UPLB implements a computerized online registration system called Systemone. It can be used by students to search, enlisting with or cancel a course, modify and finalize class schedules for a given semester. It can also be used for viewing a student’s mini checklist. Faculty members use this for retrieving the list of students that are enlisted in a given course. Systemone works in conjunction with REGIST, a program used by the Office of the University Registrar to produce data that includes, but not limited to: initial schedule of students; recommended courses; maximum allowed units of students; and scholastic standing of students. To proceed with online registration, go to the Systemone website.
The University helps students mature and assume responsibilities as future leaders of the country. Through our Office of Student Affairs, we aim to provide the students with a conducive environment that would help them develop social awareness and responsiveness. There are services for physical, academic, financial, social, cultural, recreational, emotional, moral, as well as civic leadership. For information on counseling, psychological testing, tutorials and academic services, career guidance and placements, student assistantships, organizational activities, scholarships and loans and other programs, please visit the Office of Student Affairs website.
UPLB is able to provide housing to students as a privilege and but not as a right within the limits of its resources. It operates and manages 11 residence halls, most of which are primarily reserved for new students. All in all, these dormitories can accommodate about 2,500 students. For student housing applications and other concerns, please visit the University Housing Office website.
Photo credits: UPLB Systemone, UPLB OSA and UPLB UHO websites.