Facilities

PATTS pursuit of its vision to be the Center of Excellence in Aviation Education is evidenced by its new campus at Lombos Avenue., Brgy. San Isidro, Parañaque City.

 

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Student Services and Facilities
- OFFICE OF STUDENT SERVICES
- GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING
- PATTS Student Council OFFICE
- LIBRARY
- IT Center
- MEDICAL DENTAL CLINIC
- USE OF SPORTS FACILITIES INCLUDING RULES ON SCHOLARSHIPS
- LABORATORIES / SHOPS
 
Other Facilities
- AUDIO-VISUAL ROOM & MULTI-PURPOSE HALL
- REVIEW CENTER
- MEETING ROOM
- FACULTY ROOM
- PUBLICATIONS OFFICE
- MOCK ROOM
- BOOKSTORE
- NSTP OFFICE
- CANTEEN
- CLASSROOMS
- COMFORT ROOMS
- PARKING AREA
- BUILDING ADMINISTRATION RESTRICTIONS

 

Office of Student Services
 
Created to handle general student programs and problems, the Office of Student Affairs looks into students’ welfare and deportment; enforces rules and regulations on student behavior, discipline, and attire; and coordinates / monitors / approves co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of college, departments, and student organizations. It supervises the officers of the Student Council and all organizations both recognized and on permit status, and draws up plans and initiates programs / activities for student development.
 
Guidance and Counseling
 
Guidance and Counseling, as part of the OSA, help students become more self-actualizing and more fully functioning. Hence, it assists them to understand and ultimately handle their developmental, emotional, and adjustment needs.
Among the Services the GAC offers the following: a) Students’ Psychological Profile: b) Career Talks; c) Counseling for individual and group; d) Guidance and follow-up; f) Referrals.
 
PATTS Student Council Office
It is the highest governing body or the supreme student organization of all bonafide college students at PATTS; the power of which emanates from the Student Body. It shall be the sole, unified, autonomous and democratic representative body of the Students.

PSC represents the students where their rights and interests are concerned. It trains students in leadership, foster appreciation for self-government, encourages initiative and participation in the activities of the college, and promotes wholesome companionship. All bona fide college students of PATTS shall enjoy membership in the PATTS Student Council upon application for candidacy and winning the studentry election.
Library

For more effective and efficient library services and for closer supervision, PATTS Library is divided into the following sections:

A.) Information Section - This is where students secure the PATTS School ID and library
     cards. Referral letters are also issued here.
B.) Circulation Section – contains the main bulk of the Library collections whose purpose
     is to supplement the basic textbooks of the different courses. It also includes the
     Filipiniana collection (books of Filipino authors).
C.) Reserve Section - contains the basic textbooks prescribed by the instructors for
     shared use of their students.

D.)

 

Serial Section – contains the non-book materials which include newspapers, journals, magazines such as Time, Newsweek, Reader’s Digest, Aviation Week, annual reports, vertical files (such as newspaper clippings), proceedings, some private and government publications. The magazines in this section are strictly for room use only.

E.)

 

Reference Section – contains the general reference books which includes aeronautical books, encyclopedias, dictionaries, yearbooks, almanacs, bibliographies, biographical sources, geographical sources (maps, globes and atlases) and one of PATTS College priceless possession, the Engr. Jose Eduardo S. Valdez Technical book collection.
     
HOW TO SECURE THE SCHOOL ID CARDS
Requirements:  
  1. 1”x1” ID Picture (color / plain background)
  2. C.O.E. (Certificate of Enrollment) / Registration Form
  3. ID Cards Replacement Fee, receipt only for lost ID cards; payments may be done at the Cashier’s office
  4. In applying for replacement, affidavit of loss is required
   
HOW TO SECURE THE LIBRARY CARD
Requirements:  
  For New Students
  1. 1”x1” ID Picture (plain background)
  2. C.O.E. (Certificate of Enrollment) / Registration Form
   
  For Old Students
  1. 1”x1” ID Picture (plain background)
  2. C.O.E. (Certificate of Enrollment) / Registration Form
  3. Library Card Replacement Fee, receipt only for Library Card; payments are done at the Cashier’s Office
  4. Affidavit of Loss duly noted by the College Librarian.
   
