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The Office of the University Registrar is a part of the university's academic set-up and policy-making body. As a service department to the students, faculty and administration, this office secures/maintains the integrity of student's record. This office is directly responsible for the enrollment of students every term. It is also in charge of the evaluation of subjects and credits and the certification of students' eligibility for graduation. Other services include the issuance of student record s such as diploma, transcript of records and certifications.

Records and Evaluation Section Registrar Special Operation Section

The Office of the Registrar is open every:
  • Monday to Thursday
  • 8 am to 12 pm
  • 1 pm to 6 pm

  • Friday
  • 8 am to 12 pm
  • 1 pm to 5 pm

  • Saturday
  • 8 am to 12 pm

Students with excellent grades in all academic subjects for both degree and non-degree courses deserve recognition through the publication of the Honors List at the end of every semester of each school year. To qualify for the Honors List, a student should meet the following criteria:
  1. Academic load must be at least 75% of the total number of units as prescribed in the curriculum during the semester, i.e., must not drop any subject prescribed in the curriculum;
  2. no grade below 3.0 in any academic subject;
  3. must have passed NSTP, and INTRO subjects; and
  4. must not have been sanctioned of suspension.

  • Transcript of Records (TOR)
  • A graduate, a former student, or a current student of the university may request for Transcript of Records (TOR).
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    Transcript of Records

  • E-transcript
  • Graduates may now request for their TORs and obtain them right on their doorstep through E-transcript, a time-saving, efficient and innovative service. They may access www.e-transcript.com.ph and fill out the downloadable request forms or call +6324592145. Requests will be accepted Mondays through Fridays from 8 am to 5 pm. Payments may be made through Globe G-Cash and bank deposit.

    TORs may be delivered anywhere in the Philippines. Overseas delivery may also be arranged. The service fee is dependent on the university's processing fee and the location where the document will be delivered.

  • Certifications
  • (Grades/ Enrollment/ Graduation /Medium of Instruction/ GPA/ Earned Units/Course Description)
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  • CHED Certification, Authentication, and Verification (CHAV)
  • A graduate, a former student, or a current student of the university may request for the CAV from CHED for study or work abroad.
    • Two (2) clear / powder copies of Transcript of Records (TOR)
    • Two (2) reduced photocopies of Diploma
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    CHED Certification, Authentication, and Verification (CHAV)

  • Diploma
  • Diplomas shall only be issued once. In case the diploma gets lost or is damaged, a duplicate copy may be requested by the graduate.
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  • Transfer Credentials
  • Transfer credential (or Honorable Dismissal) is requested when a student wishes to transfer to another school. It shall be issued only once.
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    Transfer Credentials

  • Identification Cards
  • Officially enrolled students must have an identification card validated every enrollment period and must be displayed at the middle portion of the blouse/polo while on campus. Such identification card must bear the signature of the University Registrar and the student. Security guards, student formators, or other persons in authority have the right to ask for the students' ID cards when the need arises. In case a student lost his/her ID card, the student should:
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Identification Cards


Major examinations during regular semesters include the prelims, midterms, and finals and only midterms and finals during summer term. Physical Education, National Service Training Program (NSTP), and Laboratory examinations are administered the week before the regular examination week.

Examination permits are required for every major examination. Such permits are secured from the Accounting Office. Students are expected to come on time during examination days. Consideration may be given to a student who arrives within the first 15 minutes provided that no other student has finished taking the exam.

In case of conflict of examination schedules, examination in General Education (GE) subjects takes priority over major subjects.

Students who fail to take any of the three major examinations may apply for a special examination which faculty members usually administer during the week immediately after the last day of the regular examination schedule. In applying for Special Examination, the students are advised to adhere to the following procedures


Special Examination


A list of vacant rooms is released by the Office of the Registrar. Availability of rooms can also be inquired from the Faculty Attendance Checkers.

For make-up classes, fully-accomplished make-up class forms should be submitted to the Faculty Attendance Checkers three (3) days before actual schedule for proper monitoring. Phone calls regarding this matter will not be entertained.

For other activities, the organizer/s concerned should submit the fully-accomplished Classroom Reservation Form to the Office of the Registrar three (3) days before the actual date of activity.

