UP Manila suspends classes Monday to mourn Kristel Tejada


MANILA, Philippines – Officials of the University of the Philippines Manila (UPM) suspended classes on Monday and called for sobriety amid public dismay and outrage over the suicide of a freshman forced to put her studies on hold because she could not pay the tuition.

The UPM administration declared March 18 a “Day of Mourning in remembrance of Kristel Pilar Mariz Tejada, Iskolar ng Bayan” and suspended classes in all academic units in the Padre Faura campus.

“The reason is to call for sobriety, reflection and also to express condolences again. This may be a rallying symbol to turn this tragedy into a higher noble cause for a permanent solution to problems in education,” said public affairs director Dr. Anthony Leachon in an interview Sunday after he visited the wake.

The student body meanwhile is expected to continue their mass actions next week in the form of a vigil, noise barrage, march and wearing of black shirt.

The remains will be brought to the Philippine General Hospital chapel during the week before they are laid to rest during the weekend.

Based on new details released over the weekend by the UPM administration, the 16-year old BA Behavioral Sciences freshman at the College of Arts and Sciences struggled under the state university’s loan and tuition policies right from the start when she entered UP in May 2012.

Tejada, the eldest of five children of a taxi driver and a housewife, killed herself in their home in Tayuman, Manila early March 15, two days after she had to file a leave of absence since she failed to pay tuition for the second semester of the school year.

When she enrolled for her first semester last May 10, she was assessed a tuition of P9,172.50 since she was not classified to be entitled to free tuition under UP’s socialized tuition scheme called the Socialized Tuition and Financial Assistance Program (STFAP).

She paid P2,795.50 on May 11, while her loan of P6,377 was settled by her father only on December 19, when the second semester was already underway.

By then the Office of Student Affairs denied her father’s appeal for another loan to cover her second semester, telling the Tejadas they have been given three extensions to pay the full tuition “and it was already mid-semester.”

“Since it is a violation of Article 332 of the University Code, the appeal could no longer be accommodated as it will set a precedent,” the UPM administration said.

On September 27, Tejada appealed to be re-assessed and categorized under Bracket E so she would be spared having to pay the tuition.

But her appeal was not acted upon as according to the UP Manila administration she “failed to submit supporting documentary requirements for appeal to be processed during the designated period despite frequent reminders from the Office of Student Affairs (OSA).”

Tejada’s case has triggered calls for a review of the tuition policy in the premier state university which has the lion’s share of subsidy among state colleges and universities.

UP President Alfredo Pascual called a news conference on Monday to unveil a proposed modification of the STFAP.

Leachon said two UPM alumni who wanted to remain anonymous have pledged to donate P100,000 and P50,000 to start a trust fund to assist students having trouble meeting their loan obligations.

He said it turned out many people were willing to help out but there was no structure in place.

“Tomorrow (Monday) is a new day and carries with it a chance to work some good in an imperfect world.

Kristel is not the first nor the only victim of poverty. What is necessary is for people to keep trying to make her the last,” Leachon said.

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  • http://profile.yahoo.com/EA7TIY7PYXEU5UOXG2K5CY5F64 Eric

    …meanwhile our politicos are dozing off in their heavily-tinted luxury SUVs with special car plates……a glaring symbol of arrogance and insensitivity…

  • rolandtr

    Too late! No UP student should be kicked out of school because she or he cannot pay the tuition fee. This is unconscionable! Her death is a moral blot in the face of UP Manila Administration and the whole fo UP System. What can they do now? She was abviously the only immediate hope for her family to raise its living standard in five years when she would have graduated. UP Manila adminsitration must show remorse by making sure her siblings would be scholars of UP Manila and dfinished their education…nakakahiya! No platitude will erase this blot that will continue to besmirch the UP System.

  • http://www.businessinsider.com/the-art-of-war-sun-tzu-2011-5?op=1 SunTzu

    To all corrupt politicians… mga PUT@ANG INA NIYO! This is the effect of all the money you suck out from the government, leaving public schools with no money for scholarships!!!

    • Jesse_Bruce_Pinkman

      Actually puwede mong sabihin kaagad ang putang ina. Di mo na kelangan pang gumamit ng @. Just a tip.

