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 Directory of SCC Telephones

PLDT – Internet  and Landlines Numbers

CEREA   Office
(064) 5215006 / 2298294
College of Business and Acct
                   5215008
College of Computer Studies  
                   5215007
Cyber Lib / Internet Office       
                   5215001   
Director of Libraries
                   5215003
Executive House (Pres. House)
                   2298807
Finance Office
                   2298342
Global House
                   2298767
Guard House (Facultyville)
                   5215009  
Guard House (SCC Campus)
                   2299438
Human Resource Office (HRD)
                   2298323
Library System
                   2297647
Office of the Registrar
                   2299115
President of the College
                   2299438
Registrar
                   5215005  
Saranay Feed Mill
                   2298805
Saranay Feeds Outlet
                   2298799
Student Affairs Office
                   2299184
VP for Academic Affairs
5215004  / 2298753 (TeleFax)
VP for CEREA
                   2298294

 Note: 
           * Internet Telephones start with numbers 521...
           * Landlines start with 229...
           * Area Code: 064...

Guidelines for Wireless (Wifi) Internet Connection


Policies/Guidelines for Wireless Internet Connection

Wifi access is available to students with personal laptops only at wifi zones like the library, high school kiosks, tree houses and alumni garden. Access to the internet and information technology resources are to be used appropriately and in a manner consistent with the instructional, research, community service and administrative goals and objectives of the College.

Users of Wi-Fi are expected to have read, understood and strictly follow the prescribed Wi-Fi policies and guidelines, and observe standards of decency at all times. The Student’s internet account with the Cyber Library is convertible to wifi service/ access every semester, in condition that:

1. Only the bonafide students of SCC could avail the Wifi Internet Access.
2. Interested student must own a laptop and may apply for free wifi access by filing the application form at the Director’s Office or the Cyber Library/Network Office.
3. The subscriber’s laptop must be registered in the Library server by the Cyber Library/Network In charge.
4. The student with personal wifi access is restricted to use any of the workstations/computers in the Cyber Library.
5. The wifi account is non-transferable. Only the subscriber can use the account in his/her own laptop.
6. Wifi is accessible only from the routers of the library and the registrar’s office, thus registered student can station at any wifi zones such as the library, high school kiosk, tree house or alumni garden.
7. Use headphones when assigned-course hypermedia links are searched and opened inside the library.
8. Watching movies or videos for leisure are not allowed inside the libraries.
9. Playing computer and online games are prohibited inside the libraries.
10. Facebook and Youtube sites are allowed only from 12:00-1:00 and 5:00-7:00 P.M.
11. SCC adheres to strict prohibition of entering or transmitting of obscene/pornographic sites/ materials and questionable sites in the offices, computer laboratories, libraries and wifi areas.
12. Appropriate sanction such as outright disconnection to the internet will be imposed to those who violate all the guidelines.

Note:  For faculty and Staff
    Faculty/Staff wifi subscribers shall pay subscription fee of P50.00 monthly. Payment could be in cash or salary deduction every end of the month. 

Library General Rules and Regulations



1.      Observe silence.  Idle or loud conversation, laughter and other unnecessary noise disturb other clientele and must therefore be avoided.
2.     Mobile phones shall be switched to silent mode while inside the library, however, phone calls shall be answered outside the library.
3.     Eating and smoking, sleeping and doing industrial work are not allowed inside the library. 
4.     Keep the library clean. Do not throw or leave waste papers or scraps on the tables and floors. Trash boxes are provided for the purpose.
5.     Keep the things in order.   Push your chair back against the table when you leave the library so it would not obstruct the movement of others. Chairs should not be dragged from one place to another.
6.     Books in the reading areas should not be returned to the shelves but leave the books on the tables to avoid their being misplaced.  Individual volumes belonging to a set such as encyclopedias should be returned to their proper places or shelves.
7.      Handle books and other materials with care as they intend to serve great many users after you.
8.     A properly validated school ID must be presented at the Loan Counter whenever library materials are called for. Such Card is non-transferable. The owner of the card is liable for any transaction made in the library by another person.
9.     When returning library materials to the counter, be sure to get back your school ID card. The library will assume no responsibility for exchange or for loss of such card after you have left the counter.
10.   Do not leave your things unattended. The Library is not liable for the loss of any valuable personal things like laptop, wallet with money, calculator, cell phone, diskettes, optical disks and others that are left unattended inside the library.
11.    Facebook and Youtube are allowed only from 12:00 - 1:00 Noon and 5:00 - 7:00 PM, inclusive of SCC's wifi or personal connection.
12.   Watching movies or videos for leisure are not allowed inside the libraries.