Agencies / Companies must first send through fax: (046) 4164531 local 3025 / 3027 / 3117, mail or email (registrar@dlsud.edu.ph) a verification letter addressed to:

The University Registrar
De La Salle University-Dasmariñas
Cavite 4115 Philippines
All verified documents shall be claimed personally from the office. Corresponding fees should be paid at Counter 16 (Cashier).

Class List / Class Size
Class list is sent to faculty members via the DLSU-D web mail on specific scheduled date/s. It is also uploaded through the My DLSU-D Portal by the college/department secretary. Faculty members are required to check the COR (stamped "ENROLLED" with date) of the student if his/her name does not appear in the official class list. The class size limits of DLSU-D are as follows:
  1. Lecture classes, maximum class size of 40.
  2. Speech classes, maximum class size of 40.
  3. Laboratory Classes
    Biology, Chemistry, Physics maximum class size is 30.
    COS computer, maximum class size is 25.
    CIH laboratories, maximum size is 45.
Some programs have class size limits set by their respective CMO's (CHED Memorandum Order.)

Article 10 Section 50 of the 1992 MRPS states that the enrollment and class size in every subject of each private school shall be determined by the school taking into account the following:
  1. total absorption capacity of its facilities;
  2. the level of instruction;
  3. the nature of the subject; and
  4. such other factors as may be conducive to the teaching-learning process.

Checking of Faculty Attendance
  1. All communications on faculty attendance, proctoring, and examination schedule should be addressed to the Office of the Registrar. These should be properly endorsed by the Department Chairs and College Deans.
  2. All communications or forms related to schedule of classes, make-up classes, holding of activities, and cancellation of classes due to official activities should be forwarded to the Faculty Attendance Checkers at least a day before the scheduled activity. Late communication will not be entertained.
  3. The filing of substitution form should be done within three (3) days after the scheduled substitution. Late filing of the form shall mean non-endorsement by the checkers.
  4. Only the standard form shall be accepted by the checkers.
  5. Make-up classes should not be scheduled during the University Break, on Saturdays (unless the same students have classes on said day), and during the examination week.
  6. Missed classes due to "no-faculty-assigned" reason shall be made up only by the faculty to which this load is assigned.
  7. The organizers concerned should furnish the checkers copies of memos relative to students' activities (which entail cancellation of classes) at least the day before the schedule.
  8. Holding of off-campus activity forms should be forwarded to the checkers at least a day before the schedule.
  9. In holding make-up classes, no two classes should be merged to maintain quality of instruction.
  10. Holding of activities such as film viewing, library work, or any extra classroom activity is not credited in lieu of make-up class.

When holding research activities in lieu of classes, faculty members should accomplish the form: Holding of Activities/Research Day In Lieu of Classes.

The Faculty Attendance Checker
  1. is authorized to dismiss a class should the faculty fail to come within the prescribed waiting time as follows:
    • after 15 minutes, in a 60-minute class
    • after 25 minutes, in a 90-minute class
    • after 35 minutes, in a 120-minute class
    • after 45 minutes, in a 180-minute class
  2. The faculty will also be marked "absent" if he/she fails to come within the prescribed waiting time.
  3. marks a faculty "absent" even if he/she has been substituted by another faculty because the former did not meet the class himself/herself. A faculty substitute is paid for his/her extra work but his/her tardiness is recorded against him/her.
  4. Also reports Early Dismissal with corresponding minutes, as in the procedure of tardiness. Classes are expected to begin and end on time. (Faculty Handbook, June 1990, pp.5-7)

Make-up classes for tardiness/early dismissal shall be based on the number of minutes reported by the Faculty Attendance Checker.

Reservation of Classrooms
A list of vacant rooms is released by the Office of the Registrar. Availability of rooms can also be inquired from the Faculty Attendance Checkers.

For make-up classes, fully-accomplished make-up class forms should be submitted to the Faculty Attendance Checkers three (3) days before actual schedule for proper monitoring. Phone calls regarding this matter will not be entertained.

For other activities, the organizer/s concerned should submit the fully-accomplished Classroom Reservation Form to the Office of the Registrar three (3) days before the actual date of activity.

