The Student Council must therefore institutionalize programs that would help convenient. The Student Council must therefore institutionalize programs that would help

provide for the much needed services of its constituency. provide for the much needed services of its constituency.

A concrete example of this service component is the creation of a Student Cooperative that A concrete example of this service component is the creation of a Student Cooperative that could offer affordable school supplies, meals and even computer rentals. This practice is already could offer affordable school supplies, meals and even computer rentals. This practice is already established in schools abroad. In Australia, every university has a Student Union operated by the established in schools abroad. In Australia, every university has a Student Union operated by the

Student Council. On a smaller scale, a Text Book Rental and Exchange Program could be put in Student Council. On a smaller scale, a Text Book Rental and Exchange Program could be put in place. The Student Council can request graduating classes to donate their old textbooks to the place. The Student Council can request graduating classes to donate their old textbooks to the

Program so that students need not buy books that they would only use for one trimester. Program so that students need not buy books that they would only use for one trimester.

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

INITIAL PROPOSAL: INITIAL PROPOSAL:

ACTIVITY CENTER

ACTIVITY CENTER

The more traditional function of the Student Council is to spearhead various campus The more traditional function of the Student Council is to spearhead various campus activities that are geared toward the holistic development of the student body. Taking into activities that are geared toward the holistic development of the student body. Taking into consideratio

consideration the n the many interesmany interests of ts of the students, the Student the students, the Student Council creates opportunitiesCouncil creates opportunities for expres

for expressing and actualizing sing and actualizing potentials of students that would not normally potentials of students that would not normally be tapped orbe tapped or harnessed in the confines of the classroom.

harnessed in the confines of the classroom. In addressing the extra-curricular development of the

In addressing the extra-curricular development of the students, the Council providesstudents, the Council provides venues for interactio

venues for interaction and consolidation. Activities n and consolidation. Activities such as competitions, athletic meets,such as competitions, athletic meets, parties, fairs and cultural progr

parties, fairs and cultural programs not only ams not only providprovide the e the necessary breather in the necessary breather in the hectichectic life of students but also foster the feeling of belonging to a community. Thus, making life in life of students but also foster the feeling of belonging to a community. Thus, making life in

campus richer and more meaningful. campus richer and more meaningful. The Student Council

The Student Council must be able to must be able to carefully identify strategic progrcarefully identify strategic programs and activities ams and activities thatthat would appeal to its constituency and involve the broadest participation. Bearing in mind would appeal to its constituency and involve the broadest participation. Bearing in mind

the traditional and annual activities in

the traditional and annual activities in campus, the leadership must also innovcampus, the leadership must also innovate andate and create new forms so as to continu

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

INITIAL PROPOSAL: INITIAL PROPOSAL: Campaign Center Campaign Center Activity Center Activity Center Service Center Service Center

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

SECOND PROPOSAL: SECOND PROPOSAL:

The EB met last September 9, 2003 to assess the state of the SC after its first term operations as The EB met last September 9, 2003 to assess the state of the SC after its first term operations as well as its

well as its officerofficers.s.

REVAMP

REVAMP

An Executive Order was released that day and approved by the LA last September 24, 2003. An Executive Order was released that day and approved by the LA last September 24, 2003.

• Assess the Student Council’s role for the next 10 yearsAssess the Student Council’s role for the next 10 years •

• Determine the vision and its  Determine the vision and its workable agenda for the next 10 yearsworkable agenda for the next 10 years

• Create policies, programs and action plans  Create policies, programs and action plans to actualize and heightento actualize and heighten such role and vision

such role and vision

• Assess the current structure and policies of the SC Assess the current structure and policies of the SC

• Draft a working  Draft a working constitutionconstitution

• Draft an implementing rules  Draft an implementing rules and regulation upon the and regulation upon the ratificratification ofation of the constitution

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

SECOND PROPOSAL: SECOND PROPOSAL:

Fruits of the Second Proposal: Fruits of the Second Proposal:

• Report on the SC History by the EB Report on the SC History by the EB

• Forum (c/o OVP-Activities) Forum (c/o OVP-Activities)