HOW TO SECURE A REFERRAL LETTER
  Requirements:
  Furnish the Librarian with the following information:
  Validated Library Card
  1. Library you plan to visit, address and the name of the Librarian
  2. Name/s of student’/s who will go to the Library
  3. Year and Course
  4. Topic for research
     
HOUSE RULES:

1.

Students are required to deposit their bags at the Baggage Counter upon entrance. Only paper, notebooks, pencils, ballpens, wallets, cell phones and other valuable items are allowed inside the library. A penalty fee will be charged for lost baggage counter number.

2.

When borrowing a book, fill out the book card found at the back cover, by writing the date, full name, time borrowed. Submit this to the Section In-Charge with your validated Library Card. Selected books are labeled for overnight use. Book must be returned on or before 12:00 noon of the following day. Failure to return the book on time will mean a fine of (10) ten pesos per day of delay. Students are allowed to borrow only one (1) book per day.

3.

In case of loss, the student is required to replace the book with the same title and author. If lost book is out of stock/print, the corresponding amount of the book will be charged. Payments are made at the Cashier’s Office.

4.

Students caught stealing, tearing, writing on, and marking Library books will be suspended for 1 week for the 1st offense or dropped for the rest of the semester, for the 2nd offense, Parents/guardian will be called in. The use of another student’s library card/falsification of or any attempt to falsify, alter, tamper or change Library materials/documents warrants two (2) weeks suspension of library privileges for the 1st offense and one (1) month suspension for the 2nd offense and so on.

 

 

 

IT Center

Staff on duty has the authority and responsibility to enforce these rules and regulations, as well as to make decisions concerning situations not covered herein. Failure to obey site rules and regulations will result in being asked to leave the facility, with a possible penalty of suspension of use of the facilities and the termination of the computer account of the concerned.

  1. The PATTS IT Center is for general use by PATTS College of Aeronautics students who are currently enrolled. Lab patrons must present valid school ID upon entering the facility.
  2. Each student is entitled 5 hours of Internet time per semester. Each session is defaulted to one hour per student.
  3. Utilization of these facilities for illegal purposes is strictly prohibited. Illegal activities, such as producing illegal materials and plagiarism, will be reported to the proper authorities.
  4. Utilization of these facilities for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, producing, scanning, printing or posting of advertisements and other commercial materials.
  5. It is illegal to copy software without authorization from the developer. Lab Patrons may not copy PATTS licensed software. Lab Patrons may not use illegally copied software or unauthorized copyrighted material, including MP3x, at any PATTS FACILITY.
  6. Anyone found mistreating or removing PATTS ITC property within the facilities will lose their IT lab privileges. Staff members are responsible for overseeing the IT center and need cooperation from lab patrons at all times in order that everything runs smoothly. With this in mind, being uncooperative to the staff in any manner is not allowed.
  7. Any lab patron who is disruptive, non-responsive, rude, disrespectful, etc. to any staff member – in person, through email, or by any other form of communication – will be subject to measures to exclude them from the premises until such time that their cooperation can be ensured.
  8. No one, other than authorized PATTS ITC staff, will be admitted into the facility prior to lab opening or permitted to stay in the facility after lab closing. Hours are posted throughout the facility and outside of the facility’s main doors. In case of emergencies and other special circumstances, ITC staff has the authority and responsibility to immediately clear the facility.
  9. Lab Patrons are served on a first come, first served basis according to the waiting line. Each student is given a one (1) hour per session to give chance to other lab patrons.
  10. Lab Patrons must promptly relinquish their workstations for scheduled classes or upon request by ITC staff.
  11. Lab Patrons must log into their own accounts. Account sharing is strictly prohibited.
  12. Lab Patrons are expected to maintain a noise level conducive to an academic atmosphere. Individuals making excessive noise will be asked to quiet down or leave the lab.
  13. Cell phone use is not permitted in any computer lab. Lab patrons are expected to turn their cell phones off or set them to silent when they enter the lab. Cell phone calls and conversations must be taken outside of the computer lab so other lab patrons are not disturbed.
  14. While inside the PATTS ITC, lab patrons are prohibited from smoking, eating, drinking, and other activities deemed inappropriate by ITC staff.
  15. Computer game playing is prohibited at all computer facilities at all times. (This includes, but is not limited to, MUDs, Netscape games, on-line games etc.)
  16. Personal files stored on local hard disks are not protected and are therefore subject to modification, erasure, and plagiarism. PATTS ITC is not responsible for lost or damaged information. Diskettes and CDs are not allowed inside the IT center.
  17. Any software not supported by PATTS ITC which is otherwise placed on local hard disks will be promptly erased.
  18. Printing is not provided to all lab patrons.
  19. Visiting Pornographic sites and on-line gambling sites are strictly prohibited.
  20. Facility telephones and other staff equipment are reserved solely for PATTS ITC workers.
  21. No computers (including laptops) other than the ones provided by ITC are permitted to be plugged into network connections in College’s network facilities at any time.
  22. PATTS and its employees are not responsible for personal belongings. Do not leave personal items unattended.
  23. No pets or laboratory animals of any kind are permitted in the computer labs.
Medical Dental Clinic

