Wherever I am, the world comes after me.
It offers me its busyness. It does not believe that I do not want it.
Now I understand 
why the old poets of China went so far
and high 
into the mountains, then crept into the pale mist.
"The Old Poets of China" by Mary Oliver

Asian Center Students?

We categorized the FAQs from various UP memos to help you locate the information you need. If you do not find the information in the tabs on the left, please try the "FAQ from OVCAA and FAQ from the OUR" tab. 

Non-Students and the General Public? 

Please check the MECQ tab below to get updates on service advisory.

 

  • WFH Set-Up During MECQ, Suspends Appointment System

    All employees of the UP Asian Center will all work from home for the duration of the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine from 4 August 2020 to 18 August 2020. The current work-from-home also entails the suspension of the appointment system, as well as the book-return procedures of the Asian Center library.
    The two-week arrangement complies with the university's policy of disallowing employees from physically reporting for work, except in selected offices, during the MECQ. In the meantime, the public is advised to contact the offices of the Asian Center.
    ♦ Office of the Dean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Angelica Craig)
    ♦ Admissions/College Secretary/Student Concerns: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Robert Silleza)

    ♦ Rental Office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (JR Sanchez)


    ♦ Administration Office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Lilia Marquez)


    ♦ Library: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Miccah Frayna/Alessandra Guimba)


    ♦ Supply Office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Beth Mojado)
    ♦ Information and Publications: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Janus Nolasco)
    ♦ Research Office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Danae Pantano)


    ♦ Asian Studies: Journal of Critical Perspectives: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Janus Nolasco) 
 

    ♦ Tri-College PhD Philippine Studies Program Secretariat: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Julie de la Paz)
  • MIDYEAR 2020 ENROLMENT AND SCHEDULE

    • When is the pre-enlistment for Midyear term 2020?
    Students can pre-enlist subjects for Midterm 2020 on 11-25 May 2020.
    • When is the registration period for Midyear Term 2020?
    Registration period is 8-9 June 2020. See revised calendar below. Please be informed that the registration deadline has been moved from June 30, 2020 (Tuesday) to July 3, 2020 (Friday) and the payment of tuition for Midyear 2020 has been extended until 10 August 2020 (Monday). 
    • When is the opening of classes for Midyear?
    Classes will begin on 11 June 2020. See revised calendar below.
    • Revised Mid-Year 2020 Calendar (Approved 1 June 2020)
    This calendar was approved on 1 June 2020. It supersedes the mid-year schedule that had been initially approved on 28 April 2020 (see "Adjusted Academic Calendar" for reference. Please view other dates to remember in the revised Mid-Year calendar.

    • Will students be required to accomplish Student Evaluation of Teachers (SET) so that they will not be tagged as “low “priority” during the midyear enlistment?
    No. SET Answering is suspended. As such, they will not be tagged as “low priority” during the enlistment.
    • For students that will be re-admitted during the Midyear, will they be required to submit a medical slip?
    No. This requirement is deferred until further notice. Units, however, must indicate in the admission slip "provisional admission" with the remark "pending submission of medical clearance from the UHS.”
    Please view the OUR memo on pre-enlistment for Mid-Year 2020 for additional details (deadlines/dates therein may no longer be valid, so please check the calendar above)
    • Payment for late registration and change of matriculation
    Please view OUR memo. Please be informed that the registration deadline has been moved from June 30, 2020 (Tuesday) to July 3, 2020 (Friday) and the payment of tuition for Midyear 2020 has been extended until 10 August 2020 (Monday). 
    • Issuance of University Admission Slip and Return from Loa: Mid-Year 2020
    Please see also "Guidelines for Online Submission of Requirements for the Issuance of University Admission Slip (UAS) and Process of Return from LOA for Mid-Year 2020," which will be implemented from June 1, 2020 until the end of mid-year 2020 registration.
  • Preenlistment Period: First Semester, AY 2020–2021

    The first round of preenlistment  will be on 15 -21 August 2020 via UP CRS. Batch run results for the first round will be released on 22 August 2020, Saturday.  

    Opening of Classes: First Semester, AY 2020–2021

    Classes (online) will begin 10 September 2020.

