Admissions

Admission Guidelines and Requirement

 

FEU Cavite College Admission Test (FEUCCAT)

FEU Cavite Students

Completers of Grade 12 at FEU Cavite Senior High School (SHS) department are exempted from taking the FEU Cavite College Admission Test (FEUCCAT).

Non-FEU Cavite Students

Completers of Grade 12 from other educational institutions will take the FEUCCAT Test as part of admissions requirements.

The following types of students may take the FEUCCAT for free:

  • Honor students (Valedictorian, Salutatorian, 1st to 10th Honorable Mentions)
  • Top 10 scholars of:
  • Local Government Units in Cavite
  • Department of Science and Technology
  • Public and private schools’ association in Cavite

Freshmen Application Procedure (Filipinos)

Applicants must pass the FEU Cavite College Admission Test (FEUCCAT) and submit the following documents for evaluation:

  • Original Form 138 (4th year High School Report Card) or equivalent documents such as Permanent Record Card, Transcript of Student Progress, Certificate of Secondary Completion, PEPT Record, GED Certificate, Certificate of High School Equivalence, etc.
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Birth Certificate (NSO Copy)
  • Two passport-size colored photos

Freshmen Application Procedure (International Students)

Applicants must pass the FEU Cavite College Admission Test (FEUCCAT) and the INTELLAC English Proficiency Test, and submit the following documents for evaluation:

  • Original Certified Copy of School Record or equivalent documents such as Permanent Record Card, Transcript of Student Progress, Certificate of Secondary Completion, GED Certificate, Certificate of High School Equivalence, etc. duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consular Office
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Birth Certificate
  • Two passport-size colored photos
  • Medical Certificate
  • Photocopy of passport and Alien Certificate of Registration
  • Copy of Student Visa (for those 18 years and above)

Application Procedure (Transferees)

Applicants or students from other higher educational institutions duly admitted to FEU Cavite must pass the FEU Cavite College Admission Test (FEUCCAT), have a GWA of at least 2.50, and have no failing grades in the subjects of the curricular program being applied for.

They must also submit the following documents for evaluation:

  • Honorable dismissal
  • Transcript of record or Scholastic record
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Birth Certificate
  • Two colored 2×2 ID photos

Application Procedure (Re-enrollees/Returning Students)

All students are subjected to the Retention policy of the school. If they do not qualify but still wish to continue, they must repeat all subjects except PE and NSTP.

Re-enrollees must submit the following:

  • Official copy of grades and credited evaluation from the Program Coordinator
  • Clearance from Accounting/Dean’s Office

Application for re-admission

Freshmen Scholarships and Discounts
       

The Higher Education Department (HED) offers different types of scholarships and discounts. To avail the scholarship grants and discounts, the students must apply.  The Scholarship and Financial Assistance (SFA) Committee releases the list of qualified scholars based on available slots.

Entrance Scholarship
Senior High School Valedictorian • Full exemption (100%) on basic tuition per semester for two
(2) successive semesters provided that there is no failure in any subject
Senior High School Salutatorian •Partial exemption (75%) on basic tuition per semester for two (2) successive semesters provided that there is no failure in any subject.
Senior High School 1st to 3rd Honorable Mentions •Partial exemption (50%) on basic tuition per semester for two (2) successive semesters provided that there is no failure in any subject
Senior High School 4th to 10th Honorable Mentions •Partial exemption (25%) on basic tuition per semester for two (2) successive semesters provided that there is no failure in any subject
Entrance Merit Scholarship
Full Merit Scholarship • 95-99% FEUCCAT score
• Senior High School GWA of 90 and above
• Full exemption (100%) on basic tuition
• 1st semester only
Partial Merit Scholarship • 90-94% FEUCCAT score
• Senior High School GWA of 90
• Partial exemption (50%) on basic tuition
• 1st semester only

Tuition Discount

Loyalty Discount
G7-H Loyalty Discount For FEU Cavite students who started in G7 • 50% discount on basic tuition
• 1st semester only
G11-H Loyalty Discount For FEU Cavite students who started in G11 • 25% discount on basic tuitionb
• 1st semester only
G1-H Loyalty Discount For FEU Cavite students who started in G1 • 100% discount on basic tuition
• 1st semester only
Other Discounts
Sibling Discount • 15% discount on basic tuition
• Requirement:
    o Photocopy of NSO Birth certificate of each of the sibling and relevant documents
    o Present original copy of NSO Birth Certificate
    o Applicable up to 3 younger siblings
Cash Discount • 5% on total fees
• Requirement:
     o Students pay in full both the tuition and miscellaneous fees
Person With Disability (PWD)   PD 577 • 20% discount on basic tuition
• Requirement:
    o PWD ID

CHED Policy

Memorandum Order No. 10, series of 2017:

“Policy on Students Affected by the Implementation of the K-to-12 Program

and the New General Education Curriculum”

In the exercise of the HEIs academic freedom, the applicant students may enroll in any higher education program subject to the admission requirements of the admitting HEI.

Category 2: High school graduates of the old basic education curriculum intending to enroll by June 2018

Students who graduated in high school on or before June 2016 may enroll in HEIS as first year college students under the new higher education curricula.

However, to ensure college readiness of the students enrolling under the new higher education curricula, the admitting HEIs may require bridging programs for the general education component.

Category 3: First year, second year, third year, fourth year, fifth year, or sixth year college students under the old higher education curricula who stopped schooling and intend to re-enroll by June 2018

These students may re-enroll in any HEI which shall be offering the new higher education curricula subject to admission requirements of the admitting HEI.

However, since the new higher education curricula includes new general education curriculum:

a. ) The HEI has the option to give the students bridging program or require the students to enroll the courses under the new GEC.

b. ) For professional or major subjects taken by the students other than GE, HEIs may implement their own requirements or policy for crediting.