Tes Sharing Agreement Form
Nationally funded student financial aid programs are implemented in public and private institutions, including the TES of the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Law (RA 10931). TES is a scholarship program that financially supports Filipino students from “the poorest of the poor” households enrolled in public and private higher education institutions. Following the signing of the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) Sharing Agreement with Silliman University (SU) on the 10th Students jonah G. Obelle and Ma. Nikki G. Orosca receive for the 2019-2020 academic year students from the TES, which is managed by the Unified Student for Tertiary Education (Unifast) Financial Assistance System of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), a grant of PhP 60,000. As part of the TES sharing agreement, the scholarship covers the academic and extracurricular costs of scholarship students for one academic year, including tuition, miscellaneous fees, books, food and accommodation, transportation, among others. “Naka-help siya nga ma-lessen among the editions, especially his teaching, then nihatag pud siya`g occasion namo na maka-save,” Obelle said. (TES has helped us reduce our expenses, especially for our education, and has given us the opportunity to save money.) In addition to Obelle and Orosque, Kriztyl Kate C. Macalisang, a Kriztyl Kate C. Macalisang student, is a first-year TES recipient studying at SU. Obelle, which hosts BBA Management, said she applied for tes through the SU Office of the Registrar and Admissions, where she submitted documents, including her annual household income.
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