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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

For incoming freshmen and transferees, the following requirements shall be submitted to the University Registrar (original copies) and the office of the Dean (photocopies) upon enrollment:
  • Certification of class standing if the applicant is an honor graduate and is applying for scholarship grant;
  • Form 138/SF10 for new student and transfer credentials for transferees;
  • PSA Birth Certificate
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character from the previous school attended
  • 2 pcs 2×2 pictures

For foreign students, the following are the requirements:

  • Study permit from the Bureau of Immigration and Commission on Higher Education
  • Copy of the Alien Certificate Registration or passport clearance from the Bureau of Immigration
  • Birth Certificate
  • 2 pcs 2×2 pictures

ONLINE ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES

  1. The student has to fill in the Students’ Registration Form available online which can be accessed via official CAS page;
  2. The enrollment officer will access the Student’s Registration form and will enroll the student;
    • For old student, the existing ID number will be used to access the student’s academic record and determine which courses student has to enroll;
    • For freshmen, a temporary student ID number and courses will be assigned according to the program the student is enrolling;
    • For transferees, credentials will be evaluated to determine which courses taken from the previous school can be credited to the program the student is enrolling to;
  3. The courses enrolled with assessment of corresponding fees will be generated; a copy which will be sent to the student;
  4. The student can pay online via the accredited bank or personally to the University Cashier.
  5. Copies of the Admission requirements will be submitted to the College while the original copies will be submitted to the University Registrar prior to opening of classes.

WALK-IN ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES

  1. The student shall submit copy of the admission requirements to the enrollment officer;
  2. The enrolling officer will assist the student in accomplishing the Student’ Registration Form and will enroll the student accordingly;
    • For old student, the existing ID number will be used to access the student’s academic record and determine which courses student has to enroll;
    • For freshmen, a temporary student ID number and courses will be assigned according to the program the student is enrolling;
    • For transferees, credentials will be evaluated to determine which course taken from the previous school can be credited to the program the student is enrolling to;
  3. The courses enrolled with assessment of corresponding fees will be generated;
  4. The student will pay the fees to the University Cashier.

GRADING SYSTEM

A uniform grading system is used to measure performance. The following are the numerical and descriptive equivalent of final grades.

NUMERICAL GRADE EQUIVALENT DESCRIPTION
1.0 98-100 Excellent
1.25 96-97 Very Good
1.50 93-95 Very Good
1.75 90-92 Good
2.0 87-89 Good
2.25 84-86 Fair
2.50 81-83 Fair
2.75 78-80 Passed
3.0 75-77 Passed
5.0 below Failed

A student may receive grade with verbal description of any of the following:

  • PASSED – from 1.00 to 3.00, the student has complied with the requirements of the course;
  • FAILED – 5.00 and below, the student was not able to comply with the minimum requirements of the course, hence, he/she has to re-enroll the same;
  • DROPPED – the student exceeded the maximum number of allowed absences;
  • INCOMPLETE – the student has not complied with the requirements ofthe course. The student is given one academic year to complete the lacking requirements.