We are dedicated to offering thorough student services at Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology that improve your educational experience and foster both academic and personal development. We offer a wide range of student services to make sure you have the instruments, materials, and direction need to succeed both inside and outside the classroom
Our academic support services are tailored to help you achieve your full potential academically:
- Tutoring Programs: Whether you need help with a specific subject or want to reinforce your skills, our tutoring programs offer personalized assistance.
- Study Skills Workshops: Learn effective study strategies, time management techniques, and note-taking skills to excel in your coursework.
- Academic Advising: Our experienced advisors are here to guide you in choosing the right courses, majors, and academic pathways that align with your goals.
We are dedicated to preparing you for success in your future career:
- Career Counseling: Our career counselors provide guidance on career exploration, resume building, interview preparation, and job search strategies.
- Internship Opportunities: Connect with real-world experiences through internships that allow you to apply classroom knowledge in practical settings.
- Job Fairs and Networking Events: Engage with employers and industry professionals to build valuable connections and explore potential career paths.
Your well-being is a priority, and our services are designed to support your mental, emotional, and physical health:
- Counseling Services: Our licensed counselors offer confidential support for personal, emotional, and psychological challenges you may encounter.
- Health Services: Access medical care and wellness resources to ensure you maintain a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
- Student Organizations: Engage in diverse student clubs and organizations that cater to your interests, passions, and hobbies.
Office of Student Affairs
The EARIST Student Handbook defines the Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives of the Institute as well as important school policies and regulations, students’ rights, privileges, duties and responsibilities. It is your student guide as you dwell in EARIST
Content of the Handbook are the following:
- EARIST History
- Mission Statements
- EARIST Organizational chart
- Curricular Offerings
- Right and Responsibilities of Students
- Code of conduct and Discipline
- Procedures for the settlement of Complaints / Grievances
- Student Organizations
- Rules on Student Activities
- Guidelines on Campus Publication
- Guidelines on Religious Activities
- Guidelines on Cultural Programs / Activities
- EARIST Hymn
- Inang Paaralan
- Pledge of Loyalty
For Registrar’s Office:
- Admission Policy
- Academic Policies
- Disciplinary Sanctions
For Office of Student Affairs:
- Scholarship and Financial Assistance
- Student Services and Facilities
For Accounting Office:
- Payment and Refund of Fees
Office of International Affairs
The Office of the International Affairs Service (OIAS) is the technical Secretariat that ably assists the academic in the implementation of education, cultural exchange and internship matters involving other countries and international education organizations. OIAS shall be responsible for coordinating and harmonizing, all the international dimensions of EARIST that emanate from the respective mandates of the CHED Memorandum Order. With two (2) units, the Student Mobility and Internship.
1. Inbound Mobility, number of students from abroad study in a given country.
1.1.1 Exchange Visitors Program, an international exchange program administered to implement the Mutual Education and Cultural Exchange Act.
1.1.2 Cultural Exchange Program, an exchange of students between athlete, artists, and other between two countries to promote mutual understanding.
2. Outbound Mobility, number of students from a given country studying abroad.
1.2.1 Study Abroad, is the term given to a program, usually run through a university, which allows a student to live in a foreign country and attend a foreign university.
1.2.2 Academic Short Courses, an academic program is defined as any combination of Courses and/or requirements leading to a degree or certificate, or to a major, co-major, minor or academic track and/or concentration.
3.International Internship, refers to the application of all classroom learning to actual work such as but not limited to commercial and industrial services, government, or non- government agencies conducted abroad for purposes of completion of the academic degree.
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