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Monday, April 23, 2018

GSIS Opens Scholarship For Incoming College Freshmen For SY 2018-2019


The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) is now accepting applications for GSIS Scholarship Program (GSP) for Academic Year 2018-2019. Application start last April 16 and the deadline on June 15.

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The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) is now accepting applications for GSIS Scholarship Program (GSP) for Academic Year 2018-2019. Application start last April 16 and the deadline on June 15.  According to GSIS President Jesus Clint Aranas, 400 scholarship will be given for children or dependents of low-income GSIS member. Out of 400, 40 are allotted to dependents of a person with disabilities, indigenous peoples (IPs) and solo or single parents.  Qualified GSIS members may nominate their children or dependent to the scholarship if they are incoming freshmen who have been accepted in any four- or five-year course or in priority courses in Commission on Higher Education (CHED)-recognized schools.  Under GSP, GSIS will shoulder the actual cost of tuition and miscellaneous fees not exceeding Php40,000 per academic year of the 400 new scholars. The scholars will also receive Php3,000 monthly allowance.  Monetary incentives in the amount of Php20,000, Php30,000, and Php50,000 also await scholars who will graduate with Latin honors cum laude, magna cum laude, and summa cum laude, respectively.  Children or dependents of active members and children of permanent total disability (PTD) pensioners who are less than 60 years old may be nominated to the program.  Active members are qualified to nominate scholars if they are permanent government employees who have at least three-year government service, have a salary grade of 24 or below (or its equivalent job level), and have paid premium contributions for the last six months.  Single or married active members who are childless may nominate one child or dependent who rely on them for support, while PTD pensioners below 60 years old may nominate their children only.  Interested? download the application and certification form from the GSIS website (www.gsis.gov.ph). You may also get the form from the nearest GSIS office in your area.  For applicants, just submit the following requirements to the nearest GSIS office for processing. Duly Accomplished forms Dependent's Birth Certificate
According to GSIS President Jesus Clint Aranas, 400 scholarship will be given for children or dependents of low-income GSIS member. Out of 400, 40 are allotted to dependents of a person with disabilities, indigenous peoples (IPs) and solo or single parents.



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Qualified GSIS members may nominate their children or dependent to the scholarship if they are incoming freshmen who have been accepted in any four- or five-year course or in priority courses in Commission on Higher Education (CHED)-recognized schools.

Under GSP, GSIS will shoulder the actual cost of tuition and miscellaneous fees not exceeding Php40,000 per academic year of the 400 new scholars. The scholars will also receive Php3,000 monthly allowance.

Monetary incentives in the amount of Php20,000, Php30,000, and Php50,000 also await scholars who will graduate with Latin honors cum laude, magna cum laude, and summa cum laude, respectively.

Children or dependents of active members and children of permanent total disability (PTD) pensioners who are less than 60 years old may be nominated to the program.

Active members are qualified to nominate scholars if they are permanent government employees who have at least three-year government service, have a salary grade of 24 or below (or its equivalent job level), and have paid premium contributions for the last six months.

Single or married active members who are childless may nominate one child or dependent who rely on them for support, while PTD pensioners below 60 years old may nominate their children only.

Interested? download the application and certification form from the GSIS website (www.gsis.gov.ph). You may also get the form from the nearest GSIS office in your area.

For applicants, just submit the following requirements to the nearest GSIS office for processing.

  • Duly Accomplished forms
  • Dependent's Birth Certificate

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