    Academic Plans for AY 2020–2021 and Timetable for Dialogues with Faculty, Students, Staff, and Concerned Parents

    The Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs released a memo how the UP System will/can proceed for the first semester, Academic Year 2020–2021.
    Titled "Academic Plans for AY 2020–2021 and Timetable for Dialogues with Faculty, Students, Staff, and Concerned Parents," the memo is dated 19 June 2020. 
  • From August 4-18, all scheduled book return appointments are deemed cancelled. Students are advised to rebook their appointments. No appointments inside this two-week period will be accepted. For everyone's safety, payment procedures below have also been suspended.

    Returning Books: Protocol

    The UP Asian Center Library will only accept book returns through the book drop located in the lobby of the Asian Center, University of the Philippines Diliman.
    Visitors are advised to send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and set an appointment through this link. The actual drop-off of the books can be done in person or via courier. Either way, kindly place the library materials on a package and indicate the following details for easy tracking:
    1. Borrower's Name
    2. Date Returned
    3. No. of items borrowed
    4. Book/s Title, Author, and Call No.
    Returned materials would be placed in isolation for a minimum of seventy-two (72) hours before it may be held or brought inside the library for clearance.

    Other Reminders for Students Returning Books

    Students are also advised to read this PDF to acquaint themselves with the protocols prior to entering the building, the six-step procedure in returning the books, and things to bring, including face masks, and own pens).

    Returning Books in Other Libraries

    Please view the Facebook post of the UP Main Library to know how and which libraries are accepting book returns.

    Payments: Overdue Fines, Etc.

    Students with accountabilities to the Asian Center Library can now pay overdue fines through Landbank. Book fines are waived for books that are due on 10 March 2020 onwards.
    Payment Process: Library Accountabilities
    Please view flowchart of payment procedures: https://bit.ly/2X5iu6A
    Kindly send a request for a bill payment or statement of account from our Special Collecting Officer via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    After returning your overdue books, you may now choose either of the following modes of payment when paying for your library fines.
    Payment Options
    1. Payment using Landbank Linkbiz: https://bit.ly/3369lym
    2. Online Payment Transaction via PESONET: https://bit.ly/3jPbRiy
    3. Direct Bank Payment: https://bit.ly/3k34Evw
    For further inquiries, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Opening of Classes: First Semester AY 2020–2021

    Classes (online) will begin 10 September 2020.

    Adjusted Academic Calender: Second Semester, AY 2019–2020

    The Adjusted Academic Calendar was approved on 28 April 2020, and had been revised by Friday, 15 May 2020.* Please consult this for deadlines and other dates to remember. The UP System had issued this clarification on 30 April 2020.
    Also, this corrected version indicates the resumption of academic activities in place of reopening the semester to avoid confusion.

    REVISED MID-YEAR 2020 CALENDAR

    On 1 June 2020, UP President Concepcion approved the revised calendar for mid-year 2020. This calendar was approved on 1 June 2020. It supersedes the mid-year schedule that had been initially approved on 28 April 2020.
    *IMPORTANT: The present version above supersedes this one. — This tab was last updated 18 May 2020, 129 PM
  • GRADES, ADJUSTED COURSE REQUIREMENTS, DEADLINES

    • What will be the grading system for the Second Semester of AY 2019-2020?
    The UPD Executive Committee Meeting last 23 April 2020 resolved to adopt the following grading system:
    1. The faculty will give a grade of Pass to students whose status is passing or are satisfactorily complying with course requirements, in the judgement of the faculty.* Please refer to OVPAA Memo 2020-062, dated 22 May 2020.
    2. A faculty, with the permission of the concerned department or unit, and in consideration of what is beneficial to the student, may qualify the grade of Pass by providing an adjectival remark following the UP General Catalogue 2014, as follows: Excellent (1.00 - 1.25); Very Good (1.50 - 1.75); Good (2.00 - 2.25); Satisfactory (2.50 - 2.75); Pass (3.00).
    3. The faculty, on her/his own volition or upon the request of the students, may give a numeric grade in lieu of a Pass. For the third option, it would be best for the students to coordinate with their professors, should it be necessary to pass adjusted course requirements. 
    * Key reference: Letter of Chancellor Nemenzo to the Board of Regents. —  Last updated 22 May 2020, 5:04 PM

    *
    Added key reference: Supplemental FAQs for UP Diliman (on Grades, GWA, Crediting)Added 5 June 2020, 351 AM

    • What are adjusted course requirements?
    Adjusted course requirements involve adjusted delivery and assessment of courses, as determined by the faculty, due to the disruption of the regular semestral schedule – ECQ, limited access to the internet among many students. The adjusted course requirements may be used to serve as basis of a numeric grade, if requested by the students.
    Key Reference: FAQ from the OUR, page 3 (see tab on the left).

