GSIS Educational Subsidy Program (GESP) for 10,000 College Students (Any Year Level)

The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) will be giving PhP 10,000 educational subsidy to 10,000 children and dependents of its low-income members through the GSIS Educational Subsidy Program (GESP).

GSIS Official Statement on GESP

According to Rolando Ledesma Macasaet, GSIS Chairman and concurrent Acting President and General Manager, these are the objectives for the said program:

  • To provide wider access to quality college education to the marginalized sector; and
  • To augment the means of its low-income members in sending their children or dependents to college through the grant of a P10,000 yearly allowance.

“We will select 10,000 children or dependents of members with the lowest annual basic salary from among the applicants nationwide.” – RL Macasaet

The GESP also complements Republic Act No. 10931 or the 2017 Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education which provides free tuition and miscellaneous fees to enrolees of state colleges and universities.

Read Also: 112 SUCs and 78 LUCs Covered by Free Tuition Law (RA 10931)

GSIS Educational Subsidy Program | Qualifications

  • Open to all active GSIS members with permanent employment status who are occupying salary grade 24 (or its equivalent) and below;
  • With updated GSIS premium payments and no unpaid or underpaid loan amortization for more than three months for the duration of the grant; and
  • Have college student dependents in any year level who have been accepted in or taking up any four- or five-year course in any university or college recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

The grantees will continue to receive educational subsidy until they finish their college course for as long as they meet the scholastic requirement of 80% general weighted average with no failing grade or incomplete mark incurred in any subject within the preceding semester or term of the academic year.

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GSIS Educational Subsidy Program | Requirements

  • GESP Application Form
    • You may download the form at the GSIS website.
  • Birth Certificate of the Dependend
    • This must be issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority.
  • Certificate of Employment or Certified True Copy of Service Record
    • This must be duly signed by the Agency Authorized Officer of the member’s employer.
  • Affidavit Statement
    • This should state that the student is not a recipient of any other educational or financial assistance program (including the GSIS Scholarship program) for the duration of the grant.
  • School Certification
    • This should state that that the student is accepted or enrolled during the current academic year along with the student’s course, year level and the duration of the course.
  • Report Card
    • School certification is also allowed as long as it will state that the general weighted average of the applicant’s dependent is at least 80% with no failing grade and incomplete mark incurred in any subject within the preceding semester or term of the academic year.

Read Also: GSIS Scholarship Application Details

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How to Apply to GESP

As of this writing, the application form and other guidelines is not yet finalized. If you are interested to apply, kindly send an email to [email protected] or call (02) 8-976-4970 for GESP inquiries or clarifications.

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18 Comments

  1. Bakit po pili lang, hindi kami nasali sa listahan na mabigyan ng subsidy, nkakalungkot isipin lahat nang kaklase namin naka tanggap kami hindi at mas lalong nkalulungot eh ung may kaya o nkakaangat sa buhay pa nka tanggap kisa sa amin na lubos nangangailangan ng “subsidy” na iyon, nagtapos kami last SY 2018-2019.

  2. How to apply po,may kapatid huh ako ,mag tattoos na next year,gsto ok lang tulungan , wala na huh mama namin nikita lang kami sa kapatid namin na may asa na.Ira Dubduban Astronomo po name nya.

  3. How about the parents who are not government employee? They are just farmers because they are not illiterate? How could their children avail this scholarship?

  4. Gusto ko pong mag-apply para sa mga kapatid ko active member po ako pero ang course ng mga kapatid ko wala po sa nabanggit sa listahan may iba pa bang paraan? Karpentero ang tatay ko ako po nagpapaaral kailangan ko ng tulong please kahit monthly allowance lang at sa mga other school needs like books.

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