Entrance and Enrollment

College Entrance Test Form (PDF, 180kb)

Senior Highschool Entrance Test Form (PDF, 224kb)

Enrollment Requirements

Resident Students

Resident students must present to the Enrollment Faciliator the following documents for re-enrollment.

  • Final Examination Permit from the previous semester
  • Grade Report from the previous semester
  • Permit to overload (if necessary, for graduating students)
  • Result of Evaluation
  • Readmission form (for returning students)

Freshmen

  • College Entrance Test (CET) Permit and Admission Letter signed by the University Registrar
  • Original copy of 4th Year report Card and Form 137A (if available)
  • Certification of Good Moral Character
  • Original and Photocopy of Birth Certificate
  • 2pcs. 2"x2" recent, identical, colord photos (white background)
  • Medical clearance from the Health Services Department

Graduates of Previous School Years

  • Secure from the previous school attended a certification that Form 137A is not yet forwarded to any college/university or still in High School's file, together with requirements 2.1 to 2.6 for freshmen
  • Original NFE AE & T Exam Result, NFE Certification/Diploma - for students who took NFE AE & T, together with requirements 2.1, 2.4, and 2.5 for freshmen
  • Original PEPT Certificate of Rating - for students who took the PEPT Examination, together with requirements 2.1, 2.4, and 2.5 for freshmen

Transferees

  • College Entrance Test (CET) Permit and Admission Letter signed by the University Registrar
  • Honorable Dismissal/Transfer Credentials
  • Certified True Copy of Grades/Temporary Transcript of Records - for evaluation purposes
  • Certification of Good Moral Character
  • Original and Photocopy of Birth Certificate
  • 2 pcs. 2"x2" recent, identical, colored photos (white background)
  • Results of evaluation of credited subjects (Curriculum Checklist), original and photocopy

For Second Degree Program

Original copy of Official Transcript of Records (Valid for Transfer or Copy for Lyceum of the Philippines University, plus requirements 4.4, 4.5, 4.6, and 4.7 for transferees)

Student Load

  • The regular load of students is reflected in their curriculum. Students are required to maintain the course load provided in the curriculum in order to complete their degrees within the prescribed period
  • A credit unit is equivalent to one (1) hour of lecture a week in a semester. Only graduating students authorized by the Registrar, upon the written recommendation of the College Dean, shall be allowed to take more than the prescribed curricular unit load
  • Any overload should not exceed six (6) academic units, in excess of the normal load. This privilege to have an overload may be availed of only once. As a general rule, students should enroll in subjects prescribed by the curriculum for the semester
  • During summer term a student may enroll a maximum load of nine (9) units only at Lyceum of the Philippines University. Only graduating students may be allowed to cross-enroll if the subject is not offered at LPU Cavite

Enrollment

General Guidelines

  • Enrollment is the formal admission of a person who applies as a student for the semester, trimester or the summer term. Enrollment is based on the condition of paying the required fees and compliance with the prescribed rules and regulations for admission
  • The reciprocal relationship involving rights, duties and responsibilities between the student and school begins upon official enrollment
  • Only students whose name s appear on the official list are considered officially enrolled in a class. Internal arrangements between faculty and students in relation to changes in sections/schedules are not allowed
  • Any change in section/schedule is prohibited

Enrollment Period

All students shall enroll during the prescribed enrollment period. No enrollment shall be allowed two weeks after the first day of classes unless the enrollment period is officially extended.

Term of Enrollment

Any enrollment in baccalaureate program applies for only one semester or summer term and in the graduate studies applies for only one trimester.

Enrollment in National Service Training Program (NSTP) and Physical Education (PE)

Students in their junior year will be allowed to enroll only after completion of the NSTP and PE requirements.

Dropping of Ineligible Students

Even after enrollment, a student who is discovered to be ineligible for admission as provided for in the Student Handbook shall be dropped from the roll.

Payment of Fees

Payments of university fees may be made to the LPU cashier, any BPI and MetroBank branches (online and over-the-counter), SM City (Dasmariñas, Rosario, Bacoor and Molino branches) payment centers, and Greenpeso.

Change of Address/Status

Students who have changed residential address and civil status should immediately inform the Student Records Management Department of such change in writing.

