In keeping with its mission to give quality education to the least favored, NDMU, through the University Student Assistance Program, otherwise known as the Grant-in-Aid/Working Student Program, provides opportunities for the financially needy but academically deserving students to obtain a college education.
The program aims to:
- Offer scholarship assistance to deserving students;
- Assist students obtain work and life skills;
- Help students enhance interpersonal skills in the work environment;
- Provide students with work experience to enhance their marketability after graduation;
- Immerse students in the Marist work environment where they can learn the value of humility, simplicity, love of work, and dignity of labor.
The Grant-in-Aid/Working Students work for a minimum of 96 hours or 4hrs a day for 6 days a week and carry a maximum subject load of 18 units.