Guidance and Counseling: OFFICE OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING
The Loyola Schools Office of Guidance & Counseling (LSOGC) offers programs and services designed to equip the students with the necessary tools for self-actualization in the context of personal, familial and societal realities. The office assists in the formation of the students through the developmental stages of self-awareness, self-exploration, self-enhancement, and self-offering. LSOGC professionals have two teams. Guidance counselors conduct the routine interviews and partner with ADSA, OCM, OSCI for the Integrated Non-academic Formation programs (INTACT, NSTP-plus, JEEP, and Pabaon). School psychologists handle special concerns of students.
Work or Internship Opportunities: ATENEO PLACEMENT OFFICE
The Ateneo Placement Office (APO) assists graduates in finding employment appropriate to their individuality for positive contribution to self, family, and society through a comprehensive Career Development Program and Networking with the four market sectors: industries, government offices/agencies, NGOs, and schools/colleges. Juniors are placed for practicum in these market sectors.
Religious Services: OFFICE OF THE CAMPUS MINISTRY
The Loyola Schools Office of the Campus Ministry, as a component of a Catholic and Jesuit institution, partakes of the Church’s mission of forming a community of disciples through renewed integral evangelization by striving to awaken the Loyola Schools community to the love of God and the following of Jesus in a society that calls for transformation through a real witnessing of faith that does justice. The Office hopes to form leaders with a dynamic spirituality that is Ignatian and rooted in a deep personal commitment to God who moves them to humbly respond to human situations that demand justice and compassion.
Immersion Activites: OFFICE FOR SOCIAL CONCERN AND INVOLVEMENT
The Office for Social Concern and Involvement (OSCI) is the conscientization arm of the Ateneo de Manila University that aims to increase social awareness and involvement by being more responsive to the struggle of the marginalized sectors of our society.
Non-Academic Student Support Services:
The Office of the Associate Dean for Student Affairs (ADSA) attends to the non-academic life of students at the Ateneo. In general, this means providing the relevant support services (e.g. ID production), serving as liaison to more specialized offices (e.g. the Loyola Schools Health Services) when necessary, and providing opportunities for formation outside the classroom by heading the Integrated Non-Academic Formation (INAF) Program and supervising the Office of Student Activities. Last, but not least, the ADSA Office serves as the guardian of the Code of Discipline– seeing to it that students of the Loyola Schools stay true to the values of the Ateneo and grow in responsibility (both personal and social) and moral excellence.
Health Services: INFIRMARY
The college infirmary offers free consultation, physical exams, emergency treatment and starter doses for students or staff needing medical attention. It has three doctors, on-call, a regular administrative staff, and four beds (2 for females, 2 for males). The infirmary is located at the ground floor of the Social Sciences Building.
International Student Support Services:
The Office of International Relations provides all-around support to all international students from admissions, visa acquisition, housing and logistical arrangements that might be required in adjusting to life in Manila.