National Service Training Program

NSTP

NSTP Act of 2001

Who are covered by the NSTP Law?

NSTP Act of 2001

The NSTP was established by virtue of RA 9163 also known as theNational Service Training Program Act of 2001. As provided in the law, the National Service Training Program (NSTP) is a program aimed at enhancing civic consciousness and defense preparedness in the youth by developing the ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of its three (3) program components. Its various components are specially designed to enhance the youth’s active contribution to the general welfare.

Who are covered by the NSTP Law?

Students, male and female, of any baccalaureate degree course or at least two (2)-year technical-vocational courses in public and private educational institutions shall be required to complete one (1) of the NSTP components as requisite for graduation (RA 9163). In the university, NSTP is offered in the first year.

NSTP Components

Duration and Equivalent Course Unit

NSTP Components

  1. CWTS : Civic Welfare Training Service

  2. LTS :  Literacy Training Service

  3. ROTC :Reserve Officers’ Training Corps

Duration and Equivalent Course Unit

HOURS

Each of the NSTP components shall be undertaken for an academic period of two (2) terms for 54 training hours per term. It shall be credited three (3) units per term.

CLASSES

Classes are held on Saturdays or Sundays. Beginning AY 2020-2021, the enriched virtual mode is utilized due to the pandemic. 

PRE-REQUISITE

The successful completion of the NSTP is a prerequisite for graduation.

Vision

Mission

Vision

To be the best National Service Training Program (CWTS and LTS) in the formation of students and empowerment of people and communities.

Mission

Guided by the university’s core values, the National Service Training Program (CWTS and LTS) commits itself to the stakeholders to start with and build on what they have through continuous education; inspire them to act through participatory development towards empowered lives and communities.

Goals

Commitment to the stakeholders

Build

put together several parts or materials to form something

Educate 

implies development of the mind to cause to acquire knowledge or skill

Inspire

influence or move someone by giving them an idea or positive feeling to do or create something

Empower

make (someone) stronger and more confident, especially in controlling their life and claiming their rights

Civic Welfare Training Service

Literacy Training Service

Civic Welfare Training Service

Refers to the program component or activities contributory to the general welfare and betterment of life for the members of the community or the enhancement of its facilities, especially those devoted to improving health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation, and morale of the citizenry.

Literacy Training Service

Refers to the program component designed to train students to teach literacy and numeracy skills to school children, out-of-school youth, and other segments of society in need of their service.

SIMBAHAYAN Community Development Office

The CWTS and the LTS  components of the UST NSTP are under the UST-SIMBAHAYAN Community Development Office–tasked to develop, implement, and manage the University Community Development Program (UCDP) towards the University’s mission of “generation, advancement, and transmission of knowledge to form competent and compassionate professionals, committed to the service of the Church, the nation, and the global community.”

Administration and Staff

Rev. Fr. Pablo T. Tiong


Vice-Rector for Religious Affairs

Asst. Prof. Froilan A. Alipao, MCD,


Director
Simbahayan Community Development Office

Assoc. Prof. Jose Ricarte B. Origenes, MCD,


Moderator
NSTP CWTS | LWS

Mr. Herbert V. Cuala


Office Support Staff
NSTP CWTS | LWS

Mr. Eric L. Aboboto


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Heiden C. Anorico


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Gener A. Ansaldo, Jr.


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Charmaine Joie S. Buena


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Joan M. Castor


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Marianne G. Domingo


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Lent Joseph T. Evangelista


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Marlon Caesar C. Florentino


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Justine Joseph D. Gopeng


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Maria Clarisa S. Jacila


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Hans Martin P. Limayo


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Carlo B. Lorenzo


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Serafin Silvino C. Manalo, II


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Maria Martina V. Mancenido


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Sheila Ruth M. Masangkay


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Anne Jeanette O. Priela


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Rona Catherine R. Repancol


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Christian Joseph J. Revil


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Adrian D. Romero


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Mica Marie C. Solis


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Mark O. Suiza


NSTP Facilitator

Mr. Erik R. Valenzuela


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Kristine Viane C. Verzosa


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Jasmin A. Victoria


NSTP Facilitator

Ms. Rhea C. Ylagan


NSTP Facilitator

Contact Information

Office Address

Telephone Numbers

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Office Address

Telephone Numbers

Office

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