Cancellation of Enrollment
Students may officially cancel their enrollment provided that:
- Classes have not yet started;
- They have filed a duly accomplished cancellation form at the Office of the Registrar.
Discontinuance of studies may be caused by:
- Voluntary petition by the student for the issuance of the Certificate of Transfer Credential or Honorable Dismissal;
- Decision of the College/University based on legal and/or reasonable grounds to discontinue studies and/or deny re-admission to the College/University.
Students may withdraw officially all or some of their course/s after the enrollment period, provided that:
- They have not incurred more than 20% absences of the prescribed number of class or laboratory periods during the semester without valid reason.
- They have duly accomplished their request form to withdraw their course/s. They will be given a mark of withdrawn (W/D) which is not counted academically against them. Forms of authorized withdrawal of enrollment can be obtained from the Office of the Registrar. Charges for cancellation or withdrawal of enrollment are specified under Payments and Fees. After having been enrolled, students maybe allowed to change their academic loads within the enrollment period for the following valid reasons:
- Erroneous evaluation;
- Change of class schedule;
- Personal circumstances (such as sickness; change of residence; change of work; etc.)
Grounds for Non-readmission of Students
Students have the right to be enrolled for the entire duration of their degree program; however, their re-admission may be legally denied, pursuant to pertinent laws, on the following grounds (pp. 413-426, Education Law and the Private Schools 2009 Sarmiento):
- Academic deficiency (violation of or non- qualification of retention policy);
- Closure of program/course;
- Failure to meet financial obligations;
- Diseases/health reasons;
- Violation of school rules