ADMISSION OF STUDENTS

 I. IN-COMING FRESHMEN

  • Form 138 for High School graduates.
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character.
  • National Career Assessment Examination.
  • Medical Certificate (for medical and health sciences) students only.
  • Birth Certificate – NSO – authenticated or SECPA
  • Marriage Contract from the NSO if married.
  • 2 pieces 2x2 picture with collar.
  • Result of the College Admission Examination.

For the Office of the Guidance Counselor:

  • One (1) long folder
  • photocopy of the High School Card
  • 1 piece 2x2 picture with collar

Submit to the Disciplinary Officer the following requirements:

  • Code of Discipline
  • 2 pieces 2x2 picture with collar.

 

II. TRANSFEREES

  • Honorable Dismissal with informative copy of the Transcript of Record for purposes of evaluation.
  • Medical Certificate for Medical students only.
  • Birth Certificate – NSO – authenticated or SECPA
  • Marriage Contract from the NSO if married.
  • 2 pieces 2x2 picture with collar.
  • Result of the College Admission Examination

For the Office of the Guidance Counselor:

  • One (1) long folder
  • photocopy of the High School Card
  • 1 piece 2x2 picture with collar

Submit to the Disciplinary Officer the following requirements:

  • Code of Discipline
  • 2 pieces 2x2 picture with collar.

 

III. OLD STUDENTS

Duly accomplished clearance. (Duly signed by all the signatories and must be specifically cleared by the Business Office proving among others that the student is free from all his / her financial accountability with the College).

Grades of all the subjects taken from the previous semester.


 

ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES

 

In-coming freshman, transferees and second courser

  • REGISTRAR’S OFFICE (for evaluation)
  • DEANS OFFICE (scheduling of admission test and interview and to secure advisement form)
  • DMC HOSPITAL (physical exam)
  • REGISTRAR’S OFFICE (submission of requirements and present advisement form to the Encoder for pre-registration)
  • DEAN’S OFFICE (signature)
  • GUIDANCE COUNSELOR (signature)
  • ROTC OFFICE (signature) 
  • REGISTRAR’S OFFICE (approval)
  • ACCOUNTING OFFICE (assessment of payment)
  • DENTAL CLINIC (health & nutritional assessment)
  • REGISTRAR’S OFFICE (releasing of course cards

Old students

  • DEAN/COORDINATOR OF COLLEGE (to secure advisement form)
  • REGISTRAR’S OFFICE (to submit clearance and present advisement form to the Encoder for pre-registration)
  • DEAN’S OFFICE (for signature)
  • GUIDANCE COUNSELOR (for signature)
  • REGISTRAR’S OFFICE (for approval)
  • ACCOUNTING OFFICE (for assessment of payment)
  • DENTAL CLINIC (for health and nutritional assessment)
  • REGISTRAR’S OFFICE (for releasing of course cards)

 

A. GENERAL ADMISSION POLICY OF THE COLLEGE

Those who qualify on the basis of this requirement shall submit their Form 138 (High School Report Card) and other requirements that may be necessary such as Birth Certificate, Certification of Good Moral Character, and others that may be called for.

Any student who fails to present the requisite Admission requirements must pay the thirty percent (30%) of the semestral fee imposed for the course in which the student intends to enroll.

 

B. ADMISSION OF FOREIGN STUDENTS

Foreign students must satisfy the entrance requirements prescribed for the courses they want to take. They shall have obtained their previous training in institutions of recognized standing. Even then, they will be admitted only if there are still unfilled slots in the college of their choice. Foreign students desiring to enroll in any college must first obtain a clearance from the Department of Education and should apply for admission with the Office of the Dean. They should send their Transcript of Records or other credentials pertinent to their educational background for evaluation purposes. Moreover, they should wait for a reply from the Dean before working in their travel papers.

In addition to the conditions for admission of a foreign student into any degree program provided by law and the policies and rules of the Commission, it must be shown that the foreign student has the means sufficient to support his education or study in the Philippines (Section 82, CHED, Manual of Regulations for Private Higher Education).

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT:

A copy of the Certificate of Eligibility for Admission (CEA) together with the Certificate of Acceptance from the College Registrar will be sent to the applicant. In accordance with the regulations set forth by CHED and other agencies supervising foreign students, no foreign student shall be allowed to enroll unless he can submit a valid permit to study, verified Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) and a student visa before the Office of the Registrar & Director of Admissions.

It is also a must for foreign students to present the Transcript of Records including the course description of the subjects taken including the number of hours completed and the grades of each subject area. These documents must be sent directly to DMC CF in a school sealed envelope.

For Philippine Resident Alien Students

Philippine resident alien students must submit before the Office of the Registrar and Director of Admissions, three (3) photocopied copies of their Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) with the original copy of the same for verification.

For Naturalized Filipino Citizens

Naturalized Filipino citizens must submit a copy of their Identification Certificate issued and authenticated by the Commissioner of Immigration.

 

C. ADMISSION TO THE COLLEGE OF LAW

The following are the additional requirements for the enrollment in a regular law course.

Any student who wishes to enroll in the Bachelor of Law program must be a graduate of any baccalaureate degree with the following minimum subject group requirements:

  • ENGLISH – 12 units
  • MATHEMATICS – 6 Units
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE – 18 units

The student applicant must also submit Form C – 1 (Certificate of Eligibility for the Admission of the College of Law) as prescribed by the Supreme Court of the Philippines, to serve as certificate of eligibility for a student to enroll in the College of Law. It shall be sought and obtained from the region where the student has graduated his baccalaureate degree. (See College of Law)---link

 

D. ADMISSION FOR THE GRADUATE SCHOOL

Students desiring to take up graduate studies are advised to inquire at the Office of the Graduate School regarding the graduate programs and their academic requirements so as to facilitate admission.

