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Asian Center Students: What You Need to Know

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This page contains links to the following and offers guidance to students regarding administrative procedures, requirements, and the like. It also lists down links to the following: faculty profiles, staff profiles, contact information, and general information about the Asian Center. Each bullet point links to a separate page or document. 

Know key dates and deadlines: for dropping a subject, for filing a Leave of Absence, schedule of final exams, etc. 

  • Alumni Organization (AFBAC)

The Alumni, Friends, and Benefactors of the Asian Center is a private, nonprofit organization. 

  • Dates to Remember

Don't miss deadlines. View the Academic Calendar for 2016-2017. See the deadlines for admissions to the UP Asian Center's graduate programs. 

This section lists down some of the relevant forms Asian Center students fill to process requests and the like. It also provides instructions regarding certain procedures like how to drop subjects, file for a Leave of Absence, and the like. It also contains application forms that students of the Asian Center must or may (eventually) fill out; these include forms for application for graduation and application for graduation. 

This document explains the rules and regulations regarding admissions into and requirements for graduate programs within the university.

The University of the Philippines has several student dormitories, but please note that not all of them are available for graduate students; some are co-ed, while others are exclusive for males or females. 

Profiles the Asian Center Balangay, the student organization of the Asian Center.

Explains the requirements to avail the two types of scholarships offered only to Asian Center students.

This is a PDF document from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; it informs students of laws and regulations of the University of the Philippines. The Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs assists the Chancellor in promoting the welfare of and maintaining discipline among students. S/he is concerned with all activities that relate to students and student services such as scholarships, learning assistance and tutorials, guidance and counseling, student complaints, student housing (dormitories), student organizations, student discipline, food services, and health service. The Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs, through its offices, initiates and organizes student-related events like the Freshman Orientation Program, the Freshman Welcome Assembly, University Student Council Election, the Philippine Collegian Editorial Examination, the Recognition Rites for University Scholars and Student Achievers and the UP Diliman Lantern Parade.

If you have any questions regarding the above or other matters, please contact the Office of the College Secretary at 927.0909 or 981.8500 local 3578 or via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.