Students’ Duties & Responsibilities
Don Bosco students shall have the following duties and responsibilities, in addition to those provided for in the Students’ Manual:
1. To cooperate with the School in the development of their potentials
2. To uphold the academic integrity of the School; to endeavor to maintain academic standards; and to comply with the School rules and regulations that govern their academic performance and moral integrity.
3. To propagate and maintain peace and order in the School by observing the rules of discipline; to promote the spirit of camaraderie with fellow students; and to exercise respect towards the administration, faculty, staff and other school personnel;
4. To take active part in the affairs of the DBCT-ITC Community
5. To exercise their rights responsibly with the awareness that they are accountable for any infringement on or violation of the rights of others.
Don Bosco Technology Center-College is replete with student led, initiated and organized activities. Campus organizations are available to improve, strengthen and increase participation, activism and involvement of students within DB campus and within nationally recognized organizations.
Recurrent Activities and Events
1. SAO Session
2. Mass every first Thursday of the Month
4. Rosary Rally
5. Founder’s Day
6. Rector’s Day
7. Gratitude Day
1. Savio Friends- celebrated every 6th of the Month
2. Auxilium- celebrated every 24th of the Month
3. Knights of the Altar
4. Juventus- celebrated every last day of the Month
1. IECEP (Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines Inc.)
2. JSTEP (Junior Society of Technical Educators of the Philippines)
3. JPSME (Junior Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers)
4. PIIE (Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers)
5. JEA (Junior Educators Alliance)
Training Research and Community Extension
OPERATION SECOND CHANCE OUTREACH
Don Bosco Technology Center College Department has Technical Shop operating at the Cebu City Operation Second Chance Center for the youth in conflict with the law.
The outreach program is a collaborative effort between Don Bosco Technology Center, the Cebu City Task Force for Street Children and the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology.
A full-time Instructor, together with two BSTE students who take their practicum at the Operation Second Chance Facility teach student technical skills in Wood and Furniture and soft skills to prepare them in their re-integration to society.
WEATHER ALERT RADIO (WARS)
This broadcast facility came about due to observed devastating effect and havoc caused by storms and typhoons. Don Bosco Technology Center College students show prowess in the technical and engineering field when they created and invented the complement technology of PAGASA’s weather monitoring system.
The Weather Alert Radio System (WARS) is a broadcast facility that gives round-the-clock source of weather reports and information to help the public prepare for the day ahead. Additional information, including river stages and climatic data, is also provided. During emergencies, routine broadcasts are interrupted for warnings, watches and other critical information.
Public safety experts agree: the receivers should be standard equipment in every home. They are especially valuable in places that are entrusted with public safety, including hospitals, schools, places of worship, nursing homes, restaurants, grocery stores, recreation centers, office buildings, sports facilities, theaters, retail stores, bus and train stations, airports, marinas and other public-gathering places.
In the pipeline is the full operation of the Weather Alert Radio System in Central Visayas through the grants-in-aid of DOST-PCIERD and DOST-PAGASA Mactan Station with the collaboration of National Telecommunications Commission Region- 7 and BAYAN Telecommunications Inc.
As a Salesian school inspired by the ideals of St. John Bosco, Don Bosco Technology Center – College encourages as many youths as possible to get a high-quality higher education.
To meet the needs of the young on their thirst for knowledge and the opportunity to improve the quality of their lives, DBTC-College offers a number of academic and non-academic scholarship grants to poor but deserving young men and women.
General Guidelines for Scholarship Application:
- 1. Fill out the scholarship form from the Admin. Office
- 2. Submit the form together with the requirements to the Administrative Officer.
- 3. Get a schedule for interview
- 4. Attend the “Scholars’ Orientation”
- 5. Sign the Memorandum of Agreement
Documents Needed for Scholarship Application
- Letter of intent
- Letter of recommendation from the Director of Training Center (for applicants coming from Don Bosco Training Center)
- Clear copies of birth and baptismal certificates
- Result of CEM-ATCU college entrance examination
- Clear copy of high school report card
- Good moral character
- Certificate of tax exemption or latest ITR
- 1×1 latest picture
- Duly accomplished application form
Academic Scholarships Available
- 1. Juan Bosco Scholarship Award (for Valedictorian and Salutatorian)
- 2. Dean’s List
- 3. Mary Help of Christians Educational Assistance Fund (for BSTE)
- a. Philip Rinaldi Scholar (from Cebu Province Training Centers)
- b. Dominic Savio Scholar (from outside Cebu Training Centers)
- c. Blessed Michael Rua Scholar (for those who wants to be a Salesian)
- 4. Private Scholarship
- 5. Athletics Scholarship
- 6. Working Scholarship