The admission requirements of the Graduate School are as follows:

  • 2 pieces 2x2 picture
  • Honorable Dismissal
  • Informative copy of the Transcript of Records
  • Birth Certificate (NSO authenticated)
  • If married, Marriage Contract ( NSO authenticated)

 

ACADEMIC LOAD

(2) No undergraduate student shall be allowed to take more than the number of units prescribed in the curriculum for the semester. However, a graduating student may be allowed additional load of two (2) subjects which is equivalent to six (6) units regardless of the number of units for the second semester of the last year of the course.

The Dean, however, has the discretion to limit the load of students based on the evaluation of the intellectual capacity and / or other peculiar circumstances that will allow highly exceptional students to carry three (3) more units beyond the maximum load, provided that the latter case shall be subject to the approval of the Commission on Higher Education.

As a general rule, a student shall not be permitted to take any advanced courses until he has satisfactorily passed the pre requisite courses. However, a student may be allowed to simultaneously enroll in pre – requisite and advanced classes under the conditions as follows:

  • when the pre –requisite is a repeated courses;
  • when the student has superior scholastic standing;
  • when the student is graduating at the end of the school term;
  • when it is approved by the Dean or any authorized academic official.

Exceptional students may be permitted to take such additional advanced courses as overload, including the summer session, as the appropriate school official may determine, based upon the previous academic performance of the student and other evidence of educational measurement. (Section 91, Art. XIX, Manual of Regulations for Private Higher Education).

Cross-Enrollment is discouraged and shall be subject to institutional policies, rules and regulations (Section 93, Art. XIX Manual of Regulations for Private Higher Education).


GRADING SYSTEM

The performance of an undergraduate student enrolled in the College shall be reported to the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) at the end of each semester.

  • 1.0 - 95 & above 2.1 - 84
  • 1.1 - 94 2.2 - 83
  • 1.2 - 93 2.3 - 82
  • 1.3 - 92 2.4 - 81
  • 1.4 - 91 2.5 - 80
  • 1.5 - 90 2.6 - 79
  • 1.6 - 89 2.7 - 78
  • 1.7 - 88 2.8 - 77
  • 1.8 - 87 2.9 - 76
  • 1.9 - 86 3.0 - 75
  • 2.0 - 85 5.0 - Failing Mark

Copies of the grades will be sent to the parents at the end of the second semester of the school year. However, if the parent (s) would like to know the performance of his/their child during the first semester the parent (s) must send a letter to the Office of the Registrar and Director of Admissions requesting the same which will be acted upon by the office within three (3) working days from receipt.


 

EXAMINATION AND GRANTING SYSTEM

(4) Talking during examination, possession of text books or notes of any kind, receiving information or other attempts of communication and other personal effects unless authorized shall render the offender liable for dismissal from the College. But in no case shall the student be allowed to go out of the classroom during examination unless for emergency reasons. However, for reasons of personal necessity, the student may be allowed to go to the rest room but must be accompanied by the Disciplinary Officer assigned in the post.

(6) An instructor has no obligation to give a special examination to any student who fails to take the examination as scheduled regardless of the reason except upon written request approved by the dean of the college.

(7) Open accounts warrant non – release of examination results. Students with open accounts will have a grade of 5.0. Their grades will only be changed after they can validly present their receipt as well as their Clearance proving among others that they are free from any financial obligation to the College. The instructor concerned will then obtain from the Office of the Registrar & Director of Admissions the Final Grade Correction Form and change the grade from 5.0 to a passing mark.


SCHOLARSHIP AND SCHOLASTIC STANDING

 A. COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

1. Students who graduate as Valedictorian from recognized private & public high schools are awarded Full College Scholarship with free tuition and miscellaneous fees for two semesters.
2. Students who graduate as Salutatorian from recognized private and public high schools are awarded Semi – Full College Scholarship with free tuition fee and a 75% discount on miscellaneous fees for two semesters.
3. Students who graduate as First Honorable Mention from recognized private and public high schools are awarded Semi – Full College Scholarship with free tuition fee and a 50% discount on miscellaneous fees for two semesters. (Board Resolution # 13, series of 2008).
Provided that these students must present a Certificate of Recognition from the Department of Education or a certification coming from the Principal of the school where the student has graduated that he has been given such recognition.
4. Graduates from the Special Education Center (SpEd) specifically the Fast Learners shall automatically avail the Semi – Full scholarship with 50% tuition and miscellaneous fees for 1 school year.
5. Family Scholarship – a 100% discount on tuition fee is given to the third enrollee with the lowest tuition fee to members of the same family (parents / siblings only) enrolling at DMC.

B. ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

Academic Scholars must apply in the Registrar’s Office to avail of the tuition fee discount. Jose P. Rizal Academic Scholars are no longer required to apply for tuition fee reduction.

In the case of Academic Scholars it is required that they must carry the normal load required for the semester of the course in which they are enrolled. To qualify as Jose P. Rizal Academic Scholars they are required to carry an academic load of at least eighteen (18) units.

In both cases it is a requisite that the student does not incur a grade below 2.0 in all subject areas. Second Coursers can also be given recognition provided that they must conform to the provisions set forth.

The names of graduating students who are academic awardees will be included in the recognition program and their certificates of recognition will be given to them during the ceremony. Undergraduate Academic Scholars and Jose P. Rizal Academic awardees will obtain their certificates of recognition from the Registrar’s Office.