The Medical Dental Clinic strengthens & facilitates the educational process by modifying or removing health related barriers to learning individual students and by promoting an optimal level of wellness for students and staff.

The following procedures shall be observed:
1. Issuance of Medical Certificate
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The student must submit excuse letter from parents/guardian with valid identification (ID) or medical certification from the attending physician.
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Present School ID
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Illness while in School
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Provides palliative care & treatment, if unfit to attend classes, a sent home slip & referral will be issued
2. Excuse from ROTC
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A student must submit a medical certificate from his attending physician. This certification will be verified by the college
3. Isolation of Student/Staff & Instructor with frequently encountered communicable diseases such as:
  - Influenza - German measles
  - Infectious hepatitis - Conjunctivities
  - Mumps - Tuberculosis
  - Typhoid Fever - Chicken pox
4. Exclusion of contacts to prevent the spread of communicable disease.
a.
  Notify the VP for Academic Affairs and Instructors concernec
b.
  Issue a sent home slip and referral to physician.
c.
  Submit a certification of 'fit to attend classes' note from the attending physician once back to school.
d.
  A return to school examination shall be conducted
  d.1 To detect if illness is still contagious.
  d.2 To determine whether the student is fit to attend classes.
5.   Dispensation of over the counter medicine (Over the counter medicine - no need for doctor's prescription)
    only initial medicine, a maximum of 2 pcs. will be given while inside the college premises. The concerned
    individual will buy their own medicine if the next dose will be needed. The student/staff/instructor who took
    medicine for three or more times will be referred to the college physician who will assess and evaluate their
    condition and health status.
     
SCHEDULE OF MEDICAL STAFF  
Dr. Israel Español (College Physician) Dra. Gloria Crisostomo (College Dentist)
Mondays and Saturdays 2:00pm – 5:00 pm Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:00am – 12:00 noon
Thursdays 9:00am – 12:00noon Fridays 1:00pm – 4:00 pm
     
Use of Sports Facilities Including Rules on Scholarship
1. Athletics Equipment and Related Sports Facilities:
  • The use of Sports facilities is under the supervision of the Athletics Director.
  • Students who want to borrow athletics Equipment must present their ID Cards and the Athletics Director must record the said equipment in the log book.
  • After returning the said equipment, the ID Card will be returned to the borrower.
2.The following may avail of the Athletics Scholarship:
  • Those who passed the try-outs and screening conducted by the official head coach will be recommended to Athletics Director; the Athletics Director recommends the most qualified applicants to the College President.
  • Those who are enrolled with a minimum of 15 units every semester and must be able to pass at least 60% of the total academic units.
  • Scholarships come in the form of percentage discounts depending upon the recommendation of the Head coach and subject to the approval of the College President.
  • Residency:
    • High school graduates and Transferees may qualify as members of the varsity team provided they meet the requirements as stated in 2.1
    • Athletes who have played other leagues (UAAP, NCAA, NCRAA, CUSA SCUAA and other sports associations) must have One (1) year residency in PATTS
 
Laboratory / Shops
GENERAL LABORATORY SAFETY PROCEDURES AND RULES
  • Never eat, drink, or smoke while working in the laboratory.
  • Read labels carefully.
  • Do not use any equipment unless you are trained and approved as a user by the Instructor.