Make-Up Classes Make-up classes for tardiness/early dismissal shall be based on the number of minutes reported by the Faculty Attendance Checker.
    Guidelines on Substitution and Make-up Class
  1. For absence due to sickness or emergency situation, the faculty member should personally notify the department chair and/or college dean about the absence at least one hour before his/her first class. S/He should also inform the chair/dean of the activities/lesson for the day. The chair/dean will then assign a faculty substitute from the pool of faculty teaching the same subject. Make up class will have to be conducted if the faculty fails to notify the department chair/college dean about his/her absence or if no faculty substitute is available.
  2. For the absence of faculty teaching laboratory subjects, the class will be handled by a substitute faculty if there is an available one or the partner faculty will absorb the class if there is no available substitute faculty member. In this case, the partner faculty will receive points for community service.
  3. Full-time faculty members will be prioritized as substitute teachers. Substitute teachers will not merely serve as class overseers but also teachers who deliver lectures and facilitate the class activity assigned for the day.
  4. Substitute faculty will not be allowed to give scheduled quizzes or long tests, as well as during scheduled alternative activities like film viewing.
  5. For official business of three (3) days or less, the faculty concerned should conduct advance or make up classes. Faculty substitution is not allowed.
  6. For official business of more than three (3) days, faculty substitution is allowed on the fourth day.
  7. For the absence of part-time faculty except in the graduate school, substitute teacher should be assigned by the chair/dean.

Online Submission of Grades
All faculty members should submit his/her grades online using the My DLSU-D portal.

Final grades should be submitted in Grade Point (e.g. 4.00, etc.), prelim and midterm grades in percentage (e.g. 85.23 %).
  1. There will be no dropdown menu for the grades, just key in the corresponding grades.
  2. Show computation of grades only when students have questions about the grade they received. However, examination permits should be presented before doing this.
  3. Prelim and midterm grades may be changed without submitting the Change of Grade Form.
  4. Prelim grades may be changed before the deadline for submission of midterm grades. Likewise, midterm grades may be changed before the deadline for submission of final grades.
  5. Prelim and midterm grades will be available in the portal during the current semester only.
Special Report of Grades
Faculty members who will submit IN PROGRESS in lieu of a grade is given one week to turn in their Special Report of Grades. Any special report of grades received beyond the specified date has to have an explanation letter attached to it.

The faculty who handled the subject shall be the one to file the Special Report of Grades. The Special Report of Grades must be signed by the faculty and endorsed by the department chair and dean.
  1. The faculty submits the form together with the computation of grade to the Office of the Registrar for approval.
  2. The records verifier shall update the grades of the students in the database after the approval of the University Registrar.

Enrollment Matters
A student is considered officially enrolled after he/she has made full payment or initial payment as mandated by the Accounting Office and has the pink and yellow copies of his/her Certificate of Registration kept by Counter 16 (Cashier) or Counter 12. The original copy of registration form will be given to the student.
  • A student cannot make any modifications or new transactions if he/she has not completed transaction one (1), which means payment of fees.
  • Students are only allowed up to the third transaction to change their schedules. In excess of this, the student shall fill out an Enrollment Transaction Request Form indicating his/her reason(s) why he/she is having a fourth transaction. His/her letter is still subject to the University Registrar's approval. Once approved, a corresponding fee shall be paid.
  • A student with unpaid balance or old account is not allowed to enroll if he/she is not cleared by the Accounting Office.
  • A foreign student shall be put on hold and shall only be cleared upon presentation of his/her certificate of eligibility to enroll.
Academic Load
Regular academic load per semester should not exceed the number of units prescribed in the approved curriculum. During the summer term, a student can enroll up to a maximum load of nine (9) units.

Curriculum Flowchart
Students maintain a curriculum flowchart where they record their grades every end of the semester and/or summer. An Online Curriculum flowchart is available once the student activates his/her DLSU-D Web Portal account.

  • Pre-requisite
    A pre-requisite is a subject that should be taken ahead of another subject, e.g. ENGL100 should be taken ahead of all other English subjects.

  • Co-requisite
    A co-requisite is a subject that should be taken simultaneously with another subject even if grades are given separately, e.g. ARCH111 should be taken simultaneously with ARCH111L.

  • Required (NSTP, PE, INTRO, Laboratory)
    All Filipino students are required to complete the following:
    1. six (6) units of National Service Training Program (NSTP). NSTP subjects should be completed at the end of first semester of the second curriculum;
    2. eight (8) units of Physical Education (PE) subjects until the end of second semester of the second curriculum year; and
    3. Introduction to La Salle (INTRO01 and INTRO02).
A maximum of two (2) laboratory subjects per semester are allowed for five-unit subjects, while a maximum of three (3) laboratory subjects are allowed for four-unit subjects. Laboratory subjects that are paired with an academic subject should be taken during the same semester as the academic subject even if separate grades are given to both.

