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21.1 A candidate for graduation shall file his/her application for graduation with the

Registrar’s Office at the start of the last semester.

21.2 A student shall be recommended for graduation when he/she:

21.2.1 Has satisfied all academic requirements;

21.2.2. Completed his/her On-the Job Training (OJT);

21.2.3 Passed the four (4) units Comprehensive Review to Board Program Curriculum (for programs with board examination only); and

21.2.4 Complied all other requirements prescribed by the College.

21.3 No student shall be allowed to graduate from the College unless he/she has earned there in more than 50% of the academic units required in his/her curriculum.

21.4 A candidate for graduation shall have his/her deficiencies made up and his/her record cleared not later than two weeks before the end of his last semester.

21.5 No student shall be issued a diploma and a transcript of records unless he/she has been cleared of all accountabilities.

STUDENT SERVICES

The ultimate goal of the Office of the Student Services is to develop skills, attitudes, interests, and work habits of a student so that (s) he will be academically and socially competent. It also aimed to develop students physically, emotionally, morally, socially, and psychologically.

20.1 The College Dean, in close coordination with the Registrar’s Office, shall recommend a student who completes his baccalaureate and diploma course with any of the following weighted average to be graduated with honors:

20.1.1 Suma cum Laude-------------1.24 to 1.00

20.1.2 Magna cum Laude-----------1.49 to 1.25

20.1.3 Cum Laude---------------------1.75 to 1.50

20.2 The guidelines on graduation with honors shall be as follows:

20.2.1 Only final grades shall be considered in the computation of the general average.

20.2.2 A student's final grades during his last school term shall be submitted 30- days before the graduation.

20.2.3 in the computation of the final averages of a candidate for graduation with honors, grades in all accredited academic subjects in the curriculum shall be included.

20.2.4 Every candidate for graduation with honors must:

20.2.4.1 Have carried the normal load prescribed in his/her curriculum, except in the last semester;

20.2.4.2 Have completed in the College at least 75% of the total number of the academic units for baccalaureate and 50% of the total number of academic units for diploma courses required for graduation;

20.2.4.3 Have been in residence for at least two (2) years for baccalaureate and one (1) year for diploma courses immediately prior to graduation;

20.2.4.4 Have no final grade lower than 2.0 and / or Incomplete in any academic subject whether prescribed or not in his/her curriculum which he/she has taken in the College, or in any other educational institution;

20.2.4.5 Have no failing grade in any academic and non-academic subjects prescribed in his/her curriculum which he/she has taken in the College or in any other educational institution;

20.2.4.6. Have not repeated a subject in other educational institution.

20.3 In case nobody qualifies for graduation with honors, HIGHEST DISTINCTION AWARD shall be granted to any graduating student who obtains the first highest weighted average grade among the graduating class provided that the weighted average grade is not less than 2.0

Additional Rules

20.4 All the grades in all subjects prescribed in the curriculum, as well as subjects that qualify as electives, shall be included in the computation of the grade point average.

20.5 In the computation of the final average of candidates for graduation with honors, only resident credits shall be included.

20.6 Leadership Award is given to any graduating student who has exhibited an outstanding manner of leadership ideals set by the college for its students. The recipient of a Leadership Award must have a cumulative weighted average grade of at least 2.50,must have taken at least 75% of required units for graduation in the college and must nothave been found guilty of a serious infraction of college disciplinary rules.

20.7 Department Award is given to a student in his/her respective department who excels in academics, leadership, service and social involvement. The recipient of a Department Award must have a cumulative weighted average grade of at least 2.50, must have taken at least 75% of required units for graduation in the college and must not have been found guilty of a serious infraction of college disciplinary rules.

20.8 Club/organization Award is given to any registered school clubs/organizations which proved to be outstanding in their respective thrusts and areas of concern (co-curricular, spiritual, social awareness and involvement).

20.20 Other Awards are also given to any graduating students who have shown his/her exemplary performance in their respective fields.

  1. 21 the awards committee shall take charge of the screening and evaluation of all the awards and shall recommend qualified students to the President for final approval.

19.1To obtain bachelor’s degree, a student must take his/her last two (2) years of academic work and at least fifty percent (50%) of academic credits for diploma courses in the college; otherwise, he/she shall not be readmitted into the college in which he/she is enrolled.

19.2 In case a student is officially given permission for leave of absence, the leave shall not be included in the computation of tenure.

19.3 Any student intended to take leave of absence exceeding one semester shall file a written petition with the College Dean, stating there in the reason for the leave. If the leave exceeds one academic year, he/she shall loose his/her status as student in residence.

19.4 Any student who withdraws from the College without a formal leave of absence shall apply for readmission as a new student.

19.5 An Honorable Dismissal is issued by the Registrar’s Office to a student who voluntarily withdraws from the College for purposes of transferring to another school.

19.6 Any student applying for an Honorable Dismissal shall be cleared of all accountabilities before a certificate is issued to him/her.

19.7 Any student who leaves the College for reasons of expulsion, dropping due to disciplinary action or suspension shall not be entitled to an Honorable Dismissal.

19.8 Any student who was issued Honorable Dismissal cannot be readmitted in the College….there must be other provisions……..

18.1 All students are required to complete two semesters of the National Service Training Program (NSTP), in any of the following components: Basic Military Training (revised Reserve Officer Training Corps or ROTC), Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS), or Literacy Training Service (LTS) unless said student has been duly granted permission to defer the taking of the courses by the authorities concerned.

18.2 Students shall comply with this requirement within their first two years of residence in the college or immediately thereafter. The successful completion of the NSTP is a prerequisite for graduation.

18.3 Students taking Basic Military Training must coordinate with NSTP coordinator for registration in other school.

18.4 All students are required to take eight (8) units of physical education during their first two years in the college unless said student has been duly granted permission to defer the taking of the courses by the authorities concerned.

17.1. The Registrar’s Office follows the official school calendar for the deadline of the submission of grades that the proper authority of the college periodically issues;

17.2. Students are enjoined to periodically check with the Registrar’s office through the class cards received or evaluation form available from the department whether or not their grades taken for the semester have been given.

17.3 Students who do not have grades are expected to immediately inform their professors or teachers and the Registrar’s Office regarding the matter.

17.4 The student concerned is enjoined to take full responsibility of the Incomplete (INC) received and he/she is directed to immediately coordinate with the faculty about the mark/s given.

17.5 The Registrar’s Office for a fixed period of one (1) year or two semesters allows the student to settle with the proper authorities the INCOMPLETE mark that he/she has received. The one (1) year period starts from the submission of the final grade for the semester due.

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