BASIC ED ENROLLMENT

Admission Requirements

  • • Birth Certificate (Original and Photocopy)
  • • Good Moral Certificate
  • • Form 138 or Report Card
  • • Honorable Dismissal (for transferee)
  • • 3 pieces passport size ID picture (white background)
  • • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) (for foreign students)
  • • Student Visa (for foreign students)
  • • Foreign Student Fee (for foreign students)












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ADMISSION OF KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS

Admission Qualifications

  • • Age Requirements
    For Prekinder – He/she is at least 4 years old by opening of the academic year being applied for.
    For Kindergarten 1- He/she is at least 5 years old by opening of the academic year being applied for.
  • • He/she passed the entrance examination and interview; and
  • • He/she is physically and mentally fit.

Admission Requirements

  • • Birth Certificate (Original and Photocopy)
  • • Form 138 or Report Card (if applicable)
  • • Certificate of Good Moral
  • • Certificate of Completion/ Diploma
  • • 3 pieces passport size ID picture (white background)
  • • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) (for foreign students)
  • • Student Visa (for foreign students)
  • • Foreign Student Fee (for foreign students)

Enrollment Procedure

  • 1. Accomplish the Inquiry Form at the Admissions Office. Inquiry/submission of requirements.
  • 2. Examination Payment to the Cashier.
  • 3. Student takes the entrance exam at the Student Wellness Office. The Office then checks the exam answers and provides immediate feedback.
  • 4. Principal conducts interview and decides the acceptance of the student.
  • 5. Student visits the Accounting Office for advising.
  • 6. Tuition fee payment at the Cashier.
  • 7. Availing of uniform and books at the Business Center.
  • 8. Student gets the official registration form at the Registrar’s Office.
  • 9. ID Processing & Releasing at the DES office.
  • 10. School Service coordination.

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADMISSION AND ENROLLMENT

Student enrollment is a contractual relationship between the student and the school. A student is considered officially enrolled if the tuition is paid either partially or fully. To ensure a systematic enrollment, a year level based enrollment schedule is followed.

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A. GENERAL GUIDELINES

  • • All applicants must take the SDCAT entrance examination. They will undergo an interview afterwards. Applicants must bring a copy of their most recent report card and NCAE results for further evaluation, and must be with a parent/guardian.
  • • Qualified applicants will then be assessed for enrolment.
  • • Credentials submitted for enrollment become part of the student’s permanent record and cannot be withdrawn after registration has been completed.
  • • Students are only allowed to attend classes in which they are officially enrolled. .
  • • Students can avail lockers and school services (in coordination with Basic Ed.)

B. ADMISSION OF INCOMING GRADE 11

Admission Qualifications

  • • A graduate from a duly recognized junior high school;
  • • with good moral character as attested by the certification from the Principal/Guidance Counselor or Class Adviser;.
  • • passed the entrance examination and interview; and
  • • physically and mentally fit.

Admission Requirements

  • • 3 long brown envelopes labeled, 1) Registrar’s Copy; 2) Student Wellness Office’s Copy, and 3) Academic Affairs’ copy
  • • PSA Birth Certificate (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • 3 pcs. Passport-sized picture (white background with name tag)
  • • Form 138 (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • Form 137 (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • Certificate of Good Moral Character (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • Junior High School Certificate of Completion (3 photocopies only)
  • • NCAE results (3 photocopies only)
  • • ESC/QVR certificate, if applicable (3 copies)

C. ADMISSION OF GRADE 12 TRANSFEREES

Admission Qualifications

  • • With good moral character as attested by the certification from the previous school;
  • • Passed the interview and evaluation of subjects/grades;
  • • Physically and mentally fit.

