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The Student Activities and Development Unit (SADU) develops students to become effective leaders, efficient followers to other cognizant of their talents and skills and put these in productive endeavors not only in school but also in the community where they live. These shall be realized through students’ active participation in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
The unit allows the students to practice, discover, develop, and impart their talents and yearnings. It is through commitment in student activities that students get to live-out leadership in areas that cater to personal passions, that empower peers, and that uplift conditions of those in need.
While in pursuit of these, significant support from the community is given to students and a strong sense of responsibility is expected of them. This will encourage and safeguard order and accord, as well as identify various support systems that aid in the successful achievement of students’ desires.
The Student Development component creates programs that seek to encourage the formation of the students whose activities are geared toward social, spiritual, cultural, technological advancement and recreational aspects of development. It offers the following programs:
The Student Activities component supervises and regulates the operations of Recognized Student Organizations and Special Interest Group. SADU is responsible for the following:
Programs of the Student Activities and Development is gearing toward creating a community of leaders who are passionate, proactive, innovative and ever ready to be of service to others. It is the foundation of the training that the unit provides to all who want to be leaders for service.
According to a famous author, he said that “Service to others is the essence of success. If you can contribute to others, no matter how small your talent, you too can become successful. The measure of anyone is the number of people that they serve. No one achieves success without being of service. All great men and women became successful because they gave some talent or ability in the service of others. Everybody has to be somebody to somebody to be anybody”.
And so every student leader needs to learn that it is better to give than to receive. The venerable saying is drummed into our heads from our first time we heard about leadership.
Leaders are hard to find. They exhibit a unique blend of charisma, vision and character traits that attract people to follow them. They exhibit characteristics that best personify the ideal leaders. But, mostly, as they exhibit these traits and characteristics, people will want to follow them. Follow me." If you're the boss, you can get away with this attitude to a certain degree, but the followers you attract will be compulsory and not following you by choice. They will heed your advice and obey your commands, but it is involuntary followership based on your organizational hierarchy to a large degree.
Leaders understand that to actually lead most effectively and successfully, they need to attract people who want to follow them. The unit aims not only to create student leaders to be good followers; it aims to produce leaders who will take charge of every situation they will face in the future. Leaders who are decision-makers. Development trainings are designed to unleash the leadership skills of all the student leaders and be ready to face real life challenges.
FEU TECH student leaders are expected to imbibe excellence in their personal lives. This is one of the core values of the university that needs to be possessed by all iTamaraws.
Student Leaders imbibe the culture of Excellence by defining vision and mission, collaborating with different teams, acquiring effective communication skills, being aware of accountability and recognition, and having an innovative mindset.
The Student Activities and Development Unit equips its leaders by providing different developmental training and activities:
Office Hours: Monday to Friday
8:00 a.m. ─ 5:00 p.m.
Trunkline: (02) 8281 8888 Local 128
Director of Student Activities and Development