Dr. Michael Lim Tan
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Administrative Offices

Office of the Chancellor
The Office of the Chancellor is the executive office of UP Diliman. It supervises campus operations through the related offices of the Vice Chancellors.

Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs
The OVCAA is in charge of development and implementation of quality and responsive programs, systems and mechanisms in curricular, instructional, research and extension work that ensure the attainment of the University of the Philippines Diliman's goals and objectives

Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Administration
The OVCA administers the university's physical, financial and human resources. Under it are the Human Resources Development Office (HRDO), Accounting Office, Budget Office, Cash Office, Supply and Property Management Office, and the PABX and Utilities Monitoring Team

Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Research and Development
The OVCRD formulates policies and guidelines on research and development; provides assistance in the generation of resources needed to support R&D thrusts; coordinates with offices, agencies and institutions in the regular dissemination of information to the UP Diliman research community; and assists UP Diliman personnel in the protection,licensing, patenting and/or copyrighting of their work, as well as marketing of their publications. The OVCRD also has a reward and incentive system for publication, including commercial applications arising from R&D activities

Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs
The OVCSA is tasked to attend to several non-academic needs of students such as counseling, discipline, scholarships, food service, housing, tutorials/learning centers, student/graduate assistantships, loans, organizations and visa requirements for international students

Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Community Affairs
The OVCCA attends to UPDiliman's community concerns, including management of employee and faculty housing, coordinating business concessions on campus, supervising security and safety, and maintaining campus facilities

Office of the University Registrar

UP System Officials

UP Diliman Officials

The UP System

History

On February 12, 1949, a motorcade made its way from Padre Faura all the way to a cogon-strewn expanse in Quezon City. At its head, borne on an open vehicle, was the Oblation, bronzed symbol of the University of the Philippines, on its way to its future home. This ceremony marked the university's transfer from its original site in Manila to its 493-acre campus Diliman, which would have more room for the University's expansion as it fulfilled its role as educator to the nation....more