STUDY LOAD

  1. Regular Student. Regular students need to enroll with the number of units prescribed in the curriculum in which he/she is enrolled at.
  2. Probation. Student who are under probation are limited to carry a minimum of fifteen (15) units and a maximum of eighteen (18) units
  3. Working Students. Generally, working students are only allowed to carry eighteen (18) units per semester. However, it may be adjusted at the discretion of the Department Head and the College President.
  4. Summer Classes. Study load for summer classes is limited to nine (9) units only
  5. Graduating Students. Graduating students may be allowed upon request to carry an excess of three (3) to six (6) units of study load, subject to the approval of the Department Head, and the College President.

STUDY LOAD

  1. Regular Student. Regular students need to enroll with the number of units prescribed in the curriculum in which he/she is enrolled at.
  2. Probation. Student who are under probation are limited to carry a minimum of fifteen (15) units and a maximum of eighteen (18) units
  3. Working Students. Generally, working students are only allowed to carry eighteen (18) units per semester. However, it may be adjusted at the discretion of the Department Head and the College President.
  4. Summer Classes. Study load for summer classes is limited to nine (9) units only
  5. Graduating Students. Graduating students may be allowed upon request to carry an excess of three (3) to six (6) units of study load, subject to the approval of the Department Head, and the College President.

TARDINES AND ABSENCES

  1. Absences are permitted but should not exceed the following;
    10 absences for a 3-unit course meeting 3 times a week
    7 absences for a 3-unit course meeting 2 times a week
    3 absences for a course which meets once a week
    For courses with more than 3 units, allowable number
    of absences is obtained by multiplying the number of
    unit-hours by three and adding one.
  2. There are no excused absences. Any considerations will be subject
    to the approval of the teacher and Dean of Student Affairs.
  3. Students are considered absent if they are fifteen (15) minutes late
    in class.
  4. Lateness, if incurred three (3) times is considered as one absence.
  5. Missed classes due to late enrolment are considered absences.
  6. During summer classes, which classes are everyday Monday up to
    Friday, absences will not exceed to 5.

EXAMINATIONS

  1. Tagoloan Community College has 4 general examinations. They are; preliminary, midterm, semi-final, and final examinations.
  2. A student will not be allowed to take any of the major exams unless he/she presents his/her exam permit duly signed by the Cashier, Assessment, and the Bookkeeper.
  3. Tampered exam permits or using other student’s exam permit shall be severely punished.
  4. On delayed examinations, a student who fails to take the exam shall be given a grade of Incomplete (INC). A student shall be given an entire semester to comply with his/her exams. Otherwise, his/her INC mark will automatically be changed to 5.0.
  5. Application fr delayed examinations shall be filed to the Department Head and Dean of the College. Valid reasons such as; a) failure to pay tuition fees b) sickness c) death of relatives will not be collected with a Delayed Exam Fee. Students with invalid reasons shall be charged P100 as Delayed Exam Fee to be paid at the Finance Office.
  6. There is no special quiz only special exams.

TARDINES AND ABSENCES

  1. Absences are permitted but should not exceed the following;
    10 absences for a 3-unit course meeting 3 times a week
    7 absences for a 3-unit course meeting 2 times a week
    3 absences for a course which meets once a week
    For courses with more than 3 units, allowable number
    of absences is obtained by multiplying the number of
    unit-hours by three and adding one.
  2. There are no excused absences. Any considerations will be subject to the approval of the teacher and Dean of Student Affairs.
  3. Students are considered absent if they are fifteen (15) minutes late in class.
  4. Lateness, if incurred three (3) times is considered as one absence.
  5. Missed classes due to late enrolment are considered absences.
  6. During summer classes, which classes are everyday Monday up to Friday, absences will not exceed to 5.

