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This section presents the admission requirements of the University of San Jose-Recoletos. You may go directly to a specific course requirement by selecting the type of student you are. SECTION 1 - DECLARATION OF ADMISSION POLICY
The University of San Jose-Recoletos is open to students who meet its academic standards and who are personally qualified to acquire a formal education, and willing to abide by the rules and ideas of the institution. Freshmen
Admission requirements vary with the status of the prospective student and the program in which he desires to enroll. University of San Jose-Recoletos reserves the right not to accept any applicant whose qualifications do not meet the standards and requirements of the program in which he desires to enroll. Complete details of each program's requirements are available in the offices of all colleges / departments concerned. The following documents, records, and forms are required of each enrollee for proper evaluation of his qualification based on his classification. Each college / department may require additional documents other than those specified below.
Freshmen are high school graduates enrolling in college for the first time. At the time of enrolment, a freshman must submit his high school report card (Form 138) duly certified by the Principal, and the original copy of his NSAT result. Transferee
Students who do not reach the cut-off score of the department concerned are required to take entrance examinations.
Transfer students are those who wish to enroll in the University after having been enrolled in college course at another institution. At the time of enrollment, a transferee must submit the following credentials:
A certificate of transfer credentials from the school last attended. Birth Certificate. Certified Photocopy of the NCEE results if not reflected in any other document submitted. Photocopy of high school card. An informative copy of his transcript of records which should include the descriptive title of the subjects taken, the number of units and the grades earned. Certificate of good moral character. University's Special Admission Committee (SAC) clearance.