• Ad hocs Ad hocs

• Activity Streamlining Activity Streamlining

• Grievance Reform Grievance Reform

• Judiciary  Judiciary ConceptualizaConceptualizationtion

• Internal and External Affairs Internal and External Affairs

• Rules and Policies Rules and Policies

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

SECOND PROPOSAL: SECOND PROPOSAL: Student Body Student Body Country Country University University SC FRAMEWORK SC FRAMEWORK ? Roles ? Roles ? Functions ? Functions ? Plans ? Plans

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

SECOND PROPOSAL: SECOND PROPOSAL:

STUDENTS

STUDENTS

UNIVERSITY

COUNTRY

UNIVERSITY

COUNTRY

autonomous and autonomous and genuine student genuine student government government

co-equal and co-determinant co-equal and co-determinant sector treated with utmost regard sector treated with utmost regard

embody the libertarian ideals, embody the libertarian ideals,

nationalist aspirations and noble nationalist aspirations and noble

vision of a humane and vision of a humane and

sovereign society sovereign society

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

CONSTITUTION IN PERSPECTIVE: CONSTITUTION IN PERSPECTIVE:

Prepare

Prepared

d 1991-1992

1991-1992

Revise

Revised

d 1993-1994

1993-1994

Approved 1994-1995

Approved 1994-1995

Ratified 1995-1996

Ratified 1995-1996

Task Force on Constitutional Amendments

Task Force on Constitutional Amendments

1999-2000

1999-2000

Proposed Amendments 2000-2001

Proposed Amendments 2000-2001

Ratifica

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OPERA

OPERATION: TION: REVAMPREVAMP

PROPOSED UNIVERSITY STUDENT GOVERNMENT CONSTITUTION: PROPOSED UNIVERSITY STUDENT GOVERNMENT CONSTITUTION:

• Role of the SC for the next 10 years Role of the SC for the next 10 years

• Vision of the SC for the next 10 years Vision of the SC for the next 10 years

• Principles, Purposes and Policies to actualize the SC’s rolePrinciples, Purposes and Policies to actualize the SC’s role •

• Three co-equal and co-determinant branches of student government Three co-equal and co-determinant branches of student government

• A clear  A clear ideology that the SC can adhere toideology that the SC can adhere to

• Includes the students as the source of power of the student government Includes the students as the source of power of the student government

• Heightens the accountability of the officers Heightens the accountability of the officers

• Clear division of tasks Clear division of tasks

• Clear and organize structure of governance Clear and organize structure of governance

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Part 5

Part 5

USG in Perspective

USG in Perspective

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Is this the USG?

Is this the USG? An interview with Saint

An interview with Saint

 Anthony Tiu

 Anthony Tiu

March 19, 2013 (General Elections 2013

March 19, 2013 (General Elections 2013 Special Issue)Special Issue) By Juan Batalla and Miguel Luis Gayares

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Back in 2003, Student Council President Saint Anthony Tiu Back in 2003, Student Council President Saint Anthony Tiu

drafted a then

drafted a then revolutionary idearevolutionary idea: a University Student: a University Student Government, with three functional branches patterned after Government, with three functional branches patterned after the Philippine government.

the Philippine government. “The vision of the USG back then“The vision of the USG back then  was really to

 was really to create the right identity for a studentcreate the right identity for a student government

government. Back then, we were an. Back then, we were an activity generationactivity generation  body 

 body . Every now and then, Student Council (SC) officers. Every now and then, Student Council (SC) officers  would think of short-term projects versus lon

 would think of short-term projects versus long-termg-term sustainable programs.”

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““ And back then, the issue was And back then, the issue was [the SC’s][the SC’s] overlappingoverlapping primarily with the Council of Student

primarily with the Council of Student Organizations (CSO)

Organizations (CSO): the two could not distinguish: the two could not distinguish  who and what they were anymore, whether they were a  who and what they were anymore, whether they were a

government or just some student organization government or just some student organization.”.”

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“What

“What we were trying to address back then w we were trying to address back then was [our] needas [our] need for an

for an identity identity …So…So the vision was that the the vision was that the student councilstudent council should [stand] as a

should [stand] as a student governmentstudent government, to the point that, to the point that instead of creating activities, it should

instead of creating activities, it should create policies,create policies, advocacies, and services for the student body  advocacies, and services for the student body …”…”

Legislation Legislation

Coordination

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“That

“That was the rule agreed upon b was the rule agreed upon by the CSO and othery the CSO and other organizations. The entire student government would focus organizations. The entire student government would focus

mainly on

mainly on policy creation, creating resolutions andpolicy creation, creating resolutions and stands on issues

stands on issues at hand, whether University wide or at hand, whether University wide or national or international. The [USG] would

national or international. The [USG] would not create anynot create any activities or short-term projects

activities or short-term projects.”.”

