BISU Services

  • Guidance Services

    1. Individual Inventory Services

      This service involves the acquisition, maintenance and safeguarding of individual records of students. It aims to gather, organize and compile pertinent data and information of every student for its functional use. Such records include personal and educational data, test results and other related information that are useful for the development of the client’s educational, emotional, spiritual and social well-being.

      1.a. All freshmen, returnees and transferees should have a Guidance Inventory Record which contains the result of the entrance, different aptitude, interest, diagnostic & special needs inventory test.

      1.b. Student’s inventory records should be used as reference for the development of one’s educational, emotional, spiritual and social well being.

    2. Information Services

      This service encompasses all information which are made available through bulletins, announcements, brochures, electronic media, orientation activities and trainings.

      Guidance Center shall disseminate relevant information for the holistic development of the clients.

      2.a. All freshmen and transferees are required to attend the orientation program at the beginning of the school year.

      2.b. Orientation programs should include activities meant to meet student’s need for adjustment.

      2.c. Pertinent press information are made available through bulletins, announcements & brochures.

    3. Counseling Services

      This service is concerned with providing individual and group counseling to students who voluntarily visit the Guidance Center to seek assistance, to “referrals” given by administrators, family members, parents and faculty members who are in need of assistance that could affect the students’ educational, emotional, spiritual and social well-being.

      3.a. Students can access to individual and group counseling services provided by the Guidance Counselor.

      3.b. Counseling service can be availed of personally, by phone, through the internet or through the printed media.

    4. Testing Service

      This service includes the administration and interpretation of tests to assess the performance and personality of the students. Students who wish to avail the testing services may make arrangements with the guidance counselor.

      4.a. Students should avail of the guidance program’s mental ability, aptitude, diagnostic & personality tests at the Guidance Center.

      4.b. Students should be informed of the test results.

    5. Placement Service

      The activities in this service include the establishment of job placement linkages with the different firms, agencies and others, providing maximum information on employment opportunities not only to graduating students but also to the non-graduating.

      5.a. Students should be provided with informative /educational and employment opportunities.

      5.b. Career Guidance to students will include their classification according to aptitude & interests.

      5.c. Student trainees should be given orientation prior to OJT deployment by the Placement Officer.

      5.d. Clearing and sustaining linkages with the alumni and industries for the job opportunities.

    6. Follow-up Service

      It is concerned with what happens to the students while in school and keeps track of them in finding out how students fair in their chosen activity.

      6.a. Students who availed of the guidance services shall be monitored in their performance.

      6.b. All graduating students should undergo an exit conference with the Guidance Counselor.

      6.c. All graduating students should fill up the Graduates Directory Form.

  • Library Services

    1. General Rules:
      1. To ensure the smooth operation of the library the following guidelines are set:
        1.1 Upon entering the library all users must present their validated school ID/library card.
        1.2 The school ID/library card is presented every time a library material is borrowed/returned. These cards are non-transferable. Tampered cards will not be honored.
        1.3 The loss of a library card should be reported immediately to the Circulation Counter. The student will have to secure another library card.
      1. Defacing, mutilating and stealing of library materials are strictly prohibited.
      2. Upon leaving the library, all users must present their things for inspection.
      3. The library is mainly for research. Eating, smoking, vandalism, sleeping and group discussion are not allowed.
      4. Silence must be observed strictly at all times. Cell phones and other devices should be in a silent mode inside the library.
      5. The library should be kept clean and orderly.
      6. Newspapers and magazines should be read inside the library.
      7. Books should be left on the table after use.
      8. Library materials should be handled with care. Marking, underlining, writing, inserting bulky objects and making “dog ears” are prohibited.
      9. Chairs should be pushed back quietly before leaving.
      10. Damaged and lost books must be replaced.
      11. Fines will be imposed for overdue books based on the approved library user’s manual.
      12. Renewal is strictly made only when the books are physically brought to the library.
      13. Non-BISU researchers or outsiders can access the library and will be charged a research fee of P50.00.
      14. Courtesy should be observed at all times when borrowing and returning books or other materials.
    2. Library Hours:

      Monday to Friday
      7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
      No noon break


    1. All students can avail of free medical and dental services.
    2. Every student must be a member of the Student Medicare System. Upon payment of the membership fee he/she can avail of the medical and within the school year for secondary/semester for college.
    3. Medical aid can be availed of in case of accidents occurring
      1. in the campus during class hours.
      2. outside the school while undertaking school related activities.
      3. in going to and from the school before and after class hours.
    4. The membership fee/medical aid may increase from year to year as determined by the PTGEAI/PGFEA Board.

