Financial Assistance Programs Student Assistance Program (SA)


FEU Diliman offers this program to students who are financially challenged but intellectually prepared in pursuing a tertiary education. The program provides employment to qualified students on a contractual basis and is assigned to various offices of the Institute. They are paid based on their performances or quality of output, or on the scope or degree of responsibility assigned to them.

Financial Assistance 100 (fIN1H) scholarship

The grant is given to qualified incoming freshmen who come from public high schools in the National Capital Region. Beneficiaries of this grant will enjoy a full discount on tuition and miscellaneous fees, a book allowance per term, and monthly food and transportation allowance for the applicable term. Grantees will also be given three sets of school uniform and one set of PE uniform which will be given during the first term of the first year only. Grantees are also required to render one hundred eight (108) hours of student assistance service. To apply, the following requirements must first be met:

  1. Both parents must have a combined income of not more than PhP 150,000.00
  2. Must be an identified indigent resident of his/her barangay
  3. Must be of good moral character as vouched for by the authorities
  4. High school average of 88% or better in Math, Science, and English and must have a General Weighted Average of 88% or better
  5. Grades in all other subjects in his senior high must be at least 80%High school average of 88% or better in Math, Science, and English and must have a General Weighted Average of 88% or better
  6. Must pass the College Admission Test

Terms and conditions (FIN1H)

  • Must enroll in any of the programs of the college and must complete their respective programs within the prescribed number of terms
  • Must maintain a CGPA of 0 or better
  • Must have no grade of 0 (Officially Dropped)
  • Must have no failing grades in all courses taken or to be taken
  • No incomplete grades (9.0) in non-project based courses
  • An incomplete grade in Project 2 based courses must be completed within the succeeding three (3) terms but not beyond the midterm of the third term

Financial Assistance 50 (FIN50) Scholarship

Applicants for this grant are bonafide 3rd or 4th year students in the Institute that come from families that are certified indigents of their respective barangays. Grantees are required to render 54 hours of student assistance service per applicable term. The basic conditions for application are:

  1. Both parents must have a combined income of not more than PhP 200,000.00
  2. Must be an identified indigent resident of his/her barangay
  3. Must be of good moral character as vouched for by the authorities

Terms and conditions (FIN50)

  • Must maintain a TGPA of 5 or better
  • Must have no failing grades in all courses taken or to be taken
  • Must have no grade of 0 (Officially Dropped)
  • No incomplete grades (9.0) in non-project based courses
  • An incomplete grade in Project 2 based courses must be completed within the succeeding three (3) terms but not beyond the midterm of the third term

Shortlisted applicants shall be ranked according to CGPA obtained up to the last trimester.