Campaign Center Campaign Center Activity Center Activity Center Service Center Service Center Campaign Center Campaign Center Activity Center Activity Center Service Center Service Center

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““There will still be some executive power, butThere will still be some executive power, but thethe problem with the executive is that we think its problem with the executive is that we think its always about execution and activities

always about execution and activities, when it’s all, when it’s all about creating programs and execution in the

about creating programs and execution in the form ofform of creating policies. Lobbying a policy is executive power, creating policies. Lobbying a policy is executive power, right? You lobby this to the University President or to right? You lobby this to the University President or to

the Senate. The

the Senate. The USG really calls for someUSG really calls for some paradigm shift in terms of how

paradigm shift in terms of how we ground thewe ground the government

government.”.”

 ADMIN

 ADMIN

Lobby policiesLobby policies

USG

USG

and programs

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“A

“A good example is the batch good example is the batch government.government. Instead ofInstead of

creating batch level activities, it should instead utilize creating batch level activities, it should instead utilize

manpower in terms of lobbying [and] enforcing manpower in terms of lobbying [and] enforcing University wide advocacies.

University wide advocacies. So let’s say, for example, theSo let’s say, for example, the Legislative Assembly (LA) will create a policy or a stand on Legislative Assembly (LA) will create a policy or a stand on something. Batch Representatives should ask themselves: how something. Batch Representatives should ask themselves: how

can I translate this to my batch? What kind of program will can I translate this to my batch? What kind of program will enable me to deliver the stand to the rest of my batch? The enable me to deliver the stand to the rest of my batch? The

Executive Board will be responsible for

Executive Board will be responsible for large-scalelarge-scale representation, in terms of being active in representation, in terms of being active in committees inside the University, as well as committees inside the University, as well as  becoming front liners in advo

 becoming front liners in advocating stances oncating stances on national issues national issues.”.” EXECUTIVE EXECUTIVE BRANCH BRANCH LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH BRANCH LA Resolution LA Resolution

(policy, advocacy or stand) (policy, advocacy or stand)

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““The other thing is the fact thatThe other thing is the fact that there is a lack ofthere is a lack of understanding on what the USG really is for the understanding on what the USG really is for the

people who actually led the USG

people who actually led the USG, such as the USG, such as the USG presidents. Superficially,

presidents. Superficially, they call it a they call it a government, butgovernment, but they’re actually operating like a student council they’re actually operating like a student council.”.”

?

?

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“It

“It takestakes timetime. When we envisioned the USG, we knew it. When we envisioned the USG, we knew it  wouldn’t just happen overnigh

 wouldn’t just happen overnight; it came along with a five yeart; it came along with a five year sustainability program, where the

sustainability program, where the first year focused onfirst year focused on internal reforms

internal reforms…the…the USG for that year would focus onUSG for that year would focus on  what is needed in te

 what is needed in terms of internal reformsrms of internal reforms.. If necessary, weIf necessary, we stop some external ties so we

stop some external ties so we could focus internally could focus internally ..  After that one year, when you build

 After that one year, when you build up the internal capability,up the internal capability, the second year will be the year where you build the the second year will be the year where you build the external ties

external ties, thinking, ‘now that we’re strong internally, we, thinking, ‘now that we’re strong internally, we need to go out’. Then,

need to go out’. Then, these organizations can be linked up,these organizations can be linked up, creating a stronger alliance with each other, USG included creating a stronger alliance with each other, USG included.”.”