      Freedom of expression.

      • http://www.businessinsider.com/the-art-of-war-sun-tzu-2011-5?op=1 SunTzu

        Ok, thanks. Mga PUTANG INA NIYO LAHAT mga corrupt officials

  • mapicchu

    UP MANILA is simply trying to prevent a backlash from its studentry, hence the need to suspend classes monday. they should be mortified no end. grabe. this is what the poor but deserving students get when people in that org can’t think out of the box. shame on you!!

    • Kenneth Mondero

      Definitely not thinking out of the box. And I thought UP was the home of the brightest minds. Got stuck in rules. There was nothing in the rules that could have prevented any one of the officials of the UP Administration to help the poor student pay her tuition and deal with her lack of resourcefulness later. Maybe provide counseling on the right attitude in the face of adversity.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NXV3F6YUQWDOA4HPYOFN5F2N3U Danyel

    tsk tsk tsk…..so young…what a waste…….dapat talaga yang pork barrel ay sa edukasyon ng mahihirap inilalaan at properly audited…….di dapat ibigay sa mga lawmakers na puro kurakot…;…

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NXV3F6YUQWDOA4HPYOFN5F2N3U Danyel

    O ano mayor Lim anyare? Teritoryo mo yan a? Isko dapat iniskolar mo yan…..ano ginagawa nyo jan sa pwesto nyo?

    • Jack_jack618

      State University po ang UP. Hindi yan hawak ng local government. Isingit ba si Mayor Lim at ISko dito. Haaaaay. makapag-comment lang….Helloooooooo!!!!!

  • BatangSingapore

    si Kristel ay hindi direktang biktima ng kahirapan subalit kundi ng kautusan ng umiiral para supilin ang mahihirap na makapag aral sa UP. gusto nilang mapilitan huminto ang matatalinong estudyante subalit walang kakayahan makapag tuition, sapagkat gusto nilang ibigay ang slot sa mayaman.

    patalsikin si presidente abnoy sa kanyang katangahan,

  • bigbote

    At the same time, rich kids get classified under lower brackets by manipulating the system. They really should overhaul things there.

    • Maidenofdforest

      Very true…..

  • speedstream2

    if no one is supposed to go to jail for a debt unpaid, should one have to die for a debt unpaid? Sure, it’s a simplistic view, but there’s nothing that can be said or done to bring back to life a dead human being. Too late the nice words when a simple restructuring may have set things right. As long as it is not patently illegal, what’s to be lost from bending backward a little more? And to think that, year in, year out, at least P20 billion of taxpayers’ money are lost forever to graft and corruption, not to mention those fat bonuses and the like enjoyed by some bureaucrats.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BL2GYU35SO6HTJUEAUTXS3QFYM George Lapulapu

    Punyeta. UP Manila Chancellor should resign!!! UP is helping communitites help themselves, but you–UP Manila–cant help your own!!!
    Dalawang linggo na lang tapos na ang semester!! Makatao ba yang tanggalin mo yung mag-aaral? Pwde nyo naman withhold ang grade nyan a!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BL2GYU35SO6HTJUEAUTXS3QFYM George Lapulapu

    Ito ay sinulat ni Lara Austria:

    Ang Kwenta ng Buhay ni Iska

    1,500 kada unit ang matrikula sa UP,
    Samantalang 25
    25 kada metro kwadrado
    Ang upa ng Ayala sa Technohub sa isang taon.

    … 600
    600 per unit ang matrikula ni Iska sa STFAP Bracket C.
    Samantalang 600,
    600 kada araw lang din ang kita ng amang taxi driver
    Na hahatiin sa pagkain, pamasahe, baon, kuryente, tubig, ng buong pamilya.

    400 milyon
    400 milyon ang koleksyon ng UP Diliman sa tuition fee,
    Halagang ayaw pang karguhin ng gubyerno para malibre ang edukasyon sa UP.
    Samantalang 400 milyon,
    400 milyon din ang pinagsamang pork barrel ng 2 senador.*

    59 araw
    59 araw nang binuno ni Iska ang semester.
    Samantalang 12 araw,
    12 araw na lamang siyang papasok
    nang ideklarang hindi siya naka-enrol dahil hindi nakabayad ng matrikula.

