Office of Student Affairs and Services

The Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS) aims to mold globally competent and value-laden citizens by striving to enrich students through a holistic approach in providing Student Welfare and Development Programs and Services in consonance with the vision, mission, goals and objectives of Batangas State University and the mandates of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). These basic services and programs ensure and promote student well-being and are designed to explore, enhance and develop the student’s full potential in leadership and social responsibility through various institutional and student–initiated activities that upholds the core values of the university.

Thrusts & Priorities

Provisions of services and programs in the university that are concerned with academic support experiences of students to attain holistic student development. The purpose is to facilitate holistic student growth for active participation in the collective efforts to develop the community and build a progressive nation. These non-academic services are student-centered and three-pronged: student welfare services, student development programs and services and institutional student programs and services.

Contact Details 

Telephone: (043) 980-0385 loc. 1134
Email address:

FRONTLINE SERVICE: Student Support and Feedback Mechanism Portal

As an educational institution committed to fostering a positive and inclusive learning environment, we would like to remind all students of the availability of our student feedback mechanism portal. This platform serves as a direct channel for students to voice their concerns, suggestions, or grievances regarding any aspect of their academic experiences.

Developed with the intention of gathering valuable insights from those at the heart of our institution, this tool empowers students to play an active role in shaping the quality of education provided. We encourage every student to utilize this portal without hesitation, understanding that their inputs are valued and will be treated with utmost confidentiality and respect. Through thoughtful feedback and open communication among students, faculty, and administration, we can work collaboratively toward continuous improvement and student satisfaction.

Remember, your voice matters; together we can make a difference!

The Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS) – Central directly supervise the central Testing and Admissions Office (TAO) and Scholarship and Financial Assistance office (SFAO).

The Testing and Admission Office (TAO) provides the services to student applicants in college and Integrated School (IS) as well as to the academic non- teaching staff applicants: a.) Information Services, b.) Testing Services and c.) Admission Services. For the Information Services, the TAO disseminates information about the college programs offered, schedule of admission as well as the list of requirements, contact details and the step by step procedure in admission application. True to its commitment in providing effective testing services, the Office administers standardized admission tests appropriate for the academic levels. In addition, its admission services include revaluation of submitted college application forms and checking of the requirements of applicants which will be the bases for the approval and issuance of examination permit. The Office checks, scores, and interprets tests, prepares psychological reports of academic non-teaching applicants and issues notice of passing to qualified college applicants based on quota set by the University. Each Constituent Campus (Pablo Borbon, Alangilan, JPLPC-Malvar, Arasof-Nasugbu and Lipa) implements the admission policies, procedures and guidelines.

For more information about Testing and Admission Office (TAO), you may visit the office official web page:


Scholarship and Financial Assistance office (SFAO) facilitates the management, generation and/or allocation of funds for scholarship and financial assistance aid to deserving students (CMO 9 s. 2013) supporting them in their pursuit of higher education. SFAO organizes various scholarships and financial assistance from internal and external partners through comprehensive databases and carefully reviewing applications to determine eligibility based on criteria such as academic achievements, financial need, and specific requirements set by donors setting an efficient delivery of student service. Successful applicants are notified and awarded scholarships, with the office overseeing fund disbursement. Additionally, it assists students with compliance and reporting requirements, engages in outreach efforts, and maintains meticulous records. In essence, a scholarship office plays a pivotal role in fostering access to higher education by connecting students with vital financial resources. The SFAO of constituent Campus (Pablo Borbon, Alangilan, JPLPC-Malvar, Arasof-Nasugbu and Lipa) provides services such as application of internal and external funded scholarhip, assist grantees in claiming grants, approval of grantees through scholarship system and preparation of status report of scholars. They implements the general SFAO policies, procedures and guidelines.

For more information about Testing and Admission Office (TAO), you may visit the office official web page:

Student Services monitored by the Office of Student Affairs and Services
(As per CHED Memo No. 9, s. 2013 – Enhanced Policies and Guidelines on Student Affairs and Services)