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Admission Policy

Lost High School Card

1. Upon admission if the High School Card is lost require the student to get a certification from the school that his/her High School Transcript has not been sent to any school for College Admission together with the 2nd copy of her high school card (Form 138).
Crediting of Subjects
1. Subjects to be credited should have the same subject description, scope of study and of the same units.
2. Crediting of subjects should be done upon admission of the student.
3. General subjects are automatically credited such as English, Filipino, Sociology, etc.
Adding Subjects
1. Secure from the Registrar’s Office the Dropping/Adding form.
2. Fill-out the form properly – your name, student number, course and indicate the SY.
3. Proceed to the Dean’s Office for approval and endorsement to the Registrar.
4. Submit the form to the Registrar for approval and encoding.
5. Get the Students copy and attached it to your Registration form.
Shifting to another course
1. Secure from the Registrar’s Office the Change of Course form.
2. Fill-out the form properly – your name, student number, course and indicate the SY.
3. Proceed to the Dean’s Office for approval and endorsement to the Registrar
4. Submit the form to the Registrar for approval and encoding.
5. Get the Students copy and attached it to your Registratrion form.



NFE/ INC Grades
1. Submit your Letter of request to the Dean/School Director of your College for approval.
2. After the approval, proceed to the Accounting or Cashiers for payment.
3. Proceed to the Registrar’s Office and secure the Completion form.
4. Fill-out the form and submit it to the Faculty member for scheduling of exams.
5. After the exams, the faculty member would submit the Grading Sheet with the following attachments:
- The Letter of request of the student
- Proof of Payment
- Completion Form
- Spreadsheet
Prerequisites
Only graduating students are allowed to enroll prerequisite subjects simultaneously within the semester wherein the student will be required to sign the waiver form which is at the Registrar’s Office. Major subjects are not applicable on this case.
Example: English 2 is a prerequisite subject of English 3. If the student fails English 3, he/she automatically fails English 2 even if he/she gets a passing grade.