Requests for Leave of Absence for the First Semester, SY 2022-2023 by LS Undergraduate Students (OADAA Memo)
16 Jul 2022 | Loyola Schools Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
To: LS Undergraduate Students
Mr Galvin Radley L Ngo, Officer-in-Charge, Gokongwei Brothers School of Education and Learning Design
Dr Agustin Martin G Rodriguez, Officer-in-Charge, School of Humanities
Dr Luis F Dumlao, Acting Dean, John Gokongwei School of Management
Dr Raphael A Guerrero, Dean, School of Science and Engineering
Dr Jose Jowel P Canuday, Officer-in-Charge, School of Social Sciences
Dr Benjamin Gerardo T Tolosa, Jr, Associate Dean for the Core Curriculum
Dr Leland Joseph R Dela Cruz, Associate Dean for Student Formation
Ms Ma Virginia G Acevedo, Officer-in-Charge, Office of the Associate Dean for Student and Administrative Services
LS Department Chairs/Program Directors
Dr Jose Ma Edito K Tirol, Director, Office of Admission and Aid
Mr. Gary Aguedo G. Faustino, Director, Office of Guidance and Counseling
Dr Marlene M De Leon, School Registrar
Mr Rene Salvador R San Andres, Director, Residence Halls
Dr Vernon R Totanes, Director, Rizal Library
Ms Carolyn Soledad P Natividad, Director, Office of Student Discipline
Mr Michael Jacinto F Mallillin, Director, Office for Student Services
Ms Liberty P Santos, Director, Central Accounting Office
Ms Karen C Sunico, Director, Office of International Relations
From: (Sgd) Josefina D Hofileña, PhD
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Re: Requests for Leave of Absence for the First Semester, SY 2022-2023 by LS Undergraduate Students
A Leave of Absence (LOA) refers to a period when a student temporarily discontinues one’s studies for non-academic and non-disciplinary reasons. A student’s request for an LOA requires the approval of relevant offices in the Loyola Schools.
I wish to remind all undergraduate students of Section I, Item 8 of the revised LS Academic Regulations which states:
8. Leave of Absence
8.1. Students who will not enroll at the Loyola Schools for non-academic or non-disciplinary reasons should apply for a Leave of Absence (LOA).
8.2. The LOA may not be granted to students who are on academic probation or have disciplinary cases. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the ADAA for academic matters and by the Director of the Office of Student Discipline for disciplinary matters.
8.3. Students may not study or enroll in another school while on LOA.
8.4. The period of leave may not exceed one academic year and may be availed of only once throughout the student’s entire stay in the Loyola Schools. Exceptions to this rule may be made by the ADAA.
Undergraduate students who are unable to enroll in the First Semester, SY 2022-2023 should submit their application for an LOA by Wednesday, 09 August 2022. Once the First Semester has commenced, the deadline for submission of LOA applications by enrolled students is on or before Saturday, 05 November 2022.
Students may access the following through these links:
1) Leave of absence form: LOA Application Form
2) User manual for for leave of absence form: LOA User Manual - Student
Upon submission of the application form, students should receive an automatic email acknowledgment of their submission. Students who do not receive such an acknowledgement are requested to immediately email email@example.com.
For students who are currently on LOA and would like to request for an extension of their leave of absence, kindly accomplish the Request for Extension of LOA Form.
Thank you very much.
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