COLLEGE ADMISSION PROCEDURES

UASHS graduates may proceed to Step number 7

  1. Register for UA College Entrance Test (for non-UASHS graduates)at the Guidance and Admissions Office (GAO)
  2. Pay the Admission Fee at the Treasury Office.
  3. Secure UA-CET Permit and Admission Kit from GAO
  4. Submit the accomplished Application Form to GAO, together with the ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS on or before the date of the entrance test specified on your UA-CET Permit
  5. Take the UA-CET as scheduled.
  6. Wait for the results of the UA-CET which will be posted on www.ua.edu.ph and on the bulletin boards of GAO.
  7. For UA-CET Qualifiers and UASHS graduates, pay the non-refundable, non-transferrable Reservation Fee of P1,000 at the Finance Office.
  8. Secure the Enrolment Permit from the Office of the University Registrar (OUR).
  9. Proceed to ENROLMENT.

COLLEGE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

For UASHS Graduates

  1. Photocopy of Grade 12 Report Card with strand indicated and grades for the first quarter or Grade 11 report card
  2. Result of the Aptitude Test administered by GAO.
  3. 1 copy of 2 x 2 picture with white background
  4. Scholarship Application Form, if applicable

For non-UASHS Graduates

  1. Accomplished Recommendation Forms signed by GuidanceCounselor in Senior High School
  2. Photocopy of Grade 12 Report Card with strand indicated and grades for the first quarter or Grade 11 report card
  3. Result of the Aptitude Test administered by GAO.
  4. 1 copy of 2 x 2 picture with white background
  5. Scholarship Application Form, if applicable

For NFEA & E AND ALS Graduates

  1. Certificate of ALS A and E test for Secondary Level
  2. 1 copy of 2 x 2 picture with white background
  3. Scholarship Application Form, if applicable

For Dual Citizens and Filipinos Born Abroad

  1. Photocopy of the Certificate of Recognition as Filipino Citizen
  2. Authenticated/Certified True Copy of TOR in Grade 12 or its equivalent
  3. Certificate of Completion/Diploma of Senior High School or its equivalent
  4. Certificate of Good Moral Character or Recommendation from the school principal or guidance counselor
  5. Photocopy of foreign and Philippine passports pages showing picture, personal information and latest visa stamp
  6. Birth Certificate issued by the PSA (Philippine Statistics Authority) or its equivalent foreign government issuing agency
  7. 1 copy of 2 x 2 picture with white background

For Foreign Nationals

  1. Authenticated/Certified True Copy of TOR in Grade 12 or its equivalent
  2. Certificate of Completion/Diploma of Senior High School or its equivalent
  3. Certificate of Good Moral Character or Recommendation from the school principal or guidance counselor
  4. Photocopy of passport page bearing the picture, personal information and latest visa stamp
  5. Photocopy of Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) 1 (front and back)
  6. Birth Certificate issued by foreign government issuing agency
  7. Photocopy of Special Duty Permit
  8. 1 copy of 2 x 2 picture with white background

COLLEGE ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES

Step 1: Issuance of Form UA-OUR-28 (Semestral Student Information Sheet/ College Enrollment Procedure) – Office of the University Registrar

  1. Present the duly signed STUDENT CLEARANCE of the previous semester
  2. Secure the Form UA-OUR-28

Note:  Have the Form UA-OUR-28 signed by the personnel in-charge of each enrollment step.

Step 2: Advisement/Enlistment – Dean’s Office

  1. Present the Registrar approved UA-OUR-28 Form
  2. For new students, secure the Evaluation Form (with grades obtained from the 1st sem.)
  3. Secure the Class Schedule/Assessment Form

Step 3: Payment of fees – Finance Office

  1. Present the Registrar and Dean approved UA-OUR-28 Form
  2.  Pay the fees for the semester
  3. Secure the Official receipt

Step 4: ID Issuance

Photo lab (new student)

  1.     Present the Registrar, Dean and Treasurer approved Form UA-OUR-28
  2.      Have image taken
  3.      Secure the ID card
  4.      Proceed to the Office of Student Affairs for the ID validation sticker to be put on the ID card

Student Affairs (old student)

  1.      Submit the Registrar, Dean and Treasurer approved Form UA-OUR-28
  2.      Secure the ID validation sticker to be put on the ID card

NOTE: Payment of fees (initial or full) has to be made in order to attend classes.

Keep the Class Schedule/Assessment form and Official Receipt as proofs of enrollment.

ADMISSION FAQS

Who are qualified to apply for admission in college in UA?

Admission in college in the University of the Assumption is open to the following

  • Currently enrolled Grade 12 students in UASHS or in other senior high schools under the new curriculum;
  • Graduates of fourth year high school under the old curriculum;
  • Passers of the PEPT (Philippine Educational Placement Test), ALS (Alternative Learning Systems), NFEA & E (Non-Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency) Program who are certified by DepEd as qualified to apply for college;
  • Graduates of DepEd and non-DepEd schools abroad

What are the criteria for admission?

The Admissions Committee evaluates the applicant based on the following:

  • Grade Point Average in Grade 12 or Fourth Year High School of:
    • 85% and above for freshmen applicants in programs with board examination, and
    • 80% and above for those who are applying in programs without board examination.
  • Result of the UA College Entrance Test

Grade 12 students of UASHS need not take the UACET.

Is there a quota in the number of students that will be accepted?

Yes. There is a limit in the number of students that will be accepted per program to ensure an optimal quality education that will be extended to every student.

When will the applicant know the result of his/her application?

Results of the application will be posted on admissions.ua.edu.ph. These will be posted also on
bulletin boards near the Guidance and Admission Office.

What is the reservation fee?

Passing the UACET is only the first step in the application process. Applicants who passed the UACET and UASHS students must immediately pay the non-transferrable, non-refundable reservation fee of P1,000 to reserve their slot. Non-payment of reservation fee may result in the cancellation of their slot which will be given to those who are waitlisted.

Where and when should the reservation fee be paid?

The reservation fee may be paid in the UA Treasury Office on the 2nd floor of the Ryan Building.

Schedule of Fees

AY 2018-2019

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