Policies

Scholarship Policies

Approved on April 20, 2007

I.  Rationale

Among the college students of Mountain View College, from academic year 2004-2007, an average of 7.18% have worked part time and 9.40% have worked full time. The primary reason why students work is to finance partly or fully their college education. For the past three years, an average of 42.19% of the students in the academy department and an average of 50.73% of the students in the elementary department have come from families which have an annual combined income of both parents below Php 120,000.00.

Some of these students have great potentials for academic excellence and productive service for the Church and for the country who, if left without financial and moral support, may not be able to develop their full capabilities.

Hence, the Administrative Committee of Mountain View College voted to offer  the MVC CHARITY SCHOLARSHIP to poor but deserving students effective June 2007. Further, that a total of eight slots shall be given every academic year—two for the Faith Elementary School, two for Mountain View College Academy, four for the college students.

II.  Objectives

1.  To provide financial assistance to poor but deserving students.

2.  To give poor but deserving students the opportunity to develop their potentials.

3.  To extend Adventist education to the marginalized members of the Church.

4.  To prepare well-trained workers for the Church and the country.

III.  Requirements

A.  For new applicants

1.  Latest Income Tax Return of parents

2.  Certification of church membership from the church elder

3.  Form 138 or Report Card (photocopy, signed by the principal)

4.  Birth certificate

5.  Certificate of Moral Conduct from the principal or guidance counselor of the school last attended

6.  Three copies of 2X2 picture

7.  Certification of need for financial assistance from the DSF

8.  Baptismal certificate, for college students only

B.  For renewal of application

1.  Three copies of 2X2 picture

2.  Certification of need for financial assistance from the DSF

3.  Photocopy of monthly labor reports of the preceding semester duly signed by the work supervisor.

4.  Recommendation from the work supervisor during the preceding semester

5.  Grade slip for the college of the preceding semester; Report card for the elementary and academy students of the preceding school year (photocopy, signed by the principal)

IV.  Qualifications

The grantee must

1.  Be officially enrolled at Mountain View College during the current academic year for the elementary and the academy departments and the current semester for the college.

2.  Be a bona fide member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

3.  Be at least seven years old and not more than 30 years old.

4.  Have earned a GPA of 85% and above in the latest academic year the applicant attended.

5.  Belong to a financially disadvantaged family with a combined gross annual income of parents not to exceed Php 120,000.00.

6.  Be of good moral character.

V.  Financial Benefits

Free tuition fees of credit and non-credit subjects for a minimum of 18 units and a  maximum of 24 units.

VI.  Administration and Management

1.  The applicant shall file his/her application at the office of the principal for the elementary and the academy departments and to the chairman of the Scholarship Committee for the college.

2.  The Principal’s Council shall screen and approve the names of the grantees for the elementary and the academy departments and the Scholarship Committee for the college. All names shall be recommended to the Administrative Committee for approval.

3.  Screening and approval of the names of the grantees shall be done not later than a day before the first day of class.

4.  The grant is valid for one year only for the elementary and the academy departments and for one semester only for the college.

5.  The grantee may renew his/her application the following year for the elementary and the academy departments and the following semester for the college.

6.  An applicant who will still be in grade one will not be required a report card and a GPA cut off.

7.  A grantee in the academy department who resides in the dormitory is expected to work for a minimum of four hours every week. A grantee in the college who resides in the dormitory is expected to work for a minimum of ten hours every week in any work department. The grantee shall receive pay for every hour of work he/she has rendered.

8.  Fund for this MVC Charity Scholarship shall be taken from part of the proceeds of the College Endowment Fund.

VII.  Amendments

Any amendment and revision on this document shall be done once a year only and shall be approved by the Administrative Committee.

1.  Proper certifications/endorsements from authorized officials from the school of origin or from the DECS

2.  For full-tuition scholarship, the student must be a valedictorian.

3.  For half-tuition scholarship, the student must be a salutatorian.

4.  Certificate of Good Moral Character.

To retain the scholarship grant, a student must:

1.  Maintain a high academic performance. A student enjoying a full-tuition scholarship must have a GPA of 3.65 and no grade below B+ including PE, NSTP, and work education. A student enjoying a half-tuition scholarship must have a GPA of 3.45 and no grade below B including PE, NSTP, and work education.

