Admission Policies

                   The University admits or re-admits students who meet the admission requirements. The University implements open admission to all new entrants (freshmen/transfer students) except applicants for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Accountancy who shall satisfy the basic requirements for enrollment in these programs.

Except transfer students from within the system, freshmen and new entrants must take the University Admission Test.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

a. Freshmen Students

a.1. Report Card (Form 138)

a.2. Certificate of Good Moral Character

a.3. University Admission Test Result

a.4. Two (2) copies of 2×2 ID Picture

a.5. Certificate of Physical/Medical Examination

a.6. NSO Authenticated copy of Birth Certificate

a.7. Other requirements prescribed by the College/ Department, CHED, PRC as deemed necessary.

a.8. National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE)

 

b. Graduate Students

b.1. Original Transcript of Records

b.2. The entry requirements in the Doctoral and masters Degrees are appropriate master and baccalaureate degrees respectively. An Applicant with General Weighted Average (G.W.A.) of 2.0 or its equivalent with no failing grade in both levels and from recognized institutions shall be admitted to any of the graduate programs offered.

b.3. Applicants to the graduate programs who do not meet the minimum grade requirement shall be accepted on a probationary period of one term and shall carry a maximum load of nine units, but not less than six units.

b.4. A student shall be accorded regular status in the succeeding term provided that he maintains a GWA of 2.0 or higher

b.5. Applicants may be required to take up additional enrichment courses at the Undergraduate level (for master’s applicants) and at the Master’s level (for Doctoral degree applicants), to be determined by the Dean of the College or the Department/ Program Chair, as may be deemed necessary in the pursuit of the chosen field of study.

 

c. High School Students

c.1. Entrance Test Result

c.2. Report Card

c.3. Certificate of Physical Examination

 

d. Foreign Students

 A foreign applicant may be admitted to the freshmen class if he meets the following:

d.1 Pass the University Admission Test/College Admission Test.

d.2. Submit the following valid credentials:

a) Student Visa

b) Two (2) copies of 2×2 colored ID picture

c) Student permit-certification from the embassy of eligibility to study in the Philippines

d) Two (2) copies of affidavit of support or certification from the reputable bank in the application country about his capability to finance travel, educational, personal and other expenses that are expected to be incurred while staying in the Philippines.

e) Authenticated copy of birth certificate

f) Certificate of completion of a secondary curriculum or its equivalent

g) Certificate of good moral character issued by the last school attended

h) Security clearance from the embassy

i) Alien certificate of Registration (ACR)

j) Statement of personal History

k) Applicant from non-native English speaking country will be admitted if its English Proficiency test score in the Test English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) is equivalent to 550 or have an International English language Testing Systems (IELTS) test result equivalent to

l) Medical certificate and dug test result

m) Approved application for admission

n) Payment of a non-refundable application fee based on a memorandum of Agreement (MOA) entered into by both parties.

d.3. Pass the requirements set by the concerned college

d.4. Meet all the requirements prescribed by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)

d.5. For transfer students, the following are the additional requirements:

a. Official Transcript of Records or Original Scholastic Records/credentials showing all the subjects taken from the previous school attended

b. Honorable Dismissal

c. Validation of subjects taken from other institutions

d. A notice of acceptance shall be issued to the student applicant upon completion and submission of all requirements

d.6. Arrangement in taking admission test shall be made two (2) months before the start of a semester/term in coordination with the Testing Unit of the Office of Student Services

d.7. The University shall implement the policies, rules and regulations as embodied in executive Order No. 285 9entry and Re-entry of Foreign Students)

 

e. Transfer Students

e.1. Incoming Transfer Students

    A transfer student from another institution may be admitted to the University upon compliance of the      requirements as follows:

a) He must not have incurred more tan 2 failing marks and/or 3 conditional grades from his previous institution

1) The applicant must submit the following:

(a) Official Transcript of Records (TOR) or Certified True Copy of Grades

(b) Certificate of Honorable Dismissal

(c) Certificate of Good Moral Character from the last school attended

(d) University Admission Test result (except those coming from other campuses)

(e) Two (2) copies of 2×2 pictures

(f) Validated subjects (for students coming from private institutions)

(g) Birth Certificate

(h) Certificate of Physical or Medical Test, and other requirements set by the University

Admission of New Students, Transferees and Continuing Students

Schedule of Availability of Service

  • Monday to Friday
  • 8:00am – 5:00pm

Who may avail of the Service:

  • ISU Students

What are the requirements:

For Freshmen                     :   High School Report Card and/or Form 137; Birth Certificate (NSO); Good Moral Character; and duly accomplished Admission Form

For Transferee Students :    Transfer Credentials; Birth Certificate (NSO); Certificate of Good Moral Character; and duly accomplished Admission Form

      Old Students                 :    Certification of Grades and duly accomplished Pre-enrollment Form

Duration :    Three (3) minutes

How to avail of the Service:

Step Applicant/Client  Office Activity Duration of Activity Person In-Charge
1 Submission of  required documents Receipt and evaluation the documents/credentials 3 minutes Fely T. Corpuz

Julie F. Espinosa

    End of Transaction (REGISTRAR)    

 

Registration of New Freshman/Transferees and Continuing Students

Schedule of Availability of Service

  • Monday to Friday
  • 8:00am – 5:00pm

Who may avail of the Service:

  • Incoming Freshman/Transferees/Continuing Students

What are the requirements:

  • Duly accomplished Admission Form; Pre-Registration; and Official Receipt

Duration               :  Twenty two (22) minutes

How to avail of the service:

Step Applicant/Client Office Activity Duration of Activity Person In-Charge
1 Registration of new freshman Encode/counterchecks the subjects to be enrolled, assess fee and print 1 minute per student (for new freshman students) Fely T. Corpuz

Julie F. Espinosa

2 Registration of incoming transferees, continuing students (regular and irregular) shall present the pre-registration form signed by the registration adviser Encode/countercheck subjects to be enrolled, assess fee and print 1 minute per regular student

20 minutes per student for transferees and continuing irregular students

Fely T. Corpuz

Julie F. Espinosa

3 Payment of assessed fee at the Cashier’s Office Receive payment of fee and issue Official Receipt 2 minutes per student Fely T. Corpuz

Julie F. Espinosa

Lady Baby M. Sol

Reynaldo M. Brutas

    End of Transaction (Registrar & Cashier)