C. SPORTS SCHOLARSHIP

The college will grant a one hundred percent (100%) discount on tuition fee only for a maximum of twenty – one (21) units load every semester and nine (9) units load for the Summer Term provided that the grantee must conform to the following conditions:

Maintain a grade of at least eighty percent (80%) in all the subjects enrolled during the previous semester.

If the grantee fails to meet the conditions stipulated above, the breakdown of benefits will be as follows:

a.1. 1subject failure = 90% tuition fee reduction
a.2. 2 subjects failed = 80% tuition fee reduction
a.3. 3 subjects failed = 70% tuition fee reduction
a.4. 4 subjects failed = no renewal of the contract

b. Show cooperation, diligence and efficiency in the assigned work.
c. Attend monthly meetings and all other meetings called by the head.
d. Must not be involved in any vices such as the use of illegal and prohibited drugs, engage himself as a change smoker, become habitual drunkard etc.
e. Maintain satisfactory behavior as defined in the Student’s Handbook and as much as possible set himself as a model for other students.
f. Keep himself from becoming an active member / officer of any school organization or participate in any school activities if such membership / position or participation will jeopardize his obligation as a varsity player.

D. DOROTEA CONCHA TUITION FEE SUBSIDY PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS

The Dorotea Concha Tuition Fee Subsidy Program will grant a ten percent (10%) discount on the tuition fee of students who are children of bona fide teachers of Philippine Public and Private Schools. Dorotea Concha was a public school teacher and the mother of DMC CF’s president, Atty. Alberto P. Concha.

The tuition fee subsidy can also be availed of by only one child of each public / private school teacher. This is also applicable to bona fide teachers of Philippine Public and Private Schools who enroll at DMC CF as second coursers.

To avail of this discount, the applicant must submit the following requirements: Certificate of Employment, Photocopies of PRC ID and latest payroll.

For private school teacher, the applicant must submit a certification of the principal or the Administrator of the private school.

E. RALPH T. CONCHA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Ralph T. Concha Memorial Scholarship is given to sons and daughters of DMC, DMC CFI as well as Concha Group of Companies regular employees according to the following schedules:

Sons and daughters of DMC CF employees with ten (10) years or more in service are given the privilege of free tuition fees.

Sons and daughters of Concha Group of Companies employees with ten (10) years or more in service are given the privilege of fifty percent (50%) reduction in tuition fees.

However, a student must maintain a GPA of 2.50 so that he / she can continue to avail of such scholarship.

Sons and daughters DMC / DMC College Foundation employees with five (5) years or more in service will enjoy a fifty percent (50%) and twenty – five percent (25%) discount for Concha Group of Companies on tuition fees but the student must maintain an average of at least 2.50.

Children of all other employees are entitled a twenty – five percent (25%) discount but must maintain a GPA of at least 2.50.

This scholarship may be availed of only for the regular duration of the course taken. No discount shall be given to overstaying scholars. The reduction is not applicable to miscellaneous, other fees, review or board fees.

This scholarship may be granted subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees and subject to such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon provided however that the same shall only be extended on an annual basis and only during the duration of the course.

F. ALBERTO P. CONCHA PNP – AFP TUITION FEE SUBSIDY

The Alberto P. Concha PNP-AFP Tuition Subsidy aids some members or children of members of the PNP-AFP to obtain a degree for the promotion of their profession and to give ordinary members a chance to rise in the ranks.

This subsidy is granted to the members of the PNP / PA whose children are not enrolled in the program shall be given a fifty percent (50%) reduction in the tuition fee provided that the applicant will stay at least four (4) semesters. Otherwise, the tuition fee reduction given to the applicant will be charged against him.

For the first child of PNP / PA member – a twenty percent (20%) reduction on the tuition fee will be given to the applicant but he must stay for at least eight (8) semesters with the College otherwise, the reduction of tuition fee that has been enjoyed by the applicant will be charged against him ordering the applicant to pay the entire tuition fee or a 100% in tuition fee.

For the second child of the PNP / PA member - a thirty percent (30%) reduction on the tuition fee will be given to the applicant but he must stay for at least eight (8) semesters with the College otherwise, the reduction of tuition fee that has been enjoyed by the applicant will be charged against him ordering the applicant to pay the entire tuition fee or a 100% in tuition fee.

For the third of PNP / PA member – a hundred percent (100%) in tuition will be given to the applicant but he must stay for at least eight (8) semesters or the entire fee will be charged against him.

This scholarship is not only applicable to Bachelor of Science in Criminology. Other courses such as: Master in Public Administration, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship, BSBA Marketing Management, BS Radiologic Technology, Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science (formerly BS Medical Technology), Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication can avail of this scholarship.

This subsidy is granted to the members of the PNP / PA whose children are not enrolled in any of the programs as above mentioned shall be given a fifty percent (50%) reduction in the tuition fee provided that the applicant will stay at least four (4) semesters. Otherwise, the tuition fee reduction given to the applicant will be charged against him.

For the first child of PNP / PA member – a twenty percent (20%) reduction on the tuition fee will be given to the applicant but he must stay for at least eight (8) semesters in the College. Otherwise, the reduction of tuition fee that has been enjoyed by the applicant will be charged against him ordering the applicant to pay the entire tuition fee.

For the second child of the PNP / PA member - a thirty percent (30%) reduction on the tuition fee will be given to the applicant but he must stay for at least eight (8) semesters in the College. Otherwise, the reduction of tuition fee that has been enjoyed by the applicant will be charged against him ordering the applicant to pay the entire tuition fee.

For the third of PNP / PA member – a hundred percent (100%) in tuition will be given to the applicant but he must stay for at least eight (8) semesters or the entire fee will be charged against him

However, in the case of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy the student must maintain a General Percentage Average (GPA) of at least 2.0 or equivalent to eighty – five percent (85%).

