Lasallian Formation

Inspired by the Lasallian values of Faith, Zeal for Service, and Communion in Mission, Benilde integrates the Lasallian principles of education, formation, and social development into the Benildean community way of life. This integration is carried out through the Office of the Lasallian Mission and Student Life (LMSL), which consists of the following offices:

  1. Department of Student Life
  2. Center for Lasallian Ministry
  3. Center for Social Action
  4. Center for Counseling Services

LMSL 3rd Floor, SDA Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 3885, 3886
 vc.mission@benilde.edu.ph


Department of Student Life

The Department of Student Life (DSL) works toward the holistic development of Benildean-Lasallians; and aims to produce students who are highly engaged, working towards the common good, and active contributors to nation building and global society.


DSL
3rd Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1501, 1502
 student.life@benilde.edu.ph


Center for Lasallian Ministry

The Center for Lasallian Ministry (CLM) facilitates the holistic formation of the Benildean community towards discovering their mission in the Church. Following the examples of St. John Baptist de La Salle and St. Benilde Romancon, the Center provides for the spiritual nourishment of the College.


CLM
D206, 2nd Floor, Duerr Hall, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1291, 1292, 1993 (Taft Campus); 2291
(AKIC Campus); 3291, 3292, 3293 (SDA Campus)
 lasallian.ministry@benilde.edu.ph


Center for Counselling Services

The Center for Counseling Services (CCS) attends to the psychosocial and emotional well-being of Benildeans. It provides relevant services to students, faculty and staff, and even parents, in a safe, caring, and nurturing environment, through registered guidance counselors.


CCS
B108, Ground Floor, Benilde Hall, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1473, 1474, 1475 (Taft Campus); 2473,
2474, 2475 (AKIC Campus); 3211 (SDA Campus)
 ccs@benilde.edu.ph


Center for Social Action

The Center for Social Action (CSA) advocates for a socially involved Benildean community. Guided by the Principles of Lasallian Social Development, the Center strives to spark in all Benildeans a compassionate spirit in addressing contemporary social issues. The CSA works in solidarity with different organizations and institutions to create a community of socially responsible individuals.


CSA
3rd Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1514, 1515
 social.action@benilde.edu.ph


Student Organizations

Expand your learning and broaden your horizons beyond the classroom by participating in student organizations and engaging in student activities! The Student Involvement Office (SIO), which supervises most of the Benildean student organizations, aims to enhance and facilitate the professional and socio-cultural growth and development of students through creative, pro-active, innovative, and excellent approaches and strategies to student activities and active participation in various leadership-development events and seminars.


SIO
3rd Floor, MFC Building Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1513, 1538
 studentinvolvement@benilde.edu.ph


Central Student Government

The Central Student Government (CSG) is the students’ highest governing representative exemplifying the Lasallian values of Faith, Zeal for Service, and Communion in Mission. It aims to embody the highest expression of student power and will, seeking to continually develop, enhance and serve the school and nation through innovative and efficient services.


CSG
4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 csg@benilde.edu.ph



COMELEC

The independent body called the Benilde Commission on Elections (COMELEC) is the legitimate and sole body to carry out the duties, obligations, and responsibilities in the conduct of student elections.


COMELEC
4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 comelec@benilde.edu.ph


Animotion

Animotion is the professional student organization of Bachelor of Arts in Animation majors. The organization aims to cultivate and produce the finest animators whose main objective in the creation of their animations is to promote morality among and inspire its viewers. It intends to foster an environment where the growth of every artist is promoted and respected.


Animotion
Students Lounge, 12th Floor, SDA Campus
 animation@benilde.edu.ph



Association of Information Management

The Association of Information Management (AIM) is the professional organization that protects, uplifts, and promotes the Information Management program of the College. It establishes linkages with other social organizations and key departments of the College, and other organizations outside of the College.


AIM
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 aim@benilde.edu.ph


Benildean Deaf Association

The Benildean Deaf Association (BDA) aims to empower Deaf Lasallians to become active and productive members of the Benildean community. Its objective is to uphold the rights of the Deaf to full and equal access to information, campus facilities, and support services in the School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies.


BDA
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 bda@benilde.edu.ph



Benilde Business Management Society

Benilde Business Management Society (BBMS) is the professional organization for Business Management students under the Career Development Program of the School of Management and Information Technology. The organization aims to train its member to become future business leaders and corporate managers that are driven to promote the practice of strategic and socially responsible decision making.


