TO: ALL STUDENTS
FROM: OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
RE: ENROLLMENT 2022-2023 2ND TERM
Please be reminded that the last day of enrollment for 2nd Term AY 2022-2023 is on January 23, 2023 (Monday)
Please be guided accordingly.
TO ALL STUDENTS:
Reactivation of WiFi accounts for 2nd Term A.Y. 2022 - 2023 will start on January 16, 2023.
Note: Only enrolled students are allowed to activate their WiFi account. (Activation is self-service)
University Free WiFi is accessible through SSID: VERITAS
To all Students:
Date: NOVEMBER 11, 2022
Relative to the "NO ID, NO ENTRY" policy being implemented by the University, please be informed that those students with no ID yet, or those whose IDs are still being processed, may temporarily use the QR Code found in the profile page of your respective student portal. Please download the QR Code and use it upon entering buildings in the University.
Subject: CEASING OF ACCEPTANCE OF BILLS PAYMENTS THROUGH BANCO DE ORO UNIBANK
Date: SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
Noting the expiration of the University's bills payment partnership with Banco De Oro Unibank, kindly be advised that payments made through their bills payment facility will only be accepted until October 15, 2022.
We advise our stakeholders to make use of our Online Payment Gateway (Tuition Fees and Admission Fees) or pay through the bills payment facility, online or through over-the-counter, of Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), China Bank, Metrobank, or Security Bank.
To assist our students in their need for a copy of their latest grades, the Office of the Registrar is pleased to announce that a downloadable version of the copy of grades is now available via MyUSTe Student Portal (Web). This is designed for internal use only, or transactions of the student within the University.
To download, click the Grades tab. On the bottom part, click the tab “View and Print Copy of Grades”.
TO ALL STUDENTS: Please be informed of the following:
In line with this, you will just have to download the specific form that you need to transact in the Office of the Registrar.
TO: ALL STUDENTS, EXCEPT JHS and EHS
RE: STUDENT PORTAL MOBILE APPS
FROM: OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
The Office of the Registrar, in collaboration with the Santo Tomas e-Service Providers (STePs), is pleased to announce that the student portal has now a mobile application. For your easy access to the student portal, you are advised to download the applicable link below:
The existing features of the Student Portal Mobile App allow you to do the following anytime, anywhere:
The myUSTe portal is a system accessible via the Internet and is intended to include all the functionalities of K.I.O.S.K., the intranet facility for accessing student information. To use the myUSTe portal, a student must be officially enrolled, and he/she must activate his/her account on-line at http://myuste.ust.edu.ph/student.
In the account activation, he/she will be required to supply his/her Identification Number and Date of Birth. One must ensure that he/she has already chosen a new Password to replace the default password generated by the system.
Using one's IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
The student ID number is automatically generated by the system and is permanently assigned to the student upon confirmation of enrolment in the University. This is printed on the student's ID card and on the his/her copy of Registration Form using the format YYYY-999999 (e.g. 1991-050299). By simply dropping the hyphen (1991050299), the student number serves as his/her username in accessing the myUSTe portal. One's login account therefore, cannot be customized or changed.
Using one's Date of Birth to Activate the Account
The date of birth a student entered/declared in the Admission system when he/she initially applied to the University is used as his/her initial password in the myUSTe portal. A student must supply this exact date of birth in the activation page in the format MMDDYYYY (e.g. 04261975) [April 26, 1975].
Entering and Verifying the New Password
The new password a student will supply should be easy to remember but difficult for others to guess since it will be used to access his/her information. The new password should be 8 to 12 characters long and preferably composed of numbers and letters. The system supports case sensitivity so it is also recommended that one enters his/her password in mixed cases (e.g. Cr8tivM3).
If a student forgot his/her password, simply click the "Forgot your password?" link and supply the information required. The new password will be emailed to him/her. A student may change his/her password again once he/she has logged on to the system.
You may check the Frequently Asked Questions if you have troubles activating your myUSTe account.