    • If the student chose to have a numeric grade upon the end of the Second Semester AY 2019-2020, until when can he/she submit the adjusted course requirements?
    The student can submit the adjusted course requirements until 16 June 2020, if sh/he wishes to obtain a numeric grade for the course at the end of the Second Semester AY 2019-2020. A student who chooses a numeric grade but is unable to complete the adjusted course requirements by this date will have a deferred grade. He/She has  until 31 May 2021 to do so. Deferred grade means a blank in the report of grades for the current semester.

    • If a student opts for a numeric grade, will it be included in the computation of the student’s general weighted average (GWA)?
    All grades received for the Second Semester will not be included in the computation of the student's general weighted average (GWA).  This is again based on the motion of the UPD ExeCom Meeting last 23 April 2020.
    Key Reference: Letter of Chancellor Nemenzo to the Board of Regents.
    Added Reference: Supplemental FAQs for UP Diliman (on Grades, GWA, Crediting) — Added 5 June 2020, 351 AM

    • When is the deadline for the submission of grades by the faculty?
    The deadline for submission of grades is until 24 June 2020, based on the Adjusted Academic Calandar (see corresponding tab on the left).

    • Can a student still drop his/her courses for the 2nd Semester of AY. 2019-2020?
    Yes. As per Memo No. OVPAA 2020-38 dated 17 March 2020, the deadline for dropping has been lifted. Application for dropping can be done via the CRS with approval by the concerned faculty member. Dropping of courses may be done to allow students to reenroll in the course in the next semesters.
    See also "Residence, LOA, dropping" tab on the left. Key reference: BOR Resolution

    • Will students be required to accomplish Student Evaluation of Teachers (SET) so that they will not be tagged as “low “priority” during the midyear enlistment?
    No. SET Answering is suspended. As such, they will not be tagged as “low priority” during the enlistment.

    • Until when can a student remove an INC obtained during the Second Semester AY 2018-2019?
    A student who incurred an INC during the Second Semester AY 2018-2019 shall be allowed to remove the INC until First Semester AY 2020-2021. Key reference: BOR Resolution
    • How will the new grading system affect students on financial assistance?
    Policies on student financial assistance which are tied to scholastic standing are suspended. Key reference: BOR Resolution.
    • Letter of Chancellor Nemenzo to the Board of Regents: Exemption from the Numeric Grading System
    The letter begins, "The University of the Philippines Diliman, in accordance with Provision 6.1.6 of the Implementing Guidelines of the UP System Policy on the Second Semester AY 2019- 2020 in the time of COVID-19, would like to apply for exemption from the numeric grading system in the Second Semester AY 2019-2020. At its 292nd meeting on 23 April 2020, the UPD Executive Committee (UPD ExeCom) resolved to adopt the following grading system." View full letter dated 27 April 2020.
    • Supplemental FAQs on Grades (1 June 2020)
    On 1 June 2020, the UP Diliman Executive Committee approved this supplemental FAQs on grades. — Added 5 June 2020, 351 AM
  • RESIDENCE

    • Can a student still apply for residence for the Second Semester AY2019-2020?
    Yes, please view flowchart. For payment procedures, see below
    • Maximum Residence Rule
    Students who wish to apply for a waiver of Maximum Residence Rule (MRR) must send a letter to the Dean, Asian Center thru the College Secretary, Asian Center.

