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Enrolment Schedule for Summer 2017

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  • I. Requests for SLOT extension and Late Offering

  • All requests for class slot extensions and late offerings must be coursed through the university registrar. Students who wish to be included in classes that are already full or Unlisted classes will have to apply at the university registrars office and seek approval from the office of the Academic Vice President
  • The university registrars office will start receiving requests for slot extensions on Apr 17, 2017. Requests for late offerings though may now be accepted.
  • II. Enrollment ADVISORY

    • Only professional courses are preloaded.
    • A student shall personally choose a schedule for a required core course that does not conflict with the schedules of his/her professional courses. Schedules of core and professional courses shall be viewed by all students two days before (4-5, Apr 2017) the start of the on-line enrollment (6 Apr 2017) in order to give all students ample time in choosing a core course‚Äôs schedule.
    • The student's payable amount is automatically recomputed every time a course is added or dropped. The total amount payable becomes final only after all the adding and dropping.
    • The capacity of our server has been adjusted to address the possible increase of log time during on-line enrollment period up until everybody is already familiar with the changes in the registration procedures. .

    III. Schedule of Enrolment for Summer 2017

      Date(s) Particulars
      Feb 24 - Mar 1 Pre-evaluation: record number of students who shall enroll for the summer
      Students should confer with their respective department chairs
      Mar 31 DEADLINE: Grade submission (for 2nd Sem, 2016-2017)
      Apr 1 - 5 Evaluation of Students
      Apr 5 6:00 pm Pre-enrollment procedures run (batch creation of registration) by MIS
      Apr 6 up to 10 am only Review of class lists generated by the pre-enrollment procedures
      Apr 6 - 12 Over the counter enrollment of returning students at their respective home departments
      Apr 6 1st day of accepting payments for Summer 2017
      Apr 6 (starting at 10:00 am) - Apr 7 4th and 5th Year - Online adding and dropping
      Apr 8 - Apr 11 2nd and 3rd Year - Online adding and dropping
      Apr 12 - Apr 11 All students - Online adding and dropping
      Apr 6 - Apr 12 ID validation of enrolled students at OSA
      Apr 16 Last Day of Bank Payments to be used for Finalization of Individual Student Registrations
      Apr 17 (Mon) Start of summer classes
      Apr 17 (12nn) Expiration of unpaid registration
      Apr 17 - 18 Over the counter (OTC) adding and dropping
      Late Enrollment
      Apr 19 (Wed) Merging and Dissolution of classes


    • The cancellation of unpaid registrations is scheduled at 12:00 PM, Monday Apr 17, 2017.
    • Unpaid registrations will be removed from class lists.

    V. Downpayments

    • Students are not required to pay downpayments to be able to add or drop subjects online. However, registrations will be tagged enrolled only upon receipt of the required donwpayment.

    What are the existing College Student Enrollment HOLDS?

    Student holds are the means by which different university offices prevent the creation of student reservations for lack of certain requirements. The existing student holds are as follows:

    1. Account Balance Hold - a hold coming from the finance office which requires students to pay their outstanding balances for the previous semester.
    2. QPI Hold - a type of hold which comes as a result of the student being unable to achieve the required annual QPI set by University Standards. A complete list of required QPIs can be found in the student manual. Students who wish to appeal their QPI holds may contact their respective departments.
    3. Unit Hold - a hold coming from the respective school unit to require students to contact their departments to fulfill certain requirements.
    4. OSA Hold - a hold coming from the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) to require students to contact the office to fulfill certain requirements.
    5. FYDP Hold - a hold coming from the FYDP office for certain requirements to be fulfilled by students previously taking FYDP classes.

    Understanding the College Student Enrollment Process

    Phases of Enrollment

    I. Pre Enrollment Phase

    1. Grade Submission - College Faculty Members submit Final Grades Online via the university AIS (Academic Information System) web site.
    2. Student Evaluation - Using the submitted grades, the Program Directors and Department Chairs evaluate the academic performance of their students according to University Standard Guidelines.
    3. Pre Enrollment Run - An automated process run by the University MIS Office to create the reservations of students who were successfully evaluated and are free of enrollment holds.

    II. Enrollment Proper

    1. Printing of Student Enrollment Reservations - Students using the university SIS (Student Information System) website retrieve and print their reservation lists.
    2. Online Adding and Dropping - Students who wish to add or drop subjects login to their respective SIS accounts and perform the desired adding and dropping.
    3. Payment - Students submit the required payment (downpayment or full payment) to the finance office or the accredited payment centers. Upon receipt of the payment, the finance office tags the student officially enrolled.

    III. Post Enrollment Proper

    1. Start of Semester Classes.
    2. Over the Counter Adding and Dropping - Students who still wish to change their enrollment lists will have to go to their respective departments to add or drop subjects. This process is done during the first week of semester classes.
    3. Late Enrollment - Students who have no reservations apply for late enrollment through their respective department offices. This process is also done during the first week of semester classes.

    Logging In to your SIS Account

    • Enter your student code. To determine your student code, remove the last digit in your barcode and get the last (6) six digit of the remaining code.
      Ex: If your barcode is 2200500612345C, Use 612345
    • For first year students, the default password is the entire characters of your ID. Please change your password immediately.

    Changing SIS Password

    • To change your SIS password, login to your account and click the "Edit My Profile" link on the left sidebar.
    • Enter your CURRENT password and fill-in the subsequent fields. Take note that the email address is a required field.
    • Click Save.