Engineering students enjoyed free printing services every Friday, starting last October 9. Students need only to present their IDs at the ESC Office to avail of the free printing for the first five (5) black and white pages. Colored printing is also available at the office for the students.
For the first semester, a total of six (6) review sessions were held for ES 11, ES 12, and ES 13. Faculty members from the Institute of Civil Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering conducted the said sessions.
Launched last August 18, the Engineering Infoblast is a text brigade and email blast system managed by the UP ESC for a better and more efficient information dissemination. Students who answered the Engineering Database Form will automatically receive updates from their respective department representatives, ESC, USC, and Inhinyero.
To assist the engineering students in the preenlistment, the council centralized updates on service courses in the college. It became easier for students to check availability of slots, results of petition lists, and enlistment status as all of those information were compiled and was accessible in a single link.
Voter's registration for the upcoming national elections was held in the College, in cooperation with Tatak Botante and National Alliance of Youth Leaders. Two blood donation drives, Bad Blood with UP Red Cross Youth and Pure Blood with the Tau Allpha Fraternity, was opened for possible blood donors. And, in cooperation again with UP Red Cross Youth, Paglingap: MagpaEYEos gave free eye check- up to everybody in the college.