This is the highest recognized student organization composed of representatives from all colleges and one from foreign students. They spearhead major school projects and events in coordination with the Office of Student Affairs, particularly the annual PISTAKASAN sports festival and the LPU Awards of Excellence. They also represent the students in consultation meetings with the university management.
This is the official college student council of the College of Allied Medical Professions. They strictly adhere to the principles of democracy, equity, humanism, self-reliance, environmentalism, and global competitiveness. They actively participate in university events and spearhead various community extension projects, medical missions, national conventions, fora, and competitions.
This is the official college student council of the College of Business Administration. They are committed to develop students’ entrepreneurial professionals with global mindset but Filipino in spirit, able to inspire excellence, individual initiative, creativity, objectivity, and utmost competence in their chosen fields of specialization. They are active participants in university events and they spearhead symposiums and community extension projects.
This is the official college student council of the College of Computer Studies. They strive to promote cooperation, fellowship, and academic assistance for the students of their college. They are the most active student support of their department during major events and they spearhead community extension programs to enhance computer literacy.
This is the official college student council of the College of Education, Arts, and Sciences. They aim to promote love for the arts and literature, as well as passion for learning while maintaining solidarity among the students from different departments. They are renowned partners in events like Just English Please (JEP) Celebration, Mission Statement Awareness Week (MSAW), and Buwan ng Wika. They are the most active student support of their department during major university events.
This is the official college student council of the College of International Tourism and Hospitality Management. They assume the task of sustaining the university mission to be the center of academic excellence and the wellspring of love of God, country, and fellowmen. They assist their college in community extension projects, renovation of facilities, domestic tours, trainings, and workshops. They are one of the most outstanding recognized student organizations of year 2015.
This is the official college student council of the College of Criminology. They aim to provide a united and active studentry in the college through spearheading fairness and equality, discipline, and respect for all citizens in all of their endeavors. They are active participants of university events, community extension activities particularly parades and “walk for a cause”. They are strict implementers of their college’s uniform code.
This is the official college student council of the College of Dentistry. They are committed to extend their services to the student body, inspiring the students to gain their full human potential through participation in different co-curricular activities. Their major activities include the college’s acquaintance party, Dentistry Night, and educational field trip.
This is the official college student council of the College of Engineering. They have 6 committees that take charge of designated areas of activities namely Research, Campus Ministry, Sports, Academics, Information Technology, and Culture. They are active supporters of community extension programs like parades, gift-giving activities, coastal clean-up, and math tutorials.
This is the official college student council of the Lyceum International Maritime Academy. It strives to embody and uphold the ideals, objectives, and policies of the institution geared towards insuring a well-rounded intellectual, spiritual, socio-cultural, and physical well-being of the members to the fullest in order to realize a just and humane existence for all. They are active participants of competitions and supporters of community extension programs like parades, gift-giving activities, fun runs, and clean-ups.
This is the official college student council of the College of Nursing. They also go by the moniker the Nightingales after the name of the prominent nurse theorist Florence Nightingale. The objective of this council is to promote general academic excellence, institutional consciousness, and spiritual upliftment. They have an external committee composed of the Nursing College Council candidates who did not win during the College Student Council Elections. They spearhead various community extension projects like blood-letting, medical missions, and health education. They are one of the most outstanding recognized student organizations of year 2015.
This is an organization composed of Mass Communication students. The purpose of the organization is to give its members practical experience in the interpretation and production of outstanding plays, to promote interest in the theatrical activities of the school, and to promote an enthusiasm for the drama in all its phases. They are mostly involved in stage plays and acting workshops.
This organization is composed of Mass Communication and Multimedia Arts students. They are advocating social equality and acting as a network of change and initiative among the youth. They are the initiators of workshops for DJs and radio broadcasting seminars.
This organization is composed of Cruiseline students. They aim to promote the ultimate goal of hospitality to provide the preparations needed by an individual to be a responsible member of the society and a productive and effective participant in the hospitality industry within the social framework of the country and the international community of nations. They have two adopted public elementary schools, wherein they conduct cleanups, vegetable gardening, and other activities. They are one of the most outstanding recognized student organizations of year 2015.
Formerly known as the Junior Bankers Association (JBA), this organization is composed of Financial Management Accounting students. They are committed to establish God-fearing, patriotic, environment-conscious, and internationally determined individuals who will in time become certified leaders and globally competitive finance professionals. They are known for their spearheaded seminars and community extension activities like math tutorials and mangrove planting activities.
This is one of the newest recognized student organizations. This is composed of various students from all colleges. They create programs that aim to develop the competencies of every Lycean to meet the institutional learning outcomes. It shall help in the promotion of the University through various media with the aim of making LPU – Batangas the “School of Choice” in the Region and among the preferred schools in the country.
