High School Graduates-students to be eligible for admission to a tertiary program must be graduates of a secondary program taken in a public or a private school having government recognition.
Admission of sophomores, juniors, and seniors (including transferees) will be based on grades in the previous semester. Subject load will be based on the following:
- Those without failures will be allowed to take full load;
- Those with one (1) failing mark shall be allowed to take full load. In case he still obtains a failing mark in the following semester, his next semester load shall be limited to a maximum of 21 units per semester.
- Those with two (2) failures shall be limited to a maximum of 18 units per semester;
- Those with three (3) failures shall be limited to a maximum of 15 units per semester; and
- Those with four (4) failures shall be limited to a maximum of 12 units per semester.
Students from foreign institutions may be admitted only after credits in eligibility have been evaluated and determined by the Commission of Higher Education (CHED) and upon submission of the permit to enroll both from CHED and the Bureau of Immigration (BI).
Students who have not yet graduated from high school but who have completed at least 11 curriculum years in elementary and secondary programs in other countries may be favorably considered for admission to a tertiary education program at the discretion of the University.