De La Salle University provides financial assistance to Filipino students who meet specific criteria for eligibility. The selection of grantees is done by the University Scholarship Council based on the following factors/criteria:
Financial Need. Only those whose annual family income is less than PhP 700,000 will be considered.
Academic Competence. The Council will take into consideration the applicant's high school grades and DLSU College Admission Test (DLSU CAT) results.
Interview Result. Only shortlisted applicants will be invited to report for an interview in February.
Processing of financial assistance applications will begin after the list of accepted freshman applicants has been officially released by the Office of Admissions and Scholarships (OAS) in January. However, acceptance into the University does not necessarily guarantee that financial assistance will be given to the applicant. The number of students to be granted financial assistance will depend on the number of available slots for the degree program. Financial assistance can be given to only one grantee per family.
The initial results of financial assistance applications will be released in February. Applicants who fail to receive any notification regarding their application may inquire at the OAS through firstname.lastname@example.org. Final results of the interview will be released in March.
Once awarded, the grants are renewable every trimester. Grantees are required to meet certain academic standards and to abide by the policies prescribed by the OAS. Grantees may be required to render service/research assistantship beginning their sophomore year.
The financial aid program usually includes tuition and fees only, although a donor may provide other forms of assistance, such as book and living allowances.
FOR FURTHER INQUIRIES, APPLICANTS MAY VISIT OR CALL:
Office of the Admissions and Scholarships (OAS)
De La Salle University
2401 Taft Avenue, Manila
Tel. Nos. (632) 536-0225 or 524-4611 local 162