This organization advocates the equality for the disabled people within the community and believes that all human beings have equal rights regardless of gender, race, age, and physical incapacitations. They also advocate for the education of the disabled so that it can be emphasized that they can be as productive as those people without disabilities. The organization also campaigns for the preservation of wellness and the positivity of public health through various exercises and interventions that are within the scope of Physical Therapy.
This organization envisions an empowered studentry that exercises its rights and privileges justly and responsibly and manifests the ideal qualities of a laboratory professional. They are mostly known for their numerous participations in quiz bees and for their community extension activities which include health teaching, mobile X-ray, clean-ups, and house construction assistance.
This is the official student publication of the College of Criminology. The organization seeks to uphold the standards and ethics of journalism and to function as a means to promote the holistic development of the students by exposing them to the objective social realities and to the nationalistic perspective of issues. They also want to contribute to the development of responsible and committed student leaders and journalists.
This is the official dance troupe of the College of Business Administration. They aim to play an active role in providing entertainment and academic support, with an advocacy that hinges on spirituality, anti-drug addiction, environmental consciousness, anti-fraternity, community extension services, research, and entertainment. They are remarkable for their intermission numbers in various events and for placing second in the 2014 PISTAKASAN Dance Varsity Showdown.
This organization was created to promote the welfare of dean’s listers and scholars from the College of Business Administration. They conduct activities and programs like seminars, trainings, and tutorials to help their members maintain and improve their high academic standing in their respective courses.
This is the official dance troupe of the College of Computer Studies. This organization advocates for the common good of the students, seeks to support community extension programs, become a part of a volunteering group, inform students with the latest trends about dance, and exercise academic, discipline, responsibility, and obligation.
This is composed of dean’s listers from the College of Computer Studies. Their advocacy centers on community extension, volunteerism, and academic excellence. Their activities include tutorials for CCS students, community extension activities, and academic competitions.
This is the official youth ministry of the CFC Foundation for Family and Life. It consists of youth aged 13 to 21 years old. The CFC – YFL actively extends the Roman Catholic faith to every young individual through its advocacy program named Cool Catholics. The program aims to make the youth know, understand, love, and live out our Catholic faith. It empowers the youth to discover the richness of our faith, so that they in turn may share its beauty to others.
This is a campus ministry anchored in a national movement of young Filipinos dedicated to evangelizing the youth and molding them to become morally grounded and socially responsible to take positions of leadership in our nation and the church. Their main goals are conversion, commitment, character, and commission. Aside from spiritual development, the organization also aims to help its members in their academic requirements through talks on time management and study habits. Members are also encouraged to participate in the group’s outreach work in various sectors.
The basic aim of this organization is to work with the Philippine National Red Cross – Batangas Chapter to develop among the youth the spirit of humanism and social service by giving them opportunities to participate in relevant Red Cross activities within the framework of the organization. Their major activities include blood donation activities, community extension, and public education regarding risk and disaster management.
This is the official cultural group f the College of Engineering. Their advocacy revolves around cultural prowess, spiritual development, and community extension. They seek to provide a venue where members will have the opportunity to enhance and strengthen their talents, skills, and capabilities to emphasize the role of moral, social, and spiritual values in the total development of man.
This organization is composed of Education students. This was created to establish camaraderie among education students of the university. It seeks to promote responsible leadership among future teachers and help them feel the true spirit of engaging in the noble profession of teaching. Their major activities include seminars, quiz bees, tutorials, literacy and numeracy programs, and other community extension activities.
This is composed of students under the Hotel and Restaurant Administration program. The organization vowed to promote the ultimate goal of the hospitality to provide the preparations needed by an individual to be a responsible member of the society and a productive and effective participant in the hospitality industry.
This organization of Human Resource Management students seeks to foster the spiritual and moral growth among its members while being environmental conscious and able to conduct activities that are holistic in nature. Their notable activities include career seminars and community extension projects. They are one of the most outstanding recognized student organizations of year 2015.
This organization of Business and Computer Management students seeks to develop moral and spiritual values among members, to actively participate on research and community extension activities, to aid in the prevention of environmental devastation, and to prevent drug addiction and prevalence of fraternities. Their notable activities include career seminars and community extension projects.
Composed of Financial Management Accounting students, the organization commits itself to take a more active role in shaping the future by extending our hands to communities for social action in order to serve as links between community groups and public agencies. Their notable activities include seminars, finance literacy caravans, and community extension projects.
This organization of Electronics Engineering students has an advocacy geared towards academics, community extension, spiritual development, cultural awareness, and research. Their notable activities include leadership seminars and math tutorials.