 

  • Wear safety glasses or face shields when working with hazardous materials and/or equipment.
  • Wear gloves when using any hazardous or toxic agent.
  • When handling dangerous substances, wear gloves, laboratory coats, and safety shield or glasses. Shorts and sandals should not be worn in the lab at any time. Shoes are required when working in the machine shops.
  • If you have long hair or loose clothes, make sure it is tied back or confined.
  • Keep the work area clear of all materials except those needed for your work. Coats should be hung in the hall or placed in a locker. Extra books, purses, etc. should be kept away from equipment that requires airflow or ventilation to prevent overheating.
  • Disposal – Students are responsible for the proper disposal of used material, if any, in appropriate containers.
    Equipment Failure – If a piece of equipment fails while being used, report it immediately to your lab assistant or Instructor.
  • Never try to fix the problem yourself because you could harm yourself and others.
  • If leaving a lab unattended, turn off all ignition sources and lock the doors.
  • Never pipette anything by mouth.
  • Any person found misusing the equipment will be subject to disciplinary action.
  • Clean up your work area before leaving.
  • Wash hands before leaving the lab and before eating.

LABORATORY SAFETY

All students must read and understand the information with regard to laboratory safety and emergency procedures prior to the first laboratory session. Your personal laboratory safety depends mostly on YOU. Effort has been made to address situations that may pose a hazard in the lab but the information and instructions provided cannot be considered all-inclusive.

Students must adhere to written and verbal safety instructions throughout the academic term. Since additional instructions may be given at the beginning of laboratory sessions, it is important that all students arrive at each session on time.

With good judgment, the chance of an accident in this course is very small. Nevertheless, research and teaching workplaces (labs, shops, etc.) are full of potential hazards that can cause serious injury and or damage to the equipment. Working alone and unsupervised in laboratories is forbidden if you are working with hazardous substances or equipment. With prior approval, at least two people should be present so that one can shut down equipment and call for help in the event of an emergency.

Safety training and/or information should be provided by faculty member, laboratory assistant, lab safety contact, or staff member at the beginning of a new assignment or when a new hazard is introduced into the workplace.

Good common sense is needed for safety in laboratory. It is expected that each student will work in a responsible manner and exercise good judgment and common sense. If at any time you are not sure how to handle a particular situation, ask your Laboratory Assistant or Instructor for advice. DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING WITH WHICH YOU ARE NOT COMPLETELY FAMILIAR WITH!!! It is always better to ask questions than to risk harm to yourself or damage to the equipment.

Electrical Safety
1. Obtain permission before operating any high voltage equipment.
2. Maintain an unobstructed access to all electrical panels.
3. Wiring or other electrical modifications must be referred to the Electronics Shop or the Building Administrator.
4. Avoid using extension cords whenever possible. If you must use one, obtain a heavy – duty one that is electrically grounded, with its own fuse, and install it safely. Extension cords should not go under doors, across aisles, be hung from the ceiling, or plugged into other extension cords.
5. Never, ever modify, attach or otherwise change any high voltage equipment.
6. Always make sure all capacitors are discharged (using a grounded cable with an insulating handle) before touching high voltage leads or the “inside” of any equipment even after it has been turned off. Capacitors can hold charge for many hours after the equipment has been turned off.
7. When you are adjusting any high voltage equipment or a laser which is powered with a high voltage supply, USE ONLY ONE HAND. Your other hand is best placed in a pocket or behind your back. This procedure eliminates the possibility of an accident where high voltage current flows up one arm, through your chest, and down the other arm.
   