    10,950 ang halagang hindi mabayaran ni Iska ngayong semester,
    Na katumbas lang din ng isang taong kita ng UP para sa kalahating pwesto ng Manulife sa Technohub,
    Na katumbas ng 18 araw na pamamasada ng kanyang ama,
    Na katumbas lang din ng 2 lechon na pangregalo ng senador sa kasalan

    ‘Yan ang kwenta ng buhay ni Iska.

    *mula sa talumpati ni RG Tessa sa candle-lighting sa AS

    • Kenneth Mondero

      May I share this please. Thank you.

  • Nino J Nunez Doydora

    yeah..too late… marami jan sa UP na anak ng mga kung sinong mataas na position and they enjoyed previledges, wala silang binabayad syempre kc anak sila ng UP employees; they ride on expensive cars and pay only P35 per sem for the forms… no sweat, yet a lot of UPians struggle to be classified in lower brackets in UP’s STPAFF scholarships. Maraming requirements, yes its needed but you should know how to classify these iskolars ng bayan WHO ARE THOSE who need money from those who dont. ni pang pa photocopy nga, wala sila…. so hwag nalang mag UP… hwag nalang mag-aral… dati pa, may depekto na jan sa scholarships ng UP..baka nga madami ang nagdodoble jan ng scholarships dahil may malakas na influence sa loob.. samantalang ang isa ay nagpakatiwarik nalang dahil d na makakapag-aral.. what a sad story… maraming OSA heads and officials ang hindi pro-students… sariling interest lang ang inaatupag and seldom YOU CAN SEE OSA people work harmoniously with the students and OSA heads are usually beheaded on posters posted by student council rallies… BULOK na system!

    • Kenneth Mondero

      Di ba parang may privilege ang mga anak ng UP employees? Lets anyone think the UPCAT is even rigged. STFAP is not holding up with its intended purpose. Dapat na u update yan based sa current standard of living ng mga Pilipino. Those who ride in expensive cars ought to pay as much as the amount they spend on gas for the whole year.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OHOD5EA75DBBUH53UKLRXRK764 Mang Teban

    What were they thinking? Where did the Office of Student Affairs get the idea that a delinquency for one semester or delayed payment is ground to end the promising life and dreams of a young student?

    Why would it create a precedent when the parent-borrower was able to pay “better late than never”? No parent would renege on a promise especially that one that ensures the bright future of the child.

    Stretch the repayment period up to two years after graduation or when the graduate is able to find a job, restructure the loan, refinance the fund, recalculate repayments on an affordable scale vis-a-vis parent-borrower’s earning capacity, distribute the amortization payments of all student loans to the minimum amount of collections to pay for overhead of maintaining the OSA – there are so many ways to make the student loan program genuinely workable and doable for the poor parents/students. What a waste of precious human life! I pray for Kristel’s easy passage to the heavenly kingdom of God.

  • kagubatan

    state university pa naman, dapat sa maralita na deserving ang unibersidad na ito, Imperfect world daw , leche!…sa mga burgis na itong UP noon pa, kailangan pa bang magbuwis ng buhay para lang mabigyan ng solusyon ang problemang ito?
    KRISTEL may you rest in peace and may you be the last in the history of UP system gone wrong

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  • regd

    It’s a tragedy and extremely sad. Yet there are others who are in worst condition than she is but fight to move on.

  • Sumintao

    Tanging edukasyon na lang ang pag asa ng mahihirap na Filipino upang guminhawa kahit papano… kung saan saan kasi napupunta ang pera ng gobyerno, bilyon bilyon sa dole out sa mahihirap daw at bulsa ng pulitiko, bat di unahin ang edukasyon…

  • Maidenofdforest

    Masaklap……patay na yung tao……

  • athenapallas

    Red Tape sucks! And government people who adhere to red tape just to have some kind of power over someone like Kristel suck even more. NO MORE RED TAPE!

