The Scholarship and Financial Assistance Office is the primary venue of the university to help undergraduate students reach the goal of graduation by providing scholarships, grants and financial assistance services to intellectually qualified, under privileged, indigent but deserving students.
The office aims to classify the difference between scholarships, grants and financial assistance such as:
Scholarships are awarded based on specific criteria for students. They should qualify on a stringent process required by the grantee. It is necessary that the awardees should maintain and manifest consistent excellent academic standing to uphold to the scholarship. It usually reflects the values, goals and purposes of the grantee.
Grants are usually conditional upon certain qualifications as to the purpose, upholding of specified standards, or a proportional contribution by the grantee or other grantor(s).A grant or payment made to support a student's education, awarded on the basis of academic or other achievement such as sports, cultural inclination and arts.
Financial assistance or financial aids are given by a company or an organization for the purchase of its shares or those of its holding companies. It is in compliance with the company's corporate social responsibility like: Funding of science, the provision of financing for scientific research projects. Welfare, financial aid by (primarily) governmental institutions or charitable organizations to individuals in need a Subsidy /Student financial aid funding intended to help students pay educational expenses.
The office issue renewal forms to student grantees provided they are still qualified and have maintained their grades during the period of their scholarship.
The students may apply on any type of scholarships and grants provided they qualify and pass the examination in any given semester. The following are types of scholarships, grants and financial aids categorized based on their specified requirements.