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“I

“I think it is very important thatthink it is very important that the USG institutionalizesthe USG institutionalizes principles in terms of running the USG

principles in terms of running the USG, such that even, such that even though the president may have a different view, for

though the president may have a different view, for as long asas long as the principles are clear and tackles that,

the principles are clear and tackles that, this is how the USGthis is how the USG should operate, then all parties could always come back should operate, then all parties could always come back

to the agreed principles

to the agreed principles. There might be some difference in. There might be some difference in policy creation and execution here

policy creation and execution here and there, but it should beand there, but it should be minor to the overall principles and strategy 

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My | I | Me

My | I | Me

Our | We | Us

Our | We | Us

“The

“The current limitation with our student leaders back then wascurrent limitation with our student leaders back then was this mentality:

this mentality: ‘This is my year, I will do whatever I can‘This is my year, I will do whatever I can for my batch.’

for my batch.’ There There was was aa lack of long termlack of long term sustainable envisioning of plans

sustainable envisioning of plans, so there was no , so there was no thoughtthought of:

of: ‘This‘This is what I want in the future; that is why I is what I want in the future; that is why I amam doing this today. Even though I neglect some

doing this today. Even though I neglect some of myof my current duties as a president, [creating a system]

current duties as a president, [creating a system] willwill still help me get

still help me get there’.there’.””

<

<

.

. ..

.

.

..

.

. ..

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The USG in its first 3 years: In retrospect

The USG in its first 3 years: In retrospect

March 19, 2013 (General Elections

March 19, 2013 (General Elections 2013 Special Issue)2013 Special Issue) By Nina dela Cruz and Martha Elisse Teves

(53)

 According to The

 According to The LaSallian’sLaSallian’s General Elections Special General Elections Special (2010), SC President Saint Anthony Tiu initially

(2010), SC President Saint Anthony Tiu initially conceptualized the USG in 2004 then

conceptualized the USG in 2004 then further revived byfurther revived by 2008 SC President Nicole Villarojo

2008 SC President Nicole Villarojo to achieve a moreto achieve a more efficient means of leadership and a more established efficient means of leadership and a more established

check and balance system

check and balance system. It was meant to stand for. It was meant to stand for competence, transparency and acco

competence, transparency and accountability in governance.untability in governance.

(2004) (2004) (2008) (2008)

USG

USG

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Since the USG is

Since the USG is a relatively new system, ambiguities anda relatively new system, ambiguities and loopholes in clauses are not uncommon. There have been loopholes in clauses are not uncommon. There have been additional clarifications and amendments incorporated from additional clarifications and amendments incorporated from the time of ratification.

the time of ratification. One of the problems encounteredOne of the problems encountered concerned information dissemination among

concerned information dissemination among students about the transition from SC to USG students about the transition from SC to USG..

STUDENTS

STUDENTS

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The USG had concretized three branches similar to

The USG had concretized three branches similar to thethe country’s political structure—

country’s political structure—the executive, legislative andthe executive, legislative and the

the judiciary…In comparison with the countr judiciary…In comparison with the country’s politicaly’s political map,

map, the question of the question of transparency and accountabilitytransparency and accountability still remain

still remain as the need towards an adequate delivery of as the need towards an adequate delivery of services to the students and to the society in a bigger picture. services to the students and to the society in a bigger picture.

LEGISLATIVE

LEGISLATIVE EXECUTIVE EXECUTIVE JUDICIARYJUDICIARY

STUDENTS STUDENTS

TRANSPARENCY

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In 2010, De Castro’s administration took on the USG’s first In 2010, De Castro’s administration took on the USG’s first run, after the transition from the Student Council. De Castro run, after the transition from the Student Council. De Castro

 believes that

 believes that the change was necessary, emphasizingthe change was necessary, emphasizing that the Judiciary branch was a key attribute to

that the Judiciary branch was a key attribute to thethe new structure

new structure. As with . As with anything, however, problemsanything, however, problems abounded the first year of the

abounded the first year of the USG.USG.

LEGISLATIVE

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For Jana

For Jana Cabuhat’sCabuhat’s administration, she shares that administration, she shares that the mainthe main problem was having everyone land the same idea problem was having everyone land the same idea about the USG

about the USG. Cabuhat asserts that. Cabuhat asserts that the constitution hasthe constitution has  yet to be fully interprete

 yet to be fully interpreted by the Judiciary, and evd by the Judiciary, and everyery  year, a new interpret

 year, a new interpretation of it crops upation of it crops up. Thus, she notes. Thus, she notes that in the three years of USG’s official functions, it would be that in the three years of USG’s official functions, it would be hard to gauge its efficiency yet as she believes that in order for hard to gauge its efficiency yet as she believes that in order for

the University to yield the

the University to yield the results,results, a certain degree ofa certain degree of consistency must transpire

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Direction? The problems of an aimless