This organization of Marketing Management students adheres to a strong belief that education and balanced learning between theory and practice should be shared and enriched in order to promote general interest and welfare, equity, and human dignity. Their notable activities include photoshop and photography seminars, national competitions, and community extension projects. They are one of the most outstanding recognized student organizations of year 2015.
This group of Pharmacy students adheres to the principles of democracy, equity, humanism, self-reliance, environmentalism, and global competitiveness. They are active in the programs initiated by the College of Allied Medical Professions, especially in the CAMP Days and the department’s community extension programs. Their major activity is the Pharmacy Days.
Composed of Information Technology and Computer Science students, this organization recognizes the vital role of the youth in nation building, ensuring solidarity, preserving integrity for the common endeavor, and supporting the university in the fulfillment of its goals. Their activities include participation in national seminars, community extension projects of the college, and educational field trip.
This organization of Accountancy students seeks to help in molding member students to become future professionals with high levels of integrity, respect, and competence in the field of Accounting. They consider integrity, academic excellence, and unity as their core values and they go with the tagline, “Invest passion, realize success”. Their notable activities are national seminars and competitions.
Composed of Industrial Engineering students, the organization centers their advocacy on spiritual development, community extension, academic and non-academic activities, cultural development, environmental protection, and research. Their activities include seminars and active participation in the Engineering Days and community extension projects of the college.
Composed of Mechanical Engineering students, the organization centers their advocacy on academic activities, community extension, spiritual and cultural development, and research. Their activities include seminars and active participation in the Engineering Days and community extension projects of the college, most especially the Math Tutorial program.
This is the multi-awarded official folk dance group of the university. They are LPU’s mainstream advocates of Philippine culture and arts. They perform in various events across the country and the world, even bringing home national and international awards for their excellence.
This organization is composed of Culinary Arts and Kitchen Operations students. They seek to help dignified students in their physical, emotional, social, mental, and spiritual well-being. Their notable activities include their participation and victory in the Grand Culinary Challenge, and their support during food preparation for university events.
This organization is composed of Computer Science and Associate in Computer Technology students. They advocate for the common good of their fellow students and seek to support community extension programs and inform students about the latest trends in Computer Science. Their activities include participation in national seminars, community extension projects of the college, and educational field trip.
This is one of the official musical groups of the university. These are composed of students who are skilled in playing a variety of musical instruments. They are primarily involved during intermission numbers for different student programs.
This is an organization of students from the College of Computer Studies that is passionate about preparing students for life. They teach and coach students in the areas of leadership, integrity, and excellence in order to empower them to live out their purposes and pursue life, enhancing their relationships with others and with God. Their activities include participation in national seminars, community extension projects of the college, CISCO Networking tutorial, and educational field trip.
This is the official choral group of the university. Gifted with vocal and musical prowess, these students sing the Philippine National Anthem, LPU Hymn, doxologies, and other song numbers during different events both inside and outside the university.
Composed of Computer Engineering students, this organization’s advocacy centers on academic excellence, community extension, spiritual and cultural development, and research. Their activities include seminars and active participation in the Engineering Days and community extension projects of the college, most especially the Math Tutorial program.
This is the official modern dance group of the university. They perform in various events inside and outside the university. Their skills are also well-known and recognized in various competitions where they have triumphed.
This organization is managed by the Counseling and Testing Center and is open to all courses. They serve as an instrument for Lyceans to uplift their moral values and have a personal relationship with God. It also advocates for self-acceptance and understanding among its members by helping them realize their worth and the importance of their individuality in the institution to see beyond its imperfections.
This organization of student assistants advocates for their members to become well-rounded students who are intellectually promising, globally competitive, nationalistic, God-fearing, and effective leader with spiritual and moral values. Their notable activities include their active participation in university events, parades, fun runs, various seminars for its members, and numerous community extension activities.
Composed of Tourism students, this organization seeks to assist their college in providing the preparation needed by each member to be a responsible, productive, and effective participant in the hospitality industry. Their notable activities include their participation in various seminars, tourism skills competitions, and their community extension project for the school children of Calicanto Day Care Center. They are one of the most outstanding recognized student organizations of year 2015.
This is the official organization of Mass Communication students which advocates for the promotion of the right to information and freedom of speech. They seek to develop students as a competitive part of the media-print and broadcast industry. Their activities include student conventions and film festivals.
This organization is open to all courses. The organization seeks to solve environmental issues, particularly within Batangas province. It also aims to promote positive attitude and patterns of conduct towards the environment and develop critical thinking to search for truth towards sustainable earth and quality standard of living. Their notable activities include the beautification of the LPU Botanical Garden, tree planting activities, cleanups, environmental campaigns, and community extension.
