Civics Organizations

Recognized civics-oriented student organizations

AIESEC

AIESEC-UA&P is part of the world’s largest youth-run organization. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens, to change the world, and to get experience and skills that matter today. The UA&P Local Committee in particular is composed of dynamic individuals constantly in touch with the larger organization’s activities and goals and participating in international gatherings run by young people for young people.

UA&P Catalyst working on a housing project in Bulacan.

Catalyst

Catalyst is the outreach, advocacy, and leadership organization of the University of Asia and the Pacific. It aims to provide UA&P students with opportunities to participate in meaningful service projects that uplift the economic, moral and intellectual status of individuals, communities and sectors of Philippine society most in need. True to its name, it encourages its members to be agents of positive change in society.

ER+GO

ER+GO is an environmental organization initiated by UA&P students. It aims to educate and encourage the youth to care for our environment, and to provide opportunities for people to actively participate and create solutions for the benefit of the environment.

Fú is a Filipino-Chinese organization in UA&P. It is affiliated with the Alliance of Filipino-Chinese Students (AFICS), an umbrella organization which aspires to be the voice of the contemporary Filipino-Chinese youth, and gears itself toward socio-cultural awareness and understanding. Among the group’s projects are exhibits, outreach activities and events in celebration of the Chinese New Year.

Sabio

Sabio is the official organization of UA&P scholars. Its members aspire to live the ideals of academic excellence, friendship and personal and social responsibility. Sabio, in Spanish, means “wise” or “learned”. This term describes what the University’s scholars must be, that is, to be students who strive to achieve academically and to become an active part of the University by helping other students and prospective scholars in their human, cultural and professional formation. The organization’s motto is the Latin word “Possumus,” which means “We can!”

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