User login

The Current Shifting Procedure

  1. The shifting applicant gets a shifting form from the registrars office.
  2. The filled up shifting form is submitted for approval and release by the HOME division.
  3. Upon approving the course shift, the evaluator / program chair or director logs in to the AIS and opens the Evaluation web page. The evaluator then searches for the student, views the student registration and clicks the RELEASE STUDENT button.
    (Note: Releasing the students puts him/her on the OPEN list and will make his records accessible by other school units/divisions.)
  4. The student submits the shifting form to the RECEIVING division for evaluation and  approval.
  5. Upon approval, the RECEIVING division creates the student registration (reservation). The creating user must indicate the new course,year level, max load and section to be enrolled in correctly.

(Note: Creating the student registration/reservation will remove the student from the OPEN list and will prevent the student record from being accessed by other school units/divisions.)


I Forgot My password again

The following is a step by step guide on how to request a new password for the Academic Information System (AIS)

  1. Click Request new password link found above the Login button or click here to request new password.
  2. Enter your username or email address associated with your AIS account in the field (textbox).
  3. Click E-mail new password.
  4. Open your Email.
  5. Check your Inbox or Junk/Spam folder.
  6. Look for  an email with a subject: "Replacement login information for your username at Academic Information System‏".
  7. Follow the instructions provided in the email.

Note:

  1. The above guide is applicable to those who have set their email address in Academic Information System (AIS).
  2. Those who have not set  their email address must go to the MIS Office (Room F605A, Finster Hall) to have their password changed and their email address set.
  3. MIS Personnel are not allowed to change AIS passwords over the phone.
  4. Those who have difficulty in following the above guide must personally go the MIS Office.
  5. For more inquiries, Please call the MIS office at   221-2411 Local 8280.