Online Enrollment Procedures

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  1. A student who wishes to cross-enroll in another school seeks the endorsement of the college dean.
  2. The Registrar approves the cross-enrollment and releases the permit. The cross-enrollment slip should be properly filled out.
  3. A student is allowed to cross-enroll in another school only on the following conditions:
    • the student is graduating during the current semester or summer term;
    • the subject to be cross-enrolled is not offered at DLSU-D and has the same description and number of units as that offered in another school; and
    • the school where the students will enroll is accredited and at par with the quality of education that DLSU-D is known for.
Petition Class
Students may petition for a subject to be opened based on the following reasons:
  1. It is not offered in the current semester.
  2. It is offered but all sections are closed.
Students may download the Petition Form from the Online Enrollment Link. They may post the form at the college or department handling the said subject. The College Dean/Department Chair will approve to open the petition class based on:
  • a. The number of signatories in the Petition form is at least 25.
  • b. If there is available faculty to handle the subject.
  • c. There is an available classroom for the suggested time and day/s.

Shifting to Another Course/Curriculum
A student may be allowed to change or recommended to change to another curriculum. This is termed as shifting and this must be filed at least two (2) weeks before enrollment.

Tutorial Class
A student who is graduating on his/her last term may file for a tutorial class on the following conditions:
  1. The subject to be enrolled is not offered in the current semester.
  2. If the subject is offered, it is either in conflict with his/her schedule or all sections are closed.
A maximum of two tutorial classes are allowed for graduating students to enroll in. The number of tutorial forms to be accomplished is based on the number of tutorial class to be enrolled. Tutorial forms are distributed by the Office of the Registrar during the Enrollment Period through the Records Evaluator.
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Tutorial Class

Withdrawal of Enrollment
Students currently enrolled in DLSU-D who wish to withdraw their enrollment, effectively ending their status as matriculated students, must seek a dropping form from the Office of the Registrar. An appointment should be made with the Associate Dean to have an exit interview and to complete the required form. "Claims for refunds are made according to the memorandum from the Commission on Higher Education. Also, refer to the Manual of Regulations for Private Schools Art. 13 Students Admissions, Sec 66. The student will be charged based on the total assessment using the following rates:
10% If the student drops during the 1st week of classes
20% If the student drops during the 2nd week of classes
100% If the student drops after the 2nd week of classes

Leave of Absence
A student, who for any reason cannot enroll at any semester, should file a Leave of Absence (LOA) at the office of the college dean. Such leave of absence is good for a maximum of one year. If the student failed to enroll within the allowable period, his/her slot will be given to a student who wishes to be in the program.

A student may file a leave of absence (LOA) even after the deadline for dropping a course if the absence is due to serious illness, serious or debilitating accident, pregnancy, or serious financial losses of the family.

Such Leave of Absence should be approved by the dean, upon presentation of sufficient proof by the parents or guardian. Such parents or guardian should personally present the case to the college dean/associate dean. The college dean/associate dean will provide a form to the parents or guardian.

Once the form is approved by the college dean, the parent or guardian shall accomplish the Dropping Form that can be obtained at the Office of the Registrar or can be downloaded. Consequently, the grade of "OD" (Officially Dropped) will be reflected in all the subjects for that given semester/summer. (Faculty Handbook, June 1990, p. 4)

A student who is officially under LOA is not allowed to enroll in any other degree program in any school or HEI. A student may be granted a maximum of only two (2) LOA's (CEAP Registrar Manual 2009, p. 46).

Filing of LOA will be done until the end of the midterm period. If a student does not file an LOA within the specified period, his/her status will be considered Absence Without Leave (AWOL). AWOL students will be fined upon their return.

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On Graduation
    Graduation Requirements

    The Office of the Registrar releases tentative candidates for graduation with corresponding deficiencies of some candidates two (2) months before the last day of enrollment. The second and last tentative list of candidates is released in February. During the graduation rites, the list contained in the graduation invitation is still tentative and the university reserves the right to withdraw or add names.

    No student shall be recommended for graduation unless the student has complied with all the requirements and other prerequisites prescribed for graduation, that is:
  1. the student has passed all the subjects specified in the curriculum of his/ her degree program; and
  2. the student has formally applied for graduation.

