ENROLLMENT

1: Enrollment procedure. To enroll in Tagoloan Community College, an applicant must take and pass the College Entrance Examination.

2: Enrollment Proper. Enrollment instructions are given during the enrollment period and this must be followed by the applicants, upper classmen, transferees and grantees of any scholarships as prescribed by the department in charge.

ENROLLMENT

1: Enrollment procedure. To enroll in Tagoloan Community College, an applicant must take and pass the College Entrance Examination.

2: Enrollment Proper. Enrollment instructions are given during the enrollment period and this must be followed by the applicants, upper classmen, transferees and grantees of any scholarships as prescribed by the department in charge.

ENROLLMENT FLOW

1. Get the exam result from the guidance Office. (For New Student)

2. Get the enrollment form to the Office of the Registrar,

                Secure also the ID number

(There is a designated room assigned for the ID).

4. Pay the enrollment at the cashier.

5. Let it be posted at the Assessment Office

6. Secure signature to the following:

a. Dean of student affairs (DSA)

b. Guidance Counselor

c. NSTP/ROTC coordinator

d. School Nurse

e. School President

7. Registrar’s Office for Registration and Validation.

8. Submit the Dean’s copy to the Department Head.

ENROLLMENT FLOW

1. Get the exam result from the guidance Office. (For New Student)

2. Get the enrollment form to the Office of the Registrar, Secure also the ID number (There is a designated room assigned for the ID).

4. Pay the enrollment at the cashier.

5. Let it be posted at the Assessment Office

6. Secure signature to the following:

a. Dean of student affairs (DSA)

b. Guidance Counselor

c. NSTP/ROTC coordinator

d. School Nurse

e. School President

7. Registrar’s Office for Registration and Validation.

8. Submit the Dean’s copy to the Department Head.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT

REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT

  1. Report Card or Form 138

  2. Clear Copy of Birth Certificate – NSO Generated

  3. Certificate of Good Moral Character

  4. 3 Copies 2×2 colored ID picture

  5. Marriage Contract-NSO Generated (For Married Students)

  6. Letter of Recommendation

  7. Barangay Clearance (Original)

  8. Residential Certificate of Parents (Photocopy)

  9. Voters ID of Parents and/or Student (Photocopy)

  10. Letter of Inten

1. Certificate of Transfer

2. Transcript of Records

3. Clear Copy of Birth Certificate – NSO Generated

4. 3 copies 2×2 colored ID picture

5. Marriage Contract-NSO Generated (For Married Students)

6. Certificate of Good Moral Character

7. Letter of Recommendation

8. Brangay Clearance (Original)

9. Residential Certificate of Parents (Photocopy)

10. Voters ID of Parents and/or Student (Photocopy)

11. Letter of Intent

Temporary enrollment may be allowed on a case-to-case basis subject to the approval of the College Dean in consultation of the College Registrar. Thus, a student enrolled shall be requested to sign a waiver to comply with the required transfer credentials within a specific period to be determined by the College Registrar. Non-compliance with the requirements shall not entitle the student to any credit of the subject enrolled m and any payment made therefore shall be forfeited in favor of the College.

There is an announce schedule for adding and changing of subjects. A student may, with the permission of the instructor and approval of the college Dean, change subject(s) by filing out a prescribed form. All changes must be reported to the Registrar, Finance and Assessment for the necessary adjustments.

Only those students who accomplished the official form with due approval from the instructor, College Registrar and respective college Deans are considered as officially dropped in the course provided that they have made it during the specified period as its is set by the authority. Unofficially dropped subjects will be marked as D (Dropped). Request for dropping will not be entertained after the specified period.

Late enrollees will be charged fifty pesos (P50.00) per day. Penalty is subject to change. Late enrollees are those who file their enrollment documents one week after the official opening of classes.

Transfer Credentials or Honorable Dismissals are given to those students who withdraw voluntarily provided that their dismissal is not due to disciplinary sanctions and clearance is presented signed by the authorities concerned. Withdrawal will take effect on the completion date of clearance.

A student may withdraw from the course he / she enrolled at but penalties shall be charged:

 

     Before the opening of classes-registration fee:

     Within the 1st week of classes-10% of the total amount due for the term

     Within the 2nd week of classes-20% of the total amount due for the term  

     Within the 3rd week of classes-30% of the total amount due for the term

 

      After the 3rd week of classes-100% of the total amount due for the term

Students who drop for personal reasons may be re-admitted to college upon submission of:

-Marriage contract for those who changed status

-Certification of good health for those who are physically indisposed

-Clearance from the Dean of student affairs for those who dropped for disciplinary reasons.

Students seeking admission/readmission to the college with pending criminal cases will not be accepted.

Any student who has a pending case with the DSA will not be re-admitted for the next term or summer until such case have been decided on his favor.

Students will be given a grade slip containing his/her academic performance for that particular semester. Students should take care of their grade slip and responsible to reproduce of what ever purposes it may serve. A fee of P50.00 will be charged every time a student requests for another grade slip