Direction? The problems of an aimless

Presidency 

Presidency 

March 19, 2013 (General Elections

March 19, 2013 (General Elections 2013 Special Issue)2013 Special Issue) By Juan Batalla

(59)

Cabuhat furthers that nothing can be done because

Cabuhat furthers that nothing can be done because thethe constitution does not give the president direct constitution does not give the president direct  jurisdiction over any

 jurisdiction over anythingthing. She adds that it is all about. She adds that it is all about representation, giving directions without any real first steps representation, giving directions without any real first steps

as opposed to the Vice President of Internal Affairs or as opposed to the Vice President of Internal Affairs or External Affairs or Office of the Secretary or Office of the External Affairs or Office of the Secretary or Office of the

Treasurer that have specific tasks. She conc

Treasurer that have specific tasks. She concludes,ludes, “The“The President really just oversees everything, especially President really just oversees everything, especially

if everyone has their own independent vision.” if everyone has their own independent vision.”

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The problem of coordination is

The problem of coordination is the prevalentthe prevalent

obstacle that hampers a USG’s overall effectiveness obstacle that hampers a USG’s overall effectiveness

in that certain redundancies occur in terms of in that certain redundancies occur in terms of activity coordination

activity coordination. For instance, an October 2010. For instance, an October 2010 article from The LaSallian

article from The LaSallian cites that during de Castro’s term,cites that during de Castro’s term, a lot of fundraising activities focused on shirt sales a lot of fundraising activities focused on shirt sales  without diversifying the kinds of student activities  without diversifying the kinds of student activities

available

available. Conversely, during Aquino’s time, a December. Conversely, during Aquino’s time, a December 2011 article from The

2011 article from The LaSallian examined that sometimes,LaSallian examined that sometimes, the advocacy-based activities, due to their volume, the advocacy-based activities, due to their volume,  were unable to secure large audiences for VIP guests  were unable to secure large audiences for VIP guests

 who conducted lectures and deliver

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Cabuhat

Cabuhat shares, “There are times during the year when shares, “There are times during the year when II  just feel exasperated on setting

 just feel exasperated on setting the direction for the wholethe direction for the whole USG,” citing that

USG,” citing that particular bodies in the USG wereparticular bodies in the USG were stubborn in following the strategic vision

stubborn in following the strategic vision that she that she set at the start of the year.

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Moreno’s main vision is

Moreno’s main vision is refocusing the USG torefocusing the USG to remember its priorities and re-examine the remember its priorities and re-examine the

functionality of the system

functionality of the system, and ensure closer, and ensure closer coordination between the USG and all of

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From the past USGs, [Moreno] noticed

From the past USGs, [Moreno] noticed a lack of a reala lack of a real grasp of what it means to

grasp of what it means to have a student governmenthave a student government.. He explains, “From the start, we focused too much on

He explains, “From the start, we focused too much on activities, and failed to see our

activities, and failed to see our greater role as representativesgreater role as representatives and policy-makers. It was

and policy-makers. It was as if the [Student Council] beforeas if the [Student Council] before simply changed its name to USG.

simply changed its name to USG. Though there have beenThough there have been efforts last year and even this year to try to assume USG’s true efforts last year and even this year to try to assume USG’s true

nature, I believe that

nature, I believe that the efforts allotted for this goalthe efforts allotted for this goal have not been enough

have not been enough.”.”

GOAL GOAL

USG Transition Meter USG Transition Meter Original Nature of USG Original Nature of USG First 3 Years of USG

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Challenges for the USG

Challenges for the USG

1.

1. Is

Is th

the U

e USG

SG li

livi

ving

ng up

up to

to it

its f

s fou

ound

ndin

ing

g

identity and purpose?

identity and purpose?

2.

2. Is t

Is the

he US

USG o

G one

ne an

and u

d uni

nite

ted?

d?

3.

3. Is t

Is the U

he USG a

SG able

ble to r

to repr

eprese

esent a

nt and

nd ser

serve a

ve all

ll

the students?