  3. Appeal for inclusion in the graduation rites shall be done three (3) days after the deadline of the online submission of grades.
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Honors and Awards
Students who have maintained the required academic standards may be recommended by the Honors and Awards Committee for graduation with honors.
  1. In order to graduate with honors, students must not have grades below 3.0 in all academic subjects taken in and out the university.
  2. They must have earned 75% of the total credits in the university. Therefore, a student in a four-year course must have enrolled in the school at least since his/her sophomore year to comply with this requirement. Students who took only the last two curriculum years in the school are not eligible for Latin Honors (Sarmiento, U; 2009).
  3. Grades in National Service Training Program and INTRO subjects are not considered in the computation of the GPA but should all be PASSED.
    Latin Honors
    Cum Laude means "with distinction" and denotes a college student's high scholastic achievement. The honor is indicated on the student's degree/diploma. There are two other cum laude levels: magna cum laude or "with great distinction," and summa cum laude or "with greatest distinction." Latin honors are based solely on scholastic performance and should properly apply to graduates who are conferred with a formal college or post graduate degrees (Sarmiento,U;2009).

    The Grade Point Average (GPA) of graduating students refers to the cumulative GPA. The following cumulative GPA requirements apply to students graduating with honors for degree courses:
Honors GPA
Summa Cum Laude 3.76 4.00
Magna Cum Laude 3.51 3.75
Cum Laude 3.26 3.50
For non-degree courses, graduating students who meet the requirements are given the following honors:
Honors GPA
With Excellent Distinction 3.76 4.00
With Marked Distinction 3.51 3.75
With Distinction 3.26 3.50
Grades in all subjects in the program enrolled in the university shall be considered in the computation of the GPA. For transferee students, their grades in the previous school/s will also be included.

Retention Policy
A student who accumulates 24 academic units of failures at the end of the semester of any school year is considered ineligible to enroll in the succeeding semester. However, if there were only 48 academic units left before graduation, the student would still be allowed to enroll provided a deloading of three (3) academic units is made to allow for a better academic performance during the semester.

The corresponding units of subjects retaken and then passed with a grade of 2.00 or better shall be deducted from the accumulated units of failures. The failing mark however, will still appear in the official transcript of records.

Student Clearance
Clearance is required of a student who is either graduating or dropping from the course anytime during the school year or the semester or transferring to another school. Students should be cleared from all financial obligations and administrative accountabilities from the different units of the university before documents such as diploma, transcript of records, certification, transfer credential and other similar record is issued.
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Student Clearance


At the end of every semester, the academic performance of the students shall be computed using the Absolute Grading System.

Grade Point Percentage
4.0 98-100
3.75 95-97
3.50 92-94
3.25 89-91
3.00 86-88
2.75 83-85
2.50 80-82
2.25 77-79
2.00 74-76
1.75 71-73
1.50 68-70
1.25 64-67
1.00 60-63
0.00 Below 60
N.C. No Credit
O.D. Officially Dropped

Neither a passed nor a failed grade influences the Grade Point Average. Credit is awarded for a passed grade; no credit for failed.

  1. Students are marked Officially Dropped (O.D.) if they followed the dropping procedure prescribed by the Office of the Registrar. They are given N.C. if the students' names appear in the class list but failed to show up in class.
  2. A grade of 0.00 (Failed) is given for the following reasons:
    1. Inability to satisfy the minimum requirements of the subject/s
    2. Excessive absences
    3. Cheating
  3. The approved form for dropping a subject should be presented by the student to his professor/instructor. Otherwise, the student shall be given a grade of 0.00.
Change of Grades
All subject grades are considered to be final and permanent. It is expected that subject faculty will determine and report final grades as accurate and precise as far as the evaluation of student performance and the grading system will permit.