    MRR, RE-ADMISSION and ACADEMIC STANDING

    • How will the suspension of classes affect the Maximum Residence Rule (MRR) for students?
    Residence for the Second Semester AY 2019-2020 shall not be included in the reckoning or in the counting of years of residence of a student. Students who wish to apply for a waiver of Maximum Residence Rule (MRR) must send a letter to the Dean, Asian Center thru the College Secretary, Asian Center. Key reference: BOR Resolution
    • Re-admission and Return from LOA
    A student who wishes to be re-admitted must submit a letter of request for admission to the Dean through the Office of the College Secretary. Student must do so before the beginning of the First Semester Academic Year 2020-2021.
    Please see also "Guidelines for Online Submission of Requirements for the Issuance of University Admission Slip (UAS) and Process of Return from LOA for Mid-Year 2020," which will be implemented from June 1, 2020 until the end of mid-year 2020 registration.
    • How does the suspension affect the rules on academic standing (delinquency)?
    The following rules on scholastic standing (delinquency) are suspended for the Second Semester AY 2019-2020.
    a. Warning
    b. Probation
    c. Dismissal
    d. Permanent Disqualification
    Key reference: BOR Resolution

    LATE REGISTRATION and CHANGE OF MATRICULATION

    This memo was released on 21 May 2020. It details the payment procedures for the above, and ends "However, at a much later date when the situation normalizes, the student will have to go to the OUR to sign and claim his/her copy of the Form5/Form 26/Form 26A."
    A note adds that the entire process outlined in the memo is "valid until the online payment modules in CRS are deployed." For reference, the memo features a copy of the payment slip, which will be sent to the student after emailing his/her request.

    DROPPING, LEAVE OF ABSENCE (LoA), AND RESIDENCE

    • Can a student still apply for Leave of Absence (LOA) for the Second Semester AY 2019-2020?
    Yes, application for LOA can be done via the CRS. Key reference: BOR Resolution
    • How do I file and pay for LOA, dropping, and residence?
    This memo was released on 26 May 2020. It begins "since dropping and LOA deadlines for Second Semester 2019–2020 were lifted and residence may be done with the semester...., these processes are not considered late, hence there is no need for appeal."
    The payment process for dropping, LOA, and residence can also be found below. Please click on desired link.
    Online Payment Process of Residence Enrollment (2nd Sem, AY 2019–2020)
    Leave of Absence and Dropping. For procedures, please see also "Guidelines for Online Submission of Requirements for the Issuance of University Admission Slip (UAS) and Process of Return from LOA for Mid-Year 2020," which will be implemented from June 1, 2020 until the end of mid-year 2020 registration.
    Application for Extension of Leave of Absence

    UNIVERSITY CLEARANCE (WITHOUT LOANS)

    The OUR has also posted the process for applying for University Clearance.

    STUDENT LOANS, INTEREST, and CLEARANCE

    According to The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, "interest computation for all loans for the 2nd semester AY 2019-2020 is suspended."
    Also, "students who are processing their clearance and have loan balance are advised" to consult this memo (JFA-2020-016) for payment instructions. This process applies to students with loans and are processing their clearance. For regular clearance applications, please see "Late Reg, Change Mat, Dropping..." tab on the left.
  • Payments and Procedures: Late Registration and Change of Matriculation

    This memo was released on 21 May 2020.

    It details the payment procedures for the above, and ends "However, at a much later date when the situation normalizes, the student will have to go to the OUR to sign and claim his/her copy of the Form5/Form 26/Form 26A."

    A note adds that the entire process outlined in the memo is "valid until the online payment modules in CRS are deployed." For reference, the memo features a copy of the payment slip, which will be sent to the student after emailing his/her request.


    Payments and Procedures: Dropping, LoA, Residence

    This memo was released on 26 May 2020. It begins "since dropping and LOA deadlines for Second Semester 2019–2020 were lifted and residence may be done with the semester...., these processes are not considered late, hence there is no need for appeal."

    The process for dropping, LOA, and residence can also be found below. Please click on desired link.

    Online Payment Process of Residence Enrollment (2nd Sem, AY 2019–2020)
    Leave of Absence and Dropping.

    For procedures, please see also "Guidelines for Online Submission of Requirements for the Issuance of University Admission Slip (UAS) and Process of Return from LOA for Mid-Year 2020," which will be implemented from June 1, 2020 until the end of mid-year 2020 registration.

    Application for Extension of Leave of Absence

    Payment and Procedures: University Clearance

    The OUR has also posted the process for applying for University Clearance.

