The Culture and Arts Office dedicates itself in promoting a well-balanced non formal education of culture and the arts to the Lasallian community. Through its self-organized programs and activities, the awareness and appreciation of different art forms are being promoted. It ensures that its self-organized productions are of good quality and are relevant to the community.
The Office of Career and Counseling Services is committed to facilitate the students’ holistic well-being towards better life adaptability and social integration for God and Country. It provides resource and consultancy services in counseling and career development, develops research based counseling and career development programs, and engages in meaningful and collaborative partnerships with various stakeholders of the university.
The Office of Sports Development is responsible for the development and implementation of the University’s sports program through the recruitment and training of varsity athletes to represent De La Salle University in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA), University Games (UniGames) and other prestigious tournaments and invitational, both within and outside the country. When requested, OSD provides advice and service to La Salle Athletic League (LSAL), Student Sports Clubs and other members of the De La Salle Schools.
The Office of Student Leadership Involvement, Formation and Empowerment (Student L.I.F.E.) seeks to develop and implement programs that promote self-sustaining development and positive influence towards effective personal and organizational leadership. It takes charge of ensuring smooth and well-balanced implementation of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of the different student groups under the Student Council and the Council of Student Organizations. It also encourages student involvement and helps orient freshmen, graduate school learners, and international students on University life.
The NFO Training Staff and Corps of Cadet Officers work together in implementing and maintaining the Program of Instruction (POI) for the cadets. Both parties facilitate the training that enhances the cadets’ knowledge in various fields related to the Navy. Activities are also planned from time to time to promote and further enhance unit awareness within and outside the University.
The Student Discipline Formation Office (SDFO) is responsible for promoting student discipline, for ensuring the safety and welfare of the students, and for maintaining peace, order and cleanliness in the University. It seeks to prevent, rather than correct, unseemly student behaviour. The primary functions of the DO are classified into education, enforcement and lost and found services.
The Student Media Office (SMO), provides training and development programs and services to Lasallian campus journalists, graphic designers, yearbook managers and creative writers. It trains the members of the University’s major publications for serious, disciplined journalistic and literary work as well as to help them achieve the autonomy envisioned by the Campus Journalism Law. It also works to ensure a smooth flow in the operations of the four major publications, namely Ang Pahayagang Plaridel, Green & White, Malate Literary Folio, and The LaSallian.
College Student Affairs – Laguna Campus
Attuned to a vibrant DLSU Laguna Campus community, the College Student Affairs executes the programs and services of the Student Leadership Involvement, Formation and Empowerment (SLIFE), NSTP and Formation Office (NFO), Student Media Office (SMO) and Culture and Arts Office (CAO) and collaborate with other Student Affairs constituent offices in providing opportunities for student involvement, volunteerism and leadership through various student development programs.