EXAMINATIONS

  1. Tagoloan Community College has 4 general examinations. They are; preliminary, midterm, semi-final, and final examinations.
  2. A student will not be allowed to take any of the major exams unless he/she presents his/her exam permit duly signed by the Cashier, Assessment, and the Bookkeeper.
  3. Tampered exam permits or using other student’s exam permit shall be severely punished.
  4. On delayed examinations, a student who fails to take the exam shall be given a grade of Incomplete (INC). A student shall be given an entire semester to comply with his/her exams. Otherwise, his/her INC mark will automatically be changed to 5.0.
  5. Application fr delayed examinations shall be filed to the Department Head and Dean of the College. Valid reasons such as; a) failure to pay tuition fees b) sickness c) death of relatives will not be collected with a Delayed Exam Fee. Students with invalid reasons shall be charged P100 as Delayed Exam Fee to be paid at the Finance Office.
  6. There is no special quiz only special exams.

GRADING SYSTEM

The cumulative grading system will be followed. It is computed at the end of the term based on quizzes, long test, official examination, homework and/or assignments, periodical tests, recitations, projects, and on evidence upon which the instructor ca gauge the student’s general performance

Allocation of Grade Percentage for Midterm and Finals

Quizzes              –40%

Term Exams       –40%

PRAA                  -20%              

                            100%      

Quality Point Average (QPA)

The QPA is computed by multiplying the number of units by the equivalent grade for each academic subject, adding the products, and dividing the sum by the total number of academic units for which the student is registered.

Other Descriptive Equivalents

 D–        Dropped

DA–      Dropped Due to Absences

NG–      No Grade

NFE–    No Final Exam

INC–    Given to those who have not complied with an important requirement (e.g projects, long quizzes, unfinished OJT hours, Thesis and the like)

Allocation of Grade Percentage for Midterm and Finals

Quizzes              –40%

Term Exams       –40%

PRAA                  -20%              

                            100%      

Quality Point Average (QPA)

The QPA is computed by multiplying the number of units by the equivalent grade for each academic subject, adding the products, and dividing the sum by the total number of academic units for which the student is registered.

Other Descriptive Equivalents

 D–        Dropped

DA–      Dropped Due to Absences

NG–      No Grade

NFE–    No Final Exam

INC–    Given to those who have not complied with an important requirement (e.g projects, long quizzes, unfinished OJT hours, Thesis and the like)

GRADING SYSTEM

The cumulative grading system will be followed. It is computed at the end of the term based on quizzes, long test, official examination, homework and/or assignments, periodical tests, recitations, projects, and on evidence upon which the instructor ca gauge the student’s general performance

Allocation of Grade Percentage for Midterm and Finals

Quizzes              –40%

Term Exams       –40%

PRAA                  -20%              

                            100%      

Quality Point Average (QPA)

The QPA is computed by multiplying the number of units by the equivalent grade for each academic subject, adding the products, and dividing the sum by the total number of academic units for which the student is registered.

Other Descriptive Equivalents

 D–        Dropped

DA–      Dropped Due to Absences

NG–      No Grade

NFE–    No Final Exam

INC–    Given to those who have not complied with an important requirement (e.g projects, long quizzes, unfinished OJT hours, Thesis and the like)

GRADE COMPUTATION

FINAL GRADE = (Midterm Equivalent Grade x 1/3)+ (Final Equivalent Grade x 2/3)

Equivalent grade scale is based on the following norms:

GRADE COMPUTATION

FINAL GRADE = (Midterm Equivalent Grade x 1/3)+ (Final Equivalent Grade x 2/3)

Equivalent grade scale is based on the following norms:

RELEASING OF GRADES

Students can view and print thier individual grades in thier respective SIS account (available at www.sis.tagoloan.edu.ph)

RELEASING OF GRADES

Students can view and print thier individual grades in thier respective SIS account (available at www.sis.tagoloan.edu.ph)

EXTRA CURRICULAR

ACTIVITIES

Aside from the Student Council and the Department Officers, students are also encouraged to form their own organizations that are related to their respective courses (e.g. English club, Math club, Young Entrepreneurs club, etc) or those that promote their holistic development as individuals and persons in the community (e.g. music club, debating team, environmental clubs, judo team, peer councilors).
The proposal for creating a new organization should be submitted to the Office of the Student Affairs for prior approval. The school will not
recognize the official existence of an organization if no proposal and approval has been made to the DSA.

