Revolutionizing formal education in time of a pandemic is the direction the University of San Jose – Recoletos (USJ-R) is taking in order to reach the learners during these difficult times.
A flexible learning scheme which works online and offline will be implemented in Academic Year 2020-2021. This move has been taken in order to adapt to the new normal – a setup where students can continue their formal education while staying safe at the comforts of their homes.
To help you, we have put in one place all you need to know about the new academic year.
The University adopts a Modified Hybrid Learning Approach. This has two models namely synchronous and asynchronous. The first model means having real-time activities like video conferencing while the other means having activities that students can do offline at their own pace.
This new approach has been implemented starting with the senior high school and college students of summer 2020.
So we all get on the same boat, we made primers so you can understand better our new learning approach.
USJ-R Elementary Flexible Learning Primer
USJ-R Junior High School Flexible Learning Primer
USJ-R Senior High Flexible Learning Primer
USJ-R Flexible Learning Primer for College Students
The University of San Jose-Recoletos offers a variety of programs from the basic education level up to graduate school. Click here to browse our offerings.
A student applicant enrolling in USJ-R for the first time
Examples: Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 7, Grade 11 and first year college
An applicant who once studied in USJ-R and temporarily stopped for at least one semester or one school year
*NOTE: S/he wants to enroll again but has never enrolled in any other school
An applicant who wants to enroll in USJ-R after having been enrolled in another school
Examples: Grades 2 to 10, college students from other schools
A student of USJ-R who is previously enrolled in USJ-R during the immediate preceding semester
A student of USJ-R who is previously enrolled in USJ-R during the immediate preceding semester and wants to change his or her degree program
1st semester ( AY 2020-2021)
|Classification||Kindergarten||Elementary(Grade 1 – 6)||Junior High (Grade 7-10)||Senior High (Grade 11 & 12)||College||Graduate School||ETEEAP|
|Continuing Student||June 16||June 16||June 16||June 26||August 3||August 1||November 4|
|New Student||June 24||June 24||June 24||June 26||July 1||August 1|
|Transferee||June 24||June 24||June 24||June 26||July 1||August 1|
|Shiftee||–||–||–||June 26||August 3||August 1|
|Returnee||June 24||June 24||June 24||June 26||July 1||August 1|
2nd semester ( AY 2020-2021)
|Classification||Senior High (Grade 11 & 12)||College|
|Continuing Student||January 4||January 7|
|New Student||January 4||January 7|
|Transferee||January 4||January 7|
|Shiftee||January 4||January 7|
|Returnee||January 4||January 7|
*Check out our Facebook posts for the detailed schedule.
NOTE: Transferees and returnees must first send a message to schedule an interview with our special admissions committee. Send a message stating your name, contact details, and intention to apply. Click below to reach:
Student Affairs Office for college transferees
Prefect of Discipline for senior high transferees
With the pandemic in mind, the University will not conduct entrance examinations. The student applicants will be evaluated based on their credentials primarily the report card and good moral certificate.
Continuing students can directly enroll using their Student Information Service (SIS) accounts. Please be advised the enrollment button (located on the left navigation bar) will only be available on the scheduled dates for enrollment.
At present, only the enrollment for continuing students in the basic education level is ongoing. There is no schedule yet for returnees, shiftees, and continuing college students.
Click our guides below to learn what to prepare and how to enroll for Academic Year 2020-2021:
Enrollment guide for new elementary students
Enrollment guide for new junior high students
Enrollment guide for new senior high students
Enrollment guide for new college students
Enrollment guide for continuing elementary students
Enrollment guide for continuing junior high students
Enrollment guide for continuing senior high students
Enrollment guide for continuing college students
Enrollment guide for elementary transferees
Enrollment guide for junior high transferees
Enrollment guide for senior high transferees
Enrollment guide for college transferees
*Transferees must schedule an interview first
Enrollment guide for graduate school students (masters and doctorate)
The new school year for the basic education level is set to start on August 10, 2020. The college level starts on August 14, 2020.
For the senior high school and college level, classes will start on January 14, 2021.
Click the department name you wish to reach online.
Basic Education Level
Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Center
Recoletos Industrial and Technological Training Center
To reach our other offices, click here for the full directory.
The University has launched #REACH4You as the hashtag for this initiative. To “REACH” means:
R – Redefining academic excellence
E – Enriching quality teaching
A – Achieving sustainable learning
C – Championing peer-to-peer collaboration
H – Honing lifelong skill set
To get everyone on board, the basic education departments and colleges released their respective primers which serves as a guide how the new learning modality works.
USJ-R partnered with different learning management system (LMS) providers to be able to reach the learners who are at home. The colleges will be using the Adelante LMS through the Brightspace app. The Elementary, Junior High, and Senior High Departments will be using Genyo, Aralinks, and Quipper respectively.
The data stated above is accurate as of January 6, 2021.
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