Admission Requirements

  • • 3 long brown envelopes labeled, 1) Registrar’s Copy; 2) Student Wellness Office’s Copy, and 3) Academic Affairs’ copy
  • • PSA Birth Certificate (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • 3 pcs. Passport-sized picture (white background with name tag)
  • • Grade 11 Form 138 (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • Grade 10 Form 137 (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • Certificate of Good Moral Character (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • Junior High School Certificate of Completion (3 photocopies only)
  • • NCAE results (3 photocopies only)
  • • ESC/QVR certificate, if applicable (3 copies)

D. ADMISSION OF STUDENTS FROM FOREIGN SCHOOLS

Admission Qualifications

  • • A graduate from a duly recognized secondary school or its equivalency;
  • • with good moral character as attested by the certification from the Principal/ Guidance Counselor or Class Adviser;
  • • with school credentials validated by the Philippine Consulate Office from their country;
  • • documents must be translated into English if necessary
  • • passed the entrance examination and interview; and
  • • physically and mentally fit.

Admission Requirements

  • • 3 long brown envelopes labeled, 1) Registrar’s Copy; 2) Student Wellness Office’s Copy, and 3) Academic Affairs’ copy
  • • PSA Birth Certificate (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • 3 pcs. Passport-sized picture (white background with name tag)
  • • Report card (officially validated and translated)
  • • Transcript of records (officially validated and translated)
  • • Certificate of Good Moral Character (original & 2 photocopy)
  • • Junior High School Certificate of Completion (3 photocopies only)
  • • NCAE results (3 photocopies only, if applicable)

ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE

  • 1. Initial Evaluation

    Senior High School applicants must fill out the Inquiry Form at the Admissions Office with provided admission requirements.

  • 2.Exam Payment

    Student Applicants shall pay P200.00 for the entrance exam fee.

  • 3. Examination

    The students shall take the SDCAT (St. Dominic College Admission Test) at the Enrollment Center.

  • 4. Interview

    Principal/Guidance Officer/Academic Coordinator conducts interview and evaluate the academic background of the applicant.

  • 5. Payment

    Tuition and fees shall be assessed at the Accounting Office/Enrollment Center. Student applicants shall then proceed to the Cashier for the payment of the assessed amount.

  • 6. Issuance of Registration form

    The Office of the Registrar shall issue a computerized enrollment form to the student.

  • 7. Availing of Enrollment Kit

    Students shall avail books & uniform at the Business Center.

  • 8. ID Application

    A Student ID is issued by SDCA for the student to enter the campus premises and avail of student services. New students shall proceed to the DES (Digital Education Solution) for application.

  • 9. Locker & School Service Availing

    Students may avail locker at the cashier, and school service with the Basic Ed.

HIGHER EDUCATION ADMISSION AND ENROLLMENT

Student enrollment is a contractual relationship between the student and the school. A student is considered officially enrolled if the tuition is paid either partially or fully. To ensure a systematic enrollment, a year level based enrollment schedule is followed.

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A. GENERAL GUIDELINES

  • • All applicants must take the SDCAT entrance examination and other admission requirements (interview and assessment).
  • • Qualified applicants are encouraged to enroll personally.
  • • A student is considered enrolled after the validation of the registration form.
  • • Credentials submitted for enrollment become part of the student’s permanent record and cannot be withdrawn after registration has been completed.
  • • Students are only allowed to attend classes in which they are officially enrolled.

B. ADMISSION OF INCOMING FRESHMEN Admission Qualifications

  • • A graduate from a duly recognized secondary school;
  • • with good moral character as attested by the certification from the Principal/Guidance Counselor or Class Adviser;
  • • passed the entrance examination and interview; and
  • • physically and mentally fit.

Admission Requirements

  • • Form 9 (Report Card)
  • • Original Form 10
  • • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • • PSA Birth Certificate (Original and Photocopy)
  • • Photocopy of PSA Marriage Certificate (if married)
  • • 3 pieces passport size ID pictures
  • • Contract of non-membership in a fraternity or sorority

Alternative Learning System (ALS) graduate

  • • 3 pieces passport size ID picture (white background)
  • • Original and Photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate
  • • Original and Photocopy of Marriage Certificate (if married)
  • • Original and Photocopy of Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • • Alternative Learning System (ALS) Examinee Report

C. ADMISSION OF TRANSFEREES

Admission Qualifications

  • • With good moral character as attested by the certification from the previous school;
  • • Passed the entrance examination and interview;Adviser;
  • • Physically and mentally fit.

