Joey Sarte-Salceda Scholarship GrantPolicies and Guidelines on Scholarship
The College of Medicine Scholarship and Awards Committee is a standing committee advisory to the Dean on matters related to scholarships and awards for students, faculty and non-teaching staff.The committee must have a Chair and two members (one senior faculty; one junior faculty) who will recommend to the Dean, the guidelines on scholarships and award. Furthermore, the committee shall perform the following functions:
- Develop guidelines on scholarship grants for internally- and externally-funded programs and awards for academic and non-academic performance;
- Screen and process applications/recommendations for scholarships and awards based on approved guidelines and criteria;
- Recommend to the Dean list of awardees/grantees duly certified by the committee for final approval.
- Prepare reports related to scholarship and awards every end of semester to be submitted to the Dean and annually for publication/dissemination to the public including donors and sponsors.
- Consult/negotiate with possible benefactors/sponsors for specific guideline and criteria prior to implementation of the grants.
- At least 90 NMAT percentile score;
- GWA of 2.0 and no grade of 5.0 in the undergraduate program;
- Excellent rating in the competency interview;
- Leadership abilities/potentials demonstrated in the undergraduate studies and socio-civic engagements, and;
- Outstanding rating of the submitted research proposal.
- Applicants must have received a copy of the official Notice of Admission before submitting application for scholarship.
- Must complete the online application process to include Personal Statement and Proposed Research Project.
- Short-listed applicants are subjected to a panel interview to examine feasibility and scientific merit of the proposal and the candidate’s ability to succeed.
- Successful applicants will be published by the Office of the Dean of the College of Medicine for dissemination.