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Auxiliary Student Groups

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  • Campus Peer Ministers (CPM)
  • Lasallian Vigilance for Environmental Development (LS Verde)
  • Lasallian Peer Facilitators (LPF)
  • Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
  • Student Extension of Resources through Voluntary Effort (SERVE)
  • Peer Assistance Program (PAP)
  • Lasallian Student Ambassadors (LSA)
  • Night Achievers Society (NAS)
  • Kaibigan ng Aklatan

Campus Peer Ministers (CPM)

The Campus Peer Ministers are students who grow and mature in their faith through character building, living the Gospel values, and developing a Christian lifestyle in the spirit of Faith, Zeal for Service, and Communion.

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Lasallian Vigilance for Environmental Development (LS Verde)

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Lasallian Vigilance for Environmental Development is a student organization of De La Salle University- Dasmariñas in service to promote the beauty and conservation of the environment.

The LS VERDE believes in the moral duties and responsibilities of all its members to support any task or activity that the organization will undertake and to enhance their skills and talents for the progress and success of the organization, in so doing will profit and promulgate good standards for its members. The LS VERDE being a Lasallian in nature will continue to preserve the Lasallian values of Religio, Mores and Cultura and will always seek the intercession of St. John Baptist De La Salle.


To deepen the environmental awareness of the students. It aims to realize the involvement of the environment in our everyday living. To promote the importance of good community interrelationship in caring for the environment. To grow with the source of enlightenment and serve for the glory of God and country. To instill leadership among students in volunteering or supporting programs and activities responsive to the needs and wants of the students. To initiate and organize seminars and exposure tips concerning environmental aspects and academics related with its members or persons involved. To foster unity, companionship, uphold communication and camaraderie by creating an atmosphere conducive to its development between and among its members.


In part of promoting the beauty of the environment in this University, we have formally organized our vigilant natured students through the formation of Lasallian Vigilance for Environmental Development of De La Salle University – Dasmarinas. Ingrained with the aim to serve the community by deepening the environmental awareness of our companion students, in which its core project embarks on a field exposure program extending in providing knowledge concerned with related academics. This would help students to grow responsible and knowledgeable in caring for the nature and sufficient information of such. Moreover, we systematically volunteer ourselves in order to develop the sense of unity, enhance, skills and promote service, encourage every student towards their concern for a better community, do ordain and promulgate this Constitution.

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Lasallian Peer Facilitators (LPF)

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The University Peer Counseelors Group (UPCG) "D' Lasallian Peerkadahan is composed of volunteer students from the different colleges who willingly share their time, talents and efforts in reaching out to their peers, classmates and other students.


To become allies in developing hopeful and optimistic Lasallian students through advocating the image of Lasallians who take part in teaching minds, touching hearts and transforming lives.


To become allies in developing hopeful and optimistic Lasallian students through advocating the image of Lasallians who take part in teaching minds, touching hearts and transforming lives.

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Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)

ROTC seeks to promote healthy lifestyle and positive attitude among young Lasallians and foster respect for every person's dignity by helping him/her grow fully as a unique individual.

    Specifically, the ROTC aims to:
  • prepare college students for possible service in the defense establishment during event of emergency.
  • train officers and enlisted personnel for the reserve components of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).
  • train potential Officers for possible direct commissionship in the AFP.


A program component designed to provide military training to tertiary level students in order to motivate, train, organize and mobilize them for national defense preparedness. This course is intended to prepare and equip the students with knowledge, skills and attitude in carrying out national service in the event of national emergencies and to assist the socio-economic development of the country.


This is the continuation of the ROTC 1 program, designed for thorough application of the theories and principles learned both in field and classroom discussions in the rudiments of the military service intended to produce capable armed forces of the Philippines reservist by developing the value of patriotism, leadership, discipline, camaraderie, obedience and team work.

"ROTC is not just about marching, wearing uniforms or even training. It is about grooming boys to become men; it's about leadership, serving the Armed Forces and above all completing a four-year course in Military Science."

M/CAPT Rommel B. Rodriguez 1CL
AFP Cadet Officer of the Year 2002

Student Extension of Resources through Voluntary Effort (SERVE)

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Students’ Extension of Resources through Voluntary Efforts (SERVE) is an organization of student-volunteers under the supervision of the Lasallian Community Development Center (LCDC).

This organization works hand-in-hand with LCDC to extend their service towards the marginalized sectors.

SERVE actively participates in implementing different community development programs primarily through different sectors namely advocacy, education, health, enterprise and research & linkages. Aside from implementing different programs, this organization conducts different transformative programs where the volunteers are trained and become individuals, who will be future agents of social transformation where they can continuously share their knowledge and skills as they become part of the society.

Therefore, the LCDC together with SERVE aim to continue the vision and mission of St. John Baptist De La Salle about creating social transformation not only through education but also through social development.


SERVE volunteers work to achieve awareness and involvement within the socio-political and environmental issues by discovering and developing their potentials as catalysts for social transformation.

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Peer Assistance Program

PAP is composed of bona fide students of DLSU-D who shall serve as affiliates of Student Welfare and Formation Office (SWAFO) in promoting a harmonious relationship between the students and the Student Formators. They shall serve as role models in upholding proper discipline to eventually lead students to learn, re-learn and unlearn, by being keen observers of any untoward incidents, issues and/or concerns within the university premises and report them to the office for appropriate action.

Students who may apply as members of PAP are:
  1. Volunteer students
  2. Successful Formation Program participants
  3. Students with probationary status
PAP shall be handled by the same committee that handles the Formation Program for Students. Under the said committee, the PAP members shall be categorized into three (3) groups:
  1. Program Planning
    They shall conceptualize the programs and activities for the group for the entire school year.
  2. Ways and Means
    They shall be responsible for all the logistics needed in every activity or project.
  3. Finance
    They shall course through all financial needs of the program to the SWAFO Director, and in case the available budget is insufficient, they shall formulate alternative means to make sure that plans* are pursued.
*Plans shall be subject for discussion and final approval of the SWAFO Director.

Duties and Responsibilities of a PAP Member:
  1. Attends meetings
    1. A monthly meeting will be convened every first Wednesday of the month
    2. Meeting with the SWAFO Director
    3. Quarterly meetings regarding Structured Learning Experiences
  2. Facilitates minor activities during sessions of Formation Program
  3. Updates the group and the PAP Facilitators on certain issues/concerns or any untoward incidents involving students
  4. Reports at least an hour per week at SWAFO
  5. Creates core groups with fellow students
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Lasallian Student Ambassadors (LSA)

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LSA is comprised of Lasallian student leaders who have passion for inter-cultural exchanges. The “ambassadors” chiefly serve as student counterparts to foreign exchange students and other international guests of the university. Most of the members have represented their colleges to international events such as conferences, camps and other academic and non-academic exchange programs. LSA is an auxiliary organization under the University Linkages office, which takes charge of local and international partnerships of the university.

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Night Achievers Society (NAS)

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Kaibigan ng Aklatan

Kaibigan ng Aklatan is an auxiliary organization in De La Salle University-Dasmarinas under the Aklatang Emilio Aguinaldo.


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Cavite, Philippines 4115

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