BBMS
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 bbms@benilde.edu.ph



Benilde Industrial Design Society

The Benilde Industrial Design Society (BIND) is a creative, dynamic, and innovative organization that aims to enhance the technical skills and talents of future design entrepreneurs in the field of graphic design, product development, and other design endeavors. It helps members understand better their chosen field and sharpen their creativity.


BIND
Students Lounge, 12th Floor, SDA Campus
 bind@benilde.edu.ph



Computer Business Association

The Computer Business Association (CBA) is the professional organization of information technology and business students that promotes professional excellence among its members. It conducts learning programs that aim to develop and enhance the managerial and computer skills of members.


CBA
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 cba@benilde.edu.ph



Chefs in Progress

Chefs in Progress (CHIP) is an organization composed of students who specialize in the field of culinary arts. The organization aims to become the Philippines’ finest school-based culinary organization by enhancing the skills of students in cooking, baking, and other food-related activities. It intends to help students learn the art of and develop a passion for creating good food.


CHIP
Students Lounge, 9th Floor, AKIC Campus
 chip@benilde.edu.ph



Export Management Society

The Export Management Society (EMS) is a professional organization that aims to cultivate genuine Filipino ideals among future exporters and entrepreneurs, grooming them to become professionally competent and world-class. It intends to promote the Export Management program by providing members with educational activities that will expose them to actual business scenarios. It shall bring forward the entrepreneurial spirit not just in the academe but in the industry as well by promoting quality Filipino products globally.


EMS
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 ems@benilde.edu.ph



Gamers Union for Innovation and Leadership Development

The Gamers Union for Innovation and Leadership Development (GUILD) is a professional organization of Game Design and Development majors with a mission to help, motivate, and inspire its members to learn, create, innovate, and create technologies that cater to the game development industry.


GUILD
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 guild@benilde.edu.ph



Human Resource Management Society

The Human Resource Management Society (HRMS), a professional organization of Human Resource Management majors, commits to empower, advance the skills, and further raise the students’ level of competence in the field of human resource management. It aims to produce highly innovative, competent, and competitive members of the industry through various programs and projects.


HRMS
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 hrms@benilde.edu.ph



Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management Society

The Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management Society (HRIMS) is the professional student organization that aims to organize various activities to complement the HRIM curriculum; encourage student involvement and build cooperation and camaraderie among SHRIM students; and further develop knowledge, skills, and attitude through upgraded and professionalized projects and activities. Its target is to become the official student body representing SHRIM.


HRIMS
Students Lounge, 9th Floor, AKIC Campus
 hrims@benilde.edu.ph



Junior Marketing Association

The Junior Marketing Association (JMA) is a professional organization that seeks to impart among its members a mastery of marketing knowledge and skills. The organization believes that it will achieve this goal by conducting relevant trainings and researches and building linkages with organizations within and outside the college.


JMA
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 jma@benilde.edu.ph



Leaders in Diplomacy

Leaders in Diplomacy (LEAD) is the professional student organization of the Consular and Diplomatic Affairs Program. Together with the CDA Department and the SIO, the organization is committed to provide programs that would reinforce the academic and social skills of the CDA students.


LEAD
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 lead@benilde.edu.ph



Media Max

Media Max (MMX) is the professional student organization that commits to promote the Multimedia Arts Program and its services. It adheres to the continued quest for excellence, guided by the Lasallian tradition of Religio, Mores, and Cultura. It also promotes the craft of multimedia art, design, and creative expression through innovation and dynamism.


Media Max
Students Lounge, 12th Floor, SDA Campus
 mmx@benilde.edu.ph



Primo Musico

Primo Musico is the professional organization for Music Production major students and other music enthusiasts. The organization aims to promote music as a tool for development.


Primo Musico
Students Lounge, 12th Floor, SDA Campus
 primomusico@benilde.edu.ph



Travelers in Progress

Travelers in Progress (TRIP) is a principle-oriented organization that aims to create a well-rounded learning environment that will develop professionalism, creativity, and unity among its members. The organization promotes various activities and events guided by the Benildean Core Values.


TRIP
Students Lounge, 9th Floor, AKIC Campus
 trip@benilde.edu.ph



Vateliens in Progress

Vateliens in Progress (VIP) is a principle-oriented organization of the School of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management. It is dedicated to creating a well-rounded learning environment that will develop professionalism, creativity, and unity. Its various activities and events are guided by the Benildean Core Values.