    List of Online Processes

    The Office of the University Registrar has provided a list of payment procedures for the following. Visit the OUR Home Page and scroll to "Online Processes"

    • Process on How to Pay for Late Registration and Change of Matriculation
    • Process on How to Pay for Late Registration and Change of Matriculation for Foreign Students
    • Online Payment Process of Residence Enrolment for Second Semester AY 2019-2020
    • Online Payment Process of Residence Enrolment for Second Semester AY 2019-2020(Foreign Students)
    • Online Payment Process of Leave of Absence(LOA) and Dropping Applications
    • Online Process of Leave of Absence(LOA) Extension Application
    • Online Application of University Clearance
    • Online Application of University Clearance(For UPEPO/UPDEPP Students, and OTHER students with last enrollment in UP Diliman during AY 1999-2000)
    • Online Payment of Absence Without Leave(AWOL) Fee
    • Registration Process and Requirements for Non-Regular Students
  • 2020 UPD Commencement Guide

    The Office of the University Registrar has released the 2020 UPD Commencement Guide, which covers the following, including:

    ♦ Schedule of General Commencement Exercises
    ♦ Application for University Clearance, Transcript of Records, and Certificate of Graduation
    ♦ Fees
    ♦ Academic Costume Guidelines
    ♦ Distribution of Souvenir Programs
    ♦ How to Shift the Sablay

    Download the 2020 UPD Commencement Guide

    • When is the last day for Asian Center students to clear their deficiencies?

     The students can clear their deficiencies until 22 May 2020. Key Reference: "Adjusted Academic Calendar" tab

    • What are the clauses concerning graduating students in the UP System Policy on the Second Semester AY 2019-2020 in the time of COVID-19?

    Section 8 of the UP System Policy adopts the following guidelines for graduating students:

    8.1 Graduating students completing the requirements by the deadline set by the CU for the Second Semester AY 2019-2020 shall be endorsed for graduation to the BOR when it meets to approve the candidates for graduation in June or July 2020;

    8.2 Graduation ceremonies are postponed to a more auspicious time;

    8.3 Graduating students as of the end of the semester with deferred grades who complete their requirements after the deadline set by the CU for the Second Semester AY 2019-2020 shall be endorsed for graduation to the BOR in the semester when the student has completed the requirements for graduation. However, the student shall be deemed graduated as of the Second Semester AY 2019-2020.

    • On Student Loans, Interest Computation, and Clearance

    According to The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, "interest computation for all loans for the 2nd semester AY 2019-2020 is suspended."

    Also, "students who are processing their clearance and have loan balance are advised" to consult this memo (JFA-2020-016) for payment instructions.

  • M.A. Comprehensive Exams: Schedule, Modality, etc.

    If you were supposed to take your comprehensive exams this semester (Second Semester, Academic Year 2019–2020), please fill out this survey form. Your responses will be forwarded to the Office of the College Secretary.

    Please be advised that we are still testing the Online Assessment Program that will be deployed for the comprehensive/qualifying exams. We hope to be successful in the final, actual run before the end of the month. As with the UP Open University ASEAN Studies Program, we will do a mock exam for the students to have a feel of the online platform that we will deploy.

    Kindly expect an update in due course, so please sign up for the survey form above so we can notify you accordingly— Last Updated 7 July 2020

    Tri-College: Comprehensive and Qualifying Exams

    If you were supposed to take your comprehensive and qualifying exams for the Tri-College PhD Philippine Studies Program this semester (Second Semester, Academic Year 2019–2020), please fill out this survey form. It is still to be determined whether either exam will be administered online or onsite. This will be announced later on.

    Please be advised that we are still testing the Online Assessment Program that will be deployed for the comprehensive/qualifying exams. We hope to be successful in the final, actual run before the end of the month. As with the UP Open University ASEAN Studies Program, we will do a mock exam for the students to have a feel of the online platform that we will deploy.

    As of now, there is no other comprehensive/qualifying exam for the later part of the year. Kindly await an update here, if not via email, in due course, so make sure you have signed up for the survey form above, so we can notify you accordingly — Last Updated 8 July 2020

  • ONLINE THESIS/DISSERTATION/PROPOSAL DEFENSE

    MA Programs

    These guidelines cover the requirements and procedures for the following:

    ♦ Request for Online Proposal and and Oral Defense
    ♦ Cancellation of the Defense
    ♦ Recording of the Defense
    ♦ Documentary Evidence of the Proceedings and Deliberation
    ♦ Submission of Thesis (Bound copy and digital copy).

