Tuition Policy

At the beginning of each school year, the Accounting Office publishes a general announcement which includes tuition and other fees, terms of payment and enrolment procedures.

It is the student’s right to know that no money may be collected by any member of the faculty or administration, or by any person in charge of the laboratory shop. All monetary transactions are carried out only by the Accounting Office.

Terms of Payment

  1. All fees except tuition, are to be paid upon registration.
  2. Tuition fees may be paid either in full or on a installment basis.
  3. Payment by installments: 2/5ths of the tuition is due before the Prelims, another 2/5ths before the Midterms and full payment before the Final Examinations.


Any student desiring to discontinue his studies during the semester or summer term, must notify the Academic Dean and secure at once “Petition for dropping subjects” from the same office. His petition to drop his subjects shall be effective only when the form is duly accomplished and filed with the Accounting Office.

Students withdrawing from the college after they have officially enrolled shall be charged for their fees according to the rules promulgated by the CHED (see Manual of Regulation for Private School, sec. VIII, par.137).

“When a student registers in a school, it is understood that he is enrolling for the entire school year for elementary and secondary courses, and for the entire semester for the collegiate course. A student who transfers or withdraws before the first week of classes is charged the registration fee. If he withdraws within the first week of classes, he is charged 10% of the total amount due for the term and 20% if he withdraws within the second week of classes whether or not he has actually attended classes. The student may be charged all the fees in full if he withdraws anytime after the second week of classes. However, if the transfer or withdrawal is due to a justifiable reason (such as serious illness) the student should be charged the pertinent fees up to and including the last month of attendance.

The same rule will be followed in summer with the understanding that two (2) class days of summer are equivalent to one week of the regular semester.