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Part 6

Part 6

Rationale of Operation

Rationale of Operation

REFOCUS

REFOCUS

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There is a need

There is a need to define and establish that

to define and establish that

much needed direction for the USG to be

much needed direction for the USG to be

more efficient and effective in

more efficient and effective in the services it

the services it

provides all the students

provides all the students: service in

: service in

representing them in multi-sectoral gatherings

representing them in multi-sectoral gatherings

inside and outside the University, in spotlighting

inside and outside the University, in spotlighting

their efforts and initiatives, and in bridging them

their efforts and initiatives, and in bridging them

 with the services and opportunities of other sectors

 with the services and opportunities of other sectors

inside the Lasallian community.

inside the Lasallian community.

DIRECTION

DIRECTION

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There is a need for the USG

There is a need for the USG to build a culture of

to build a culture of

relevant continuity.

relevant continuity. USG officers should learn to

USG officers should learn to

embrace a proper, coordinated, and guided

embrace a proper, coordinated, and guided

transition of plans and not just put aside and reject

transition of plans and not just put aside and reject

previous ideas, efforts, and initiatives (even current

previous ideas, efforts, and initiatives (even current

ones) simply because they were not plans of one's

ones) simply because they were not plans of one's

own preference or those of the political party.

own preference or those of the political party.

CONTINUITY

CONTINUITY

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There is a need for the USG

There is a need for the USG to be inclusive and

to be inclusive and

collaborative

collaborative by being unified and coordinated in its

 by being unified and coordinated in its

efforts and initiatives for all the students. Transcending

efforts and initiatives for all the students. Transcending

the notion of being an exclusive group of student

the notion of being an exclusive group of student

leaders in the service of the students, USG officers must

leaders in the service of the students, USG officers must

embrace their identity and purpose and be

embrace their identity and purpose and be one in the

one in the

genuine representation and service for all

genuine representation and service for all

students

students..

INCLUSIVENESS

INCLUSIVENESS

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Part 7

Part 7

Structures of the USG

Structures of the USG

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Student Council

Student Council Constitutio

Constitution

n

Prepared, Revised & Approved: AY 1991-1992

Prepared, Revised & Approved: AY 1991-1992

to AY 1994-1995

to AY 1994-1995

Ratified: AY 1995-1996

Ratified: AY 1995-1996

Last Year of Implementation: AY 2009-2010

Last Year of Implementation: AY 2009-2010

(SC President: Aimee Chua)

(SC President: Aimee Chua)

NOTE

NOTE: Structure was created and developed since there is: Structure was created and developed since there is no available structure from the said Constitution. no available structure from the said Constitution.

(71)

Studen

Student

t Council Structure Overview

Council Structure Overview

President President

Treasurer Treasurer Vice President for Vice President for

Academics Academics College College Assembly Assembly Presidents Presidents Batch President Batch President Batch Vice President Batch Vice President

National Affairs

National Affairs

(NatAff)

(NatAff)

Students’ Rights and

Students’ Rights and

Welfare (STRAW) Welfare (STRAW) Rules and Rules and Policies (RnP) Policies (RnP) Legislative Legislative Assembly Assembly Representative Representative Commission on Election Commission on Election Executive Executive Secretary Secretary Vice President for

Vice President for Activities Activities

Vice President for Vice President for Operations [and Operations [and Communications] Communications] Legislative Legislative Assembly Assembly Representative Representative College College Assembly Assembly Batch Batch Assembly Assembly Executive Executive Committee Committee Executive Executive Board Board NOTE

NOTE: Task Force on Constitutional Amendments failed to ratify: Task Force on Constitutional Amendments failed to ratify

Representatives Representatives from from Professional Professional Organizations Organizations Advisory Advisory Body Body

(72)

2004 USG

2004 USG Constitutio

Constitution

n

Original Proposal

Original Proposal

By: Saint Anthony Tiu, SC President (AY2003-2004

By: Saint Anthony Tiu, SC President (AY2003-2004

))

NOTE

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Magistrates Magistrates President

President Chief Chief MagistrateMagistrate Chief Legislator Chief Legislator JUDICIARY JUDICIARY EXECUTIVE EXECUTIVE LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVE

Vice President for Vice President for External Affairs External Affairs Vice President for

Vice President for Internal Affairs Internal Affairs Executive Treasurer Executive Treasurer Executive Secretary Executive Secretary Convention of Leaders Convention of Leaders Student Population Student Population Batch Presidents Batch Presidents College Presidents College Presidents Officers Monitoring Officers Monitoring Board Board Majority Floor Leader