    • mapicchu

      UP Manila Head should get out! command responsibility. the studentry/WE should demand that!

  • litobetita

    Too late a hero!!! It’s ironic that the UPM administration only acts when life has already been lost. And this you call UP a State University?

  • pj2003

    i think its time for every UP alumni who have more than enough earnings to PAY IT FORWARD to the current and future “iskolar ng bayan”.. just follow the lead of 2 UPM alumni mentioned in the news article above. Most UP graduates landed in high paying job that a fraction of their excess income to be donated to a foundation run by UP alumni can save another life someday.

    • youngandmaroon09

      actually, nowadays, UP students call themselves “iskolar para sa bayan.” Meaning, they are offering themselves to the nation, in helping the nation in whatever undertakings it is coming through with whatever means they can because that’s what being in UP is all about: to SERVE THE NATION. And what do they get in return? Nothing but CONTINUOUS TUITION FEE HIKES BUT UNIMPROVED EDUCATION QUALITY. To mention afew, unrepaired classrooms and classroom chairs, forever malfunctioning classroom aircons, inadequate security measures inside the campus.

      “iskolar ng bayan” has been long gone since the tuition fee hike.

    • youngandmaroon09

      and by the way, i am hearing rumors lately about adjusting the STFAP bracketing system by making Bracket A (1500 per unit) the default bracket. I hope this does not pushes.

    • Kenneth Mondero

      Exactly. Noblise Oblige.

  • Sonny San Juan

    Kailangan pang mamatay ang isang estudyante para kumilos ang burokrasya!

  • Derrick Ross

    The STFAP bracket is a joke. A minimum wage income should belong to Bracket E or F. Yung mga poor nasa Bracket C or D. This is a tragedy waiting to happen.

  • kokak

    The UPM Admin is now blaming the education system. True, our education system sucks, but on this particular case they could have simply allowed the poor kid to enroll with pending documentary obligations. (They still can hold the release of graduation diploma later anyway until all obligations are finally met).

  • $16638896

    isipin mo nlanag ung mga pondo ng damuhong pulitiko kagaya nila enrile atbp? ipinamimigay lang sa mga kapwa nilang demonyo at sa mga non exisiting foundations samantalang may mga deserving students na walang pang tuition? asan ang katarungan dito?! bkt di pa mamatay itong mga hinayupak na pulitiko nato?!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DOQTOEQERXNTOR2PZK2JQMLVGU utmostphear

    Di ba namimigay ng Milyones si Senate President Enrile last December.. Bakit di nalang yon pinamimigay sa mga mahihirap na students katulad ni Kristel?

  • http://on.fb.me/16z14Nv Angel Divera

    May God rest her soul…

    Yes its true, those on top will never see how is it bad or worst to be below them. There should be no lives lost if they have just listened and have a heart from the start.

    Why haven’t they have seen it? Perhaps too busy malling, busy going on resorts, on bars and other recreations. Money has blinded them like most leaders. So bad, so horrible I rather go eat with beggars than them.

  • Billy Reyes

    Education is the only salvation for our country, its should get the highest share of National Budget no other department could come close.
    Here in one country in Europe, there is MEANS testing to determine the income of your parents, you submit the income tax copy etc.,to show the wealth of your family.
    Poor family, single parent, etc., get huge grant from government while above middle income get very little.
    And also they are very strict on the Leaving Cert., or the (National College Entrance Examination), a lot of students have to work hard to get high marks to be able to pursue high qualify courses in the best schools. So that they could determined who’s going to get those slots & you don’t waste your time to study something that your good too.,
    Like to get to Oxford University they don’t care if you are the Queen’s grandchildren you have to be the best brain to get their.

  • guest

    It is really a tragedy. Most high government officials from President down to secretaries, justices, senators and congressmen from the past and present are from UP. Even their children today from lawyers to doctors are studying at UP availing of subsidized tuition of the government. Yet this poor intelligent woman who should be the real people who should be given priority in a government subsidized university is denied because she cannot afford it. This means there is something wrong with the UP system and I suggest it should be overhauled so that the real poor are given priority and the rich are the last one to avail. The rich should go to private university like Ateneo or La Salle.