    1. Students are encouraged to patronize the products and services offered by the cafeteria.
    2. Students are not allowed to eat inside the classrooms and offices.
    3. Students are prohibited from studying inside the cafeteria.
    4. Those who bring their own provisions for lunch/snacks are responsible for cleaning the table and throwing the garbage in the trash cans.

    Any bonafide student of BISU can avail of the student assistantship program during his/her free periods and off-school hours with a maximum rate per hour as prescribed by the BOR not more than 4 hours a day and 8 hours on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays but not to exceed 100 hours per month within the semester.

    1. The applicant must secure the application form from the Student Affairs Officer and ask recommendation from the Project In-charge/office head. The SAO will endorse the application to the Campus Director for approval.
    2. The official time for duty will be during their free periods and off-hours.
    3. Student assistant who renders services in the evening should be up to 9:00 pm. Should there be a need for extra service, he may be allowed to stay/sleep in school.
    4. Student assistant should be assigned in line with his course specialization as the case maybe.
    5. Student Assistant shall be paid monthly.

    1. Only bonafide students of BISU may organize any Campus Student Organization.
    2. All Campus Student Organization (CSO) must be duly screened, registered, recognized and accredited by the Dean of Student Affairs.
    3. Campus Organizations must comply with all the Student Affairs Office (SAO) requirements for registration, recognition and accreditation as follows:
      1. Application Form
      2. Police Clearance of the Organizer
      3. Proposed Constitution and By-laws
      4. List of Charter Members (at least 30)
      5. List of officers with recent ID picture
      6. Two (2) nominees from regular staff members of BISU who shall be appointed as organization advisers by the Campus Director/University President upon recommendation of the Department Dean and Dean, SAO
      7. Proposed Work Plan of Annual Activities and Budget
      8. Registration Fee of P 50.00
    4. A newly formed organization shall be recognized on probation basis for at least one school year.
    5. Full recognition of an organization shall be based on the evaluation conducted by the Committee on Student Organization headed by the Dean of SAO, SSG Adviser and Guidance Counselor.
    6. Existing organizations who wish to renew their recognition must submit the following documents for renewal:
      Requirements for Renewal
      1. Application for renewal of the recognition
      2. Accomplishment Report with pictorials
      3. Updated list of members with respective signature
      4. Work plan for the school year
      5. Annual evaluation result must have at least 250 points earned (See list of activities & corresponding points in Student Affairs Manual)
    7. Activities and programs sponsored, spearheaded and organized by the CSO for academic enrichment, cultural purposes, fund raising campaigns and educational/field trips, within and outside of the campus must secure activity permits from the SAO and Department Deans. It shall be approved by the Campus Director/President upon the recommendation by College Dean and Student Affairs.
    8. Approved activity of CSO must be submitted to the SAO at least two weeks before the activity.
    9. CSO posters, announcements and streamers must be approved by the SAO for posting. These must be posted only at designated places and bulletin boards.
    10. Posters, announcements and streamers should be removed after serving their purposes.
    11. An elected/appointed CSO president can no longer be a president of another organization.

    1. The TESDA (Technical Education & Skills Development Authority) conducts a yearly Trade Skill Test to BISU graduating students in the designed testing center of skills accreditation.
    2. The Trade Skills Test comes in two phases: Knowledge and Skills. For the skills test, the examinee will provide his own materials.
    3. The applicant fills up the appropriate application form and pays the corresponding trade testing fee to TESDA.
    4. An examinee must pass both the knowledge and skills tests before he is issued a Trade Skills Certificate by TESDA.