The CHED Scholarship Program (CSP) is a program specifically designed for Filipino students. A qualified and deserving student may be awarded a Full Scholarship or Half Scholarship under the CHED Scholarship Student Financial Assistance Programs (StuFAPs).
In accordance with its mandate, the CHED scholarship program continues to provide poor and deserving Filipinos opportunities for quality higher education as embedded in its long-term development plan provisions for “Access and Equity” which the establishment and maintenance of scholarship, grants-in-aid and loan programs.
The Commission of Higher Education (CHED) is an attached agency to the office of the President for administrative purposes. Its mandate is to promote relevant and higher quality education that will make graduates and professional CHED Scholarship for college recipients, highly competent and recognized in the international arena.
The StuFAPs directly aims to provide financial assistance to students who are enrolled in an authorized public or private Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). Therefore, this helps to ensure that education shall be accessible to all especially to underprivileged and deserving students. Qualified beneficiaries shall enroll or must be currently enrolled in any CHED Scholarship priority courses as per CMO No.1 S. 2104 and shall receive financial assistance amounting to Php 15,000 to Php 30,000 per semester whichever program an applicant qualifies. This particular financial support is awarded to students based on merit/talent; it is different from the student loan and grant-in-aid which is are also awarded by the CHED board.
Ched Scholarship Requirements
Criteria of Eligibility for this prestigious Program
Graduating high school students/High school graduate
Combined annual gross income of parents/guardian not to exceed Four Hundred Thousand Pesos(PhP400,000) or solo parent/guardian whose annual gross income does not exceed the said amount;
In highly exceptional cases where income exceeds Php 400,000, the CHEDRO StuFAPS Committee shall determine the merits of the scholarship
Avail of only one government-funded financial assistance program.
Must not be a graduate of any degree program.
Ched Scholarship Key Dates
|March 1, 2020||May 31, 2020|
Ched Scholarship Benefits
Qualified student may be awarded a full scholarship or half scholarship under CHED – State Scholarship Program (SSP) or CHED- Private Education Financial Assistance (PESFA).
Furthermore, the financial assistance to CHED Scholars shall cover tuition and other school fees (TOSF) plus stipend which shall be released directly to the scholars or through HEIs per semester of a given academic year until the completion of the degree program. The breakdown of the financial assistance, depending on the type of scholarships awarded, are as follows:
A) Private Higher Education Institutions(HEIs)
B) State Universities and Colleges (SUCs)/ Local Universities and Colleges (LUCs)
View Combined Table Here:
Ched Priority Courses for Scholarship
The Ched Scholarship courses arranged by categories are listed below:
AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, FISHERIES
BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING
CHED Scholarship Form
Additionally. applicants are required to submit a completed CHED scholarship form together with the required documents. The Ched scholarship form provided above is the CHED scholarship 2020 application form which is the latest.
How to Apply for CHED Scholarship
Candidates can choose to complete their ched program application either physically or online. See a detailed description of the application methods below:
1) Physical Application
Fully complete the from and submit it to CHED Regional offices together with all documentary requirements already mentioned above.
After evaluation, CHED will contact/mail you regarding status of your application. Based on their timeline, notice of award to qualified applicants is issued in April but sometimes may be delayed to May or June.
2) Ched scholarship online application
Student applicants can now apply online and there is no need to go to the CHED Regional Offices anymore. To apply online, an applicant must determine first what region his/her school belongs to. Click on the link of the corresponding CHED Regional Office (CHEDRO) then follow the regional instructions. The filing of the application usually runs from around 1st of March to 31st of May , of every year only.
CHEDRO Links (Note: They are usually activated between March 1 to May 31, of every year)
Responsibilities of a CHED Scholar
As a CHED scholar, you must enroll in recognized priority programs of Private Higher Education Institutions (PHEIs) or State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) / Local Universities or Colleges (LUCs) with Certificate of Program Compliance. You must be a regular student and also have a CHED scholarship maintaining grade or GWA of at least 85% or its equivalent if you are a full scholar or 80% or its equivalent if a half scholar. Failure to maintain the GWA is a ground for termination of the scholarship grant. However, you can file an appeal to the CHEDRO for consideration, within 15 days from notice of the GWA. Also, If you intend to transfer to another HEI or shift to other recognized or authorized priority programs, you must secure written approval of the concerned CHEDRO before doing so.
NON-DUPLICATION OF SCHOLARSHIP
Duplication of financial benefits is strictly against CHED rules and regulations. The following students who are beneficiaries of their respective scholarship full/half should not apply.
- Students in CHED Grants-in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation. These students already have access to the TOSF privilege and are receiving yearly compensation under the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES),
- Existing students in PHEIs in cities and states with no records of SUCs/ LUCs but receive both tuition and compensation allowance,
- Less priviledged students based on the National Household Targeting System or the Listahanan 2.0. These students are either enrolled in PHEIs or SUCs/ LUCs and therefore receive compensation benefits or students of the free TOSF privilege who also receive stipends.
- Poor students that are part of Listahanan 2.0, with rankings based on estimated per capital income determined by submitted documentations of proof of income. These students are enrolled in PHEIs or SUCs/ LUCs and they also receive compensation benefits,or students under the TOSF benefits.
For Further Information About CHED Scholarship Program
For further information or inquiries, please contact
Commission on Higher Education
Higher Education Development Center Building,
C.P. Garcia Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
CHED scholarship contact number: (02) 8441-1260
CHED Hotline – 0999-4445-996
CHED Email: firstname.lastname@example.org