Reference Materials

  • REPUBLIC ACT 9500 (The University of the Philippines Charter of 2008)
    An Act to Strengthen the University of the Philippines as the National University
  • REVISED UNIVERSITY CODE (1961)
    Approved by the Board of Regents during its 682nd Meeting, 1961 January 9.
  • HANDBOOK ON PROTOCOL IN THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES (2005)
    Lists the guidelines on graduations, investitures, symposia, visits by distinguished persons, contract signings and other practices in the University.
  • HANDBOOK OF EXISTING DELINEATION OF AUTHORITY IN THE UNIVERSITY (2008)
    Information on who can take what action or who can make what decision in the context of the overall policies crafted by the Board of Regents.
  • UP FACULTY MANUAL (2003)
    Lists the responsibilities of members of the faculty, as well as the privileges to which they are entitled to. Some portions were cited from the Revised University Code of the UP System, the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Anti-Sexual Harassment Act, and Rules and Regulations on Student Conduct and Discipline.
    This UP Diliman Faculty Manual is used by all CUs in the UP System.
  • UP SYSTEM MANUAL SERIES 1 (2004)
    In support of a Culture of Scholarship and Excellence: Faculty Development, Grants and Awards for different programs (e.g., Faculty Development Program, Inter-Campus Program, Creative and Research Scholarship Program and Academic Distinction Program) and their implementing guidelines approved by the Board of Regents during its 1178th Meeting held on 2004 January 29.
  • UP SYSTEM MANUAL SERIES 2 (2004)
    Shaping our Institutional Future: A Statement on Faculty Tenure, Rank and Promotion for policies on recruitment, tenure and promotion. Approved by the Board of Regents during its 1178th Meeting held on 2004 January 29.
  • UP BRAND BOOK (2007)
  • UP VISUAL IDENTITY GUIDEBOOK (2017)
    This is a digital copy of the University of the Philippines Visual Identity Guidebook 2017. This guide serves to define the elements found in official trademarks of the university, such as the seal, university colors, logo type and The Oblation.
    The VIG also prescribes how these symbols should be used in official communications, websites, social media accounts and other materials of the university’s units, offices, organizations, faculty, students and staff.
    The adoption of the UP VIG was approved by the Board of Regents during its 1324th Meeting held last 2017 January 26.