Upon approval of an organization, the members are expected to elect their officials, make a proposal of planned activities of the entire school year, and a charter to be submitted upon completion to the DSA for documentation. Organizations are expected to abide by the policies of the school. If there will be official activities of the group, they should ask permission from the school authorities most especially if the activities will require the use of school property and will be conducted outside school premises. The DSA will be the umbrella of all the organizations in school. All concerns and documentations should be forwarded to the said office for monitoring.

Extra-curricular organizations are groups concerned with the promotion and development of leadership, social awareness and fellowship for constructive purposes, and initiates activities like publication and issues advocacy; community service and sports; and socio-cultural, socio-political, socio-economic, and other special projects.

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Aside from the Student Council and the Department Officers, students are also encouraged to form their own organizations that are related to their respective courses (e.g. English club, Math club, Young Entrepreneurs club, etc) or those that promote their holistic development as individuals and persons in the community (e.g. music club, debating team, environmental clubs, judo team, peer councilors).
The proposal for creating a new organization should be submitted to the Office of the Student Affairs for prior approval. The school will not
recognize the official existence of an organization if no proposal and approval has been made to the DSA.

Upon approval of an organization, the members are expected to elect their officials, make a proposal of planned activities of the entire school year, and a charter to be submitted upon completion to the DSA for documentation. Organizations are expected to abide by the policies of the school. If there will be official activities of the group, they should ask permission from the school authorities most especially if the activities will require the use of school property and will be conducted outside school premises. The DSA will be the umbrella of all the organizations in school. All concerns and documentations should be forwarded to the said office for monitoring.

Extra-curricular organizations are groups concerned with the promotion and development of leadership, social awareness and fellowship for constructive purposes, and initiates activities like publication and issues advocacy; community service and sports; and socio-cultural, socio-political, socio-economic, and other special projects.

  1.  Bonafide sophomore, junior and senior students who are currently enrolled may become members of Student Organizations. Freshmen are encouraged to join organizations but should not run for any office.
  2. A student is only allowed with a maximum membership of three (3) organizations of his/her choice.
  1. Must be a bonafide student of the college.
  2. A student filing for candidacy should have a GPA of 2.3 for the semester prior to the election, and maintain GPA of not less than 2.5
  3. Have had school residency of two (2) semesters prior to the candidacy.
  4. Graduating students of the next semester are not eligible to be elected as Treasurer and Auditor.
  1. Letter of intent
  2. List of duly elected officers for the current school year
  3. Bio-data and 1 x 1 ID picture of elected officers
  4. Organization’s Constitution and By-laws
  5. Proposed Program of Activities duly endorsed by the Dean
  6. It should be a school based organization
  1. Qualifications. The adviser should be a regular /full-time college faculty member for SBO and full-time faculty member for other organizations.
  2. Term. The adviser shall serve for a term of one (1) year or so upon the recommendation of the Dean and the officers/members
    of the organization with the approval of the DSA.

1. Recognized student organization shall maintain a general plan of activities for the current school year approved by the faculty adviser and College Dean and submitted to DSA office.
2. Student organization granted approval to hold affairs outside the school should have the presence of the faculty adviser of the organization throughout the affairs.
3. A student or group of students is not allowed to address a class for any activity without the approval of the Dean/ DSA office.
4. A student or group of students is not allowed to attend a convention or seminar as a school delegate without the school’s authorization, or to compete in any contest as a school representative without the approval of the President.
5. In all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities within the campus, a letter should be submitted to the DSA for approval.
6. In all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities outside the campus, a letter of permission shall be submitted to the DSA for approval. If the request is not approved and the organization still pushes through with the activity, then it shall not be considered as a school activity. In effect, the school shall not be held responsible if any accidents or crimes occur in the duration of said activity.
7. There shall be no student activities one week prior to the midterm exam and two weeks prior to final examinations.