CHED Memo for religious freedom

CHED

Guidelines on Student Affairs and Services Program

CHED Memo No. 21 Series of 2006

Original location: http://www.ched.gov.ph/chedwww/index.php/eng/Information/CHED-Memorandum-Orders/2006-CHED-Memorandum-Orders
Link to original document: http://www.ched.gov.ph/chedwww/index.php/eng/content/download/698/3897/file/CMO_21_S_2006.pdf

Article 3 Section 6. “Student Affairs and Services (SAS) – Student Affairs and Services are the services and programs in any university or college that are concerned with non-academic experiences of students to attain total student development …”

Article 3 Section 16. “Multi-faith Services – refer to the provision of an environment conducive to free expression of one’s religious orientation in accordance with institutional principles and policies.”

(page 4) “Campus Ministry/Multi-faith Services … maybe part of basic student services but may be found in academic support services subject to institutional priority.”

 

Enhanced Policies and Guidelines on Student Affairs and Services

CHED Memo No. 9 Series of 2013

Original location: http://www.ched.gov.ph/chedwww/index.php/eng/Information/CHED-Memorandum-Orders/2013-CHED-Memorandum-Orders
Link to original document: http://www.ched.gov.ph/chedwww/index.php/eng/content/download/3731/18488/file/CMO%20No.09%20s2013.pdf

Article 5 Section 30. “Multi-faith Services – refer to the provision of an environment conducive to free expression of one’s religious orientation in accordance with institutional principles and policies.”

30.1 “The HEI shall be encouraged to ensure that the right of religion is respected.”

30.2 “The HEI must provide mechanism for the use of facilities.”

 

 

 

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Posted on October 28, 2013, in Documents, Resources and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. It is good to know that we have legal bases for XA in HEI’s. I just would like to ask if there is also a DepEd memo (for High Schools) that can be used to support the organization. thank you

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