THE UST Guidance and Counseling Office and the Testing Center have been separated in response to the growing needs of the University. The testing center will henceforth be known as the Office of Student Admission (OFAD).

“Remember, there are Guidance and Testing— two realities handled by one office. We decided, perhaps, that it’s high time for the creation of a separate Office for Student Admissions,” said UST Secretary General Fr. Winston Cabading, O.P.

The split will “enable the guidance counselors to devote their time to their work fully,” Guidance and Counseling Office Director Fr. Dionisio Cabezon, O.P. said.

The OFAD “shall establish a research-based admissions scheme in the University and conduct a massive administration of the entrance test,” said Fr. Cabading.

“The UST entrance test shall only be given four testing dates, the last Sundays of September and the first two Sundays,” said Marie Ann J. Sunga-Vargas, director of the new office.

Fr. Cabading also formed the OFAD committee composed of the UST Registrar Claire Carillo, College of Science Information and Computer Studies Chair Prof. Perla Cosme, and UST High School teacher Isabel Casas. John Patrick D. Padilla

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