College of Science
The College of Science was established as a separate college in the University of the Philippines on 26 October 1983. Its primary mission is to contribute to the advancement of science and technology in the Philippines through the education of high-caliber scientists, the acquisition of scientific and technological knowledge, and the provision of scientific and technical services. The College performs the following three main functions.
To provide international-quality graduate and undergraduate education in the natural and mathematical sciences.
To undertake basic and applied scientific research that are of high standards and national relevance.
To render technical extension services in support of national scientific and technological development.
Office of the Dean
8981-8500 local 3802
Office of the Associate Dean for Mentoring, Academic Progress and Advancement (OADMAPA)
(Graduate Student Concerns)
8981-8500 local 3803
Office of the Associate Dean for Student, Alumni and Public Affairs (OADSAPA)
8981-8500 local 3805
Office of the College Secretary (OCS)
(Undergraduate Student Concerns)
8981-8500 local 3806
Office of the Associate Dean for Facilities and Resources Management (OADFARM)
8981-8500 local 3810
Office of the Associate Dean for Research, Innovation, Development and Enterprise (OADRIDE)
8981-8500 local 8694 / local 3804
College of Science Executive Staff:
Giovanni A. Tapang, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Science
Ma. Nerissa Masangkay Abara, Ph.D.
College Secretary (CS)
Eizadora T. Yu, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Mentoring, Academic Progress and Advancement (OADMAPA)
Ricky B. Nellas, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Research, Innovation, Development and Enterprise (OADRIDE)
Marian Roque, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Facilities and Resources Management (OADFARM)
Lillian Jennifer V. Rodriguez, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Student, Alumni and Public Affairs (OADSAPA)
Programs and services
Rene N. Rollon, Ph.D.
Marienette M. Vega, Ph.D.
Johnrob Y. Bantang, Ph.D.
CSRC Program Director
College of Science Administration Building, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City