Should the applicant desire to enroll in these course, the student can still avail of the tuition fee subsidy but on a based on a first – come, first – served basis as slot are limited. There are twenty (20) slots available for this scholarship.

Aside from the tuition fee subsidy as granted in this scheme, the enrolled scholar can avail of the academic scholarship provided that he must maintain a grade of 2.5 in all subjects enrolled. He / she may also apply of the external scholarships offered outside DMC but are DMC – assisted grants.

Finally, those who will graduate with honors will also be granted academic scholarship by DMC CF’s College of Law.

G. SCHOLARSHIP GRANTED BY THE COLLEGE OF LAW

H. COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Students who graduate as Summa Cum Laude in the baccalaureate degree from recognized private and public colleges and universities are awarded Full College Scholarship with free tuition and miscellaneous fees for two semesters.

Students who graduate as Magna Cum Laude in the baccalaureate degree from recognized private and public colleges and universities are awarded Semi – Full College Scholarship with free tuition fee and a 75% discount on miscellaneous fees for two semesters.

Students who graduate as Cum Laude in the baccalaureate degree from recognized private and public colleges and universities are awarded Semi – Full College Scholarship with free tuition fee and a 50% discount on miscellaneous fees for two semesters.

I. EXTERNAL GRANTS

The College assists applicants to avail of the various government and private scholarship grants among which are:

1. PRIVATE EDUCATION STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (PESFA - CHED)

The PESFA was established by virtue of RA 6728 "An Act Providing Government Assistance to the Students and Teachers in Private Education (GASTPE) and Appropriating Funds Therefore." This is a study grant for qualified and deserving college freshmen who intend to enroll or is presently enrolled in priority courses in selected HEIs and who are not more than 30 years of age at the time of application for the program.

2. PGMA “STUDY NOW; PAY LATER” PROGRAM (CHED)

This is an educational program of the government designed to promote democratization of access to educational opportunities in the tertiary level to poor but deserving students through financial assistance in the form of an educational loan. It is a scheme providing loan or credit to poor but deserving students who are enrolled in priority courses in selected higher education institutions. This special fund is used to finance loans to cover matriculation and other school fees and expenses for books, subsistence, and board and lodging.

3. SHORT - TERM PROGRAMS AS OFFERED BY THE TECHNICAL EDUCATION SKILLS AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

Short – term programs are as follows: Caregiver, Commercial Cooking, Housekeeping, Bartending, Front Office Training, Welding – GMAW, Welding – SMAW, Building – Wiring Installation, Computer Programming.

4. PHILIPPINE VETERANS SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

This is a scholarship grant offered to the dependents of the veterans of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Educational Benefit System Office. The PVAO pays directly to the school.

5. UNITED STATES VETERANS ADMINSTRATION

This is a scholarship grant offered to the dependents of the veterans of the United States Armed Forces. The USVA pays directly to the school.

6. GSIS SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

The scholar can enjoy up to P20, 000 tuition and miscellaneous fees per semester, and monthly stipend of P2, 000. All active GSIS members of good standing are eligible to join. Winners who will be chosen via an electronic raffle may nominate ANYONE who is an incoming college freshman or enrolled college student. There are 200 slots available.

Application forms are available in any GSIS office nationwide or may be downloaded from the GSIS website (www.gsis.gov.ph).GSIS Scholarship

7. OWWA SKILLS FOR EMPLOYMENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

-Granted to children of an OWWA (Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) member or to a brother or sister of an unmarried OWWA member.

8. LOCAL GOV.'T OF DIPOLOG/DEPED/AFP, AND PNP EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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CRITERIA OF ELIGIBILITY

The Applicant must: (For Transferees and for New Student)

  • Must have no Failing Mark in any course subject

TERMS AND CONDITIONS/MECHANICS/DESCRIPTION

  • The scholarship program is open to all incoming freshmen and transferees.
  • Scholars are entitled to 30% off on ALL FEES for Education Courses and 20% discount on tuition fees for all other courses (including preschool, grade school and high school) on cash payments and 10% discount on tuition fees on installment basis.
  • Scholars must carry the minimum load of eighteen (18) units for the current semester.
  • The scholars must not incur a grade below 2.0 in any course subject, including NSTP/ROTC, PE, Orientation and Religious Studies and shall maintain the grade requirement of the scholarship.
  • The grantee commits and agrees that part of the conditions of this scholarship is that he/she must not commit any act or omission which is prohibited under the DMCCF student manual as well as "acts of bullying" as defined under the anti-bullying act.
  • Student enjoying the privileges of the grant shall comply with the terms of the scholarship agreement and requirements to be entered into between him/her and the school as stipulated in the contract which will be provided by the Registrar's Office.
  • Failure to comply with the grade requirement and scholarship agreements shall forfeit all privileges of this grant in the succeeding semesters.

 

J. DMC PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The DMC Presidential Scholarship is for students who wants to take up HRM, Information Technology, and Criminology course but can't afford to pay the whole tuition fee.