VIP
Students Lounge, 9th Floor, AKIC Campus
 vip@benilde.edu.ph


AIESEC

AIESEC is a global and specialized unit operating under local committee AIESEC DLSU. AIESEC provides its member with an integrated development experience comprised of leadership opportunities, international internship and participation in a global learning environment.


AIESEC
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 aiesec@benilde.edu.ph



Benilde Red Cross Youth Council

Benilde Red Cross Youth Council (BRCYC) is a humanitarian service organization that provides different activities that will educate and empower our youth with the spirit of service and volunteerism through constructive trainings. Provide opportunities directing and harnessing their energy and idealism into worthwhile humanitarian activities.


BRCYC
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 brcyc@benilde.edu.ph


Computer Link

Computer Link (COMLINK) is a special interest organization that is steadfast in creating opportunities to develop professionally competent Benildeans in the field of information technology. It aims to achieve this by organizing student-centered programs and projects.


COMLINK
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 comlink@benilde.edu.ph


Greenergy

Greenergy is an organization that aims to promote the importance of environmental awareness. It cultivates the practice of unique and innovative ways of expressing love and passion for Mother Earth.


Greenergy
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 greenergy@benilde.edu.ph


International Students Association

The International Students Association (ISA) aims to conduct major activities highlighting diverse cultures by promoting healthy relations between international and Filipino students. It intends to help international students in their studies, communication issues, personal development, and school activities.


ISA
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 isa@benilde.edu.ph

1Sentro

1Sentro is a socio political organization that centers on what is relevant and focuses on what really matters. The political party imbibes its members with the best quality of leadership in service to every Benildean student.


1Sentro
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 1sentro@benilde.edu.ph



Sinag Benildyano

Sinag Benildyano is a socio-political party upholding social liberalism and stands on the center-left of the political spectrum, safeguarding social justice, equality of opportunities, and societal participation throughout the College that may head upon the incorporation of the Benildean student body in our nation and society.


Sinag Benildyano
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 sinagbenildyano@benilde.edu.ph


TAYO

TAYO is a Democratic Centralist political organization that inspires collaboration and responds to social needs. It is a progressive and innovative movement guided by the Lasallian principles of Faith, Zeal for Service, and Communion in Mission and the Benildean Expression of the Lasallian Core Values.


TAYO
Students Lounge, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 tayo@benilde.edu.ph

Student Publications

Print may have been overtaken by digital media in some parts of the world, but in Benilde, publishing is alive and thriving! With our professional student-journalists and award-winning publications, we’ve got you covered!

The Student Publications Office (SPO) exists to train and guide the members of the College’s major publications for serious, disciplined journalistic and literary work; as well as help them achieve the autonomy envisioned by Republic Act No. 7079 (Campus Journalism Act of 1991).

The SPO supervises the operations of two major student organizations: the Benildean Press Corps (BPC) and the Benildean Yearbook Office (BYO).


SPO
2nd Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1521
 student.publications@benilde.edu.ph


Benildean Press Corps

The Benildean Press Corps (BPC) is the student-journalists’ organization of the College. It is committed to provide relevant and legitimate information to the students as well as showcase their talents, skills, and creativity towards responsible and free journalism.

The BPC publishes The Benildean (magazine-journal), Dekunstrukt (photography folio), Horizons (art and design folio), Shades of Gray (literary folio), and the BPC website and social media accounts.


BPC
2nd Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1521
 thebenildean@benilde.edu.ph
 www.thebenildean.org


Benildean Press Corps

The Benildean Yearbook Office (BYO) is the student organization tasked to produce the College’s official yearbook, Ad Astra. It caters to the special interest of students in publication-related activities like writing and editing, layout and graphics design, photography and videography, marketing and publicity, and customer service.

The BYO publishes Embark (frosh magazine), Ad Astra (yearbook), and the BYO website and social media accounts.


BYO
2nd Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1525
 adastra@benilde.edu.ph
 www.theadastra.org


Culture and Arts

Are you passionate about the arts? You’ve come to the right place! Benilde’s student artist groups are award-winning and truly world-class.

The Office of Culture and Arts (OCA) is committed to the pursuit of formative and artistic growth and innovation among its student-artists. It strives to uplift and promote Filipino culture and traditions by developing art programs and project initiatives not only within the College but also on a global platform.

The five artist groups under its supervision are Dulaang Filipino (DF), Stage Production Operations Team (SPOT), Coro San Benildo, Karilyo, and Saint Benilde Romancon Dance Company (SBRDC).