Mechanical Safety
1. When using compressed air, use only approved nozzles and never direct the air towards any person.
2. Guards on machinery must be in place during operation.
3. Exercise care when working with or near hydraulically – or pneumatically – driven equipment. Sudden or unexpected motion can inflict serious injury.
   
Chemical Safety
1. Treat every chemical as if it were hazardous.
2. Make sure all chemicals are clearly and currently labeled with the substance name and concentration.
3. Never return chemicals to reagent bottles. (Try for the correct amount and share any excess.)
4.
Comply with fire regulations concerning storage quantities, types of approved containers and cabinets, proper labeling, etc. If uncertain about regulations, contact the Building Administrator.
Use volatile and flammable compounds only in a fume hood. Procedures that produce aerosols should be performed in a hood to prevent inhalation of hazardous material.
Never allow a solvent to come in contact with your skin. Always use gloves.
  Never “smell” a solvent!! Read the label on the solvent bottle to identify its contents.
  Dispose of waste and broken glassware in proper containers.
  Clean up spills immediately.
  Do not store food in laboratories.
   
  Additional Safety Guidelines
· Never do unauthorized experiments.
· Never work alone in laboratory.
· Keep your lab space clean and organized.
· Do not leave an on-going experiment unattended.
· Always inform your instructor if you break a tool or an equipment.
· Do not use corridors for storage of work areas.
· Do not store heavy items above table height. Any overhead storage of supplies on top of cabinets should be limited to lightweight items only.
· Be careful when lifting heavy objects.
· Clean your lab bench and equipment, and close the door before you leave the laboratory.
   
Emergency Responses
1. It is your responsibility to read safety and fire alarm posters and follow the instructions during an emergency.
2. Know the location of the fire extinguisher, eye wash, and safety shower in your lab and know how to use them.
3. Notify your instructor immediately after any injury, fire or explosion, or spill.
4. Know the building evacuation procedures.

 

Meeting Room
 
1.
The head of the organization or group applying for the use of the facility secures an application form from the Administration Office.
2. He fills up the form and then submits the accomplished form to the Building Administrator.
3. The Building Administrator consults with the VP for Student Affairs who is in possession of the year-round schedule of activities, to determine the availability of the facility.
4. The Building Administrator makes his recommendation to the Executive Assistant to the College President for disposition.
5. The Building Administrator will inform the party concerned of the action taken on the application.
 
Faculty Room
 
The Faculty Room is exclusively reserved for Faculty members. The following guidelines should be strictly observed:
1. No students shall be allowed inside the Faculty Lounge.
2. Visitors, relatives or guests shall be entertained only at the designated area at the ground floor lobby. Children are not allowed inside the faculty.
3. All appliances/equipment are exclusively for faculty members use only.
4. The Faculty room is a “No Smoking Area”.
5. Appliances/Equipment inside the faculty room should be handled with care.
6. Littering inside or within the outside area of the faculty lounge is prohibited.
 
Publications Office

The PATTS Publications Office is exclusively for the use of the Publication staff and is branched into two:

1. The Aeroscope Magazine Publication

The Aeroscope magazine is the official publication of PATTS College of Aeronautics. It is published quarterly to provide the readers with the latest updates in the aviation industry and inform them about school-related activities. It operates independently from all other units in the school campus. It is essentially a technical Magazine and is published in English and Filipino.

2. The Contrails Yearbook Publication

The Contrails Yearbook is a priceless souvenir of the past. Pictures and precious moments are gathered to form a book of memories. They capture the most momentous and touching periods of the students’ lives most specially the graduating batch of every school year. For all PATTSEANS it is the thrill of having been part of PATTS where memorable student days were spent, where one’s greatest dream is achieved…GRADUATION.

Both Publications are geared towards their aims of Training staffers to develop their skills and creativity in the field of writing and to enchance leadership and capabilities to interact with fellow PATTSEANS.