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HRM

1ST YEAR – 70% discount on TUITION FEE

2ND YEAR - 30% discount on TUITION FEE

3RD YEAR - 25% discount on TUITION FEE

4TH YEAR - 25% discount on TUITION FEE

BS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

1ST YEAR - 50% discount on TUITION FEE

2ND YEAR - 30% discount on TUITION FEE

3RD YEAR - 30% discount on TUITION FEE

CRIMINOLOGY

1ST YEAR - 30% discount on TUITION FEE

2ND YEAR - 25% discount on TUITION FEE

EDUCATION

1ST YEAR – 4TH YEAR – 30% DISCOUNT ON ALL FEES

  • The scholarship program is open to all incoming freshmen and transferees.
  • Discount DOES NOT cover books; uniforms; and miscellaneous, laboratory and other fees.
  • Scholars must carry the regular load for the semester required to the course of which they are enrolled.
  • Students must not inccur any failing mark on all course subjects (academic and non-academic subjects)
  • The grantee commits and agrees that part of the conditions of this scholarship is that he/she must not commit any act or omission which is prohibited under the DMCCF student manual as well as "acts of bullying" as defined under the anti-bullying act
  • Students enjoying the priviledges of the grant shall comply with the terms of the scholarship agreement and requirements to be entered into between himself/herself as stipulated in the contract which will be provided by the Registrar's Office.
  • Failure to comply with the grade requirement and scholarship agreements shall forfeit all privileges of such grant in the succeding semesters.
  • Student must not have been enrolled to other tertiary institutions
  • Applicant must not have availed of any other scholarship or discount offered by DMCCFI.

The Applicant must: (For Transferees and for New Student)

  •  Must have no Failing Mark in any course subject

K. DR. EDGAR ESPARAGUERRA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The DR. EDGAR ESPARAGUERRA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IS FOR INCOMING FRESHMEN AND TRANSFERREES who wants to take up BS ACCOUNTANCY COURSE. This scholarship program is dedicated to the late DR. EDGAR ESPARAGUERRA, former dean of School of Business and Accountancy.

  • Increase enrollees for the BS ACCOUNTANCY COURSE PROGRAM of DMC College Foundation;
  • To create and build impression that DMCCFI is committed to making quality education more affordable;
  • To disseminate information that DMC ensures a pathway to opportunity by securing an inexpensive and reasonable tuition fee;
  • To maximize the teaching load of faculty members who are supposed to handle forty (40) students per class; and,
  • To get the best students in the province.

The Applicant must:

(New Student)

  •  Must have no Failing Mark in any course subject

(Tranferees)

  • Must have no grade below 2.75 in any course subject

Mechanics:

  • The scholarship program is open to all incoming FRESHMEN AND TRANSFEREES.
  • Students who will enroll to BS Accountancy Course Program will receive a 35% DISCOUNT on TUITION FEE.
  •  Discount DOES NOT cover books; uniforms; and miscellaneous, laboratory and other fees.
  • Scholars must carry the regular load for the semester required to the course of which they are enrolled.
  • Scholarship is good for One (1) Year or equivalent to Two (2) Semesters.
  • Students must not inccur any failing mark on all course subjects (academic and non-academic subjects)
  • The grantee commits and agrees that part of the conditions of this scholarship is that he/she must not commit any act or omission which is prohibited under the DMCCF student manual as well as "acts of bullying" as defined under the anti-bullying act
  •  Students enjoying the priviledges of the grant shall comply with the terms of the scholarship agreement and requirements to be entered into between himself/herself as stipulated in the contract which will be provided by the Registrar's Office.
  • Failure to comply with the grade requirement and scholarship agreements shall forfeit all privileges of such grant in the succeding semesters.
  • Student must not have been enrolled to other tertiary institutions
  • Applicant must not have availed of any other scholarship or discount offered by DMCCFI.

L. DOST-DMCCF COUNTERPART

GENERAL CRITERIA OF ELIGIBILITY

The Applicant must:

  • Be a qualifier of the DOST scholarship; and,
  • Be enrolled in BS Computer Science or BS Information Technology.
  • 100% tuition fee discount
  • Miscellaneous, Special and Other fees will be deducted from the DOST Scholarship

TERMS AND CONDITIONS/MECHANICS/DESCRIPTION

  • Scholars must carry the regular load for the semester required to the course of which they are enrolled.
  • Evaluation of the academic performance of the scholar based on established policies shall be done to determine the scholarship status every semester or term.
  • The scholars must not incur a grade below 2.0 in any course subject, including NSTP/ROTC, PE, Orientation, and Religious studies and shall maintain the grade requirement of the scholarship.
  • The grantee commits and agrees that part of the conditions of this scholarship is that he/she must not commit any act or omission which is prohibited under the DMCCF student manual as well as "acts of bullying" as defined under the anti-bullying act
  • Students enjoying the priviledges of the grant shall comply with the terms of the scholarship agreement and requirements to be entered into between himself/herself as stipulated in the contract which will be provided by the Registrar's Office.
  • Failure to comply with the grade requirement and scholarship agreements shall forfeit all privileges of such grant in the succeding semesters.

M. ST. LA SALLE SCHOLARSHIP FOR ACCOUNTING TECHNOLOGY AND AB POLITICAL SCIENCE (FOR TRANSFEREES)

GENERAL CRITERIA OF ELIGIBILITY

The Applicant must:

  • Be a transferee;
  • Have a GPA of at least 2.5 at the time of application; and,
  • Not have a failing grade in any course from the school they were previously enrolled.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS/MECHANICS/DESCRIPTION

  • The scholarship program is open to the first twenty (20) incoming 2nd year and 3rd year transferees for Accounting Technology and AB Political Science courses.
  • Scholars are entitled to 100% off on tuition fee for the 1st semester and 50% off on tuition fee until the completion of the degree program.
  • Scholars must carry the minimum load of eighteen (18) units for the current semester.
  • The scholars must not incur a grade below 2.5 in any course subject, including NSTP/ROTC, PE, Orientation and Religious Studies and shall maintain the grade requirement of the scholarship.
  • The grantee commits and agrees that part of the conditions of this scholarship is that he/she must not commit any act or omission which is prohibited under the DMCCF student manual as well as "acts of bullying" as defined under the anti-bullying act.
  • Student enjoying the privileges of the grant shall comply with the terms of the scholarship agreement and requirements to be entered into between him/her and the school as stipulated in the contract which will be provided by the Registrar's Office.
  • Failure to comply with the grade requirement and scholarship agreements shall forfeit all privileges of this grant in the succeeding semesters.