13.   Complains and problems concerning library services should be brought immediately to the attention of the librarians and staff or Director of Libraries. 



Discussion Room

           The Discussion Room can be used by small group of students who will discuss something about their assignments, research or any group works. Reservations can be made at the Graduate School Library Counter/desk.


Borrowing Books/Library Materials (Loan)

             A properly validated School ID must be presented at the Loan/Reserved/Circulation Counters whenever library materials are borrowed.  Owner of School ID is liable for any transaction made in the library. So do not allow other student to use your School ID.

The College of Theology Library, High School Library and Elementary School Library require Borrower’s Card in loaning books.

1.      Stack and Fiction Books 
1.1             May be borrowed for one (1) week, renewable for another week, unless requested by another user.
1.2            A borrower is limited to borrow three (3) volumes at a time; and is limited to not more than five (5) renewals.

2.     Reserve Books
2.1            May be borrowed for an hour or more for use within the library only.
2.2           May be charged out for home use for “overnoon”, “overnight” and “overweekend” basis.

Note : Releasing/Loaning out schedule:
         Releasing/Charging Time:                    Due Time:
For Over-noon            11:30 AM.                                     2:30 PM
For Overnight               4:30 PM.                                     8:00 AM. (Next day)
For Over-weekend      9:00 PM. (Saturday)                 8:00 AM. (Monday)

2.3           Books borrowed “overnight” must be returned on or before 8:00 A.M. of the following day. Books borrowed “over-noon” must be returned on or before 2:30 P.M. of the same day. “Over-weekend” books must be returned Monday on or before 8:00 A.M.

3.     The following materials are to be used/read only inside the library/EMRC:
3.1            Filipiniana Books particularly those identified as Philippine Studies books
3.2           Special Collection
3.3           Educational Media Resources (VHS, Cassette Tapes, Optical Disks)
3.4           Vertical File Clippings / Pamphlet Files
3.5           General Reference Materials
3.6           Newspapers and Magazines (loose issues or bound)
(A special consideration is given to Faculty/Staff who wants to borrow from the above-mentioned sections/areas)
3.7            Thesis and Dissertations (Photocopying or reproduction of any page is prohibited)

Fines and Penalties

A.  Overdue Books

1.   Stack, Fiction, Asiana Books - P 1.00 a day, excluding Sundays and holidays with maximum charge of P30.00 a month/book.

2.  Reserved Books  - P 1.00 for the first hour or a fraction of the first hour, .50 cents/hr                                                                               for the next succeeding hours: P5.00 for each full day with the maximum charge of P30.00 a week/book.

B.  Lost Books
When a book is lost, the borrower should report immediately to the librarian/staff on duty. A borrower who loses a book is obliged to replace the book with the same kind, title, author and copyright date. In case the lost book is out of print or is no longer available in the market, a payment of the full current cost is required plus /P50.00 will be charged for the processing fee of the said lost material. The Guidelines for Changing Lost Books may be referred to books without records of price.

C.  Damaging, Mutilating, or Vandalizing of Library Materials
Anyone found guilty of damaging, mutilating, or vandalizing of library materials shall be subjected to disciplinary action as sanctioned by the Department of Education and Culture (DECS-DepEd) depending on the gravity of the offense.  In addition, he/she will be made to pay a fine of P100.00 plus the cost of acquiring a replacement of the stolen/damaged material. He may be suspended from attending classes and from using the library and from borrowing materials.

