Information regarding the results of the Enrollment Settlement Review process for the second semester of 2022

Students who participated and applied to the Enrollment Settlement Review process for the second semester of 2022 are informed that the results of said process will be published no later than July 15, 2022, due to the modification of the Resolution that regulates the process in question and the adjustments that must be made around it.

We appreciate your understanding.

Publication of the results of the Enrollment Fractionation procedure for the semester 2022-I

The Subdirectorate of University Welfare presents the results of the Enrollment Fractionation procedure for the semester 2022-I, in which 22 students are related, who complied with the provisions.

The benefited students are informed that the three (3) payment receipts can be downloaded from March 4, 2022, therefore, they must be paid without exception on the established dates. It is suggested to download the three (3) receipts once they are issued, so that there are no setbacks when paying the respective fees.

Respected student, remember that the first payment corresponds to 30% of the value of the tuition fees plus values ​​corresponding to the issuance or renewal of the card and student insurance. The term to make this payment expires ten (10) business days following the generation of the tuition fee receipt. The second and third payment each equivalent to 35% of the value of the ordinary tuition, which must be paid the second installment in the 8th week of the semester and the third installment in the 12th week of the semester.

First meeting of the ASE 2022-I program

The University Welfare Subdirectorate (SBU) and the University Community Orientation and Support Group (GOAE) inform the students who are referenced in this list, that next Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at 10: 00 a.m., in Torreón B – 419, the first meeting of the ASE 2022-1 program will be held, which aims to confirm the acceptance of the benefit.

Beneficiary student remember that this meeting is mandatory, if you do not attend, your seat will be assigned to the students on the waiting list.

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Enrollment settlement review process 2022-II

Undergraduate students interested in participating in the 2022-II tuition settlement review process are informed.

Announcement:
In this you will find the requirements, the selection process and registration dates.

Resolution 1029 of 2015:
Find out how the program works.

Form:
It can be completed after 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 28, 2022 until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 29, 2022:

FOR002GBU:
Form to formalize the registration of the 2022-II Enrollment liquidation review process, remember that you must attach the supporting documentation from 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 28, 2022 until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 29, 2022.

CALL FOR THE BENEFIT OF FOOD BONUSES FOR SEMESTER 2021-I FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

The University Well-being Subdirectorate summons undergraduate students interested in the benefit of food vouchers for the first semester of 2021 (agreement 034 / 2017- See the variables for assigning the subsidized lunch service Resolution 0171 of 2018).

The university will assign the food voucher benefit to 2,100 undergraduate students with the purpose of supplying the subsidized lunch service corresponding to the 2021-1 semester, this benefit will be delivered to enrolled students whose socioeconomic situation warrants it.

See the call for the benefit of food stamps for semester 2021-1 for undergraduate students

SELF-CARE AND MOVEMENT WEEK – MEET AND REGISTER FOR THE WORKSHOPS

PILATES AND BODY AWARENESS
Monday June 21
3:30 pm. to 5:00 p.m.
Guest teacher:
Ana Maria Benavides

DANCING AND HEALING
Tuesday June 22
6:30 pm. at 8:30 p.m.
UPN contemporary dance teacher:
Vanessa Henriquez G.

MEDITATION IN MOTION
Wednesday 23 June
2:30 pm. at 5:30 p.m.
Guest teacher:
Ladino Alexander

GENDER AND MOVEMENT
Self-recognition and self-acceptance
Thursday June 24
9:30 a.m. at 11:30 a.m.
UPN contemporary dance teacher:
Vanessa Henriquez G.

REGISTRATION TO WORKSHOPS

SOLIDARITY AND COMMITTED UPN

“Education is an act of love, therefore, an act of courage.”

Congratulations to the teachers Gabriela Alfonso Novoa, Martha Saavedra and Sandra Durán, winners of solidarity bingo. Thanks for the different exercises to support our students, without a doubt you are a clear example of how the UPN community feels and educates.

DO YOU WANT TO BE A MENTOR OR DO YOU NEED MENTORING?

Open enrollment for students to the Mentoring Program

Until next Monday, September 28, you can participate in the call to be part of the Mentoring Program

The Mentoring program seeks to accompany the personal and professional growth of students like you, who want to receive tools for the construction of their life project, adaptation to their university process and the development of skills and competencies for the 21st century. During the mentoring you will be accompanied and you will be listened to by a MENTOR.

We tell you that mentoring is an experience characterized by a learning relationship between equals in which an advanced semester student (MENTOR) listens and accompanies another student who is just beginning on the learning path.

What do you need to be a MENTOR?

  • You must be in higher semesters: from the fifth to the tenth if they are university programs, from the third to the fourth if they are technical and technological programs.
  • Have communication skills and social sensitivity.
  • It is essential to have a PC, laptop or tablet and internet connectivity.
  • To have time.

What do you need to have a MENTOR and receive Mentoring?

  • You must belong to the Generation E program and be between the first and third semester of a university program or between the first and second semester of a technical or technological program.

To register you just have to fill out the form:

Form to be a MENTOR

Form if you want MENTORIES