OEVPFCT

Mode of Paying Tuition and Fees

  1. Cash, Personal Check or Manager's Check

    1. For security reasons, payment by check is encouraged.
    2. Post dated, state dated and/or overstated checks are not accepted.
    3. The authorized signatory must sign any check alteration.
    4. The following information shall be written correctly at the back of the check: Student name, ID Number, Course/College, Telephone No./Mobile No. and Home Address
    5. The Student Services Section of the Finance & Accounting Office will automatically cancel the Official Receipt of those whose checks were returned/dishonored by the bank for whatever reason.
    6. Replacement for returned/dishonored checks shall be in cash or manager's check and shall be paid to the Cashier at the Finance & Accounting Office only.

  2. Over-the counter Collection Facility with any UCPB, Union Bank and Metrobank Branch

    1. This is a collection facility of UCPB, Union Bank or Metrobank wherein all its participating branches nationwide will be accepting payments of tuition and fees in behalf of De La Salle University.
    2. The following documents must be presented to the bank teller in order for the payment to be accepted: Photocopy of Enrollment Assessment Form (EAF) and two accomplished copies of the Bills Payment Slip (BPS). Printed copies of BPS are available at Finance & Accounting Office or any UCPB, Union Bank or Metrobank branches or this can be filled up and printed by the student from:
      - http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/offices/accounting/payments/_pdf/ucpb-bps.pdf
      - http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/offices/accounting/payments/_pdf/unionbank-bps.pdf
      - http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/offices/accounting/payments/_pdf/metrobank-bps.pdf
    3. Payments can be made in the form of cash and/or checks either local or regional checks. Check payments will be accepted with the clearing cut-off time of 1:00 PM by the receiving bank. Checks received after the clearing cut-off time shall be considered as payment on the following banking day. The date of receipt shall be based on the date indicated on the machine validation on the BPS and on the bank collection report.
    4. Post dated, state dated and/or overstated checks are not accepted.
    5. The authorized signatory must sign any check alteration.
    6. The following information shall be written correctly at the back of the check: Student name, ID Number, Course/College, Telephone No./Mobile No. and Home Address
    7. The Payor should not forget to get the second copy of the validated BPS from the teller as proof of receipt of payment.
    8. The DLSU official receipt will be available for pick up at Student Services Section of Finance & Accounting Office after three (3) working days after the Cashiering Section of the Finance & Accounting Office receives a transmittal report from the participating banks, or the student may present immediately the validated BPS to the Student Services Section for the issuance of Official Receipt by the Cashier of the Finance & Accounting Office.
    9. Original Enrollment Assessment Form (EAF) will be submitted to the Student Services Section of the Finance & Accounting Office.
    10. The Student Services Section of the Finance & Accounting Office will automatically cancel the Official Receipt of those whose checks were returned/dishonored by the bank for whatever reason.
    11. Replacement for returned/dishonored checks shall be in cash or manager's check and shall be paid to the Cashier at the Finance & Accounting Office only.

  3. Credit Card Payment

    1. Any Mastercard or VISA card through straight payment is acceptable as mode of payment for tuition and fees. Only one (1) swipe per card and up to a maximum of two (2) credit cards are allowed per student.
    2. Payment through credit card may be made only to the Cashier at the Finance and Accounting Office.

  4. Debit Card Payment

    1. Payment through ATM via debit to savings account are acceptable as mode of payment for tuition and fees.

  5. Full Payment

    1. Total tuition and fees for freshmen, transferees and cross-enrollees for the particular term must be paid in full.
    2. Graduating students and upperclassmen with assessments of Php 12, 000.00 and below must be paid in full.
    3. Students in all year levels must be paid in full during summer classes.

  6. Installment Basis

    1. Payment may be in cash, credit card, personal check , or manager's check.
    2. Over the counter facility with UCPB or Union Bank and payment through credit card are acceptable but only on the first payment. The second payment shall be made only to the Cashier at the Finance & Accounting Office.
    3. An installment fee of P200.00 will be charged to the students.
    4. Computation of 1st Payment:
    5. Undergraduate: 60% of total assessment but should not be lower than PhP 12,000.00, + installment fee.
    6. The balance is payable on or before the set deadline.
    7. Sample Computation of Balance:
    8. Assessment as per EAF: P52,690.00
      Add: Manual Assessments:  
      Installment Fee: P200.00
      Total Assessment: P52,890.00
         
      1st Payment on Installment:  
      (P52,690 x 60%) P31,614.00
      Installment Fee: P200.00
      P31,814.00
         
      2nd Payment Balance Due:  
      (P52,690 x 40%) P21,076.00

      Note: Late payment, installment, and surcharges are separate assessments.

    9. Students paying on installment basis who fail to pay the balance on the stipulated deadline will be allowed to complete the remainder of the term. However, such students will not be allowed to enroll for the next trimester and their transcript of records and transfer credentials, certifications and other documents will be withheld until the balance is paid. In addition, a surcharge will be imposed upon payment of the balance.

  7. Late Payment Fees

    1. On the Initial Payment: A deadline is set for paying the fees without surcharge. A Late Registration Fee (LRF) is imposed if payment is made after the deadline:
    2. Start of Classes: P 200.00
      2nd Week: 300.00
      3rd Week: 400.00
      Beyond 3rd Week 400.00
      + 100.00/working day of delay
    3. Students with scholarships must submit to the Student Services window their Financial Assistance Certification from Office of Admissions and Scholarships (OAS) within the set deadline; otherwise, they will also be subjected to late payment fees.

  8. On the Balance

    1. Any payment of the balances beyond the deadline will incur a penalty. The surcharge to be imposed is as follows:
Payment Within the 1st Week after the deadline: P 100.00
Payment Within the 2nd Week after the deadline: 200.00
Payment Beyond 2 weeks after the deadline: 300.00
but in no case shall it exceed 500.00

*Only the Cashier at the Accounting Office is authorized by the University to receive Payments.

*Payments made to unauthorized persons will not be honored.