Notwithstanding all precautions, faculty members can make error. When this occurs, the error should be corrected. The appropriate form must be completed and sent to the department chair together with the Minutes of Committee meeting who deliberated on the matter. The dean of the college where the subject was taught may approve/disapprove the request indicating in writing the reason why. Only the subject faculty can submit a grade change request to the Office of the Registrar.
    Procedure for Application for Change of Grades
  1. Faculty who handled the subject shall be the one to file the application for Change of Grades.
    • The Application for the Change of Grades must be signed by the faculty and endorsed by the Department Chair and Dean. The faculty submits the form to the Office of the Registrar for approval.
    • The records verifier shall update the grades of the students in the database after the approval of the University Registrar.
  2. Minutes of meeting of deliberation by the committee members (with their signatures) concerned shall be attached to the application for Change of Grades Form upon submission to the Office of the Registrar. A uniform format shall be followed.
  3. A copy of the computation of grades, with signature of the concerned faculty member, should also be submitted together with the Change of Grade Form.
Grade Point Average (GPA)
  1. Only grades in academic courses are included in the computation of the semestral grade point average (GPA) or the cumulative grade point average (cumGPA). The semestral GPA refers to the average of grades in all academic courses taken at the university in a given semester whereas the cumGPA refers to the weighted average of grades from the first semester to the recently completed semester.
  2. The GPA may be obtained through the following procedures:
    • multiply the credit for each course by the corresponding grade point to get the equivalent points;
    • add all the equivalent points to get the total; and
    • divide the total equivalent points by the total number of credit units during the semester up to three decimal places, then, round off to two decimal places.
The GPA and the cumulative GPA are computed up to three (3) decimal places only. The third decimal place is automatically dropped after rounding off. No rounding off of numbers is allowed thereafter.
Courses Grade Points Credit Units Equivalent Points
SOCS106 3.25 3 9.75
MATH111 2.75 3 8.25
ENGL101K 3.50 3 10.50
SOSC102 3.00 3 9.00
PHLO103 2.50 3 7.50
FILI101 3.50 3 10.50
TOTAL 18 55.50
GPA = Total Grade Points/Total Credit Units = 55.50/18 = 3.08
  1. All college subjects enrolled and corresponding grades obtained by the student at DLSU-D or any postsecondary school shall be reflected in the official transcript of records. All grades shall be considered in the computation of the overall GPA.
  2. If a student's grade is not entered online by the professor/subject faculty to the Office of the Registrar because the student failed to take the final examination and/or accomplish other work/task prescribed for the course, his/her grade automatically becomes 0.00 two (2) weeks after the last day of the final special examination schedule.

Student Forms Download
Application for Tutorial Class pdf
Clearance for Students pdf
Shifting Course pdf
Special Exam Request pdf
Advising pdf
Government Forms for Foreign Students Download
Citizenship retention & re-acquisition form for foreign students pdf
Personal history and Statement Form pdf
Visa Extension pdf
Faculty Forms Download
Major Exam Schedule pdf
Make-Up Class pdf
Faculty Substitution pdf
Swapping of Proctoring Schedule pdf
Cancellation of Major Examination Schedule pdf
Change of Schedule of Classes/Room Transfer Notice pdf
Holding of Activities in Lieu of Classes pdf
Classroom Reservation pdf
Application of Change of Grades pdf
Special Report of Grades pdf

Policies / Procedures Download
Online Major Exam Scheduling Procedure pdf

  1. What are the requirements for enrollment?
  2. Accomplish your pre-registration form/advising form and attach the Final examination permit or clearance from the Accounting Office. For advance enrollment, give an explanation letter endorsed by your respective College Dean.
  3. Until when can I pay my tuition fee?
  4. You can pay your tuition fee on or before the cut off date indicated below your registration form.
  5. Can I enroll in a subject and its pre-requisite in one semester?
  6. No. The pre-requisite will have to be finished first.
  7. Can I enroll in a subject though I have not yet taken up its pre-requisite?
  8. Definitely not. Subjects which have pre-requisite should be taken sequentially.
  9. Where do I verify my submitted documents?
  10. Verification may be done with the Admissions Office since it is in charge of the receipt of entry requirements.
  11. What must I do if there is a discrepancy of grades reflected in the student class cards and those in the registrar's file?
  12. Our records are deemed official unless the faculty members concerned file an application for a change of grades. Students who have this problem are advised to confer with their professors.
  13. What should I do if my name is not included in the class list?
  14. You may refer this concern to the secretary of your professor's department to check the updated class list. Otherwise, they can visit the Registrar's Office for inquiry.


Office of the University Registrar
Gregoria Montoya Hall
DLSU - Dasmariñas
Cavite, Philippines 4115

For questions and inquiries:
email the Registrar Secretariat

Cavite +63 (46) 481.1900 local 3025
Manila +63 (2) 779.5180