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Financial Assistance Programs

STI extends a helping hand for learners with financial difficulties. In collaboration with reputable institutions, STI makes quality education more accessible through financial aid grants and student loan programs.

Financial Assistance Programs

STI extends a helping hand for learners with financial difficulties. In collaboration with reputable institutions, STI makes quality education more accessible through financial aid grants and student loan programs.

 STI Open Scholarship Program

The STI Open Scholarship (SOS) program aims to provide partial and full scholarship grants to academically deserving students. Through the program, the institution extends its assistance to students and their families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Terms and Conditions:

  • The program is open only to all incoming Grade 11 Senior High School (SHS) and first year college students this coming School Year 2021-2022 from any DepEd-recognized public or private high schools in the Philippines.
  • No grade requirements for eligible interested applicants.

Interested student applicants must accomplish the online application form for the schedule of the exam. Choose your preferred STI campus to apply.

Alabang Apply here
Alaminos Apply here
Angeles Apply here
Bacolod - STI West Negros University Apply here
Bacoor Apply here
Baguio Apply here
Balagtas Apply here
Balayan Apply here
Baliuag Apply here
Batangas Apply here
Cagayan De Oro Apply here
Calamba Apply here
Calbayog Apply here
Caloocan Apply here
Carmona Apply here
Cauayan Apply here
Cotabato Apply here
Cubao Apply here
Dagupan Apply here
Dasmarinas Apply here
Davao Apply here
Dumaguete Apply here
Fairview Apply here
General Santos Apply here
Global City Apply here
Iligan Apply here
Kalibo Apply here
Koronadal Apply here
Laoag Apply here
Las Pinas Apply here
Legazpi Apply here
Lipa Apply here
Lucena Apply here
Maasin Apply here
Malaybalay Apply here
Malolos Apply here
Marikina Apply here
Meycauayan Apply here
Munoz-EDSA Apply here
Naga Apply here
Novaliches Apply here
Ormoc Apply here
Ortigas-Cainta Apply here
Pasay-EDSA Apply here
Puerto Princesa Apply here
Rosario Apply here
San Fernando, Pampanga Apply here
San Jose Del Monte Apply here
San Pablo Apply here
Sta. Cruz Apply here
Sta. Maria Apply here
Sta. Mesa Apply here
Tacurong Apply here
Tagaytay Apply here
Tagum Apply here
Tanauan Apply here
Tanay Apply here
Tarlac Apply here
Valencia Apply here
Vigan Apply here

 

Government Educational Assistance Programs

STI provides scholarship grant on tuition fees for qualified members, family members, or dependents of the following government institutions.

New students and transferees who are qualified members, dependents, or have family members of up to the 6th civil degree of consanguinity and/or affinity will get 20% tuition fee subsidies in senior high school and college.

 

Terms and Conditions:

  • Incoming Grade 11, college freshmen, and transferees in their first, second, third, and fourth years are eligible for the GSIS-STI Educational Assistance Program;
  • Subsidy amount will vary depending on the student’s program and campus;
  • Student applicant must enroll in all of his prescribed subjects for the full term;
  • Student may retain his/her GSIS-STI EAP scholarship grant for the succeeding terms provided s/he follows the retention requirements.

 

Application Requirements:

Student applicant must coordinate with their STI campus for the application.

  1. Accomplished GSIS-STI Educational Assistance Form (to be provided by the STI campus onsite)
  2. Clear back-to-back photocopy of the UMID card with the cardholder’s signature
  3. Presence of the GSIS member and/or pensioner with a valid GSIS UMID card
  4. Proof of relationship between the GSIS member/Pag-IBIG Loyalty or Loyalty Plus cardholder and his/her dependent (i.e. Birth Certificate)

 

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New students who are members or qualified dependents of a Pag-IBIG Loyalty or Loyalty Plus cardholder up to 2nd civil degree of consanguinity and/or affinity may get 10% scholarship grant benefits when they enroll in their chosen Senior High School or College program. For School Year 2021-2022, they will get an additional 10% scholarship benefit to continue their education amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, providing a total of 20% scholarship grant on tuition fees for this school year.

 

Terms and Conditions:

  • Incoming Grade 11, college freshmen, and transferees in their first, second, third, and fourth years are eligible for the Pag-IBIG – STI Educational Assistance Program;
  • The additional 10% is only applicable for the First Term of School Year 2021-2022;
  • On top of the 10% for SY 2021-2022, the scholarship grant amount will vary depending on the student’s program and campus;
    • Incoming college freshmen and transferees will get 10% scholarship grant on Tuition Fees only
    • Incoming Grade 11 students who are not DepEd voucher holders will get 10% scholarship grants on Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees
    • Incoming Grade 11 students who are DepEd voucher holders will get 10% scholarship grant on Other Fees
    • Incoming Grade 11 students who are DepEd voucher holders who will enroll in an STI campus with no top-up are not eligible for the PAG-IBIG – STI EAP program
  • Student applicant must enroll in all of his/her prescribed subjects for the full term;
  • Student may retain his/her Pag-IBIG – STI EAP scholarship grant for the succeeding terms provided s/he follows the retention requirements.

 

Application Requirements:

Student applicant must coordinate with their STI campus for the application.