Educational Media Resource Center



The Educational Media Resources Center supports the instruction and the literacy program of the institution. It houses the audio-visual materials like audio-cassettes, optical discs, e.g. VCD, DVD, VHS, transparencies, microfiche, slides, including the hardware and other equipment like TV, Karaoke/ Stereo Component, Slide, Overhead Projectors, LCD projectors, and laptop. This is a centralized center catering all the preschool and elementary pupils, high school, college and graduate students, faculty and staff.

Service Hours
·     7:00 a.m.  – 6:00 p.m.  (Monday to Friday), 
·    Reserved during Saturdays for Graduate School.
*  No service during Sundays and holidays, unless a written request is made two days in advance.

General Rules and Regulations
·       No eating and smoking inside the EMRC.
·       No sitting with feet on another chair.
·       No sitting on the table.
·       Maintain the cleanliness of the center.
·       Observe silence while the show/activity is going on.

Reservations       
Reservation for the use of the EMRC must be made two (2) days before the viewing time, etc. on a first come first serve basis. Forms are available in all the library units.

For Class Instruction/Curricular Activities:

·   Teacher In-charge must fill-up the reservation form and have it verified by the EMRC Librarian and signed approved by the Principal/Dean and Director of Libraries.

           For Extra-curricular Activities:
·   Extra-curricular activities of clubs, organizations or any group using the EMRC are scheduled during activity period.

·  President or Adviser of the organizations, clubs must fill-up the reservation form and have it verified by the EMRC Librarian and signed approved by the SAO, the Adviser and the Director of Libraries.  

Previewing  
·   Videotapes/VCD/DVD not owned by the SCC–EMRC must be previewed by the Librarian and the Teacher before showing to the students.
·   Teachers can preview the Videotapes/VCD/DVD anytime, provided that there are no conflicts in schedule.

Software (Videotapes/VCD/DVD, audio-cassettes, slides, transparencies, etc.)
·   These materials are intended to be used within the Library/EMRC only.
·   But faculty, staff and administrators are given the privilege to borrow videotapes, optical disks & cassette tapes for home use.
·    Dubbing of audio-cassette tapes must be done at the EMRC.

Hardware/Equipment (LCD Projector, Laptop, Overhead Projector, Slide 
         Projector, Cassette Recorder, Video Camera, Karaoke, VCD Player, DVD  
         Player, VHS Player, Speech Laboratory, etc.)
·     These facilities and equipment are not to be rented out for outsiders.  
·     As much as possible these materials are to be used within the EMRC only.
·   If use in the classroom outside of the EMRC, the Faculty/Borrower must fill-up the Borrower’s Slip or submit a Letter of Intent before the equipment is released for use, etc.

Rental (Tariff) For outsider or non-regular class instruction/activity:
·  Rent of the EMRC/Viewing Room: (* package inclusive of only chairs, TV, Karaoke, Light & sounds, DVD,  aircon) :      
-  /P            200.00 (minimum of 2 hrs; 150.00 next succeeding hrs.)
-                   650.00 (half day)
-                1,200.00 (whole day)

·   Separate rent for the following if used in the EMRC Viewing Room (subject to change)
          LCD Projector                -                   250.00 per hour
          Laptop                              -                   250.00 per hour
          Overhead Projector      -                  250.00 per hour
          Slide Projector               -                   250.00 per hour
          Video camera                 –                  250.00 per hour

Overdue Fines and Other Penalty (Applicable to Faculty/Staff only)

·   Fine is imposed to those who will not return the materials/equipment on the specified due date:  Videotapes, Optical Disks, Audio-Cassette tapes, etc.  - Php   10.00 / day

Damages and Losses 

·    The use of the Educational Media Resources is free. In case of damage the cost of repair is shouldered by the users. If lost, a replacement of the same material/equipment is required.

 

Cyber Library/Internet Service



Cyber Library/Internet Service (Main Library)


      The Cyber Library/Internet is an area where students, faculty and staff can research and access information through online search using the internet-connected workstations. Access to the internet and information technology resources in the Library are to be used appropriately and in a manner consistent with the instructional, research, community service and administrative goals and objectives of the College.

Users of are expected to have read, understood and strictly follow the prescribed rules and regulations, and shall observe standards of decency at all times.