OCA
4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1528, 1603
 culture.arts@benilde.edu.ph


Coro San Benildo

Coro San Benildo (CORO) is the resident choral company of Benilde. The group has staged intuitive and creative performances on many occasions and various artistic presentations. Through the years, CORO has established a profound reputation among the Benildean and Lasallian communities for its consistent growth and high level of spontaneity.


CORO
c/o OCA, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1528, 1603
 culture.arts@benilde.edu.ph


Dulaang Filipino

Dulaang Filipino (DF) is the College’s resident theater company empowered to educate its audience on various social issues afflicting today’s society. DF is composed of student artists trained to become future professional theater practitioners who will lead in societal transformative changes through creative and cultural work. DF has produced a number of alumni now recognized in local film, television, and theater.


DF
c/o OCA, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1528, 1603
 culture.arts@benilde.edu.ph


Saint Benilde Romançon Dance Company

Saint Benilde Romançon Dance Company (SBRDC) is the resident dance company of Benilde. It is committed to educating student artist scholars towards achieving professional excellence in dance, and ensuring the cultural enrichment and development of its audience on- and offstage. The company focuses its efforts in presenting socially relevant dance performances, specifically neo-classical ballet, contemporary, and hip-hop.


SBRDC
c/o OCA, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1528, 1603
 culture.arts@benilde.edu.ph


Stage Production Operations Team

Stage Production Operations Team (SPOT) is trained to oversee and provide technical support to all college productions produced by OCA artist groups or non-OCA groups. A part of the team is trained in the mechanics of ushering and managing audiences during performances. Training development for members includes production and stage management; set design; technical direction; and property and costume acquisition, management and maintenance.


SPOT
c/o OCA, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1528, 1603
 culture.arts@benilde.edu.ph


Karilyo

Karilyo is a special skill team under Stage Production Operations Team (SPOT) dedicated to popularizing and developing the art of shadowplay. Since the summer of 2011, Karilyo has carried out live performances, collaborations, exhibitions, and workshops. OCA is now venturing into the world of visual arts with Karilyo as its showpiece.


KARILYO
c/o OCA, 4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1528, 1603
 culture.arts@benilde.edu.ph


Sports Development

Ready to show your school spirit? Don’t worry, you’ll put all those green shirts and your loud voice to good use when you cheer for the extraordinary Benildean student-athletes. Our teams proudly bear the banner “Blazers”.

To better enhance the holistic development of the student-athlete in his/her athletic event, the Center for Sports Development (CSD) aims to create a seamless integration between the competition structure from the collegiate level to the national level to facilitate exponential growth in the number of high performing sports athletes.

The Blazers compete in two major tournaments: the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and the Philippine University Games (UNIGAMES).


CSD
S305, 3rd Floor, Solomon Hall, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1681, 1682
 sports@benilde.edu.ph


Athletic Teams

Benilde currently has 22 athletic teams, which are as follows:

Arnis
Athletics-Men
Badminton-Men
Badminton-Women
Basketball-Men
Basketball-Women
Beach Volleyball-Men
Beach Volleyball-Women
Chess
Fencing
Football-Me
n Futsal-Women
Golf
Lawn Tennis-Men
Lawn Tennis-Women
Pep Squad
Swimming-Men
Swimming-Women
Table Tennis-Men
Table Tennis-Women
Taekwondo-Men
Taekwondo-Women


Volunteer Groups

Make your stay in Benilde more meaningful by becoming a student volunteer! Take your pick from the volunteer groups that are supervised by various schools/centers/offices/units in the College.

Academic Support

Your Benildean education is not limited to the courses under your degree program. To supplement your academic knowledge, the College offers additional courses and services to help you survive college, jumpstart your career, and succeed in life!

Academic Extension

The Academic Extension Program provides quasi-academic, curricular, and co-curricular courses and services, through the following units: National Service Training Program (NSTP), CSBLIFE and CSBGRAD, and Student Learning Center (SLC).


AEP
S307, 3rd Floor, Solomon Hall, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1512

Career and Placement

The Career and Placement Office is a career resource center that provides students and alumni the resources and services to assist them in career development and employment opportunities. These resources and services are offered to internal constituents and external partners for the mutual benefit of prospective employers and the Benildean community.


CPO
D103, Ground Floor, Duerr Hall, Taft Campus
 (632) 526-1832 / (632) 230-5100 local 1611
 cpo@benilde.edu.ph

Student Discipline

Being a Benildean-Lasallian is certainly fun, but it does entail certain expectations and responsibilities. In Benilde, we want you to grow and develop into mature, responsible, effective, and worthy citizens of the community. Thus, the College implements student discipline through the Office of Student Behavior (OSB).