To qualify in the Publications Staff, the following requirements should be met:

  1. Must be a bonafide PATTS Student & with at least one (1) year residence.
  2. Must be a full time and regular student with a minimum load of fifteen (15) units.
  3. Must have a semestral weighted average of not lower than 2.25 for editorial positions
    and 2.50 for all other staffers in the last semester immediately preceeding application.
  4. Must not on academic grounds have been disqualified, put on probation or given a grade of 5.0 or F.A. in the last semester in which the applicant was enrolled in before the examination. Any grade of INC. must have been completed prior to the deadline for submission of application for the examination.
  5. Must not have been charged of or convicted for any civil, criminal or administrative case.
  6. Must not hold any officership in the PATTS Student Council.
  7. Must not have served in any capacity in the publications office for more than two school years.
  8. Must be physically and mentally fit and not otherwise incapacitated.
  9. Must pass the competitive qualifying examinations administered for selection purposes.

The publications Staff shall enjoy the following scholarship:

  1. Aeroscope Magazine Publication Staff:
  2. Editor-in-Chief ---------100%
    Associate Editor -------- 50%
    Managing Editor -------- 75%
    News Editor -------------- 35%
    Literary Editor ----------- 35%
    Staff Writer -------------- 25%
    Lay-out Artist ------------ 50%
    Illustrationist ------------ 25%
    Photographer ------------ 25%
    Encoder ------------------- 25%

  3. Contrails Yearbook Publication Staff:

    Editor-in-Chief ----------- 100%
    Associate Editor ----------- 60%
    Managing Editor ----------- 60%
    Lay-out Artist -------------- 60%
    Illustrationist -------------- 45%
    Photographer -------------- 25%
    Encoder -------------------- 25%

Mock Room
  1. All transactions regarding Tours and PTS activities shall be entertained at the Tourism Mock Office.
  2. Only students with important transactions are allowed inside the mock office.
  3. The PTS mini library located inside the mock room is exclusively for Tourism students’ use only.
  4. Appliances/equipment in the mock office is exclusively for tourism students only and should be handled with care.
  5. Students and PTS officers must observe silence inside the tourism mock office.
  6. Liquors and other alcoholic drinks, drugs, are prohibited inside the mock office.
  7. Littering inside the mock office is prohibited.
  8. Smoking is not allowed inside the tourism mock office.
 
Bookstore
  1. The bookstore is open from 7:30 AM to 7:00 PM from Monday to Saturday.
  2. During enrollment, enrollees are required to pay the following:
    • Examination Booklets for one semester
    • PE Uniforms and ROTC T-Shirt (these can be claimed after enrollment upon presentation of the official receipt.)
  3. The following items, are available at the bookstore.
    • School and Office supplies.
    • Textbooks
    • Drawing Instruments and Drawing Forms
    • Scarves for all courses
    • School Uniform
NSTP Office
National Service Training Program (NSTP) refers to the program aimed at enhancing civic con sciousness and defense preparedness in the youth, by developing the ethics of ser vice and patriotism while undergoing training in any of the three Program components, specifically designed to enhance the youth’s active contribution to the general welfare.

Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) refers to the program component, institutionalized under Section 38 and 39 of the Republic Act No. 7077, designed to provide military training to tertiary level students in order to motivate, train, organize and mobilize them for national defense preparedness.
  1. Program Implementation: all incoming students, male and female, starting School Year 2002-2003, enrolled in any baccalaureate and in at least two (2) year technical-vocational or associate courses, are required to complete one (1) NSTP component of their choice, as a graduation requirement.
  2. Duration and Equivalent Course Unit
    • Each of the aforementioned NSTP components shall be undertaken for an academic period of two (2) semester. It shall be credited for three (3) units per semester, for fifty-four (54) to ninety (90) training hours per semester.
    • A one (1) summer program in lieu of the two (2) semester program may be designed, formulated and adopted by the DND, CHED and TESDA, subject to the capability of the school and the AFT to handle the same.
  3. Organization of NSTP Graduates: Graduates of the ROTC program shall form part of the Citizen Armed Force pursuant to RA 7077, subject to the requirements of DND.
  4. Enrollment:
    • All male and female students, when enrolled shall be classified under the one of the following categories: Active, Deferred, Exempted.
    • The ROTC Basic Course shall cover instruction in accordance with the Program of Instruction prescribed by GHQ, AFP.
    • ROTC commandant and the Heads of the Institutions concerned may agree to enroll students from other schools with or without ROTC Units.
    • Any student who enrolls for ROTC Training during the period when a desired semestral course is not offered, may be deferred from the next semester or may cross enroll with another school where the course is being offered.
  5. Discharge of Cadets:
    • The ROTC Commandant shall be delegated the authority to discharge a cadet at any time during the semester for being habitual offender resulting from his own neglect or willful intent.
    • The ROTC Commandant, with the approval of the CGs/COs, Major Service reserve Commands may drop or discharge any cadet taking the Advance course any time during the semester if he fails to demonstrate sufficient aptitude for the service as a potential commissioned officer.
    • The name of cadets discharged under sub-paragraphs a and b shall be disseminated to all concerned to prevent such cadets from re-enrolling in other ROTC Units.
  6. Training Program: Commanders concerned shall prepare and publish the prescribed training programs in accordance with the approved POI for ROTC units under their jurisdiction.
  7. Attendance:
    • A minimum attendance of eighty (80%) percent of the total number of hours of ROTC Training per semester shall be required to pass the course.
    • Absences from instructions due to sickness, injury or other exceptional circumstances may be excused.
  8. Grading
    • Reserve Officers Training Corps shall conform to the school calendar as far as practicable.
    • Cadets shall be given a final grade for every semester/trimester, such grade to be computed based on the following weights:
      • Attendance 30 points
      • Military Aptitude 30 points
      • Subject Proficiency 40 points
      • 100 points equals 100%
    • Cadets, however, must obtain a minimum of 28 point in subject proficiency and 24 point in attendance in the above points distribution, in order to pass the semester’s work.
    • Each cadet shall be given one hundred (100) merits at the beginning of every semester.
    • Additional merits may be awarded for attending special formations, parades or other school activities outside of prescribed training hours. For every infraction of regulation, he shall be penalized by demerits.
  9. Uniforms: Fatigue Uniforms, combat boots, white T-shirts, Bull Cap shall be used by Basic ROTC Cadets during training.
  10. Medals and Awards: The following medals maybe awarded at the end of each academic year and are authorized to be worn as part of the cadet’s uniform.
    • Honor Medal – Awarded to all honor cadet/cadette graduates. Honor cadet/cadette graduates are those whose proficiency in military training intelligence and attention to duty merit the recognition of the ROTC Commandant and the school authorities.
    • Leadership Medal – Awards to the cadet/cadette officer who has shown outstanding leadership, who can best command the respect and confidence of his/her fellow cadet/cadette.
    • Loyalty Medal – Awarded to the graduating cadet/cadette who have been most loyal, most obedient, and most helpful to the ROTC Department throughout the year.
    • Duty Medal – Awarded to the graduating cadet/cadette who has the best attendance and the least demerits throughout the entire course.
    • Efficiency Medal – Awarded to the graduating cadet/cadette who obtain the highest efficiency rating throughout the entire course.
    • Honor Star medal – Awarded to the cadets and cadettes of every year of the Basic and Advance Courses who obtain a general average of ninety percent (90%) or over, and have no subject with a grade of eighty five (85%) in both academic and ROTC Course.
    • Marksmanship Medal – Awarded to the cadet/cadette who garners the highest score during the Marksmanship training.
  11. Graduate: The graduates of the ROTC Courses shall fall under two categories:
    • Basic ROTC Course Graduates – Those who have successfully completed the prescribed Basic ROTC Course.
    • Advance ROTC Course Graduates – Those who have successfully completed the prescribed Advance ROTC Course.
  12. Diploma and Certificates: The ROTC Commandant shall award the ROTC Certificate of completion to each graduate of the Basic ROTC Course.
Canteen
1. All students and staff are requested to form their line and wait for their turn to be served.
2. The customers should pay as they order only to the Cashier. They should ensure that the exact amount punched by the Cashier is the same amount reflected on the receipt and on the cash register.
3. The customers should always ask for a receipt and count their exact change before leaving the counter.
4. The Customers should claim their change within twenty-four (24) hours after the transaction.
5. The Canteen should not be held liable in cases of lost valuables inside the canteen premises. The customers are expected to look after their valuables and belongings.

