1. To provide financial assistance to deserving and
2. To enable the CvSU benefactors, donors, alumni, and friends to share their resources in helping provide education opportunities to deserving and capable students.
TYPES OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
1. CvSU State Scholarship (Board Resolution 5, s. 1990)
- Granted to financially deserving students who excel in academic performance.
- Grantees are required to render 20 hours a month of work service to the unit/office they are assigned.
2. Honorific or Academic Scholarship
- A GPA of 1.45 or better = full scholar
- A GPA of 1.75 to 1.46 = partial scholars
- Those who graduated as high school Valedictorians, Salutatorians, and other Honor Students are considered Entrance Scholars and are automatically classified as full and partial scholars, respectively provided that the total number of graduates from the school where he/she came from is not lower than 50.
- Granted to students who passed the selection criteria of the sponsoring individuals and organizations.
3. Job Experience Program
- Extended to financially handicapped students so that they can enroll in a particular course and pay the corresponding school fees incurred for the semester through work services rendered to the University.
- Covered with an agreement (contract) that grantees will pay the amount incurred within the semester through work services they will render in the University.
4. Student Assistantship
- Granted to students who desire to render work services to the University and receive remuneration for services rendered while studying.
5. Service Scholarships
- Provides free tuition or tuition discounts to students who have rendered service to the University as members of Varsity Teams, Socio-Cultural Organization, (CvSU Dance Troupe, Student Artist Society and CvSU Chorale Ensemble) or Editor-in-Chief of student publication, Officers of the Student General Assembly, ROTC Officers and Advance ROTC Cadets.
6. Government Scholarship
- Given to students who passed the qualifying scholarship criteria for Philippine Veterans Affairs (PVAO), United States Veterans Affairs (USVA), R. A. 7883, Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Provincial Treasury, CHED Special Grant, and other similar recognized government scholarships honored by the University.
- R. A. 7160 shall be limited to a maximum of 2 qualified and deserving children of barangay officials including barangay tanods and members of lupong tagapamayapa during the incumbency of the aforesaid officials.
7. CvSU Scholarship Privilege (University Code approval of Board, Art. 13 Section 12, 1 and 13.2) their dependents provided that such employees of the University have rendered at least one year of continuous service to the University, irrespective of their employment status.