UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION for Academic Year 2017-2018
(T2 & T3)

 

Please read and understand all the policies and procedures stated below:
Online Admission Facility (OAF)

De La Salle University in its continuous efforts to make the undergraduate application procedure updated, accessible and convenient to students interested in taking the DLSU College Admission Test (DCAT) introduces the Online Admission Facility (OAF).  The OAF is a full online application facility wherein an applicant will be able to pay, fill out the application form, submit the requirements and secure the test permit online.

The Application Procedure is a two-step process:

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Eligibility for Application

An applicant must be any one of the following:

  1. A 4th year secondary school student (based locally) or previous graduates of schools covered by DepEd Order No. 42, S. 2015; (www.depws.gov.ph/sites/default/files/2015/DO_S2015_42.pdf)

  2. A Grade 12 student who graduated prior to AY 2016-2017 (if based abroad) who have not taken any college course;
  3. A Grade 12 student graduated at the end of Academic Year 2016-2017;

  4. Passer of the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT), Alternative Learning System (ALS)or Non-Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency (NFEA&E) Program following DepEd regulations and therefore certified eligible for admission to college/tertiary level;

  5. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) result holder who has met DLSU criteria; click here: to see the guidelines 
    NOTE: If SAT scores are submitted but failed to meet DLSU criteria, the applicant will no longer be allowed to take the DLSU Admission Test for the current application.

 

Application Procedures

  1. Complete the Registration process (Stage 1) via the OAF accessible here:

    1.1. Create an Account using a valid email address to register



  2. Complete the Application Process (Stage 2) starting 04  October to 03 November 2017 via the OAF accessible here:

    2.1. Create an Account using a valid email address to register
    2.2. Personal Information
    2.3. Application Fee

          2.3.1. Pay the non-refundable admission processing fee of PhP600.00 for  Filipino citizens (including               those who are dual citizens) or PhP 2,500.00  for non-Filipino citizens. The processing fee for graduates               of Philippine public high schools is waived.  The modes of payment include:

                2.3.1.1. Over-the-counter deposit at any Metrobank or Union Bank branches nationwide. Please allow at                        least three (3) banking days for payment to be cleared. Lead time must be considered in ensuring                        the whole application process is completed.
                2.3.1.2. Online Credit Card Payment via MASTERCARD/VISA

    2.4. Contact Details
    2.5. Parent/Guardian Information
    2.6. Academic Information

                  Please prepare a clear scanned copy of the following (in JPEG format):
          2.6.1 High School ID card with photo or Equivalent valid ID with photo
          2.6.1 Colored passport size photo taken within 6 months, in white background, with neutral facial expression               and both eyes open, must not be wearing eyeglasses or colored contact lenses, and with ears exposed               if religious customs does not prohibit

    2.7. Program Preference
    2.8. Upload all Application Documentary Requirements Please allot reasonable lead time to secure the following        requirements/documents and to prepare a clear scanned copy of each (in JPEG format) in time for the        Application process deadline.

          2.8.1. Proof of Citizenship as defined below:
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          2.8.2. Scholastic Record
                2.8.2.1. Graduate of Secondary school must upload the:
                       2.8.2.1.1. 4th year Final High School Report Card (for applicants based locally)
                       2.8.2.1.2. Transcript of Records or General Certificate of Secondary Education
                                      (for applicants based abroad)

                2.8.2.2. Grade 12 student graduated at the end of Academic Year 2016-2017 must upload the:
                       2.8.2.2.1. Secondary Scholastic Record following DLSU format accessible at this Link
                       2.8.2.2.2. Transcript of Records (for applicants based abroad)
                       2.8.2.2.3. Certificate of Rating for Passer of the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT),                                   Alternative Learning System (ALS) or Non-Formal Education Accreditation and                                   Equivalency (NFE A&E) Program for non-Secondary graduates only
                       2.8.2.2.4. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) result for Applicants who opt to use SAT Scores in lieu of                                   taking the DLSU College Admissions Test (DCAT)ust upload the SAT score report

    2.9. Accomplish the items on self-declaration 
    2.10. Choose your Test Date and Testing Venue:
    2.11. Print Test Permit

  3. Take the DLSU College Admissions Test (Stage 3) on the scheduled date, time, and venue as printed on the Test Permit. All applicants must bring the Test Permit and school ID (or equivalent valid ID) on testing day. Guidelines and reminders stated on the test permit must be strictly followed.

  4. Admission results will be released on Wednesday November 29, 2017.

          
  5. Download the Printable Version here

                   

IMPORTANT REMINDERS:

  1. Please keep all original hardcopies of the documentary requirements.  They are necessary and form part of the requirements during confirmation of enrollment.
  2. Any false information given and/or fraudulent document uploaded into the online admission facility will automatically nullify the application and permanently disbar the applicant from pursuing any level of study at De La Salle University.
  3. Test result will be withheld for applicants with incomplete requirements and/or who failed to comply with the specifications of the documentary requirements (e.g. unclear/unreadable scanned copies).  To avoid such inconvenience, inquiries may be sent to admissions@dlsu.edu.ph with the Subject Heading: Online Application Concerns.
  4. Kindly take note of the reminders provided in the test permit.
  5. Please complete the application process early in order to avoid unnecessary inconveniences.

 

For inquiries and concerns, please contact:
Office of Admissions and Scholarships
Second Floor, Henry Sy, Sr. Hall 
De La Salle University 
2401 Taft Avenue 
1004 Manila, Philippines

Tel: (632) 523-4230 (Direct) or 524-4611 to 19 local 166 or 167
Office Hours:
Mondays to Fridays: 8:00 am - 12 noon; 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Saturdays: 8:00 am - 12 noon only

E-mail: admissions@dlsu.edu.ph
For information on scholarships, please click here

  

 

IMPORTANT LINKS

Online Admission Facility (OAF)
Undergraduate Academic Programs and Plans
Secondary Scholastic Record
External Testing Centers