6. Students and staff are not allowed to bring the Canteen utensils (plates, spoons, forks, glasses, etc.) and other materials owned by the Canteen outside the Canteen Area. In borrowing same, the students and staff should surrender their School Identification Cards which will be returned as soon as the items borrowed are also returned to the Canteen Supervisor.

7. There are warning signs like “Wet Floor”, “Hot Surface” or “Unauthorized Persons Keep Out” posted in the Canteen. Students and Staff are requested to take note of these signs to avoid any accidents or untoward incidents.

8. Vandalism in the Canteen is strictly prohibited.

9. Students are prohibited to loiter in the Canteen during class hours.

10. The Canteen must be used as eating area. Thus, students are not allowed to use it as study or meeting areas without the consent of Canteen Management.

11. The Customers must immediately report to the Canteen Supervisor in-charge any accidents inside Canteen premises or any incident involving the Canteen Personnel or any cases of food poisoning, foreign bodies or insects found in the food, burns, etc.

12. In case of pilferage, theft or non-payment of students of their orders, the Canteen Supervisor shall report the incident immediately to the School Administration for further investigation and decision.

13. The Customers are not allowed to smoke inside the Canteen.

14. Playing or rough housing inside he Canteen is prohibited. The students shall pay for any damages which may be incurred due to playing or rough housing.

15. The students should avoid littering in the Canteen. Garbage bins are strategically located around the area. They shall observe proper garbage disposal system.

16. Food bought in the Canteen must be consumed immediately to avoid food spoilage or food poisoning.

 
Class Rooms
  • No student is allowed inside any classroom after classes;
  • Vandalism, pilferage, littering, eating and or other acts of improper use warrants the corresponding & appropriate penalty which maybe suspension, dismissal, or expulsion.
  • Observance of the proper uniform policy and good behavior is strictly enforced.
 
Comfort Rooms

1. Comfort rooms are exclusive for designated users only which maybe for school officials, for employees, for students, for male, for female or for disabled.
2. Suspension, dismissal, expulsion and/or other appropriate sanction will be imposed to any person caught for vandalism, pilferage, littering or other acts of improper use.

 
Parking Area
  1. Only vehicles with Car Stickers shall be allowed entry to PATTS Premises. The “No Sticker, No Entry” Policy shall be strictly implemented.
  2. Parking shall be allowed only at the designated Parking Blocks/areas as follows:
    • Motorcycle/Bicycle Parking Block
      (Opposite the Office of VP-OSA)
    • Students/Other Cars Parking Block
    • Employees/VIP’s/Guests Parking Block
  3. Vehicle owners/drivers are prohibited to turn on their car radios/stereos, blow their horns, or step on the gas to create disturbing noises which may cause distraction of classes, while inside the school premises.
  4. No bystanders are allowed in the parking area.
 
Building Administration Restrictions

The Building Administrator is an authority who is responsible for the college’s utilities and facilities. He is considered the Arm of the Administration where every usage of the College’s utilities and facilities are entrusted.

Ground floor: Front wing
Right wing (East wing)
· Restrooms beside VP-OSA as well as the area in between the Restrooms & Students Services Section are off-limits to students.
Left wing (west wing)
· Area in between PT & Derma Section & Restrooms are off limits to students.
· Students are not allowed the use of elevator and/or stairs to second floor.
2nd floor: front wing
Right Wing (East Wing)
· Area in between Review Director’s Office & Review Center are off limits to students (except reviewers and reviewees, they can also use the restroom)
· Stairs to 3rd floor are off limits to students
Left Wing (West Wing)
* Employees’ Lounge, Hallway up to Adoration Chapel – off limits to students.