Student Behavior

The Office of Student Behavior (OSB) aims to imbue the character of students with Christian ethics. Apart from helping students grow and develop into mature, responsible, effective, and worthy citizens of the community, the OSB is also tasked to maintain peace and order in the College. It seeks to create and maintain a safe and orderly educational environment conducive to learning.


OSB
2nd Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1433, 1434, 1435

Clinic Services

The clinics housed in each of the campuses provide medical care and ensure the physical well-being of all Benildeans. Our team of doctors and nurses is on call for any emergency situation, and engages Benildeans by promotion health awareness, illness prevention, and first-aid response.

Clinic
S103, Greenway Square, Taft Campus
I714, 7th Floor, AKIC Campus
A304, 3rd Floor, SDA Campus

 (632) 230-5100 local 1280, 1281 (Taft Campus)
 2280 (AKIC Campus)
 3280 / 3281 (SDA Campus)
 hrd@benilde.edu.ph

Emergency Services

The Center for Emergency Management, Safety, and Security (CEMSS) is the service unit responsible for ensuring the safety, security, and emergency response needs of the College. It keeps close tabs on all aspects of security, safety and emergency responses by operating, among others, a CCTV system, luggage X- ray machine, employing K9, ambulance, rescue vehicle and fire truck. It maintains peace and order while implementing school policies.

CEMSS
S107, Ground Floor, Solomon Hall, Taft Campus
Ground Floor, AKIC Campus
G109, Ground Floor, SDA Campus

 (632) 230-5100 local 1161 (Taft Campus)
 2161, 2162, 2163, 2164, 2142 (AKIC Campus)
 3161 (SDA Campus)

Emergency Hotlines

BENILDE
 Trunk Line - (632) 230-5100

Emergency Hotlines
Local 1911 (Taft Campus)
Local 2911 (AKIC Campus)
Local 3911 (SDA Campus)

Security Offices
Local 1000 (Taft Campus)
Local 2000 (AKIC Campus)
Local 3000 (SDA Campus)

CITY OF MANILA
 Mayor’s Office
(632) 527-4920, 527-5028
527-0907

NATIONWIDE HOTLINES
 Emergency Hotline - 911
Citizen Complaint Hotline - 8888

POLICE ASSISTANCE
 Philippine National Police
(632) 723-6983

Manila Police District Malate Municipal Police Station 9
(632) 310-0045

FIRE
 Bureau of Fire Protection NCR
(632) 729-5166

Association of Philippine Volunteer Fire Brigade
(632) 522-2222

EMERGENCY HOTLINES
 Philippine Red Cross - Hotline 143
(632) 527-0000; 790-2300

National Disaster and Risk Reduction
and Management Council (NDRRMC)
(632) 911-1406

Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical
and Astronomical Services Administration(PAGASA)
(632) 434-2696

Department of Transportation and
Communication (DOTC) - Hotline
7890 (632) 727-7960 to 79

Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) - 136

MMDA Flood Control
(632) 882-4177; 882-0925

HOSPITALS
 Adventist Medical Center Manila
(632) 525-9191

Saint Clare’s Hospital
(632) 831-6511; 831-5445

UP Philippine General Hospital
(632) 554-8400

Ospital ng Maynila
(632) 524-6063

Manila Doctors Hospital
(632) 558-0888

Student Wellness

To ensure a safe and secure environment for you, Benilde has in place various safety and security measures with your welfare and well-being in mind. With that, you and your parents will have less worries while you’re in the College!

Benildean Student Envoys

The Benildean Student Envoys (BSE) is a group of professionally trained students under the Office of the Vice President for Advancement that is dedicated to support the institution’s needs in linkages and advancement programs. As ambassadors of the College, the students embody the values of a true Lasallian such as Spirit of Faith, Zeal for Service, and Communion in Mission. The students also exude professionalism and strive for excellence in everything they do.


BSE
c/o Office of the Vice President for Advancement, 4th Floor, SDA Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 3841, 3842
 bse@benilde.edu.ph



Center for Lasallian Ministry-Student Ministers

The Center for Lasallian Ministry (CLM)-Student Ministers are Benildean students who are called to assist in the faith formation of the College through active participation in worship activities and student retreats recollections. Such participation is meant to enrich the students in their spiritual life and instill in them a sense of service to others.


