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Student Services

STUD01: Student Essentials

STUD02: Student Organization

  • 1TERA is the official student organization of the DCT College of Computer Studies. The organization shall serve as the venue for the optimization and development of the student members and at the same time to establish camaraderie among its members throughout the campus.

STUD03: Consultant with the Dean

  Consultation Schedules:
     Monday to Friday 9am to 11am

STUD04: Transition and Orientation

  • Student orientation activities are conducted at the start of every academic year. These are designed to welcome and engage students. New students are accompanied by their parent/guardian.
  • PAL: Peer Assisted Learning
    The objectives of the Peer Assisted Learning, a tutoring program are as follows:

    1. To provide learning assistance to students in a particular academic subject or skill area by pairing such students with fellow students who have demonstrated competence in that particular academic subject or skill area.
    2. To improve students’ understanding and application of concepts and methods as they pertain to a particular subject or skill, thereby enhancing student success.
    3. To provide tutors with an opportunity to refine their communication, instructional and interpersonal skills through the process of peer interactive instruction.
    4. To provide tutors with a constructive mechanism to consolidate their own knowledge in a particular subject or skill area while earning grade points for the provision of tutorial services.

STUD05: Retention and Program Continuity

  • Exit Interview with the Dean
    A student voluntarily withdrawing must have a confidential exit interview with the College Dean. Exit Interview serves as an intervention which may provide useful data for student learning assessment.
  • Exit Interview Form

STUD06: Learing Facilities and Support

  • Computer Laboratory Policies
    • Students are prohibited to enter the laboratory unless authorized by the instructor.
    • This laboratory is open to currently enrolled students, faculty and staff.
    • Students should be in proper and complete uniform.
    • Each student should be assigned to a permanent seat throughout the duration of the semester.
    • Laboratory schedules should be strictly followed to avoid inconvenience to the next users of the laboratory.
    • Do not modify any aspect of the computer system configuration or of applications without the explicit permission of the laboratory administrator.
    • Take good care of the equipment assigned to you.
    • Do not use computer to copy another person’s assignment or to plagiarize another person’s work.
    • Talk quietly and briefly. Cellular phones should be in silent mode or turned off while inside the laboratory.
    • Help keep the computer facilities clean. Do not consume food or beverages in the laboratories and avoid littering.
    • Don’t move hardware or remove it from the room.
    • Turn computers off when not in use.
    • Do not use a printer to produce multiple copies of documents.
    • Do not process sensitive or confidential data on common-use computers.
    • All users are responsible for securing their own data.
    • Do not save data files on computer hard disk without permission.
    • Do not copy software licensed to DCT.
    • Only software licensed to DCT may be used on laboratory computers.
    • Playing computer games is strictly prohibited.
    • Notify the laboratory coordinator or instructor in case of malfunction or in the event of a computer virus infection.
    • Students are not allowed to use the Internet during class periods unless the instructor allows them to do so.
  • Learning Facilities and Support Checklist

STUD07: Wicked Workshop Week (WWW)

  • WWW is a weeklong series of workshop of various IT and non-IT topics. This promotes student creativity and innovation on their chosen topic.

STUD08: Work Integrated Learning
Internship/OJT/Practicum is an immersion program wherein students will have the chance and opportunity to be with the IT industry. This program is important because the students will have the chance to apply the skills, knowledge and attitude learned in the school and at the same time the opportunity to experience the corporate environment.

  • OJT Manual
  • MOA with Industry Learning expectations in the IT related field should be established between the HEI and the industry in the form of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

STUD09: Career Developement & Employment: Graduate Services

  • Labor Employment for Graduating Students (LEGS) and Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS)
    LEGS & PEOS is a seminar conducted to graduating students in cooperation with the municipal Philippine Employment & Services Office (PESO) and provincial Department of Labor & Employment (DOLE).
  • SATA: Students and Alumni Tech Assembly
    SATA’s mission is to ignite opportunities and promote pride, tradition and loyalty among both current students and former students