MINORS WHO WANT to stay after 10 p.m. at the Hibalag booth area during Founder’s day will have to follow the new policy implemented by the Silliman University Student Government Committee on Student Organizations (SUSG-ComSo).
ComSo, with the direction and guidance of the Student Organizations and Activities Division, and the Office of Student Services (OSS), implemented the policy in compliance to the City Ordinance no. 115 of 2006. The ordinance sets a curfew for all minors (below 18 years old) from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Aside from minors accompanied by parents or a legal guardian, only minors who have complied with the requirements will be allowed to stay until midnight at the Hibalag Booth Festival.
Minors will be allowed to stay inside the booth area (Ravello Physical Education Field) if they submit a notarized copy of the official consent and release of liability form to the OSS on or before Aug. 19.
OSS will provide minors who will submit the notarized required form with a Hibalag Minor’s Sticker Pass. This pass must be placed on the minor’s validated ID.
After 10 p.m., only minors with stickers on their validated ID will be allowed by the campus security to freely enter and exit the area.
Even if they comply all the requirements, minors are not allowed to stay overnight, under any circumstances, in their respective organization booths.
A copy of the official consent and release of liability form can be downloaded from the SU website on or before Aug.8. Free notarization is provided at the Public Attorney’s Office at the Hall of Justice.