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Enrollment Schedule for 2nd Semester, AY 2017-2018


Date(s) Particulars Person/Office Responsible
Oct 21 - 24 2017

Evaluation of students for POSSIBLE late course offerings. (Approval of courses shall be based on justifications provided by the requesting Depts., and availability of teachers from the providing Depts.)

HOME DEPARTMENTS assign course, section, year level and maximum load for each student.

HOME DEPARTMENTS mark a whole section PROFESSIONAL COURSES as REQUIRED for a class if students are not to be allowed to drop that class.  During this period, DEPARTMENT 


HOME DEPARTMENTS create registration for individual cases (preferably the irregular students and returnees), e.g. Departments may add subject and tag them as required for irregular students.  The DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSONS may add the CORE COURSES for students with deficiencies (and special cases). They shall identify the schedule preferred, but the foregoing may be confirmed subsequently by the Registrar.

NOTE: During this period, department chairs / coordinators and deans may view all the schedule uploaded.

Dept Chairs
Oct 23, 2017 Department Chairpersons submit requests to AVP for the POSSIBLE additional course offerings Dept Chairs

Registration and Enrollment

Date(s) Particulars Person/Office Responsible
Oct 26, 2017 8:00 am to 1:00 pm Last chance for the department chairpersons to add deficiencies (Professional and Core) Dept Chairs
Oct 26, 2017 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm

Batch creation of registrations for fully evaluated students. Students without evaluation will retain their section and year level.

No encoding by the departments may be done during this process.

Oct 26, 2017 starting 1:31 pm

Home Departments review the class lists generated by the batch creation of registration procedure. 

Last chance to reserve slots for professional courses for their students.

Home Department
Oct 25 to Nov 4

RETURNING STUDENTS (those who did not enroll the previous semester) may still go to their departments for evaluation.

HOME DEPARTMENTS create the registration/reservation of returning students. 

Home Department

Online Adding and Dropping

  • Students on campus may use the computer laboratories designated by the MIS
  • Adding and dropping are allowed even before any payment is made
4th and 5th Year

Oct 27 and 28, 2017

2nd, 3rd, and 1st Year

Oct 29 to 31, 2017

All students

November 1 to 4, 2017



To Enroll: students shall remit payment to designated banks, other payment centers or Finance Office by:

Bank and Other Payment Centers   Nov 3, 2017
Cash Payments   Nov 4, 2017

Unpaid registration will expire by this deadline


Date(s) Particulars Person/ Office Responsible
Nov 4, 2017 at 2:00 pm Enrollment Confirmation and Reservation Cancellation Procedure MIS
Nov 4, 2017 after 2:00 pm Already Enrolled Students may add and drop online for newly vacated slots (slots opened by unpaid registrations).  
Beginning Oct 25, 2017 ID Validation OSA
Nov 6, 2017  2nd Semester Classes Begin  
Nov 6 to 11, 2017 Late Enrollment  
Nov 6 to 11, 2017 Merging and Dissolution of Classes Registrar
Nov 13, 2017

Checking of updated list of classes

Advise faculty of any changes (re: dissolved and merged classes)

Providing Departments
Nov 13, 2017 Checking of SIS for updated enrolled courses STUDENTS
Nov 14, 2017

Releasing of Class List Confirmation Forms

Distribution of Class List Confirmation Forms


Providing Departments

Nov 21, 2017 Submission of signed Class List Confirmation Forms to the Registrar Providing Departments


Grade submission for 1st Semester, 2017-2018

To all concerned teachers:

Please set the Semester to 1st before clicking next.

Grade Submission Frequently Asked Questions


  1. Your classes are not yet assigned to you.
  2. You have selected the wrong semester or summer term. This usually happens when a teacher is submitting grades for the previous semester or summer term.

What you can do

  1. Contact your department and have them assign your classes to you.
  2. Click on Submit Grade and be sure to select the correct semester and school year.


  1. The student is not enrolled.
  2. The student have already withdrawn.
  3. In rare cases, the name of the student was corrected after the Class List was already distributed.

What you can do

  1. Have the student check her/his SIS account. Verify enrollment status with the Registrar's Office
  2. Confer with the student if her/his name was recently corrected.


  1. The student entered the University to pursue a collegiate degree prior to the implementation of the letter grade system.

What you can do

  1. Submit the grade base on the numeric grading system. Note that passing mark for student under the numeric grading system is at least 75.

No rounding off should be made in the absence of a policy. A "D" mark should be given in this case.