A bonafide student can avail a wifi access service at any Wifi Zones in the campus. Interested student must own a laptop and may apply for free wifi access by filing the application form at the Director’s Office or the Cyber Library/Network Office.

*      Rules & Regulations:

1.    The computer user must secure User ID and password from the Cyber Library Incharge.
2.  Access to the computer workstation is on a first come first serve basis.
3.  A student is given at least two hours to use the computer per day
4.  All the activities of the users in the workstation computers are strictly monitored.
5.  Facebook and Youtube sites are allowed inside the libraries only from 12:00-1:00 and 
5:00-7:00 P.M., inclusive of SCC's wifi or personal connection.
6. Flash media and diskettes of users must be scanned by the Cyber Library In-charge before using.
7. CDROMs are available in the library for the use of the faculty and students. The use of personal or CD not owned by the SCC Library System shall seek proper permission from the library management before it will be used in the library computer stations.                           
8.  No hacking, breaking in, corrupting, internet tapping, installing unauthorized programs and other similar acts.
9.  The Cyber Library reserves the right to regularly delete files from  system and network hard drives.
10. The Cyber Library reserves the right to define what are UNAUTHORIZED USES for students and this include but are not limited to the following:

a.      Computer games, online games which are not assigned course work;
b.      Movies or videos for leisure;
c.       Entering or transmitting of obscene/pornographic materials;
d.      Sharing one’s own computer account with others or using another person's accounts;
e.       Entering or transmitting computer viruses or any  form of intentionally destructive programs;
f.        Connecting any device to the network without permission;
g.      Modification or destruction of library hardware,  software or data including display and desktop configurations;
h.      Intentional shutting down of the computer.

11.       Maintain the cleanliness inside.

12.       Silence should be observed.

Cyber Library/Internet Service (Elementary and High School Libraries)
           
          The Cyber Library/Internet is an area where students, faculty and staff can research and access information through online search using the internet-connected workstations. Access to the internet and information technology resources are to be used appropriately and in a manner consistent with the instructional, research, community service and administrative goals and objectives of the College.


      Users of are expected to have read, understood and strictly follow the prescribed rules and regulations, and shall observe standards of decency at all times.

*      Rules and Regulations


1.  Present your validated school ID or Enrolment card every time you use the Computer/Netbook /Workstation in the Library. Always log-on your name in the Record Book provided.
2.  Access to the computer workstation is on a first come first serve basis.
3.  Each user is given only 30 minutes to use the computer on the available time slot provided but can extend to one hour if there are no demands from other users.
4.  Call the Computer In-Charge or the Librarian for printing job.
5.  CDROMs that are available in the library for the use of the faculty and students. Personal or CD not owned by the SCC Library System should seek proper permission from the library management before using it in the library computer stations.
6.  If there is a need to change the CD, ask the assistance of the Librarian.
7.  Facebook and Youtube sites are allowed inside the libraries only from 12:00-1:00 and 5:00-7:00 P.M., inclusive of SCC's wifi or personal connection.
8.  Playing computer games, online games, and watching movies or videos  for leisure inside the libraries are not allowed.
9.  No hacking, breaking in, corrupting, installing unauthorized programs and other similar acts.
10.  Users should not shut down the computer after using. 
11.  Any problem encountered at the computer workstations must be reported to the librarian immediately.
12.  Violation of any of this will be recommended for sanctions appropriate for serious offenses.



*      Violation of any of the rules in the Cyber Library will be recommended for sanctions appropriate for serious offenses. Violations of the rules shall be meted the following:
First offense                          - Oral warning
Second offense                      - Written warning
Third offense                         - Endorse to the Disciplinary Committee, 
                                                  SAO for appropriate sanction.



A bonafide student can avail a wifi access service at any Wifi Zones in the campus. Interested student must own a laptop and may apply for free wifi access by filing the application form at the Director’s Office or the Cyber Library/Network Office.



*      Printing Services
§  Cost per page:
P  3.00 – for text, P 10-15.00  for colored (inkjet)

§  For Faculty and Staff:
v  The Faculty/Staff may request for inter-office charge to the office or department where you belong.
v  Printing for personal use may be requested for salary deduction by filing printing charge form.