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GENERAL CRITERIA OF ELIGIBILITY

The Applicant must: (For Transferees)

  • Have a GPA of at least 2.5 at the time of application; and,
  • Not have a failing grade in any course from the school they were previously enrolled.

The Applicant must: (For New Student)

  • Passed the School of Teacher Education Qualifying Exam;
  •  Must have no Failing Mark

TERMS AND CONDITIONS/MECHANICS/DESCRIPTION

  • The scholarship program is open to incoming 2nd year and 3rd year transferees and freshmen for BEED and BSED courses.
  • Scholars are entitled to 30% off on ALL FEES for 1 year or equivalent to 2 semesters.
  • Scholars must carry the minimum load of eighteen (18) units for the current semester.
  • The scholars must not incur a grade below 2.0 in any course subject, including NSTP/ROTC, PE, Orientation and Religious Studies and shall maintain the grade requirement of the scholarship.
  • The grantee commits and agrees that part of the conditions of this scholarship is that he/she must not commit any act or omission which is prohibited under the DMCCF student manual as well as "acts of bullying" as defined under the anti-bullying act.
  • Student enjoying the privileges of the grant shall comply with the terms of the scholarship agreement and requirements to be entered into between him/her and the school as stipulated in the contract which will be provided by the Registrar's Office.
  • Failure to comply with the grade requirement and scholarship agreements shall forfeit all privileges of this grant in the succeeding semesters.

O. ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP CHECK

RULES AND GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP CHECK:

1. This is a not convertible to cash, non-transferable check and only serves as DMC College Foundation's way of commending the academic achievement of the grantee of this Special Academic Grant Check

2. The amount indicated on the check is non-convertible to cash and can only be used in claiming the special academic scholarship grant offered by DMC College Foundation to the class valedictorian/ salutatorian/ 1st Honorable Mention whose name appears on the check.

3. The amount on the check is the maximum amount computed based on the course program with the highest fees. Should total amount of tuition fee and miscellaneous fees of the grantee's course program be lower than the amount on the check remaining amount cannot be encashed or credited to other payments by their check such as penalties, fines, books and uniforms.

4. The Scholarship grant covers two (2) semesters or equivalent to 1 year of tuition fees and miscellaneous fees.

5. The scholars must not incur a grade below 2.0 in any course subject, including NSTP/ROTC, PE, Orientation and Religious Studies and shall maintain the grade requirement of the scholarship.

6. After the one year scholarship the grades of the grantee shall be assessed if qualified for the Academic Achievement Scholarship.

  • 1.00-1.300 – 100% discount on tuition fee
  •  1.3001-1.500 – 50% discount on tuition fee

7. If the class valedictorian/ salutatorian/ 1st Honorable Mention decides to pursue a degree of which tuition and other fees are lower than the degree used in computing for the values reflected on this check, the remaining amount can't be claimed, en-cashed by the grantee.

8. Should there be a remaining amount upon the grantee's graduation in college, such amount shall be forfeited in favor of DMC College Foundation. The grantee has no authority to claim such unused amount.

9. Student's enjoying the privileges of this special academic scholarship grant are reminded to strictly adhere with the scholarship requirements stipulated in the contract which will be provided by the office of the VP-SEAL and the Admissions Office.

10. Shifting is allowed as long as grade /GPA qualified for the course program.

11. The check does not cover books, uniform, department contributions and other fees.

12. Scholars must carry the minimum load of eighteen (18) units for the current semester.

13. The grantee commits and agrees that part of the conditions of this scholarship is that he/she must not commit any act or omission which is prohibited under the DMCCF student manual as well as "acts of bullying" as defined under the anti-bullying act.

14. Failure to adhere with the requirements of the scholarship forfeits all privileges of such grant in the succeeding semesters

15. The Business Office of the college with the recommendation of the Admissions Director and the VP-SEALD will have the final say on monetary concerns/issues regarding the use of the scholarship check.

P. BALIK-DMC Special Program for Returning Students

OBJECTIVES

  • Encourage students who have stopped their studies to re-enrol
  • Increase enrolment
  • Ensure payment of old accounts
  • Ensure that students remain enrolled

TERMS AND CONDITIONS/MECHANICS/DESCRIPTION

  • This program applies only to students who have discontinued studies and whose last term of enrolment was between First Semester of SY 1994-1995 to Summer Term of Sy 2013-2014.
  • Student must not have completed his course program.
  • All penalties, fines, or interest on student account shall be waived. However, principal balance must be settled prior to or upon re-enrolment according to the following terms:
  • Balance Payment of balance required upon enrloment[1]
    • Below P 10,000 100%
    • P 10,000 – P15,000 80%
    • P15,001 – P25,000 70%
    • P25,001 – P35, 000 60%
    • P35,001 and above 50%
  • Remaining balance must be pain in one year and student must remain enrolled for at least two semesters. Otherwise, account balance reverts to the original account with interest or penalty. Failure to pay outstanding account results in non-release of school records.
  • Admission policies and academic standards of each College or School in DMCCFI and the Office of the Registrar and Director of Admissions apply. Returning student must be eligible to re-enrol according to the admission policies of the College or School and student's course program curricula must not have been changed.
  • This program must be availed of only during Summer 2015, and the First and Second Semesters of 2015-2016.

