ADMISSION

Admission

Admission

Admission to the University is a privilege, not a right. The University reserves the right to enroll only students who meet its admission requirements and agree to comply with its scholastic standards and to abide by its rules and regulations. The University can refuse admission to any student for a sufficient ground, like dismissal from another school.

Enrollment in the collegiate level, unless otherwise changed, is understood to be for only one term (semester or summer), using the procedure for enrollment.

 

Freshmen

Proceed to the Guidance Center for the Entrance Examination.

  1. If you pass the examination, go to the Registrar's Office and fill up a Student Information Form (SIF) for your Student Number and submit the following:
    • Form 138.
    • Certification of Good Moral Character from your school of origin.
    • Result of Entrance Examination.
    • 3 Pictures (2X2).
  2. Proceed to the Dean's Office of the school chosen for advising.
  3. Fill up the Student Enrolment Form (SEF) and have it checked and approved by your adviser.
  4. Proceed to the MIS Department for assessment.
  5. Pay your tuition and other fees at the Treasurer's Office and only to tellers on duty.
  6. After payment of fees, proceed to the University Studio for the Student ID.
  7. To apply for a library ID, go to the Arsenio P. Dizon Research Center (MLQU Main Library).
Transferee

Transferee

  1. Go to the Dean's Office of the school of your choice for interview.
  2. If you pass the interview, proceed to the Admission Office for the entrance examination.
  3. If you pass the examination, go to the Registrar's Office and fill up Student Information Form (SIF) for your Student Number and submit the following:
    • ) Honorable Dismissal or Transfer Credentials from your school of origin;
    • ) Certification of Good Moral Character from the aforementioned school;
    • ) Scholastic Records for evaluation purposes;
    • ) 3 Pictures (2X2).

Note: Steps 4 to 8 are the same as for Freshmen.

Foreign Students

Foreign Students

The admission of Foreign students is subject to existing regulations of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and other requirements hereinafter provided.

  1. A foreign student will be admitted for enrolment only upon presentation of a Student Visa (9-F Visa) which comprises the following documents:
    • ) Letter of Acceptance from the school of his/her choice;
    • ) Five (5) copies of the 1998 Revised Original Personal History Statement (PHS), duly accomplished and signed by the applicant in English and in national alphabet, accompanied by personal seal, if any, original left and right hand prints on PHS and original photos;
    • ) Transcript of Records/Scholastic Records duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate in the applicant's country of origin or legal residence. "Seen and Noted" stamp is not acceptable;
    • ) A notarized affidavit of Support and proof of adequate financial support to cover expenses for student's accommodation and subsistence, school dues and other Incidental expenses;
    • ) Xerox copy of Passport pages where name, photo, birthdate and birthplace appear.
  2. Foreign students coming from non-English speaking countries are required to take special courses in English for proficiency in the language which is the medium of instruction in this University.
  3. Foreign students have to pay the Acceptance and Foreign Students fee as per DECS Order No. 24 s. 1989.
Graduate Students and Government Employees

Graduate Students and Government Employees

  1. Go to the Registrar's Office for your Student Number and ID Card Form and Submit the following:
    • If you are enrolling in a Masters program, a copy of the transcript of records of your bachelor's degree which indicates the SO (Special Order) number for that degree. If you are enrolling in a doctoral program, a copy of the transcript of records of your Masters degree with the SO number clearly indicated.
    • Government employees, including teachers, are required to submit a Permit to Study from their immediate superiors.

Follow Steps 3 to 8 of the enrollment procedure for freshmen.