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MANILA TYTANA COLLEGES
 
 
   
 
About the Program

Sports Development

Student Grievance

Spiritual Development
 

The Student Welfare and Development Department is responsible for many of the outside - the classroom facets of student life at Manila Tytana Colleges.  This includes development and welfare programs and services.

The Department is also responsible for planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating programs that will assist students in attaining the goal of becoming self directed, mature and worthy members of society by helping them discover and maximize their talents and potentials to their best advantage.

The Department envisions a community where all students are inspired to discover their hopes and dreams and to achieve their full human potential through involvement in collaborative, innovative, and result oriented programs and services that exemplifies the general hallmark of student affairs best practices.

Programs offered:

  • Leadership Training
  • Values Formation
  • Sports Development
  • Cultural Development
  • Writing Proficiency Development

Student Grievance
A student grievance refers to any conflict between a student as the aggrieved party, and a member of the academic community as respondent, that may be the cause of a complaint. A grievance may be informal or formal.

A grievance made orally is considered  informal. Only when a grievance is reduced into writing and duly-signed by the complainant does it become a formal complaint. An informal grievance should be settled  informally, while a formal grievance should be settled formally following a set of procedure.

A grievance  may be academic or behavioral. An academic  grievance  is one that arises from any controversy related to learning or to performance  in academic courses while a behavioral grievance is one that arises from the manner a person conducts himself or herself. The proceedings of the matter shall follow the existing and governing policies of the College, prescribed in the faculty, employee and/or administrative manuals.



Sports Development
The Sports Development Program of the SWDD aims to promote the integral and holistic development of students utilizing sports and organized physical activities, and other health and wellness activities. It is anchored on wellness, psychosocial and intellectual growth camaraderie and building of MTC identity.

The Sports Development program is open to non-student athletes. For student athletes, they are formed and prepared to represent the College in any school- sanctioned off-campus sports competitions.

Guidelines and Procedure
1. Any student who will qualify based on the criteria set by the Student Development Section of SWDD can become part of the MTC varsity team.
2. Upon approval of the SWDD officers and the Student Affairs Director, varsity coaches will spearhead the try-out for the aspiring athletes.
3. Varsity coaches shall schedule the try-out and facilitate the selection of new members of the varsity teams.
4. Varsity coaches shall evaluate the discipline records, and academic performance of the aspirants.
5. Varsity coaches shall endorse to the officers of SWDD and the Student AffairsDirector the list of selected members of the varsity for notation and approval.
6. The SWDD shall prepare and process the benefit package of the varsity players.
7. Congratulatory letters shall be sent to the parents of the varsity players.
Note: Physical Education instructors may also recommend possible athletes  for varsity coaches’ evaluation and processing. These students shall undergo the same procedure enumerated above.



Spiritual Development
The Student Welfare and Development Department provides students with various opportunities for spiritual direction and nourishment and ultimately promotes deeper understanding of religious doctrine and growth in spiritual life.

Any student may participate and join in religious and other ecumenical activities at his/her volition without prejudice to his/her spiritual belief. Students are also encouraged to join religious organizations to enrich their spiritual life.

Programs and Services are Sacrament of Reconciliation, Morning Prayers, Advent and Lenten Activities, Values Formation, Creative Prayer Sessions and Liturgies, Mass Celebrations, Talks on Spirituality and Pastoral Issues, Spiritual Guidance, and Counseling Family Ministry.