Q. DMC MERIT SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

GENERAL CRITERIA OF ELIGIBILITY

The Applicant must: (For Transferees and for New Student)

  •  Must have no Failing Mark in any course subject

RULES AND GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF THE DMC MERIT SCHOLARSHIP:

1. The DMC MERIT SCHOLARSHIP Grant is awarded to the TOP 20 students who took the DMC Merit Scholarship Examination (per school).

2. This scholarship grant is exclusively for AB Political Science and Accounting Technology courses only.

3. The scholar will receive: 50-75% discount on tuition fee for one year or equivalent to two (2) semesters.

4. Miscellaneous Fees, Other fees, Activity fees for College Days, Foundation Days, Graduation, Books, Uniforms, and other Departmental Fees are excluded in the financial assistance or such fees must be paid separately by the scholar.

5. Should the scholar wishes to pursue another degree he/she will no longer be eligible for the grant.

6. Scholars must carry the regular load required per semester by his course/department.

7. The scholar must not have incurred a grade below 2.0 in any course subject including NSTP/ROTC, PE, Orientation and Religious Studies.

8. Students enjoying the privileges of this DMC MERIT SCHOLARSHIP Grant are to strictly adhere with the scholarship requirements stipulated in the contract which will be provided by the Registrar's Office.

9. Failure to adhere with the requirements of the scholarship results to the forfeiture of all privileges of the scholarship grant in the succeeding semesters.

R. WORKING STUDENT PROGRAM

The WorkingStudent Program is under the Guidance Office with close supervision by the Human Resource Management Office. This is a program aimed at assisting financially disadvantaged but deserving students of DMC College Foundation. Recipients of this program will be determined according to their financial capacity and not on their exemplary performance as students. Thus, an honor student may not necessarily be entitled to this grant; however, the renewal of a working student's contract will also be dependent on his/her academic performance and conduct at school as monitored by the Guidance Office and his/her Department's Coordinator. The committee on Student Financial Aid will determine the grantees based on the guidelines and procedure.

SELECTION PROCESS

Working students will be selected on the basis of:

1. Financial need which is reflected on the applicant's submitted income tax return.

2. Intellectual capacity and diligence as shown by his/her previous academic records.

3. Commitment to serve as shown by his/her attitude towards work.

PROCEDURE

Application will be processed for those who filed before the start of the official class during the enrolment period until the second week after the start of class.

1. Secure and fill up the form from the Office of the VP-SEALD

2. Submit the needed documents which are: (a) Photocopy of enrolment form (b) Photocopy of High School Report Card (Form 138) with an average grade of 80.00% (c) Original Copy of Income Tax Return not exceeding 150,000 gross annually or certificate of tax exemption (d) application letter with consent from parent(s) or guardian.

3. Submit to an interview at the Office of the VP-SEALD.

4. Wait for the acceptance letter/e-mail/call from the Office of the VP-SEALD.

5. If informed of acceptance to the program,be available for an orientation at the Office of the VP-SEALD.

6. If no acceptance letter/e-mail/call from the Guidance Office has been received, follow up for advice and possible instruction.

Coverage of the Grant

The work student shall enjoy:

A. Students enrolled during the regular semester

· Free tuition fee for a total of eighteen (18) - twenty-one (21) units.

· Five hundred pesos (P500) per month deductible to his/her miscellaneous and other school fees.

B. Students enrolled during the Summer term

· Free tuition fee for a total of nine units only.

· One thousand pesos (P500) per month deductible to his/her miscellaneous and other school fees for the Summer term.

The grant is renewable every semester/term based on the student's satisfaction of the institution's requirements (academic performance, willingness to continue his/her service, non-violation of the school policies, Satisfactory performance evaluation), the school's existing funds and the committees' discretion. Thus there will be a performance evaluation every semester/term.

Terms and Conditions for Renewal

(1) Continuing financial need
(2) Satisfactory academic performance
(3) Satisfactory manifestation of grantee's willingness to serve
(4) None infraction of school policies

(5) Satisfactory performance evaluation

Academic Requirements

1. The work students shall have a minimum of 9 units and a maximum of21units during the usual semester/term anda maximum of 9 units in summer.

2. The working student should not incurred any failing mark on all of his/her subjects (academic and non-academic)

3. Working students are not allowed to drop subjects given that their load for the term has not exceeded the 21-unit limit during the regular semester and the 9-unit-limit during summer term.

4. A working student can avail of all other academic programs offered by the College EXCEPT for BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING, BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT, AND ALL PARAMEDICAL COURSES. However, the imposed limitation is still subject to the discretion of the members of the board of trustees.

Service

1. 1.1 The working student (PARTIAL)

a. enrolled during the regular semester shall render 24 hours of service per week from Monday to Saturday; in case the working student will not be able to comply with the required number of hours per month during the regular semester, there will be a deduction of ten pesos (P 10.00) per hour short of the required number of hours to be rendered every month. This shall be deducted against the monthly subsidy.

Example:

Required number of hours for July= 96 hrs.

Hours rendered by working student for July=86

96hrs-86hrs= 10 hours

10 hours x 10 (peso deduction per hour)= 100

500 (monthly subsidy)-100= 400.00

Subsidy for the month of July= P 400.00

*The deduction shall be computed after the end of every semester

b. enrolled during the Summer term shall render twenty four hours of service per week; in case of non-compliance with the required number of hours of service, there will be a deduction of twenty pesos (P 20.00) per hour short of the required number of hours to be rendered per month. This shall be deducted against the monthly subsidy.

c. areas of responsibility includes: classrooms and offices.

