Message of the Director

image1Consistent with the University‚Äôs mission of promoting the well-being of its constituents, the University Guidance and Testing Office is a dynamic instrument in providing services for the total development of the human person.

Our programs and services aim to assist students in making decisions related to their personal/social, academic and career development needs, to assist them in adjusting to new environment, and to promote growth towards self-understanding and self-direction. We afford them such services, as individual and group counseling, testing, information, placement and follow-up, career guidance, and consultations for faculty and staff. 

We provide a welcoming and accepting atmosphere where one feels important and valued because we believe in the inherent worth of each individual person.

Come and visit your guidance office. This is your home away from home. 

                      

                     

(SGD.) Emily P. Madrona, RGC
Director



Services Offered

Testing Service

ofisjuly2010 003This involves the administration and interpretation of standardized tests for the purpose of assessing individual strengths and weaknesses in the areas of personality, aptitude, interest and motivation. Tests include mental ability, interest, aptitude, personality and other assessments and survey materials.

Counseling Service

ofisjuly2010 002This service provides opportunity for the individual students to be assisted in areas of personal, vocational, social and academic concerns through personal and confidential relationship with qualified counselors. These could be availed through walk-in, call-in, or referrals.

Inspirational Quotes

"Try not to be a man of success but a man of value."
                                           - Albert Einstein

"The ability to convert ideas to things is the secret to outwards success."
                                 - Henry Ward Beecher

"Children require guidance and sympathy more than instruction."
                                                -Ann Sullivan