UP joins the global celebration of World Mental Health Day with the launch of the ten best mental health advocacy programs by student organizations across the UP System.
Following the latest rankings of top universities worldwide by the THE, UP took stock of its performance to benchmark for continuous improvement.
To champion mental health promotion in the University, the UP System is holding the next Sandigan, Sandalan: Training and Advocacy Programs for Mental Health in June.
The UP Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Office of Student Financial Assistance is launching the 3rd run of the Sandigan, Sandalan: Training and Advocacy programs for Mental Health to provide practical knowledge on mental health promotion in the University.
The “Sandigan, Sandalan: Training and Advocacy programs for Mental Health” for the second batch of mental health advocates for UP students has been scheduled for April.
Mental health advocates play critical roles in responding to the mental health needs of UP students. To create a network of MH advocates, UP is launching the Sandigan, Sandalan: Training and Advocacy programs for Mental Health for the first batch of MH focal persons on Monday, 8 March 2021.
The UP Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs presents Town Hall, an online session to inform UP students regarding preparations for the Academic Year 2020-2021, and an opportunity for the Academic and Student Affairs personnel to address pressing concerns of students in remote learning mode on February 23, 2021, 10:00 AM to […]
A new webinar series for UP faculty and staff will introduce the new online resources of the UP System. The “Discovering Connections, Connecting Discoveries” webinar series will run from 22 to 26 February.
Recognizing the extreme challenges of remote learning in the middle of a pandemic, made worse by the recent typhoons, UP has announced additional flexible academic measures for the remainder of the first semester of AY 2020-2021. This includes the extension of the deadline for the submission of grades and a policy of no failing grades to be given to students this semester.
After a succession of typhoons battered the country, the UP administration has declared the week of 16-21 November 2020 a period of recovery for the UP community to allow affected faculty, students and staff to get back on their feet and the rest of the UP community to continue with its disaster relief-related activities. Synchronous and asynchronous classes, as well as the submission of all course requirements, are suspended during this period.