Admissions

Requirements

As a general policy, a student applicant who complies with the requirements and passes the entrance examination and/or interview may enroll.

Freshmen

  • Original Form 138 (Report Card)/Alternative Learning System (ALS) Examinee Report Form or Certificate of Rating of the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT)
  • Four (4) pcs. of 2”x2” recent picture
  • Photocopy of Birth Certificate from the National Statistics Office (NSO)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character

Guidelines

As a general policy, a student applicant who complies with the requirements and passes the entrance examination and/or interview may enroll.

Freshmen

A student who graduated from the Secondary Level of Education from the Department of Education (DepEd) is eligible for admission. However, a student who has not completed his secondary level of education but has passed the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) or the Alternative Learning System Test (ALS) from the Bureau of Alternative Learning System (BALS) is also eligible for admission (CHED Manual of Regulations for Private Higher Education of 2008).

High school graduates with General Weighted Average (GWA) of 80% or above are exempted from taking the entrance examination. Student must use the name that appears on his admission credentials and birth certificate issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO). If there is a discrepancy in the name of the student as it appeared in the birth certificate and that which is stated in the admission credentials, the student shall be required to apply for correction of name to the Office of the Registrar. In the case of a married female student, an authenticated copy of the marriage certificate must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office for record purposes.

Registration

Freshmen

  1. Present requirements for admission at the Admissions Office/Guidance and Counseling Center.
  2. Fill out the application for Admission and Pre-registration.
    • For qualified students, fill out the scholarship and discount form
    • For students with no scholarship/discount, take an entrance exam at the Guidance Center
    • For Marine Engineering Program, proceed to Medical and Dental Services for physical exam
  3. Proceed to the Registrar's Office for the admission slip, assessment of fees and issuance of Registration Card.
  4. Pay the assessed school fees at the Tellering Section.
  5. Apply for a school ID at the Office of Student Affairs and library card at the Library.
  6. Secure schedule for orientation at the Guidance and Counseling Center.

Enrollment

A student who has complied with all the admission requirements is qualified to enrol. His name must appear the same on birth certificate and admission credentials. In the case of married female students, an authenticated copy of the marriage certificate must be submitted to the Registrar's Office.

Old Students

  • Proper sequencing of courses, i.e., taking prerequisite courses before the next higher courses, should be strictly observed; otherwise, the registration maybe invalidated and no credit will be applied despite the grades obtained.
  • A grade of 5.00 (Failed) in any prerequisite course disqualifies a student from enroling in the next higher course.
  • If the grade obtained is 4.00 (No Credit), a student shall retake the course within the prescribed one-year period or the mark automatically becomes 5.00 (Failed).
  • A student who has not completed the required PE and NSTP units after five (5) semesters will not be allowed to carry an 18-unit load including PE and NSTP, unless justifiable reasons are presented.
  • A student who has been dropped from the roll or expelled due to infractions of school rules and regulations shall not be readmitted.
  • The guidelines on academic probation shall apply to students who fail in fifty percent (50%) or more of the total units enroled in during the semester.