This is an organization of Multimedia Arts students which aims to create a pool of multimedia enthusiasts who possess the flair of arts and design. It also aims to be an aid to further develop and showcase the members’ artistic talents. Their major activities include photography and graphics seminars, art tutorials, and workshops.
This is the official student publication of the College of Nursing. They seek to promote the Nursing students’ social awareness and explore the talents of Nursing students in terms of communication, particularly in writing. Aside from magazine publication, they also participate in various university activities.
This is the official dance group of the College of Nursing. The organization seeks to enhance the dancing talents of Nursing students and impart in each member the health advantages of dancing. Their presence was witnessed in the PISTAKASAN Dance Varsity Showdown and in the major activities of the college.
Composed of Nursing student speakers, this organization was created to advance their members’ skills in communication, focusing on enhancements in voice projection, diction, and self-expression. They serve as the pool of students harnessed by the college as representatives for public speaking contests inside the university during events like the Mission Statement Awareness Week (MSAW), Just English Please (JEP) Celebration, and others.
This organization of marine cadets seeks to empower individuals to become disciplined, competent, and responsible future marine officers who value education as a lifelong process. Their major activities include their participation in flag raising and flag retreat ceremonies, ushering guests and officials during major university events, cross sword formation in weddings, and community extension activities particularly in Barangay Wawa and Cuta, Batangas City.
This is an organization that builds unity and camaraderie among the students of AB Paralegal Studies. It advocates the practice of leadership through activities that cater the tri-fold university function. It also seeks to promote unity, academic excellence and freedom, integrity, and nationalism. They participate and support activities and events inside the university, particularly activities of the College of Education, Arts, and Sciences.
This organization is open to all courses. The ecological movement seeks to transform each member as a catalyst of living the cosmic consciousness and having a greater sense of responsibility by practicing an environment-friendly lifestyle. Their notable activities include the tree planting activities, cleanups, environmental campaigns, ecological seminars, and community extension.
Composed of Information Technology students, the organization seeks to inform students about latest trends in the IT world that will help them be aware of real time situations happening in the advancement of science and technology. Their activities include participation in various seminars and in the co-curricular and community extension activities of the college.
This is the multi-awarded official student publication of the Lyceum of the Philippines University – Batangas composed of students from different courses. Guided by their maxim, “Without fear, without favor”, the organization covers university events, tackles some university issues, and shares interesting anecdotes from a diverse array of people. It also serves as instrument to hone and showcase students’ talent for the arts. They represent the university in various press conferences where they are constantly emerging as victors.
This is the official organization of Psychology students. It aims to promote an individual’s physical, mental, emotional, and social development to encourage a high standard of value in the field. Their major activities include numerous regional and national seminars, research fora, and participation in community extension programs like Kasambahay, Visayan Forum Foundation, Gawad Kalinga, and Sagip Buhay Project in Bauan, Batangas.
This is an institutional organization aiming to promote a university of God-fearing and God-loving students and institutional members. They seek to help students to be Christ-like and imbibe the most important Lycean core value – God-centeredness. Their major activities include film showing, worship meetings, and Bible readings and reflection.
Composed of Medical Laboratory Science students, the organization advocates for health and wellness. It seeks to spearhead activities that will foster cooperation and unity among their students, and embrace the university core values. Notable activities of the organization include national seminars, conventions, quiz bee competitions, and community extension programs like health education, medical mission, stool examination, urinalysis, and random blood sugar examination.
This is a bona fide organization of students enrolled in Mathematics subject whose advocacy concerns with the development of mathematical skills and promote camaraderie between the members and whose core values constitute individuality, competence, social responsibility, and discipline. Their major activities include math tutorials, quiz shows, and participation in community extension activities.
This organization is managed by the Counseling and Testing Center and is open to children of Overseas Filipino Workers. They are committed to uphold the will of the institution in developing students, to uplift the value of social acceptance, moral, and spiritual aspects in facing the reality with love and care, to be an instrument for knowing and understanding their weakness, and to create a family atmosphere beside the Almighty.
This is the student organization that unites the whole Customs Administration studentry, uphold their ideals and aspirations, promote cooperation among members, and encourage personality development and academic excellence. Their notable activities include tariff quiz bowls, tariff classification seminars, sports fests, Run for Juan, and their numerous community extension projects.
This is the official student organization comprised of international students. It represents the foreign studentry in university activities and serves as an instrument for collaboration with other student organizations. Their notable activities include their participation and victory in the 2015 Students’ Day Booth Contest, leadership and teambuilding activities, parades, fun runs, and community extension.