Payment of Fees

  • Assessed fees shall be paid in full or on installment basis, in cash, credit card or through off campus payment centers. Postal money order, manager's check or dated checks may be accepted
  • Payment on installment basis is subject to an installment fee. Payments made beyond the prescribed due date are subject to Late Payment Penalty of 10% of the total outstanding balance for the semester. All payments must be transacted and coursed only through the LPU Cashier's Office, and shall be acknowledged with official receipts
  • A student is considered enrolled in the course that appears on his/her Enrollment Assessment Form (EAF) only after payment of the required amount as down or full payment for tuition and other fees

Late Enrollment

Payment after the deadline for enrollment shall be charged a Late Registration Fee (LRF) of Php 250.00.

Charging/Refund of Fees

Charges/Refund of fees shall be made in accordance with the following rules:

Dropping or Withdrawal of Individual Subjects or Enture Load Before the Opening of Classes

A student who withdraws or drops his entire load shall be given a refund of the amount paid for his tuition and other fees less the registration fee, Student Handbook and Identification Card fees upon giving written notice and filing of an accomplished dropping form.

Dropping of the Entire Load

  • A student shall be given a refund of the amount paid less 10% of the total assessed fees for this entire load if the dropping notice is approved within one (1) week after the opening of classes during the regular semester or within the first three (3) days of the summer term
  • If the dropping of the entire load is approved beyond the first week after the opening of classes during a regular semester or after the first three (3) day of the summer term, the refund shall be the amount paid less 20% the total assessed fees
  • There will be no refunds made for the dropping of subject(s) beyond the 2nd week of opening of classes during a regular semester or after the day of the summer term
  • In any case, under the first and second paragraph of this article, the following fees shall be deducted in full
    • Registration fee
    • Identification Card (once processed/issued)
    • Student Handbook (once processed/issued)

Individual Dropping of Subject(s)

  • A student shall be entitled to a credit adjustment for the subject/s dropped less 10% of the corresponding tuition and laboratory fees assessed for subject/s dropped within one (1) week after the opening of classes during the regular semester or within the first three (3) days of the summer term
  • If the individual dropping of subject/s is filed beyond the first week after the opening of classes during a regular semester or after the first three (3) days of the summer term, the applicable credit adjustment shall be the corresponding tuition and laboratory fees assessed for every subject/s dropped less 20% thereof
  • There will be no credit adjustments to be effected for the individual dropping of subject/s made beyond the 2nd week of opening of classes during a regular semester or after the 6th day of the summer term

Refund Without Deduction

Full refund or credit adjustments shall be made when:

  • The class is dissolved or discontinued; or
  • The student has previously taken and passed the subject

Official Dropping Without Refund

A student may officially drop any subject without refund upon filing an official dropping form any time before the start of the midterm examinations, provided the student has not incurred more than the allowable 20% absences. Balance of tuition and miscellaneous fees including penalty shall be fully paid prior to re-enrollment in LPU or issuance of transfer credentials. The student will receive a grade of "Dropped" for his subjects.

Dropping Without Notice Two (2) Weeks After the First Day of Classes

Balance of tuition and miscellaneous fees including penalty shall be fully paid prior to re-enrollment in LPU or issuance of transfer credentials if a student drops without notice two (2) weeks after the first day of classes. Dropping without notice shall result in a failing grade of 5.0 with a remark Failure Due to Absences (FDA).

Shifting

  • A student may be allowed to shift from:
    • A degree program to any non-degree course
    • A non-degree program to a degree program provided that the student has received no failing grades in the previous semesters and has passed the College Entrance Test for the new program
    • A degree program to another degree program
  • Shifting is subject to the following conditions:
    • Endorsement of the Dean from the previous College
    • Approval of the receiving Dean
    • Non-exclusion on the basis of academic deficiency
    • No sanction of non-readmission
    • Endorsement of the guidance counselor
  • Application for shifting to another program shall be processed by the Student Records Management Department not later than one (1) week before the start of the semester when the shifting will be effective

Cross-Enrollment

Cross-Enrollment With LPU

Students enrolled in other educational institutions may be admitted to LPU on a case-to-case basis and only upon submission of an official permit to cross-enroll issued by the Registrar of the school in which they are principally enrolled. This permit shall state the subject(s) and total number of units the student is authorized to take.

Cross Enrollment in Other Institutions

An undergraduate LPU student may be allowed to cross-enroll in an approved institution if the needed subject(s) is/are not offered in LPU; provided further that the student secures the written approval of the Dean and Registrar of LPU prior to cross-enrollment.

Classification of Students

Regular Student

One who carries the load prescribed in the curriculum for a particular semester

Irregular Student

One who carries a load that differs from the prescribed curriculum