    • Kenneth Mondero

      I agree with you that the scholarship program of UP is flawed. Though hindi natin pwdeng tanggalan ng opportunity yung mga mayayaman na mag aral sa UP. But they should pay a lot more than what a poor student ought. 50,000 na halos tuition sa ibang universities, Dapat ganun din ang binabayaran ng mga mayayaman sa UP.

  • bayankopdi

    Sa mga SENATORS GAYA NI ENRILE, JINGGOY AT REVILLA AT CONGRESSMEN na binibigay ang kanilang PORK BARREL sa mga PEKENG FOUNDATIONS na di daw nila alam na peke pala yung pinagbigayn ng million million na PORK BARREL..sanA dito na lang ninyo ipamigay sa funds para sa mga scholars na di kayang paaralin ng mga magulang gaya ni Kristel…NAKAKAPAGHINAYANG ..lalot nakikita natin paano magtapon ng pera ng bayan ang ating mga magigiting na politiko….MGA SENATORS AT CONGRESSMEN SANA MABIGYAN KAYO NI LORD NG KAHIT KATITING NA KONSIYENSYA….

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZYJLDPFZXW3GZVHSY5TOQZX6D4 SojuSaki

    It is very sad. How I wish she was a little stronger.
    This tragic incident is not isolated to UPM or the UP System. It mirrors the imperfect state of our educational system and the struggles face by many poor students hoping to escape poverty through education.
    When I was an undergrad, my dad has no permanent job and sending me to the university was almost next to impossible. I was so stubborn and refused to accept our current circumstance. Fortunately, got accepted to UP and was assessed with a lower bracket which relieved me from paying fees.
    UP remains a big challenge to poor students. Many professors are very unforgiving. They don’t care about your hardships or your family’s struggle. All they care is you pass your exams. You need to be tough and resourceful to survive.
    I remember, I used to work sa Jollibee until 2am then attend class at 8am. Countless times of no lunches or snacks and many times went to school with no money even for jeepney fare. It’s embarrassing but have to tell the driver I have no money to pay, they understand naman and normally smiles back when you tell them to drop you at UP.
    Looking back, it was crazy and I don’t know how I survived. Now, I’m working thousands of miles away, not really a personal choice but more of an economic necessity. It’s a different struggle but I’m happy, I’m now in a position to help my family back home. And for that, I’ll be always grateful to UP.

    • http://twitter.com/CharieEnrile Charie Enrile

      hats off to you dear sir..you remind me of my two brothers who graduated with honors from UP. despite being really poor they managed to hurdle the daunting task of finishing their studies. we hardly had anything to pay for their tuition much more their daily expenses.Thank God, they persevered.. i’m so mighty proud of ‘em…

    • Kenneth Mondero

      Cheers to you. I hope you find it in your heart to give back at least to UP to make sure what you experienced do not happen to anyone again or even prevent a tragedy such as this from happening.

  • gyvv

    hmmm… ‘no structure in place’… in a place of highest structure..

  • Brownfly

    If I’ll have it my way, the proposed trust fund should apply to all colleges and universities. It may come as a separate entity with a secretariat wherein it can accept donations and contributions from concerned donors locally and abroad. Well, the one being planned by the two alumni is a good step in the right direction. I’m willing to part with my share.

  • Jack_jack618

    Wala naman talagang pasok sa UP pag Monday. DUH.

  • doublecross

    RIP, so sorry….
    gone are the roses of UP campus, a brave lady.

  • ownwrite

    The young and bright Ms. Kristel Tejada drinking poison because UP could no longer tolerate her poverty.

    Team Pinoy and UNA senatorial candidates dancing to the tune of Oppan Gangnam Style in their campaign sorties.

    As Kristel falls. The senatorial candidates take a bow.

  • kordapya

    hay nakakalungkot talaga…why can’t we be thailand…dito lahat ng incentives binibigay sa estudyante just for them to enroll. Aalog alog ang mga schools sa dami ng buildings and facilities …ang laki kasi ng budget allocation nila sa education. Ito namang UPM ang framework ng utak profiteer…kakabwiset wala man lang flexibility sa policies. INSENSITIVE!!