Majority Floor Leader

Minority Floor Leader Minority Floor Leader

Commission on Commission on Elections Elections Legislative Assembly Legislative Assembly Representatives Representatives

Batch Student Government

Batch Student Government

College Student Government

College Student Government

Batch Presidents Batch Presidents Batch Presidents Batch Presidents College Presidents College Presidents Legislative Assembly Legislative Assembly Representatives Representatives Student Organization Student Organization Representatives Representatives Legislative Assembly Legislative Assembly Representative Representative Course Representative Course Representative

2004 USG Structure Overview

2004 USG Structure Overview

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2009 USG Con

2009 USG Constit

stitution

ution

Ratified: AY 2008-2009

Ratified: AY 2008-2009

(SC President: Nicole Villarojo)

(SC President: Nicole Villarojo)

First Year of Implementation: AY 2010-2011

First Year of Implementation: AY 2010-2011

(USG President: Lorenz de

(USG President: Lorenz de Castr

Castro)

o)

NOTE

NOTE: Structure was created and developed since there is: Structure was created and developed since there is no available structure from the said Constitution. no available structure from the said Constitution.

(75)

2009 USG Structure Overview

2009 USG Structure Overview

Chief Magistrate Chief Magistrate President President Chief Legislator Chief Legislator Magistrates Magistrates LEGISLATIVE

LEGISLATIVE EXECUTIVE EXECUTIVE JUDICJUDICIARYIARY

CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSIONS COMMISSIONS Executive Executive Treasurer Treasurer

Vice President for Vice President for

Internal Affairs Internal Affairs College College Presidents Presidents Batch Presidents Batch Presidents Majority Floor

Majority Floor Minority FloorMinority Floor

National Affairs National Affairs (NatAff) (NatAff) Students’ Rights Students’ Rights and and Welfare (STRAW) Welfare (STRAW) Rules and Rules and Policies (RnP) Policies (RnP) Legislative Assembly Legislative Assembly Representatives Representatives Commission Commission on Election on Election Commission on Audit Commission on Audit

Vice President for Vice President for

External Affairs External Affairs Executive Executive Secretary Secretary Batch Vice Batch Vice Presidents Presidents Activities Activities Assembly Assembly Batch Student Batch Student Government Government College Legislative College Legislative Board Board College Student College Student Government Government

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2013 USG Constitution

2013 USG Constitution

Unratified with DLSU-STC Government

Unratified with DLSU-STC Government

(USG President AY 2012-2013: Jana Cabuhat)

(USG President AY 2012-2013: Jana Cabuhat)

NOTE

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2014 USG Co

2014 USG Constitutio

nstitution

n

Operation REFOCUS Proposal

Operation REFOCUS Proposal

(USG President AY 2013-2014: Migi Moreno)

(USG President AY 2013-2014: Migi Moreno)

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USG Structure Overview

USG Structure Overview

Chief Magistrate Chief Magistrate President President Chief Legislator Chief Legislator Magistrates Magistrates LEGISLATIVE EXECUTIVE JUDICIARY LEGISLATIVE EXECUTIVE JUDICIARY

CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSIONS COMMISSIONS Executive Executive Treasurer Treasurer Executive Executive Vice Vice President President College (Campus) College (Campus) Presidents Presidents Batch (College) Batch (College) Representatives Representatives Majority Floor

Majority Floor Minority FloorMinority Floor

National Affairs

National Affairs

(NatAff)

(NatAff)

Students’ Rights and

Students’ Rights and

Welfare (STRAW) Welfare (STRAW) Rules and Rules and Policies (RnP) Policies (RnP) Legislators Legislators Commission on Election Commission on Election

Office of the Ombudsman

Office of the Ombudsman

Commission on Audit Commission on Audit Commission on Commission on Activity Processing Activity Processing

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Legislative Branch

Legislative Branch

Chief Legislator Chief Legislator Minority Floor Minority Floor National National Affairs Affairs (NatAff) (NatAff) Students’ Rights Students’ Rights and Welfare and Welfare (STRAW) (STRAW) Rules and Rules and Policies Policies (RnP) (RnP) Legislators Legislators LA Secretariat LA Secretariat

College Legislative Board

College Legislative Board

Legislative Legislative Assembly Assembly Inner Inner Circle Circle Majority Floor Majority Floor

STC Campus Legislative Board

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