Campus Calendar
Registration and Curricular Guideliness

Registration in a Subject

Any student who enrolls and pays the corresponding fees shall report and attend classes from the start of the classes. Failure to do so shall mean a grade of 9.0 (dropped) unless all subjects shall be officially dropped one day before First Examination Schedule through the Student Accounts Office and subjects shall be truncated.

Maximum Subject Load

The subject load is based on the approved curriculum of each program of study. Undergraduate students who are regularly employed for four hours or more a day are not permitted to carry more than 80% of the regular load. Those students working full time may carry a load of 12 units only.

Pre-requite Subject Regulation

Pre-requisite subjects are those that must be completed to qualify the students for enrollment in subsequent (and usually related) subjects. Students are not allowed to take advanced subjects without first finishing the pre-requisite subjects. If they do, the advance subject shall not be credited to them regardless of their performance in it.

Students, however, be allowed to simultaneously enroll in pre-requisite and advanced classes if the students have superior scholastic standing (in this case, a copy of the SPR must be attached to his Advising Form).

Cross Enrollment

The College Allows Cross-Enrollment to the other schools for the following reasons:

  • the desired subjects are not offered in the College during the term
  • the students intend to spend the summer term in his/her home or region and wishes to enroll in subjects while they are there.

Subjects taken in other schools by a regular student in the College are not credited unless the student has secured in advance written permission from the Program Head/Dean which shall be the basis for issuance of a cross-enrollment permit by the Registrar.

Excess Load for Graduating Students

A graduating student of non-board program may be permitted an additional load of not more than six (6) units in excess of the normal load in the curriculum.

A graduating student of board program (with licensure examination) is not permitted to have an overload.

A graduating student may, on a case to case basis, be allowed to take simultaneously two PE subjects. In the request, the student should indicate the following information;

  • reasons justifying his/her failure to take PE in the preceding semesters;
  • the student class schedule and the schedule of the request classes.
  • the endorsement of the Registrar with statement “graduation upon completion of load”.


Under term system, which the College adopts, the school calendar requires nine (9) weeks of classes from Monday to Saturdays (Saturdays fro library works, research and group activities).

Students are expected to attend classes regularly. Attendance is counted from the first regular class meeting.

Students who incur absences equivalent to more than 20% of the course hours required shall be dropped from enrolment provided he or she has not yet taken any examination.

Examinations and Grading System

  • Examinations
  • Students take four (4) examination every term. Examinations shall be taken only on scheduled dates except the Graduate School. Only students with valid permits for specific examination shall be allowed to take the examination.
  • Taking the examination at a later date may be allowed upon approval by the Dean after the student presents examination permit not later than seven (7) days after the scheduled examination missed by the student.
  • Student who miss all three (3) examinations shall be given a grade of 5.0 (failed). In the undergraduate program department examinations or Dean’s test may take place the final examination.

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