  1. Accomplished Pag-IBIG – STI Educational Assistance Form (to be provided by the STI campus onsite)
  2. Clear back-to-back photocopy of the Pag-IBIG Loyalty or Loyalty Plus card with the cardholder’s signature
  3. Presence of the Pag-IBIG Loyalty or Loyalty Plus cardholder with their valid Pag-IBIG Loyalty card and ID
  4. Proof of relationship between the GSIS member/Pag-IBIG Loyalty or Loyalty Plus cardholder and his/her dependent (i.e. Birth Certificate)

 

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College students who are dependents of OFW workers whose livelihoods have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic or died from COVID-19 may apply for the Tabang OFW program to receive a P30,000 cash grant to cover school and tuition fee costs in college.

The Tabang OFW program is a form of Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) to support the OFW dependents in college. The program is a collaborative effort between the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

 

Terms and Conditions:

  • The OFW dependent must be a Filipino citizen, single, and 30 years old below;
  • Only one (1) college-level OFW dependent who are repatriated, displaced, or died from COVID-19 is eligible to be a program beneficiary
  • OFW dependents who are new college students, college transferees, and ongoing STI college students in all levels are eligible for the Tabang OFW program;
  • OFW dependent must pass the admission and retention requirements of the admitting STI campus with no records of expulsion in any Higher Education Institute;
  • Only one (1) OFW dependent may be qualified for the program;
  • OFW dependent must not be a beneficiary of other scholarship or grant programs from any government agency (CHED Scholarship, etc.);
  • The P30,000 cash grant is a one-time financial aid for the OFW dependents; and
  • The program is on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

Application Requirements:

The following documents must be submitted online on http://tabangofw-ease.owwa.gov.ph/

Requirements of UniFAST:

  1. For ongoing college students: Receipt of Proof of Enrolment [i.e. Enrolment Assessment Form (EAF), Certificate of Registration (COR), Certificate of Enrolment (COE), etc.]
  2. For new college students and transferees: Enrolment Documents (i.e. Assessment Form, Admission Test Result, etc.)

Requirements of OWWA:

  1. Passport or other travel documents
  2. Proof of arrival if returnee
  3. Proof of displacement (i.e. POLO/Company Certification, Affidavit)
  4. Death certificate or other similar documents of an OFW who passed away
  5. Embassy/Consulate official transmission
  6. Proof of relationship to dependent (Dependent birth certificate and Marriage Contract/CENOMAR)
  7. Affidavit stating that the dependent is not a beneficiary of other government scholarship or grant
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Subsidy and Voucher Programs

STI accepts the following grants and voucher holders from the Department of Education (DepEd), Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC), and Unified Student Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (UniFAST) in all campuses nationwide.

Incoming Grade 11 students from Public Schools will automatically get a Senior High School Voucher from the Department of Education.

 

Terms and Conditions:

  • The voucher amount will depend on the school’s total school fees for the student’s chosen program;
  • SHS Vouchers are redeemed within the first semester of the school year immediately after JHS completion. The SHS voucher is no longer valid if not used within the aforementioned period.

 

Application Requirements:

Students with the DepEd SHS Voucher may coordinate with their STI campus for the voucher redemption at their school

 

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Incoming Grade 11 students from Private Schools, Alternative Learning System (ALS) passers, and Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) passers may apply for an ESC grant for Senior High School.

 

Terms and Conditions:

  • The grant amount will depend on the school’s total school fees and the student applicant’s chosen program.

 

Application Requirements:

Interested student applicants may apply online at https://ovap.peac.org.ph/ then proceed to their STI campus for the redemption of their grant.

 

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Incoming college students from cities and municipalities with no State University and Colleges (SUC) or Local University and Colleges (LUC) in their area may apply for the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES).

 

Terms and Conditions:

  • The TES amount will depend on the student applicant’s program and area as declared by UniFAST;
  • Student applicant must enroll in all of his/her prescribed subjects for the full term;
  • Student beneficiaries may get allowances for their books, supplies, boarding, and other personal expenses related to their studies as declared by UniFAST.

 

Application Requirements:

Student applicant must coordinate with his/her STI campus for the application.

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For more information, go to UniFAST’s Frequently Asked Questions Page on TES.

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Student Loan Program

STI provides students with student loan assistance with simple application and fast approval process as financial support in their education.

College students and transferees who will be taking or are currently taking their first undergraduate degree may apply for as much as PhP60,000* with zero interest rate student loan program from UniFAST and the Development Bank of the Philippines.

 

Terms and Conditions:

  • Student must not have received Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) or UniFAST financial assistance to be eligible for the National Student Loan Program;
  • Student borrower must enroll in all of his/her prescribed subjects for the full term;
  • Student borrowers may enjoy zero percent interest if repaid within 12 months; there will be a 6% interest rate per annum for the succeeding years.

 

Application Requirements:

Student applicant must coordinate with his/her STI campus for the application.

  1. Accomplished SLPTE-ST Application Form (to be provided by your STI campus)
  2. Two 1x1 ID Photos of the student applicant and the co-guarantor/parent/guardian
  3. Photocopy of the student applicant’s Certificate of School Registration and School ID
  4. Photocopy of the co-guarantor/parent/guardian’s government issued ID
  5. Income tax return of the student applicant, if employed, or other proof of family income (e.g. Certificate of Employment, Payslips, Audited Financial Statements)
  6. Income tax return or proof of family income of the co-guarantor/parent/guardian

 

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