1.2 The working student (CONCIERGE)

a. enrolled during the regular semester shall render 24 hours of service per week from Monday to Saturday; in case the working student will not be able to comply with the required number of hours per month during the regular semester, there will be a sanction at the end of every month or at the end of the semester.

b. Community Service is the proposed sanction for the concierge working students. The basis for the sanctions are as follows: under time, failure to perform duties and responsibilities, tardiness and absences. (3 consecutive absences (w/out notice), and 1 hr. accumulative tardiness equivalent to 1 day absence per month)

c. Areas of responsibility includes: comfort rooms, function hall, auditorium, kitchen, library, computer laboratories and other laboratories, hall ways, corridors, covered court, DMC grounds, classrooms and offices.

1. Schedule will be dependent on the student's available time given that it is within office hours that is from 8:00am to 6:00pm on weekdays and from 8:00am to 12:00noon on Saturdays.

2. Working students can be allowed to render service outside the usual office hours stated above after satisfying the following conditions (1) the department head has requested or permitted it (2) the Office/Department usually extends beyond office hours (3) there is always a staff or personnel present aside from the working student after office hours (4) there is a need for working student's service and only with the understanding that the student has consented. In which case the student shall present an endorsement letter for work beyond office hours from the department head wherein s/he has been assigned and a letter of consent from parents or guardians to the Human Resource Management Office and the Guidance Office.

3. Working students shall present their proposed schedule to their assigned departments and have it signed by their department heads; a copy of which shall be submitted to the Guidance Office.

4. Working students are to religiously report to the departments to which they have been assigned and have their daily time record (DTR) signed by the department head for monitoring of the required number of hours per week.

5. Working students are to report to the Guidance Office twice a month for the monitoring and submission of their DTRs as well as for consultations.

6. Working students are to submit to the Guidance Office a copy of their grades signed by their coordinators at the end of the semester and are to subject themselves to an evaluation from their department heads and the other personnel/staff within the department.

7. There shall be no monetary compensation for overtime work but exceeding number of hours will be deducted against the number of hours required for the succeeding week(s).

8. The nature of service and work load will be assigned by the department head guided by the norms of the school. Students are expected to be at all times prompt and diligent in their work.

9. Working students are expected to endorse their work properly to the next working student or the personnel concerned before they leave the office.

10. Working students are to assist only and are not to take part in the major decision making within the office to which they are part of.

11. The scope of the working students' responsibilities will be only within the department/office's routines; and thus, they cannot assist for personal reasons and do personal errands by the staff and personnel within the department/office.

Performance Evaluation

The evaluation form for working students is provided by the Guidance Office and will be answered by the department heads or the direct supervisor of the working student/s.

Working students will be evaluated on the following criteria:

A. General Areas

1. Punctuality. Promptness in submission of requirements and the performance of tasks. Meets deadlines.Consistently reports on time for duty hours.

2. Attendance: Regularity of attendance. Informs ahead of time if going to be late of absent.

3. Interest in Work. Shows enthusiasm during work. Productive during duty hours. Knows how to properly endorse work/tasks

4. Response to Supervision: Follows orders. There is a certain level of independence. Evaluates the accuracy, completeness and follow-through of work.

B. Others

1. Knowledge of tasks

2. Adaptability

3. Readiness to Learn

4. Dependability

5. Interpersonal Skills

6. Judgement

7. Initiative

8. Accuracy

9. Flexibility

Performance Rating

Student assistant's level of job performance in every indicator is rated as follows

Verbal Description

Points

Excellent

4

Good

3

Fair

2

Poor

1

For purposes of action to be taken as recommended for retention or dismissal, the over-all rating is categorized as:

Over-all Rating

Category

Action Taken

4.0-3.25

Excellent

Retention

3.24-2.25

Average

Retention

2.24- 1.25

Fair

Under Observation

1.24-1

Poor

Dismissal


 

SCHOLASTIC POLICIES AND PROVISIONS

Honorable Dismissal, defined.

An Honorable Dismissal is a document which serves as proof that the student has voluntarily withdrawn from the College with the knowledge and consent of the Registrar and Director of Admissions or his duly authorized representative and approved by the President.

However, a student who is compelled to leave the College due to suspension, expulsion or other disciplinary action will not be entitled to the issuance of an Honorable Dismissal. Should the student be permitted to obtain his Transcript of Records or a certification of his academic status in the College, such document must contain a statement on the disciplinary action taken against him. In case the student has been dropped from the roll on account or poor scholarship, a statement to that effect may be added.

In all cases, financial accountabilities to the College must be settled first before the issuance of the Honorable Dismissal, Transcript of Record or certification as the case may be.

CODE OF DISCIPLINE

Every student shall, upon admission, sign the pledge to be submitted to the Disciplinary Officer:

“In consideration of my admission to the DMC College Foundation and of the privileges I will henceforth enjoy as a student in this institution, I hereby pledge to abide by the rules and regulations laid down by the competent authority of the College and those which may hereafter be promulgated”.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Incoming Freshman

  • Form 138-A for high school graduates/a statement “Eligible for Admission to College”
  • Certificate of good moral character
  • Medical certificate
  • Birth certificate (original and photocopy from NSO)
  • 1 pc. long folder & photocopy of high school card (for the Guidance Counselor)
  • 4 pcs. 2 x 2 ID pictures
  • Result of College Admission test
  • Duly signed Code of Discipline (submit to the Disciplinary Officer)

Transferees

  • Certificate of transfer credentials/Honorable Dismissal
  • Informative copy of Transcript of Records
  • Medical Certificate
  • Birth certificate (original and photocopy from NSO)
  • 4 pcs. 2 x 2 ID pictures
  • 1 pc. long folder & photocopy of high school card (for the Guidance Counselor)
  • Duly signed Code of Discipline (submit to the Disciplinary Officer)

Old students

  • Duly accomplished clearance
  • Grades from previous semester
  • Medical Certificate

 

 

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