    Tri-College PhD Philippine Studies Program: Online Defense of Proposal and Dissertation

    Tri-College students who want to schedule their online defense (proposal or dissertation proper) should fill out this form. Please view guidelines online dissertatino/proposal defense

     

  • FAQs from the Office of the University Registrar

    These FAQs answers are based on the BOR resolution on the UP System Policy on the Second Semester AY 2019-2020 in the time of COVID-19 dated 16 April 2020, OVPAA Memo No 2020-48 dated 14 April 2020, the OVPAA directive contained in Memorandum No OVPAA 2020-31 dated 9 March 2020, and existing OUR guidelines.

    View FAQs from the OUR. The FAQs cover questions on the academic calendar, graudation and clearance, LOA and dropping, CRS, registration, transferring, shifting, etc.

    FAQs for UP Diliman

    These FAQs are anchored on the BOR resolution on the UP System policy on the Second Semester AY 2019- 2020 in the time of COVID-19 dated 16 April 2020, Memorandum No. OSU 2020-01-03 dated 23 April 2020, OVPAA Memo No 2020-48 dated 14 April 2020, and the OVPAA directive contained in Memorandum No OVPAA 2020-31 dated 9 March 2020.

    View FAQs for UP Diliman. These FAQs cover queries on grading, deferred grade, adjusted course requirements, graduation (Item 15 in particular). Also helpful are the Implementing Guidelines for the UP System Policy on the Second Semester, AY 2019–2020.

  • Covid-19 Related Sites

    #TatagUP

    Please visit the TatagUP site of UP Diliman to view more memos, policies, advisories, and donation drives. The site features advisories, list of university memos, bulletins, lists of university initiatives, and donation drives.

    UP System's Covid-19 Page

    You may also visit the Online Portal of University of the Philippines COVID-19 News and Information to see messages from the UP president; basic facts about Covid-19, including health advisories and test kits; UP-PGH Bayanihan Center; UP-Covid-19 Pandemic Response Team; policies and memos; and resources for remote learning and teaching; and university tributes.

    EndCOV Dashboard from the UP Resilient Institute

    According to a UP System press release, the EndCOV Dashboard "features a highly detailed map wherein users can zoom in or zoom out to see street or satellite views of the general locations and numbers of COVID-19 cases, hospitals, quarantine checkpoints, and other usable data inputted by UP Resilience Institute (UPRI) staff. The easy-to-use map also has a color-coded “heat map” showing which localized areas have the most (darker areas) and the least (brighter areas) number of confirmed COVID-19 cases."

    Visit the website of the UP Resilience Institute.

    Policy Papers

    The UP System website has posted various policy papers analyzing different facets of Covid-19,  the responses thereto, and recommendations in moving forward.

    The Philippine Genome Center

    The Philippine Genome Center has a dedicated web page for all Covid-19-related material.

    Initiatives from UP Diliman Colleges/Units

    Different colleges and units in UP Diliman have implemented their respective, COVID-19 related projects, from tracking services to information campaigns.

  • Got Questions?

    To help save time, please be sure that you've read the corresponding tabs and/or the FAQs. Your question may already have an answer there.

    If you do have further questions or requests for clarification, please fill out this General Inquiry Form.

    Always use it for any question down the road. The Form allows us to keep track of all questions, and ensure we don't miss a question amidst all the emails we receive.

    Direct Email Option

    If you already have a specific question for an office, please refer to the directory below.

    ♦ Office of the Dean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Angelica Craig)
    ♦ Admissions/College Secretary/Student Concerns: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Robert Silleza)

    ♦ Rental Office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (JR Sanchez)


    ♦ Administration Office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Lilia Marquez)


    ♦ Library: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Miccah Frayna/Alessandra Guimba)


    ♦ Supply Office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Beth Mojado)
    ♦ Information and Publications: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Janus Nolasco)
    ♦ Research Office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Danae Pantano)


    Asian Studies: Journal of Critical Perspectives: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Janus Nolasco) 
 

    ♦ Tri-College PhD Philippine Studies Program Secretariat: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Julie de la Paz)

    Social Media

    You may also send the Asian Center messages via Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram. Only the UP Asian Center Library has a separate Facebook page.