CLM-Student Ministers
c/o CLM, D206, 2nd Floor, Duerr Hall, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1993
 lasallian.ministry@benilde.edu.ph



Center for Counseling Services-Kaagapay Volunteers

The Kaagapay Volunteers, a dynamic and creative support group of the Center for Counseling Services (CCS) was organized to help enhance and effectively facilitate the holistic personal growth and development of students, specifically in their psycho-emotional level. “Kaagapay”—a Filipino term for “ally”— connotes friendship, camaraderie, and unity. It speaks of mutual support, trust, care, and respect that spring from individuals with the desire to help others become fully functioning persons on campus and in society. Kaagapay volunteers/members aim to support the personal growth and development of other students, and alleviate their stress and adjustment challenges.


CCS-Kaagapay Volunteers
c/o CCS, B108, Ground Floor, Benilde Hall, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1473
 ccs@benilde.edu.ph



Center for Social Action-Student Volunteers

The Center for Social Action (CSA) Student Volunteers are organized by CSA to develop students who are critically aware and actively engaged in social issues. Students who wish to volunteer for CSA may choose to be involved as:

  1. CSA Core Volunteers are students who commit to volunteer for an entire year with CSA.
  2. Summer of Service (SOS) Volunteers are students who volunteer for two weeks for the SOS program.
  3. Activity-based Volunteers are volunteers who sign up and commit to volunteer for CSA in specific activities such as relief drives, forums, workshops, etc.



CSA-Student Volunteers
c/o CSA, 3rd Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1514
 social.action@benilde.edu.ph



Lasallian Ministry Program for the Deaf (LMPD) Student Volunteers

The Lasallian Ministry Program for the Deaf Student Volunteers is composed of deaf Benildean students who are called to be part of the faith-formation of SDEAS students through their active and unique participation in liturgical functions (as lectors and commentators). The group advocates equality in the Benildean community, exemplifying that in spite of being deaf they are still integral members of the Christian family, not simply receivers but evangelizers in their own right.


c/o School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies
B110, Benilde Hall, Taft Campus



Social Responsibility and Outreached Program (SROP) Deaf Student Volunteers

The SROP Student Volunteers are SDEAS students who undergo a series of formation training focused on the development of social awareness, concern for the environment, and a sense of nationhood and volunteerism. The group advocates that despite their inability to hear they can be of service not only to the Filipino Deaf Community but also the Filipino society as a whole.


c/o School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies
B110, Benilde Hall, Taft Campus



Silent Steps

Silent Steps is the Performing Arts Group under the Deaf Performing Arts Program. Members of this group are Deaf scholars who use the medium of Performing Arts to promote awareness on the capabilities of deaf individuals. Though they are unable to hear the music, the vibrations, coupled with the ability to commit to memory the timing of movements through exact counting, Silent Steps brings songs to life and provides its audience with truly memorable and inspiring performances.


c/o School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies
B110, Benilde Hall, Taft Campus



Deaf Blazers

The Deaf Blazers are deaf students who undergo training in various athletic sports. They incorporate a strong commitment to sports with Benildean values, particularly the spirit of camaraderie and sportsmanship. It is through their participation in different competitions that they are able to advocate that truly “the Deaf can.”


c/o School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies
B110, Benilde Hall, Taft Campus



Student Learning Center Volunteer Tutors

The Student Learning Center (SLC) volunteer peer tutors are those who expressed willingness to render free tutorial to their contemporaries. Similar to faculty tutors, student tutors teach subjects that they are confident with during their free time. This pool of student volunteers is composed of scholars or those belonging to the dean’s list and are confident with their knowledge on particular subject matters. They are motivated to selflessly share their knowledge to their fellow students, helping them achieve academic success.


SLC Volunteer Tutors
SLC, S103B, Ground Floor, Solomon Hall, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1617



Student Trainers

The pool of Student Trainers (STRAINS), the volunteer arm of the Student Involvement Office, helps the office implement its year-long training program. The group is part of the planning, implementation, and evaluation stages of the unit’s programs and projects. It assists in the implementation of the Frosh Orientation Program, team building, and student-development activities.


STRAINS
4th Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1513
 strains@benilde.edu.ph



International Student Emissaries

The International Student Emissaries is the volunteer arm of the Student Involvement Office-International Students Unit (SIO-ISU) that aids in implementing its programs and projects. It assists in providing information and giving support to fellow international students with the aim to foster and facilitate international and cross-cultural experiences.


International Student Emissaries
c/o SIO-ISU, 3rd Floor, MFC Building, Taft Campus
 (632) 230-5100 local 1533