2.  Maintain a good moral standing.

3.  Incur no citizenship delinquency or demerits.

4.  Take a minimum of 21 units each semester and a minimum of 6 units during summer.

Approved on December 13, 2007

I.  Rationale

Among the college students of Mountain View College, from academic year 2003-2008, a period of five years the School of Agriculture have had a total enrollment of  523 with an average of 104 students per year. Majority of these students come from families which have an annual combined income of both parents below PhP 120,000.00.

To increase the enrollment of the BS Agriculture program by encouraging students to take BS Agriculture and providing them financial aid.

Hence, the Administrative Committee of Mountain View College voted to offer the FINANCIAL AID FOR AGRICULTURE STUDENTS to poor but deserving students effective June 2008. Further, that a total of five slots shall be given on its first year of implementation, ten on its second year of implementation, fifteen on its third year of implementation, and twenty on its fourth year of implementation and the succeeding years. The breakdown shall be the following:

 

First Year of Implementation

1 slot for the fourth year

1 slot for the third year

1 slot for the second year

2 slots for the first year

Third Year of Implementation

2 for the fourth year

3 for the third year

5 for the second year

5 for the first year

 

Second Year of Implementation

1 slots for the fourth year

2 slots for the third year

2 slots for the second year

5 slots for the first year

Fourth Year of Implementation

and Succeeding Years

5 for the fourth year

5 for the third year

5 for the second year

5 for the first year

II.  Objectives

1.  To increase the enrollment of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture program.

2.  To provide financial assistance to Bachelor of Science in Agriculture students who are poor but deserving.

3.  To give poor but deserving students the opportunity to develop their potentials.

4.  To extend Adventist education to the marginalized members of the Church.

5.  To prepare well-trained workers in the area of agriculture for the Church and the country.

III.  Requirements

A.  For new applicants

1.  Latest Income Tax Return of parents

2.  Certification of church membership from the church elder

3.  Form 138 or Report Card (photocopy, signed by the principal)

4.  Birth certificate

5.  Certificate of Good Moral Character from the principal or guidance counselor of the school last attended

6.  Three copies of 2X2 picture

7.  Certification of need for financial assistance from the Director of Student Finance.

8.  Baptismal certificate

B.  For renewal of application

1.  Three copies of 2X2 picture

2.  Certification of need for financial assistance from the DSF.

3.  Grade slip of the preceding semester.

4.  Recommendation from the chairperson of the BS Agriculture or the dean of  the School of Science and Technology.

5.  Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Vice-President of Student Affairs.

IV.  Qualifications

The grantee must

1.  Be officially enrolled at Mountain View College during the current semester.

2.  Be a bona fide member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

3.  Have earned a GPA of 80% and above in the latest semester the applicant attended or in the fourth year high school.

4.  Belong to a financially disadvantaged family with a combined gross annual income of parents not to exceed Php 120,000.00.

5.  Be of good moral character.

V.   Financial Benefits

Free tuition fees of credit and non-credit subjects for a minimum of 18 units and a maximum of 24 units.

VI.  Administration and Management

1.  The applicant shall file his/her application at the office of the chairman of the Scholarship Committee.

2.  The applicants shall be screened and approved by the Scholarship Committee. All names shall be recommended to the Administrative Committee for approval.

3.  Screening and approval of the names of the grantees shall be done not later than a day before the first day of registration.

4.  The grant is valid for one semester only.

5.  The grantee may renew his/her application the following semester.

6.  A grantee who resides in the dormitory is expected to work for a minimum of ten hours every week in any work department. The grantee shall receive pay for every hour of work he/she has rendered.

7.  Fund for this FINANCIAL AID FOR AGRICULTURE STUDENTS (FAAS) shall be taken from the share of the academic program from the income of the Industrial Department.

VII.  Amendments

Any amendment and revision on this document shall be done once a year only on the first Thursday of April and shall be approved by the Administrative Committee.

 

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