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ABSTRACT

The study aimed to evaluate the level of performance of student services unit heads
and the extent of services offered to college students of St. Marys College of Tagum,
Inc. A quantitative method of research was used to determine the degree of
correlation between the independent and dependent variables. The samples of the
study were 200 male and female students, 10 program heads and 20 male and female
faculty of St. Marys College of Tagum, Inc. By using two (2) questionnaires to
collect data, the results of the study showed that the grand mean of the level of
performance of student services unit heads was 2.64, and the grand mean of the
extent of services offered to college students was 2.89. Also, the researchers found
that there was no significant relationship between the level of performance of
student services unit heads and the extent of services they offered to college students.
Thus, the negligible degree of correlation connotes that some of the services offered
to college students were sporadically implemented by the service units and there was
also lack of observance and implementation of the typical programs and services as
suggested by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and that of the United
Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations (UNESCO). The study
did offer some recommendations.

Keywords: Student Services, Student Affairs and Services, Student Affairs


Practitioners, Student Development, Welfare, Experience, Engagement, Learning,
Leadership