Admission Requirements

  • • Original Transcript of Records
  • • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • • Honorable Dismissal/ Certificate of Transfer Credential
  • • PSA Birth Certificate (Original and Photocopy)
  • • Photocopy of PSA Marriage Certificate (if married)
  • • 3 pieces passport size ID pictures
  • • Contract of non-membership in a fraternity or sorority

D. ADMISSION OF FOREIGN STUDENTS

Admission Qualifications

  • • A graduate from a duly recognized secondary school or its equivalency;
  • • Age requirement
    Undergraduate 18– 29 years old
    Graduate Program 30-35 years old
  • • with good moral character as attested by the certification from the Principal/ Guidance Counselor or Class Adviser;
  • • passed the entrance examination and interview; and
  • • physically and mentally fit.

Admission Requirements

  • • High School card/Form 9/other equivalent documents
  • • Birth Certificate (Original and Photocopy)
  • • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)
  • • Police clearance from the country of origin;
  • • Medical Certificate (XRAY, CBC, Drug and HIV tests)
  • • Student Visa
  • • Photocopy of passport
  • • 3 pieces Passport size pictures
  • • Foreign Student Fee
  • • Contract of non-membership in a fraternity or sorority

ADMISSION OF CROSS-ENROLLEES

Cross-enrollees are required to bring their permit to cross enroll from their home school duly signed by the authorized academic personnel. Students officially cross-enrolled are subject to the existing rules and regulations of the school of origin and of St. Dominic College of Asia.

ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE

  • 1. Initial Evaluation College applicants must fill out the Inquiry Form at the Admissions Office.
  • 2. Examination The students shall take the SDCAT (St. Dominic College Admission Test) at the Guidance Office.
  • 3. Interview Students who successfully passed the entrance examination shall undergo interview with the Dean/Program Chair.
  • 4. Submission of Requirements After results evaluation, the student applicants are required to submit the admission requirements.
  • 5. Advising & Assessment Student applicants shall proceed to the Dean’s office for advising. The Dean or the Program Chair shall advise the student on the subjects to be enrolled based on the subjects offered for the semester.
  • 6. Payment Tuition and fees shall be assessed at the Accounting Office. Student applicants shall then proceed to the Cashier for the payment of the assessed amount.
  • 7. Issuance of Registration form The Office of the Registrar shall issue a computerized enrollment form to the student.
  • 8. ID Application A Student ID is issued by SDCA for the student to enter the campus premises and avail of student services. New students shall proceed to the DES (Digital Education Solution) for application. An old student should secure validation sticker from the Office of the Registrar.
  • 9. Medical Examination Students shall proceed to the Health Services Office for the medical examination requirements and appointment.
  • 10. Availing of Enrollment Kit

GRADUATE SCHOOL ADMISSION AND ENROLLMENT

A. APPLICATION AND ADMISSION PROCEDURES

To qualify for admission to any master’s degree program the applicant must have:

  • 1. A bachelor’s degree;
  • 2. An undergraduate GPA of 80% or 2.5 in the academic subjects from the undergraduate degree;
  • 3. Passing score in the Graduate Admission test, English Proficiency Tests and interviewed by the respective Dean/Department Chair. The Graduate School administers the GSAT for the purpose of determining the student’s proficiency in the use of the English language. The GSAT score will also be the basis for being advised to take up or not to take up a bridge course which is Academic Reading and Writing;
  • 4. A minimum of 12 to 18 (depending on the discipline) undergraduate units in which the applicant intends to do graduate studies if the Bachelor’s degree is not aligned;
  • 5. International students are expected to have a sufficient knowledge of both written and spoken English to be able to do graduate level work; and
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Admission Requirements Local Students

  • 1. Accomplished SDCA Graduate Studies Application Form
  • 2. (Three (3) colored passport size ID pictures)
  • 3. Birth Certificate (Original and Photocopy)
  • 4. Photocopy of Marriage Certificate (for married women)
  • 5. Graduate School Admission Test Fee
  • 6. Good Moral Certificate from previous school or Certificate of Employment
  • 7. Original undergraduate and graduate transcript of records bearing the original signature of the registrar and school seal. Transcripts from the Philippine schools should bear the notation, “Copy Valid for St. Dominic College of Asia”
  • 8. Certificate of Honorable Dismissal from last school attended
  • 9. Three (3) Recommendation Letter/ Form

Additional Specific Admission Requirements Foreign Students

Foreign Students

  • 1. Two (2) sets of Official Transcript of Records/Scholastic Records, duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate in the applicant’s country of origin or legal residence. A “SEEN AND NOTED” stamp on transcript of records is not acceptable.
  • 2. Two (2) sets of notarized Affidavit of Support and Proof of Adequate Financial Support to cover expenses for student’s accommodation and subsistence, school dues and other incidental expenses (Bank Statement).
  • 3. Two (2) sets of photocopy of Passport where name, photo and birth date appear.

ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE

1. Initial Evaluation

Graduate studies applicants must fill out a Graduate Studies Application Form at the Admissions Office. Each filled-out Application Form should be accompanied by:

  • • 1 pc. colored passport size ID picture
  • • Birth Certificate (Photocopy)
  • • Graduate School Admission Test Fee (800PhP).
  • • Photocopy of undergraduate and graduate transcript of records
  • • Three (3) Recommendation Letters/ Form

2. Interview

All incoming students shall undergo interview with the Dean or the Program Chair

3. Entrance Examination

Students who successfully passed the interview shall be advised to take the GSAT (Graduate School Admission Test).

4. Submission of Requirements

After results verification, accepted applicants are required to submit the following admission credentials:

  • • Original undergraduate and graduate transcript of records bearing the original signature of the registrar and school seal. Transcripts from the Philippine schools should bear the notation, “Copy Valid for St. Dominic College of Asia”
  • • Transfer Credentials/Honorable Dismissal
  • • Three (3) colored passport size ID pictures)
  • • (Birth Certificate (Original and Photocopy)
  • • Photocopy of Marriage Certificate (for married women)
  • • Good Moral Certificate from previous school or employer

International students are required to submit the following for registration:

  • • For student visa holders – valid 9 (f) visa, passport and ACR I-Card
  • • For holders of other types of visa valid for enrollment – valid visa, passport, and ACR I-Card For dual citizens – Certificate of Recognition as Filipino Citizens or Philippine Passport.
  • • Holders of other visas valid for enrollment in the Philippines will have to submit the required admission documents to the Office of the Registrar at least two weeks before the start of registration.
  • • An International Student’s Fee is charged, every enrollment, in addition to the regular tuition and fees.
  • • International students who intend to temporarily leave the Philippines must apply for an Emigration Clearance Certificate and Special Return Certificate with the Philippine Bureau of Immigration if they wish to retain their student visas.

5. After satisfying the admission requirements, the student shall proceed as follows:

Students should complete the registration process to be considered officially enrolled. The complete registration process involves:

A. ADVISING

Graduate students shall proceed to the Office of the Dean for advising. The Dean of the Graduate School or the Program Chair shall advise the student on the subjects to be enrolled based on the subjects offered for the semester.

B. PAYMENT OF THE ASSESSED FEES

Students are considered officially enrolled once they have paid the assessed amount of tuition and fees and have been issued the Official Tuition Receipt of St. Dominic College of Asia. Only officially enrolled students are allowed to attend their classes. Students shall not be allowed to receive any degree, diploma, or certificate, nor be given a transcript of academic records, unless all financial obligations have been settled.

C. ISSUANCE OF REGISTRATION FORM

The Office of the Registrar shall issue a computerized enrollment form to the student.

D. ID APPLICATION/VALIDATION

A Student ID is issued by SDCA for the student to enter the campus premises and avail of student services. New students shall proceed to the MIS application. An old student should secure validation sticker from the Office of the Registrar.

SCHOLARSHIPS

  • A. ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP
  • - Gregorio Andaman Scholarship.
  • B. ACADEMIC HONORS SCHOLARSHIP
  • - Founders Honor Award: Student topnotcher in each College.
  • - Presidential Honor Award
  • - Dean’s List Scholarship
  • C. OTHER SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS
  • - Faculty/Staff Educational Benefits.
  • - Grants-In-Aide for Families.
  • - Campus Leaders’ Benefits.
  • - Campus Journalists’ Benefits.
  • - Student-Athletes’ Scholarship.
  • - Externally-funded Scholarship Grants.

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