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11.1 Since SPAMAST is a state college, the student's educational expenses are partly borne by the State. The College charges a fixed amount per unit course. Laboratory fees vary according to the laboratory course.

11.2 Students pay other fees like registration, entrance fee, library, medical, dental, athletic, ID, student handbook, test paper, guidance, cultural fee, audio-visual fee, psychological, testing fee, student affairs services, maintenance, laboratories, developmental fee, student government, student publication and MASCUF fee.

Note: Information regarding tuition and special fees may be secured from the Accounting Office prior to and during the enrollment period.

11.3 Normally the mode of payment of tuition and miscellaneous fees shall be as follows: enrollment period -50%; midterm examination period-25% and final examination period-25%.

11.4 Students who are granted honorable dismissal or leave of absence, or voluntary withdrawal from the College shall be entitled to a refund of their tuition only in accordance with the following schedule:

11.4.1 Within one week from the opening of semester classes (or 2 days from the opening of summer classes) - 70%;

11.4.2 Within two weeks from opening of semester classes (or 3 days from opening of summer classes) - 50%;

11.4.3 within the third week from opening of semester classes - 30%;

10.4.4 within fourth week from the opening of semester classes–20%.

11.5 In the case of students who withdraw before the opening of classes, the refund of tuition, which shall be made in accordance with the schedule, shall be counted from the actual date of registration.

11.6 In the case of dissolution of a class or the death of a student during the semester, the corresponding tuition may be refunded.

11.7 Students who request for refund of tuition fees shall secure recommendation from the chairman of the Department and the Dean of the College and the final approval of the VP-Academic Affairs.

11.8 The schedule of examinations as specified in the College calendar for the school year shall be observed unless otherwise changed to another date authorized by the VP for Academic Affairs.

11.9 The maximum period for each final examination shall be two (2) hours.

11.1 Since SPAMAST is a state college, the student's educational expenses are partly borne by the State. The College charges a fixed amount per unit course. Laboratory fees vary according to the laboratory course.

11.2 Students pay other fees like registration, entrance fee, library, medical, dental, athletic, ID, student handbook, test paper, guidance, cultural fee, audio-visual fee, psychological, testing fee, student affairs services, maintenance, laboratories, developmental fee, student government, student publication and MASCUF fee.

Note: Information regarding tuition and special fees may be secured from the Accounting Office prior to and during the enrollment period.

11.3 Normally the mode of payment of tuition and miscellaneous fees shall be as follows: enrollment period -50%; midterm examination period-25% and final examination period-25%.

11.4 Students who are granted honorable dismissal or leave of absence, or voluntary withdrawal from the College shall be entitled to a refund of their tuition only in accordance with the following schedule:

11.4.1 Within one week from the opening of semester classes (or 2 days from the opening of summer classes) - 70%;

11.4.2 Within two weeks from opening of semester classes (or 3 days from opening of summer classes) - 50%;

11.4.3 within the third week from opening of semester classes - 30%;

10.4.4 within fourth week from the opening of semester classes–20%.

11.5 In the case of students who withdraw before the opening of classes, the refund of tuition, which shall be made in accordance with the schedule, shall be counted from the actual date of registration.

11.6 In the case of dissolution of a class or the death of a student during the semester, the corresponding tuition may be refunded.

11.7 Students who request for refund of tuition fees shall secure recommendation from the chairman of the Department and the Dean of the College and the final approval of the VP-Academic Affairs.

11.8 The schedule of examinations as specified in the College calendar for the school year shall be observed unless otherwise changed to another date authorized by the VP for Academic Affairs.

11.9 The maximum period for each final examination shall be two (2) hours.

10.1 A special class maybe done for students who requested to carry loads which are not offered on the current semester they are enrolled. The following are the mechanics:

10.1.1. Student(s) shall make a written request to the Department Chairman for the offering of identified subjects for special class, before classes begins;

10.1.2. At least fifteen (15) students shall constitute one special class offering, requester below 15 students shall pay school fees equivalent to 15 heads in the undergraduate programs and the required miscellaneous and laboratory fees when necessary. The maximum number of students is forty five (45);

10.1.3. The Department Chairman endorses the request and recommends to the Dean at least two (2) faculty members who will handle the subjects together with the schedule of classes;

10.1.4. The Dean endorses the request and recommends to the VPAA;

10.1.5. The VPAA recommends approval of the request to the College President;

10.1.6. The President approves the request and the faculty member who will handle special classes shall be notified through the Dean of College. The Dean of College shall require submission of syllabus by the faculty who will be handling the subject.

10.2 Special classes shall be conducted beyond office hours as approved by the President through VPAA.

9.1 A validation of subject is given to an admitted undergraduate transferee student. He/ she must validate all the subjects he/she is offering for advanced credits. His/Her admission shall be on probationary basis until such time as he/she shall have validated or repeated, in accordance with this rule on validation of subjects which are required for his/her program. The student shall not be allowed to enroll in a subject or subjects, the prerequisites of which, taken elsewhere, have not yet been validated or repeated in this college.

9.2 Application for advanced credit of subjects shall be made on the prescribed form available from the registrar.

9.3 A validating test shall be held in the department upon payment of a required fee per subject.

9.4 No substitution shall be allowed for major and mandated subjects prescribed in the curriculum in which the student has failed, except when, in the opinion of the College Dean offering the prescribed subject, the proposed substitute subject is substantially similar in subject matter to the required subject.

9.5 Substitution of subjects may be authorized in any one of the following cases:

9.5.1 A curriculum has been superseded by a new one and the substitution tends to bring the old curriculum in line with the new one. However, in case, of curricular revision, the student follows the curriculum he/she was enrolled in while in the first year;

9.5.2 There is conflict of schedule between required subjects;

9.5.3 The required subject is not offered.

9.6 Petition for substitution should:

9.6.1 Involve subjects within the same department if possible; if not, the proposed substitute must be allied to the one being substituted;

9.6.2 Be between subjects of the same number of units.

9.6.3 Be recommended by the Department chairman and the College Dean during the registration period or before the opening of classes;

  1. Be acted upon by the VP for Academic Affairs. In case the petition is disapproved, the student may appeal to the President whose decision on the matter is final.

8.1 Transfer to another class may be allowed only with the approval of the College Dean, who shall advice the Registrar's Office for proper recording.

8.2 Adding and dropping of subjects are permitted ten (10) working days after regular classes have been held and two days during summer for the following reasons:

8.2.1 conflict of schedule;

8.2.2 change of course;

8.2.3 subject is dissolved;

8.2.4 pre-request subject is failed and

8.2.5 contingencies such as cutting down on the number of units, employment and other reasons provided that the Department Chairman approves.

8.3 A student who add or drop a subject shall fill out the necessary application form with the Registrar’s Office. However, any student who drops a subject after the adding or dropping of subjects schedule shall have his/her registration privileges cut or entirely withdrawn.

8.4 Furthermore, if the subject is dropped after midterm, the student shall automatically receive a failing grade.

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