Welcome To Student Life Office!
I am Kong Douch, head of the Student Life Office (SLO) of Saint Paul Institute (SPI). I’m so glad to work here to assist all SPI’s students in different academic support activities. SLO is one of the most significant offices in SPI to receive extra support academic programs in different workshops and exchange opportunities with other international universities. The workshops and training are conducted by SLO in purpose to provide more knowledge to students such as, social inclusion, gender, environment, hygiene, religion, political, economic, education and personal development, etc. SLO is working to develop and strengthen the students’ abilities by providing all students with equality to learn and gains new knowledge.
Furthermore, I would like to express that SLO is a home for students since they can come and have fun and learn at the same time, especially to show their talents through different association groups. On the other hand, sports, music, consultant, and other services are available to reduce stress and released out of their lives while they are playing guitar or piano or consultation inside SLO during their free time after study.
We live together as a big family with sharing, advising, teaching, encouraging, and orientation in mutual in order to become great people in their own family and society!
COME to JOIN with SLO of SPI.
Thank you very much!
SPI runs a free of charge counseling service which is available to all students and staff of the Institute. Those who feel mentally stressed from difficult situations such as poverty, domestic violence, living away from their family or other demanding situations are encouraged to seek assistance. Patients who require further care or medication are referred to see doctors in hospitals.
Recognizing the need for students to strengthen English communication skills in order to compete in the international arena, The Department of English founded the Debate Program, Presentation program, and Listening program. All students in English Department are welcome to join. The club’s members improve their English language competence, general knowledge about Cambodia and the rest of the world, and their reasoning, analytical and critical thinking skills. They learn to exchange ideas and experiences with one another and develop confidence in public speaking, expressing and defending their own argument.
The SPI Arts Club aims to provide SPI students with the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities and to socialize with their fellow students across different year levels. The club is about dancing and music and participants learn Khmer and Korean popular dance.
The SPI Sport Club fields teams for five competitive sports – football, volleyball, basketball, table tennis, and boules. These teams compete in the games organized by the apostolic vicariate of Phnom Penh or the Ministry of Education Youth and Sport.
Research is a powerful tool for students to develop their capacity for learning and finding new answers to important issues for later generations and society. The SPI Research Club encourages all students to join the research activities including social research and thesis research.
Information Technology Association
Art therapy workshop