National Service Training Program (NSTP)

Brief History

The National Service Training Program (NSTP) is a Law otherwise known as Republic Act 9163 or the NSTP Act of 2001, refers to the program aimed at enhancing civic consciousness and defence preparedness in the youth, by developing their ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of the three (3) program components, the Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS), the Literacy Training Service (LTS) and the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), especially designed to enhance the youth’s active contribution to the general welfare. The law was implemented effective school year 2002-2003 in all HEI’s.


The FCU-NSTP envisions an efficient, civic conscious and highly motivated NSTP committed towards social transformation.


The FCU-NSTP ensures the efficient implementation of NSTP components for the enhancement and defence preparedness among the Filipino youth.


Develop civic consciousness and national defence preparedness among the Filipino Youth particularly those that enhance their total well-being as agents towards the pursuit of national development.


1. Zoological Society of London-Philippines on Mangrove Rehabilitation & Conservation Projects
2. Regional Environmental Education Network – VI (REEN-6) on environmental programs in the Region 6 (FCU is a Regular Member & the FCU NSTP Coordinator, Mr. Adam Jesus B. Bering, the Network Auditor from SY 2009 to Present)
3. Western Visayas Regional NSTP Coordinator’s Association, Inc. (WVRNSTPCAI) on NSTP Program Implementation4. Philippine Society of NSTP Educators, Inc (PSNEI) on NSTP-CWTS Program Implementation.
5. Kiwanis International, Risen Saviour Mission, Feed My Starving Children on Balay Ni San Jose K-Kids Feeding Program
6. The Asia Foundation on Book Bank Program
7. Ang Masasaka at Siyentipiko Para sa Pag-unlad ng Agrikultura (MASIPAG) Visayas & National on Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) Issues
8. Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) on Drug Education Programs
9. National Youth Commission (NYC), Office of the President of the Philippines on NSTP Green Philippines Awards Program
10. Values Formation and Spiritual Transformation Council, Inc. (VFSTCI) on Values Formation & Spiritual Transformation Programs
11. Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) on QUITSS Smoking Program
12. Lawis-Baybay Small Fisherfolks Association-Roxas City (LABSFAR) and Buntod Katibyugan, Panay (PO’s) on Mangrove Planting
13. City Agriculture Office-Coastal Resource Management (CAO-CRM) on River Rehabilitation Project through Mangrove Planting & River Clean-Up
14. Office of Vice Mayor (Roxas City) on Coastal/Beach Clean-Up

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 2017 Foundation Anniversary Celebration

Theme: FCU@113: Forever, a United Community Celebrating God's Goodness

August 21 - 25

Capiz Gym, FCU Gym, Roblee Hall


Commemoration Service - August 18|2pm|The Roblee Hall

Alumni General Assembly - August 19|8am|The Roblee Hall, FCU Gym

College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Homecoming (CAS@50) - August 20|8am|The Roblee Hall

Parade and Opening Ceremony - August 21|8am|Capiz Gym

Sports Competitions - August 17-25|FCU Gym

Literary and Socio-Cultural Competitions and Events - August 21-25|FCU Gym, The Roblee Hall