University Student Government
University Student Government is the governing body of the University and exercises general oversight over the institution and its affairs. All members exercise their responsibilities in the interests of the University as a whole rather than as representative of any constituency. They have collective responsibility for Council decisions and, as with all governing bodies, must respect the clear distinction between their strategic governance role and that of operational management of the institution. The governing body recognized student organizations to create opportunities for leadership development, learning, student engagement, and fostering of shared interests.
Mission and Vision
University Student Government is focused on setting up roads for student association in college issues, acting as workers to the student body, and being the delegate of our constituents. The vision of the University Student Government (USG) of the Philippine Christian University is to invest in give remarkable portrayal to the whole student population. In addition, USG devotes itself to improving the nature of campus life. The USG Officers are focused on the standards of greatness and respectability. USG embody to be the noticeable voice of the student body to state, and public directors. We will keep on offering support that contributes to the individual and expert advancement of our university
The purpose of University Student Government is to...
- To protect institutional reputation by being assured that clear regulations, policies and procedures that adhere to legislative and regulatory requirements are in place, ethical in nature, and followed.
- To promote equality and diversity throughout the institution, including in relation to its own operation.
- To ensure institutional sustainability by working with the Executive to set the institutional mission and strategy. In addition, it needs to be assured that appropriate steps are being taken to deliver them and that there are effective systems of control and risk management.
- To be unambiguously and collectively accountable for institutional activities, taking all final decisions on matters of fundamental concern within its remit.