  • Thomas Aquinas

    Sana may mga investigative reporters na mag report ng tuition fees na binabayaran ng mga mayayaman sa UP para makita ng publiko ang ginagawa nilang katampalasan.

  • gerryjoaquin

    namoo leachon, naghugas kamay na na. tamang tama semana santa, pwede kang pontio pilato. kahapon lang sinisisi mo pa ang pamilya ni kristel at ang kanilang kahirapan sa pagkamatay nya. ngayon naman para kang maamong tupa. isusubsub ko yang mukha mo pag nakita kita sa PGH.

  • gerryjoaquin

    namoo leachon. naghuhugas kamay ka na. tamang tama semana santa kelangan ng pontio pilato. kahapon lang sinisisi mo ang pamilya ni kristel at kanilang kahirapan sa pagkamatay nya. ngayon naman para kang maamong tupa. magdasal ka na di kita makikita sa pgh, isusubsob ko lang pagmumukha mo at gagawin kitang lechon.

  • Smooth59Pepin

    Mga Putaang ina nyo!!!! Umalis na kayo dyan sa UPManila. Mga wala kayong konsensya!! Alisin nyo na rin yung term ninyo dyan na “iskolar ng bayan” ! Naiintindihan nyo ba ang ibig sabihin nyan?! Pwe!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EXFI4EUGM23PQ4FMQKLVH36OXI Jose

    While I think that blaming the UPM administration for this is bloody ridiculous, I do agree that the STFAP programme needs further fine tuning.

    Let us all just hope that some good reform comes of this senseless tragedy.

  • 56del_11

    nakakaiyak at nakakalungkot ang nangyari kay kristel. Oi, mga senatongs at mga tongresmen, wag nyo nman ubusin ang kaban ng bayan, magtira nman kau para sa edukasyon ng mahihirap! wag ipang lambing kpag pasko at ibigay sa fake na mga foundation (bulsa nla) ang PORK BARREL!!!bwiset

  • JasonBieber

    This is a sad tragedy which unfortunately candidates may take advantage of…who knows if this one issue will be enough for those running the country to do something about the high cost of tuition. Not to mention the high unemployment to go with the high rates of gas and power and public transportation.

  • nakatutok

    reactionary….ang dami nang “gagawin”DAW at “aayusin”..kasi may nangyari na!!//

  • Jerry_SeinfeId

    Sa dami ng CORRUPT good luck to all.

  • Kenneth Mondero

    So some UP alumni donated Php 150,000.00. Hindi ba naisip ng Chancellor o kung sino mang pinagluhuran ni Kristel na pahiramin sya ng personal nilang pera para lang matapos nya ang semester? Then they could have dealt with Kristel’s own lack of resourcefulness. Akala ko ba matatalino tao sa UP? Sobrang na stuck sa rules. Rules, rules, rules! Hindi lahat sa mundo nadadaan sa utak. In fact, the world became an ugly place dahil utak lang ang pinagagana. Pwdeng puso naman? Yung pusong gustong tumulong. Nasan ang guidance counselor ng UP? Nasan ang mga professors nga Behavioral Science student na to? Ano mga nagawa nila? Stuck with curriculum too? Someone had to die for them to realise UP lacked the mechanism to deal with situations like this. Again, akala ko ba matatalino mga taga UP? For sure hindi lang si #KristelTejada ang nagkaroon ng ganitong problema. Yun nga lang, sya ang nagpakamatay dahil sa issue na to. Pero ilang estudyante na kaya ng UP ang natanggal dahil sa ganitong sitwasyon? Gusto ko malaman kung ilang libo ang sahod ng Chancellor na pinagluhuran ng pamilya ni Kristel. At kung bakit hindi nya nahanap sa puso nyang tulungan ang batang ito sa kanyang problema.

  • dodot24

    Kawawa talaga ang batang iyan maliit lang ang 10, 000 hindi pa pinagbigyan ng school. Sayang na buhay, at higit sa lahat na nakakarimarim ay patay na ni rape pa sa puneraria. dapat may imbestigasyon dito pero walang nangyari.

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